Written on April 29th, 2016

What would Trump do if there were a terrorist attack?
SPIRAL: Trapped in the Forever War 

If you’re working to build a healthier and more just society, and want your ideas and your good works to achieve greater impact, let me help you tap the unique power of narrative.

pointing-reversed My path – teaching, acting,  screenwriting, music and film producing, facilitating, in-depth interviews – has led me full circle again to teaching, through speeches and workshops. After 15 years of radio interviews with visionary thinkers and doers – I now produce and host Disruptive, a podcast for Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering.
I draw on all those experiences to help you develop more engaging narratives and tell more compelling stories. Listen here
Let’s connect to explore how we might work together to change the world.

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Thanks to Cheney, Bush & Obama
SPIRAL: Trapped in the Forever War


Upcoming soon: Naomi Klein, Robin Wright
Erwin Chemerinsky, Robert Wright

Featured Podcasts:
Chip Berlet, Right Wing Populism in America
Jonathan Smucker, Roadmap for Radicals  
Connie Rice, Power Concedes 
Terrence McNally, Tap the Unique Power of Story

I interview AL GORE in person Sat 7/29 1pm
Truth to Power; An Inconvenient Sequel – LiveTalksLA
Moss Theatre, New Roads School, 3131 Olympic Bl, Santa Monica
 best-selling THE UNDOING PROJECT 
tells the story of the collaborative work of Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman which revealed previously undiscovered ways our minds fool us.

Link to LiveTalksLA video page

With 100 trillion cells in the human body, bacteria outnumber our own human cells 2 to 1, and bacteria in our gut affect all our key organ functions. What if we could tap the gut bacteria of elite athletes to produce customized probiotics that could give recipients access to some of the biological advantages that make those athletes elite? I explore this question with George Church and Jonathan Scheiman of Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering.