show episodes
 
Purpose. Mission. Impact. These are the words that the changemakers of Evolve are driven by. Brandon Stover unpacks the stories and mindsets of extraordinary social impact founders, visionary leaders, and social enterprise experts as they share how they built startups that are solving the worlds greatest problems. Focused on evolving the world through evolution of the individual, Brandon asks thought provoking questions to reveal the tools, tactics, and wisdom of these innovators to educate, ...
 
Welcome to the Conscious Style Podcast where we explore what it will take to create a better, more sustainable, and equitable future for fashion. Each week, host Elizabeth Joy interviews changemakers in the sustainable and ethical fashion space. In this podcast, you'll hear from courageous garment workers and labor rights organizers, innovative fashion designers and entrepreneurs, visionary content creators and influencers, insightful researchers and journalists, and more. For more resources ...
 
Welcome to the DIY, TRY OR BUY podcast with Yiesha. Here on this podcast we are creating a community where we do work, GROWN WORK! We work on intentionally creating the life and lifestyle we want to enjoy through DIY projects, TRYing new things or BUYING quality goods.
 
F
Fresh Take

1
Fresh Take

Florida Certified Organic Growers & Consumers, INC.

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
Fresh Take is your weekly roundup of all things related to organic and sustainable living. Join Florida Organic Growers staff and guest experts as we discuss everything you need to know about sustainable living, organic agriculture, and how to make the best lifestyle choices that benefit you and the environment. So if you’re an eco-warrior, a dedicated farmer, or just someone looking to make more conscious decisions, tune in every Monday to get your Fresh Take.
 
Sounds Good hosts hopeful conversations with optimists and world-changers about the headlines we can be hopeful about — and how you can get involved and make a difference. Every week, Good Good Good founder Branden Harvey sits down with the people driving positive change against the world's greatest problems. Each episode will leave you with a sense of hope about the good in the world — and a sense of direction on how we can all be a part of that good. Episodes are released every Monday. Div ...
 
An inclusive audio space, Conscious Chatter opens the door to conversations about our clothing + the layers of stories, meaning and potential impact connected to what we wear. Hosted by Kestrel Jenkins, Conscious Chatter reimagines the narrative around sustainability, explores the importance of resourcefulness, questions conscious consumerism, and works to deconstruct how oppressive systems impact the sustainable fashion space.
 
Next to Natural is a behind the scenes look into the lives of incredible moms from around the world, including naturopaths, holistic herbalists, psychologists, home birthers, nature schoolers, and moms in their pursuit of nurturing the innate wisdom and curiosity of their children while creating minimalistic and healthier lives for their families. This is a show by Nui Organics, makers of natural and sustainable apparel for families that cause no harm and inspire a culture of sustainable sol ...
 
In the Outsmart Your Instincts Podcast, host Adam Hansen explores what’s going on—under the radar—with non-conscious instincts (aka Cognitive Biases) that trip up innovation, and points towards some effective ways around them. He talks to some of the best and brightest in the world of innovation to explore how Cognitive Biases affect our work, and how we can all learn a new way to think.
 
SOCAP’s Moving at the Speed of Innovation Podcast series is a special series designed to address the different issues, perspectives and strategies on how innovation is shaping the customer care industry. Hear from subject matter experts and industry leaders as they discuss game-changing ideas, technologies and solutions that are advancing the customer care industry and challenging companies to stay ahead of the innovation curve.
 
W
Wickedly Smart Women

1
Wickedly Smart Women

Anjel B Hartwell & The Creative Age Consulting Group

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly+
 
Featuring the world’s most impressive emerging and established Wickedly Smart Women, this is the show where we spotlight, celebrate and elevate the Creative Age Leaders & Wickedly Smart Women who are making a massive difference in the world! Listeners who are Wickedly Smart Women "in the making" tune IN to be well fed with dynamic wisdom, legendary modeling and immediately actionable steps to be smarter, spunkier & more successful in their impact & leadership, careers, health, relationships, ...
 
This podcast is hosted by Zenny Middleton, health coach, nutrition practitioner, personal trainer & Pilates instructor behind Her Unique Glow. Nourished living discusses all the topics that lead us to living healthier, more fulfilled and content lives from the inside out. Living a nourished life isn't just about the food we eat or how much exercise we do, it's all encompassing and means living life 'health-fully' and working on that loving relationship with yourself. Living a healthy, nouris ...
 
