Sue London & GET INSPIRED RADIO presents…The Banker Who Saved His Soul

Sue London & GET INSPIRED RADIO presents…
with radio guest Baldo Minaudo
Wednesday January 26
11:00 am EST

‘The Banker Who Saved His Soul’ is about author, Baldo Minaudo’s real life journey as a banker. It describes the entrepreneurs, employees and interesting situations he found himself in, putting them into various contexts. It provides some insight into how entrepreneurs behave, banks (and corporations in general) operate and how the banker (and management) thinks.

To learn more about author Baldo Minaudo and his book please visit and

Tune into at 11:00 am EST and get inspired! Phone your questions in to (646) 929-0076 and press 1 to speak to the host. Chat lines open during the show. Can’t make the live show? Tune into the archived segment and listen at your convenience.This show will also be found archived on iTunes podcasts.


Each month you will have the opportunity to win a product or service that will help you create the life you desire!
January Contest Details

Looking for inspiration and insight? Purchase a copy of Sue London’s adult / teen / or children books either hard copy or ebook version and have internationally known Psychic Bonnie Ross answer one of your questions through email.
Purchase your books at  For every book you purchase, gives you an opportunity to ask Psychic Bonnie Ross your questions.

Visit or to learn more about Bonnie. Check out the radio segments with Bonnie archived on GET INSPIR ED RADIO. Bonnie will appear on Sue’s show again February 23, March 30 and April 27 2011.

Contest closes JANUARY 31 2011

Meet Sue in person:
Wednesday, March 9th 6:30 PM

Online training with Sue


How would you like to win a product or service that will help you create the life you desire? Each month a new prize will be awarded. Winner will be announced on GET INSPIRED RADIO…


Looking for hope, inspiration and insight? Purchase a copy of Sue London’s adult / teen / children books either hard copy or ebook version and have your name entered into a draw to win a prize that will help you create the life you desire.

Purchase your books at  For every book purchased allows you another chance to win! Purchase 3 books, get 3 opportunities to win the contest!

Details about Sue’s inspiring books….


Sue London stared blankly at the ceiling of her Doctor’s office thinking, “Why me?” Sue had just been told that she had Crohn’s disease. After years of coping with this disease and other difficulties in her life, she was rushed to the hospital and the Doctor predicted that she was just 30 minutes from death. Sue survived. Following this dramatic event she began to take pro-active steps to health and happiness. Sue weaves in her true-life experiences with relationship issues; self-esteem challenges, back-to-back health threats and coping with the fear of death in this inspiring story of handling curveballs from every angle. Sue wrote “Soar Above It All” to help people understand that they can do something to change their lives for the better even if they believe that they are facing insurmountable challenges or illnesses. Finding inner strength and courage to rise above any unpleasant situation is achievable for everyone if they truly want to overcome adversity in their lives. Read “Soar Above It All” to find out how.

What others are saying about “Soar Above it All”….

“Hello Sue,Thank you for contacting the Crohn’s and Colits Foundation of Canada.Congratulations on the publication of your book. We are sure it will accomplish exactly what you want it to – to provide comfort and inspiration to many. All the best!” -Carina Vincent,National Publications Coordinator, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada 

“When I see the title, “Soar Above it All”, I picture an eagle gliding high above the turmoil of the earth below. That is exactly what Sue’s story is about. In this book, she bravely faces her past and all of its trials and tribulations and comes out of the darkness to soar above it all. Read the book, share the story with others, and help Sue to spread her light.” – Judy Suke, motivational humorist

Sue London’s book, “Soar Above it All” is her life story. It is a story of triumph over illness, abuse, disease and divorce. This book will help people move forward in their lives, heal and become successful survivors of life’s many challenges.”-Lloyd Oliver, Psychic and Life Coach

“Sue London generously shares her personal story of pain and the resulting growth she has experienced in her clear and compelling writing style. Sue’s story has the power to help all of us overcome adversities and to follow our hearts- even through challenging times.”-Louise Paterson, Editor, SNAP BURLINGTON INC.

