• How do you end? (preview)

    Understand the balance between leaving a conversation fulfilled and seeking more.

  • Once awakened (preview)

    Can dialogue itself be more important than the decisions it leads to?

  • Depth versus aliveness (preview)

    Is the depth of a conversation defined by content or the experience?

  • Why do we keep talking? (preview)

    Join Craig and Jesse as they challenge the urge to keep talking and explore the value of silence.

  • Hearing multiple things (preview)

    Craig Constantine and Jesse Danger explore navigating multiple topics gracefully, leveraging listening as a tool, and the nuanced dance of giving and receiving information.

  • Without purpose or agenda (preview)

    In a conversation exploring the depths of dialogue and presence, Craig and Jesse get into the intriguing parallels between Quaker meetings and Gurdjieff groups, revealing how these practices foster a deeply present state of mind, akin to a slow, thoughtful game of chess.

  • Adversity and challenge (preview)

    Exploring the fine line between adversity and challenge can transform the nature of our conversations.

  • Curiouser and curiouser

    Intentionally engaging until we find it interesting “I can see that my digging into things that didn’t seem interesting at first glance, has yielded terrific results: Learning, surprise, and happiness to name just three. And not just for myself, but for others too.” It’s surprising how many things become interesting once I spend enough time…

  • Without purpose or agenda

    Choosing a direction towards what you don’t know “We want to avoid being drawn toward what we understand. In that direction lies the temptation to summarize and finish.” In a conversation we can feel the urge to have a purpose in the form of a goal we are trying to reach, and we can feel…

  • Roles

    An actions-based perspective “When something feels off, we can consider which roles are present in the moment. Am I being a mover, and my guest a follower? Or are they perhaps being an opposer?” During a conversation we sometimes sense that it could be better. We might be aware that we are confused, disappointed, or…