How All Our Safety Rules Make Life More Dangerous & The Amazing Power of Kindness
Published November 8, 2016
41 min
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    When you go on an airplane, you can’t take liquids or knives or box cutters because, well, those are the rules. But are those rules making us safer? Or have we gone overboard with the whole idea of safety. Check the number of safety and warning labels on a step ladder. Are they all really necessary? Tracey Browne author of Playing By the Rules shares her findings – and what she claims is that all this safety is actually putting us more at risk. Also, simple acts of kindness can make a huge difference. That is the beautiful message from Laura Schroff author of Angels on Earth. Listen to discover how you can make a difference in your corner of the world. You will feel better when you hear this conversation. And, paying your dues is important in some careers but not in others. Sometimes it is better to be an inexperienced “newbie” than an experienced worker. Finally, the problem of unruly airline passengers. It seems more of them show up on the news today than ever before. Are they dangerous? How are airline crews trained to handle them? Listen and find out. It’s really interesting.
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