David Whyte

Poet, philosopher and inspirational speaker

Poet, philosopher and inspirational speaker. His books include “The Heart Aroused: Poetry & the Preservation of the Soul in Corporate America” and “The Three Marriages: Reimagining Work, Self and Relationship.”  His latest collection of poems titled “Still Possible” is now available for pre-order and will be in stores in December.

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Host Jonathan Bastian talks with David Whyte about the power of the written and spoken word.

Why poetry still matters — and is more powerful than you think

Host Jonathan Bastian talks with David Whyte about the power of the written and spoken word.

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