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Listener Favorites: Maria Brito | How to Use Creativity to Futureproof Your Career

Maria Brito used creativity to transition from being an unhappy corporate lawyer to becoming an innovator and successful entrepreneur in the art world. Discover why creativity is your most valuable, inexhaustible resource to building a thriving career, regardless of who you are or what you do.

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    Anne Jacoby has over 15 years of experience in cultivating creativity in the workplace. Anne joins us for this episode to talk about how she's managed to design thriving creative cultures at work so that you can use the insight for yourself and think more creatively.
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    Join us as sociologist Jessica Calarco explores the myths surrounding meritocracy in today's society. In this enlightening episode, Jessica discusses how entrenched societal myths influence our understanding of success and the systemic structures that shape our lives. She delves into the impact of these myths on education, social safety nets, and gender roles, offering insights into how we might reimagine these structures for a more equitable future. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in understanding the deeper forces at play in our quest for equity and justice.
  • Jeremy Toeman | The Power of Actionable Ideas

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    Join Jeremy Toeman as he delves into the crucial elements of successful entrepreneurship, from the power of taking immediate action to the challenges of emotional resilience. Discover Jeremy's journey of creating impactful businesses, the strategic use of AI in enhancing business operations, and his innovative approaches to startup culture and team dynamics. This episode offers invaluable lessons on adapting quickly, the importance of co-founders, and how AI is reshaping business tools and education.
  • Listener Favorites: Dr. Melanie Salmon | Why Forgiveness is the Key to All Change

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  • Scott Harrison | The Power of Clean Water: How One Organization is Making a Global Impact

    58:40
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  • AJ Jacobs | One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Constitution's Original Meaning

    01:01:29
    In this intriguing episode, AJ Jacobs dives into the heart of American democracy through his latest experiment: living an entire year guided strictly by the original words of the U.S. Constitution. From donning tricorn hats to examining the modern implications of ancient rights, AJ's journey offers listeners a unique perspective on the enduring impact of America's foundational document. Tune in as we explore how historical practices can inform our current political landscape and personal lives, making this more than just a lesson in history, but a call to actively engage in democracy.
  • Listener Favorites: Heather Smith | Preserving the Stories of Humanity for Future Generations

    52:11
    Heather Smith is working to preserve the stories of humanity for generations to come. Imagine being able to ask your great-great grandmother about her childhood, or your children being able to interact with your grandparents long after they are gone. This is what Heather has built and it will change the history of humanity forever.
  • Jordi Forniés | From PhD to Philanthropy: How a Spanish Artist Built a School in India

    50:08
    Join us in this inspiring episode as Spanish artist Jordi Forniés shares his transformative journey from a passion-driven artist to an educational philanthropist in rural India. Discover how Jordi's background in art and science propelled him to undertake the monumental task of building a school, impacting the lives of hundreds of children. Learn about the challenges of navigating foreign bureaucracy, fundraising, and the local cultural dynamics that shaped this project. This episode is a testament to the power of determination and the impact of cross-cultural contributions to global education.
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