Join me this week for part 1 of my conversation with the effervescent Gabrielle Gould, Executive Director of the Amherst Business Improvement District and the Amherst Foundation. We talk about connection, finding yourself anew in a pandemic, and more!

Also, a review of the book HumanKind by Rutger Bregman. If you have a negative view of the world right now, you've got to read this book.

Amherst Business Improvement District 

Amherst Downtown Foundation

HumanKind by Rutger Bregman

We'll look at the year in review and reasons for optimism, then have part 2 of a conversation with Azi Golshan, a public defender in Georgia about career, community, and creativity. Join us at 4:30 pm on @WMUA, or online at working9tothrive.com, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

This week's episode features a review of Peter Jackson's Beatles documentary, Get Back, with a lens on career, community, and creativity—and how when a team is unsupported, it falls apart. Then part 1 of our conversation with Azi Golshan, a public defender in Georgia, about finding a place that feels just right. Join us at 4:30 pm on @WMUA, or online at working9tothrive.com, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

Today's guest is illustrator, author, and cartoonist David Milgrim, and the book review is The Power of Giving Away Power by Matthew Barzun.

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The Power of Giving Away Power 

Today's episode features a review of Drive, by Daniel Pink, and part 2 of our conversation with illustrator, author, and cartoonist David Milgrim about creativity, and if you ever feel like you've made it.

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Drive: the surprising truth of what motivates us

80% of what parents and kids argue about is school. What happens when we take that out of the equation? Join us for the rebroadcast of the second half of my conversation with Julie Leonard.
Also: how do we learn if we bypass the shame of not reading "on time"?

Thank You For Arguing 

A rebroadcast talking about making the holidays saner; what you're not missing out on this year; and more.

In this rebroadcast, my guest, writer Sage Ingles, and I talk about kid business and true socialization.

Mexico School Story

Oliver Sacks 

Sometimes giving everybody space makes everything come together. In this rebroadcast, my guest, writer Sage Ingles, finds time to create amidst four kids. We talk about giving space physically, and mentally.

I, this rebroadcast, Sarah Wall talks with me about creative ways to make a living while you educate the kids. We discuss handling learning disabilities, MLMs, kid businesses, and entrepreneurship.

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