Creating Accessibility of Thought

This may be the holy grail of communication.

The Worst I Ever Bombed: Brian Regan

Comedian Brian Regan talks about his early days of stand-up and the one response you never wanna get.

She Taught Him How to Find Meaning in All Those Little Flags

His daughter learned and then taught him the value in honoring the tradition of Memorial Day.

Stand On The Shoulders Of Others

Don’t be a leader who refuses to ask for help.

What if Young People Designed Their Own Learning?

Imagine a school with no year levels or set curriculum – could it work?

Passive Learning: The Forgotten Skill

Learning is only enjoyable when you remember to have fun with it.

Reading to Your Child: The Difference it Makes

Dads, you can make a difference in learning and development for your children when they read with you.

Supercharge Your Success with the Power of Goal-Setting

On this episode of The Go-Giver Podcast, influential podcaster John Lee Dumas shows you how to use goal-setting to achieve more success.

The Dueling Pianist Returns

On this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, John shares business advice and lessons he’s learned along the way.

What Roles Do You Play?

Husband. Father. Son. Friend. Colleague (or boss). Theresa Byrne looks at what it takes to succeed in the roles you play in life.

We Learn What We Feel

What motivates us to learn new things? It all comes down to how we feel about that which we wish to learn.

From the Club to the Classroom: All That Jazz is Good for the Kids

Jazz in the classroom not only teaches children to play instruments; they may also learn a range of essential life skills.

How Failure Can Help You Be More Successful

Hall-of-Fame quarterback and Hall-of-Fame entrepreneur Fran Tarkenton helps you use failure to propel you to greater success.

Learning To Let My Daughters Learn The Hard Way

In an effort to raise capable kids, it seems like I’m the one that needs to learn the most.

Children Love the Dumps

Much can be learned from detritus. For Stephen Scott Whitaker, the dump is where children can “study the worst of us.”

Daddying Up for the Kids

Why are dads more likely to see the value in a business conference than they are in a parenting conference?