33 集

Gen X and Gen Z live together, but we occupy different worlds. As the generational gap widens and conventional wisdom on parenting and education fails, is it even possible to understand one another? In this unique son-and-father podcast, Aidan and Ash ElDifrawi hash out a new contract between generations, forcing them to violate comfort zones on today’s most charged topics: social media and screen time, bullying and loneliness, inequality and privilege, sex and drugs, education and etiquette, even politics, religion, and sports. All to uncover a path toward greater harmony and a hopeful future for the next generation

Hold Me Back: Son and Father Change the Conversation Aidan and Ash ElDifrawi

    • 兒童與家庭

Gen X and Gen Z live together, but we occupy different worlds. As the generational gap widens and conventional wisdom on parenting and education fails, is it even possible to understand one another? In this unique son-and-father podcast, Aidan and Ash ElDifrawi hash out a new contract between generations, forcing them to violate comfort zones on today’s most charged topics: social media and screen time, bullying and loneliness, inequality and privilege, sex and drugs, education and etiquette, even politics, religion, and sports. All to uncover a path toward greater harmony and a hopeful future for the next generation

    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Aidan and Ash end the year - and Season 3 - with a topic that lies at the center of changing the conversation: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I). After discussing the role Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and affirmative action play within DE&I, Ash and Aidan welcome to the show one of the country's leading minds in DE&I, Lareina Yee. Lareina is a senior partner for the most prestigious consulting firm in the world, where she also served as their first Diversity and Inclusion Officer. Lareina has over 23 years of experience advising companies on growth and organizational transformation, and is a recognized leader in gender and diversity. Yee discusses topics including the true impact DE&I is having, progress in gender equality, generational differences in the importance of DE&I, and why everyone needs to understand the concept of micro-aggressions. Who was more convincing: Aidan or Ash? Vote at HoldMeBack.com

    • 1 小時 8 分鐘
    One Small Step across a Large Divide

    One Small Step across a Large Divide

    How do you change the world? One conversation at a time, according to the CEO of StoryCorps, Sandra Clark. Clark joins Aidan and Ash for an illuminating discussion on how StoryCorps' program, One Small Step (OSS), is trying to bridge the nation's growing divide in an effort to fend off a growing “culture of contempt” in the United States. Clark shares how the program works, the science behind it, whether it’s having the desired impact, and how we can all get involved. Aidan and Ash also discuss how OSS is influencing HMB’s similar mission to bridge the divide by changing the conversation, and how HMB will support OSS in the future. Who was more convincing: Aidan or Ash? Vote at HoldMeBack.com

    • 53 分鐘
    Real-Money Gaming, Game Theory, Negotiating, and Poker Strategy

    Real-Money Gaming, Game Theory, Negotiating, and Poker Strategy

    What started as an episode on teen gambling took a turn into a fascinating conversation with the polymathic Dan Singer, one of the world's leading experts on the businesses of online gaming, casinos, sportsbooks, daily fantasy sports, poker, and eSports. In addition to teaching Game Theory in Negotiations at Yale, Dan leads the Global Sports and Gaming Practice for the largest and most well-known strategy consulting firm in the world - where he serves major leagues and gaming companies. Dan is a regular contributor to Sports Business Journal and his research has been cited by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and ESPN. He’s also a part-time pro poker player and has ranked in the Top 40 in the American Crossword championships. After listening to Dan, Ash and Aidan can’t wait to play poker (or perhaps, never play it again)! Who was more convincing: Aidan or Ash? Vote at HoldMeBack.com

    • 1 小時 31 分鐘
    Reimagining Diversity

    Reimagining Diversity

    Aidan and Ash tackle the topic of diversity in an interview with Eboo Patel. Eboo is the Founder and President of Interfaith America - the leading interfaith organization in the United States - and was named "one of America's best leaders" by U.S. News and World Report. He served on President Obama’s Inaugural Faith Council and has written five books, including his recently published “We Need to Build: Fieldnotes for Diverse Democracy.” In the interview, Eboo shares how a potluck dinner is the key to building a healthy diverse democracy. He also triggers an important discovery for Aidan and a moment of reckoning for Ash. As a bonus, Aidan chronicles how Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) is reimagining diversity. Who was more convincing: Aidan or Ash? Vote at HoldMeBack.com

    • 53 分鐘
    Teens and Their Screens

    Teens and Their Screens

    What are adults missing about teens and their technology? Apparently, a lot! Aidan and Ash kick off their mental health series by welcoming Harvard Project Zero researchers Emily Weinstein and Carrie James to discuss their book, Behind Their Screens: What Teens Are Facing (And Adults Are Missing). Drawing on perspectives from 3,500 teens, Weinstein and James bring stories and data together for a powerful reframe of what teens are up against – and what teens need adults to understand. Based on this phenomenal work, HMB is now contributing a portion of their proceeds to support Harvard Project Zero’s research on teens' digital lives. Who was more convincing: Aidan or Ash? Vote at HoldMeBack.com

    • 1 小時 16 分鐘
    A Look Inside the College Admissions Process

    A Look Inside the College Admissions Process

    Just when Aidan and Ash thought they had shared everything there is to know about the college admissions process, they found out they had an opportunity to interview one of the brightest minds in the field. In this episode, they welcome on Jeff Selingo, a New York Times bestselling author of three books who has written about higher education for more than two decades. His latest book, Who Gets In and Why: A Year Inside College Admissions, was named among the 100 Notable Books of the year by the New York Times in 2020. Hear why it’s so hard to get into college these days, what to focus on when you apply, how schools differ in their admissions process, when it makes sense to apply early, and whether you need to know what you’re going to study. Who was more convincing: Aidan or Ash? Vote at HoldMeBack.com

    • 45 分鐘

關於兒童與家庭的熱門 Podcast

懶瞓豬講故事SleepPigStory
童話阿姨
Sandy采聿老師
Sleep Tight Media
ABC KIDS listen
American Public Media

你可能也會喜歡

Elizabeth Heaton
Mark Stucker
InGenius Prep
Suze Orman Media
Gen-Z Media | Wondery
TED