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Do you want to be a healer? From psychedelic medicine to therapy to bodywork, after experiencing an awakening many hear the call to serve in the healing arts, but how do we create a practice that is both ethical and sustainable? Laura Mae Northrup, author of Radical Healership, breaks it down on today's episode. On the show we discuss why people get into the work of healing others, as well as what Laura calls “shadow whys.” We discuss managing money as an act of love and how both overcharging and undercharging for services is unethical. Laura shares her perspective of marketing, and her experience of writing a book to support healers. Finally we discuss humility and doing your own healing work, because the client must be the hero in the journey. Laura Mae Northrup is an author, educator, somatic psychotherapist, and podcaster. Her book Radical Healership is now available for purchase. She is the host and creator of the podcast Inside Eyes, an audio series about people using entheogens & psychedelics to heal from sexual trauma. Her work focuses on defining sexual violence through a spiritual and politicized lens, mentoring healing practitioners in creating a meaningful path, and supporting the spiritual integrity of our collective humanity. She is a champion of living more fully engaged and responsible lives through the healing use of entheogens, psychedelics, play, and psychotherapy. Timestamps :08 - Who are healers and what is healing? :15 - The “Shadow Why” and how not to do harm :29 - Overcharging and undercharging and managing money as an act of love :41 - Marketing healing services :45 - Writing a book while on psychedelics :51 - Your client is the hero in the journey Links: Laura Mae Northrup: https://www.lauramaenorthrup.com/ Radical Healership: https://www.northatlanticbooks.com/shop/radical-healership/ Inside Eyes Podcast: https://insideeyes.libsyn.com/ Laura on Psychedelic Therapy Podcast: https://www.mayahealth.com/podcast/laura-northrup The Soul Wound by Eduardo Duran: https://www.amazon.com/Healing-Soul-Wound-Multicultural-Foundations/dp/0807746894 Why You Shouldn't Write a Book: https://scribemedia.com/not-write-book/
Closing the UN Ocean Conference on Friday, Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs, Miguel de Serpa Soares, spelled out the challenges that still need to be addressed to ensure lasting protection and the restoration of our Ocean. Looking back on the week, Mr. Soares sat down with UN News's Eleuterio Guevane. He started by laying out what the conference had achieved.
Taste Radio's hosts riffed on Bang founder/CEO Jack Owoc's unforgettable stage appearance at BevNET Live Summer 2022, M&A headlines in the business of beer and food, why it's important to stay connected to our newsrooms and notable new products, including pickle-infused hummus and a fizzy drink inspired by the flavors of Korean cuisine. We also feature our latest edition of The Maxi Minutes for a conversation about what investors don't want to hear in a pitch. Show notes: 0:52: A Free Tee, John Was Glued To His Screen, Three Stars… And Vegan, Steaming At Home – The episode opens with a reminder on how to get a free Taste Radio t-shirt (hint: it's really easy), a less-than-craven take on a ‘bang' up interview and how Jacqui convinced Ray that Michelin might have it right when it comes to a high-end restaurant. The hosts also discussed the recent acquisition of two well-known brands, why samples are really helpful and why Ray is excited about coming back to BevNET HQ. 26:25: The Maxi Minutes, Part 4 – Maxine Kozler Koven, the co-managing director of Los Angeles-based investment firm LDR Ventures, advised listeners on what not to say to a potential investor and also tackles the timely topic of supply chain challenges and how to address them with your funding partners. Brands in this episode: Bang Energy, Clif Bar, Stone Brewing, Soultopia, Teaonic, Parch, Halmi, Berry Bissap, Vermont Smoke & Cure, Razorwire Energy, Ithaca Hummus, Grillo's, Snow Days, Wholly Veggie, FOMO Baking Co., Ruani
Sarah Bratton Hughes, Head of ESG and Sustainable investing at American Century Investments, discusses how the appeal for impact investing has reached all-time highs. Hosts: Carol Massar and Mike Regan Producer: Paul Brennan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to episode thirty. Our most diabetic-shoe-filled and unhinged episode yet. We're talking: How to remain sane with all the airport slow downs, flight delays, and last min cancellations How sustainable fashion is haunting us as the latest Sexy Unique Scam Our haunted “capsule” wardrobe carts for our hot Italian pizza filled summers Want more? Join us for free, weekly, extra ghoulish email The Grext, that goes out each Friday with links to share to make you feel smart in the group text. FREE! Write us a review on Apple podcasts to be entered to win this easy breezy Glow Cube Ice Roller For Face Eyes AND this insanely effective My Topicals Slather Body Cream. Check out our Good for U(?) Top Shelf for the latest products we're fawning over --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodforu/message
Join me today as I Interview Damara Murphy on Take the Leap. Damara Murphy is a Life Coach. She holds degrees in sociology and education with certifications in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and holistic practices. She's a wife and mom of four. The UnNesting Method helps women create sustainable habits to reach measurable goals through scaffolding techniques for ultimate support and life-long mastery. We invite you to join us in subscribing to our podcast, attending our events, or simply following us on social media! https://www.linkedin.com/in/colleen-biggs/ You can also reach our team and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Snag a copy of her latest book, Step Into the Spotlight to Expand your Influence here https://colleenbiggs.net/books/. To connect with our guest today: Damara Murphy www.unnestingmom.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/unnestingmom/ Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@damaram LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/damaramurphy Text LEAP to 708-581-6591 for a special give-away!
For more than a quarter century, economist and Harvard Kennedy School professor Dani Rodrik has been ringing alarm bells about the dangers of globalization. And for a long time, it didn't seem like a whole lot of people were listening. Now as record economic inequality, a climate in crisis, and global financial shocks from to the COVID pandemic and Russia's invasion of Ukraine have exposed the vulnerabilities and shortcomings of unchecked globalization and neoliberal orthodoxy about the primacy of markets, Rodrik may be having the world's least-satisfying “I told you so” moment. But while the temptation might be to look backward for vindication, Rodrik is choosing to look toward solutions instead. He says that finding a way forward for the world economy will require two kinds of thinking: small picture—about how to create good jobs in an equitable way in specific settings—and big picture: imaging possible futures and what a more inclusive, post-globalization economy might look like. And he says it will also mean freeing political and economic discourse from what he calls a “prison of ideology” that rigidly limits policymakers' ability to consider solutions outside of market-centric approaches. Rodrik recently launched a new project called Reimagining the Economy with fellow professor Gordon Hansen, supported by a $7.5 million grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. The initiative will be based at the Kennedy School's Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy.