S
Switch

1
Switch

Ashna and Lydia

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Welcome to Switch! We want to connect real people to topics they care and are curious about, but without the jargon or BS. Join us as we chat about all things sustainability-related and how they intersect with our daily lives - from eating out, to what we wear, to the latest technology and more. We also bring in guests doing cool things for people and the planet.
 
“Let’s Talk Good Business” is a lively format of news, information and dialogues with luminaries in all walks of business. The show chronicles the emerging identity of social entrepreneurs, activists, philanthropists and other creative change makers. The aim of “Let’s Talk Good Business” is to focus on creating and managing profitable, socially conscious endeavors. In each episode host, Dr. Dionne explores the strategies, leaders and new markets that are driving the evolution of conscious bu ...
 
M
More Than $$

1
More Than $$

Dawn Carpenter & Guests Talk Business Revisited

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
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- ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with the one and only Aja Barber, a sustainable fashion thought leader, consultant, writer, and new author. Her debut book is called Consumed, The Need for Collective Change: Colonialism, Climate Change, and Consumerism. Aja is sharing: How the fashion industry been shaped by colonization, and what its lasting legacies…
 
The gap between good intentions and real change is a big one to fill. While many companies are interested in making their workplaces more diverse, it’s not enough to simply want more inclusion. It takes real systemic change to transform any professional setting into an equitable one and many value-driven organizations find themselves stuck at being…
 
Zion Farms & Market started in 2016 on a 20-acre farm in Apopka, Florida, with a mission to establish urban farms throughout Central Florida and be an affordable source of organic produce and education to the community at large. Registered as a 501(c)(3) organization, through collaboration with other urban farmers in the Central Florida area the al…
 
In this episode, I'll provide simple intentional habits that you can apply to your life today. Intentional habits are habits that you put in place to make it easier to do the things you want consistently. You can intentionally create these habits by clearly identifying what to do, when, and where. Click the link below to download my ebook "Why Mini…
 
Sharing your story is a powerful way to showcase your talent, build an audience and help people with similar experiences start to heal. But what if storytelling doesn’t come naturally to you? And what if the idea of appearing on stage or video has you shaking in your boots? Brenda Adelman is the critically acclaimed actor behind the one-woman show,…
 
In episode 253, Kestrel welcomes Hilary Jochmans, the founder of consulting firm Politically In Fashion, to the show. Politically In Fashion & Hilary’s name have been popping up a lot in the fashion space, after she helped pen an official letter to President Biden, calling for him to appoint a fashion czar. “You think about all the different areas …
 
What are the connections with overconsumption and the rise of fast fashion with social media and influencer (and haul) culture? In this episode, Lily of Imperfect Idealist explores how social media influences consumption and why overconsumption + overproduction are such big problems in fashion. Lily also shares: Why fashion hauls are so problematic…
 
Interest in local food systems has been steadily increasing as shown by the growing supply of and demand for local foods. Some evidence of this growth includes the number of farmers’ markets that have nearly tripled, and the initiation of thousands of farm-to-school programs across the U.S. Additionally, local foods have often topped consumer and f…
 
Rodney Campbell & Keith Richardson are Co-Founders of More In Common and creators of the More In Common Podcast, a social experiment to prove that we have more in common than that which divides us and prove its beneficial to have conversation with people of disparate points of view. On their podcast they explore a variety of tough and controversial…
 
Type A women relentlessly pursue perfection. And in trying to be the best, to be everything to everyone, we abandon ourselves. Our head talks our heart out of its knowing. So, how do we learn to stop and soften? How do we tap into our natural grace and begin to accept and celebrate ourselves? Lindy Lewis is the Recovering Alpha Female behind Let Yo…
 
In episode 252, Kestrel welcomes Sara Gourlay, the Creative Director at Frankie Collective, to the show. A brand dedicated to innovating women’s streetwear, Frankie Collective is also setting a standard for sustainability in the fashion industry. “I guess we’re really just trying to disrupt the industry — there can be another way to do business, an…
 
Kate Kaye is an award-winning tech journalist who has published work in many places including MIT Technology Review and NPR. Kate covered the data industry for Ad Age and digital political campaigns for ClickZ. She joins Kevin this week to talk about Google’s Privacy Budget, the Privacy Sandbox Initiative, and how we get people to care about the di…
 
Between the overflow of cheap clothing, schedules packed to the brim, and a decline in sewing education, torn and ill-fitting clothes are far more likely to be tossed than mended or altered. But fashion tech entrepreneur Josephine Philips is on a mission to change that with her clothing repair and tailoring app, Sojo. Sojo makes it more convenient …
 
