Olga appeared on City TV’s Breakfast Television with Simi Sara on Monday 30 January 2006 (4 min 45 sec).
Olga was one of the presenters at the eWomen Network’s Women and Words Conference in Coquitlam, BC, Canada on 29+30 April 2011. She spoke about the dynamics involved in attracting a publisher and gaining visibility. An empowerment coach as well as an author, Olga included practical processes for identifying and transforming the negative programming that prevents us from having the love, money, success, ease and fulfillment we seek. Elaine Cougler kindly wrote about Olga’s presentation in her blog.
Olga was interviewed by Mary d’Arbey Byrne on the Health and Spiritual Well-being Show, Radio Dublin South 93.9FM, on 23 January 2010.
Interview with Mona McLelland on Destiny Threads, Blogtalkradio, on 3 February 2010. How to create healthy relationships, financial prosperity and greater personal fulfillment.
Olga talks with Andy Kaplan on MediaMensch, Blogtalkradio about her book, Fit for Love, and the world of subconscious programming.
Olga talks to Blogtalkradio host Tia Carr Williams, CEO of Relationship Capital Institute, about the power and purpose of subconscious programming, and what we can do in the face of personal challenges and economic crises.
Are you fit for love? Olga Sheean has an in-depth discussion with broadcaster Allan Hunkin, about her book, Fit for Love—find your self and your perfect mate (25 mins).
Olga Sheean discusses the economy, self-responsibility and personal empowerment in relation to recessionary times. How we can change our circumstances for the better, and a look at the potential for the Obama presidency.
In a series of video interviews with Lewis Evans, Olga explores relationships, personal empowerment and more, in relation to everyday issues facing individuals and society.
Empowerment in a recession
What your body is telling you
Solving the human puzzle
Finding the greater power
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