On this episode of Kindling Podcast, I chat with Jamee Herbert and Audra Jung about their startup Bridgecare Finance which aims to affordable childcare through responsible loans. How do we balance taking care of children while advancing our careers?
Kindling Radio is a podcast for our next systems. It features conversations from change agents and thought leaders on our next systems, led by co-hosts Peter Schulte of Kindling and Lisa Pellegrino of PestoGrino.
What new story can we live by that better ensures fulfilling lives and health for all? Where is humanity headed?
On episode #15 of Kindling Podcast, Zac Swartout shares with us his take on the “growth mindset,” our false believe in the average, and learning to look beyond ourselves.
What has your life’s work been preparing you for? What is your right livelihood?
This week, Peter Schulte and new co-host Lisa Pellegrino chat with Lioux van Bones – Chief Dream Officer at Meraki Farmacy. We talk about how her new business is trying to change the way we think about our food, plants, how we do business, and how we heal.
How can ayahuasca be a force for healing, not only for individuals, but for humanity as a whole? How can it foster connection and community?
On this episode of Kindling Radio, I chat with Danny Lampton – my good friend and founder and owner of The Light and the Weight. Danny is a musician, author, and responsible entrepreneur.
We talked about the ancient practice of Ayurveda and how it can be applied today – to both individuals and businesses. What does it mean for a business to have an essence? How can you find that essence? What is spirituality and why does it matter?
How do individuals – and humanity in general – evolve and grow over time? How do we learn to cope with and understand greater complexity? Are we still evolving? How might liberals and progressives deepen their moral intuitions and sphere of concern?
How can systems thinking help us better understand an increasingly complex and ambiguous world? How can we anticipate unintended consequences? How can we develop more strategic and effective solutions to our “wicked problems”?