Develop for Good pairs students with nonprofits to use tech to make a difference. The founder of the organization, Mary Zhu, is no stranger to the experiences of underserved communities. She’s the daughter of two Chinese immigrants and her cultural background was a huge driving force in helping see disparities in marginalized communities… and how t…
 
Are you trying to build wealth from the outside in? If so, you’re using the masculine model for wealth creation and overlooking the superpower we have as women to BE abundance and generate wealth from the inside out! Kathryn Eriksen is the Money Mindset Expert behind Empowered Way, a coaching practice dedicated to helping women transform our relati…
 
We’ve all heard the old adage, ‘If you want something done right, do it yourself.’ But if your business has plateaued, and it’s time to build out a team to reach the next level of growth, you need a new mindset. So, how do you shift from being a solopreneur to seeing yourself as a leader? Deb Erickson is the Business Mindset Expert behind The ICAN …
 
In episode 251, Kestrel welcomes Francisco Diaz of CiscoSews to the show. An upcycling designer, Francisco created CiscoSews, a slow fashion sewing studio, to experiment with garment making. “There is just so much waste right now that we’re all seeing that we need to slow it down and reuse, and focus less on having the perfect brand new piece — tha…
 
A lot of us are living a life that looks good on paper. We’ve got the relationships and the careers we’re supposed to want. But those things may or may not align with the deepest desires of our heart. So, how do you identify whether you’re living a half-hearted life? How do you counter thousands of years of conditioning and choose yourself first? H…
 
Natasha Halesworth is the founder and owner of The Consistency Project, which is a shop that curates pre-loved fashion and designs reworked clothing while working to break the stigma of secondhand. In this episode, Natasha is giving us a glimpse inside what it's like to run a secondhand and reworked clothing brand. She's also sharing: What her sour…
 
Growing up in the racially and economically segregated suburbs of Maryland, Patrice Berry found herself wanting to work in U.S. policymaking after experiencing firsthand how hard it is for marginalized folks to finish school, get assistance, and provide for their families. She now works for the mayor of Oakland, California, working to improve local…
 
On this episode, hear about two unique farms in South Florida that are providing support for their communities: Empower farms, a certified organic and eco-friendly farm for people of all abilities, and Aloha Redland, a female-led farm blending art and nutrition for a more vibrant local community. Learn about: - How their CSA programs were started a…
 
Many people live in fear and find a sense of comfort in continuing to live like that for the rest of their life. But what if you had the chance to take the power back and stop letting fear rule your life? Lynda West, The Fear Buster, made the decision at 51 years old to face a fear everyday for a year after living her entire life controlled by it. …
 
Dogs make a great pet but what if you could have a deeper connection and relationship with your dog? What if you could learn exactly what they want you to know? Liz Murdoch is an Intuitive Animal Communicator specializing in dogs and their stories. She noticed her gift to communicate with dogs at a young age and began to really lean into it in her …
 
No doubt you’re familiar with the saying, ‘It’s not personal; it’s just business.’ But MaryPat Kavanagh contends that business IS personal, especially if we want to create something with lasting impact. So, what skills do we need to build sustainable, legacy businesses that are bigger than ourselves? MaryPat is the creator of MaryPat Speaks, a lead…
 
A lot of entrepreneurs look good on paper. But they’re working insane hours, ultimately making less than they would at the corner store. Kris Ward used to be one of those entrepreneurs, running a business that consumed her life. So, how did she stop working so hard and still get results? Kris is the Team Building and Productivity Strategist behind …
 
We need connection with other people. And yet, it can be challenging to be fully ourselves. Anah Reichenbach contends that the practice of authentic relating helps us build more authentic relationships—without losing that delicious sense of being ourselves! Anah is the creator of Deep & Light, a coaching practice that leverages authentic relating t…
 
When you think of a circular economy, what do you think of? Perhaps repurposing and reusing? Restoring and renewing? Repairing and mending? Recycling and upcycling? Well in this episode, I'm chatting with Nicole Bassett, the co-founder of the Renewal Workshop, which is a circular fashion business dedicated to doing all of those things. In this conv…
 
In episode 250, Kestrel welcomes Natalie Shehata, a stylist focused on sustainability, to the show. Natalie currently works as the Retail Trainer for The Social Outfit, a Sydney-based fashion label who provides employment and training to people from refugee and new migrant communities. “We have these brands, and we have people kind of saying — ok, …
 
Frog Song Organics, located in Alachua County, started in 2011 with a mission to provide nutritious foods to the local community through sustainable farming. One way they do this is through their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. In this episode, hear about: - What led Frog Song to start their CSA - How their CSA model has evolved over…
 
