With insightful commentary from Mitch’s beloved professor Morrie Schwartz and personal anecdotes, we explore the various factors that influence our perception of death and how we’d prefer our lives here on Earth to come to an close.
We explore the profound impact of mothers and the weight of their loss. As Mitch celebrates the anniversary of the release of his book, “For One More Day,” he reflects on the loss of his mother who inspired the book.
Tune in as we celebrate the moments that have shaped us into the confident and capable adults we are today.
The autumn of our lives – both literally and figuratively – is a time of change.
Haiti is experiencing an upsurge in criminal activities and gang violence, leading to a state of heightened terror and fear.
In this podcast episode, we’ll explore the value of our legacy and how our children play an integral part in perpetuating it.
Mentors like Morrie Schwartz have the power to shape career aspirations and provide a guiding light during your school years, and beyond.
We’re afraid of different things at different ages, but as we get older, some of those childhood fears resurface, like going to the doctor.
There’s something truly extraordinary about old friends and their unparalleled significance in our lives.
Our society has a pervasive problem with meanness. We explore the ways in which this behavior is perpetuated and examine the potential impact it can have on our mental and emotional well-being.