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Moe and Jenna Abdou interview a highly influential roster of founders, venture capitalists, CEO’s, master thinkers, bestselling authors, academic minds, and creatives to deconstruct the hidden insights that only those who are building breakthrough ventures can reveal. For ten years now, 33voices has engaged closely with founders, senior executives and company builders to identify interesting & pressing challenges that give rise to thoughtful dialogue with contributors who not only think diff ...
 
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“When you feel connected, you feel whole.”Child psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr. Bruce Perry is renowned for his pioneering research on trauma. Yet, his impact is equally made each time he sits down to color with a four-year-old to help facilitate their healing. This is the life-giving power of connection, and it is the enduring theme of his wor…
 
Every detail matters to Elisa Marshall — The tiny chips that give plates their character, the story behind every chair surrounding her 14-person dinner table, and the feeling evoking questions she asks gathered around it, like: What made you smile today? Driven to find the beauty in every day, Elisa lives by Elsie de Wolfe’s wisdom: “I’m going to m…
 
“Abundance is living in your greatest place of peace and joy,” says nyakio and Thirteen Lune founder, Nyakio Grieco. How does she get there? By fulfilling her purpose in the “right now moments.” Grounded in her faith, we kick off exploring how Nyakio’s mother taught her to pray boldly, call upon her ancestors, and the belief that gives her hope dur…
 
“Nature keeps moving on.” And, so does Chef Helene Henderson. Helene’s journey is marked by serendipity met by the courage to embrace opportunity. What began as saying ‘Yes’ to teaching cooking classes in her home evolved into farm dinners and what has become her global farm-to-table restaurant, Malibu Farm. Helene’s connection with nature stems ba…
 
When Julie Uhrman and her twin sister were nine years old, they brought a flyer home to join the basketball league at their local YMCA. To which their mom responded: You know, the ‘M’ stands for Men’s, right? “We weren’t concerned by that at all," Julie reflects. "We showed up at The Y. There were 80 boys and the two of us. The first thing that wen…
 
Tovah Haim is a self-described private person. So, why would she choose to launch a business centered around the truthful realities of birth, pregnancy recovery, and breastfeeding? “The thing that helps me is my conviction in needing change,” she says. “I believe with all my heart that it’s not okay that we exist in this environment.” Bodily’s miss…
 
“When your heart says one thing and your head says another, it is simply a dispute between the different parts of your brain.”Twenty-five years ago, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor had a traumatic brain hemorrhage that caused her to lose the functioning of her left hemisphere. Simultaneous to losing her ability to walk, talk, and remember the details of her …
 
Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman have a shared goal: How can we do our best to stay in each other’s lives forever? In their book Big Friendship, they share the lessons they’ve learned in pursuit of it and illuminate our relationships as the essential ingredient to a meaningful life. They explore how their friendship shapes their becoming, gives them p…
 
When Jessica Robertson was 20 years old, she boarded her second ever flight to NYC to embark on her dream job at Rolling Stone. She landed with $350 and no insight on how to build a life in the city. Her courageous step was the first in becoming a transformative storyteller whose work has impacted millions, most recently as the Chief Content Office…
 
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to realize your vision, Hedley & Bennett Founder Ellen Bennett’s book, Dream First, Details Later, will show you the path. Fulfilling your dream is never easy. But, would you want to dedicate yourself to anything else? For Ellen, building a brand beloved by chefs around the world was more than worth it. We dive…
 
“When you speak your truth, you speak to some universal truth.” Tiffany Shlain has a gift for asking questions that delve into the heart of our shared human experience. Enlivening them in her acclaimed book, 24/6, and many films, she catalyzes global conversations about what matters most, from character to connection to creativity. We dive into the…
 
In the midst of her becoming, Shelly McNamara had a transformative dream about her sister, awakening her with a clear message: “It starts from the inside out.” Saying it aloud unveiled a realization that would go on to guide her journey: “I will not find happiness or peace unless it starts from within.” Chief Equality and Inclusion Officer at Proct…
 
“In all of it, I find joy.” Dr.Tarika Barrett spent her childhood growing up between Brooklyn and Kingston, Jamaica. It was during her formative years in Jamaica that she watched her mom launch the country’s first mentorship program; Unbeknownst that she’d too go on to lead one, Girls Who Code: A phenomenal non-profit that has reached over 450,000 …
 
How often do you think about your memory? As the Executive Director of The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement, Erin Mulcahy Stein doesn’t take her’s for granted. We explore ways we can be proactive about our brain health, prioritize mental fitness, and the importance of having conversations with our loved ones about caregiving. Erin’s dedicated her caree…
 
When do you feel most creative? For Rachel Pally, it’s while throwing pottery and salsa dancing. These passions aren’t related to her work as a designer, which is precisely why they’ve been instrumental to her success. We explore the tenets of living a creative life, staying true to yourself as an artist, and why change is often less scary than sta…
 
