A two-part chat where I explain the origin story of The Joy Pusher and what makes the music and memory game, Song Saga, so special.
The Song Saga story of how one “young man” started getting postcards from the Village People.
If you’re a multipotentialite or polymath, or if you have no idea what those words mean, you will enjoy this episode of the Polymath podcast.
Despite the ever-increasing number of threats to their existence like plastics, petroleum, JetSkis, ghost nets, and hungry sharks, they continually play to the top of their intelligence.
One thing is for sure, just as there are endless types of candy, they are also endless types of people who love it. And love it differently. We all have different tastes formed by our unique cultural experiences and differences.
The basic rules of human behaviour around communication, collaboration, teamwork, listening, and building on each others’ ideas, can be almost as complicated as tax law.
Now more than ever we need elected officials who can bring people together. Who can work together. And who can make meaningful and fast change.
No matter how good one might get at fighting off fists and feathers, there have been times throughout history when tickling was intentionally used as torture.
Just because you can doesn’t always mean you should. Learning to do everything on your own takes time, energy, and definitely drains your batteries.
Deanna Kuempel says, “to live your best life, live label-free.” We live up to that ideal in this nearly impossible to categorise episode of Label Free.
Finally, I found a box I fit in with a label that makes me proud to be a “specialist in generalism.”
Perry Knoppert and I chat about what it means to discover you’re multipotentialite, and what it means to be one.
Learn how one of my best gifts became the worst, the origin story of Laugh Masters Academy and Song Saga, and more.