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We’re all about strengthening the communities around us - and we love hearing from people who are doing the same, like Tash Alexander! Tash is a motivational coach, comedy writer, and performer. She is also the founder of Head Held High, a U.K.-based organization that offers motivational and interactive workshops to help at-risk youth improve their well-being and employment. Tash shares more about Head Held High and how her programs help young people in her community, including some fun and unique insights on how she uses stand-up comedy to help others.
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As a permaculture enthusiast, Joanna Pianko from Earthflower Farms is always a great guest, and we’ve loved having her on for previous podcasts to talk about permaculture, gardening, mushrooms, and more! In this episode, Joanna talks with Thrive Co-Living Communities founder Mark Stein about organic orchard management, and shares her tips for healthy orchard management. Whether you’re a gardening enthusiast or just sticking your toes into the great topic of modern permaculture, you don’t want to miss another great podcast with Joanna!
Do you want to learn more about how to create a living trust? Then don’t miss this unique podcast with Roy Myers! Roy is with Elder Care Financials, which assists with everything from asset protection trusts to planning for retirement. In this podcast, he uses his years of experience to talk about the importance of estate planning and some of the steps for creating a living trust.
Leah Ziliak is the founder of Coliving Consultant, where she works with co-living communities to simplify the guest onboarding experience, grow their communities, create meaningful events, and increase consistencies in guest satisfaction. She is also a digital nomad, which allows her to stay at co-living communities around the world. In this follow-up to her previous podcast, Leah shares more about her experiences with the co-living industry and the benefits of living in a co-living community.
In some way or another, everyone has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic over the past few years. In this podcast, get a better understanding of the trends and impacts of the pandemic with Robert H. Tiell and S. Charles Malka. Bob and Charles are the editors of Back to a New Normal: In Search of Stability in an Era of Pandemic Disruption – Insight from Practitioners and Academics. In this book, they explore the effects of Covid-19 on people's ways of life at home and at work, and offers strategies and expert advice for coping as the world enters into a “new normal.” In this podcast, they share some of the insights from their book, plus talk more about the lessons we can all learn from reflecting on the pandemic.
Welcome back to Dr. April Wang! Dr. Wang is a national board certified acupuncture physician and herbalist, and the owner of Ancient Healing Acupuncture and Herbs Clinic in St. Petersburg, Florida. She appeared on a previous podcast to chat more about the many benefits of acupuncture. In this episode, she returns for a follow-up discussion, with an emphasis on how health conditions like long COVID can be receptive to acupuncture.
Can we monetize compassion in the workplace? Find out in this podcast with R. Brayton Bowen, the president of the Howland Group LLC and the CEO of Building Better Worlds of Work. With a background in HR and consulting, Brayton has seen the ways a lack of compassion can harm a workplace, and works as a compassion advocate and new-age business coach to show other professionals how compassion can increase individual effectiveness, inspire increases in employee engagement, improve organizational performance, and increase bottom-line results. In this podcast, Brayton shares more about how compassion is the “new age currency” in the workplace.
Learn all about mushrooms with Joanna Pianko! After having Joanna and her partner Staci on a recent podcast to talk about their work with their permaculture startup Earthflower Farms, we knew we had to have Joanna back to talk more about gardening, mushrooms, and all things permaculture. In this episode, Joanna talks more about the many different kinds of mushrooms and the positive roles they can play in our gardens, communities, and lives.
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We love meeting people and groups who share our passion for permaculture and sustainability - like this week’s guest, Ken Kleiber of Buck Creek Sanctuary! Buck Creek Sanctuary is a 58-acre nature sanctuary near Elizabeth, Indiana, where people can connect with themselves, their environment, and others in their community through the exploration of nature. In this podcast, Ken shares more about Buck Creek Sanctuary’s mission and his thoughts on honoring our natural environments through the practice of permaculture.
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Learn about the intersections between co-living, connection, and technology with Christian Schmitz. Christian is the Sales and Business Development manager for Salto Systems, a company that develops and manufactures advanced and reliable wireless electronic locking and access control smart solutions that provide a smoother, more comfortable, and secure daily life for the people using our systems. He is also part of the team at international co-living organization Co-Liv, where he serves as the head of tech. With his experiences in technology and his passion for co-living, Christian brings an interesting and unique perspective to the podcast!
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