There is a fresh – rather freeing – perspective when it comes to “time-management” that can relieve us from stressing over our inboxes and to-do lists. Our guest, Oliver Burkeman, is just the one to have discovered it. For 10 years, he wrote a column for the Guardian about time-management. And then one day, realized...
Water is a human need and human right to which billions (with a B) of people still lack access. This is a natural resource that the rest of us normally take for granted. But Christoph Gorder, who grew up in the Central African Republic, is working to change that and seeking every day to improve...
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. Listen to Eric and Ted and learn how prioritizing impact over income can be good for you!
Brad Berger is a Certified Financial Planner™ and holistic life planner with almost 30 years of experience in financial planning, coaching, and counseling. Listen to Brad and learn how to budget for future happiness!
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
“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.
Our thought leader for today is Cheldin Barlatt Rumer, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Producer of This Is It Network, a global digital television network that encourages remarkable women to share their economic contributions and worldwide impact through their “Scream Your Dream” philosophy.