Category Archive for "Archived Posts"

A Call to Extinguish Torches

Aug 13 2017

White men marched on Charlotttesville with *torches* yesterday. I say it again: torches. What clearer signal could they have given the world…

First, Understand Your Worth. Then Make Friends.

Jun 13 2017

Have you ever wondered why you run into the same connection problems with person after person after person? Kelly Flanagan suggests part…

Your Brain Works Great. It Just Doesn’t Work the Way You Think It Will.

Jun 07 2017

Have you ever accidentally put your keys in the freezer? Or hit your car remote, thinking–momentarily–that it would unlock your front door?…

I Want to Know You: A Simple Way to Get to Know and Remember Loved Ones

May 28 2017

This week’s podcast guest,Vickie Mullins, tells the story behind a series of books developed to help young children get to know and…

How Your Purchases Connect You to People Around the Globe

May 23 2017

This week’s podcast guest, Justin Dillon, tells the story of how he went from working musician to slavery vigilante. Find out why his website attracted…

How to Connect With a Very Specific Group of People: Your Kids.

May 16 2017

Photo Credit: mrhayata This week’s podcast guest, Brian Housman, takes on challenges well-known to parents–how to prioritize one’s family in the midst…

Want to Be Perceived as Beautiful? Be Kind.

May 09 2017

This week’s podcast guest, Dr.Eva Ritvo, teamed up with her lifelong best friend to write a book that offers an expanded definition…

Conversational Skills That Boost Your Social Success, Featuring Patrick King

May 02 2017

Some people seem like they were born to be socialites. They hit it off easily with others, they handle large groups in…

Hacks for Handling Difficult Conversations and Fielding Feedback

Apr 25 2017

There are all kinds of conversations that we dread in life. Break-ups, firing an employee, confessing a mistake, announcing a divorce are…

Searching for Morality in a High Tech Age

Apr 18 2017

People still have strong ideas about what’s right and wrong. In the process of exploring how our morals develop, author Eden Collinsworth…