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Benefits of Loving Out Loud

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: Whether it's complimenting the cashier at the grocery store on her earrings or saying thank you to your restaurant server, verbalizing your recognition of someone else can be very powerful.
Air Date: 12/31/19
Duration: 35:04
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Robyn Spizman, Author
Robyn Spizman is the author of Loving Out Loud. She is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling author and popular keynote speaker who has appeared in the media for over three decades, including NBC’s Today show more than 30 times. She lives in Atlanta.
  • Book Title: Loving Out Loud
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/robyn.spizman.7
  • Guest Twitter Account: @RobynSpizman
Benefits of Loving Out Loud
What does it mean to "love out loud"? It's much more than simply saying "I love you."

Robyn Spizman describes loving out loud as harnessing the power of a kind word. Whether it's complimenting the cashier at the grocery store on her earrings or saying thank you to your restaurant server, verbalizing your recognition of someone else can be very powerful -- for both the recipient and you. 

Her book, Loving Out Loud: The Power of a Kind Word, explains why you have the power to make a positive impact on someone’s day, every day -- and that it isn’t nearly as hard as you may think. It also helps improve your own negative self-talk. 

Listen as Robyn joins host Lisa Davis to share insights from the book, tips for loving out loud, and how you can be an active participant in a movement toward a kinder, more engaged community.
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