show episodes
 
Becoming Great.com has one big goal - to be the podcast in the world with the most value-per-minute. The creators Erik Bergman and Emil Ekvardt spend over 100 hours preparing each episode to accomplish this goal. And, of course, it’s ad-free. Super entrepreneur Erik Bergman made 50 million euros before turning 30. Now he is building Great.com, a company that will give away all its profits to charity. Emil Ekvardt became a USD millionaire from professional poker at a young age. Now he runs a ...
 
Thanks for checking out the Awarepreneurs podcast! My name is Paul Zelizer and I am passionate - you could say obsessed - about the intersection of 3 things: a) conscious business, b) social impact and c) awareness practices. I believe these 3 movements are some of the most dynamic movements on our planet at this time. Around the world. people are discovering how to lead with compassion and create businesses that truly are a force for good. Each week, I do a deep dive interview with a though ...
 
Join Sandra D'Souza and her guests as they explore the people/trends that are shaping the purpose driven landscape. Running a profitable business and doing good does not have to be mutually exclusive. In fact, the more money you make, the more good you can do in your local communities and beyond. Each week, we will chat with influencers and leaders in this space that are making a difference in their communities and the world, where business is a force for good and where profit meets purpose.
 
R
Reimagining Justice

1
Reimagining Justice

Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Welcome to Reimagining Justice - a global podcast for the change makers in law and the first Australian-based podcast shining a light on issues at the intersection of law, social justice and innovation. Join Andrea Perry-Petersen, an Australian lawyer and social justice advocate, as she interviews guests from around the world who have discovered and implemented innovative ways to update the legal profession while improving people’s experience of the law. Andrea brings a unique perspective on ...
 
The Wealth Gap. Global Warming. Corrupt Politicians. Capitalism is not to blame...but capitalists are. What this world needs are more business owners, executives & shareholders who are willing to take less so that all other stakeholders can participate more equitably. During each episode of The Righteous Capitalists you will meet business owners who are doing just that. You'll learn why and how they run their businesses the way they do, how they differ from the rest of their industry, what t ...
 
Ever wonder about the life and drama of food before it gets into your mouth? After so many depressing food documentaries K80 Jones wanted to make food fun again. She searched far and wide in a quest to meet people changing the world with food as their superpower. You’ll hear first-hand stories from Food Heroes on topics like fair trade food, sustainable farming, turning waste into edible upcycling, and so much more. The conversation is upbeat and friendly. Each episode serves up actionable s ...
 
There are huge global problems that we hear about on a daily basis, so it’s my goal to explore these with you; to get a deeper understanding of what makes these issues complex, who are the stakeholders involved, and what progress is being made to solve some of these challenges. Together, we’re going to speak with movers and shakers in the business and impact worlds to learn more about their work in creating a better world. We promise to be candid and open to having our views challenged, whil ...
 
Powerful Nonsense is a weekly podcast for young entrepreneurs, side-preneurs and creatives. Cem & Wayne's weekly discussions and interviews will give you ACTIONBLE steps for getting ahead in the digital economy. We want this podcast to support students, graduates and anyone else in adapting to the digital economy, one which rewards those who are passionate about pursuing their dreams, constantly learning and making a positive change for themselves and others. Our fortnightly discussions will ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Coss Marte. Coss is the Founder of Conbody, an impact oriented fitness brand that uses non-stop, bodyweight, prison-style workouts. They proudly hire formerly incarerated individuals as their instructors. Resources mentioned in this episode include: Conbody site Conbody Instagram Fortune Society site Tom Vozzo epis…
 
In episode no. 78, Andrea explores all things document automation. She covers: What is document automation; Use cases in the commercial and not-for-profit context; Factors to consider when embarking on a document automation project; What kinds of documents to automate; and How to overcome barriers to adoption of technology. Proudly sponsored by Neo…
 
This week on the pod is our montly solo episode with Paul Zelizer. Paul is the Founder & CEO of Awarepreneurs and the host of the popular Awarepreneurs podcast. He's also been a coach for social entrepreneurs and conscious business owners for more than a decade. Gold Standard site Tanay Tatum-Edwards interview PCDN Impact Careers site Paul's Social…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Ryan Bethencourt. Ryan is the CEO of Wild Earth, a company that makes healthy and sustainable plant-based pet food. He's also invested in 160 future of food and future of biotech companies as an angel and venture investor. Resources mentioned in this episode include: Wild Earth site Indie Bio site Every Company sit…
 
