"Living Untitled" is a podcast that spotlights extraordinary individuals actively tackling pressing global issues for the betterment of humanity. Host Justin Boone delves deep into the inspiring journey of visionary problem solvers, featuring experts from the fields of humanities, technology, and social sciences. Their innovative approaches shine a light on the unwavering hope and determination required to navigate a world marked by uncertainty-an untitled world.
Yet, "Living Untitled" goes beyond a podcast; it extends an invitation to contemplate the concept of living an untitled life. This invitation encourages us to recognize that questions lead to more questions and that the seemingly inevitable can still be open to reimagining. Justin’s conversations delve into the heart of problem-solving, offering profound insights into the personal experiences and unique perspectives of our guests.
Alongside Justin and the guests, we set off to explore the untitled life, one question at a time.
How can we embrace the power of generosity? (Monte Wood)
Monte Wood, author of the upcoming book "Generosity Wins," speaks with Justin Boone about the profound concept of generosity, exploring its depths beyond surface-level definitions, challenging commonly accepted notions.
In this episode, Monte Wood delves into the transformative impact of generosity, questioning conventional ideas, and discussing the building of a culture of authentic generosity within our community. How can we collectively foster a broader understanding of generosity? How might we overcome barriers and encourage daily practices that strengthen our bonds and well-being together?
How does language shape our individual and collective identity? (Christina Pikhmanets)
Ukrainian linguist and educational advisor at Sesame Workshop, Christina Pikhmanets, speaks with Justin Boone about the significance of language in shaping cultural identity, decision-making, and societal understanding.
In this episode of Living Untitled, Christina Pikhmanets emphasizes the power of language in fostering empathy, social awareness, and navigating bicultural experiences.How can we better understand the significance of language in shaping our cultural identity and influencing collective decision-making? In what ways can we harness the positive power of language and navigate its potential negative impacts.
How is belonging intertwined with urban design? (Liselott Stenfeldt)
Head of R&D at Gehl, Liselott Stenfeldt, speaks with Justin Boone about urban design and how she works with communities to shape an inclusive and sustainable environment for everyone.
In this episode of Living Untitled, Liselott Stenfeldt talks about how creating ease in people's everyday lives through belonging and urban design can encourage sustainability. How can we encourage people to be invested in urban development? What if our sense of belonging was strongly connected to local biodiversity?
How can play unlock our full selves? (Konstantin Mitgutsch)
Founder of Playful Solutions, Konstantin Mitgutsch, speaks with Justin Boone about the role of "play" in our lives and how it can create opportunities to build community.
In this episode of Living Untitled, Konstantin Mitgutsch dives into how the act of playing allows us to bring our full selves and helps us go beyond our limitations. What happens when we go into a state of play? How can we take play seriously and push ourselves to the edge of our competence?
Can technology remind us of what it means to be human? (Caitlin Krause)
Wellness & technology educator, Caitlin Krause, speaks with Justin Boone about her role guiding people who seek community and human connection in technological landscapes.
In this episode of Living Untitled, Caitlin Krause explores digital wellbeing and the ways we can leverage technology as a tool to better connect people with themselves and others. How is our sense of self mediated by technology? How are we encouraging people in the technology ecosystem to think differently about wellness?
How do we create art for the next generation? (Beth Morrison)
President and creative producer of the opera company, Beth Morrison Projects, Beth Morrison speaks with Justin Boone about her journey as an industry disruptor and now leader in the world of opera.
In this episode of Living Untitled, Beth Morrison shares how she empowers the next generation of artists and what she believes will ensure the survival of art. How do we create art that is relevant for future generations? How do we continue to lead in innovation and equity, and foster the next generation?
Living Untitled is new and fresh
Justin gets out of the way to allow his guests to expand on their ideas and thoughts. I am truly impressed that he questions, but doesn’t lead as much as allow the speakers to be insightful and expand on the themes. He has a great voice for podcasts and does his research. I think, if given time and exposure, he could become a great podcast creator. He has a vision and I hope he continues to pursue more podcasts.
I may not always agree with his values, but I am a fan. He is smart and has the kind of voice that inspires people to be engaged and listen.