Stories by Ordinary People, podcasts by anyone from everywhere about everything as of March 25, 2020
You are invited to contribute to the podcast series “Let’s Talk”, a platform to share ideas and thoughts on a subject of your choice.
Chris talks about ordinary people who are heroes:
Lets talk about the political system and how it could be changed for the better. Along the way, let’s talk about why you vote for a particular party or don’t vote at all.
All of us have known fear. It comes in many shapes and
forms. Giving a speech, a new job, a first date, a first child,
descending a steep cliff engenders fear in most people.
But, sheer terror? That’s different. Have you ever been flat out terrified? If so, you know that it’s right at the top of experiences never to be forgotten. It gets written into your bones.
Serving ice cream at 15, working in a bank at 18, and being a senior municipal clerk at 25 was just the beginning of a long career that ended with being the business manager for UBC Mining Engineering.
Chris wanted to try out software that could be used to do an interview so he chose to do one about the 30+ years I spent in the workforce. It starts out a little rocky with me
being a mom and telling him how it should be done. Once Christopher asks the question, “What was the single biggest impact you saw in all the places you worked through the years?”, we got our groove.
|Traveling with Ian|
|Me, Myself and I|
|An Aborted Adventure|
|Just 10 Seconds|
|Chainsaw Carver to Softwear Developer|
|Should Voting be Mandatory?|
|Fear and Approval|
|The Impact of People at Work|
|A Nerf Ball & Red Ants in Thailand NEW!|
|Banaue Rice Terraces|
|Mistaken for a Murderer|
|China...Spy in Sanya|
|Travel Journal Memories|
|Tourist or Traveller?|
|Hero to Zero in 90 Minutes|
|I Found a Hero|
|Kenya Bus Trip|
|50 Years in 15 Minutes|
|Who's at the Table?|