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Idanileko yi so nipa awon eko ti Islam gbe kale fun eniti o ba ngba aawe gege bii yiyara fun isinu ati lilora lati je saari, bakannaa ni oludanileko tun so oro nipa asiko ti aawe maa nbere ati asiko ti o maa npari, o si tun so nipa bi esin Islam se se aawe agbayipo ni eewo.
 
Uma mesa redonda divertida sobre séries! Ouça o podcast e conheça o nosso trabalho! Parceria entre o podcast do Seriáticos e o site Walking Dead Br! Enquanto estiver sendo exibida a série The Walking Dead, o Seriáticos tira umas férias e entra no ar o Walking Cast, com reviews semanais da série The Walking Dead. Quando a série der uma pausa, o Seriáticos volta falando sobre todas as suas séries favoritas.
 
1- Alaye lori Irun Ọdun mejeeji ati awọn ofin ti o rọ mọ aaye ikirun pẹlu awọn imura ti wọn fẹ ki a mu fun Irun ọdun. 3- Idanileko ni apa yi da lori awọn ẹwa khutuba Ojise Olohun- ike ati ola Olohun ki o maa ba a- ni ọjọ odun ati tita koko ọrọ lori wipe se o maa ngbe minbari lọ si aaye ikirun ni tabi wọn mọ pa si ibẹ.
 
In depth interviews with people who are living with purpose and having a positive impact in our world. We listen as host Steven Moe asks about their life journeys and what has shaped them into who they are today.
 
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Melanie has a focus on preserving indigenous knowledge and highlighting the importance of mātauranga Māori and using that understanding to meet environmental challenges we face today. Her expertise in biodiversity and driving environmental outcomes are underpinned by an indigenous worldview. In this very wide ranging conversation we discuss all of …
 
Matthias und Dima singen das Mantra Krishna Krishna Mahayogin in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Du findest diesen Kirtan im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft unter der Nr. 604. Weitere Erläuterungen zu diesem Kirtan sind online im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft Blog unter Krishna Krishna Mahayogin zu finden. Hier ist der Text zum Mitsingen: …
 
The truth about Hepatitis - what do you know? In this interview Hazel takes us on a journey to understand her life and experience as someone who has been impacted by Hepatitis C but has found the cure which literally saved her life. There is a lot of misinformation on this topic out there so I enjoyed hearing first hand from someone about this topi…
 
Dr Duncan Webb is the Labour MP for Christchurch Central and introduced a private Members' Bill which has been selected and is likely going to change Director Duties in a significant way. In this interview we spend a long time discussing the origins of the change, what it will mean, the process to have it passed and whether there could be changes b…
 
This is the audio version of an opinion piece I wrote for Stuff yesterday. It relates to proposed changes to the Companies Act regarding Director Duties. Could the changes be strengthened so NZ becomes a world leader? Please consider re-sharing this to spread the word about the changes proposed. This is a post that will bring up an image in social …
 
Matthew has been involved in a wide variety of tech start-ups and in this episode we start with learning about his early years and how those experiences influenced him. We also talk about the Edmund Hillary Fellowship as well as his new venture Alimentary and the work they are doing - it was pretty fun for the podcast to be the first time Matthew h…
 
Savva Kerdemelidis has seen a need and is trying to solve it, in this case it relates to his NZ charity Crowd Funded Cures, whose mission is to use pay for success contracts to make drug development more affordable by repurposing off-patent medicines. In this conversation we talk about this but also about his childhood, his Grandfather's experience…
 
I had a conversation with Tim Jones for his "Purpose Fuelled Performance" podcast recently and this is our wide ranging discussion on such a variety of topics I am calling it 'The Random Episode' - though the consistent theme is purpose. Tim was on episode 2 of Seeds so I really enjoyed jumping over onto his podcast and I have a feeling this could …
 
Eine Gitarrengruppe unter der Leitung von Wolfgang spielt und singt das Mantra Rama Bolo in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Du findest diesen Kirtan im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft unter der Nr. 201. Weitere Erläuterungen zu diesem Kirtan sind online im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft Blog unter Rama Bolo zu finden. Hier ist der Text zum …
 
Sophie-Claire has led a fascinating life and we hear about growing up in Mauritius, her thoughts on language and decolonisation, her work as a cultural anthropologist and cultural strategist. In this wide ranging interview we talked about a huge variety of topics - if you enjoy it then check out some of the hundreds of other interviews in the back …
 
