On episode #15 of Kindling Podcast, Zac Swartout shares with us his take on the “growth mindset,” our false believe in the average, and learning to look beyond ourselves.
What motivates extremist violence? How can a violent extremist transform into an anti-violence activist, counselor, and scholar?
There’s so much that goes on behind the microphone, and I’m going to start bringing you back here. This is the inaugural ‘behind the mic’ bit, stay tuned for more. For this first one: what is Reckonings, and why did I create it?
How do you process the aftermath of emotionally impactful situations in your life? Dr. LéNetta Banks and Justice Calo Reign process the aftermath of turning 40, Veterans Day, and the country’s response to the election of President-Elect Donald Trump.
Hip hop polymath Brian Generik and Artist/Explorer/Teacher Jessica Johnson join me to talk about shamans, fear of the unknown, discovering new places, and nurturing creativity.
This week, Peter Schulte and new co-host Lisa Pellegrino chat with Lioux van Bones – Chief Dream Officer at Meraki Farmacy. We talk about how her new business is trying to change the way we think about our food, plants, how we do business, and how we heal.
The Honey Crusader – otherwise known as Frank Golbeck – joins us to talk about all things honey. Frank is on a mission to revitalize the honey industry and use his delicious mead-making powers to save the bees.
Mark Rosenberg and Jay Dickey were on diametrically opposed sides of the gun debate, but fate took a twist. Their story is a microcosm of what’s so vitally needed in the arena of gun control, and our political arena beyond.
Justice Calo Reign and Dr. LéNetta Banks introduce the concept of “Many Ways At Once” to the audience through anecdotal stories that share their many identities, strengths and talents.
“I don’t know if I can convey how comforting it is to believe that you possess the secret to how everything in the universe works.”