This week's guest, Larry Bogad is a performer, writer and educator who uses serious play and theater to help change people’s minds and change society for the better.
Gerald Moore, was a reporter and editor for one of these publications and talks about what it was like to work there.
A new survey shows that many Americans are suffering from “financial anxiety” and it’s affecting their health and happiness.
Our guest has studied animal intelligence and discusses how neuroscience and biology are coming up with new definitions of what it means to be an intelligent animal.
We talk to a scientist who is working on new technology that will make filtering and sanitizing water more efficient.
We discuss how to engage the person you want something from, how to “mirror” their behavior and how to resolve conflicts and come to a mutual understanding.
Our guest, an introvert herself, talks about just what an introvert is, and how they are actually very sociable in the right settings.
Our guests talk about issues of gender equality and offer suggestions for why they happen and how we can level the playing field for both women and men.
James Hoggan, author of, I’m Right and You’re an Idiot, researched the topic of toxic public discourse and why it permeates our political and social communications these days.
Authors Diane Morgan and Jessica Goldman talk about how to introduce more fish and healthy fats, less gluten and less salt into your meals without a lot of fuss.