Tuesday People

Tuesday People

Host Mitch Albom, author of the worldwide No. 1 bestseller Tuesdays With Morrie, explores the themes he and his old professor spoke about as Morrie was leaving the world, and how they relate to leading a better life. An interactive show with listener and occasional guest participation, “Tuesday People” is a community interested in knowing what matters in life, keeping that in perspective, and applying it to make our days happier and more fulfilling.... Show More

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October 20, 2020 46 min
Patricia Heaton, the Emmy Award–winning star of Everybody Loves Raymond, The Middle, and most recently, Carol’s Second Act, is one of TV’s most recognizable and beloved moms. This week, she joins Mitch Albom and the Tuesday People Podcast to talk about her book, "Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention."  Through her own second-act experience, Heaton became curious about other people’s stories of second-act transi...
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Olympic champion, Scott Hamilton, joins Mitch Albom on this week's episode of the Tuesday People podcast to discuss his latest project, Live Your Days. In a world of hustle, distraction, and busyness, Live Your Days is a call to presentness. It's about embracing the fact that we don't control the number of days we have on this earth; we only control what we do with them. It's a challenge to decide what living means ...
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Schadenfreude is defined as pleasure derived by someone from another person's misfortune. The recent news has brought this topic into the spotlight and, on today's episode, Mitch Albom discusses this phenomenon with his guest, Barnard and Columbia University professor, Colin Leach. Professor Leach explains the difference between Schadenfreude and it's lesser known cousin, Genugtuug, and how we can identify situations wh...
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September 29, 2020 35 min
On today's episode of the Tuesday People Podcast, Mitch Albom and co-host Lisa Goich are joined by a Delaware mother to discuss the challenges she, and so many other mothers are facing, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and at-home schooling. The lines are firmly drawn in the sand: One side are the mothers who, under no circumstances, want their children going back to school until it's safe to do so. On the other, mothers who se...
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When was the last time you apologized to someone you only casually knew? When we think about saying we're sorry, we usually begin with the people we are closest to: our spouses, our parents, our siblings, our children and close friends. Rarely does apologizing extend beyond those outside our tight inner circle. Using the principles of atonement, as practiced at this time during the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, host Mitch Albom...
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When Mitch Albom and Morrie Schwartz met at the end of Morrie's life – in a series of visits that ended up becoming the bestselling memoir, "Tuesdays With Morrie" – Morrie asked a single favor of Mitch: "I want you to come visit me at my grave." It was a request that Mitch has honored almost every time he has visited Boston over the past 25 years. Morrie's request, however, came with some special instruction...
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On this week's Tuesday People podcast, family time continues as Morrie's youngest son, Rob Schwartz, joins Mitch Albom from Tokyo, sharing his personal stories and insights about his father. From Morrie's initial diagnosis, to the article in the Boston Globe that led to an interview with Ted Koppel on Nightline, that ultimately led to the worldwide phenomenon that became "Tuesdays With Morrie," Rob discusses wha...
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On this week's Tuesday People Episode, Mitch Albom talks to Morrie Schwartz's oldest son, Jonathan, about life with Morrie, what it was like growing up having Morrie as his father, and what it's like now seeing Morrie live on so many years after his death through the book, film, play and this podcast. Jonathan brings an interesting and touching perspective to a side of Morrie we don't often hear about. Learn more ab...
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What happens when a family member - like a brother or a sister - takes ill or has a difficult challenge in their life and your inclination is to pull closer to them, but their inclination is to pull away? What's the right amount of love to give to those in their time of need? How can you be a good, loyal family member when someone in your family is rejecting your kindness? Do you expect your family members to be there for you ...
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On today's episode we celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the publication of the bestselling memoir of all time, "Tuesdays With Morrie." Author Mitch Albom, discusses the early days of this beloved book, and how Morrie's wisdom has been influencing readers for nearly a quarter of a century. We will also hear from Morrie Schwartz - in his own words - as he discusses the difference between being willing to talk about yo...
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On this week's episode of Tuesday People, author Mitch Albom, and co-host Lisa Goich - along with the evergreen wisdom of Mitch's beloved former professor, Morrie Schwartz - discuss the subject of intuition. How intuitive are you? Have you ever had a voice in your head that has detoured you from trouble? Led you to a life-changing decision? Do you follow that voice when it talks? Or do you ignore it? Join us as we delve int...
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August 4, 2020 35 min
You are preparing for your epitaph right now. What do you want your last words to be? What words do you want to be remembered by? On today's episode, Mitch Albom, along with producer Lisa Goich - and words and wisdom from Mitch's beloved professor, Morrie Schwartz - discuss the importance of living your "last words" every day. It's the words and deeds we practice today, that we will be remembered tomorrow. Learn...
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On today's episode of the Tuesday People Podcast, Mitch Albom talks to world-renowned grief expert, David Kessler about grief and his latest book, inspired by the sudden loss of his 21-year-old son, "Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief." In this groundbreaking new work, David Kessler—an expert on grief, and the coauthor with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross of the iconic "On Grief and Grieving"—journeys beyond the cl...
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The late Congressman John Lewis spent six decades of his life fighting for civil rights. He never wavered in his beliefs and fought for those rights until the end. As we celebrate his life on this week's Tuesday People Podcast, host Mitch Albom - with inspiration from the voice of his beloved professor, Morrie Schwartz - discusses ways you can make a difference standing up for the things you strongly believe in. One small voice...
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Mitch Albom talks about the many versions of heaven that give us comfort, and how he and Morrie spoke about what comes next, and how it influences us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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On today's episode of Tuesday People, Mitch Albom - through the wisdom and voice of his beloved professor Morrie Schwartz - discusses silence and the value of silence, and how it leads to an inevitable adjacent activity: listening. It's tough not to listen when you're not talking, because your ears take over. Conversely, it's very easy not to listen when you are talking, because when you are talking, your mind is de...
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Think about the last time you hugged somebody who wasn't in your home. When was the last time you shook someone's hand? When did you last lean in to give a friend a kiss on the cheek to say goodbye? The current pandemic has changed our lives exponentially, and human touch is, perhaps, one of the hardest things we have had to give up because of this quarantine. On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch...
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On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, we will continue last week's discussion on how to be the person you want to be when it seems that everybody is telling you who you ought to be. Twenty-five years ago, when Tuesday People host Mitch Albom was interviewing his beloved professor, Morrie Schwartz, Morrie laid out a 5-step lesson plan to becoming a more fulfilled human being on your own terms. We're going to ...
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We're all feeling so many raw emotions right now. From COVID-19, to societal and racial unrest, to economic hardship - it sometimes feels as if the world has hit a wall and we're all trying to figure out how to come out of this a whole human being. On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, we will discuss how to be the person you want to be when it seems that everybody is telling you who you ought to be. Twenty-...
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How can human beings of all races, religions, and political affiliations navigate all of the conversations going on in the world today? How can we as a human race, be true to ourselves while showing compassion and sensitivity toward others? On today's episode of the Tuesday People Podcast, Mitch Albom and producer Lisa Goich—with special words of wisdom from Mitch's beloved professor, Morrie Schwartz—discuss the importance ...
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