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What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Spoiler alert: Nothing. This bible verse has endured over the centuries as a reminder that we can't put our price tag on what matters most. Yet, time and again, businesses have put profits above all -- leading our world to the brink of a climate catastrophe, an inequality crisis, and the greatest extinction of other creatures since the dinosaurs (except this time, the meteor is us). Can we align growing returns with the gre ...
 
More than Money is a podcast that creates a conversation community around how to use your values to engage with work and invest your wealth. The podcast is designed in a 12-episode season format. Each episode is produced around two core interview segments sharing a common theme. In this podcast, we explore the following topic areas: (1) business ethics, (2) economic justice, (3) corporate social responsibility, (4) social entrepreneurship, (5) community development, and (6) faith and values- ...
 
How do you build a fulfilling life? This is an inspirational podcast talking about continued success throughout life. Proving that 'new blood' does not necessarily equal 'young blood', we highlight the amazing talent, creativity and productivity happening in the 40+ population. Each episode celebrates the story of one person, their successes and lessons in the second half of life, providing inspiration to those feeling frustrated or stuck due to the boundaries created in our society, and at ...
 
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This week, in a super sized series finale, the Nobodies close out their summer of RANTquels with one of the greatest sequels ever made, George Romero's Dawn of the Dead. The hosts gush over this timeless zombie masterpiece, it's influence on cinema and pop culture in general. Hornshoe Headlines, Rants Recommends, and the August series theme reveale…
 
Larry talks about learning to live life his own way, experiencing homelessness and what he learned from working with Clint Eastwood, sometimes you need to stand up for yourself. Larry Hankin is an American character actor, performer, director, comedian and producer. Larry’s face has been showing up in well known movies and TV series since 1969. He …
 
What’s the best way to go through life to bring you happiness? Bruce shares his method for living a happy life, opens up about his experience with domestic violence and shares what he has learned from being a Medium. Bruce Olav Solheim is a distinguished Professor of History at Citrus College. A US Army veteran, author, playwright, veteran advocate…
 
The Nobodies continue a month celebration of horror sequels in their July LIMITED series, RANTquels. This week, they dissect one of the greatest horror sequels of all time A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. Grab your Diet Coke, instant coffee, and a wrench and dive deep into the dream realm to battle the dream demon himself. The kills are…
 
Alan talks about how he created connection for thousands during the pandemic, what it’s like dealing with unemployment during economic downturns and shares his family story that leaves you marveling at what an impact one person can make. Alan Locher is a senior public relations executive specializing in the TV, film and tourism industries. He has w…
 
This week, the Nobodies kick off a celebratory summer of sequels or RANTquels. The first film in this new LIMITED series is The Exorcist III. When the Exorcist 2: The Heretic was a monumental disappointment, the studio went back to the well and created a direct sequel to the first film, that ignored entirely the existence of the follow up. In The E…
 
Tricia talks about the importance of taking care of our bodies, how to get past that thing that holds you back and gives insight on how to find the right perspective and reach your goals. Tricia Silverman has been a fitness and nutrition enthusiast since she was a child. She is a registered and licensed dietician, certified wellness coach, fitness …
 
As we head into the 4th of July holiday weekend, we dig into the WDIP back catalog to revisit a conversation from October 2020 with The Assassin, famed short-seller Fahmi Quadir. Now that meme stocks are a thing and short-selling and hedge funds have made their way into social media lexicon, we thought it was time to take another listen. We'll be b…
 
This week, it's the 'NALE, and the Nobodies are closing out their Pride Month limited series with a BIG'N, The Lost Boys. This glammed up, big budget, coming of age vampire tale is almost as sexy as a greasy, shirtless saxophone player. It's one of the best 80's movies ever. It's one of the best vampire movies ever. And it's just one of the best mo…
 
Mark shares insights from his experiences in the publishing world, going through struggles such as divorce and the lessons that have benefited him the most through life. Mark is the owner of Stark Publishing, a writer, an editor, professional speaker and self proclaimed book nerd with a passion for craft beer. With more than 25 years experience in …
 
