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In the final part of his month-long series on great mentors, Slate contributor Eric Liu talks with Juilliard School instructor Robert Abramson, who teaches highly trained music students to do something they normally aren't allowed to do: improvise.
Slate contributor Eric Liu continues his series on mentoring with 1st Sgt. Peter Hall, a Marine Corps drill instructor. Hall teaches Liu how to drill a squad of Marines and how to capture the elusive quality called "command presence."
In the second of a series of reports on mentoring, Slate contributor Eric Liu talks with Major League Baseball pitching coach Bryan Price of the Seattle Mariners about how to throw balls that make batters miss.
January is National Mentoring Month, and Slate contributor Eric Liu brings listeners the first part of a four-part series on mentors. He talks with acting coach Ivana Chubbuck, who has coached Halle Berry and Charlize Theron. (Warning: This segment contains language about movie violence that may be offensive to some listeners.)