The Great Question Podcast
"The Pyramid of Confidence"
The "Pyramid of Confidence" series features a set of interviews with people who have demonstrated confidence. On each episode, Tyson and P.R. feature one of the building blocks on Tyson's Pyramid of Confidence, a mental model for growing in confidence.
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Tatum Hunter is a journalist and performer based in San Francisco. Her writing and reporting focuses on technology, teenagers, and mental health. She lives with her husband and bad cat.
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Phillitia Charlton is a trailblazer who has achieved remarkable success despite the odds. She is the Co-Owner & Founder of Charlton∙ Charlton & Associates Coaching & Consulting Professional Resilience & Emotional Wellness Firm and brings her skills as a professional speaker, personal and professional development coach/consultant, writer, and thriver to help teach clients how to navigate stress and transform trauma through resilience and healing. Phillitia earned her bachelor’s degree at Alabama State University – an impressive accomplishment considering that only two percent of children in foster care earn a college degree. Her experience provides inspiring proof that with determination and hard work, anything is possible.
Andrew White is co-founder and creative director at Indigo Life Media creating intentional videos specializing in web shows, docu-series, and entertainment marketing. He lives in the Dayton Ohio area with his wife.
Chef Anthony T. Head
Chef Anthony T Head CEO (Chef Executive Owner) of Chicken Heads in Dayton.
He is a multifaceted business professional with a demonstrated history of success working in the education, healthcare, and hospitality industries. Skilled business (systems) analyst in all phases of project & portfolio management, business planning, and process improvement.
Lukáš Janata (b. 1995) is a Czech composer, performer, and educator residing in San Francisco. His music has been widely performed in his native country and countries throughout the world. He has received numerous commissions, most notably from the San Francisco Symphony; New York Cantori (NYC); Bluven Duo (Switzerland); Punkt Contemporary Choir (Czech Republic); Aries Percussion Ensemble, and Jablonova Youth String Orchestra (Czech Republic).
Lukáš serves on the Composition Faculty at The Walden School and SFCM Pre-College and directs Mouthscape Choir at the SFCM Collegiate division.
His composition mentors include John Corigliano, David Conte (MM ’19, SFCM), and Otomar Kvěch (DiS (BA) ’17, Prague Conservatoire). He has participated in masterclasses with composers George Lewis, Allain Gaussin, Liviu Marinescu, Dimitris Maronidis, and Ériks Ešenvalds, and has collaborated with Nico Muhly, Ragnar Bohlin, Mark Shapiro, and others.
Apart from composing, he is deeply committed to uniting musical communities. He is the founder of Mouthscape Choir and co-founded Punkt in 2014, a contemporary chamber choir based at the Prague Conservatoire
123 Andrés, the husband-wife team of Andrés and Christina, are Latin Grammy winners, teaching artists who create music, media, and live shows in Spanish and English for children and families. Their songs and videos are used in early childhood and elementary classrooms across the US and abroad, and they have delighted live audiences in the US, Puerto Rico, Panama, Mexico, and Colombia, at venues including Lollapalooza (Chicago), Kennedy Center (Washington DC), Symphony Space (NYC), and the Coliseo in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Their first children’s book, "Hola, Amigo" was published by Scholastic in Aug 2020, and they have 6 acclaimed CDs under their belts, including a Latin Grammy for Best Children's Album, 2 additional Latin Grammy nominations, and 2 Parents' Choice Awards (Gold and Silver). "Arriba Abajo" their second album, was designated as a "Notable Children's Recording" by the American Library Association.