In episode no. 75 I speak with Catherine Bamford, CEO & Founder of BamLegal. We cover: BamLegal’s clients and services; The UK legal industry’s adoption of document automation; How Catherine addresses some common objections to legal technology; The relevance of time billing and fixed fee in this context; How legal technology intersects with ‘real l…
 
This is a deep guide to happier relationships and the skill of empathy. Learning this skill will make you important in other people's lives. You will be able to know what to say in difficult situations and solve almost any conflict. In this episode we will dive into six different topics. Topic 1 - Why empathy is important Empathy is a complicated w…
 
For those feeling burnt out, unfulfilled, and lacking in purpose, a move into the non-profit sector often seems like a positive shift. I have talked with a few senior people in my network lately who have been considering new opportunities in this sector, and in this episode, I’ll be sharing about that. Regardless of your motivations for wanting to …
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Aaron Quinonez. Sgt. Aaron Quinonez is the Founder of Reliable Commercial Cleaners (RCC), a commercial cleaning business that partners with it's clients to meet their goals. He's also the author of Healing Through Service: The Warriors Guidebook to Overcoming Trauma and works to help struggling veterans worldwide. …
 
In episode no. 76 I share my comments from an International Women’s Day event in Brisbane in early March, hosted by 9 University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology clubs. I share what breaking the bias means to me and how I apply it in practice, and a particular bias each of us possess and need to be aware of if we are to innovat…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is John Shegarian. John is a serial entrepreneur responsible for co-founding Homeboy Industries, FinancialAid.com, Engage and many other impactful companies. His is currently the co-Founder and CEO of Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), on of the largest e-waste/ITAD companies in the world. Resources mentioned i…
 
In which I talk about some latent perfectionism that becoming a parent has brought up, OCD struggles, and things I'm wrestling with on this journey. Sign up for L'Oreal's newsletter! https://www.ltinthecity.com/newsletter CONNECT WITH ME On Instagram, Twitter & LinkedIn - @heyemilykennedy Music by: Taste the Vibe - “Arctic Monkeys - R U Mine? (Mung…
 
How do we create workplaces that people want to be part of? LinkedIn Talent Solutions recently published a report on the Reinvention of Company Culture as part of their 2022 Global Talent Trends series, and in this episode, I’ll go over the three main things impacting company culture. I also cover how we can use this information to create more succ…
 
This week on the pod is our montly solo episode with Paul Zelizer. Paul is the Founder & CEO of Awarepreneurs and the host of the Awarepreneurs podcast. He's also been a coach for social entrepreneurs and conscious business owners for more than a decade. Buzzsprout article on 2022 podcast stats Nurse Keith podcast Water phlianthroinvesting site Pod…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Ivan Anz. Ivan is the Founder of Philanthroinvestors, a community of investors who invest money and time, engaging emotionally to promote human welfare while earning a financial return. Resources mentioned in this episode include: Philanthroinvestors site Housing philanthroinvesting site Water phlianthroinvesting s…
 
In episode no. 75 I speak with Jason Tashea, Consultant with the World Bank and Innovation Fellow at Vanderbilt University. We discuss: Jason’s motivation for his new project, ‘40 Futures’; the fine line between dystopian fiction and reality; Jason’s writing process and the ‘rules’ he set for himself in developing the project; ’40 Futures’ topics i…
 
Fraud and misrepresentation are unfortunately common problems in the social purpose space. As we wrap up Fraud Awareness month in Canada, I think it’s important to touch on how to better ensure that companies are actually doing the social or environmental things they claim to do. The popularity of social purpose in business has brought a lot of gre…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Wafa Al Obaidat. Wafa is the Founder & CEO of PLAYBOOK, a company that accelerates career growth for women through expert-led Masterclasses and an engaged community that enables women to keep learning and leading. She is also the host of the Women Power Podcast. Resources mentioned in this episode include: World Ec…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Zach Stein. Zach is the Co-Founder of Carbon Collective, a company that puts your savings to work investing in over 100 companies building climate solutions for the same price you pay for a generic online investment advisor. Resources mentioned in this episode include: The Mom Test book Carbon Collective site Proje…
 
In episode no. 74, I continue the conversation about technology in courts from episode 73 with Dr Anne Wallace and discuss online dispute resolution “ODR”. I cover: How ODR is defined; 6 key characteristics of ODR; Advantages and disadvantages of ODR; International and Australian examples of ODR; The different forms of technology used in ODR; The v…
 
