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Likely True

Likely True

By KM Lindstrom
Drawing from client experiences, travel, and tangential conversations with fellow consultants, join host Kara Lindstrom for an indefinite collection of qualitative truthiness about what influences us at home and work. @likelytruepod on Twitter or
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Good Questions for Humans in Life and Work

Likely True

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What’s your favorite color?
A daily dose of color and how you can learn from small children and thinking about color choice over time.
February 28, 2021
Alter egos
Exploring a tool set that you may already use or you don’t yet, but would have you acting like Superman. Alter egos and the four ways that they can serve you in becoming your next and better self.
February 21, 2021
Curious about Love
Mother Teresa said “where there is love there is joy.” In this special Valentine’s Day episode I explore if the inverse is true and make connections by way of glitter and a nervous cat. How to find love and maybe a super power.
February 14, 2021
Good Questions for Humans in Life and Work
The transition from one calendar year to the next tends to involve a fair amount of reflection, discussion, and planning. The collection of questions covered here is designed as a resource buffet for all three. This episode closes out 2020 and season 1 of Likely True. The list of questions is also available in its original written, and sporadically updated, form on Medium:
December 27, 2020
Transitions as Changes in State
We talk about beginnings and endings, but what if instead we thought of those transitions more like ice to water or steam? Whether a new relationship or job, or the end of a year or administration - there are opportunities in how we perceive transitions.
December 20, 2020
Place and Time — Their Distracted and Meandering Relationship in Culture
2020 has perhaps warped our sense of time and place - “its forever and the same!” Or is it that we’ve always had a phenomenally-oriented approach to the two? A partial rant and mostly exploration of our perception of place and time.
December 13, 2020
Into the Learning Stream
A look at how having a framework for our learning process can increase the quality of our learning whether professional development for business or DIY projects at home.
December 6, 2020
Getting Metaphoric
A look at how language - specifically metaphors - can be a powerful tool for inspiration and reflection, but also be limiting and dehumanizing. Also, a request for your favorite or loathed metaphors for leadership and work.
November 29, 2020
Relating to Resources: Arts & Tech
A look at the similarities in dynamic and struggle for organizations in a funder-supported model whether arts & culture non-profits or tech startups, and the potential if these groups started working with each other.
November 22, 2020
The Convenience Problem
A look at how a society that habituates convenience, instills a culture of short term thinking - and how this can be countered.
November 15, 2020
Climate Cultures
Exploring how the weather where you live may impact the regional mindset and approach to planning, risk, and tolerance to uncertainty.
November 8, 2020
From COVID to the Contribution Economy
Looking over three trends that have emerged during this pandemic life, and seeing which are likely to endure. I also explore how this slow down may have accelerated the momentum towards a contribution economy - and how that may (finally) connect nascent innovations across both education and how we work.
October 31, 2020
Wide Spatial America
An exploration of how spatial elements of American culture create opportunities and caveats when it comes to new technologies and other trends.
October 25, 2020
October 7, 2020
October 7, 2020