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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March 2, 2021 35 min
We never get over childhood trauma. It stays with us years beyond the moments we first lived it. On today's episode of the Tuesday People Podcast, host Mitch Albom and producer Lisa Goich discuss how unresolved childhood trauma may be affecting your life today in ways you may not even realize. We hear from Morrie - in his own words - about how the loss of his mother at a very young age, brought up deep sadness, even in his fina...
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February 23, 2021 39 min
What are the most important things you surround yourself with? What would you risk your life to take with you if faced with an impending emergency? What possessions could you live without? On today’s episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom – along with recorded wisdom by Mitch’s beloved former professor Morrie Schwartz – discusses the storms that have hit Texas and other parts of the country this past week, and how ...
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On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, we discuss the afterlife. What happens next? Where do we go after we're done here on Earth? Do we continue on, or is this our moment to make the best of who we are while we can? The great thinkers have been pondering this since the beginning of time. And on this episode, we hear Morrie Schwartz, in his own words, discussing his thoughts on the question in his final days - wh...
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February 9, 2021 36 min
What is your "dancing?" What is that one thing you're holding yourself back from because of the fear of judgement from others? Why are you allowing the outside echo to prevent you from having inside joy? On today's episode of the Tuesday People Podcast, host Mitch Albom - along with words of wisdom from the dance master himself, Morrie Schwartz - talks about this voice inside of us that sometimes prevents us from do...
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February 2, 2021 42 min
Have you ever wondered how some people can stay so cool under pressure, while others escalate to a state of frenzy over the smallest things? On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom, along with producer Lisa Goich, discuss the secret to serenity and how to work composure into your daily life by simply grounding yourself in the universe and, in the words of Morrie Schwartz, "Understanding yourself. ...
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January 26, 2021 36 min
Do you allow yourself to accept love? Do you find it's much easier to give love than to receive? On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom, along with words of wisdom from his beloved professor Morrie Schwartz, talks about the three obstacles that prevent people from opening themselves up to love, and how to find your way around the ifs and buts, to accept love without the discomfort that sometimes ...
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Do you feel stuck? Stagnant? More inflexible in your life than you'd like to be? On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom - along with producer Lisa Goich, with words of wisdom from Mitch's beloved professor Morrie Schwartz - discusses how coming out of a brutal 2020 is the perfect time to stretch yourself to even greater heights in 2021. Hear through Morrie's own words how to go about open...
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It's hard to keep your balance during these troubling times. One person shouting over here, and another person shouting over there, people aren't hearing one another over their own voices and the constant barrage of news. On today's episode of the Tuesday People Podcast, host Mitch Albom discusses how to find the pure things in your life to focus on: a child, an animal, nature, or a walk in the woods. Coming together wi...
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“To err is human; to forgive divine.” But what if the person who hurt you most refuses to apologize or express any regret? That’s the question haunting Manhattan journalist, and today's guest, Susan Shapiro as they discuss her latest book, "The Forgiveness Tour: How to Find the Perfect Apology." On this new year episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom and Susan Shapiro dig deep into how to ask for forgiv...
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December 29, 2020 45 min
Though this pandemic has undeniably been tragic to so many worldwide on so many levels, it has brought us closer as families, has given us new appreciation for our homes, loved ones and life, and has made us aware of the preciousness of a simple human touch. On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast we discuss the blessings we've found in 2020, and encourage you in our Tuesday People community, to think about all tha...
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On this special pre-holiday Tuesday People episode, we take a look at some of the things that we believed when we were children and ask, why don't we still believe them today? Why, as adults, do these things go away? And, is there a way to bring that childlike wonder and belief system into your adult life at this time of the year? Using five examples, host Mitch Albom, along with producer Lisa Goich, walk through the scenarios ...
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On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom notes how there's still one big thing you can determine in this year of losing control: how generous you want to be. Albom recaps his annual SAY Detroit Radiothon benefitting the many programs that help the needy in Detroit, and talks about how people donated this year in record-breaking fashion. Why? Mitch explains his theory that controlling our generosity...
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It's December. And for many that means the Holiday Blahs are knocking at your door. That sadness that rolls around at this time of the year hiding behind shiny wrapping paper and every commercial selling diamonds and cars and gifts that are unattainable to most. Though happy holiday songs may send the message of "the most wonderful time of the year," for many, it's not. On today's episode of the Tuesday People p...
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On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, Mitch talks with Coach Mike Bayer - a New York Times best selling author and personal development coach - about his latest book, "One Decision." It is estimated that we make approximately 35,000 decisions every day. Right now, there is at least one decision we can make that will have a powerful ripple effect across all aspects of our life. But One Decision isn't abou...
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November 24, 2020 36 min
On this week's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, we discuss gratitude, and how this year's pandemic is affecting family gatherings all over the country. Instead of aunts and uncles and cousins and kids gathering to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday together, most people will be in their respective homes dining with one or two people, or their immediate families. Through Mitch Albom's conversations with his beloved...
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November 17, 2020 39 min
On today's Tuesday People episode, we talk about getting past the fear of being too soft. Mitch Albom, with the help of words of wisdom from his beloved former professor, Morrie Schwartz, discusses how important it is that we rise above mandates like, "you gotta toughen up!" and reach the point where we can value sensitivity. Not just in our beloved aunts and aged spiritual leaders - where you expect to find it - but in...
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Today's episode of the Tuesday People Podcast marks the year anniversary of our show, and the 25th anniversary of the passing of Morrie Schwartz. To help us tell the story of where it all began, former Nightline senior producer, Richard Harris, joins us to share his memories of Morrie, and how he was instrumental in bringing the infamous "Morrie Schwartz" interview with Ted Koppel to air. You'll hear never-before-to...
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Morrie Schwartz died three days before Election Day in 1995. Had Morrie been alive to see this year's election, he most likely would have been less concerned about who got into the White House than how we behaved once the election was over. Media has fueled politics. And politics has put quite a dent in humanity. On today's Tuesday People episode we discuss the importance of being accountable for our own behavior and puttin...
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How would "Tuesdays With Morrie" have ended up if it took place during this pandemic? If Mitch and Morrie met virtually, through a computer screen, instead of in person every Tuesday, sitting close to one another? That's the question Mitch brings to this week's show. With students and teachers meeting daily over the Internet, how does this affect the students? The teachers? The learning process as a whole? Can learn...
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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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