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The Power of Community with Michael Woodward

Continuing our series on 'The Power of' we dive into The Power of Community. Community is significant for the success of ideas and dreams. But what is community, why is it powerful, and who makes up the community that drive our ideas and dreams forward. In today's episode we dive deep into community.

The Athlete's Lifestyle with Deena Kastor

Rana Gujral didn't take the typical path into the life of Entrepreneurship. Instead of taking the 'safe' path in business, he took a leap into the unknown. As he took this new journey into entrepreneurship he had to embrace the discomfort. Now he is leading the charge to redefine how AI is using EQ (Emotional Intelligence) to redefine Emotional AI.

Entrepreneurial Risk with Rana Gujral

Rana Gujral didn't take the typical path into the life of Entrepreneurship. Instead of taking the 'safe' path in business, he took a leap into the unknown. As he took this new journey into entrepreneurship he had to embrace the discomfort. Now he is leading the charge to redefine how AI is using EQ (Emotional Intelligence) to redefine Emotional AI.

Building Brands with Steve Trayner

What does it take to build a brand in a crowded market? In today's episode we chat with Steve Trayner about his journey of building brands in the clothings industry. Now he helps other brands find their identity, message, and audience to grow their business and influence the world. Steve founded The Barbarian Agency and Great George Watches. He shares the story of how he and his team built these brands and the lessons they learned along the way.

The Art of Innovation and Invention with Michael Woodward

Recently Apple held their spring product announcement. In the announcement they launched their new products including Apple Card, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and Apple News. Are these new services and products fall in line with the Apple innovation and invention that we've come to know? In today'e episode we chat about the power of innovation and invention. I share how Apple has lost it's identity and visionary power.

Missions that Move You with Beth Guckenberger

Have you ever felt stuck in your life's routine? Do you feel like you are playing it safe and not taking the risks to move your dreams and ideas forward? You might need The Power of Adventure back in your life. In the last few weeks we've discussed 'The Power of Boredom' and 'The Power of Wonder'. On today's episode we chat about 'The Power of Adventure'. Many of us choose to life the safe and comfortable life instead of stepping into the life we were designed to live. Our lives feel small and insignificant. One tool that you can use to step into the unknown and overcome the fears is The Power of Adventure.

The Power of Adventure with Michael Woodward

Have you ever felt stuck in your life's routine? Do you feel like you are playing it safe and not taking the risks to move your dreams and ideas forward? You might need The Power of Adventure back in your life. In the last few weeks we've discussed 'The Power of Boredom' and 'The Power of Wonder'. On today's episode we chat about 'The Power of Adventure'. Many of us choose to life the safe and comfortable life instead of stepping into the life we were designed to live. Our lives feel small and insignificant. One tool that you can use to step into the unknown and overcome the fears is The Power of Adventure.

The Power of Identity with Rock Thomas

How do we step into our fullness? By finding our true identity. Rock Thomas believes that you can rewire and reprogram your thinking about yourself and begin to create the version of yourself you want to truly be. In today's episode he shares how you can reframe bad things into new possibilities. Your bad situations can become the resources to create a better future. It's time to live big and unlock the power of true identity.

How to succeed in business with Jim Beach

Have you ever wondered how to succeed in business? Jim Beach has both lived and taught the lifestyle of entrepreneurship. He thinks that creativity, risk, and passion are killing the potential new entrepreneurs. He shares how you can move past creativity, risk, and passion an open new doors to find success in what you do. We also discuss how being a contrarian can help you see the hidden potential to get the competitive edge over your competition.

The Power of Wonder with Michael Woodward

Somewhere along the way we lost our sense of wonder. But what if wonder is what can unlock your ideas and dream? In today's episode we share how you can rediscover wonder as part of your every day life. Wonder can be defined as a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable. It can also be defined as the ability to be curious to know something. Each of these perspectives on Wonder impacts our lives differently. By once again finding our sense of Wonder we unleash a superpower that will help you see unknown possibilities and create new solutions.

Decentralizing Journalism with Matthew Iles

What does it take to build ethical journalism using blockchain? Matthew Iles and the team at Civil set out to solve this complex problem to bring back ownership to the journalists creating the news. With the clutter of 'fake news' and 'news with bias' they also decided it was time to bring trust and transparency back to the newsroom. Their launch was filled with great victories and setbacks, but they have pushed forward to change the game in modern day news.

The Power of Boredom with Michael Woodward

Boredom is often considered bad. But what if I told you that boredom can unlock creativity and help make your dreams and ideas become reality? In today's episode we share how you can use boredom as a tool in your journey of finding significance and purpose. In society today it is easy to get stuck in the routine of everyday.

Urban Farming in New York City with Ben Flanner

What does it take to farm in the middle of New York City? Ben Flanner co-founded Brooklyn Grange with the idea that farming could still happen in major urban centers. So they set out to solve this problem and bring agriculture into the city. They found a few warehouses in Brooklyn and Queens and started farms on their rooftops.