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Care for Others and the Money Will Follow with Michael Price

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  There’s no more room for greed and empty promises in business; people want refreshment and purpose behind their purchase. Your ideal clients, happiness, growth, and success are all at your doorstep; and the path to unlocking it starts here. Michael Price is a thought leader, author, international motivational speaker, philanthropist, successful entrepreneur, and visionary…. Read more »

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58 minutes

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Find Your Purpose in Life: Show Up with Curiosity with Adam Morris

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Let’s go on a journey with my friend Adam Morris. If you care about the world, and you’re looking to make it a better place but not seeing the results you want, then tune in to this episode with an open mind. Adam is the co-founder and head of operations at Wild Tiger Tees. As the visionary of this social enterprise, his ability to bring people together through positivity is what got the team to form and take home the funding to initiate it. Always approachable, Adam is a master at conversations through curiosity. He is constantly connecting within social enterprise circles at networking events, interviewing guests for his People Helping People Podcast, or taking dog Aki for walks around the block.

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5 minutes

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No More Steeping in Solitude, Make Friends in This Free Tea Van!

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Would you open up the doors of your home to share a cup of tea with a stranger? What if you made this your daily routine? For this traveler, sharing a cup of tea became more than a way to connect with others—it built an entire community.

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3 minutes

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This 8-year-old Girl’s Mission is to Give Away 2 Million Books

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Books have the power to transport you to another place and make you feel like you are part of the story. A love of reading should be developed at a young age so children can see books as something magical. That’s the gift that 8-year-old  Sela Thompson from Atlanta, Georgia, received from her parents and wants to pass on to other children.

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65 minutes

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Get Unstuck: Move from “Why?” to “What Next?” with Maureen ‘Mo’ McKenna

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How are you during these changing times? Are you feeling stuck, asking, “why me?” I believe this episode is exactly what you need. Today’s thought leader is bridge builder and business mentor, Maureen ‘Mo’ McKenna. Mo is a ‘Pause-itive’ and eclectic explorer and adventurer as she herself is enchanted by knowledge and driven by curiosity. She actively impacts the world through her work with ROE (Return on Energy), a collaborative search to identify and understand an organization’s strengths, its potentials, its greatest opportunities, and people’s hopes for the future. In short, she helps humans be more human and more productive.

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28 minutes

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When Experience Meets Wisdom with “Wise Elder” and Hotelier Chip Conley

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While knowledge may be local, wisdom is global. Meet your biggest untapped resource: the modern “wise elder”. Our thought leader of the day is Chip Conley, the experienced entrepreneur that the young founders of Airbnb hired to mentor them through their meteoric rise to business success. In four years as Head of Global Hospitality & Strategy, Chip taught his award-winning methods to hosts in close to 200 countries. He is now an author, speaker and founder of the Modern Elder Academy.

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15 minutes

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Changing the Narrative and Loving Yourself with All Bodies on Bikes

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Ever doubted you could do something because of the way your body looks? These two thought leaders are on a cross country journey to prove we can do anything our hearts desire and live our best, most happy lives if only we learn to let go of the unrealistic expectations and unnecessary stigmas which society imposes.

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65 minutes

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Stoicism: Ancient Lessons for Modern Resilience with Nancy Sherman

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Today, we’re going to clear the “mist on your mental wind screen.” In this episode we’ll be hearing from distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown U, Nancy Sherman. Nancy is also the Inaugural Distinguished Chair of Ethics at the U.S. Naval Academy. She is fascinated with ancient ethics and how it can inform our modern practices, thought processes, and overall lives. She is the author of Stoicism: Ancient Lessons of Modern Resilience.

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60 minutes

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Be a Systems Thinker: From Chronically Chaotic to Rhythms of Rest with Marilyn Paul Ph.D

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In this episode you’re going to learn how to turn 7 days a week into 8. First, our thought leader of the day is Marilyn Paul, a true ‘systems’ thinker. From projects for WHO to others like cutting down on waste, Marilyn applies her world-class way of finding and applying solutions.

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6 minutes

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The Key to Living a Longer, Fuller Life? Ditch the Routine!

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Live every day you’re alive by breaking your routine. Jed Jenkins quit his job, picked up his life, and lived each day to the fullest, choosing adventure and rediscovering childlike wonder for everything new. Read on to learn a little something about the beauty of spontaneity and the amazing things that come with a willingness to do what scares you. 

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60 minutes

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Lead like a Bee: Business Benefits of a Hive Mind with Jordan Schwartz

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Our thought leader of the day is Jordan Schwartz, a believer of the “Hive Mind” as a strategy for leaders to grow their teams and businesses. The Hive Mind simply refers to the collective intelligence or consciousness of a group of people. Drawing lessons from beehives and ant colonies, Jordan leads his team in implementing his many endeavors, including Pathable, an event app and website channel for conferences and other virtual events. 

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54 minutes

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How One Small Act Can Improve the Lives of Others with Mark Redmond

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Our thought leader of the day is Mark Redmond, who for almost 40 years has been helping kids from tough situations be successful despite the odds against them. This is the second time Mark drops by in our podcast, and he will share more nuggets of wisdom from his experience as the Executive Director of Spectrum Youth & Family Services!

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69 minutes

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Hard Conversations Made Easy with Dr. Marcia Reynolds

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Our thought leader of the day is Dr. Marcia Reynolds, a master of coaching people about engaging in powerful conversations. She is a sought-after transformational coach known for her ability to change people’s minds. Dr. Reynolds drops by to break down the truth behind hard conversations, which she believes can be made easy, and it only takes a few things and mindset shifts to do it.

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10 minutes

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How Saving the Bees Is Saving the Veterans!

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Saving the bees and saving veterans at the same time? Meet Eric, an Iraq veteran who is helping ease the PTSD he and other veterans experience by sharing his love for bees and creating meaning, joy, and healing, in much needed spaces. 

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57 minutes

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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,
“Your Procrastination Prevention Partner,” and the author of “The Discipline of Now: 12 Practical Principles To Overcome Procrastination.” Ted is the “Super CEO” between two who is also a business strategist extraordinaire and all-around good guy.

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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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The Barber Taking His Talent to the Streets to Change Lives

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Could a haircut really change somebody’s life? We’ve all felt that boost of confidence after a great haircut before. But for the clients of The Streets Barber, a fresh haircut has a much bigger meaning. Click in to see how we can all use our talents and passions for good.   

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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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5 minutes

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60 Second Docs: Inspiring Stories in Under a Minute!

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Looking for bite-sized stories of people doing good in the world? In less than a minute, these creators will refresh your view on the possibility and wonder happening around us. Here’s a connection to goodness you’ll definitely want to bookmark!

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15 minutes

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The Secret to Happiness? Don’t Try So Hard

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Are we supposed to be happy all the time? After endlessly trying to chase happiness, Dr. Molly Countermine encountered a different way of framing it and our other emotions that we all can learn from. Here’s how this simple technique can apply to your own life! 

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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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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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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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