Here’s the archive and podcast of my Tuesday appearance on KQED’s Forum (the best-produced talk show on radio).
I haven’t had a chance to listen to it, yet, but I think it went quite well. It may have ended up a bit “left coast” in tone – focusing more on the return to passion and meaning than all my research on the Industrial Age and its diminishing returns. But maybe the value of passion is the more important message contained in my last book (Get Back in the Box), anyway.
Still, I was glad for a caller who asked if there’s any evidence or case studies for all this. It gave me the opportunity to say “yes! They’re in the book!”
Thanks again to Robin for putting me on the show, Dave Iverson for pitch-hitting with grace and intelligence, and to Institute for the Future for giving me an excuse to be in SF.
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