Embracing what you’re bad at, Opioid settlement funding

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A Wall Street Journal columnist makes the case that we should keep doing things we enjoy even if we’re bad at them. Then, we hear multiple perspectives on what Wisconsin should do with its share of opioid settlement funds.

Featured in this Show

  • Why you should keep doing the things you're bad at — but enjoy

    We discuss why it can be more beneficial to continue — rather than quit — an activity you’re not good at doing.

  • Perspectives on how Wisconsin plans to spend its share of opioid settlement money

    Lawmakers in the state legislature recently approved a plan to spend Wisconsin’s share of opioid settlement funds. We hear from a lawmaker who worked on the plan, the head of an advocacy group fighting against addiction and an expert on the public health response to opioid crisis.

Episode Credits

  • Lee Rayburn Host
  • Tyler Ditter Technical Director
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Rachel Feintzeig Guest
  • Mark Born Guest
  • Dr. Elizabeth Salisbury-Afshar Guest
  • Tracy Burtis Guest