Today's podcast is essential for our humanity's well-being. I interview Kia Guarino, the executive director of Pro Choice Washington, to discuss how to manage our emotions and take purposeful action to fight for reproductive freedom. Kia gives us a clear snapshot of what is happen with abortion rights from a macro and micro level across the country and more specifically in Washington state. We discuss how to manage our emotions and stay politically active from a purposeful place and ditch the reactive energy that will lead to burnout. Kia also shares many ways to get involved and create impact. Take a listen, share this episode with a friend and check out the resources below. Let's remember that taking care of yourself is essential during these times because the world needs each one of us to be showing up. Showing up doesn't have to be exhausting, but instead it can be empowering. If you are looking for more ways you can take care, check out Centered in the City so that you can have access to a holistic library of over 200 + mindfulness based resources at your fingertips whenever and wherever you are. Learn more and sign up for your 7-day free trial at CenteredintheCity.org. (Scholarships are available for those in need.) ***** Kia Guarino (she/her) joined as executive director with Pro Choice Washington in October 2020 because of her dedication to the advancement of reproductive freedom and social justice. Kia joined Pro-Choice Washington from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where she served as Program Officer for Family Planning and Gender Equality Advocacy since 2017. Kia brings a background of global health and international development, economics, policy, and advocacy, having previously worked with Albright Stonebridge Group, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, and Amnesty International. Kia also served as Program Manager for the Africa Region with Operation Smile, working across ten countries. In this role, Kia organized and implemented large-scale programs, as well as managed existing and launched new country offices in close partnership with local governments and key stakeholders. Kia earned a MsPH in Global Health, International Health Systems from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and a MA in International Development and Economics from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She also earned her BA in Communication Studies and International Studies from Boston College. Resources: Finding Care: To find a legitimate provider and clinic, you can visit abortionfinder.org and INeedAnA.com The Washington Department of Health also has good resources for finding an abortion in Washington state Abortion Funds: You can find donate to abortion funds in your area Our local fund is Northwest Abortion Access Fund, and you can donate here and sign up volunteer here Indigenous Women Rising is a national group that focuses on support abortion access to indigenous folks across the country Local Clinics (WA): To donate to local abortion clinics, like Cedar River Clinics, All Women's Health, and All Women's Care Local Policy & Legislative Change: Our rights are dependent on our local policies and lawmakers now – and it takes a lot of work to mobilize for change at the local level. Check out the State Abortion Access Network to find local grassroots groups At Pro-Choice Washington, here are five ways for you to get involved, including through donations SURGE Reproductive Justice is another local partner working on community engagement with Black and other communities of color
System creation is an integral part of producing and packaging product especially as volume increases. We dedicate a lot of time and attention to helping us perform these tasks as seamless as possible. Today we talk about some of those systems and how we approach our system creation. Also, Tre is gone and Elijah knows some John Wayne facts. Get our Kombucha delivered to your door! visit us on our store to order here! Check out our Patreon for exclusive content and extended interviews! Also make sure to stop by the online merch store to buy some Thrive merch! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thrivekombucha/message
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Summer fun never fails to have a blooper or two, and someone is bound to get burned, cut, broken, in one way or another.That's why it's so important to know, or grow plants around you!In this episode I share my 3 top herbs for first aid for these inevitable accidents.Are you ready to use more plants as medicine within your family???Then it's time for you to discover the most potent and powerful remedies that you already have, know, and love, check out my class, all about Medicinal Herb Swaps In Your Kitchen Cabinet.Inside this class you'll get:Video downloads of each lessonRecipe guides on each plantPlus my best tips and tricks to making your remedies so tasty that nobody can resist!Register for the class right here, and get all the tasty recipe downloads to go with it!
When most people think of sustainable fashion, they think of a minimalist wardrobe—a sea of browns, beiges, and creams. But designer and content creator Sara Camposarcone is teaching the world that maximalism—chunky jewelry, layering, bold prints, and lots of color—can be sustainable, too. For show notes, visit https://brightly.eco/what-is-sustainable-maximalism/.
What will you do if you find yourself on the front lines of sustainable art? In this episode of The Frequency of Creativity, host Melinda Harr Curley welcomes guest Gina Herrera. Gina creates large, graceful sculptures made from found objects. She was a reservist in the military and served a one-year tour in Iraq. While there, she was saddened by the thousands of acres of trash the military left there called The Graveyard. When she returned to the U.S and enrolled in graduate school, she became more curious about the use of chemicals to create art. This experience inspired her to create art from found objects and establish her voice as an environmentalist. Please tune in to discover more about what it is like to be on the front lines of sustainable art.
We are focusing on India this week at Veriten and are excited to study the country, their needs, their challenges, and their opportunities. Today we were delighted to welcome Sunita Narain, Director General of the Center for Science and the Environment (CSE). Sunita is a 40-year environmentalist, political activist, and author; her work includes in-depth research on the governance and management of the environment. She is the editor of " Down to Earth" magazine and the author of " Conflicts of Interest," a collection of essays on the environmental movement in India. We were lucky enough to meet Sunita at this year's CERAWeek in Houston and as you will hear, she is incredibly passionate, upbeat, thoughtful, and pleasant. We are big fans and supporters. To start the session, Sunita provides background on the CSE and their history. The CSE is a think tank agency that focuses their research on environmental issues with the intent to use their research to push for change. In our discussion, we touch on India's advanced waste management systems, the coal industry, the letter Sunita wrote to the Finance Minister about natural gas taxation, air quality, water management, climate change, the current high temperatures in India, energy security, developing the energy grid in India, and the importance of thinking interdependently in today's world. We wrap up with Sunita's vision for the energy and environmental world in ten years, and her thoughtful and touching response emphasizes how different the developing world is from the day-to-day discussions we have in the OECD. Overall, we are excited to follow the CSE's developments in the upcoming years and are also glad to have made an incredible friend in Sunita. Mike Bradley kicked off the session with a look at energy and commodity performance and highlighted key upcoming macro events, including the Supreme Court's ruling on West Virginia v. the Environmental Protection Agency and its importance. Colin Fenton chimed in with a follow-up on the LME copper curve, manufacturing activity, and China's shortening of COVID lockdown restrictions. Later this week, we will sit down with Monte Dobson, CEO and Lead County Manager of ExxonMobil India and are excited to spend more time learning about India. As always, thanks to you all for your support!