In this interview with Jo we talk a lot about fundraising for purpose led organisations but we also learn about her life story and what led her to start Strategic Grants, the terminology we use in the "not for profit" space, positions of power between Charities and the Grant Makers, key tips for writing fundraising applications and more. If you enj…
 
Peter shares in this conversation about solar energy and we also learn about his life story. Solagri Energy is the business he co-founded and is a distributed energy business passionate about helping New Zealand agriculture transition to a green energy future. Thanks to Jacob Varghese for the suggestion of talking. If you enjoy this then check out …
 
This is the audio version of a Stuff opinion piece that I wrote this week called "The bottom line is not enough, companies should be required to have a purpose". Linked In post which has a lot of comments to check out...what do you think? Let me know there: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/steven-moe-0b3b008a_the-bottom-line-is-not-enough-companies-a…
 
This is a wide ranging interview with Sam Stubbs - the best type of interview! Before we talk about Simplicity we get into the background to Sam and his life and learn about his childhood, the impact of stuttering as a young boy, what it motivated him to do (speak in front of crowds), his work as as an investment banker, the role of the Christchurc…
 
Robett has fit in a lot into his life - from medal winning professional snowboarder to successful multi-exit media and tech entrepreneur, investor and global Kiwi we dive back into his past to learn what has influenced him and motivates him today to keep going. From an early Fiji childhood to being a teenager in Aranui and the challenge from a guid…
 
Garry Moore served three terms as Christchurch Mayor and in this episode we hear about his childhood then really have a very eclectic conversation - as expected! We jump all through his life to learn about what has shaped him, the influence of people who called him to be more than he was, the impact of generosity shown by others and his thoughts on…
 
Caroline shares some of her life with us on this podcast episode and we get to hear about what it is like to be an immigrant to a country like New Zealand. She reflects on the influence of her Grandfather who moved to Malaysia with nothing and how that has shaped her attitudes. We then get into her career, work as a lawyer, joining Fisher & Paykel …
 
Jay shares about finding identity in this interview - from meeting his birth Father age 42 we learn about his journey of discovering his whakapapa, his spiritual life and his relationship back with kaupapa Māori. What is nature and what is nurture? We really went all over with this interview and covered many unusual topics that you might not expect…
 
Ramani singt in einem Samstagabend Satsang den Krishna Kirtan Govinda Narayana und Bernado begleitet Ramani mit Trommeln. Krishna wird angerufen als Govinda Gopala, also als guter Hirte. Weitere Erläuterungen zu diesem Kirtan sind online im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft Blog unter Govinda Narayana Kirtan zu finden. Hier ist der vollständige Text zum Mitsin…
 
Toni has had a fascinating life living in multiple countries and experienced being a Kiwi overseas herself. Now leading Kea New Zealand she has taken that background and used it with the work they do connecting Kiwis who live overseas. But we start talking about her childhood growing up on a Deer Farm, early years working in Radio and a whole lot m…
 
Lausche dem Gesang und Harmoniumspiel von Ishwara wie er in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg das Mantra Tumi Bhaja Re Mana singt. Hier ist der Text zum Mitsingen: Tumi Bhaja Re Mana, Tumi Japa Re Mana Om Shri Ram Jaya Ram, Japa Re Mana Tumi Bhaja Re Mana – Oh Geist, lobsinge Rama, preise Rama, verbinde dich mit Rama, so beg…
 
This is a very short summary of a talk I heard recently at the Institute of Directors event at the start of May 2021. Colin Meyer from the UK shared about purpose and business and gave some practical ideas for how to define purpose and provided a framework for this. The book mentioned: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/prosperity-978019882400…
 
Yoseph is one of the co-founders of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship and was the first CEO as well. In this interview we talk about his childhood in Ethiopia, moving around Africa as a young person, studying in the United States and how he ended up in New Zealand. We also talk about the origins of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship and the programme which …
 
Jezza founded Makingtrax to make a difference and in this short excerpt we hear from him about some of his journey - if you don't go away feeling inspired by this then I will be very surprised! Check him out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makingtrax.co.nz/ Website: https://www.makingtrax.co.nz/ Email: Jezza Williams…
 
