Sandbox Cooperative Podcast

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Summary

There are plenty of things that make us angry, even outraged. Some of the things that make us feel this way are important and others we should just let pass by, but somehow our reaction is often reversed. What does it take for us to channel this outrage better? How do we begin to set a different tone?

Watch Stephen Colbert interview Bill O’Reilley on The Late Show, February 9, 2016.

Further reading:
Why Am I So Angry? from WebMD
The Psychology of Outrage in the Political World from Psychology Today
Parker Molloy’s 5 things the media does to manufacture outrage at Medium.com
7 Ways to Engage Your Customer’s Reptilian Brain at NeuroScienceMarketing.com

Show Notes

There are plenty of things that make us angry, even outraged. Some of the things that make us feel this way are important and others we should just let pass by, but somehow our reaction is often reversed. What does it take for us to channel this outrage better? How do we begin to set a different tone?

Watch Stephen Colbert interview Bill O’Reilley on The Late Show, February 9, 2016.

Further reading:
Why Am I So Angry? from WebMD
The Psychology of Outrage in the Political World from Psychology Today
Parker Molloy’s 5 things the media does to manufacture outrage at Medium.com
7 Ways to Engage Your Customer’s Reptilian Brain at NeuroScienceMarketing.com

What is Sandbox Cooperative Podcast?

In an often contentious, fractured society, Sandbox Cooperative seeks to build an extended community of listeners; knocking down walls of division with curiosity and conversation. Twice a month we explore topics that people are actually talking about, considering them through a lens of spirituality, humor and discovery. You’ll discover a permission giving platform to explore new ideas with an ever-growing perspective of our world, and as the hosts regularly say, “there is always more room in the Sandbox.”