‘White fragility’ is a defensive response to real conversations about race.
Do you find yourself wanting to chat with people at an honest, real level yet can’t do it? Joe Rutland considers the power in having hard conversations that matter.
Is it not only to our benefit to know how to discuss important issues, but also, our responsibility? Chris HIcke says yes.
Steve Locke likes Facebook. But he is not willing to debate with anyone who thinks people who look like him are less than human. You cannot give racism an equal standing in a conversation without being racist.
David Shechtman urges us to look at what we can create out of Ferguson, and gives four action steps for how we can move forward together.
A conversation between Brian Rutter and a dad at a their kids softball game makes him wonder: Why all the judgment at a Saturday game?
All the most important, life-changing, powerful conversations require vulnerability, yet men are discouraged from even experimenting with the V-word.
Lou Aronica believes that we all need more of the talkin’ tribes. That is why he started Authors First—for writers and talkers.
Dillan DiGiovanni grew up with the myth that men don’t talk or share, and has (happily) found it to be untrue.
Nate Owens remembers the music he listened to in the car with his father, and the music that he listens to in the car with his own son.
Despite a difficult divorce, this dad vowed to be in his kids lives no matter what. Here’s how he fulfilled that promise. — As I received the touching Fathers Day messages this weekend from my[Read More…]
Nate Bagley continues is beautiful podcast series about what makes true love with an interview with Wes and Tara who are truly gleeful about their marriage.
Wellness expert, Jason Gootman, explores the idea that how you do one thing is how you do everything, particularly as it relates to how we eat.
Adventure, life lessons, and amazing experiences happened to this man through his travels. Here’s what he learned. — Spiritual growth and living in the moment—this is what I thought road trips were all about, but[Read More…]
Married as a teen, this woman learned how to not give up on her dreams despite getting pregnant and dropping out of high school. — Twenty-two years ago, I was 17 and pregnant. I found an alternative[Read More…]
The Boys in the Burbs are celebrating Independence Day! They’ve invited the neighbors, who are a bit —different.
You can be the “lone wolf” but you may be missing this important component to a success. — Like most days, I grab the mail out of the box out front and flip through it[Read More…]
How to cope with life’s unfair moments
As life throws curveballs and staggering headlines flood the media more than ever, GMP wants to know how you respond to negativity.
With student loan debt at an all-time high, it’s to discuss a better way to freedom. — American colleges and universities need to wake up and smell the coffee. Have you ever heard a person utter[Read More…]
Sarah Ann Winn celebrates the Fourth of July with a parade of images.
Once again, the eyes of the world have turned to the sport of soccer. As Japan and America fight in the World Cup Final on July 5th, we see signs of progress and back steps in this edition of the Friday Sports Dump.
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