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Explore a growing library of in-depth conversations on the stories, perceptions, and ideas that shape our world—for better, or for worse. Featuring interviews with talented guests, from the president and CEO of Consumer Reports to best-selling authors, mental health experts, change agents and activists, small business owners, and beyond.
How to Fix the Broken Criminal Justice System with Jared Fishman
After 14 years as a Federal prosecutor, Jared Fishman (Justice Innovation Lab) decided to start fixing the criminal justice system in a new way.
Achieving Gender Equity at Work (In This Lifetime) with Katica Roy
Katica Roy is a gender economist and the founder and CEO of Pipeline Equity who says that gender equity at work is possible in this lifetime.
Best Of: Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month
This Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, we celebrate two past guests’ stories on navigating cultures and belonging.
How EMDR Treats Trauma with Michael Baldwin and Deborah L. Korn
In their book, Every Memory Deserves Respect, Michael Baldwin and Deborah L. Korn explore how EMDR therapy can help trauma survivors.
Dismantling Racism through Touch with Aaron Johnson
Aaron Johnson is a facilitator, speaker, and touch specialist who believes that touch, intimacy, and deep connection can dismantle racism.
What Stigmas and Stereotypes Cost Women with Sasha Cagen
Sasha Cagen helps women reclaim sensuality, intimacy, pleasure, and desire to counteract repressive stigmas and internalized oppression.
What are the Three Stories of Our Time? with Dave Ursillo
Dave Ursillo breaks down our recent, big interview with Margaret Wheatley through the lens of Joanna Macy’s “The Three Stories of Our Time.”
Facing Civilization Collapse like a Warrior with Margaret Wheatley
Margaret Wheatley is a best-selling author whose latest work centers on patterns of civilization collapse, and what to do about it.
The Journey of Visibility and Belonging with Cher Hale
Cher Hale uses public relations to help clients from historically marginalized identities get media recognition along their journeys of visibility.
How Friendship Fights Authoritarianism with Alissa Wilkinson
Senior culture reporter for Vox.com, Alissa Wilkinson, talks art, algorithms, and how Hannah Arendt said friendship fights authoritarianism.
Reclaim Your Mornings with Amy Landino
Amy Landino is a social media influencer who is on a mission to help the world reclaim mornings, which she says helps us attune to our passions.
Writing Your First Book with Nikki Groom
What does it really take to write your first book? Former client Nikki Groom joins her former coach to recall the story of her first book.
Cognitive Empathy with Joseph C. Ewoodzie Jr.
Cultural sociologist Joseph C. Ewoodzie Jr. says that cognitive empathy enables researchers to bring more humility to their storytelling.
The Power of Checklists with Alexandra Franzen
Checklists tend to focus on obligations, but what if your checklist prioritized what feels good and what you care the most about?
Best Of 2022: Caring with Kat Vellos
Author and friendship researcher, Kat Vellos, says that in an age of overwhelm and burnout, we have to keep on caring. How do we begin?
The Psychology of Choice with Gemma Stone
Gemma Stone is a registered psychologist and neuroscientist based in Calgary, Canada, who bridges lifestyle design concepts and practices into her clinical practice.
How Tea Helps Bring People Together with Amber Jackson
Amber Jackson is the owner of The Black Leaf Tea and Culture Shop, an online loose-leaf tea company focused on celebrating Black culture.
Dave Ursillo Critiques the Personal Development Journey
Dave Ursillo is interviewed (for a change) about his personal development journey in this 10-year retrospective with Greg Berg.
Why Do We Need New Stories, Anyway? With Dave Ursillo
The host of ‘The New Story Is’ podcast breaks from interviewing to share more about himself, how we got here, and why we need new stories.
Decolonizing Mental Health with Dr. Han Ren
Dr. Han Ren is a clinical psychologist specializing in liberation-oriented, anti-oppressive, and culturally-informed therapy.
Consumer Rights are Civil Rights with Marta Tellado
Marta Tellado is the president and CEO of Consumer Reports. In her book, BUYER AWARE, she contends that consumer rights are civil rights.
How to Run a Nonprofit that Serves with Alison Bologna
Alison Bologna is an award-winning journalist, a news anchor with NBC 10 Sunrise in Rhode Island, and the Founder of Shri Service Corps.
The Dark Side of the Beautiful Game with Luke Aaron Moore
Luke Aaron Moore is a radio presenter and cohost and producer of The Football Ramble, the UK’s biggest independent football (“soccer”) show.
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