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9 to Thrive is about whole human at work: creating better, happier, healthier, more resilient lives and organizations. It’s a guide to leading a life that doesn’t suck, and a guide to leading organizations that don’t suck.

9 to Thrive Janet McKenna Lowry

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9 to Thrive is about whole human at work: creating better, happier, healthier, more resilient lives and organizations. It’s a guide to leading a life that doesn’t suck, and a guide to leading organizations that don’t suck.

    Episode 022: John Dion

    Episode 022: John Dion

    Professor John Dion of the College of Saint Rose joins us today to talk about embedding service into work, negotiating different perceptions abroad, and the flow state. “The difference between you and me and someone who’s homeless is a run of bad luck. Unless you go out and talk to people, and experience their humanity, things don’t get better."
     
    Underground Railroad History
    Museum of Political Corruption

    • 38 min
    Episode 021: Katie Zobel

    Episode 021: Katie Zobel

    This week, Katie Zobel, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts. Can fundraising be a spiritual practice? We find out. Plus stop calling them nonprofits, the creativity involved in seeking beauty, stop being so hard on yourself, learn to be critical in a loving way, and if you went back and gave advice to your younger self, would you even listen?
    The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
    What are Community Foundations?

    • 48 min
    Episode 020: ReviewReview

    Episode 020: ReviewReview

    A world in which Brené Brown and Charles Dickens overlap. Reviewing guests Mathew Ragan, Angela Patrick Silva, and Andrew Dell'Antonio, plus book review of Dare to Lead by Brené Brown.
    Dare to Lead
    The Learning Dip
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    Incandescent WombatNontoxicWordforge

    • 43 min
    Episode 019: Matthew Ragan

    Episode 019: Matthew Ragan

    This week's guest, Matthew Ragan of Obscura Digital talks about the process it takes to transform code into art, making transformative experiences, storytelling, authenticity, and how math can help you create a world.
    Obscura Digital
    Art on the Mart project page
    Art on the Mart launch show

    • 44 min
    Episode 018: Angela Patrick Silva

    Episode 018: Angela Patrick Silva

    This week, Angela Patrick Silva about her journey from meteorology to radiology, her work fundraising for bone marrow and cancer charities, and her sewing business. I got such an insight into what it’s like to be on the other side of the x-ray, and the thoughtful compassion health workers bring every day. Links to all the awesome things we talked about below.
     
    LukeStrong
    Angela's Stitchin' Styles
    St. Baldrick's

    • 37 min
    Episode 017: Andrew Dell'Antonio

    Episode 017: Andrew Dell'Antonio

    University of Texas music historian and deep thinker Andrew Dell'Antonio joins us to talk about management, feminism, and disability access. We chat about how institutions can change, how to open up education, and how a sense of purpose helps you to keep centered, and how to reconnect with yourself. And that Andrew’s optimism is well-justified, a great message to his younger self.
    People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond
    Find a Taekwando class
    Universal Design in Higher Education: From Principles to Practice

    • 49 min

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