Sherri Mitchell: Showing Up in Fullness

Sherri Mitchell: Showing Up in Fullness

“The vibrational fullness that you bring to the world when you’re fully being yourself is the true gift.” In this episode, I talk with Sherri Mitchell, the author of Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Spirit-Based Change. Sherri is a member of the...
Kamal Kapadia: Relationships of Care

Kamal Kapadia: Relationships of Care

Our climate is in crisis because our relationships are broken. In this episode, I speak with Kamal Kapadia, the co-founder and chief learning officer of Terra.do, an online school for climate action that is striving to enlist and educate a hundred million people from...
Amahra Spence: Radical Imagination

Amahra Spence: Radical Imagination

Whose imagination are we centering? I talk with Amahra Spence, an artist, an organizer, and a designer for social justice movements. Amahra is the co-founder of MAIA, an arts and social justice organization that’s based in the West Midlands, UK that is committed to...
Nkem Ndefo: Coming Home to Yourself

Nkem Ndefo: Coming Home to Yourself

I talk with Nkem Ndefo, founder of Lumos Transforms and creator of the Resilience Toolkit, about the power of coming home to the body, how doing so can help build capacity for hard conversations, and why we have the chance to remake culture in every single...
Miki Kashtan: Aliveness & Flow

Miki Kashtan: Aliveness & Flow

What is true abundance? And how have the ideals of our capitalistic culture separated us from it? In this episode, I take a deep dive into unpacking the “extractive mindset” at the root of capitalism with Miki Kashtan, the co-founder of Bay Area Nonviolent...
Oliver Burkeman: What if I never change?

Oliver Burkeman: What if I never change?

What if we never get over our greatest flaws? In this episode I talk with writer Oliver Burkeman, author of the excellent new book Four Thousand Weeks, about time, personal growth, and accepting our own mortality. Among other topics, Oliver and I take a deep dive into...
Mia Birdsong: The Longing to Be Known

Mia Birdsong: The Longing to Be Known

Why the toxic individualism of the American Dream isn’t working anymore. In this episode, I sit down with writer and activist Mia Birdsong, who recently authored the revelatory book How We Show Up: Reclaiming Family, Friends, and Community. We talk about why the...
Priya Parker: Discerning the Need

Priya Parker: Discerning the Need

Priya Parker holds an incredible wealth of knowledge about creating transformative gatherings as well as working through conflict. In 2018, she wrote her excellent book The Art of Gathering, and during the pandemic she continued her work as a conflict mediator on Zoom...
Jocelyn K. Glei: What’s Your Wobbly

Jocelyn K. Glei: What’s Your Wobbly

We are emerging from the pandemic on wobbly legs — with much to recalibrate and integrate. During the past year, we all experienced a fundamental realignment. We tuned back into what really matters and gained new clarity on our values. But as we emerge from seclusion...
Jocelyn K. Glei: R.I.P. Productivity

Jocelyn K. Glei: R.I.P. Productivity

It’s time to let go of our focus on productivity and lean into a new way of being. In this final episode of season 3 of the podcast, I reflect on my own journey into the world of productivity, what I’ve learned, and why I’m leaving it behind. In the process, I touch...
Jocelyn K. Glei: Strange Gifts

Jocelyn K. Glei: Strange Gifts

What unexpected blessings did you receive in 2020? It goes without saying that 2020 has been an incredibly trying, disorienting, and painful year. But I wanted to shed some light on the good that has been uncovered as well. So, in the holiday spirit, I decided to...
Jocelyn K. Glei: A Call for Rest & Tenderness

Jocelyn K. Glei: A Call for Rest & Tenderness

Most of us are drained. The “surge capacity” we called on early in the crisis is now depleted. What’s more, there was already a trend toward burnout in the US before 2020 ratcheted our stress through the roof. From my perspective, that means it’s...