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The Follow-Up Question

Sep 18, 2022

One of the things that drives me crazy about modern society and culture is our tendency to call people names and assign them labels to avoid leaning into the uncomfortable conversations that exist when we disagree.


These names and labels — which are often untrue — carry with them enormous power to shut down...

Sep 5, 2022

This episode explores the nuance of trust, and how we create more of it.


My guest is Dan Vallone, the Director of More in Common USA. After spending 6 years as an active duty Army infantry officer, which included a tour in Afghanistan, Dan got into the work of education policy and innovation, and eventually began to...

Aug 22, 2022

My guest this week believes there’s a lot more good in the world than there is hate, you just have to avoid getting sucked into the hate machine and instead look for the many instances where good occurs in the small things.


In this episode, I chat with Adam Wilkinson, or Wilk, for short. He’s a firm believer that...

Aug 8, 2022

My guest this week is Dr. Christia Spears Brown, author of the book "Unraveling Bias: How prejudice has shaped children for generations and why it’s time to break the cycle."


Christia explores how biases passed down through generations and through systems have time and time again come to a breaking point with...

Jul 25, 2022

What if you lost your voice? What if you lost the ability to communicate with the world in the ways you love?


How would your life change? In what ways would your priorities shift?


That’s the story this week’s guest brings to the show.


Greg Offner lost his voice — literally — in 2015. 


As a singer, Greg...