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Cut Through the Noise with Dave Turano

Jun 28, 2022

Rachel Chaikof was one week old when her mother, Melissa, suspected that something was wrong: she didn’t startle at the sound of a slamming car door. Rachel was diagnosed with Usher Syndrome, a genetic condition which causes either inherent or progressive deafness. 

But being deaf was not an absolute: as a child,...


Jun 14, 2022

Some people are completely comfortable at work. They know what they bring to the table, and they’re comfortable asking questions and challenging the status quo. But many also feel out of place, and they pick up on small actions that only make them feel less comfortable speaking up.  Limor Bergman, a software engineer,...


Apr 26, 2022

What is ability? We all have distinct abilities, challenges, and gifts. And focusing on what you can do is far more important than focusing on what you can’t do.  

John Cronin was in his last year in high school, and he needed to figure out what to do next. He thought about what he loved and what he was good at. He...


Apr 19, 2022

So many people just want to be happy; there’s so much talk about finding happiness, you’d think it was a scarce resource. But perhaps what makes happiness so elusive is that it’s so plentiful. We all have the capacity to find it, grow it, and live it. So why aren’t we happier? 

Tamara Zoner believes that...


Apr 12, 2022

We all know takers. They’re the people who show up when it’s convenient and contribute only when they gain something in return. But even so, there are just as many people eager to give more than they receive.  EA Csolkovits started out as a janitor in the home of June Martino–she’s the lady that believed in Ray...