20 episodes

Video podcasts featuring unusual & unscripted discussion to challenge our beliefs;
Believing in the power of many voices and recognizing that we experience a daily glut of information that can leave us paralyzed and confused, AcornOak is proud to present the Pass the Mic Series.
Our moderated dialogs, exploring complex and difficult concepts, offer a practical and simple way to learn from others in a non-judgmental, small group format via video conference.
We invite anyone with curiosity, uncertain beliefs and a willingness to objectively listen to others to join our lively discussions. Together we will explore new perspectives – and walk away both enriched and enlightened.
Each episode begins with one expert - an open-minded and passionate individual who has spent a great deal of time investigating and researching a certain topic.

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Video podcasts featuring unusual & unscripted discussion to challenge our beliefs;
Believing in the power of many voices and recognizing that we experience a daily glut of information that can leave us paralyzed and confused, AcornOak is proud to present the Pass the Mic Series.
Our moderated dialogs, exploring complex and difficult concepts, offer a practical and simple way to learn from others in a non-judgmental, small group format via video conference.
We invite anyone with curiosity, uncertain beliefs and a willingness to objectively listen to others to join our lively discussions. Together we will explore new perspectives – and walk away both enriched and enlightened.
Each episode begins with one expert - an open-minded and passionate individual who has spent a great deal of time investigating and researching a certain topic.

    What is Love, After All, with Dr. Mike Watson

    What is Love, After All, with Dr. Mike Watson

    What Is Love, After All, with Dr. Mike Watson, a speaker, leader, creative on organization leadership.

    Welcome to intimate, one-on-one conversations with people from various walks of life, as we revisit one of the most iconic and fascinating ideas in history, an idea so strong it can change our world in crisis: Love.

    Today, we listen to Dr. Mike Watson, Speaker, leader, creative on Organization Leadership, https://mikewatson.today/


    The current pandemic has dramatically increased our anxiety, as we’re propelled into an unknown world, without a new narrative to guide us and add meaning to our lives. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S, affecting 40 million adults over the age of 18.

    When our habits are disrupted, our jobs are disappearing, our relationships are tested, and our truths are questioned, we wonder, what remains? When everything has gone haywire and nothing makes sense anymore, what’s left is love. But, how do we define love after all is gone?

    Love is more than a feeling that a person has for another person. It’s an intimate relationship between ourselves and the world.

    So, when that world is breaking apart, what is love, after all?

    • 29 min
    What Is Love, After All, with Rashmir Balasubramaniam

    What Is Love, After All, with Rashmir Balasubramaniam

    Welcome to intimate, one-on-one conversations with people from various walks of life, as we revisit one of the most iconic and fascinating ideas in history, an idea so strong it can change our world in crisis: Love.

    Today, we listen to Rashmir Balasubramaniam, Transformational Coach and Catalyst,
    https://www.rashmir.net/

    The current pandemic has dramatically increased our anxiety, as we’re propelled into an unknown world, without a new narrative to guide us and add meaning to our lives. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S, affecting 40 million adults over the age of 18.

    When our habits are disrupted, our jobs are disappearing, our relationships are tested, and our truths are questioned, we wonder, what remains? When everything has gone haywire and nothing makes sense anymore, what’s left is love. But, how do we define love after all is gone?

    Love is more than a feeling that a person has for another person. It’s an intimate relationship between ourselves and the world.

    So, when that world is breaking apart, what is love, after all?

    • 31 min
    What Is Love, After All, with Jim Spivey

    What Is Love, After All, with Jim Spivey

    Welcome to intimate, one-on-one conversations with people from various walks of life, as we revisit one of the most iconic and fascinating ideas in history, an idea so strong it can change our world in crisis: Love.

    Today, we listen to Jim Spivey, Chief Relationship Officer at Mazzi Partners.

    The current pandemic has dramatically increased our anxiety, as we’re propelled into an unknown world, without a new narrative to guide us and add meaning to our lives.

    According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S, affecting 40 million adults over the age of 18.

    When our habits are disrupted, our jobs are disappearing, our relationships are tested, and our truths are questioned, we wonder, what remains? When everything has gone haywire and nothing makes sense anymore, what’s left is love. But, how do we define love after all is gone?

    Love is more than a feeling that a person has for another person. It’s an intimate relationship between ourselves and the world. So, when that world is breaking apart, what is love, after all?

    • 24 min
    What Is Love, After All, with Aaron Force

    What Is Love, After All, with Aaron Force

    Welcome to intimate, one-on-one conversations with people from various walks of life, as we revisit one of the most iconic and fascinating ideas in history, an idea so strong it can change our world in crisis: Love.

    Today, we listen to Aaron Force, Researcher, Writer and Author of "What is Transpersonal Extropy".

    The current pandemic has dramatically increased our anxiety, as we’re propelled into an unknown world, without a new narrative to guide us and add meaning to our lives.

    According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S, affecting 40 million adults over the age of 18.

    When our habits are disrupted, our jobs are disappearing, our relationships are tested, and our truths are questioned, we wonder, what remains? When everything has gone haywire and nothing makes sense anymore, what’s left is love. But, how do we define love after all is gone?

    Love is more than a feeling that a person has for another person. It’s an intimate relationship between ourselves and the world. So, when that world is breaking apart, what is love, after all?

    • 34 min
    How Can We Increase Creativity by Rebalancing the Masculine and Feminine Traits Within Us?

    How Can We Increase Creativity by Rebalancing the Masculine and Feminine Traits Within Us?

    In this intimate group setting, we will explore a topic that runs deep into our veins and might be the real challenge to moving away from our current patriarchal model: how embracing both our masculine and feminine traits can increase our capacity to innovate and enhance our leadership abilities.

    • 54 min
    If telling stories makes us humans, are emotions the culprit of our addiction to our narratives?

    If telling stories makes us humans, are emotions the culprit of our addiction to our narratives?

    Aditi Khorana leads a discussion on the power of narratives and how stories shape our understanding of the world.

    • 1 hr 2 min

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