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Mar 3, 2020

“When emotions are so big, the quick fix is to be violent, use drugs, be aggressive, escape . . . because those feelings are dangerous. And for most of the guys they never learned how to experience that.”

Wendy talks to Dr. Melissa Garber, a clinical psychologist helping violent offenders in a special treatment...


Feb 18, 2020

"The really hard challenge when you’re talking about empowerment is it’s a fundamentally different conversation around the way that power is then distributed, the way that power is shared, and the way that power is exercised."

Dean Parkin is a part of the Quandamooka people, an investment analyst with Tanarra...


Feb 4, 2020

"A reframing of what failure is, what it means, and the importance of it can completely transform the way a person understands themselves and the challenges in the middle of a complex situation."


Denise VanEck is owner of Thought Design, author of Failure: Laboratory Workshops, a coach, and obsessed with failure. She...


Jan 8, 2020

“If we really want to build a web of trust it has to be built on human relationships.”

Richard Whitt, a fellow at Georgetown University and the Mozilla Foundation and founder of the GLIAnet Project, talks to Wendy about human agency in the digital era, the impact of technology in our daily lives, and the uneasy...


Dec 3, 2019

“It’s important to remember as adults that having been a student doesn’t make you an expert on teaching. You should be careful about your memories.”

Katy Shrout, an 8th grade English teacher, sits down with Wendy to discuss the many layers of teacher responsibility, the pros and cons of standardized...