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055 – Tolstoy to the TPS Report, READ IT!

“Read what you’ll read, not what you should read.” In this episode of the show, I talk about a few quick ways to start developing a reading habit. The act of reading has tremendous benefits for brain development (young people) and brain health (old people), not to mention the behavior pattern of simply being curious…

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038 – A.A.Y.P. #2 w/ fiction author, Aidan McGeath

“No matter who you are, you’re always going to feel like you’re pressed for time… but in reality, you are not. You just need to make better choices.” -Aidan McGeath   In the second episode in the “A.A.Y.P.” (Annoyingly Amazing Young People) series, Jason chats with Aidan McGeath, published fiction author. Aidan began writing his…

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032 – Find Ways to Share Your Kids Lives, w/ Dr. Steven Cunningham

In this episode of Small Moves Podcast, Jason Herzberger interviews Dr. Steven Cunningham, dedicated surgeon, father, and child-inspired science writer. Dr. Steven covers a number of topics in this episode like how gymnastics helped him find his footing in college, the bonds he has created with his children that have inspired his writing, and the…

023 – Read Your Way to Writing, w/ Gail McAbee

In this episode of The Small Moves Podcast, Jason interviews Gail McAbee, a published author who (interestingly) lives in a 200-year old log cabin. The two met because of their mutual friend John Kirsch, who connected the two. You can find all her work at her web site here and on her Amazon Author Page. Gail…

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