The Possible Society in Motion

The Possible Society in Motion

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Engaging community conversations & storytelling with a purpose, working together to get to “Awe”. Hosted by Anastasia Rosen-Jones with co-host Jack Slattery.

On-Demand Episodes

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This episode intends to tie the ?Lean In Legacy Template? into our topic, ?Leaning In and The Building of A Non-Violent Culture? -- and -- the most significant findings, to date, from the New Horizons' sponsored Possible Human,... more
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?Who would have thought that the simple act of doing a radio show could lead to the unearthing of a hidden formula for overcoming one of today's most pressing societal problems; polarization?? Nonetheless this is exactly what has occurred... more
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What you say after you say ?hello? can make all the difference in the world as to the course your life path may take, win or lose, stressed Eric Berne, M.D.. Berne, the author of What Do You Say After You Say Hello?, also, authored... more
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(Programs rescheduled for both February 6 and 13 due to severe weather conditions.) As Anastasia and Jack continue the evolving of the Possible Society In Motion Radio Show into a teaching series, combining studied information,... more
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Anastasia and Jack Slattery start this show off where the last one ended. A quote from Helen Keller sets the foundation ?I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but my chief duty is to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and... more
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The topic for this episode is introduced by Jack Slattery, show co-host, with a quote from Helen Keller -- ?I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but my chief duty is to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.?... more
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Co-host, Jack Slattery, closed out the conference call portion of our last Possible Society In Motion Radio Show by offering a quote by Robert Pirsig from Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: by way of tying together various themes... more
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This episode draws on the previous show, "Leaning In As A Love Story."
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Journalist/free lance writer and author, G.M. (Mike) Corrigan, joins Anastasia and Jack for a lively conversation on Mike's Chasing Chickens: A Love Story. Presented as a metaphor for the "leaning in" that can bring our politics and... more
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