Martha Beck has asked thousands of people: What makes you feel like the truth is coming home to you more than anything else? Harvard-trained sociologist and world-renowned life coach, she’s found a sentence “that makes people feel this ring of truth. It is: I am meant to live in peace.” In her latest bestseller, The Way of Integrity, she shows us h…
 
How would you approach what matters most if you truly grasped that time is finite? As a two-time cancer survivor in her early 30s, Liya Shuster-Bier puts her priorities at the center. Today, she views life through a venn diagram of fulfillment: “Investing every minute you have into your heart, your happiness, other people’s hearts, and other people…
 
Rebecca van Bergen celebrated her graduation by asking a big question: How do you create agency and change through human to human work? She’s spent the last 14 years answering it through Nest: Her non-profit that’s connected hundreds of thousands of artisans, across 115 countries, to ethical home-based work with leading brands. She believes in crea…
 
Ethan Kross has the most fascinating job: Studying the conscious mind. Director of the Emotion and Self-Control Lab at the University of Michigan, where he’s also an award winning professor, his new book Chatter, explores a topic that impacts each and every one of us: Our inner voice. Our inner voice influences everything we do, from our relationsh…
 
“You want to liberate yourself from the concentration camp of your own mind.”Dr.Edith Eger is the embodiment of resilience in mind and spirit. In her books The Choice and The Gift, she details her extraordinary journey as a Holocaust survivor and the lessons it taught her to achieve freedom in our lives. She shares various prisons of the mind - fro…
 
Twenty years from now, the case study on Amazon will not only showcase an unparalleled customer obsession, and an always evolving invention machine - perhaps more importantly - it will shine a light on exemplary leadership. Two such leaders - Colin Bryar and Bill Carr chat with Moe about the methods & principles that make Amazon - Amazon.…
 
“To evolve the conversation, we have to first evolve the question.” For Laura Modi, that journey began at her kitchen table, where amongst her four siblings, she learned the art of having enriching conversations. Today, she’s harnessing those skills to create an inclusive dialogue around how families feed their babies through her category defining …
 
To create with intention is to take your time. We know the benefits of this. So, why do we feel pressured to move so fast? Bearaby Founder Kathrin Hamm detached from these societal expectations — and it’s working. Daily naps. Creative flow. Fluid schedules. These habits enable her to design her day around when she feels best and, more importantly, …
 
PYM Co-founder Zak Williams believes we can all be mental health advocates. His inspiring advocacy efforts stem from his own healing journey and realization that service is foundational to fulfillment. We all want to feel whole. Zak shares the importance of being honest with ourselves, evaluating our self-beliefs, and clearing out the attic when th…
 
“You see the glory but you don’t know the story.” Grayson and Frank & Eileen Founder Audrey McLoghlin joins us to share what it really takes to build a successful career: Practice. She discusses how to cultivate the resilience to achieve your dream and the three basket philosophy that’s helped her avoid burnout for two decades. There’s only one cat…
 
Pattie Sellers is one of the great storytellers of our time. Co-founder of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women and SellersEaston Media, she reflects on an extraordinary 36 years profiling the world’s most inspiring leaders, from Oprah Winfrey to Melinda Gates, showcasing that “Power is what you make it.”Pattie’s dream job was writing about the arts. She …
 
“To self actualize is to self define truth for you.” CUUP Co-founder Abby Morgan’s mission is to empower women to discover our own truths and harness them to craft our most fulfilling lives. We chat about self-discovery and attuning to our intuition as ways to inspire reflection, expansion, and empowerment to live each day authentically. Abby share…
 
Perelel Co-founder Victoria Thain Gioia and Jenna kickoff exploring how we can change the conversation around pregnancy by more intentionally supporting mothers from fertility through postpartum. Victoria was inspired to launch Perelel after her daughter was born with a cleft lip. It was this scary life chapter and a blind friend date with her now …
 
No business exists without a customer; and no customers exist without marketing outreach - So, how is it that two businesses selling the same exact product/service can have vastly different results? Wharton Marketing Professor, Jonah Berger rejoins Moe Abdou to discuss the science of influence and why it starts with deep understanding.…
 
This Is Your Brain on Food author Dr. Uma Naidoo and Jenna explore the gut brain connection and key nutritional pillars that can help us strengthen our mental health. Our gut dictates our body’s resilience. We discuss nutritional habits that help us bounce back from stress, practices to manage anxiety, and how healthy habit changes can offer us a s…
 
Beautycounter SVP of Social Mission Lindsay Dahl is a clean beauty trailblazer. We have her to thank for over a dozen clean beauty laws. Today, we’re diving into the lessons her unique journey has offered about how to create lasting change. We’ll start at the beginning with finding your voice. Then, explore how to get your message heard by discerni…
 
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