A series of conversations where we explore every aspect of human interaction, and provoke each other to do life well.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about accountability. There's self-accountability and then there's mutual accountability. Listen in to hear what strengths (and weaknesses) are associated with mutual accountability.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about the benefits of "open-ended questions" and the best ways to keep a conversation engaging and interactive. Have you ever asked a question, got a yes/no answer and, then, silence? How do you keep a person interested in talking with you? Listen in to hear four key tips that will enhance your communications with others.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall explore the theory of 'complexity bias'.? As the expression goes, why do we make mountains out of molehills?? Are you an over-thinker?? Do you feel sometimes it's hard to make a decision?? How do you simplify your life?
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In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about what it means to be competitive. What does it look like, when is it healthy and when is it not healthy? They talk about how to enjoy being competitive in a way that helps you excel without feelings of negativity towards others.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall conclude their conversation on Ancient Greek Love. What does it mean to have a crush on someone? What is self-love so important? What is toxic love and how do you know you're in an unhealthy relationship? And find out why unconditional love is a choice but can be a difficult choice to make. This episode is an extended version.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about four of the eight different types of ancient Greek love that you find amongst friends, families and lovers. Part 1: Philia, Pragma, Storge and Eros.
The article that inspired this conversation can be read here.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall continue their conversation about the six most common family dynamics; as well as the strengths and weaknesses of these different family types. In part 2, they talk about the final three: childless family, stepfamily and grandparent family.
The article that inspired this conversation can be read here:
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about the six most common family dynamics and the strengths and weaknesses of these different family types. In part 1, they talk about the first three: nuclear, single and extended. How would you describe your upbringing?
The article that inspired this conversation can be read here.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about the five love languages: words of affirmation, receiving gifts, quality time, physical touch and acts of service. What order would you place these in for yourself? Brenda and Karen talk about the different ways you can love others through these five love languages.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about who you are when no one's watching; and share stories about others who have had a profound impact on their lives without the people even knowing it. What if, when you're being your natural self, you're impacting the lives of strangers? What if you're making a difference without even trying to make a difference? What if you can live a purpose-filled life b...
In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall share the life-changing influence you can have on another person's life when you pass to them the baton; the incredible impact there is when you choose to invest your talent and strengths for the sake of someone else's growth and success. And equally impacting is when you choose to pursue someone as a mentor for your personal growth and the long lasting relatio...
In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about why we don't always finish what we start; especially when it's something we want to finish! Listen in as they describe different forms of procrastination and ways to overcome blocks you might be experiencing.
In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about their favourite four letter F word... FOOD! Listen in as Karen quizzes Brenda on some fun food facts, and how eating together bonds us together. Whether you're a flexitarian, vegetarian or vegan, we look at all types of styles of cooking. Let's build community through food.
In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about the three different ways people show or express their stress: I get quiet. I get busy. I get honest. Which one are you? Listen to hear what each one means and also some practical ways to minimize the stress in your life.
In this week's episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about Imposter Syndrome. What it is, their relation to it, and how you can combat the feelings that mark it, such as feeling like a fraud.
In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about how to navigate uncomfortable disagreements' why disagreeing is valuable; and tools that can help us disagree with each other without jeopardizing relationships.
In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about dance, their connection to it, and why they believe that everybody is a good dancer.
"Slow and steady wins the race" is one of the more popular interpretations of Aesop's Fables Tortoise and The Hare. In today's episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall use the tale of Tortoise and Hare as a catalyst to discuss the different energies we approach things with and how deepening our understanding of these energies helps create stronger relationships.
In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about the various stages of friendship and how to thrive in each category. What is the difference between being friendly and being a friend? Are there different levels of friendship? If so, how does it apply to your life? Listen in as Brenda and Karen use colors to depict unique forms of friendship.
Ummm, like, so, do you use a lot of filler words? If so, this is the episode for you! In this Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about filler words - how we can lessen our fillers, alternate options, and why being aware of the words you use can help strengthen bonds. Hint: it has to do with rapport!
Join Paris Hilton each week as she speaks candidly with her friends and family, the hottest in movies, music, and television, innovators, creators, newsmakers, and icons. Paris will sit down for edgy, in depth conversations with a multitude of unexpected guests. She will interview people in a way that only Paris can. Questions and topics that are surprising and unanticipated. Honest, fun, open, inspiring and unpredictable. Loves it. Paris Hilton is an influencer, DJ, designer, recording artist, philanthropist, host, actress, model and author. Now, you can get closer and more personal than ever with Paris each week. This is Paris.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.
ALL THE SMOKE pairs two of the most outspoken and controversial players of their time. Known as fiery, intense competitors during their on-court careers, Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson are now two of the most widely respected voices by today’s crop of NBA stars. Serving as mentors to numerous players throughout the league and with their hands firmly on the pulse of the game, they have first-hand insight into the minds, lives and pressing issues facing today’s players. Barnes and Jackson, who have played alongside two generations of All-Stars, will dish on the latest news and drama from on and off the court without boundaries.
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