Ep. 154: How the government works (and why you should care). | Daniel Golliher

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Are you tired of feeling lost in the murky waters of politics and government? Well, I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Daniel Golliher--and let me tell you, he's bringing a breath of fresh air to the world of civics!

Daniel's journey began after graduating from Harvard with a degree in government. Instead of succumbing to the prevailing notion of politics as inscrutable and unworthy of understanding, he founded Maximum New York—a civics school anchored in the heart of New York City. His goal? To accelerate kind, smart, and ambitious individuals into city and state politics, providing them with an atypical level of knowledge about how government works.

But here's the best part: Daniel is not just shedding light on the complexities of government; he's instilling hope and optimism in the process. His work is grounded in the best possible philosophical base, offering a refreshing perspective on a domain that many perceive as daunting and inaccessible.

After speaking with Daniel, it became clear to me that he's onto something truly transformative. He's challenging the notion that politics is a lost cause and demonstrating that with the right approach, understanding and engaging with government can lead to positive change.

So, if you're ready to embark on a journey of clarity, optimism, and empowerment in the realm of politics, I highly recommend checking out my interview with Daniel Golliher. Trust me, you won't want to miss it!

Check out the full interview and discover how Daniel is reshaping our understanding of government one step at a time.

Here's to a brighter future filled with informed and engaged citizens!

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