TITLE: GBES - A Look at BREEAM Breana Wheeler became BRE's Director of Operations in the US in June 2016, launching BREEAM USA in the US market. BREEAM is the world's first green building rating system and today is the most widely used program worldwide with over 2.2 million registered buildings and over 560,000 certifications. Breana organizes and oversees the daily operations of the business in the United States, including the development and maintenance of the BREEAM USA technical standards. Prior to joining BRE, Breana worked for ten years as an internal advisor on environmental and sustainability risk management for large, multinational corporations and was based in London, England. Breana is a Member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA), a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) and a LEED® Green Associate. She was a Fellow with the Royal Geographical Society from 2010 to 2014. She has a double BA in Geography and Political Science from San Francisco State University and an MA in Environment, Politics and Globalization from Kings College London. Expertise: BREEAM, LEED O+M, environmental risk assessment and management, carbon reporting and management, sustainability communications, training, auditing, assessment, sustainable travel planning and strategy, development of sustainability strategies, Environmental Management Systems (14001), sustainable procurement. Gregory Patton is a member of the Sustainability Consulting Team at Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) as a Senior Sustainability & Energy Consultant. In this role, he oversees multiple projects related to Sustainable and Healthy Buildings. In addition to managing LEED, WELL, and Fitwel projects for clients, he also provides support to SIG's Engineering Team for ENERGY STAR, Commissioning, and technical expertise centered around existing buildings. Gregory joined SIG in January of 2022 and brings two decades of operational experience to the team. Throughout his career he has successfully operated and managed numerous large commercial buildings as well as sustainability programs for clients. Gregory's deep understanding of building systems and his passion to create a Sustainable and Healthy Future has enabled him to excel in the sustainability space. Gregory holds professional accreditations for LEED O+M, LEED BD+C, LEED ID+C, LEED HOMES, LEED Green Rater, WELL, and is a Fitwel Ambassador and BREEAM In-Use Assessor. Originally from Florida (GO GATORS), Gregory has adapted to Colorado life and can be found outside enjoying the 300+ days of sunshine and blue skies that Colorado has to offer. He enjoys hiking, kayaking, live sporting events, and traveling with his wife and son Show Highlights Learn 3 things sustainability needs to deliver value and go beyond green for better outcomes. BREEAM's science based solutions, certification and footprint. Programs for life cycle stages for all types of buildings to make significant improvements and not just gain certifications. The 9 categories to BREEAM's holistic approach to handle the integrity of managing the asset in confirming data. Science driven tools and resources to identify gaps and add value to builds Understanding the specific BREEAM Professional roles and licenses, educational requirements, and assessment process. Unpacking BREEAM Cost and price points Carbon and energy efficiency vs Energy Star Regional components Comparisons with LEED, WELL, and Living Building Transparency and clients choice Breeana Wheeler's Show Resource and Information Breana Wheeler Connect with Charlie Cichetti and GBES Charlie on LinkedIn Green Building Educational Services GBES on Twitter Connect on LinkedIn Like on Facebook Google+ GBES Pinterest Pins GBES on Instagram GBES is excited our membership community is growing. Consider joining our membership community as members are given access to some of the guests on the podcasts that you can ask project questions. If you are preparing for an exam, there will be more assurance that you will pass your next exam, you will be given cliff notes if you are a member, and so much more. Go to www.gbes.com/join to learn more about the 4 different levels of access to this one-of-a-kind career-advancing green building community! If you truly enjoyed the show, don't forget to leave a positive rating and review on iTunes. We have prepared more episodes for the upcoming weeks, so come by again next week! Thank you for tuning in to the Green Building Matters Podcast! Copyright © 2022 GBES
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) launched the QFC Sustainable Sukuk and Bonds Framework in March 2022. The framework is part of the financial center's efforts to develop Qatar's debt capital market, which seeks to emulate the success of the Malaysian capital market. We speak to Aymane Doukali, the head of Islamic and structured finance at QFC, about how the framework will impact sustainable issuances in the region.
In this episode we meet the co-founder of Fresho, Huw Birrell. Fresho is used by tens of thousands of chefs around the world who simply reach for their device to choose exact quantities for their needs, much like an online shopping experience but specifically tailored to the fast paced B2B food industry. Fresho recently announced a $10m funding round and is set to expand in the US as it targets becoming the world's leading ordering platform for food supply chains and a major source of intelligence for the food industry. Tune in to this conversation to learn more about their backstory, growth and upcoming US launch.
Welcome to the next installment of the Anesthesia Patient Safety podcast hosted by Alli Bechtel. This podcast is an exciting journey towards improved anesthesia patient safety. Don't miss the exciting conclusion of our 3-part interview series. We are continuing the conversation about sustainable health care with Jonathon McBride and Matthew Meyer, two APSF authors in the June 2022 APSF Newsletter. Tune in to learn about the steps that anesthesia professionals can take to keep patients safe and move towards a more sustainable healthcare system. © 2022, The Anesthesia Patient Safety FoundationFor show notes & transcript, visit our episode page at apsf.org: https://www.apsf.org/podcast/104-continuing-the-conversation-on-sustainable-healthcare/
In This Episode: Brandon's approach is sustainable, he believes your diet should be the way you eat and not a fad diet filled with restrictions. With so much conflicting information about what to eat, it isn't easy to find reliable science-based strategies that work for a lifetime. Learn the sustainable way to approach food, nutrition, and lifestyle changes. The yo-yo diets stop here. In the new Fire Within App, now available on Apple and Android, there are six weeks weight training, body weight, and abs program. We break down some of the most common fad diets with the pros and cons of each. We talk about counting macros on apps like my fitness pal, and Sarah's experience where she tracked it for a year, and this is why Brandon doesn't coach macros, it is possible that for some it leads to a constant measurement of everything that for some can lead to eating disorders. Brandon talks through his approach and how he trains his clients. Jenny talks about her evaluation with Brandon and what she learned. With so much information about diet and exercise, where do you start? We talk about that. Everybody is different and the goals should be personalized and based on their goals. A critical aspect to a successful and sustainable approach to fitness is start by understanding your why. One tip is to just keep asking why at least 7 times to uncover the intrinsic answer to why you want to work out and then use that as your motivation to keep going. You can find out more about Brandon on Instagram | Facebook | His website: firewithinnf.com | Or his app on Apple and AndroidEpisode Sponsor: This episode was sponsored by Tidewater Sandals. Comfort and Style all day use promo code GIRLSWHODOSTUFF for 20% off your order.Help Your Friends come as they are with the courage to speak up and tell a better story.If you like The Girls Who Do Stuff, visit our website to subscribe for free, and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like The Girls Who Do Stuff, we'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two).
