A review of the delightful book by Bill Bryson: The Body, A Guide for Occupants. Then part one of my conversation with the inimitable Kerry Kaye, performer, coach, sousaphone player, and rigger for Cirque du Soleil.

Cirque du Soleil Orlando 
The Body: A Guide for Occupants, Bill Bryson 

 

First, a review of Physical Intelligence by Scott Grafton, followed by part 3 of an interview with writer, musician, artist, and Dante scholar, Dr. Adoyo.

Rain by Adoyo 
Dante's Divine Comedy 
Physical Intelligence by Scott Grafton 

Part two this week with Dr. Adoyo, a writer, musician, artist, and Dante Scholar about mentoring, parenting, and building trust. Also, a review of the book, Show Me How, Show Me How, by Lauren Smith & Derek Fagerstrom.

 

Rain by Adoyo 
Dante's Divine Comedy 
Show Me How, by Lauren Smith & Derek Fagerstrom 

Join us this week as I talk with Dr. Adoyo, a writer, musician, artist, and Dante Scholar about trust, community, and how those things allow people's creativity to blossom. Also, a review of the book, The Power of Meaning, Crafting a Life That Matters by Emily Esfahani Smith.

Rain by Adoyo 
Dante's Divine Comedy 
Aristotle on Ethics 
The Power of Meaning, Crafting a Life That Matters by Emily Esfahani Smith 

This week, the second half of our conversation with entrepreneur and motivational speaker Tim Fisk, about how you can leverage creativity everywhere, including at work, and in community. And Tim persuades me I can use the other C word: career. Book review of The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't, by Robert I Sutton.

Plum Boutique 
Summit Salon Business Center
Parker on Main 
Salon Herdis 
The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't 

Join us as we talk with entrepreneur and motivational speaker Tim Fisk about creating leadership opportunities for others, and how deeply profound something ordinary can become. Book review of When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, by Daniel Pink.

Plum Boutique 
Summit Salon Business Center
Parker on Main 
Salon Herdis 
When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing 

The second half of our conversation with Molly Keehn of CoJourn about the spirit of self-compassion and managing ourselves for success. A review of The Power of Bad John Tierney & Roy F Baumeister. Oh and I mention CBT, but forgot to define it: it's Cognitive Behavior Therapy, which is the dominant form of talk therapy in the US.

CoJourn 
The Power of Bad John Tierney & Roy F Baumeister 
Time to Think 
Punished by Rewards 
Nudge 
So You Want To Talk About Race 
The Influence You Have 

Talking with Molly Keehn of CoJourn about how working with a partner and learning how to leaving space with each other can both forge deep connections and give us the deep satisfaction of doing our own work. Also, not a book review, per se, but the blog Wait But Why by Tim Urban.

CoJourn 
Wait But Why 
Tim Urban Ted Talk 
Time to Think 

The second half of my conversation with historian and noted game designer, Meguey Baker. Deep history and what is the history of now going to look like? Book review: So You Want To Talk About Race, by Ijeoma Oluo.

Meguey Baker on Twitter @nightskygames
Night Sky Games 
Apocalypse World
So You Want To Talk About Race 

Today's guest is Meguey Baker, historian and noted designer of many notable role playing games including Apocalypse World and 1001 Nights. We talk about who makes the narrative, and the power of story. Book review of Diversity in the Workplace, by Bärí A. Williams.

Meguey Baker on Twitter @nightskygames
Night Sky Games 
Apocalypse World 
Diversity in the Workplace 

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