After trading jazz for a Harvard education, this doctor chose to support refugees by not only working in a refugee camp in Turkey, but by developing an app that supports refugees’ unique healthcare needs. One of the major challenges of being a refugee is the lack of access to real healthcare, particularly for refugee women. But through the power of…
 
Play cultivates creativity. Creativity leads to innovation. Innovation solves problems. And problem-solving is what business is all about. So, how can we bring more play into our work? Nancy Mayer is the Chief Games Officer behind Power Play Profit Solutions, a consulting practice that builds businesses through innovative strategic plans, sponsorsh…
 
What does it look like to embody consciousness at a higher level? And what can wicked-smart women do to raise the collective consciousness on a global scale? Our wicked-smart panel of women entrepreneurs is on a mission to activate consciousness around the world. Laleh Hancock is the CEO of Global Wellness for All, an organization that empowers peo…
 
For those of us in the early stages of an awakening journey, the experience can be jarring. In fact, it’s not uncommon to feel like you are going a little crazy. So, where can we go for affirmation of our spiritual wellness? And what can we do to affirm ourselves if our energy signature differs wildly from those around us? Courtney A. Walsh is the …
 
Confrontation is usually considered a negative thing but what if instead of fearing confrontation and avoiding it, you stepped into it and embraced it directly? Danielle Gibson, a Confrontation Expert and Performance Coach works with people just like you. People from all sorts of professions who are looking to live confidently in themselves. Daniel…
 
In episode 249, Kestrel welcomes Isiah Magsino, a writer based in New York City, to the show. With bylines in Vogue, GQ, W, Nylon, Architectural Digest, and more, Isiah is focused on writing about the beautiful things in life. “While it’s mainstream now, it’s important to recognize where it comes from, and the adversity that was faced from doing so…
 
Less than two percent of venture capital funding goes to women. So, what needs to happen to change that statistic? And what alternatives to VC money can women leverage to fund their businesses in the meantime? Catherine Gray is the Cofounder of the She Angels Foundation, a multi-media platform on a mission to fund female entrepreneurs. She is also …
 
Have you ever struggled to feel creative with the clothes in your closet? Do you ever feel uninspired by your wardrobe? You'll want to tune into this conversation, because Alyssa is sharing: Tips for ways we can maximize a piece's use and discover more outfit combinations; How to "get the look" of outfits we see and love using only the items alread…
 
Community supported agriculture is one model through which producers and consumers can be more connected. We sat down with Rick Martinez, Founder of Sweetwater Organic Farm, which is thought to be the first CSA in Florida, to talk about his experience with this food systems model. In this episode, hear about: - The history of the CSA model at Sweet…
 
Being an environmentally conscious consumer means shopping smarter, not harder. But with so much information and products in the world, it can be challenging to know where to start making choices that are good for the planet. Thankfully, our guest is doing the good work to help everyday folks make small, but valuable choices that benefit the enviro…
 
What’s the best way to market your business on social media? Are you posting on every available platform but not seeing results? Katie Brinkley is the Social Media Strategist and Coach behind Next Step Social Communications, a firm that helps small businesses, real estate agents, construction companies and homebuilders build out their social media …
 
People do business with people when they connect. Get in sync with your customers, and they will go to the ends of the earth for you. But how do we dismantle our conditioning and create those authentic connections? And then how do we leverage that social capital to grow a successful business? Virginia Muzquiz is the Founder and Chief Connection Off…
 
Crystal Mischief got into burlesque for the creative outlet. And then they realized how the art form could be married with neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) to create transformational change. Crystal is the award-winning performer behind Sparkleforce Burlesque Academy, a practice that combines healing modalities and neuroscience with the historica…
 
Entrepreneurs who are multitalented and highly creative often struggle with determining how to best serve the world. How do we indulge our curiosity without getting overwhelmed by trying to do it all? How do we get clear on what to pursue next? And how do we communicate what we offer to potential clients and turn our talents into a viable business?…
 
In episode 248, Kestrel welcomes Ocean Rose, a Yoruba artist, to the show. Focused on botanical dye, community, photography, & poetry, Ocean weaves beauty, thoughtfulness and the art of slowing down into their work. “Sustainability’s more of a story of how — it’s probably the history of people and the things that we acquire over time. It’s all part…
 
For those of us in the business of beauty, of bringing art and spiritual healing to the world, it can be a challenge to be justly compensated for our work. But according to Frida Freyja, the secret is to hold the light and trust in the flow. But how do we keep our vibration high and maintain that trust when fear and worry is our default? Frida is t…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login