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Career Day

What do you want to be, when you grow up? It’ s Career Day today on Stay Human – Terry O’Brien starts a new old career, Scott Stowell plans for the championship, and a story from Robert Jevne about what’s followed him through all his jobs. It’s not too late to grow up, if that’s what it takes to Stay Human.


Boozhoo Nanaboozhoo: Counting to Ten in Ojibwe

This week on Boozhoo Nanaboozhoo the Count from Sesame Street joins Nanaboozhoo and Natasha to learn how to count to ten in Ojibwe.
1 – Bezhig 6 – Ningodwaaswi
2 – Niizh 7 – Niizhwaaswi
3 – Niswi 8 – Ishwaaswi
4 – Niiwin 9 – Zhaangaswi
5 – Naanan 10 – Midaaswi


BOO302-ENCORE-SEEING OURSELVES CLEARLY

Having a reflective practice is not the same as becoming more self aware. How do we increase our ability to observe ourselves.


BOO301- ENCORE- BECOMING WHAT WE MIGHT HAVE BEEN

We have more power than we usually tap to create our dreams, paraphrasing George Eliot, to become what we might have been.


BOO300 – ENCORE- HOLIDAY STRESS RESILIENCE

Many of us experience stress during the holidays. In this special episode we explore what helps us be resilient when stress shows up.


BOO299 – WORKING WITH THE INNER CRITIC

Identifying the inner critic is present helps. Learning how to change our relationship with it, is critical for our growth and well-being. Thanks to Roxanne Howe Murphy for allowing me to replay portions of our 2017 interview.


BOO298 – IDENTIFYING THE INNER CRITIC

How do I know it’s the inner critic and not my conscience? In this episode, Roxanne Howe Murphy, talks about how to identify when the inner critic is present.


BOO297 – WHAT IS THE INNER CRITIC?

One thing we can do to improve the quality of our lives is to change our relationship with the inner critic. In this episode, with the help of Roxanne Howe Murphy, we explore what is the inner critic?


BOO296 – HEALING THE DIVIDE

How do we flatten the curve of hate (paraphrasing Rev. Rosemary Klass). A foundational study of boys in the 1950s provides some ideas of how we can find our way back together.


BOO295 – ENCORE- EMOTIONS IMPACT PERCEPTION

We think we experience “reality”. However, what we perceive is greatly filtered. One filter, that is helpful to understand, is how our mood impacts our perception.


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McKnight FoundationPohlad family foundationThe Minneapolis FoundationSaint Paul & Minnesota Foundation