Oscar & Grammy-winning songwriter, and recovery advocate Paul Williams, and screenwriter and author Tracey Jackson, adapt ideas from their New York Times bestselling book "Gratitude And Trust: Six Affirmations That Will Change Your Life" in a weekly conversation with their celebrity friends that both educates and entertains. Oprah calls them cultural icons and spiritual leaders. You’ll call them honest, funny, probing and engaged. “Gratitude And Trust,” your weekly dose of inspiration and enlightenment that offers new insights on how to get what you want, and how to keep it.
Rosanne Cash - GT EP25
Rosanne Cash never wanted to be a performer, but always wanted to write! Hear how her musical journey started, what inspires her, and why she meditates a couple of minutes every day. Plus, she shares her sewing circle experience, and why it's such an important part of her life.
Patricia Cornwall - GT EP24
Author Patricia Cornwell started as journalist working the Police beat, before transitioning to writing crime novels, including the wildly popular Dr. Kay Scarpetta series. Hear about Patricia's writing style, writing approach, and what she prefers to read for pleasure! She even shares some valuable tips for all the aspiring writers out there!
Malcolm Jamal Warner - GT EP23
Malcolm Jamal Warner has come a long way since his days playing "Theo Huxtable" on the long-running TV program, "The Cosby Show," and he's talking about his life now as a Grammy-winning music artist, and his life then, as a young kid navigating fame. Hear about his time on the show, his interactions with Bill Cosby, who kept him grounded, and for what he's most grateful.
Phil Rosenthal - GT EP22
Phil Rosenthal is the creator/writer/exec producer behind "Everybody Loves Raymond," and while he does share some pretty fantastic stories about that experience & working with Ray Romano, Phil's also gonna make your stomach growl talking about his latest TV endeavor on PBS, "I'll Have What Phil's Having." It's comedy, travel, and food all wrapped up in one delicious podcast bite!
Bill Powers - GT EP21
MIT Media Lab research scientist & NY Times best-selling author of "Hamlet's Blackberry," Bill Powers, has helpful tips for navigating and surviving today's technical revolution! He offers insight into mankind's changing skill set, the effects internet addition has on our lives, the power of "the disconnect," and how the fear of "missing out" has reached new extremes in the world of social media.
Wallace Shawn - GT EP20
Actor Wallace Shawn has never done drugs, was a teacher in India, had been writing for 10 years before landing an acting role in a play, and loved his role on "Gossip Girl." He's also talking about his incredible film career including "Clueless" and "Toy Story," sharing thoughts on the blurred line between entertainment & politics (Donald Trump), and explaining what it means to be a "Marxist."