Tami Simon, Founder and Publisher of Sounds True interviews spiritual teachers, visionary writers, and living luminaries about their newest work and current challenges—the growing edge of their inner inquiry and outer contribution to the world.
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The guests are always wonderful, super accomplished and varied in their approach to being in the world. But it is Tami herself that is the real jewel here, such an insightful interviewer who clearly knows the work of those she is speaking with and dedicated to bringing out the best of them so we as listeners can get the most out of the experience. Tami focuses not on sharing her opinions or promoting herself, as many other podcast hosts do- but instead draws out her guest and with so much respe... more
Thanks Tami, your show is always so insightful and I love your style, really drilling down so we get the full meaning of what is discussed. The show always leaves me feeling inspired and I truly get so much out of it 🙏🙏🙏
Insights at the Edge is a regular podcast for me. Tami is very prepared for her interviews. Her guests have a wide range of expertise and she approaches her conversation with an authentic, open and curious manner. She strives to understand the perspective and knowledge of the guest which is helpful to the listener who is new to the topic. There is always an opportunity to learn something new and grow.
I was looking for a podcast to learn more about Dr. Schwartz’s new book “no bad parts.” dr. Schwartz was amazing, super informative, calm and vulnerable - just amazing in every way. And I loved hearing about the new book. But Tami Simon interviewed him like she just caught him selling cocaine to a 12 year old. Her tone was so adversarial that her questions felt like she just wanted to blow on our eyeballs. There must be a serial killer somewhere that she could be more comfortable interviewing. Y... more
When you ask a guest a question, and they answer, your uh-huh response sounds like you could care less about what they just said and all you want to do is to move on to your next question. It is very discounting of your guest. You might listen to your podcasts to hear how this comes across. The alternative would be to actually seem interested in what they just said and truly acknowledge it!!!!! Then, move on to your question.
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Sounds True: Insights at the Edge launched 14 years ago and published 696 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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