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Turning Chopsticks into Tables—Rethinking the Value of “Waste”

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You will never look at your take-out chopsticks the same again. Now, they could become your dining room table or beautiful shelving unit! Here’s a company that is radically redefining the value of our waste items, and creating a new, sustainable path forward for all of us along the way.

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14 minutes

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Two Years into the Conspiracy of Goodness—Unveiling a Secret World of Helpers!

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The Conspiracy of Goodness of our times is alive and well. And the world needs to know about it now, more than ever! We can change the trajectory of the future, and it starts by supporting the goodness that is already out there. Here’s how you can be a part of it!

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8 minutes

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’60s Psychedelic Posters: Why This Visual Language Speaks to Us

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Can works of art perfectly capture the look and feel of a generation? Let’s time-warp to San Francisco in the psychedelic 60s, when trippy band posters communicated far more than who was playing a show!

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53 minutes

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Disrupt the Status Quo with Karl Sona

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We welcome back Karl Sona to talk about disruptive mindsets and actions that he thinks can “level up” the way people are interacting with one another. He lays out a few interesting ideas, among which are about friction, convergence, and active learning. He believes that friction is our friend and that convergence can bring a lot of positive difference to the world soon.

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14 minutes

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Hungry Goats: The Unlikely Heroes Preventing Wildfires!

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Goats combating wildfires? In Australia, communities are teaming up with these hungry helpers to restore their forests. And we’re finding inspiration to solve problems in our own lives along the way!

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5 minutes

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The Secret for Success Hidden in a Paper Cut

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Could there be a secret to success so easy that anyone of us can use it no matter our talent or or skill level? This artist may have stumbled upon a recipe for success that any one of us could start on right this moment. Here’s how to “just do it” with the Tiny Blades Project!

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10 minutes

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Raising 300 Black Bears: How One Man is Changing Conservation!

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Having raised over 300 orphaned bears and reintroduced them back to the wild, Ben Kilham has entirely changed how the scientific community sees them! Here’s how getting up close and personal with black bears has been a ticket to saving other animals—like pandas—all around the world. 

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58 minutes

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What Businesses Can Learn from Nature with Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker

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Our thought leader of the day is evolutionary biologist, Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker. She is the author of the Amazon bestseller, “TEEMING,” where she lays out practical recommendations to change businesses and help them flourish long-term.

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12 minutes

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Pushing the Limits of Our Passions: Figure Skating in the Arctic Circle

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Want to reignite a passion of yours? There’s always something new to learn, even with something we’ve been mastering for decades. We’re heading to the Arctic Circle to discover how one master tested her limits, skating into entirely unknown territory and creating one of the most beautiful performances we’ve seen.

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6 minutes

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The Secret Rooms You Aren’t Shown at the Natural History Museum

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Can we predict the future by looking to the past? Behind the fossils and neatly arranged collections we see at a Natural History Museum is a hidden world; one which is unlocking discoveries that are changing our future!

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6 minutes

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A True Chain Reaction: Linking People with Gum Wrappers!

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Clocking in at over a hundred thousand feet, this staggeringly long chain was created by one man over almost 6 decades, with a bit of heartwarming help along the way. Here’s the story of Gary Duschl, a very unique Guinness Book of World Record holder who will inspire us all! 

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55 minutes

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The 3 D’s To Organize Your Life with The Mindfulness Mentor™ Drayton Boylston

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Our thought leader of the day is The Mindfulness Mentor™, Drayton Boylston. Drayton has been advising executives from boardroom to meditation cushion, for decades and he’s helping “Bring Mindfulness to the Mainstream.”

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How This Little Town Survives without Roads or Cars

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What if you never had to hear the sound of cars outside of your window again? For the residents of this Netherlandish town, that’s reality: most of Giethoorn isn’t accessible by four wheels, but rather by canal boat! Here’s a lovely look at a world without roads.

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13 minutes

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How the Colorful World of Oz Changed Movies Forever

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Reds and yellows and blues, oh my! Remember when Dorothy opened the door to Oz? We’re traveling back in time to discover an amazing innovation that has quite literally changed the world we see today!

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13 minutes

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Making Your Own Groove: What Happens When Ballet and Hip-Hop Combine?

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What happens when you take the soul of hip-hop and combine it with the grace of classical ballet? Here’s how a group of classically trained ballet dancers are turning the future of dance on its head. Meet Hiplet! 

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53 minutes

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Love Your Body Shape More with Julia Parzyck

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Julia Parzyck once struggled with an eating disorder in her younger years. As many women do, she struggled to accept her body shape because society sets unreasonable standards that are inapplicable to everyone. Julia learned it the hard way but was able to recover because of the help from other people. She’s now working with women to build healthy relationships with their bodies, food, and movement, emphasizing that their worth is not tied to how they look, but to who they are as people. 

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8 minutes

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Is OK the Old OMG? How Teenage Slang Takes Over the World

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Could current teenage slang have the staying power to still be in frequent use 200 years from now? That’s just what happened with a word I’d bet you say every single day. Stick with me on this one, OK?

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10 minutes

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How Painted Wolves Are Saving a National Park!

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Is fear a good thing? In a gorgeous valley of southern Mozambique, reintroducing fear has restored order and allowed their ecosystem to once again thrive after humans sent it spiraling out of check. Here’s the story of Gorongosa National Park’s revival—thanks to the return of the painted wolf!

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20 minutes

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Uncovering a History Lost at Sea: The Slave Wrecks Project

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Can you imagine being able to discover your own history? Black divers and maritime archaeologists are diving to the depths of shipwrecks to recover stories that had been missing from our world history, until now.

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60 minutes

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Finding New Roads While Redefining Yourself with Stefanie Schaffer

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Welcome back to the Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast! Our thought leader of the day is Stefanie Schaffer, an inspiring human being who managed to find new roads in her life after a fatal accident. The accident left her with broken bones, internal bleeding, and damaged legs that needed to be amputated. 

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Welcome to Burning Man for Car Geeks!

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Taking creativity to whole new levels is even more fun in a crazy community! You won’t see shiny cars or world-class engines at this car race, no, but you will see some of the craziest Frankenstein-like cars around. Best thought of as “Burning Man for car geeks,” the 24 Hours of LeMons shows there is no end to possibility!

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