How to use a #menstrualcup - Her Sport's Niamh Tallon and Jessica Farrell speak about #sustainableperiods, #periodpanties, and more! Tallon and Farrell discuss single use period product prices, and common fears surrounding the use of menstrual cups. The Period Panel is powered by Active Iron. Use the code hersport30 to get 30% off. https://www.activeiron.com/ Visit the website https://hersport.ie/ Check out the Her Sport channels Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hersport.ie Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HerSport.ie/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/HerSportDotIE About Her Sport: Her Sport is a media platform centred on bringing the latest Irish and international women's sports news. Her Sport aims to empower women in sport, inspire more female participation, increase opportunity and level the playing field for future generations. Our objective is to create real and tangible change. Contact us: email@example.com
When Ibraheem Basir launched A Dozen Cousins in 2018, retail buyers questioned the marketability of the brand's first products, a line of premium-positioned cooked beans. Four years later, those buyers are asking a different question: “How do we keep up with consumer demand?” A former marketing executive with General Mills, Basir founded A Dozen Cousins to increase accessibility of better-for-you food within Black and Latino communities via healthy ingredients, authentic seasonings and convenient preparation. Available in varieties such as Mexican Cowboy Pinto Beans and Trini Chickpea Curry, the beans are packaged in microwavable pouches that can be heated in 60 seconds. As A Dozen Cousins expanded distribution, the brand found traction with a broad variety of consumers seeking a quick, flavorful meal or side dish. The company has since added two complementary product lines – bone-broth cooked rice and seasoning sauces for rice and meat dishes – and widened its presence in stores across retail channels, including Whole Foods, Walmart, Trader Joes, Kroger and REI. In an interview featured in this episode, Basir spoke about how the brand's initial focus has evolved, working with co-manufacturing partners to ensure quality standards, why sampling was critical to its development and why keeping a foot in the familiar is a key tenet of its innovation strategy. He also explained why A Dozen Cousins is relatively quiet about raising capital and shared his take on improved opportunities and continuing challenges for BIPOC food entrepreneurs. Show notes: 0:42: Interview: Ibraheem Basir, Founder & CEO, A Dozen Cousins – Basir spoke with Taste Radio editor Ray Latif at NOSH Live Summer 2022 where they discussed their shared experience growing up in large families, alternate names for A Dozen Cousins and how the brand addresses “two different levels” of consumer needs. Basir also spoke about how he prepared for a national launch at Whole Foods while the brand was still in its infancy, the impact of his experience as an employee at a large food conglomerate, what social media taught the company about the unexpected ways consumers used the beans and what moved the needle for retail buyers that were initially skeptical about the brand. Later, he explained why the launch of A Dozen Cousins' rice was about creating something “additive” to the category, why he wants the brand to be “in the middle of the spectrum” when it comes to innovation, the reason the company isn't vocal about funding and why he points to the lack of “insider knowledge” as a hurdle for BIPOC founders. Brands in this episode: A Dozen Cousins, Annie's
You cannot switch on the radio, TV or online news any day without a mention of sustainability or climate change. One of the early thought leader in this field is Jeffrey Hollender, co-founder of Seventh Generation. We enjoy always to listen to his words and thought process and decided to re-air this classic episode. Take a listen.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Jeffrey Hollender, co-founder and Board Chair of the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC), which through its national member network represents more than 250,000 businesses in a wide range of industries. He was co-founder and CEO of Seventh Generation, which he built into a leading natural product brand known for its authenticity, transparency, and progressive business practices.As an early thinker and adopter of sustainable practices, Jeffrey brought to market several green products. He talks about how and why is a living wage important. He talks about the impact of a living wage on an individual and societal level - both emotionally and financially. What sustainability means is far more than just doing no harm - we have to be a net positive. Do more good through regenerative practices. AT ASBC, he leads and lobbies for policy changes in these issues which he is passionate about. Listen now only on Mindful Businesses. https://www.asbcouncil.org/https://www.mindfulbusinessespodcast.com/
Episode 678: As a church planter, what does "sustainable" mean to you? Host Ed Stetzer discusses various aspects of quickly becoming sustainable with experienced planters Jared Huntley and John Worcester.