Chatting today about why I had to go off dairy, how it's harder than I realized being a stay at home mom, and some general chatty updates. RATE & REVIEW If you enjoyed this episode, please go leave a rating or review on iTunes right now as it really helps grow the show. Rate & Review on iTunes! CONNECT WITH EMILY On Instagram, Twitter & LinkedIn - …
 
This year, as of January 31st, it was reported that $34 million has already been lost to fraud—just here in Canada! Given this staggering statistic (and that it also happens to be Fraud Prevention Month), I want to share some ways that small businesses can set themselves up to minimize the risk of fraud in their organizations. Anyone can be affecte…
 
This week on the pod is our monthly solo episode with Awarepreneurs Founder & CEO Paul Zelizer. Paul explores options for social entrepreneur funding and whether VC funding is a good fit for where your social enterprise is at and what your goals are. Resources mentioned in this episode include: Article on accelerators and social entrepreneurs Jenni…
 
A quick catchup on the weird weekend I had, and then some inspiration for 3 ways to declutter your life. LINKS CatBen on TikTok Sarah Therese Minimalism Series on YouTube The Cottage Fairy on YouTube Emily Mariko on TikTok RATE & REVIEW If you enjoyed this episode, please go leave a rating or review on iTunes right now as it really helps grow the s…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Josh Ross. Josh is the Co-Founder & CEO of Humanitix, a charitable ticketing platform which supports causes in health, environment, education and indigenous affairs. Resources mentioned in this episode include: Banker to the Poor book Room to Read site Humanitix site The Awarepreneurs Community Paul's social entrep…
 
In episode no. 73 my special guest is Dr Anne Wallace, Adjunct Professor La Trobe University and Deputy Director Sir Zelman Cowen Centre. We discuss: what first prompted Anne’s interest in technology and court processes; court innovations from the 1990’s and how those initiatives have progressed; how courts and lawyers have adapted to the pandemic;…
 
As we witness the trucker convoy happening, the strong views on all sides, and the issues arising over monetary or vocal support, it’s evident that things like this have an effect on reputation. So, in this episode, I’ll discuss how a business or social enterprise can avoid or minimize reputational risk. From assessing the situation to putting in p…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Charlie McCoy. Charlie is a 5x Founder including NYC's renown Artisan Barber and his newest organization, The Grooming Alchemist - a mential health & wellness advocay foundation working to improve the lives of cult survivors and empower underserved youth. This work is inspired by his personal story of leaving a cul…
 
Took a break from the clutches of social media for a week and I shared 5 things I learned, emotions I felt, and what's next. If you feel addicted to social media and want some reasons to take a break, this episode is for you! <3 LINKS Episode 30 with Courtney Linder Episode 119 on Jaron Lanier's Book Interview with Jaron Lanier by Kara Swisher Beau…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Tu-Hien Le. Tu-Hien is the Founder & CEO of BeaGen, a company that makes products that helps make it easier and more delightful for moms to breastfeed. She's also an e-commerce business coach and the host of the Express Yourself Podcast Resources mentioned in this episode are: Beaugen site The Maker Movement Beauge…
 
In episode no. 72 I share with you 3 (or maybe 4!) things you should know about legal design. The episode covers: The definition of legal design; How it differs from human-centred design and design thinking; 3 categories of legal design; Real examples of legal design in commercial and not-for-profit contexts; Some key elements of any effective lega…
 
All the nitty gritty details of my unmedicated birth experience! Enjoy. :) Check out Bridget Teyler on YouTube and Instagram for birth prep, support, and inspiration. <3 Check out Bradley Birth for info on their classes! RATE & REVIEW If you enjoyed this episode, please go leave a rating or review on iTunes right now as it really helps grow the sho…
 
I started a discussion about The Great Resignation back in June, and today I'll be continuing that conversation with some new updates. If you missed the first one, be sure to go back and check out episode 19 to get the big picture of this issue. This time, I’ll share some more current data with you and the changes that have been affecting both the …
 
Chatty catchup talking about what’s new with baby, taking a social media break, Emily Ratajkowski’s book “My Body,” and changing the name of this podcast? RATE & REVIEW If you enjoyed this episode, please go leave a rating or review on iTunes right now as it really helps grow the show. Rate & Review on iTunes! CONNECT WITH EMILY On Instagram, Twitt…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Tom Vozzo. Tom is a global business executive with a proven track record of leading highly successful businesses in the service, retail and distribution industries. He is currently the CEO of Homeboy Industries, a social enterprise that offers hope, training and job skillls to formerly gang involved and previously …
 
