In today's episode of Think Again, host Randy Harris and guest Genevieve Chavez Mitchell explore the roles of women in the world of economics. The conversation considers the "stories" we internalize about money and the growing influence of "the feminine" in how we think about economics. We touch on options for redirecting our financial energies toward more conscious choices in our relationships with one another, our communities and our planet.
Host Randy Harris welcomes a conversation with Shahid Mustafa, farmer and owner/operator of Taylor Hood Farms - a local Community Supported Agriculture project. Shahid shares meaningful considerations about our thinking and behavior, related to climate change, and local food production - present and future.
Host Randy Harris is privileged to share a thoughtful conversation with local social activist Elisa Sanchez. Together they explore why we think the way we do about equity, economics, government, and politics. The conversation peeks at "human nature", our capacity to look within for clarity, and personal responsibility for demonstrating in our own lives, the principles and values we hold most dear.
Today's program offers a conversation between host Randy Harris and local artist Henry Hartig - muralist and children's book illustrator. In this conversation, they explore the aspects, elements and influences of image based/visual/non-verbal communication, as compared to written and spoken language.
In today's "Think Again" conversation, host Randy Harris and guest Keith Whelpley explore some of the linguistic, emotional and cognitive forces in play when we use slogans, hash-tags, and bumper-sticker language. We examine and question the potential for spawning inaccurate assumptions (cognitive shortcuts) that may actually impede genuinely effective responses to genuinely serious issues.
On today's "Think Again" host Randy Harris and guest Kay Lilley explore the characteristics of how we think and how we use language; in ways that either bring us closer - or push us apart. The conversation is an evaluation in part, of assumptions, sweeping generalizations and more. Kay brings particular insight to considerations of how we wrestle with our own fears and discomforts - our discomfort with looking within and without - and how we might learn to understand that discomfort, face it, overcome it, and move forward.
Today's program features a conversation between host Randy Harris and guest Bob Hearn, exploring and comparing "scientific" and "intuitive" thinking. The first intends to produce "provable" results usually related to the physical world. The second intends to illuminate perspectives on timeless human questions most often deemed "unknowable".
Hosts Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley are back in the studio, socially distanced, discussing the process of finding that steady state of equilibrium in our lives called emotional homeostasis. Joined by guest callers they explore finding that state of balance that makes a difference.
Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley host KTAL-LP's own MaryAnn Digman to discuss how the Covid-19 Pandemic challenges our thinking about public health, politics, fear, and the impulse to deny what we have not experienced before. Despite technical difficulties -- over remote phone links -- they bring a thoughtful perspective on dealing with the Covid-19 Pandemic and offer comparisons to the 1918 Influenza Pandemic. MaryAnn is the host of the Coronavirus Update heard Monday's at 9am.
Host Randy Harris and longtime co-host Keith Whelpley are back in the studio (socially distanced) for a live program, their first since the start of the Covid-19 shutdown. With the election behind us, and the pandemic still in full force, they discuss Anxiety and how it is shaping how we think in these current times.
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