The Great Connection Podcast: An Interview with Darrell Becker on Non Violent Communication and Critical Thinking

I’m finally posting something worthy of your time, you who occasionally read this blog and check my links out. Here is my interview with Cathy Lamb of The great Connection podcast. You can go right to this link at Podomatic and I’m on Episode 7:

http://thegreatconnection.podomatic.com/

Or, you can go directly to this link for a listen:

http://thegreatconnection.podomatic.com/entry/2012-10-31T06_23_39-07_00

I would recommend everyone reading go to www.tragedyandhope.com and become a trial member, so that you can join in the discoveries and studies of a variety of subjects pertinent to producing more cognitive liberty. If you join T&H, please visit this discussion:

http://tragedyandhope.ning.com/group/nonviolent-communication-study-group/forum/topic/show?id=3972500%3ATopic%3A145238&xg_source=msg

Please join the NVC group and post a review of the interview, I am open to any and all forms of criticism.
But….only if doing so (by listening and posting) you would feel the same kind of pleasure that a 3 year old child would feel when asked to feed a bunch of hungry ducks. 🙂

You can visit Cathy Lamb’s website to see more of her work as she studies a variety of subjects, including the Technology of Love, an empathetic epistemology utilizing a modification of
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. My interview on her site can be found here:

http://tgconnection.org/podcast/tgc-podcast-episode-7-parallels-and-possibilites-non-violent-communication/

Thank you to everyone who has been instrumental
in my edification on the subjects of consistent empathetic and intellectual methods, to help produce a more wonderful life for all.

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-Darrell

One thought on “The Great Connection Podcast: An Interview with Darrell Becker on Non Violent Communication and Critical Thinking

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    Wes Bertrand, November 7, 2012 at 7:20 PM

    Thanks for sharing this vital information, Darrell. I’m sure it will help lots of individuals learn a new way of viewing and interacting with themselves, others, and the world. The lens of objectivity while speaking from the heart is my favorite. 🙂

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    Darrell Becker, November 7, 2012 at 11:35 PM

    Thanks Wes!
    Glad you liked my description of the lenses of objectivity, and I hope you enjoy the next installments of interviews and discussions here.
    Much aloha,
    Darrell

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