33 episodes

Us vs. them, exclusionary tribalism, polarization; all of these are byproducts of outdated cultural constructs and...fear. The goal of this podcast is to see life as much as possible through the eyes of another with the hope of eliminating some misunderstandings we have of one another.

Perception is unique to the individual, as it should be. However, sometimes we all need to try and widen the horizon of our finite worldviews.

Sometimes just trying makes all the difference...

In The Shoes Of - See the World From Another Perspective Jeremy Nickel

    • Personal Journals
    • 5.0, 11 Ratings

Us vs. them, exclusionary tribalism, polarization; all of these are byproducts of outdated cultural constructs and...fear. The goal of this podcast is to see life as much as possible through the eyes of another with the hope of eliminating some misunderstandings we have of one another.

Perception is unique to the individual, as it should be. However, sometimes we all need to try and widen the horizon of our finite worldviews.

Sometimes just trying makes all the difference...

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Gamersancho ,

Refreshing!

So glad I came across this podcast. Jeremy has a cool style of interviewing, allowing his guests to speak their mind and share their message while asking the right questions. The cool background drum jams add to the fun while highlighting some of the most exciting interview moments. I’ve listened to podcasts with great ideas but fall when I hear the ego and/or pretension of the host. That’s not the case here as Jeremy is very easy on the ears. Highly recommended.

Lantern_Jack ,

Great show!

I love the concept behind this podcast, i.e. trying to see the world through other people's perspectives. The interviews are interesting and the production quality is also excellent.

JoAnnQ ,

thought-provoking, entertaining, and at times profound

Really interesting discussions with fascinating people. the host seems like a charming, intelligent, well-humored guy. Looking forward to seeing how this podcast progresses in the future.

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