Aug 30, 2021
For 25 years, Jeff Schoep led the largest neo-Nazi organization in the United States — the National Socialist Movement. For more than two decades, Jeff spread propaganda, hatred, and fear, and his extremist views caused pain, anguish, and suffering for many.
But just a few years ago, Jeff left that world behind. But...
Aug 23, 2021
What happens when an ultimatum doesn’t work, and instead of bringing people into alignment with your cause, it pushes them into the very thing you’re trying to prevent or discourage?
In the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, President George W. Bush famously stated “Either...
Aug 16, 2021
This week, I'm going solo to dive a bit deeper into a topic we care about A LOT — our opinions.
I make the case for why you don’t have to have an opinion about everything, and in fact, you probably shouldn’t. In our rush to be right — or, at least, appear to be right — we create snap judgments without first...
Aug 9, 2021
If you believe the 24-hour news cycle or the pundits pontificating on social media, we are as polarized politically as we can possibly be and every issue leads to gridlock.
My guest this week, Layla Zaidane, believes differently, and she has good reason to. In her role as the President and CEO of the non-profit...
Aug 2, 2021
These days, we exist in a state of constant stimulation. More than ever, we need moments that center our attention on the experience at hand, and our thoughts, and our emotions.
That's the view of my guest this week, author Rebecca Pacheco. In her new book, Still Life: The Myths and Magic of Mindful Living, Rebecca