Interview

#43 Michael Green discusses his daily routine, stuff discordance at home and makes a surprising commitment on air

Michael Green is an experience engineer, using food, wine and travel to create experiences for clients and audiences around the world. He credits his success to his love of people AND his drive and flexibility. He’s created lasting routines to ensure he gets enough rest, exercise and time off. Recently married, he also shares about …

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#42 Kathleen Ronald on accountability, self-esteem and networking without clutter

Kathleen Ronald has been called the “Queen of Networking,” and she has figured out simple, effective ways to bring value to every conversation without cluttering up her life or others’ lives. Here are her tips for successful networking without dragging home a bunch of business cards and doing nothing with them: 1) Follow-up on promised …

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#24 The politics behind UnStuff America and our rights and responsibilities to create a country beyond our wildest dreams

Andrew Mellen and Maya D. Haynes discuss the rights and responsibilities of all Americans and the premise behind UnStuff America! If you’re too busy moving crap around your home, work or life to participate in the community outside your door, you have too much stuff. If you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired, …

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#20 Sensei Victoria Whitfield shares how a compassionate and relentless pursuit of clarity simplified her life

Sensei Victoria Whitfield talks about unleashing the healing power in everyday acts of kindness and compassion. Victoria’s personal journey from a soul-deadening corporate job to her current incarnation as a healer for entrepreneurs demonstrates how effective simplifying one’s life and a relentless big-hearted search for clarity can be in manifesting a life of love, generosity …

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#19 Mellini Kantayya shares how a small action can create huge results + tips on living with less in 700 SF

Writer, actor +humorist Mellini Kantayya created a simple survey before leaving on vacation. She came home to find it had gone viral with over 75,000 signatures and national attention. While every action may not create this much buzz, ANY action can. Mel shares in her fun, no-nonsense style how anyone can make an impact in …

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#18 How Germany stacks up to the USA around recycling and consumption + productivity and travel hacks from Joseph Paris

It’s always great to learn what internationally recognized thought leaders on operational excellence do at home to stay organized and productive. Joseph F. Paris Jr. proves he’s not a “do as I say, not as I do” leader as his family adapts to living abroad in Germany. He shares his take on German recycling and …

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#17 Robert Lee shares his thoughts on food insecurity, the power of small steps + living your passion

Robert Lee is a co-founder and CEO of Rescuing Leftover Cuisine. A native of Queens, Robert grew up learning the value of food and saw a gap in how restaurants and the food industry dealt with waste. His ‘aha’ moment quickly turned into a thriving organization that redistributes millions of pounds of food, using social …

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#16 How self-worth and personal responsibility shape Fabienne Fredrickson’s world view and life’s mission

Thought leader, business coach and founder of Boldheart, Fabienne Fredrickson talks about awakening the bold heart in each of us to “play a bigger game.” She also shares insight into capsule wardrobes and the simple way French women dress well with less. From closets to personal transformation, the same themes run through all Fabienne’s choices: …

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#15 How to wake up, grow up and show up + the surprising consequences of a new desk chair from Ellen Grace O’Brian

Spiritual teacher, poet, writer, and founder of Center for Spiritual Enlightenment Yogacharya Ellen Grace OBrian shares her passion for waking up, both personally and as a necessity for our communities. An impromptu poetry reading and a surprising story about a desk chair perfectly highlight her humanity, depth and sense of humor. Listen in to learn …

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#14 How to bring kindness into every situation and live your values with Nettie Owens

These days, it’s easy to see the glass half-empty and focus on problems so much seems out of joint and fractured right now. Professional and community organizer Nettie Owens has an antidote to the tumult at home and outside: kindness. Listen in to learn simple ways you can bring more kindness and effectiveness to everything …

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