Q: I am a veteran teacher who also happens to be blind. Another teacher from school gives me a ride to work every day. Our job is tough: it’s tons of work with challenging kids, but I love what I do. My driver does not—she complains about it all the…
In episode 3 of Good Newscast, sponsored by Frost Bank, our hosts discuss community and homelessness, strangers honoring a Vietnam veteran, and the courage it takes to be the youngest producer in Hollywood.
If there is good out there, Owen, Andrew, and Arely will find it. In Episode 2 of Good Newscast, sponsored by Frost Bank, our hosts tidy up closets, cheer on a mission to Disney for career development, and take notice of the seeds that Lady Bird Johnson knowingly planted long ago.
Psychologists Art Markman and Bob Duke, hosts of the Two Guys on Your Head podcast, give advice on what to do when you reach a crossroads in your career.
The Texas Optimism Project and Frost Bank are proud to introduce the Good Newscast, a podcast about good news in the world.
The Texas Optimism Project has searched far and wide for extraordinary Texans, but sometimes the most inspiring people are right in your own backyard, er, office. The Texas Monthly staff answered questions about the little ways they stay motivated and positive. This video is part of the …
The Texas Optimism Project paid a visit to the River Walk in San Antonio and asked folks how they stay optimistic. Here’s what they had to say. This video is part of the Texas Optimism Project, a sponsored partnership between Texas Monthly and Frost Bank’s Opt for Optimism initiative.
The Texas Optimism Project wants to know your questions on life, career, and everything in between.
Optimism isn’t just a state of mind, it’s a practice. But seizing an opportunity to improve things can rarely be done alone. Texans work together every day to help their neighbors, respond to disaster, and build brighter futures. We’ve spotlighted six Texans creating optimism in their communities—with the help of…
A list of Texas shops that give back to the communities they serve and the people who make their products, curated by the Texas Optimism Project.