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68 minutes | Jan 28, 2019
#08 - Michael Wray, on reshaping education in Zambia through technology
Michael Wray, went from JP Morgan to reshape Education in Zambia through technology, providing education to the most remote rural areas in the country . He has currently more than 15,000 students enrolled on his program, Edulution, which provides students and teachers with tablets to work in off the grid areas and then be monitored once back online through a cloud based software.
23 minutes | Jan 5, 2019
#07 Sophie Le Ray, on women empowerment in the Arab world
Sophie Le Ray, Co- founder of Naseba and the Women in Leadership Economic Forum, a two day conference focused on women empowerment, entrepreneurship and social impact. She is also the author of the book ‘ Game Changers: How Women in the Arab World Are Changing the Rules and Shaping the Future’ An amazing inspiring and passionate women that wants to make a positive change in the world. I hope you enjoy this chat with Sophie Le Ray. More info : www.naseba.com
47 minutes | Dec 27, 2018
Episode 6 - Martijn Schirp on Synthesis, the first legal psychedelic retreat
Martijn went through a profound personal transformation that made him quit poker, after winning a considerable amount of money, to focus on co-founding High Existence and Synthesis, the first legal psilocybin retreat in Amsterdam. An interesting story of personal development, that has lead to an exciting opportunity to explore the therapeutic use of psychedelics within a legal framework.
17 minutes | Dec 8, 2018
Episode 5 - Peter Fisk on AI and the future of education
We met Peter at the Women in Leadership Economic Forum in Dubai, a two day conference focusing on women empowerment, entrepreneurship and social impact, where Peter was the opening keynote speaker. Peter is a one of those extremely charismatic speakers, not only because of his speaking skills but more so because of his knowledge and experience in helping and inspiring brands and businesses be more disruptive. He is a best selling author, you may have already read his last book Game Changers, he is also a keynote speaker and a professor at the Innovative Education BUsiness Schol where he is the Academic Director of their flagship executive leadership program. He also runs his own innovation company, Genius Works and is Thinkers 50 Director, which brings together the best ideas in business
43 minutes | Nov 3, 2018
#002 Resonance Collective Podcast - Nadav Wilf on designing the life you want
Nadav Wilf, love at first sight. A great example of how to design the life you want to live, whilst making an impact. Nadav’s is a good example of how to remain free whilst building successful businesses, running his coaching business remotely (Lifestyle Perfected) whilst creating the ultimate retreat space for spiritual and thought leaders in Costa Rica, in which we are proud to be involved. www.inresonance.co Nadav's Coaching site: www.lifestyleperfected.co Nadav's retreat space in Costa Rica: www.imiloainstitute.com
46 minutes | Oct 28, 2018
RC #003: Robbie Brozin on how to turn a global brand into a force for good
Robbie Brozin, Co-Founder of Nandos, has built one of South Africa’s most successful brands, changing people’s lives one chicken at a time as he likes to say. His drive has been his people, using the company's success to drive social impact. We talk about his work with Goodbye Malaria ( www.goodbyemalaria.com ) in Mozambique, his passion for many other social initiatives and why this has become a drive in his life. We can proudly say now he has become a big patron of Bridges for Music ( www.bridgesformusic.org ), the non-profit organisation we are involved with. A true catalyst of change.
40 minutes | Oct 27, 2018
#001 Resonance Collective Podcast - Alexandre Tannous on the power of sound and meditation
We met Alexandre Tannous during a sound meditation held in Ibiza. Deeply moved by the experience and his wisdom in the space of sound, music and meditation we decided to share it with our community around the globe having hosted various sessions with him in Ibiza and New York. His research on how sound has been used for therapeutic purposes from various angles, including shamanic traditions, eastern philosophical or western scientific, is close to nothing we have come across before. A true master in the field.
10 minutes | Oct 27, 2018
Intro Episode - Eric and Val chat about why starting this podcast...
We just wanted to introduce the podcast and explain to our friends and listeners why we are starting this.
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