November 28, 2018
Dr. Kesha Moore is a trained social science researcher and therapist who specializes in goal achievement in women's professional and personal lives. As Kesha explains in today's episode, her mantra is "building communities of love and justice," and she strives to create these communities of wellness through policy, education and life coaching.
Kesha and I talk about the permeable boundary between self and society; why it's so important for activists to take care of themselves; and how being intentional about our habits, rituals and goals can help us to live with purpose and joy.
For more information about Kesha and the topics covered and references made in this episode, please visit the Shownotes page.
November 20, 2018
This week, I'm chatting with Ben Delloiacono, an adjunct English professor who teaches at several universities in New Jersey, as well as inside prisons via the New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons Consortium (NJ-STEP). We talk about Ben's reluctance to start teaching, what he did during the ten year period between getting his B.A. and Masters, why he has found his experience teaching in prison both challenging and fulfilling, and his take on anger, forgiveness, and the importance of saying "I love you."
You can learn more topics covered and references made in the episode by visiting the Shownotes page.
November 13, 2018
Rana Campbell is creator and host of the podcast Dreams in Drive. Each week, Rana chats with successful creative and lifestyle entrepreneurs who share their stories and the keys to success that have helped them along the way. In this episode, Rana and I talk about fear of failure and fear of success, some of the challenges that young adults face when trying to figure out how best to create fulfilling work lives, our journeys with developing self-trust and making decisions, Rana’s definition of success, and some lessons and highlights from Dreams in Drive.
For more information about the episode and about Rana, visit the Shownotes page.