About Eleanor: Eleanor Beaton is the founder of SafiMedia, an education & coaching company for women entrepreneurs. SafiMedia is committed to advancing global gender equity one woman-owned business at a time. Together with her colleagues, Eleanor is on a mission to double the number of women entrepreneurs who scale past $1M in revenue by 2030.Eleanor hosts the Power + Presence + Position podcast, a top-ranked podcast for female founders with over 1.5 million downloads to date. The former chair of the Visiting Women's Executive Exchange Program at the Yale School of Management, Eleanor has been featured in publications including The Globe & Mail, The Atlantic, CBC, Chatelaine, and more.Connect with EleanorWebsiteSafi Media WebsiteEleanor's InstagramSafi Media InstagramLinkedInFacebookFavorite Quotes“As women, we need to have these conversations and stop taking the bake sale approach: bake the cookies and sell them. No. How about we start really creating assets and thinking about an ecosystem of growth rather than putting it all on our own back and growing through our labor?”“The key to a sustainable business is packaged standardized offerings. So a business will start with a lot of bespoke services. And I think that's really a powerful way (to start) and you can always have a portion of your business be bespoke. But if you truly wanna scale, you're going to need to start standardizing through group programs, courses, or standardized services.”“We're living through this epidemic of overwhelm. There can certainly be a huge amount of ease and flow. But the reality is there are parts of a business that are hard. And sometimes you just have to choose your hard.”In This Episode You'll Learn:What's holding female entrepreneurs back from meeting their revenue goals and milestonesHow to build an ecosystem that supports your business minus the overwhelmScaling through standardized vs. bespoke servicesThe ability to “choose your hard” in the times there's lack of ease and flowAvoiding the trap of comparisonitis with everyone else's Instagram highlightsLove the show? Then why don't you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you'd want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
In this episode, I'm excited to talk about dancers and how dancers, specifically, are athletes. Dancers, specifically, can work towards a healthy relationship with food. Even in a world that might be, you know, thin-obsessed. Or, obsessed with what kind of foods to eat. Or, making sure that you eat specific types of food in order to fill your body. But, that is not an oxymoron for developing a healthy relationship with food. This episode provides so much information on how you can build a healthy relationship with food, even if there are messages telling you otherwise. Even if your schedule is really busy. Even if you're on the go all the time. Jump right in! [00:01- 03:52] Introductions [03:53-07:44] A Walkthrough of a Day in a Life of a Dancer Different types of dancers The mental and the physical toll of conquering a day in their lives Achieving sustainable habits through a balanced life [07:45 - 13:21] Breaking Down Why Food Can Be a Tricky Aspect to Dancers Prevalence of privileged ideals and the exacerbation of toxic messaging and culture The requirement of performance nutrition - meal plans and other food items [13:22 - 18:15] Dancers and The Demanding Nature of Dancing The intervention of cross-training - what for? How does nutrition help injury prevention for dancers? [18:16 - 22:21] Nutrition and Health - Going Beyond Diets for Dancers The commonality of misinformation about nutrition, restrictive dieting, and physical movement, in general, affects a dancer's relationship with food. Eliminating the impact of restrictive eating that affects other aspects of their lives The importance of establishing sustainable eating habits and making sure they're eating enough [22:22 - 25:25] How Can a Dietitian Help a Dancer Establish a Sustainable and Healthy Relationship with Food? The two-fold rule on determining whether you need a dietitian and when's the right time to reach out. [25:26 - 30:15] Rachel's Message to Dancers who may be Struggling with Body Image Issues The importance of a supportive environment. Dance isn't all aesthetic, it's also physical. [30:16 - 32:14] Outro Where can you find Rachel? Tweetable Quotes: "It's 2022, there are plenty of environments out there that are now, thankfully, opening their arms to diversity.” - Rachel Fine, RD “Remember the science that, at the end of the day, even though dancing, as we think of it as aesthetic or a visual art, that should have no reflection on body weight.” - Rachel Fine, RD “Dancing techniques are not a product of body weight. It is a product of hard work and how your body moves. - Rachel Fine, RD Resources: Rachel's Website Rachel's Course LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who may need this podcast by sharing this episode. Be sure to sign up for my weekly newsletter here! You can connect with me, Rachelle Heinemann on Instagram, through my website www.rachelleheinemann.com, or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Scarlett Smash and Dr Craken MacCraic talk about some new research that shows that in the viking era people didn't eat much meat but mostly vegetarian and seafood like oysters and muscles. So despite what the movies might lead you to believe, they actually usually had a much more sustainable and environmentally-friendly diet. This episode is supported by an ad from Cetacean Research Technology - providers of affordable, top quality hydrophones to scientists, documentary makers, artists, educators, whale-watchers and all types of ocean enthusiast! https://www.cetaceanresearch.com/index.html If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content, $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation Contact email@example.com for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show. MCHH Twitter MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram
Once upon a time, the simple pleasures of a homemade cup of coffee would have been limited to those in Ethiopia's cool, wet mountain forest regions. Today, a multi-billion dollar global industry means we can sip on an espresso virtually anywhere in the world. But what about coffee's future? Scott, Jools and James embark on a mission into the unknown to each reveal an element of the magical and evolving world of coffee growing. The team (or most of them…) savour a specially brewed coffee alongside each story, all prepared on the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine. Scott talks genetics with World Coffee Research's Hanna Neuschwander as he takes us to the frontline of the battle to save coffee from climate change.James enlists the help of coffee processing specialist and fellow podcaster Lucia Solis to decipher what the latest bamboozling terms on our coffee bags actually mean.And Jools is joined by Jessy Luo as she whisks us away to one of the world's newest coffee-growing regions in a rather unexpected corner of the globe.What do F1 and Dolly the Sheep have to do with the future of coffee? Click 'download' to find out! — What do you want to listen to in Series 4? Take five minutes to fill out our survey! https://bit.ly/3I2FPw8Join our Patreon to support the show! https://bit.ly/3vrispx Go on your own coffee adventures at home with the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine: https://bit.ly/3Ia8yy5Find your perfect roast with the Ikawa Home: https://bit.ly/3IdYVPc Visiting Glasgow? Follow Perch and Rest on Instagram (https://bit.ly/3OH3zb8). Discover more about coffee genetics at World Coffee Research: https://bit.ly/39RuiTOLearn more about coffee and wine growing with Lucia Solis on her Making Coffee podcast: https://bit.ly/3z7dJ0j Find Jessy Luo, Chinese coffee specialist, on the interwebs: https://bit.ly/39TcUxITake a screenshot and tell your friends about Adventures in Coffee!Tag our Instagram handles:James Harper / Filter Stories: https://bit.ly/2Mlkk0OJools Walker / Lady Velo: http://bit.ly/39VRGewScott Bentley / Caffeine Magazine: https://bit.ly/3oijQ91
