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Change Something Podcast
6 minutes | Jul 2, 2020
Season 1 Finale: The Most Important Lesson I Have Learned So Far and Your Sneak Peak of Season 2!
Its been an incredible 14 episodes, 3 months, and first season! In this season finale, I share the most important lesson I learned from season 1, and give you two sound bites from season 2! When does season 2 kick off? Come find out! Reach me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
24 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
Beyond Hashtags: How One Bi-racial Family Journeys Through BLM - Carl and Liz Fisher Interview (Part 1: BLM Special)
This is part 1 of 2 interviews, attempting to humanize the conversation around BLM. Come listen as one family shares their trauma, and how they are choosing to raise their 3 kids. You do not want to miss this episode. Resources mentioned: Adultification Article (example): https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/17/parenting/adultification-black-girls.html Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience by Sheila Wise Rowe
14 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bears Free Lance Photographer -Darren Georgia Interview
What makes a great photo? How can you change the story of your community through pictures? Come listen to Darren Georgia, who had an unlikely journey from comedy to taking pictures for Major League Baseball and Major League Football. This conversation was a breath of fresh air. http://www.darrengeorgiaphotography.com/
12 minutes | May 29, 2020
How To Turn Your Hobby Into...Changing Your City (A Story) - Eric Ortega Interview
You did what?! From laying out a chess game at Starbucks to hosting the #18 ranked, United States Grandmaster of Chess in a tournament he birthed, come listen to how Eric is leveraging his hobby for the good of the city. Eric also shares two practical tips on how to move from hobby to city changer, and two inspiring stories you do not want to miss.
16 minutes | May 21, 2020
An Incredible Way To Say "I Love You" - Foster Parent, Gretchen Knowlton Interview
How many kids are in foster care in 2020?! Wait...what would happen if everyone who thought about becoming a foster parent actually did so?! Are Foster parents getting rich off the system? Don't miss this one. I personally gained and learned so much. Plus, May is Foster Care Awareness month!
15 minutes | May 14, 2020
Beyond Hearing Part 2: Twista's Viral ASL Video, Access As a Right, and Ordering Pizza - Interpreter, Heather Hanson Interview
Is access a right? Why is it wrong to share a video of an ASL interpreter signing at Twista's concert? Come listen to Heather Hanson talk about Twista, vulnerable conversations, and the difference between novelty and access. Free ASL Resources - Gallaudet University [PODBEAN: Full transcript for the Deaf and HoH or those who prefer written format available here] Itunes/Spotify/Googleplay Transcript access: www.changesomethingpod.wordpress.com
18 minutes | May 7, 2020
Beyond Hearing: Understanding Deaf Culture - Deaf Teacher & Deaf Person, Jiyoung Jou Interview
Deaf culture has its own flare, beliefs and structures. What are they? What do hearing people not understand? How are medical interventions such as cochlear implant viewed within the deaf community? What is "deaf space?" Come find out! Yes, we go two minutes over, but there are some insights you do not want to miss. [Full transcript for the Deaf and HoH or those who prefer written format available here]
16 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
Treat Yourself? Is That Right? Or Is There A Better Way? - Peter Park Interview
VP-Financial Consultant for Charles Schwab shares a counter-intuitive thought about giving money away, shares the key to liberation, and provides a tip about how to get out of debt for the good of our communities.
16 minutes | Apr 23, 2020
ICU Nurse Makes Life Changing Decisions - Marla (COVID-19 Special)
Would you social distance from your 16 month old and 3 year old to serve your community? An ICU nurse and a mom of two gives front line updates about what she is seeing, what immense sacrifices she is making to keep us safe, and what tip she would offer someone who says they do not need to social distance. You don’t want to miss this episode.
12 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
Navigating Remote Learning, Exhaling, And The Importance of Staying Connected - Special Ed. Teacher, Kaylee Lawrence (Covid-19 Special)
There are 56 million students in America, and 12 million students without access to internet. A Special Ed. teacher shares how her school is providing internet to low income students, dialogues about the tweens/teens that are easily forgotten, and her best tip on how you can know you (and your child) are on the right track during r-learning.
14 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
Leveraging Hollywood For The Good Of The City - Kamilla (Victoria Park) on The Flash Interview
Do you want a 14 min break from COVID? Victoria Park (The Flash) answers: how she knew acting was her passion, how long it takes to film a 40 minute episode, what tip about what to do if you feel "stuck", and how she chooses storytelling and kindness in her job for the good of her city!
12 minutes | Apr 2, 2020
How To Lead Through Crisis and Seeing Each Other As Human - CEO, Donna Lee Interview (Covid-19 Special)
CEO/Founder of Brown Bag Seafood Company (7 locations in Chicago), shares about the vibrant restaurant scene in Chicago, tips about how to lead a team through economic crisis, what it means to see each other as human (providing rent reduction), and one way we can support 30 million small business owners in light of COVID-19.
16 minutes | Mar 29, 2020
Hand Sanitizer Shortage, Unpacking Supply/Demand and Coronavirus - Trucker, John Miller Interview (COVID-19 Special)
What's going on with the supply and demand of our grocers in light of COVID19? Is there enough toilet paper and milk? Truck driver, John Miller, not only shares with us his observations from the front line, but how we might encourage the 9 million employees connected to our trucking industry for the good of our cities. [I apologize for some of the sound bugs in our recording]
13 minutes | Mar 27, 2020
How The Body Responds To Fear - Chiropractor, Dr. John Artis Interview (COVID-19 Special)
Dr. John Artis shares practical tips to lower your anxiety in the midst of COVID-19 through stretching, guided meditation, and explains how digital consumption detaches us from our body. Also, find out about "text-neck" syndrome. Email: email@example.com Free e-book: The Low Back Pain Report - Dr. John Artis
15 minutes | Mar 27, 2020
How The Brain Responds To Fear - Psychologist, Dr. Jessica Pae Interview (COVID-19 Special)
Dr. Pae unpacks how fear is a "neutral" feeling, breathing techniques to lessen anxiety, apps that we can upload to our phone, and how to discuss COVID 19 with our kids. Apps mentioned: Breath2Relax. Calm. Head Space. [FULL TRANSCRIPT-for the deaf, HoH and those who want access]
1 minutes | Mar 21, 2020
How We Will Change the World (Episode Zero)
I believe in three truths: 1. You want to live your best life. 2. You want to see your city change for good. 3. You want to hear how others are doing it, so that you can leverage your life to help others. If this is you. This is your podcast—the Change Something Podcast. [FULL TRANSCRIPT-for the deaf, HoH and those who want access]
1 minutes | Mar 21, 2020
The First Three Episodes Preview: Clinical Psychologist, Hand Sanitizer Truck Driver, Licensed Chiropractor
In our first three episodes, and in light of the corona virus, we will interview a clinical psychologist and ask how fear affects our brains and receive some tips and tools, a licensed chiropractor about how fear affects our bodies and receive some tips and tools, and a trucker who transports our hand sanitizer and what myth he would debunk about food and supply shortage. Tune in to not only live your best life, but to gain insight about how we might live for the good of our cities.
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