This week, the Nobodies continue to highlight LGBTQ films for PRIDE MONTH when they discuss 2009's Jennifer's Body. Pithy dialogue, Indy butt rock, and a high school cheerleader that is incorrectly sacrificed to the devil thereby making her body a host for some sort of demonic succubus that kills boys. This movie has it all. Plus Hornshoe Headlines…
 
Michael Stein talks about his journey in Hollywood, the importance of hustle and the main points of awareness that have led to his success. Michael is an entrepreneur, actor, comedian, film maker and a force for good. He is the founder and CEO of Abadak, a multi million dollar tarp company doing good works by donating thousands of tarps to the home…
 
This week, the Nobodies continue their celebration of Pride Month and LGBTQ filmmakers with a CLASSIC, Hellraiser. Interdimensional pleasure demons erupt from a satanic Rubik's cube bringing terror, blood, and buckets of goop. Can a young girl and her Goober Daddy stop her uncle and mother in law's murderous rampage? Plus Hornshoe Headlines and Ran…
 
Teresa talks openly about having to find a new career in her 40’s, letting go of work that didn’t serve her in her 50’s and how she found her true calling and current fulfillment. Teresa Abram is the owner of “handwriting p.i.” a full service handwriting analysis business and she is the creator and host of the podcast “A Most Unusual T Party” which…
 
In this off-season episode, we dig into the WDIP back catalog to revisit a conversation with Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) CEO, Lisa Mensah where we talked about the idea of "finance justice." The original conversation was released in December 2020. The work keeps pressing forward as OFN seeks to build coalitions of investors that believe that …
 
Veronica talks about overcoming stage 4 ‘incurable’ cancer, the importance of your thoughts and beliefs and the huge impact our words have on our world. Veronica Villanueva, discovered her "why" after being diagnosed with incurable stage IV lung cancer and given six months to live in 2016. Veronica rejected her diagnosis and dove into educating her…
 
For the whole month of June, TCR is excited to highlight films created by or featuring LGBTQ talents. We kick off this month long series with Don Mancini's Child's Play! A serial killer and amateur voodoo enthusiast, Charles Lee Ray, casts a spell to place his soul inside of a Good Guy doll which is then purchased and given to a six year old boy, n…
 
DC talks about what he learned from recording “Whoomp!” (There It Is), the importance of learning how to learn and offers life wisdom on how to find your own success. DC Glenn is half of the 90’s hip hop duo, Tag Team, which made the song “Whoomp!” (There It Is), one of the most commercially successful singles of all times and a song any 90’s kid c…
 
This weekend is Memorial Day weekend-- the unofficial start of summer... at last! At What Does It Profit, we are officially in the "Off-Season" and busy cleaning house, tuning up, and otherwise getting ready for Season 3. During the off-season, we wanted you to get to know more about our host and the ethics work behind the show. We also want to int…
 
Dawn talks about tackling the big questions in life, embracing your unrepeatable spirit, staying relevant and reaching your goals. Dr. Dawn Carpenter is an investment banker with the heart of a teacher and a scholar. She is a leading authority for financial management and the capitalization of social purpose corporations, having served for over 25 …
 
Anna talks about curiosity, the importance of being true to yourself, the prevalence of imposter syndrome in our lives and how to find that alignment within yourself. Anna Oakes is a change agent with a love for humanity. Anna had over 20 years of corporate experience in human relations roles working with companies such as Manpower and Baird, befor…
 
This week, Kendall's curated series, Rant Me Out of Here continues, when the Nobodies discuss, As Above So Below. A young archeologist and a ... *checks notes* guy who breaks into old churches to fix their bells for fun... okay, accidentally find the gateway to Hell under Paris while they search for the Philosopher's stone. Plus Horror Hornshoe, Ra…
 
Sandy talks about the importance of believing in yourself, supporting other women, overcoming a great storm of difficulties and how it feels as life finally begins at the age of 40. Sandy Lowres is a writer, creative and podcaster based in Melbourne’s west. She is the founder and Creative Director of Wb40 – Women Beyond Forty Magazine and the podca…
 
Kristin talks about the acceptance of self, the acceptance of body, deepening that connection between self and others and the freedom of embracing the life you were meant to live. Kristin Knight is a certified intimacy coach, tantrika, yoga teacher and voice for women’s empowerment and sexual liberation. She has been guided to work with humanity in…
 
