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Part two this week with Dr. Adoyo, a writer, musician, artist, and Dante Scholar about mentoring, parenting, and building trust. Also, a review of the book, Show Me How, Show Me How, by Lauren Smith & Derek Fagerstrom. Rain by Adoyo Dante's Divine Comedy Show Me How, by Lauren Smith & Derek Fagerstrom…
 
Join us this week as I talk with Dr. Adoyo, a writer, musician, artist, and Dante Scholar about trust, community, and how those things allow people's creativity to blossom. Also, a review of the book, The Power of Meaning, Crafting a Life That Matters by Emily Esfahani Smith. Rain by Adoyo Dante's Divine Comedy Aristotle on Ethics The Power of Mean…
 
This week, the second half of our conversation with entrepreneur and motivational speaker Tim Fisk, about how you can leverage creativity everywhere, including at work, and in community. And Tim persuades me I can use the other C word: career. Book review of The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't, by Robert…
 
Join us as we talk with entrepreneur and motivational speaker Tim Fisk about creating leadership opportunities for others, and how deeply profound something ordinary can become. Book review of When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, by Daniel Pink. Plum Boutique Summit Salon Business Center Parker on Main Salon Herdis When: The Scientific S…
 
The second half of our conversation with Molly Keehn of CoJourn about the spirit of self-compassion and managing ourselves for success. A review of The Power of Bad John Tierney & Roy F Baumeister. Oh and I mention CBT, but forgot to define it: it's Cognitive Behavior Therapy, which is the dominant form of talk therapy in the US. CoJourn The Power …
 
Today's guest is Meguey Baker, historian and noted designer of many notable role playing games including Apocalypse World and 1001 Nights. We talk about who makes the narrative, and the power of story. Book review of Diversity in the Workplace, by Bärí A. Williams. Meguey Baker on Twitter @nightskygames Night Sky Games Apocalypse World Diversity in…
 
Join us for part two of our conversation with author Elia Winters, who writes saucy, sex- and queer- positive erotic novels. We talk about editing after you’re totally done with the thing, do you need to be a writer full-time to be “successful”, promotion and making things fun. Also, a review of The Infinite Game, by Simon Sinek. EliaWinters.com tw…
 
This week, more heat to your summer—award winning erotic romance novelist Elia Winters. How she finds the time to write, how NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) gave her a kick start, and how relationships are everything to becoming a successful writer, because your competition is not competing with you, they’re all readers, too. Also, a revie…
 
This week we start with a book review of Presence, by Amy Cuddy, then we'll continue with the second half of our conversation with Ted Rau, consultant and trainer and cofounder of Sociocracy for All. If you think voting, consensus, and the management taught in business school is the best—or only—way to make an organization run smoothly, you're in f…
 
We're off and running with new guests! First up, a book review of The Power of Habit, then we'll be talking with Ted Rau, consultant and trainer and cofounder of Sociocracy for All. If you don't recognize that term, or Dynamic Governance, be prepared for this episode to blow your mind. We can organize businesses, communities, and even families to m…
 
New episode! Recorded in 2019, but we were recently able to recover the audio file. Part one of taking with photographer, photojournalist, and artist, Matthew Cavanaugh. Also, a review of the book, The Body Keeps the Score. Be sure to follow Matt's instagrams~ @westernMAphoto @the_good_light_ @matty.cv www.matthewcavanaugh.com The Body Keeps The Sc…
 
Revisiting a talk Victoria Quine, Outreach Coordinator at the New England Center for Circus Arts. A former gymnast and competitive dancer, she has a degree in cognitive psychology and child development, and a special interest in social circus. We talk about pedagogy and what we learn from the act of teaching, the importance of asking, that we’re no…
 
Today I’m revisiting a conversation with Tone Nunes, whose background as an actor has made him a fearless advocate for animals, and leader in management. We chat about how the higher up in a company you get, the more replaceable you are—the business will run without you—and how necessary it is to tell the truth to people in power, giving them the c…
 
Revisiting Elaine Carrol, an environmental civil engineer who figures out ways to make sure the rain in Ireland ends up as clean, manageable water. We talk about how she came to find her profession, the ways her work leads to creativity and community; and her involvement with No Drama Theater, an inclusive and supportive theater company, as well as…
 
This week I’m revisiting a conversation with comedian Àine Gallagher. Besides her hilarious standup, she runs Bright Club, where she builds bridges between comedy and academia. We chat about how one thing leads to the rest, and when it gets rolling, you need to build in time to take stock, recognizing standup as an art form, and not needing validat…
 
This week we're revisiting a conversation from 2018 with John Bechtold. He creates, produces, fosters, and teaches immersive theater in Western Massachusetts. His shows are unlike anything you've ever experienced. DASAC: Find out more about the Deerfield Academy Summer Arts Camp: deerfield.edu/dasac Eggtooth Productions: eggtooth.org Punchdrunk imm…
 
Revisiting guest Meg Burch, a nurse and former epidemiologist, environmental defender, and public health official. Her creative outlet is Taekwando, a discipline where she’s recently become a teacher. We talk about going from being over scheduled to balance, making deliberate intentions to broaden your world, serving your community, and the deep im…
 
Revisiting author Allison Jean Lester. Talking about taking yourself away to get things done, self confidence, isolation and the importance of your champions and the “not to do list.” She's the author of wonderful books including: Yuki Means Happiness https://amzn.to/2PSa7c4 Lillian on Life https://amzn.to/2FdAfdB Restroom Reflections https://amzn.…
 
Talking today about how to talk so people can listen; the mindset you need if you're going to survive mixing education with your family life. My guest is a mom of 7 who worked and got her degrees while homeschooling kids. If anyone can talk about the secrets of time management and family learning, Dr. Joli Hamilton is it. Part one of our conversati…
 
Professor John Dion of the College of Saint Rose joins us today to talk about embedding service into work, negotiating different perceptions abroad, and the flow state. “The difference between you and me and someone who’s homeless is a run of bad luck. Unless you go out and talk to people, and experience their humanity, things don’t get better." Un…
 
This week, Katie Zobel, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts. Can fundraising be a spiritual practice? We find out. Plus stop calling them nonprofits, the creativity involved in seeking beauty, stop being so hard on yourself, learn to be critical in a loving way, and if you went back and gave advice to your younger…
 
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