We don’t want to see our kids hurting. We certainly don’t want to be the cause of their pain or the object of their hatred. This is the fear that keeps parents and teachers from showing their disappointment, anger, or indignation to kids, instead attempting to explain things to them in a gentler way with no expression of how their actions have made us feel.Continue reading
Boulton from Boulton podcast, ep. 12: Unanimous Round 2 picks
The boys had a more than respectable record in their first-round picks at 6-2. How will they fare in Round 2? Listen in for their unanimous take on the second round of these unique playoffs and see whether you dare disagree.Continue reading
Let SmileSongs make you happy: Podcast ep. 26 now released
Why are our brains hardwired to resist change? How can happy colors, music, and laughter make us more optimistic?
Enjoy the ebullient but scientifically savvy Sharon Glassman as she tells Matthew about how and why she created SmileSongs, how introverts make good public performers, and what optimism and happiness require.Continue reading
Debut podcast release: Boulton from Boulton, Ep. 1: NHL 2020 Playoffs: No crowds and 24 “playoff” teams?
Welcome to a brand new podcast featuring my brother Josh and I, as we put on record for your entertainment what we do and love for our own entertainment: talk hockey. Join us through our debut special series discussing the NHL 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs as they approach and unfold.Continue reading
Reliving the 1997 classic Australian comedy, ‘The Castle’: Podcast episode 21 released
Can money buy power? Can corporations oppress the little guy in a free market? The answers are unclear if we don’t separate the forces at play in a mixed economy.
The 1997 classic Australian comedy, ‘The Castle’ offers a unique opportunity for defenders of freedom, capitalism, and individual rights to expose what really makes villains such as the big, bad Barlow Group possible. (Hint: It isn’t money.)Continue reading
Podcast Ep. 14 released
What’s it like to live in Korea? What are Koreans like? Join Matthew and guest Jason Cresswell to go in-depth as to what living in Korea actually looks like.
The boys take listener questions to cover topics such as: food, education, Korean character and goals, gender roles, beauty standards, cost of living, language, “hurry, hurry” culture, and much more as to why they’ve made Korea their home for the past 20 years.Continue reading