Jason Gregor is a sports talk radio host on TSN 1260 in Edmonton. He began his radio career in 2001 after graduating with honours from NAIT's Radio and Television Arts program, and he has hosted his own sports talk show since 2003.
4 books on the list
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A Primer in Creation Spirituality Presented in Four Paths, Twenty-Six Themes, and Two Questions
You should read the Original Blessing by theologian Matthew Fox. Excellent book. Your inference suggests you could really use the enlightenment. – source
The Boy Crisis dives into the critical issues affecting young boys today, from mental health to education, sexuality, and fathering. With a significant decline in education and a surge in suicide rates, this crisis has become more pressing than ever before. This book offers a blueprint for parents, teachers, and policymakers on how to cultivate a sense of purpose in our boys and help them become great leaders and fathers.
“Responsible fatherhood starts with our being responsive to fatherhood. When boys and men are told they are needed, they respond, and become responsible.” Warren Farrell. Such a great book, and one everyone should read. There is a Boy Crisis. – source
Discover the seven core qualities of exceptional captains in sports teams and their leadership style in this game-changing book. Author Sam Walker draws on interviews with athletes, coaches, and more to identify the unconventional traits that inspire teams to greatness. The Captain Class offers riveting accounts of key moments in sports history, challenging conventional ideas of what effective leadership looks like. Packed with insights and praised by industry leaders, this is a must-read for anyone invested in leadership, talent development, or the art of competition.
Some good answers..but I'm going with Maurice "The Rocket" Richard. The Habs dropped him from their reserve list, no one claimed him, and then he went on to become the first 500-goal scorer in NHL history. Read about it in the great book, The Captain Class by Sam Walker. – source
NonfictionPsychologySocial SciencesPoliticsEducationParentingRelationships & FamilySociologyPhilosophy
This nonfiction book delves into the rising rates of anxiety, depression, and suicide on college campuses and nationally, and explores the origins of the problem. Through investigating three terrible ideas that have become commonplace in American childhood and education, the authors outline how this culture of safetyism interferes with young people's development. The book is perfect for anyone who is confused by the changes taking place on college campuses, has children, or is concerned about Americans' growing inability to live, work, and cooperate across party lines.
A fascinating read. First chapter talks about iGen (born after 1995) and the need for emotional safety described as “one should be safe not just from car accidents and sexual assault but from people who disagree with you.”Not sure if accurate but they got me interested to read on – source
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