“Sue London’s life story, “Soar Above It All”, is a great book. I connected with the book on many levels such as the events that happened during her childhood. I find this book comforting in the way it shows that other people have gone through similar situations. This is a great book for people of every age to read as everyone will be able to relate to at least one of the situations in her life.”
– Nikki D., grade 12 student

The Rocky’s Journey Children’s Book Series

Sue writes children’s books based on true-life experiences she enjoyed with her dog Rocky. Her stories of Rocky remind us of the importance of unconditional love and the role it plays in life’s many tragedies.


Rocky takes readers with him on his trips to the hospital, department stores and other places where his comforting and therapeutic nature made a difference in the lives of people that he encountered that day – whether it was a smile or a much needed hug. The tales in the story demonstrate that a dog is truly a person’s best friend.


Rocky provides messages to inspire children of all ages to keep positive and to never give up hope, even if they are sad or frightened. The encouraging affirmations contained in this book are relayed in easy to understand words to make the messages for children simple to remember and put into action when interacting with the people in their lives.

What others are saying about “Rocky’s Journey Series”….

“Sue London’s books are filled with wisdom we can all learn from. Surviving is not about living forever, as Rocky teaches us, but it is about living life fully in the moment.” –Dr. Bernie Siegel, MD, Author of Love Medicine & Miracles.

So what are you waiting for purchase your books at  

Details on your prize… Valued at $125.00

You can win a FREE one hour phone reading with internationally known gifted Psychic Bonnie Ross.  Get direction in your life! Feel hopeful, enlightened and guided in a positive direction! 

 Visit or to learn more about Bonnie. Check out Bonnie on GET INSPIRED RADIO December 22 at 11:00 am EST live. At this time you can recieve a sample of her readings.

Contest closes DECEMBER 31 2010


Wishing you much love and many blessings for the holidays and the new year! – Sue London                    

Radio Host, Reiki Master, Spiritual Life Coach, Author, Speaker                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Pets and Children – A Magical Combination

Over the years, I have watched and personally witnessed the magical power of pets and children. Having a pet in a child’s life can help in the early cognitive development, encouraging them to crawl and then walk, and later help boost a child’s IQ and reading skills. My daughter, Sarah, learned how to walk by having the determination to get our dog Rocky’s furry tail. Countless schools have programs with children reading to dogs. By the scent of a dog’s treat on the pages within the book, the child believes the dog is trying to read along with them, when really it is sniffing for the treat. The dog’s focus on the pages encourages the child to want to read longer.

Studies have shown, that having a pet can lower blood pressure and heart rate, and reduce anxiety. Depression is a common mental illness. One teenage girl was hospitalized for severe depression and suicidal tendencies. Nothing seemed to help her. Dogs were brought in for visits. Gradually the girl began to feel better. She went home and began volunteering at the local shelter, where she walked dogs. She even adopted a couple of kittens, and gradually recovered from the illness.

Pet therapy is the healing power of animals. They have the power to comfort through unconditional love, the power to ease our pain, and the power to give us the  strength and courage to keep going when life hands us a difficult situation to deal with.  Animals used in pet therapy include dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, chickens, donkeys, llamas, and even pot- bellied pigs.

My own dog, Rocky, helped me through a debilitating disease, Crohns Disease, and gave me the strength and courage to keep hanging on to life. Through his unconditional love, I was able to survive! I feel everything in our life happens for a reason. I now speak about pet therapy to others and use my dogs to help many children cope.

Rocky passed away in 2001 but will forever live in my heart. I have written a children’s book series titled, “Rocky’s Journey”, in his memory. My first book in the series, “Rocky’s Trip To The Hospital,” is based on my own story of triumphing over sickness, through the power of pet therapy. I take this book along with my certified pet therapy dogs, Molly and Willy, into Children’s Hospitals. I share with the children my story, read them Rocky’s book, and then the dogs do their magic. 

Many of the children I visit have been hospitalized for weeks. They are depressed, missing their normal life at home, missing their friends, and if they have one, missing their pet. When the children see the dogs, with their wagging tails, they brighten right up. You can see the life literally coming back into these children. Laughter fills their eyes, huge smiles appear on their tiny faces, and positive energy fills the room. Hospital life can be very scary for children. I watch the dogs cuddling their furry bodies into the children, licking them and comforting them. Some of the children will even share their fears with the dogs. They talk out loud to the dogs, saying things they don’t tell others. Every child says the dogs visit has helped them feel better. I know that it also helps the parents cope.

