Category Archives: psychologytoday
People call for diversity and equality but where is the call for more men on the covers of Vogue or Elle? I don’t see one. Am I missing the call for equality? I hear it for representation on corporate boards, university departments, and STEM fields, but with these covers the ratio is 100:0. Vanity Fair looks egalitarian with a few token men. Are we not worth picturing? You could say[…] Keep reading →
I posted my second conversation with Psychology Today’s Editor-at-Large, Hara Estroff Marano. This episode continues with the environment: What do one person’s actions matter? How do you influence someone who disagrees, like a hard core Trump supporter? Click to the article for the episode notes. For now, I’ll include the recording here since Psychology Today’s software isn’t showing it properly. Enjoy!
My podcast episode with Chris Schembra, 159: Chris Schembra: Expressing Gratitude, got heartfelt feedback from listeners. I wrote about Chris’s influence on helping me grow my famous no-packaging vegetable stew dinners in my Psychology Today column. Check out my piece there, Food, Sustainability, and Joy: Food introduced the joy of sustainability to me. A food entrepreneur helped. Thanks to Chris for the conversation and inspiration that led to it. And[…] Keep reading →
Psychology Today improved overnight by hiring me! Today marked my first post. Here’s a screen shot of my profile. My column is called Leadership and the Environment, subtitled What Everyone Gets Wrong and How to Get It Right. Appropriate to that title, my first post is the script to my second TEDx talk, posted almost the same time, titled What Everyone Gets Wrong About the Environment, just like my colum.[…] Keep reading →