Numbers count, your voice matters, and the resistance is REAL!
Ken Goldstein thanks our outgoing president for his leadership and inspiration to lift humanity.
Do you really want feedback, or do ask because you want someone to tell you that what you are pitching is wonderful?
Because it should be a celebration of, well, something.
Ask Donald Trump to speak definitively on diversity and inclusion.
Courage is only real when you oppose the tyranny of the majority and risk losing something for what others can have later.
Want to know what an unaccountable, menacing, totalitarian dictator looks and sounds like? Play back the second presidential debate and watch the man who seeks the United States presidency exhibit his version of democracy and visionary leadership.
What happens when foster children enter the world at age 18 with no support services? There can either be a path to homelessness, or a path to optimism. Let’s choose the latter.
But then again, if what you say really matters, it shouldn’t offend anyone.
About three years ago I published my first novel, This Is Rage. It’s been an amazing journey, including creative development and four public readings of my stage adaptation. Now we have something additionally exciting to announce: the first three episodes of a podcast adaptation.We made it easy for you to find either on iTunes or at the online home that…
We wake up to news that the prior night an innocent person was killed at point-blank range. We come back from lunch to news of a mass shooting in a public gathering place. We drive home from work but have to go around downtown because there’s a bomb scare. We sit down to dinner and…
An original video series by The Good Men Project: Once again, the voices of today’s dads are sparking a conversation.
Education changes lives and minds of people. Ken Goldstein asks you to join him in making the stride to increase opportunities of learning.
Bernie can take his seat at that table. It is a good seat. But he has to do it now. Let’s #HarnessTheBern
There are few men as influential and multi-talented as Andy Grove.
Without a set of shared values, argues Ken Goldstein, we can’t talk with, argue with or perhaps even live with the other side. And then what?