• Ep. 27 - Can I Be Responsible for Another's Health?

    Wearing is caring! Ummmm..., something is not right about that statement. This episode is hard hitting. It is time to start changing the rhetoric. It is time for good people to speak up. We have been force fed a perspective that just does not make sense.

    30m - Aug 22, 2021
  • Ep 26 - Love is the Path Forward

    After the COVID-19 storm, the real work of healing begins. We stand divided. Mental health and substance abuse challenges have grown by shocking factors. Economic and political issues continue to rock the planet. While we are not out of the woods quite yet, there is a lot of hope and a path forward that comes from ancient wisdom. Will we be strong enough to walk it? Will you? Your mission, if you choose to accept, is to listen in and choose your best path.

    30m - Apr 27, 2021
  • Ep 25 - The Death Rate is LOW, or is it

    Are the numbers skewed? What are the COVID-19 vaccines actually? Recent work by Genevieve Briand from Johns Hopkins University reveals that the numbers for the coronavirus may not be as accurate as we were led to believe. And also, updates on the specifics regarding COVID-19 vaccines. How are they the same as traditional vaccines, and how are they different?

    25m - Dec 8, 2020
  • Ep 24 - Thoughts on The Great Barrington Declaration

    You've all heard about it...or maybe you haven't. The Great Barrington Declaration is one of the newest and most groundbreaking developments on how the world should to be handling COVID-19.

    22m - Nov 25, 2020
  • Ep 23 - Perspective

    COVID-19 continues to makes headlines as a serious and dangerous pandemic. But now that the statistics surrounding the Coronavirus have become more reliable, how does the virus compare to other serious problems which face the human race? Here is a little perspective.

    24m - Sep 5, 2020
  • Ep. 22 - Masks and COVID-19

    Today we find ourselves in the midst of COVID-19. Mask wearing has become common place, as well as confusion as to how wearing a mask actually helps against the Coronavirus. Here are the facts about masks, and some personal thoughts about their effects on society.

    40m - Jul 7, 2020
  • Ep 21 - Drawing the Line. No Tracing Apps

    Three things threaten lives related to Coronavirus. The least dangerous is COVID-19. Next comes deaths from economic conditions. The most dangerous is loss of liberty. When liberty dies, tens of millions die with it. History has proven this over and over and over.

    We will defeat COVID-19 with our liberty intact.

    Today we draw the line. No tracing apps.

    12m - May 11, 2020
  • Ep 20 - Five Personality Types Locked Down

    How innate personality types influence ideas and opinions. Understanding each other can create the synergy needed to find and implement real solutions to the COVID-19 challenges. People are getting restless and starting to form group identities, but we need to work TOGETHER more now than ever.

    47m - May 2, 2020
  • Ep 19 - The First Great Easing - MAAN

    Easing the social distancing is turning out to be much ado about nothing, but that is no great surprise. COVID-19 is a bigger problem than a month an a half can solve. Today we explore the new rules, as well as liberty, privacy, human rights, and contact tracing as we look toward the future of the Coronavirus epidemic.

    31m - Apr 29, 2020
  • Ep 18 - The Plan for Re-Opening?

    The news is full of talk about re-opening from the Coronavirus shelter-at-home orders. However, the options for quantifying COVID-19 cases remain limited. What is really going on? Are we nearing the easing of restrictions without antibody tests, without a vaccine, without ubiquitous testing, and with more active cases that ever? We might be.

    32m - Apr 20, 2020
  • Ep 17 - Overcoming the Bad News. Is there an out?

    Today we cover some bad news and learn how love is the answer for getting through this Coronavirus epidemic. Was SARS-COV-2 genetically engineered in China? Will the lockdowns end soon? What will be the economic impacts of sheltering from COVID-19 at home, long term? There is still lots of hope.

    19m - Apr 16, 2020
  • Ep 16 - Coronavirus Myths Explained

    Reducing confusion is the priority as we all weather COVID-19 together. Today Curt addresses several common Coronavirus myths and goes over the numbers.

    26m - Apr 13, 2020
  • Ep 15 - Tips and Tricks for At-Home Learning

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced students to learn from home--a potentially daunting situation. Here are some tips and tricks for turning the home environment into a productive and happy place of learning.

    45m - Apr 11, 2020
  • Ep 14 - Fearing the Unknown and Finding Purpose

    As Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases continue to grow, so does fear of the unknown. How do we combat this fear? As social distancing continues, how do we continue to find purpose throughout the day?

    24m - Apr 8, 2020
  • Ep 13 - Good News from Bad & The Long Game

    The Surgeon General makes strong predictions about the Coronavirus for the coming week. Even so, encouraging numbers appear, indicating that social distancing is working to stop the spread of COVID-19.

    26m - Apr 6, 2020
  • Ep 12 - The Remedy for Fear

    As Coronavirus cases reach 1 million worldwide, fear continues to grow. Major media companies continue to talk about COVID-19 through a veil of panic. But is it really as bad as they say? Since COVID-19 is not going away any time soon, how do we manage fear and the hellish state which it brings?

    25m - Apr 2, 2020
  • Ep 11 - Viruses and the Human Body: Inner Workings

    The world cannot resume life as normal until mass immunity is achieved against the Coronavirus. But how is immunity achieved? How do vaccines and serums fit into the battle against COVID-19?

    30m - Mar 31, 2020
  • Ep 10 - The Psychology of Managing Crisis

    The Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to cause social distancing and a steep economic dive. Many have suddenly been thrust from their normal lives into a time of crisis. But how do we manage crisis? What can we do psychologically to better manage this storm?

    17m - Mar 30, 2020
  • Ep 9 - Vaccine Development for COVID-19

    How close are we to developing a vaccine for the Coronavirus? Will a vaccine come soon enough to end social distancing, or must there be another solution? Here's the update on the development of a COVID-19 vaccine and what it might mean for ending social distancing.

    23m - Mar 28, 2020
  • Ep 8 - The Impact of Coronavirus on Small Businesses Across America: Interview with Chris Osness

    Across America small businesses have been shut down in an effort to dissuade the spread of Coronavirus. Join Curt Linville and small business owner Chris Osness as they discuss the likely effects of COVID-19 on small businesses in Gunnison, Colorado.

    31m - Mar 27, 2020
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