Welcome back to ACLR where today’s episode chomps on the Curiosity Bite exploring how we feel on the inside and how we present on the outside. Does authenticity require a match between what we feel on the inside and what we present on the outside? Is authenticity more important than appropriateness?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio you adventurous curiosity seeker. In this episode we chomp on the Curiosity Bite exploring what about our lives do we think will be most interesting to future generations. What are the quintessential moments of your life?
Welcome back to ACLR. Pardon the sound quality, but hopefully this is not your first time listening because we wouldn’t want to give the wrong first impression. Do you make an accurate first impression? That’s the Curiosity Bite. Chomp. Enjoy.
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio where we chomp on the Curiosity Bite exploring the harmful things we do that are completely avoidable. We recorded this episode in the days before the world’s lens turned on the Corona Virus. How different would this conversation be today?
Welcome back to ACLR. Here’s the Curiosity Bite for you to chomp on: If babies are innocent, at what age can a person no longer be considered innocent? What factors do we consider? What factors should we consider? Can you identify when you lost your innocence?
Welcome to ACLR, the podcast for the relentlessly curious. In this episode we chomp on the Curiosity Bites exploring what it would look like to ditch your life and create a new one. What would you do? Get tips from the Witness Protection Program.
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. This episode chomps on the Curiosity Bite exploring how we judge and create our own standards. How do we know if our judgment is good? How do we know if our standards need resetting?
Welcome back to ACLR, you relentlessly curious adventurer! If you were going to commit yourself to waging peace, what would that look like? What would you be willing to sacrifice to wage peace? What would success look like?
Warning: In this episode of Applied Curiosity Lab Radio we talk about evil, and evil can be shocking. We’re not trying to be shocking, but in order to chomp on this Curiosity Bite, Jennifer and I discuss unpleasant things. Who’s truly evil and how did they get that way?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio where we chomp on the Curiosity Bite exploring what duty we own future generations. How is this different from what you owe your own distant descendants? Can you guess the Sortafact?