Shuli returns to the show to discuss why humans do stuff & where we are headed. Plus, Jackson the wonder dog makes his podcast debut.
ordinary people having extraordinary conversations
Charlotte has been researching the effects of sleep (we really need it!) and its history (horse poop! religion!). She called me from her home in South Kensington, London.
Having just completed a corporate internship, Josh Moore is starting his career in Cyber Security. We discuss the effects of technology on our personalities- and our privacy. He's skeptical, but hopeful.
Nicky has discovered the best approach to adversity is to remain calm- or at least try to. We talk about martial arts, Nepal, & all the oddballs you meet in New York City.
In Yoga, Shavasana- also known as corpse pose— you lie down on your back and relax your body and mind so you may fully assimilate the benefits of your practice. Sounds simple and yet many consider it the hardest pose. Yoga teacher Amy Martin shares her insight on yoga and how everything is temporary so find that song within and sing it. We recorded at Loom Studio in Brooklyn.
Tara dances through life, literally. But she also uses dance training as a metaphor to the obstacles and joys that life brings.
f you grew up in the 1980's then you'll recall the heavy metal parking lot at your school or the local mall. Ripped jeans, denim jackets, long hair that was permed or frosted (guys & girls). From the greats like Black Sabbath, Judas Priest to the not so great bands: BulletBoys. Writer JASON SIMONS and I explore the music & culture behind it all. Rock out!
This episode has it all. Drugs! Love! Heartbreak! Candy! Meeting Thom Yorke (it's bittersweet...), being resilient through the tough times & laughing loudly during the good times. Check out Uluc's awesome podcast called mürmur, free on iTunes.
Quaz is a musician, yoga instructor, filmmaker, & someone who cares about the truth in every moment. Check out his music, documentary project, and news at www.heyquazzy.com
In Part Two we dive into the movie box office, the popular TV shows, and the musical charts of the year. And of course, WrestlemaniaIII. Special guest JASON SIMONS twitter @JS555001.
Close your eyes and imagine the best version of you possible. Because that's who you really are. Let go of any part of you that doesn't believe it. Today's episode I discuss what some call my failures and mistakes. I call them gifts.
We talk about the balance of being vulnerable and oversharing. It's all about creating real art. Check out Melissa's new graphic novel THE WENDY PROJECT (available on Amazon.com) and the Holocaust survivor film, Oma. Twitter @osbornejmelissa
Jason and I take a summer urban hike exploring Queens, discussing politics and we also share our Top5 evil dictators. Spoiler: Hitler is only no.3!
Writer/ Twizzlers lover Carey McHolt shares how her pitfalls have enabled her to find how who she is,
There are so many myths about education. Jason Simons and I discuss overcoming obstacles, preparing for challenges, and what true learning is really about.
Writer Jason Simons returns to join me on intellectual rants on the Social Justice Warrior movement, Trump,& a very eye opening discussion of the North Korea problem. Note: we both were drinking a lot and yet oddly some fine points were made, by Jason at least.
Tech Privacy Expert Shuli Hallak shares her thoughts on the emotional attachments of social media. And we poke fun at elevator small talk.
Kazusa lives at the nexus of many worlds and moves between them with generosity & humor. My girlfriend, my homie, my co-conspirator. She is also the proud mother of Cersei the cat.
Paula helps us usher in the 100th episode with a conversation about how we learn, females in tech, and letting go of the past.