In search of the core philosophies and practices that help us stay deeply connected to one another and give us feelings of agency and antifragility in a world where norms, expectations, jobs, housing, and even "facts" are constantly in flux.
Through this podcast, we'll try to answer the question, "How do we live well and connect fully in modern society?”
Hosted by Steve Dean, founder and online dating consultant atDateworking.com
Anne Coleman is a Philadelphia-based educator and developmental psychology researcher who spent 7 years teaching high school English and Theater before she transitioned into research at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work examines the development of Theory of Mind —also known as perspective-taking — in adults, with the hope of better understanding how teachers use informal psychology in the classroom. When she is not teaching or conducting research, she can be found romping with her rescue dog, directing plays for a community theater group, and moonlighting as a speechwriter for a congressional campaign. You can follow Anne's adventures on Instagram at @AnneHLColeman
In this episode, Anne and I discuss her response to a question I recently posed about people's biggest struggle in dating. Anne's response was most upvoted!
In this episode, Max Alley (Coffee Meets Bagel, MatchUp Dating Coaching) and I go head to head as two dating consultants, sharing our best tips and strategies for profile design, profile photos, first messages, and the most common pitfalls people run into when they get started with online dating.
Amelia Broughton is a connection savant, having trained for years in the art and science of interpersonal connection. In this episode, we explore what types of connection are missing from modern society and how to reconnect in ways that are so simple, yet so critically overlooked by most people alive today.