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Hello! This is Episode 242, and in it, I continue my conversation with Joe D'Alo, builder and owner of The Hemp Building Co. [For all resources mentioned in this podcast and a free, downloadable PDF transcript, head to www.undercoverarchitect.com/242] If you haven't listened to Part 1 of this interview, please head back to Episode 241, where you'll hear Joe explain to us exactly what hemp and hempcrete are, the numerous benefits of it as a building material, and things you specifically need to know if you're planning to build with it. You can listen to that episode, or grab the full transcript by heading to www.undercoverarchitect.com/241 In this episode, Joe continues sharing more details about building with hempcrete. We talk about what to do if you want to clad it vs using a lime render, and other aesthetic choices depending on how you want it to look. We also discuss cost, using it in bushfire prone areas, and if you're curious about hemp insulation, we also discuss that in this episode. Remember too, that if you'd like to grab a full transcript of this episode, plus information on the resources we discuss, you can do that by heading to www.undercoverarchitect.com/242. Now, let's dive in! SHOW NOTES: If you're struggling with understanding the overall steps for your project, what you should be focussing on and when, or how to best invest your efforts, energy and money to get a great outcome in your future home, I've created something super helpful for you. Access my free online workshop “Your Project Plan” now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan This free workshop will really help you understand the best steps to take wherever you're at in your project, and how you can avoid some serious and expensive mistakes. Plus, I'll share with you what to focus on and when, so you know you're getting everything in order for a successful project and beautiful home. And you'll get access to some great bonuses as well. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST NOW. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS PODCAST: For links and resources mentioned in this podcast, head to >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/242 Access my free “Your Project Plan” online workshop and awesome bonuses now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan Access the support and guidance you need to be confident and empowered when renovating and building your family home inside my flagship online program >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/courses/the-home-method/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In episode no. 81 my guest is Brian Tang, Founding Executive director of LITE Lab@HKU and Co-chair, Asia-Pacific Legal Innovation & Technology Association (ALITA). We discuss: Career path (which will be interesting to law students); How he became involved with innovation in the law in Hong Kong; Main justice issues in Hong Kong; What LITE stands for, and why it is intentionally a “Lab”; How the Lab works with students from 6 out of the 10 faculties at Hong Kong University; Topics and the experiential experiences that are covered in the Lab's courses and why; How LITE Lab partners with tech start-ups, NGOs and in-house counsel to co-design research projects; Examples of the innovative projects including workers compensation, low-income tenants, discrimination, womens' rights, human trafficking and foreign workers; Cultural foundations of ‘pro bono' and differences in approach across the world; Capacity and evolution of NGOs affecting their response to implement technology; Why Brian considers the LITE Lab a ‘marketplace' of sorts; The criticism that undergrad courses and hackathons are not effective; The potential of low code/no code, including the ability to maintain software in-house; Need for integration with existing corporate and NGO systems; Issues of funding and software sustainability of applications developed by NGOs; Impact investing, ESG requirements and social entrepreneurs' potential for the future; Asia-Pacific Legal Innovation and Technology Association's (“ALITA”) mission; Categories of ALITA awards (closing soon!); and Brian's definition of legal innovation! Proudly sponsored by Neota Logic Links: LITE Lab My employee is pregnant Neota Logic Solution Gallery Neota Logic Churchill Trust Project Survey Andrea Perry-Petersen – LinkedIn - Twitter @winkiepp – andreaperrypetersen.com.au Twitter - @ReimaginingJ Facebook – Reimagining Justice group
Self-care is a word thrown around a lot these days in education. In the real world of teaching, answers aren't always easy. In fact, as I release this episode, "self-care" is the reason I did not go to #ISTELive that is this week. I need to focus on my health. So, it is fitting that today I discuss the reality of teaching with another teaching veteran. We share how we have navigated the stresses and struggles of teaching as we seek to live a balanced life and do what matters. In addition to the podcast, I've included some inspiring poems, quotes, and a video from the day I learned to walk this past May. I, Vicki Davis (the show host) have made some mistakes in self-care in the past year, and open up about what I've learned from those mistakes and how I'm moving forward to teach better and take better care of myself. My hope is by being open about my own struggles and by bringing in the research that this show and blog post will help all of us teachers take better care of ourselves. Right now, this topic is more important than any education technology I could be talking about. So, take care of yourselves, teachers, this one's for you. Sponsor: In today's show, you learned more about taking care of yourself. You also learned about many courses from Advancement Courses, which has over 280 online graduate-level PD courses in not only self-care but topics for every grade level and subject area. Plus, their courses are self-paced with up to six months to complete. Go to www.advancementcourses.com/coolcat and get your 20% discount by entering the code CAT20 and sign up for your summer PD now. This time last summer I was taking a course in Computer Science that helped me implement a new course and curriculum at our school. Show Notes and Transcript: https://www.coolcatteacher.com/e786 Bio As Submitted: Stephanie Dorsey is an educator service consultant for Advancement Courses specializing in supporting teachers in the recertification and lane advancement process and advises teachers on courses that best match their professional growth needs. As a former special education teacher from Illinois, she worked in both elementary and middle school public and charter school settings for over 18 years. She received her M.Ed from the University of Colorado Denver in special education. Over the course of her career, she has been particularly interested in training other educators on effective curriculum, RTI, and universal design. Disclosure of Material Connection: This is a “sponsored podcast episode.” The company who sponsored it compensated me via a cash payment, gift, or something else of value to include a reference to their product. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I believe will be good for my readers and are from companies I can recommend. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
Here are the things to expect in the episode:How can you build a sustainable talent brand?What do pre-purpose and repurpose mean?What are the vital factors to consider when connecting with your audience?What is the best platform to use to gain the attention of the target audience?And much more!About Vinnie:Emmy award-winning media advisor and talent development executive.Connect with Vinnie Potestivo!Website: https://vpetalent.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VPEtalent/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vinniepotestivo/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinniepotestivo/Twitter: https://twitter.com/vinniepotestivoTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@vinniepotestivoYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/vpetvConnect with Kamie Lehmann!Website: https://www.kamielehmann.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kamie.lehmann.1LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kamie-lehmann-04683473Learn more about how to minimize the emotional side effects of cancer: https://adventurefound.org/
