Episode 68: Filmmaker Kenny Luck

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Kenny Luck is an author, filmmaker; photographer; videographer; and a doctoral student studying Human Development at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He released the documentary ‘Half Empty: Life in America’s Unhappiest City’ in 2016 and ‘Opioid Nation: The Making of an Epidemic’ in 2017. He last appeared on this podcast in June of 2017 to talk about his work on Henry David Thoreau in his book ‘Thumbing Through Thoreau.’

We talk about his documentaries and — more generally – goal setting, understanding what’s in our control, not being results-oriented, and the pitfalls of perfectionism.

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Opioid Nation: Making of an Epidemic:

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