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“Those who tell the stories of a culture govern human behavior,” is a paraphrased quote of media expert George Gerbner. It is also the driving force behind the Good Change podcast. This show was created to inject real stories of good into the inaccurate narrative we are being fed by those who seek to profit on their misrepresentations of us. This introduction episode includes stories about how one person or one organization or a fledgling movement can create ripples that positively transform lives. We welcome you to the podcast, where we illustrate good change through our remarkable guests who may help you relax, find peace of mind, laugh, and discover things you can incorporate into your life to create greater good on common ground.
With this episode, discover adventure, sadness, and serendipity in Siberia and Aspen; why we launched the Good Change podcast; what future shows aim to share with you; how one person and one act can forever positively impact another’s life; and find peace of mind, take deep breaths, laugh, and take to heart ideas for you to help create greater good.
About the Host: Ken Streater shares eye-opening and heartening global experiences that reflect our shared dreams and concerns. A former international river guide and adventure travel outfitter who worked and played in 50 countries, Alaskan bush teacher turned social good entrepreneur, Fortune 500 consultant, bestselling author, and keynote speaker, Ken has seen first-hand how common ground blooms greater good. From angry hippo showdowns to nuclear missile attacks, from billionaire shenanigans to Siberian soccer wars to quiet conversations with everyday heroes, these and other interactions inspire him to create good change.
Ken’s just released #1 Amazon bestselling book, Be the Good: Becoming a Force for a Better World, is receiving rave reviews from movement leaders and readers alike. His podcast, Good Change: Conversations About Making a World of Difference is “where movement makers, industry leaders, visionaries, voices of hope, and everyday heroes gather to share ideas, laugh, and inspire action for greater good.”
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