It’s the 50th episode of Respect Circles, and we’re excited to take this opportunity to celebrate all the great conversations and guests we’ve had on the podcast the last year and a half! In this episode, we reflect upon some of our most...
It’s the 50th episode of Respect Circles, and we’re excited to take this opportunity to celebrate all the great conversations and guests we’ve had on the podcast the last year and a half! In this episode, we reflect upon some of our most meaningful lessons and share what we hope to carry forward from our learning.
We want to thank each of you who has listened, subscribed and shared our podcast, and provided feedback and encouragement along the way. We’re looking forward to all the good that is possible as we continue to grow and expand our reach.
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In this episode you’ll hear:
AJ’s take on the first 50 episodes of Respect Circles [7:13]
The one episode that really showed us what is possible [8:08]
AJ’s retirement plans and this relates to our episode on climbing our second mountain [10:29]
A specific episode he views as a gift and that gave us a whole new perspective on the Jewish experience [13:06]
The episode that really got AJ thinking about what’s fair versus what’s acceptable [14:08]
Why the episodes on listening are some of Stephanie’s favorites [16:13]
A topic that has really challenged our thinking, and some possible solutions for what can be done about it right now [18:47]
Introducing our Models of Respect for this week [30:56]
Links & Resources:
31: The CROWN Act: I Am More Than My Hair
36: Climbing Your Second Mountain: Creating Joy and Leaving a Legacy In the Second Half of Your Life
5: Spotlight on Resilience: How Dziko Singleton is Paying It Forward
25: The Jewish Experience: Why is Anti-Semitism On the Rise?
27: Fair and Inclusive Athletic Competition: Competing As a Trans Athlete
7: Becoming A Deliberate Listener
47: Survival & Forgiveness: Powerful Lessons with Dylan Pryor & Cory Spain
48: Connecting Across Our Differences
Harnarayan Singh (Canadian Sports Announcer)
'Not even our husbands knew!' The women who have been secretly delivering cakes to underprivileged families for over 30 YEARS (The 9 Nanas)