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You Get What You Give: Impact vs Income in Business with Eric Twiggs and Ted Fells

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Our thought leaders of the day are Eric Twiggs and Ted Fells, the voices behind The 30 Minute Hour, where they aim to inspire their listeners to realize their full potential. Eric calls himself,
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54 minutes

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Mapping Goodness: Making Our Neighborhoods Extraordinary with Hadiya Masieh

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Our thought leader of the day is Hadiya Masieh, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Groundswell Project. The Project is committed to counter violent extremism with peace and community building. Hadiya’s vision is to build empathy among neighborhoods, helping people to celebrate their similarities instead of pointing out their differences. The Project is playing the long game, building systems to free people from prejudice, hate, and extremism.

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57 minutes

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A Rewarding Future Starts With Clarifying Your Values with Bob Glazer

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Our thought leader of the day is Bob Glazer, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Acceleration Partners, a global partner marketing agency. Bob is passionate about providing capacity-building support from individuals to organizations for them to elevate their performances.

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60 minutes

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Budgeting For Future Happiness with Brad Berger

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Brad Berger is a Certified Financial Planner™ and holistic life planner with almost 30 years of experience in financial planning, coaching, and counseling. In this episode, he drops a ton of actionable steps that we can take right away to improve not only our financial status but also our overall well-being.

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54 minutes

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Think For Yourself and Create Your Own Future with Juan David Campolargo

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Juan David Campolargo is already speaking at TED Talks at the age of 17, only a few years after immigrating to the United States from his home country of Venezuela. His personal mission is to spread optimism among his fellow youth and to share ways to remain optimistic despite the challenges they face. Juan David will highlight in this episode that thinking for yourself is not selfish. Rather it’s an easy and simple way to filter the things that you allow to come into your life.

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41 minutes

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Choosing Happiness Ahead of Time: Kindness in Karate with Jeff Wall Jr.

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At the age of 15, Jeff Wall Jr. became the founder of Golden Age Karate, a non-profit organization that travels to nursing homes to teach the elderly the art of karate. Now, at only 16 years old, Jeff is using his black belt on a mission to help seniors discover huge gains in health and incredible confidence out in the world. His mantras are all about kindness and Jeff emphasizes the nonviolent wonders of the martial arts.

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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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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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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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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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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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66 minutes

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The Truth Behind the Conspiracy of Goodness with Liesl Ulrich-Verderber

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Welcome to the Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast! Our thought leader for today is Liesl Ulrich-Verderber, Chief Executive Officer of the Ever Widening Circles. She also founded the Amazing World Media and EWCed to collate innovative and inspiring videos that also trigger curiosity and creativity among their target audience.

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64 minutes

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Navigating the Wood Wide Web with Michael Shields

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Trees can talk to each other. Do you want to know how? Our guest today is Michael Shields, host of Across the Margin: The Podcast. In this episode, we have talked about the power of active listening in looking for stories that are only waiting for us to be discovered. We’ve also discussed trees and how they communicate with one another. Yes, you’ve read that right.

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63 minutes

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How to Get People To Take Care of the Oceans with Nathan Robinson

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Nathan Robinson, his name may not be familiar but you’ve probably watched what he did a few years ago. Do you remember the video of a sea turtle with a plastic straw stuck to its nose? Nathan was the one pulling that straw out of the turtle.

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60 minutes

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Thinking About What’s Possible with Arthur Zards

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Our thought leader for today is Arthur Zards, Executive Director and Founder of TEDxNaperville, through which he was able to build a community where people’s ideas freely flow.

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60 minutes

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How To Live Your Life If You Know You Cannot Fail with Shaun Proulx

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“Canada’s Gay Oprah.” “Visionary entrepreneur.” Shaun Proulx has worn many hats and has been praised many times in the media and entertainment industry, but above everything else, all he’s ever wanted is joy and a life with no regrets.

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58 minutes

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There’s Such A Thing As Overnight Success with Cheldin Barlatt Rumer

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Cheldin Barlatt Rumer, the Chief Executive Officer & Executive Producer of This Is It Network, encourages women to share their economic contributions.

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64 minutes

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The 7 Steps to Stress Mastery with Bill Cortright

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Bill Cortright is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, high-level coach, wellness specialist, and first and foremost, an expert in stress mastery.

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60 minutes

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What Makes a Generation: A Crash Course on Boomers, Millennials, and The Other Generational Archetypes with Dr. Steve Shepard

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Dr. Steve Shepard, founder of the Shepard Communications Group, is a sought-after leader in speaking, writing, photography, and audio and video production, all of which he considered hobbies that he loves doing.

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47 minutes

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Breaking Down Barriers and Crushing Stereotypes with Karl Sona

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Karl Sona is a barrier-breaking entrepreneur who inspires minority to create generational wealth, and individuals to make a life they want to live.

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53 minutes

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The Conspiracy of Goodness in Scuba Diving and Bee Farming with “Merman” Mike Pelley, Timothy Paule, and Nicole Lindsey

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Mike is a scuba diver whose passions are retrieving valuables and trash. Timothy and Nicole founded Detroit Hives to turn vacant lots into bee farms.

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Your Favorite 5 Articles from 2020!

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Ring in a better, brighter year with 2020s most loved articles! Here are 5 stories that made us laugh, gifted us with ah-ha moments, and helped us see the beauty in 2020. 

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74 minutes

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The Best Leaders Don’t Know All The Answers with Drew Dudley

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Drew Dudley is a renowned best-selling author and dynamic international leadership speaker heard by over 250,000 people across 5 continents.

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72 minutes

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A Storyteller’s Thoughts about Philanthropology with Craig Martin

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Craig is a storyteller with a keen eye for the unique, extraordinary, and the bizarre. He shares his story of finding good in people and philanthropy.

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56 minutes

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Interrupting Negative Self-Talk and Seeking Joy with Sydney Weiss

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Sydney Weiss is a lawyer and the creator, host, and producer of Seek The Joy Podcast, telling heartfelt stories on self-love, joy, and connection.

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50 minutes

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Making Food Memories with Chef Yadira Garcia

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Yadi Garcia is a community foodtivist and proud Dominicana, she calls herself ”The “People’s Chef” and believes that food ties all people together.

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Traveling and Storytelling with Earl Bridges

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Earl Bridges, of The Good Road, talks about his pursuit of addressing the world’s most pressing problems with a passion for traveling and storytelling.

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Breathe Better with James Nestor

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How can we know that we are really alive? Is breathing an enough indication of life? In this episode, we have James Nestor, a science journalist who has written about the science of breathing.

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Difference Between Urgent and Important with Rabbi Daniel Cohen

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Our thought leader for today is Rabbi Daniel Cohen, a mentor, guide, and motivator known for his compelling narratives and navigational guides.

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