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Political correctness and social awareness has been in the spotlight for many reasons. Most recently with the holiday song "Baby It's Cold Outside" and 90s TV shows such as Friends and Seinfeld, social media has been abuzz with complaints and arguments about the appropriateness of "classic" songs and hit TV shows. The conversations seems to brush u…
 
The term 'nationalism' has become a hot topic recently. The word has a roller coaster history, but is often used in more of a negative light. Although some people today, including President Donald Trump, are embracing the term and trying to justify it. But what is nationalism, and is it the opposite of globalism? In this episode, Pat & Britt tackle…
 
Technology has always moved us forward and improved out lives... or has it? We love our devices and the connection they afford us to the greater world and the people in it. But have we come to rely on our tech too much? Can tech replace human interaction? What are we doing to our brains as we feed our need for instant gratification in the internet …
 
We are all complicated people, and we don't like to be put in boxes. That leads to complicated conversations and complicated discussions around tough topics. So what is the best way to have these conversations? Is it to compartmentalize each facet and discuss them individually? Or are we better off having a conversation where everything connects to…
 
Protests and boycotts seem to be a regular part of our American lives. From social media to TV shows to sporting events — there's a never-ending amount of causes and issues to support or protest. Recently Colin Kaepernick was chosen by Nike to be the star of an advertising campaign, and with that campaign came protests and counter-protests. In this…
 
The recent US Open women's final match between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka has been in the news and circling the internet for a few weeks. There have been many articles written on every facet of the match - and specifically the controversy that stemmed from the officiating of the match. It's a complicated topic that touches several hot-button s…
 
Truth and facts always seem to be changing. They seem to change with time, with the internet, with people. How do we navigate how truth is presented and interpreted? Can we all live different truths? In this episode, Pat & Britt tackle the tip of the iceberg on the topic of truth as they wade into the waters of absolute vs. relative truth and discu…
 
Introvert, extrovert, judger, observer, achiever, futurist, loyalist, idealist, helper; the lost goes on and on. There are many personality tests around - from Myers Briggs to Enneagram to Buzzfeed. Some do a better job than others at helping us figure out and explain our personalities. But what happens when we view our personality traits as negati…
 
Biases exist all around us. We have them. Our friends have them. News has them. Even social media channels have them. Biases color our world and the information we take in - whether we realize it or not. In this week's episode Pat & Britt talk about how news and other content is molded before it reaches us, and what that means for our conversations…
 
Having conversations about our beliefs and opinions online and offline today is difficult - especially when the conversation centers on a divisive cultural topic. In this introductory episode, Pat & Britt talk about why they started Renovation Theory, and what they want it to become. They walk through the 5 core values of Renovation Theory that wil…
 
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