Motivation is a funny thing. We often talk about it with the assumption others understand our meaning.
An Auspicious Intro,
We (Keith and I) had the wonderful fortune of seeing The Golden Age By Alanna Airitam via cell phone in July of 2017.
This weeks’ blog post is very different than weeks past. This week we are publishing thoughts from a Villager that we thought to be insightful.
As Rodney mentioned in his blog regarding our conversation with Shye Eaze, our follow-up structure has changed.
No one wants to be left behind. We want to be part of the group, the family, the community, the society.
Close your eyes and envision a scenario; figuratively, of course. Envision you own a white car. This car is a good car.
We’ve decided to do away with follow up episodes and focus on bringing more content from more guests.
It’s a weird path to optimism. The idea of it seems naïve. See, I grew up in a culture that didn’t promote optimism.
Sometimes I lack the motivation to write about the topics that we tend to cover on our podcast.
In the past 5 years there has been an increased awareness of the digital impact on socialization.
We have some very awesome and comfy shirts with this extremely dope phrase on them: Be Brave Enough To Start A Conversation
Rodney first said “This is our social experiment”. I’ll be honest, when he did, it caught me off guard. But I liked it.
Originally I was going to write a post with the title “The Silence is Deafening”.
Given the growth of our content, we find it difficult to provide a recorded update. I love the idea Rodney had to blog instead.
It's been a while since we've given an update. Today I'll take you behind the scenes and give my perspective on where we are.
John McCain: “…Whether we think each other right or wrong in our views on the issues of the day,
Ok, she’s mixed but saying white and black is an over-simplification. She’s actually Irish, German, and Lebanese on her mom’s side.
Erika is a woman who works on citizen re-entry into the general population. She and I recently had a conversation about the limitations of the re-entry ecosystem.
You’re probably wondering what Starbucks has to do with an amygdala or even dog poop? No, I’m not going to talk about caffeine or compare their coffee to canine fecal matter.
I always struggle with the thought that I have no place doing what we are doing. After all, who am I to be doing this podcast?
To share or not to share, that is the question. I find that I often struggle to engage in conversation when difficult or complex topics come up when we’re not recording.
It’s funny how we often tell ourselves how easy it would be to act in a given situation if we were to encounter something unusual to our daily lives.
I’ve been a fan of Star Wars since before I was born, or so my dad will tell you. It’s probably true, I love both sci-fi and fantasy in all mediums.
Those of you that have listened to our podcast know that I can be a bit, well let’s just say random.
Rodney and I recently had a conversation regarding the discomfort of sharing thoughts on the matters we discuss in the podcast.
Excited to finally be live with Under the Skin. It has been almost a year of effort to get off the ground.