Broadcasts/Podcasts
In a televised social experiment before millions of viewers, police sergeant Derrick Levasseur demonstrated that techniques used by undercover detectives could help people achieve their goals in everyday social situations. The result: he walked away with more than half a million dollars. Today, Derrick shares his personal mind-set surrounding human behavior and motivation. Derrick also discusses the tools he acquired while overcoming personal adversity and working more than a decade in law enforcement. Derrick offers tools for your use right now. 
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MyNDTALK - Saving Lives - Kevin Briggs 

Before his work at the Golden Gate Bridge, Briggs spent three years in the Army before being discharged after a cancer diagnosis. He beat cancer and then entered law enforcement.  His personal story includes dealing with divorce and depression in his family. Kevin had no training with suicide prevention or mental illness before taking the job at the bridge but has since become a respected expert. He's been called 'a true American hero by Robert Gebbia, director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
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When Dr. Daniel Baxter arrived in Botswana in 2002, he was confident of the purity of his mission to help people with AIDS, armed with what he thought were immutable truths about life―and himself―... Now, after caring for innumerable AIDS patients for eight years in Botswana, Baxter has written an urgent, quietly philosophical account of his journey into the early twenty-first century’s treatment of AIDS in Africa...
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To many, he had reached the pinnacle of success.  Drafted by the NFL - it was going to be smooth sailing from then on!  Yes? No! After a series of unanticipated turns in life - his NFL dream ended.  And for a bit, as a severe depression took hold,  Jay believed his life was over. He even attempted to hasten its end.  But today he is an author, mentor, actor, counselor ... you will be inspired by his life and his commitment to helping the younger of our society.

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Can men from multiple walks of life meet in a maximum security prison and actually learn to trust each other? Can they meet in a group and share vulnerabilities? Can battles be ended? Can turfs be crossed? Dr. James McLeary, one of the architects of 'The Work', discusses the powerful behind-the-scenes experiences that created this work in the most unlikeliest of places. Folsom Prison.
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Dr. Eric L. Johnson, author, strategist, educator, and PARENT! 

A broad-ranging conversation about the experience of parenting, particularly children of color, exploding social myths – and the importance of forgiving/healing self.
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In a world where so many feel that they have lost their way, THE SLAVE, though often harrowing, yet ultimately uplifting, will provide answers to all who wrestle with the eternal questions about the real purpose of our time on earth, and to reflect upon the direction of our own lives.
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In a world where so many feel that they have lost their way, THE SLAVE, though often harrowing, yet ultimately uplifting, will provide answers to all who wrestle with the eternal questions about the real purpose of our time on earth, and to reflect upon the direction of our own lives.
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It's Memorial Day - a day many pay particular attention to those who have survived and not survived the emotional wars of military deployment. Today's guest shares the experiences of one whose war began anew upon return to the United States.
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Columbia University professor Jeremy Dauber traces the origins of Jewish comedy and its development from biblical times to the age of Twitter.

Persecution, cultural assimilation, religious revival, diaspora, Zionism―all of these, and more, were grist for the Jewish comic mill. Dauber takes listeners on a tour of the funny side of some very serious business
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