Make a List

Make a List

Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 752 , Segment 2

Episode: Russia Indictment, Make a List, Olympics in Virtual Reality

  • Feb 21, 2018
  • 18:47 mins

Guest: Marilyn McEntyre, Author, “Make A List: How a Simple Practice Can Change Our Lives and Open Our Hearts” Grocery lists, to-do lists, bucket lists – even a wish list for Santa – show clearly how itemizing stuff is a good way to get organized or get what you want. But have you ever thought about taking the format further? Maybe writing a list of “Things I’ve been Wanting Recently” or “Things I’m Concerned About” or “Ways to Show Your Love to Someone”?  Author Marilyn McEntyre has turned list making into an art form and written a book about how the rest of us can try it too. http://marilynmcentyre.com/

Other Segments

Making Sense of the Russia Indictment

25 MINS

Guest: Eric Jensen, JD, Professor, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University A surprisingly detailed account has emerged of how – and why – Russia sought to disrupt the 2016 presidential election. Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller has indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies. Among other things, the indictment claims employees of a Russian company set up hundreds of fake social media accounts, bought ads on Facebook and Twitter, and got actual Americans to show up at rallies, with the goal of inflaming public opinions and suppressing voter turnout for Hillary Clinton. The Russians even allegedly hired a Hillary Clinton impersonator to dress in a prison uniform and sit inside a cage at a couple of political rallies.

Guest: Eric Jensen, JD, Professor, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University A surprisingly detailed account has emerged of how – and why – Russia sought to disrupt the 2016 presidential election. Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller has indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies. Among other things, the indictment claims employees of a Russian company set up hundreds of fake social media accounts, bought ads on Facebook and Twitter, and got actual Americans to show up at rallies, with the goal of inflaming public opinions and suppressing voter turnout for Hillary Clinton. The Russians even allegedly hired a Hillary Clinton impersonator to dress in a prison uniform and sit inside a cage at a couple of political rallies.