In episode no. 71 my guest is Principal Legal Designer, Inkling Legal Design, Sara Rayment. We discuss: Why legal design makes sense to Sara; The types of projects Inkling Legal Design work on and the common thread between them; Common characteristics of Inkling’s clients; The approach to legal design that sets Inkling apart; The diversity of skill…
 
Danya Sherman founded KnoNap, a company to combat drink spiking, where someones drink might be spiked with something like a rape drug. We talk about her experience as a non-tech founder, how she dealt with the pressure to change how she presented as a young founder, and founder mental health. It’s a really valuable and vulnerable conversation, and …
 
Is purpose-driven capitalism worth it? Will pursuing a purpose for your business beyond profit make a difference? I recently read two interesting articles that argued the opposite sides of these questions, and I wanted to bring that discussion to you today. It’s truly an interesting dilemma when purpose seems to be able to make or break a business.…
 
This week on the pod is a solo episode with Awarepreneurs founder Paul Zelizer. Paul shares 4 tips to hlep you build a lasting impact business in a world obsessed with quick profits and short term gains. These tips include: 1) Treat your business as your most important asset. 2) Cultivate a nuanced relationship with your customers. 3) Build systems…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Eszylfie Taylbor. Eszylfie is President of Taylor Insurance & Financial Services and previously was the top producing agent/advisor in the African American market within New York Life. His new venture is Mind. Body. Money. - a docuseries and app focused on fitness and financial well-being. Resources mentioned in th…
 
In episode no. 70 my guest is lawyer, creator and producer of social project ‘Law for the Lay’, Clarissa Campbell. We discuss: The project she began in 2019 to share the law with everyday people; What happened that prompted her to actually start the project; How her personal and professional background influences her approach; Her unique style usin…
 
For you listening, today you will learn the answer questions like "Why are we lying?", "How can I be more honest?", "How can I stop lying?", "How can I make others stop lying to me?" and much more! In this episode, we will dive into five different topics. Topic 1 - Lying to avoid difficult conversations. These are the kind of lies we tell our frien…
 
Are Apple AirTags being used for stalking? And what happened with Jerry from "Cheer"? I chat about these recent news stories on today's News Tuesday. News Tuesday is a new series where once a month, I'll cover current news about sex trafficking, exploitation, and safety. Articles Mentioned https://apnews.com/article/entertainment-chicago-indictment…
 
I don’t usually talk much about my day job on this podcast, but given the time of year and some of the discussions I have been having over the last few weeks, I thought it would be worthwhile to do a quick episode on how to work with me—or with recruiters in general—from both the employer/client perspective and from the employee/candidate perspecti…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Jennifer Stojkovic. Jennifer is a multi-talented executive leader in the future of food and tech innovation space. In early 2020, she founded the Vegan Women Summit, a global events and medial organization created to empower women to build a kinder, more sustainable world. Resources mentioned in this episode are: V…
 
Motherhood involves a lot of sacrifice, but it can get tricky when we start to gauge our value as humans by the self-denial we express, or how much we suffer for others. I'm wrestling with this now, and I think this conversation about maintaining mental health and preventing burnout is worthwhile even if you're not a parent, but someone who has a p…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Candice Smith. Candice is the Founder & CEO of French Press Public Relations and a Harvard educated serial entrepreneur, publicist and storyteller passionate about helping visionary founders refine their brand story, build their PR strategy and get visible. Resources mentioned in this episode are: French Press site…
 
A pandemic project took me out of my comfort zone and helped me chase some important goals. That project just so happened to be this podcast! So, in this first episode of the new year, I'm going to review 2021 and the incredible lessons I learned alongside the inspiring and uplifting guests who joined me on the show. You can find show notes and mor…
 
This week on the pod is a solo episode with Awarepreneurs founder Paul Zelizer. Paul shares 3 questions to help you honestly assess whether early 2022 is the right time for you to move forward with a scaled business model (membership community, app, online course, book, etc). And whether it is or is not, Paul has some suggestions for you based on t…
 
The space between the holidays and the new year is a great time to review and reflect on the past year, and create alignment between your intentions and your actions for the coming year. I shared today about why I do a Year in Review (this will be my SIXTH year!), what it's all about, and how it can help you set intentions for 2022. LINKS 2021 Year…
 
I thought it would be fun to start sharing book reviews of books I've enjoyed recently. Today we are talking about Jaron Lanier's Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now. I read today's book during midnight nursing sessions and I really enjoyed it. I share 5 points that personally stood out to me, some thought-provoking comm…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login