Episodes

March 12, 2021

#24, How the whole world is shifting towards shared ownership, with Donnie Maclurcan

Episode 24 is the second part of my interview with Donnie Maclurcan. In episode 23, we explored the roots of capitalism, its pros and cons, how money is created, what’s missing in economic models, and the problem that arises with too much...

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March 5, 2021

#23, Is Capitalism Collapsing? with Donnie Maclurcan

In this episode, I interview Donnie Maclurcan. We explore the roots of capitalism, its pros and cons, how money is created, what’s missing in economic models, the problem that arises with too much privatization of wealth, and the clever paradigm...

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Jan. 15, 2021

#22, The Science of Happiness: moving through fear and finding purpose, with Shadé Zahrai

In this episode, I interview Shadé Zahrai. Shadé is a coach, entrepreneur, keynote speaker and mindset expert. She has the most impressive portfolio: Telstra Women’s Business Award, New York Times, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, Adriana Huffington’s...

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Jan. 8, 2021

#21, The Science of Happiness: 5 areas of fulfillment and 5 inner critics, with Shadé Zahrai

In this episode I interview Shadé Zahrai. Shade is a former lawyer but she also holds a Bachelor in Psychology, a Diploma in positive psychology and has also trained to be a leadership coach. The list of her mentions and achievements is really...

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Dec. 12, 2020

#20, How to open difficult conversations with your husband, boss or friend, with Dorset Campbell-Ross

In this episode, I interview Dorset Campbell-Ross. Dorset is a counsellor, certified in non-violent communication. He is also an NLP Master Practitioner and Hypnotherapist, codependency lecturer, seminar leader, and mediator. He has conducted business...

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Dec. 4, 2020

#19, How to avoid and resolve any conflict with non-violent communication, with Dorset Campbell-Ross

In this episode, I interview Dorset Campbell-Ross. Dorset is a counsellor certified in non-violent communication. He is also an NLP Master Practitioner and Hypnotherapist, codependency lecturer, seminar leader, and mediator. He has conducted business...

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Nov. 27, 2020

#18, How meditation can improve our communication and heal society, with Susan Barnes

My speaker for this episode is Susan Barnes. Susan has an amazing story. In the first part of her life, she was the controller of a hedge fund, before becoming a meditation teacher, personal growth facilitator and artist. In episode 17, we discussed...

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Nov. 20, 2020

#17, Meditation, purpose and work, with Susan Barnes

In this episode, I interview Susan Barnes. Susan has an amazing story. In the first part of her life she was the controller of a hedge fund, before becoming a meditation teacher, personal growth facilitator, and artist. In our conversation she...

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Nov. 14, 2020

#16, Planting trees to save the world PART 2, with Maximo Bottaro

In this episode, I interview Maximo Bottaro. Maximo is the co-founder of ReForest Now, an NGO whose purpose is to grow and plant trees, and educate people about biodiversity and forests. Maximo’s knowledge of ecology is impressive. After studying...

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Nov. 6, 2020

#15, Planting trees to save the world PART 1, with Maximo Bottaro

In this episode, I interview Maximo Bottaro. Maximo is the co-founder of ReForest Now, an NGO whose purpose is to grow and plant trees, and educate people about biodiversity and forests. Maximo’s knowledge of ecology is impressive. After studying...

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Sept. 18, 2020

#14, From Fashion to Regeneration and re-Indigenization, with Kamea Chayne

In this episode, I interview Kamea Chayne, the host of the GreenDreamer podcast. Kamea is an eco-activist, author and podcaster who’s released no less than 260 episodes since May 2018. Greendreamer is the closest thing I have found to FutureSeeds....

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Aug. 31, 2020

#13, Healing the Community, with Tessa MacKenzie

A conversation about disconnection, addictions, and social and mental health issues

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July 11, 2020

#12, Your Future is Local: Put your Money where your Life is, with Michael H Shuman

How local businesses and communities are the real economy that feeds and support us, and how the system is skewed to profit big corporations

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May 13, 2020

#11, When Democracies Turn Digital To Fight Corruption, with Santiago Siri

In this episode, I interview Santiago Siri. Santiago is an impressive man. He is primarily a programmer and has great skills in the blockchain technology. However, he is also an activist. In his country, Argentina, he founded a political party and got...

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April 17, 2020

#10, Does everyone have a Calling? with Caroline Myss

How is it that some feel a compulsion to do something grand - to “have an impact” as the modern vocabulary puts it - while some others do not? I get to ask Caroline Myss this question, and her answer is at least thought-provoking if not brilliant....

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April 1, 2020

#9, Love Out Loud, with Nicole Gibson

We try to be someone, we try to do great things, we strive, we battle, we win and lose. But often we forget why. Why do we do what we do? What is at the core of everything we live for? Nicole Gibson, through her enthusiasm, her faith and her...

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March 19, 2020

#8, Embracing The Brokenness Of The World, with Eli Jaxon-Bear and Gangaji

How can we keep a healthy mind in times of crisis? In this interview, Eli and Gangaji offer an invitation into a lesser-known path, one that teaches that surrendering to the raw reality, to the pain, can actually bring us great love and compassion....

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March 1, 2020

#7, The untold truth about our social and ecological collapse, with Helena Norberg-Hodge

Many talk about climate change, but rare are those who dare to speak about its systemic, deeply-ingrained root cause. Depression, unemployment, racism and climate change indeed seem to be all interconnected through the invisible web of the power of...

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