Annemarie Shrouder is passionate about creating healthy workplace communities where people feel seen, heard and valued – and can thrive.Read More
Looking to get inspired? Check out this amazing 5-year-old who this year hiked the Appalachian Trail—a journey that took 2,193 miles and 209 days—with his parents. As the youngest ever through-hiker of the trail, this journey is one for the books!Read More
Donna Cameron, After many incredible years in nonprofit management, has been spending her time “pursuing unanswerable questions in good company.” She started this journey by living out one year of being intentionally kind, one day at a time.Read More
Today's guest on the Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast is Bert Pope, a widower raising 4 kids and the Creator and CEO of the Awesome Company, took the world by storm when he decided to make a social network for the good of mankind.Read More
As we go through life, we quickly discover that our actions are the only thing within our control. Random events casually derail our carefully laid plans. Read on to discover how we can be happy AND achieve our goals by focusing on the process, NOT the outcome.Read More
The most powerful asset that our world has to offer is people with good intentions. People like you and me. Imagine identifying and pursuing your dream, being fulfilled at work and at home, and feeling uplifted by a community of people who believe the world is a good place and get you.Read More
Mo Gawdat, former Chief Business Officer of Google X, tells us that we can teach machines to work with remarkable Happiness, Love, and Compassion! And here’s why that could be really good news: Mo describes a possible future where Artificial Intelligence can amplify these three impulses a billion times over! In this episode, he shares with us exactly how to get there.Read More
You're never too old to learn or try something new. Not ever. If you need proof, take a look at 81 year-old Masako Wakamiya, who after never touching a computer until she was 58, coded an entire app to help seniors in her community stay connected and live more fulfilling lives.Read More
To leave a legacy that helps the world, you need only go as far as your local empty lot! By bringing gardens back to the empty spaces in NYC's neighborhoods, Hattie Carthan and Liz Christy started a movement that brought life to formerly desolate spaces, and their work is still flourishing all around the city's residents today.Read More
Creating a new life for ourselves is always possible, and nonprofit ALBA is making that possible for countless people. They're giving immigrant farmworkers the tools and the knowledge to improve their lives by helping them have organic farms of their own!Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
You’re not alone in caring.
There is a wave of goodness and progress well underway, all around the world.