Join me for weekly conversations with people young and old, famous and not-so-famous, from a wide variety of backgrounds — all having in common that they have experienced the power of language in their lives, work, and happiness. Their stories will teach, inspire, and move you.
Each episode has questions and statements to get you thinking. (Transcripts are provided, too.) And in each case, I’ve asked my guest to provide a specific invitation to YOU, the listener, to consider in your life and work. Let me know, please, what you learned, what you were challenged by, and what you’d like to share about your experiences and insights. Enter the conversation!
Are you curious about how Language connects communities and cultures? I invite you to my YouTube channel to experience, enjoy and absorb conversations and video thoughts about the nature and impact of languages and cultures.
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You have an immense talent to draw the best from your participants.
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