Do you think about drinking alcohol more than you think about eating sandwiches? Do you spend significant amounts of time thinking about NOT drinking (Dry January, for example)? Or are you one of the many with an uneasy feeling that alcohol is no longer bringing anything good into your life, and may well be holding you back? Therapist and sobriety expert Veronica Valli had a problematic relationship with alcohol for twelve years. She has now been sober for twenty years, and has helped countless others give up drinking. In this episode Andrew and Veronica discuss: ⭐️ How giving up alcohol can give you the energy and freedom to be your true self. ⭐️ Why your friends may not always be your cheerleaders if you give up drinking. ⭐️ Why a drinking problem is really a symptom of another, underlying problem. ⭐️ What to do if your partner has an alcohol problem. ⭐️ Extreme social pressure to drink and how to deal with it. Veronica Valli has worked in the field of alcohol recovery for almost two decades. She is an author, podcaster and former clinical psychotherapist. Follow Up The Meaningful Life has been nominated for a British Podcast Award in the category of Sex and Relationships Podcast. You can vote for us in the Listeners' Choice category here. Read Veronica Valli's new book Soberful: Uncover a Sustainable, Fulfilling Life Free of Alcohol Take a look at Veronica Valli's website Listen to Soberful: the Podcast Find out about the Soberful private group on Facebook Follow Veronica Valli on Instagram @veronicajvalli, on Facebook @soberfulpage, on Twitter @VeronicaValli and on LinkedIn. Read Andrew's book Wake Up and Change Your Life: How to Survive a Crisis and Be Stronger, Wiser and Happier You might also be interested in Andrew's interview with Oliver Russell on how being one of the first people in the UK to be diagnosed with Covid-19 led him to change his relationship with alcohol. Andrew offers regular advice on love, marriage and finding meaning in your life via his social channels. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube @andrewgmarshall Read Andrew's new Substack newsletter and join the community there Join our Supporters Club to access exclusive behind-the-scenes content, fan requests and the chance to ask Andrew your own questions. Membership starts at just £4.50: https://www.patreon.com/andrewgmarshall
This week I interview Shanya Suppasiritad, a serial entrepreneur, recipient of the first TWOGOOD grant and founder of RNTR. Imagine if you could rent your favourite brands in capsule collections to wear for 2 weeks or 4 and then you returned them or the next person to enjoy and for them to find their way into a closed-loop recycling system at the end of their life, to become new clothes. This is what RNTR makes possible and I know you'll enjoy learning more about fashion, textiles, and slowing fast fashion down while creating new jobs… it's got a little of everything if you're a fan of clothes but want to do better by the planet in the process. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eva Wathen shares on Restoring the Family After the Storm About: Eva Wathén is the co-founder of Bravemotion Oy and a 3rd generation family business owner/board member and adviser (ACFBA, FFI). She aims to engage in meaningful interactions that support mutual growth and moves ahead. Sustainable and resilient development of individuals and organizations is her passion and source of continuous learning. Her special focus is on the promotion of family business social and human capital, and she also acts as a mediator to ensure smooth communication in between family and business systems. She is a certified executive coach (ICF) and holds an eMBA as well as a MSc in Applied Psychology. She is married and has three adult daughters and whenever she finds some time off, you will find her outside in the nature or reading / listening to books. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/evawathen/ Articles on FFI Practitioner: What is Your Strategic Pulse? What contributes to a resilient family business owner? Restoring after storming
In today's episode, I'm speaking with the founder of premium clean beauty brand, Indie Lee. We are discussing whether sustainability is just another buzzword in the beauty industry and what changes established brands can make to improve their supply chain.A little more about their story. In 2008, Indie Lee was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor that doctors felt could be environmentally derived and attributed to something as simple as what she was putting on her skin. This was her awakening. After surviving a successful surgery, she embarked upon a new journey, Indie Lee skincare - a clean beauty line dedicated to educating and empowering others to live their healthiest life.Thanks to my guest today. I have linked the full interview in the show notes if you want to have a watch. Please follow us on Instagram & TikTok @sustainablyinfluenced. Season 5 of SI is available to listen now on all good podcast platforms. Thank you for listening See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Are you ever concerned with the amount of plastic our industry produces every year? 10 years ago I didn't really care, and why was that? Because I was pretty ignorant of how much damage plastic has caused in our environment and how it has impacted our health as a society. That said I watched a couple of documentaries over the last few years, and now I am much more aware of the horrible side effects that plastic has had on our world. I would never call myself an expert, but I am no longer a fan of plastic and want to see us as a society use it less and less. In today's episode, we have Andra Tashjian from LunaKai Lash join us to talk about her lash journey as well as sustainability in the lash industry. Five years ago Andra decided to start a lash brand with the plan to change how lash products are made and distributed. It's been a tough journey but she continues to grow her brand while advocating for more green solutions in our industry. We think the world of Andra and love her passion for making our industry more green. When you finish this episode, we hope you'll become a more conscientious buyer and look for brands that are trying to do their part to make our industry more sustainable. LunaKai Website: https://www.lunakailash.com/ IG page: Lunakai__lash ANNOUNCEMENTS: IBS VEGAS ON JUNE 25, 2022! OUR PARTY IS SOLD OUT...SORRY We are partnering with Shelby of Lash Boss Radio to host the LASH SOCIAL in Vegas during the IBS Vegas show! Here are the deets: DATE: JUNE 25, 2022 LOCATION: Blanca Penthouse at the Sahara Hotel ADDRESS: 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 TIME: 9pm-12am COST: SOLD OUT LASHCON 2022 TICKETS ARE ON SALE! We have less than 50 tickets left! GO TO www.thelashconference.com to get your tickets to get your ticket. You don't want to miss this business-changing event so mark your calendars. I have some bad news...VIP Tickets sold out in less than 24 hours! But I also have some good news...we still have our Standard Business Tickets that are $797. Plus we have payment plans that will help you make sure you can spread out your payments over months (this is more affordable than most national lash trainings). This year we have 4 upgrades you can purchase after you buy your Standard Business : - DAYone: Our one-day leadership and mastermind session - November 4th - Lash Booth Collective: An evening business course where you learn how to grow your business - November 4th - Lash Lab: 4 lash trainers teach 4 lash seminars that will change your lash game - November 5th - Salon Owner Breakfast: On Saturday we want to hang out and encourage our salon owner family - November 5th TUSSANEE'S LASH RETENTION AND STYLING COURSE August 6-7 Indianapolis LINK: https://bit.ly/3nkWUri August 27-28 Las Vegas LINK: https://bit.ly/3yhbvKH October 15-16 Washington LINK: https://bit.ly/3bfMB5a November 19-20 Boston LINK: https://bit.ly/3A81gdj December 3-4 Los Angeles LINK: https://bit.ly/3njkUM6 Our classes are up for sale on our website: www.lashcastproductions.com Or go to our IG page and look for the link in the bio. JOIN OUR LASHCAST INSIDER CLUB: Join the coolest club in the lash industry. You'll get discount codes to our webinars, trainings, LashCon, and our upcoming coaching program. Go here to sign up: https://bit.ly/3eG7RPT IG: @lashcast @thelashconference.con Join our free Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/lashcastpodcast/ Contact Paul Luebbers: email@example.com
Today, we are pleased to welcome Adam Taubenfligel to the podcast. Adam is the Creative Director and Sustainability Lead at Triarchy, a fully sustainable fashion company dedicated to shining a light on the wasteful practices of the denim industry. He is responsible for the design and manufacturing of Triarchy's low water, consciously produced denim brand. Adam is consistently innovating fabric technology, traceability, and reusability that minimize waste and maintain authenticity at every possible juncture. During this episode, Adam and I talk about the future of sustainable denim production, the greenwashing surrounding organic cotton, and more. Be sure to visit:Triarchy Setting An Intention: 11 Brief Sessions on Achieving Your Greater Good Visit Coolperx® home page: Coolperx® Reach out to Coolperx®:Phone: 1 (855) 429-0455 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Support Coolperx®'s podcast by subscribing and reviewing! Music is considered “royalty-free” and discovered on Audio Blocks. Technical Podcast Support by: Jon Keur at Wayfare Recording Co. © 2022 Coolperx®. All Rights Reserved.
