To mark the end of season 2, we question the wisdom of plans and make a few more. Now that we've got this down to a science, we're ready to play for keeps.
We were going to release the twelfth and final episode of season 2 today. It was called “Should We Make Plans”; it’s playful and hopeful; it’s already done.
We're marching, we're standing up. What's next? How about breakfast? In this episode, you'll meet Diana's advisory board: senior engineers Duretti Hirpa and Rachel Myers.
This unedited special episode is a recording of our pre-inauguration vigil. In it, we muster our strength to say what we really mean.
Meet Virginia Heffernan—author, bookworm, and true-blue internet friend. Her 2016 book, Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art, captivated us; this conversation takes our favorite threads from the book and runs with them.
Meet Jennifer Brook, lead design researcher at Dropbox. Having once sold (almost) everything and lived everywhere, she helps us answer: should we own things?
We're kicking off the year just like old times: two friends and three questions. Should we get moving? Should we take breaks from habits? And should we buy silk outerwear?
Meet Erin McKean, founder of Wordnik, bestselling author, and former editor-in-chief of American Dictionaries for Oxford University Press.
In this episode, Lisa asks Diana all about her first step in becoming a coach. It's a follow-up to last week's episode, in which we asked Jane Tight, “should we become coaches?” Listen in as we talk about questions like, “should we ask questions,” and “if so, what kind?”
Meet Jane Tight, leadership coach, co-founder of SeeChange Partners, mother of four, spouse of 30 years, world traveler, and chicken owner. In this episode, she shares her winding path to coaching and defines what coaching means to her.
Jane offered up her wisdom and encouragement when we asked questions like should we become coaches, should we ask for help, should we go on silent retreats, and should we go on silent retreats with friends.