An unpredictable conversation about everyday ethics and the secrets for successful relationships in business, family, and community. 

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Cross an Orthodox hitchhiking rabbi with a Catholic Cuban psychologist, and what do you get? 

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Daryl Davis | Hatred + Harmony
Would you befriend an imperial wizard of the Ku Klux Klan? 

What is the soundtrack to your life? 

Why are we reluctant to "walk across the cafeteria" to start a conversation? 

These and other critical questions for building a harmonious world are addressed when award-winning musician and race reconciliator Daryl Davis joins The Rabbi and the Shrink. 
John Register | Heroism on One Foot
Why is ignorance a gift? 

Children come with innocence; when do we lose our own? 

How does sympathy drive us apart? 

Join us as we discuss these and other compelling topics with Paralympian and executive coach John Register on this episode of The Rabbi and the Shrink.
Amanda "Jo" Erven | Speak the Truth, Even If Your Voice Shakes
What's the single most effective way to avoid ethical pitfalls? 

Why are so many people afriad to talk about ethics? 

Has the world gotten less ethical? 

These and other critical questions for success are answered when ethics auditor Amanda "Joe" Erven joins The Rabbi and the Shrink. 
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- Deb Coviello, the Drop-In CEO

I loved the conversation with their guests because you felt you were sitting in on a delightful and personable conversation.

Creative, stimulating, practical, down to earth. Lending hope in a world of chaos.

Rarely do we encounter such a combination of talent coupled with an unending stream of wisdom of the ages...

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Meet the Rabbi
Meet the Shrink
A rabbi walks into a bar... 

… (after hitchhiking cross-country and sailing up the eastern seaboard in a yacht seized by the Coast Guard for drug trafficking) to enjoy a private performance by a jazz band that cost him the price of a beer.

His unique blend of ancient wisdom and modern insights offers any audience a road-map to tap their potential and guide them on the pathways of success and happiness.

Red shoe story...

When the Gurri family left Cuba for the USA with one suitcase and $5 per person, mother Beba wore fashionable red shoes to leave as she lived. For four-year-old Margarita, those red shoes magicaly transformed the power of conflict into leadership with courage, humor, and grace. 

Now a licensed psychologist, Dr. Margarita Gurri, CSP, teaches us how to meet life's challenges and joys with accountability and grace. Let's make civility go viral. 

Rabbi Yonason Goldson
Dr. Margarita Gurri, CSP
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