Rollercoasters are a fun diversion, but they're no way to live. That's why the whipsaw experience of being on an emotional rollercoaster is one of the things folks are most happy to see leave their life. Those radical highs and lows aren't confined to the times when people are using - they often extend well into sobriety. Usually driven by hyper-sensitivity and, to be honest, a lot of self-absorption. And that's where today's guest comes in…. As we mark the beginning of Year Two for Tell Me Something True, we're revisiting a conversation with Veronica Valli on emotional sobriety. We get into how emotional sobriety does, and doesn't, relate to abstinence from substance or process addictions. What emotional sobriety actually means, why it's something everyone has to do (not just people in recovery) if they want healthy relationships, because no matter what, “the hardest thing any human being has to do is deal with other people.” In addition to being a dear friend, Veronica is a woman in long-term recovery, a therapist, a sobriety coach, founder of the Soberful program, a co-host of the Soberful podcast, and the author of three books, the most recent of which, Soberful: Uncover a Sustainable, Fulfilling Life Free of Alcohol. Veronica has genuine encouragement to share about the comfort and relief that comes from living an integrated life. As happens every time we talk, after this conversation, we felt more grounded, clear, and hopeful and hope this has the same effect for you, too. Veronica's site: https://www.veronicavalli.com/ The Soberful podcast: https://soberful.com/ Episode link: Spotify playlist for this episode: Tell Me Something True is a 100% independent podcast. There are no corporations or advertisers backing this community. We are 100% funded by the TMST community. Support TMST today so you can hear the uncut interviews, attend private events with Laura and help keep TMST ad-free: https://tmst.supercast.com/
After doing this Sustainable gardening series we got to thinking and this is what we came up with. Learn to Grow. Grow for Change. Watch Backyard Kitchen- https://tubitv.com/series/300008729/backyard-kitchen Help support the podcast Become a Patron to grow our community garden- https://www.patreon.com/backyardgardens One time donation- Donate Here Products we recommend for your garden- https://www.amazon.com/shop/thebackyardgardner Backyard Gardens Gear- https://teespring.com/stores/backyard-gardens-tv Follow us at: Youtube- www.youtube.com/backyardgardens Instagram- www.instagram.com/backyardgardenstv Website- www.backyardgardenstv.com
Influencers have an exciting opportunity given their reach and reputations to change hearts and minds of beauty consumers. Imagine influencer product reviews mentioning how easy it is to refill packaging or that a beauty brand has gone plastic free or is working towards zero waste or carbon negative goals? In the last episode, Formula Botanica CEO and podcast host Lorraine Dallmeier discussed the world of the beauty influencer with School Education Manager Ana Green and questioned whether influencers were talking about, let alone talking up, beauty brands' sustainability. One key thing hit home in that episode: the power and great responsibility beauty influencers have. In a recent survey, some 49% of shoppers interviewed said they relied on recommendations of vlogggers, YouTubers, bloggers and social media influencers in making purchases, viewing their opinions as they would those of trusted friends. In this short Green Beauty Opinion, Lorraine proposes how influencers can use their platforms responsibly to drive home the message that sustainable beauty should be the norm, not the exception in the industry. Influencers are not going to stop covering new product launches, but they could do more to challenge brands about their sustainability credentials and include this information in their regular content. In this way, they will influence consumers to make sustainable choices and to ask their own questions of brands. Changing the beauty industry is a collective job that we all need to participate in. Lorraine's challenge to influencers is to embrace their power and harness it to promote a more sustainable beauty industry. In doing so, influencers could have more influence than they perhaps realise and make positive, lasting change to the beauty industry.
The fifth Slow Flowers Summit is coming right up and everyone involved is getting very excited to convene in New York’s Westchester County for three creatively informative and inspiring days centered around local flowers, sustainability and community — June 26 to June 28. Today, I want to share two back-to-back interviews with Slow Flowers members […] The post Episode 563: Slow Flowers Summit 2022 bonus tours with Sylvia Lukach of Cape Lily Floral and Molly Culver of Molly Oliver Flowers appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
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Join us for a deep dive into the cult favorite line, REN as we interview their global brand ambassador David Delport. David Delport's 15 plus year career with REN really began upon contracting malaria following a year of charity work in Kenya. David had moved to London as an 18 year old, waltzing right into Harrods and asking for a job in beauty. From there he was headhunted by Trish McEvoy, and later industry icons Laura Mercier and NARS where his passion for beauty only grew- however, after some years in artistry and education, David felt burnt out and compelled to take a year's leave from the industry or risk growing disillusioned by it. He spent that year in Kenya working with a charity and conducting field research relating to HIV studies and health care within East Africa, before contracting malaria and being forced to return home to the UK to recover. In 2005, while looking for part time employment, as this was all he could commit to due to ill health, a friend introduced him to the REN brand. David fell in love with the brand, became hooked on the products, and was then invited to work casually with the brand. As his health improved, David's capacity to work increased, and he worked his way up through sales and education roles before becoming REN's Global Brand Ambassador. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/support
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Caleb Gardner about the importance of strong internal communications to drive sustainable, meaningful change. See the video here: https://youtu.be/5dGHoK_glmE. Caleb Gardner (https://www.linkedin.com/in/calebgardner/) is an insatiably curious ethical innovation strategist and change management expert with unique experience that includes startups, global nonprofits, Fortune 100 clients, and presidents of the United States. For more than three years, he was the lead digital strategist for OFA, Barack Obama's political advocacy group. Caleb led one of the largest digital programs in existence, with a millions-strong email list and massive social media following—including the most followed Twitter account in the world, @BarackObama. Now as the cofounder and managing partner of 18 Coffees, an innovation consulting firm, Caleb helps businesses with a mission to change the world get a foothold in the future, using his professional experience to solve impossible problems and bring new ideas to life, for global clients such as United Way Worldwide, Bose Corporation, Pandora, Fordham Law School, and others. Please leave a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out the Ready for Takeoff podcast at Wix.com/readyfortakeoff. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Go to Swag.com/HCI and use promo code HCI10. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Ranked #5 Workplace Podcast Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast Ranked #7 HR Podcast Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices