The very sound of the word love, like the human experience, has remained as steady as the human need over millennia.
“It’s About Language” guest Jenni Kilmore shares how language teaching, educational resources, and personal connections transform individuals and communities.
In this episode with Jenni Kilmore, we ask how we find our focus, our purpose, our connection, and our sphere of influence through the power of language.
How language warns us to find the true focus of our lives & society, in urgent times. Are we distracted by the blurry parts of the picture?
In this episode we go on a language pilgrimage to find and connect with ourselves and others, especially to practice mutual support and compassion in tough times.
“It’s About Language” guest Josh Barinstein shares his transformation of life and relationships by using language to go “under the surface.”
In this episode we go under the surface of our experiences to find the language that brings insight and healing to ourselves and others.
A delightful response to my Tuna Salad Challenge from Parthena Draggett prompts more insights for us all.
Loving, learning, living, and sharing language is what John Carlino was all about.
My invitation throughout this podcast is to reflect on your own personal “novel” – the story of your life as reflected in the roles and impact of language on you, the chief protagonist.
Here’s an invitation to a tuna salad challenge – lets’ help a world on stand-off mode understand the nature and promise of diversity and culture.
Let’s use language to scatter nourishing birdseed for all (and not work so hard trying to get our proverbial ducks in rows.)
“It’s About Language” starts the new year looking both back at the past year, and ahead toward the new, with Retrospective 2: Language, the Doorway.
“It’s About Language” celebrates one year with a retrospective that highlights podcast guests’ moving and practical insights in the world of work and service.
Listening is a leadership skill for all. In Episode 48, Jacque Merritt, Senior Workplace Consultant for Gallup joins Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting to identify the why and how of transformative, healing listening.
“It’s About Language” guest Jacque Merritt shares why and how to listen, a pathway to successful and sustainable societies, relationships, and businesses.
In Episode 47, Shawn Slakk shares with Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting how we can all open doors to achievement, self-awareness, and hope through the power of language.
“It’s About Language” guest Shawn Slakk demonstrates that an open mind and heart are the foundations for multilingualism and effective advocacy for a connected world.
In Episode 46, Chaz Volk, founder of Mr Thrive Media, shares with Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting how building a network of trust uses the power of language and relationship to change lives for the better.
“It’s About Language” guest Chaz Volk is founder and owner of Mr Thrive Media, the producer of this podcast, and developer of effective language and pathways for media creatives and young people.
What does it mean to “free up” language? In this fun and insightful conversation, guest Florencia Henshaw and host Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting explore how “loosening control” can power up our development of and relationship with the living organism of language.
“It’s About Language” guest Florencia Henshaw is a national leader in world language education and in teacher preparation.
In this powerful conversation (Episode 44), Michael Liebowitz shares with Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting how to find the words for our key belief to bring our own message to the world.
Michael Liebowitz is my guest for Episode 44. Read his bio to learn more about what he does and the valuable work his company, Mind Magnetizer, does.
Dr. Leslie Baldwin, my guest for episode 43, is an educator, a leader of a world language organization, and an author. Learn more about Leslie and check out her suggested resources.