Monthly Archives: February 2010

Web Extras

Web Extra: Kim John Payne

Kim John Payne
Kim John Payne

This is the full interview with educator and therapist Kim John Payne about Simplicity Parenting: Using the Extraordinary Power of Less to Raise Calmer, Happier and More Secure Kids.

You can find the whole show here.

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Podcast

Raising Decent, Secure, and Happy Kids

Kim John Payne
Kim John Payne
Rafe Esquith
Rafe Esquith

Celebrated elementary school teacher Rafe Esquith talks about his book, Lighting Their Fires: Raising Extraordinary Children in a Mixed-up World. And we talk with educator and therapist Kim John Payne about Simplicity Parenting: Using the Extraordinary Power of Less to Raise Calmer, Happier and More Secure Kids. Continue reading

Podcast

Money, Rights and the Value of Nothing

Raj Patel
Raj Patel
Samba Gadjigo
Samba Gadjigo

Raj Patel talks about his best-seller, THE VALUE OF NOTHING. It’s about reshaping market society and redefining democracy. Mount Holyoke College film prof Samba Gadjigo tells us about his community-based learning project, Africa Through African Eyes. And we hear a clip from next week’s show: Kim John Payne on SIMPLICITY PARENTING. Continue reading

Podcast

Changing The World With Social Media?

chris brogan
Chris Brogan
Dom Sagolla
Dom Sagolla

Twitter founder Dom Sagolla talks about his style guide to Twitter, 140 CHARACTERS. And social media expert Chris Brogan tells us about his book, TRUST AGENTS. It’s about how to use the Web to build your influence, improve your reputation and create trust. Continue reading

Podcast

Our Last Chance To Save Humanity

Dr. James Hansen
Dr. James Hansen

Climate scientist Dr. James Hansen talks about STORMS OF MY GRANDCHILDREN. It’s about climate catastrophe and how we must — and can — prevent it. Richard Wilbur reads “Advice To A Prophet”. And we pay homage to Robert Parker and Howard Zinn, who both died in late January, 2010. Continue reading