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The Follow-Up Question

Mar 13, 2023

The polarized nature of American politics, the zero-sum nature of seemingly every issue, the ways our leaders act and create policy not because they stand for something, but because they want to oppose the other side … it’s all just … exhausting.


Many Americans are in what's called "the exhausted majority," and...

Feb 27, 2023

I'm switching things up in this episode, as this time, it's my turn to be interviewed.


This is an interview I did with Kwame Christian on his Negotiate Anything podcast in late 2022.


In this conversation, Kwame and I discuss how to communicatively hold space for someone, the psychology of change, and what it...

Feb 13, 2023

Lately, I’ve been fascinated by the psychology of change.


There came a point in late 2022 when I started to notice that many of the conversations I’ve had here on the show have carried with them an undertone of change. I’ve gone back and listened to many of the interviews, and change pops up quite frequently.


Jan 30, 2023

One of my favorite discoveries over the course of hosting this podcast is the concept that in order to communicate across divides and begin to better understand each other, we must learn to adopt the language of those we disagree with and speak in their terms.


Many guests here on the show have touched on this point,...

Jan 16, 2023

The first episode of 2023 my conversation with Karen Joy Hardwick. Karen recently released a new book, The Connected Leader: 7 Strategies to Empower Your True Self and Inspire Others.


And while it is a leadership book aimed particularly at business leaders, as I read The Connected Leader, I found that so much of the...