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Voiceover artist and podcast host Kris Brown

Can You Be Overly Optimistic? Finding Balance in Big Ideas with Kris Brown (Episode #184)

In the quiet corners of Vermont, amidst the soothing hum of nature, there's an almost impossibly deep and velvety voice that resonates with wisdom and authenticity: Meet Kris Brown, a voice over expert whose path to success has been anything but ordinary. His journey is marked by struggles (like incarceration and homelessness), redemption (through insightful strategies), and, through it all, a relentless pursuit of several passions that he is now bringing together in a life that can inspire us all.
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Jennifer Bushman, chef, sustainable seafood advocate and aquaculture expert

Where’s Your Fish From? The Future of Sustainable Seafood with Jennifer Bushman (Episode #183)

Jennifer Bushman is a leading expert in elevating ingeniously sustainable “water farming.” Aquaculture now has the potential to provide abundant seafood, as well as foods from freshwater sources, all over the world. Get ready to be delighted—and hungry—as you learn about this consumer shift that you’ll surely be anxious to participate in.
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People’s Actions Leaving You Baffled? Here’s How to Cultivate Understanding

Encountering behavior that seems inexplicable can be immensely frustrating. Whether it's a family member, friend, or colleague making decisions that appear counterintuitive, our first instinct might be to react with confusion or annoyance. However, amidst this confusion, there lies an opportunity to cultivate understanding.
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Doug Barnard Iraq travel guide

Mythbusting Travel: Goodness in Iraq with Doug Barnard (Episode #182)

Doug Barnard is a seasoned YouTuber with over 500,000 followers, as well as a guide who takes people on wondrous journeys to places often maligned in mass media, like Iraq. Barnard has found the people there amazing in their generosity and goodwill, and he embraces the opportunity to showcase the wonders of ancient lands that are untouched by tourism.
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An Astronaut’s View: Flourishing on Spaceship Earth Together with Nicole Stott (Episode #181)

Astronaut Nicole Stott isn't your average adventurer; she's one of the few individuals who have had the privilege of leaving Earth and venturing into the vast unknown, experiencing the wonder of living and working aboard a shuttle and the ISS. With over 100 days spent in space, Nicole has gained a unique perspective on our planet and the universe beyond.
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How to Build Great Relationships!

How well do you know your parents and how are your relationships with them? There will come a time when your parents become your children. Trust me—it will happen. And then they will be gone, and you realize that you are alone, and you never really knew them. So how do you make sure that you form closer bonds with them before they exit the stage?
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Artist, Educator, and Social Entrepreneur Ernesto Rodriguez of Sereneview

Transforming Stressful Spaces with Nature Photography with Ernesto Rodriguez (Episode #180)

Ernesto Rodriguez is using a lifetime of experiences bridging art, science, and nature to create healing environments, and he can teach us how to combine our own unique life experiences to create real impact in remarkable ways. During this interview, you may see a path for yourself appear: one that allows you to live with joyous energy to the very end.
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58 min watch
Dr. Rebecca Cliffe of the Sloth Conservation Foundation

Save the Sloths and You Save Everything Else with Rebecca Cliffe (Episode #179)

Dr. Rebecca Cliffe is the founder of one of the world’s largest organizations for the conservation of the endearing, always-smiling sloth. Sloths aren’t just the latest trendy, adorable animal: Dr. Cliffe is here to inform us that they are worth every moment of constant attention and adoration, and to help us understand how we can assist this remarkable wildlife partner.
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biomimicry content strategist katie losey

Looking to Nature to Solve Complex Problems with Katie Losey (Episode #178)

Did you know that many of the design and engineering problems we face today have actually already been solved through millions of years of evolution, by nature itself? Katie Losey, a science writer, is passionately advocating for the use of biomimicry—the study and application of nature’s hidden genius—in modern-problem solving.
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