“If we still have these natural biased tendencies, how are they helping us, or how are they thwarting our forward movement?” ~ Robin Hauser
Listen to Choose to be Curious #64 – Bias, with filmmaker Robin Hauser
So it turns out, choosing to be curious is a really effective strategy in the face of a whole lot of –isms.
Which, frankly, is part of why I produce Choose to be Curious. We have a lot of -isms to address.
Movie critic and fellow WERA producer Kevin Sampson led me to Robin. He’d interviewed her as a filmmaker for his show Picture Lock, but—right away—he saw this was a great curiosity conversation.
Almost two years ago Kevin and I took turns interviewing one another on the others’ show. We wanted to know what made each other tick. I hadn’t listened to our conversation for a long time. I had forgotten that we ended up talking about –isms as well. It seemed like the perfect thing to pair with Robin for this week’s 5-minute Curiosity to Go segment.
Listen to Curiosity to Go Ep. 37: -isms R Us
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