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May 23, 2023

Dangerously Divided Times

I'd like you to think of some examples of divides in your life.

It could be with a friend or relative that has radically different beliefs about politics or social causes. Or it could be someone at work that you just strongly disagree with. The differences have created a divide.

The reason I want you to think about them is because we’re having an important discussion today about how to have fearlessly curious conversations in dangerously divided times.

Mónica Guzmán joins us to talk about her deeply insightful book I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times.

If you feel the polarization in culture and in the workplace is just too daunting to do anything about, Mónica's book is packed with practical ideas that you can start implementing right away. This remarkable woman is on a mission to help us address the divides in our life--and she’s been making a difference. I consider this a must-read book and can’t wait to introduce some of the ideas in today’s discussion.

Learn more about Mónica and her work at


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Thank you for joining me for this episode of The People and Projects Podcast!

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The following music was used for this episode:

The Gigantic Epic Day After Tomorrow by Sascha Ende
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