Dec 27, 2021
Can humans keep up with the accelerating pace of change we are collectively experiencing? An ironic question considering the change is the making of our own hands.
Despite all of the comforts that modern life affords human beings, we are more uncomfortable, more miserable, and more polarized than we've ever been.
Dec 13, 2021
James Parker is a filmmaker and the director of the documentary Other Side of the Hill, which takes us to rural Eastern Oregon to document how climate change is affecting the livelihood and the economy of several rural communities there, as told through the voices of the people on the ground.
Being from a mostly rural...
Nov 29, 2021
What can a painting of a shipwreck from the early 1800s tell us about our society today?
This week’s guest, Amy Herman,
believes art holds within it important lessons about life, greed,
politics, and humanity that carry through from centuries
Amy is the founder of The Art of Perception, an innovative program...
Nov 15, 2021
My guest this week is Tony Chatman, the author of the book The Force Multiplier: How to lead teams where everyone wins.
A force multiplier is a tool used to exponentially increase output. Think of a wheelbarrow, or a pulley.
Or in the case of a leader, someone who positively impacts the performance of those in...
Nov 1, 2021
What you are about to hear is quite possibly the most difficult conversation I’ve ever had. So much so that I almost didn’t do it.
But that's what makes it so good.
My guest this week is Andy Norman. Andy is an author, researcher, and philosopher who believes we can inoculate our minds against bad ideas. And...