We’ve reached the end of our second season. This is the time when we take a pause and look back. In today’s episode, it means looking back to our pilot episode about shareholder activism and our Season 1 bonus episode called The Price of the Ecuadorian Chernobyl. This is the story of Chevron and the decades of oil dumping in the Ecuadorian Amazon. …
 
This week, the Nobodies close out their month long look into Cult Films with the mother of them all! Rosemary's Baby. What happens when your husband becomes friends with the Satanists next door? Find out, as your hosts break down this timeless classic. Also Rants Recommends, Horror Hornshoe Headlines, and the reveal of co-host KENDALL'S curated mon…
 
Michael shares the importance of defining your own ideal life, overcoming personal stories and finally finding that purpose that fulfils and going after it in his 40’s. Michael Ward has spent the past 20 years working in the media and broadcast industry moving up in a variety of sales and business development roles. He now leads high level client s…
 
Kelly talks about the definition of success, how she landed her job working for Harvard Business School and what she learned from taking an internship in her 40’s. Kelly McNamara is a writer, researcher and editor. She has held a variety of writing and research roles through her career, having written non-fiction manuscripts, white papers and cases…
 
(Sorry this upload is a bit late!) In this episode, Laura and Will talk about Joël Gustave Nana Ngongang and Laura recommends: https://nuerda.org/. As of this episode, we are going on hiatus! Some of you may have noticed that the past couple of podcast episodes have come with a note saying that there are some issues with the audio quality. This is …
 
We’ve reached the last regular episode of Season 2. Hold on to your passport. We’re still travelling. We start in New York and then head to India with Megha Desai. Megha is the former ad agency protégé, who after a decade in the business, answered the call of the ancient Indian philosophy of Dharma. She has energized a newly transformed family foun…
 
Hail Paimon! This week, the Nobodies continue their month long LIMITED series on cults, with a revisit to Ari Aster's masterpiece, Hereditary. A movie so scary, you'll be checking your attic for dead Satan Mamas! If you've seen it ten times, you need to see it again. There is always something new to find. Plus Hornshoe Headlines and Rants Recommend…
 
Doug Lawrence gives great advice on how to land a client, make difficult decisions and talks about transitioning from a 25 year career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police into becoming an international certified mentor and creating the International Mentoring Community. Doug has spent the past 21 years developing tools and programs to help mento…
 
Despite being in the midst of a global pandemic, we’re going to take a trip around the world. We're talking about the Economy of Francesco (EoF) with Paulo Santori, an economic historian in Rome and with Myrian Castello, a “human-right-to-dream” activist and facilitator in Brazil. EoF is a global youth movement inspired by Pope Francis and Saint Fr…
 
Tosca talks about the greater influences in life, how she has overcome struggles and the things that caused the most positive impact on living a successful life. Tosca Lee is the multi award-winning, New York Times, and Indiebound and Amazon bestselling author of 11 novels. Her book series, A Line Between and A Single Light were written as a pandem…
 
This week we stay in the co-op space a little longer and get a two-for-one. As an homage to Women’s History Month, we talk with one of the most celebrated marketer of co-ops-- and one of less than a handful of women responsible for driving the development of the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial in Washington, DC. We talk with Roberta MacDonald, Senior Vi…
 
Henrik talks about the repeatable process that brought him success, how to set and work towards smart goals and how to move yourself closer to your own personal success and fulfillment. Henrik de Gyor is a consultant at Another DAM Consultancy where he advises clients on digital asset management. Henrik is also a proficient podcaster, being a part …
 
This week, we’re going to switch things up a bit. We are going to talk about the idea of inclusion, but from a slightly different perspective. We are going to learn all about economic structure called a co-op. Sure you likely have heard of housing co-ops, maybe even grocery co-ops… but do you know just how common they are? Let’s talk co-ops with Ca…
 
How do you be honest with yourself about what you really want? What do you do when you find yourself unhappy with the profession you devoted your life to? Katherine Bell is a trained astrophysicist who after spending years with NASA, finally decided in her 40’s, to follow her passions and become a dreamwork practitioner. Katherine went on to found …
 
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