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The Good Talk Network



Journey to the inner depths of the human mind as explored by Jonah Lantto and Kris Raub. You're invited to take the ride with us. Compelling and often times funny questions feed the soil in this ever growing tree of abstract, philosophical exploration. 

Explore, laugh, and interact with us as we're joined by fascinating and inspiring guests on the Good Talk to share their stories with the world. After all, what makes us human - who we are, what we are, and what we may become - is the catalyst which drives us to share the Good Talk Podcast with you. 

Now more than ever, this world and it's inhabitants need new perspectives - new ways of thinking about both new challenges that are arising during this critical time in history as well as the persisting issues that have held us from attaining our true potential for far too long. This is a podcast that looks to expose those new perspectives and inspire those new ways of thinking. 

Mar 27, 2020

What kind of reading difficulties are there & how we identify them. What can/should parents and educators do if they suspect a child/teen has difficulty reading? Our guest today is one of our cherished colleagues Dr. Lisa Borden-King. What impact can these difficulties have on student outcomes?

Mar 22, 2020

Race Relationships in schools. Evaluating suspension and discipline rates in the system. Are students of color disproportionately punished in schools? What is the school to prison pipeline? What is symbolic violence? Featuring special guest Evan Hunt

Mar 21, 2020

Ryan Hofer is making a living mucking around in the dirt and playing with cars! He's part of Discovery TV’s hit reality show “Gold Rush,” where he mines for gold in the remote wilderness of the Yukon. The other six months of the year, he’s home in Minot where he drives a wrecker and restores very cool classic...

Mar 20, 2020

What falls into the category of “eating disorder”? How to identify if there's a problem. What can/should parents and educators do if they suspect a child/teen has an eating disorder? The reality of what statistics tell us plus advice for educators and parents with special guests Troy Roness & Linda Conn. 

Mar 9, 2020

Ryan Fila has faced considerable adversity throughout his life, he's met the challenges, and taken the opportunity to travel and share with others. Today he shares the trials and tribulations of his life including losing his father at a young age, traveling the country in a Van, and much more! 

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