*While Reckonings is on hiatus, enjoy our sister media: Deep Reckonings (deepreckonings.show) & Infinite Lunchbox (bit.ly/influnch)*
How do we change our hearts and minds?
What moves us to shift our political worldviews, transcend extremism, and bring our values into the workplace?
Reckonings is an exploration of how we look in the mirror, and grow from what we see.
Guests have included a deeply conservative Congressman who made a dramatic shift on climate change, a white supremacist who managed to transcend a life of hate, and a national reporter whose crisis of conscience led to a new understanding of objectivity.
If you're new to the show, start with this quick intro: bit.ly/1VypoeX
Then go for the latest episodes: www.reckonings.show/episodes
Reckonings is produced by independent artist Stephanie Lepp.
Trump concedes. Fake news?
For the last episode of Reckonings, none other than: Donald Trump.
This episode is part of Deep Reckonings — a series of explicitly-marked deepfakes that imagine public figures having a reckoning. Here, an imaginary Trump concedes the 2020 election. Watch the video and access the transcript: deepreckonings.com/trump
Want to see Trump give a real concession? Tweet: .@realDonaldTrump make this real with @stephlepp: www.deepreckonings.com/trump
Continue the journey beyond Reckonings: bit.ly/influnch
If Brett Kavanaugh, Alex Jones, and Mark Zuckerberg had a reckoning, what would they say? Reckonings presents Deep Reckonings — a project that uses deepfakes to take Reckonings in a *fictional* direction, and imagine public figures having a reckoning. Watch the full series and learn more about the project: deepreckonings.com
This is the last Reckonings episode for a while, and maybe...the last episode.
How To Tackle Trump's Lies
How do we cover the communications of a president who lies, especially when those lies can be fatal? The traditional rituals of journalism don't quite work with a president who doesn't tell the truth, so what can we do instead? Reckonings presents Infinite Lunchbox on the topic of how to tackle Trump's lies — aka *post-truth jujitsu*.
Infinite Lunchbox is better viewed than heard — watch on YouTube: bit.ly/posttruthjujitsu
Check out Neighbors — a show about what connects us: bit.ly/neighpod
How do people change?
How do we change our hearts and minds? What moves us to shift our political worldviews, transcend extremism, and make other kinds of transformative change? That's the $64 million dollar question that gave birth to Reckonings. And that's the question I explore with lessons learned *from* Reckonings -- in this bonus episode with Inflection Point's Lauren Schiller.
Check out additional interviews featuring yours truly: reckonings.show/press.html
Biden, #MeToo, and Growing in Public
Joe Biden stands accused of sexual assault. And the Democratic Party leadership, which had been loud in its support for #MeToo, is suddenly.....silent.
But, is it possible to support Biden's candidacy without abandoning #MeToo? Can we take Tara Reade's allegation seriously while deeming Biden a worthy candidate for president??
Introducing Reckonings' new sister show: Infinite Lunchbox!
Infinite Lunchbox is best *viewed* — watch the episode and access Show Notes on YouTube: https://bit.ly/350RJm
He built Facebook’s business model. Then he went on to become the President of Pinterest. And then he realized: he was addicted to his phone. And later: he was complicit in his own – and all of our – addictive relationships with technology.
How does an architect of Facebook’s business model grapple with the impact of what he built? And what is he doing to help us renegotiate our relationship with technology? This is the odyssey of Moment CEO Tim Kendall.
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I don’t know how I stumbled across this podcast but I’m so glad I did. Multiple times I’ve gone into a story determined to hate someone who used to hold an opinion that I find deplorable only to come out with a wider understanding of human nature and acceptance.
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