Willy has a very special gift. He has a comical snore. He will curl up beside a child, and while they are petting him, he becomes relaxed. The more relaxed he is, the louder and deeper the snore becomes. Even the sickest child will laugh at this. This comical snore helps the children take their focus off their pain.

When a nurse, or parent, is having a difficult time convincing a child to take their medicine, Molly comes to the rescue. With her big brown eyes, she stares at the child. Molly will reach out her paw to them and wag her tail. If they take the medicine, Molly will do a trick for them, and they are allowed to give her a treat. For every sip of medicine they have to take, Molly reaches out her paw and will do a different trick. This encourages the children to quickly finish the medicine, so that they can give Molly more treats, and see all her tricks. Molly has been successful with every child.

I paid a visit to one very sick child, in her hospital room. She had gone through three surgeries in one week. She was weak and very pale, and had been focusing on how terrible her pain was. I read her my book, “Rocky’s Trip To The Hospital”. Because the dog was in the lounge area, and could not come to her room, I gave her an autographed photo of us. As she was gazing at the photo, I observed a sparkle appear in her eyes, and the colour came back to her cheeks. She asked me if I would help her into a wheelchair, so she could go down to the lounge and pet the dog. With the nurse’s approval we headed out. The nurse agreed with me, that a visit to the dog would be great medicine for this child. Just seeing the wagging tail waiting to greet her, gave her strength and a more positive attitude. Only half an hour earlier, she had been in her bed, too weak to move, and now she was asking to take the dog for a walk down the hall herself. She said she felt strong enough to use her arms to wheel the chair, while hanging on to the leash. She was glowing as she accomplished this task. We all watched with joy in our hearts and tears in our eyes.  

Pet therapy can occur anywhere. Recently at a school, where I was giving a presentation about pet therapy, a little boy slowly walked up to the front of the room with his head hanging. He had such sadness written all over his young face. When he finally got up beside me, he began to cry, and he shared his story with me. He said that he wished my dog had been with his grandfather the night before. His grandfather had died alone, and this terribly upset the little boy. Before I could say anything, Willy who was lying quietly on the floor beside us, sat up and reached out to the little boy. It was clear that Willy sensed his pain. The boy held Willy tightly in his arms. With Willy licking the tears away, we all watched as a smile appeared on the boy’s tiny face. One hundred and twenty children, at that presentation, witnessed the power of pet therapy. Willy showed unconditional love for a child in pain.

Pets are magical. They sense our needs and comfort us. They truly give unconditional love. I would encourage you to make a difference for your child, by bringing an animal into their life! It can be a wonderful learning experience, and also be very healing! -Sue London

Copyright Sue London 2009.  All rights reserved.  Sue is the Author of “Soar Above It All”, “Rocky’s Trip To The Hospital” and “Rocky’s Positive Thoughts Coloring Book”.  Sue London can be reached at or 1-888-812-1181.

To learn more about Sue London and purchase a copy of her  healing books please visit  To learn more about the work Sue does along with touching stories on the making of her books please visit

To get more inspired about the healing power of pets tune into today’s interview now archived on The Talk Show on CKNX-AM920 Radio


Meet Sue’s special furry friends, (left to right) Gus, Molly & Willy.

Events this week with Sue London





Tuesday December 14th at 11:30 am – 11:45 am EST

Can’t tune into the live show? For 1 week you can listen to archived show  at





Wednesday December 15th – 11:00 am – 12 pm EST

Being Healthy, Physically, Emotionally, Spiritually, and Mentally Through the Holidays

with radio guest

Dr. Bernie Siegel

For some people the holiday season is very stressful. During this segment Dr. Bernie Siegel will share tools and tips to help you be healthy throughout the holiday season. Join Sue and guest Dr. Bernie Siegel as together they inspire and uplift you.

Tune into at 11:00 am EST and get inspired! Phone your questions in to (646) 929-0076 and press 1 to speak to the host. Chat lines open during the show. Can’t make the live show? Tune into the archived segment and listen at your convenience.This show will also be found archived on iTunes podcasts.

Did you catch JACK CANFIELD on Sue’s radio last week? The topic was GOAL SETTING! It’s not too late… tune into the archived show at or at iTunes in podcast.

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