In this interview we hear from Adrian Palmer about his life and growing up, with his high school friends forming the band Supra which became ZED, what it was like to top charts and travel the World, returning to New Zealand and the origins of the Addington Coffee Coop. We also discuss Common Good Coffee which has been developed with Kind Cafe and C…
 
Chitra singt das Mantra Yamuna Tira Vihari, zu finden unter der Nummer 156 im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft, in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Yamuna Tira Vihari ist ein wunderbarer Kirtan, der Krishna und Rama verehrt. Dieser Kirtan hat einen etwas komplexeren Text. Er geht zu Herzen, drückt gleichzeitig eine große Sehnsucht na…
 
Chitra singt das Mantra Yamuna Tira Vihari, zu finden unter der Nummer 156 im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft, in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Yamuna Tira Vihari ist ein wunderbarer Kirtan, der Krishna und Rama verehrt. Dieser Kirtan hat einen etwas komplexeren Text. Er geht zu Herzen, drückt gleichzeitig eine große Sehnsucht na…
 
Some interviews go deeper than others and this is one of those - Elle Archer has had a very interesting life and she shares about her early years, being adopted, the role her parents played in her life, leaving school at age 14, lifelong learning and doing, making access to education accessible and te ao Māori. We also talk about Ako Ōtautahi Learn…
 
Rick has had a truly fascinating life, helping the Chatham Island Black Robins survive through 9 summers of work there, having a childhood lived in a variety of countries, working on creating a permaculture farm and co-founding Xtreme Zero Waste. We talk about all that and a lot more in this discussion - shout out to Craig Fisher for connecting us.…
 
Charlie has had a fascinating life as a fashion photographer, running a contemporary art gallery in New York and travelling the world - what she saw on those trips led to her setting up Hello Future to work with adolescent refugees. But we start the conversation learning about Charlie's early years in Taiwan and what it was like to be sent aged 11 …
 
Mark Longbottom has had a career working with for purpose organisations in the UK and New Zealand. In this interview we find out about his passion for England from a very young age, his life there working in the NFP sector and then the decision to move back to New Zealand. We also have a great discussion about starting a podcast as he set up his la…
 
Mark Bregman has had decades of experience as an innovator, worked in start-ups and venture capital investing and I interviewed him on Intellectual Capital. This was a live interview held as part of an Edmund Hillary Fellowship 'Huddle' event this week. Big thanks to those who put the event on from EHF and the Huddles crew. The real value in a busi…
 
Joe has just finished co-writing "Silver Linings" with David Downs about the impact of Covid on businesses and the pivots they went through as a result. In this interview we find out about that but also dive deep into his background and hear about his childhood in England, moving to New Zealand at a young age, the work he was involved in before co-…
 
This is a short excerpt of my conversation with Joe Davis who is a co-founder and the CEO of Nanogirl Labs. In it he talks about the impact of Covid on Nanogirl Labs as well as the book that has resulted called "Silver Linings". We also talk about what it is that we can learn from the experience and ask whether we go back to "normal" or we actually…
 
Paul has had an interesting life including a childhood in Ilam Homestead, made famous by the movie "Heavenly Creatures" and in this episode we talk about his background, his time overseas, business in the Himalayas and what he does today. I was curious to understand from him what it is that makes a good interview and how recruiting works as he is i…
 
Faumuina Felolini Maria Tafunai's life and journey has been fascinating - in this interview we find out about what it is like to grow up with two cultures, being born in New Zealand but with strong connections back to Samoa. In particular we focus in on Wayfinding - this originates from "a geneology of knowledge passed down through Pacific star nav…
 
A short excerpt of the interview with Faumuina Felolini Maria Tafunai where we talked about the ocean and long voyages and what she has learned from spending time learning from nature. About what she does: https://www.flyinggeesepro.nz/ YouTube video of her talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y58Xf474NaQ&feature=youtu.be Wayfinding article: https…
 
Jan has had an interesting life as a citizen of the world and a co-founder of CarbonClick. In this interview we learn about his childhood in Norway and travels since then and how he ended up - by a serendipitous encounter - living in New Zealand. We also talk about the work of CarbonClick as well as the Edmund Hillary Fellowship which Jan is part o…
 
Sacha McMeeking spoke at the 2020 Hillary Laureate Dinner to give the closing remarks. She somehow managed to weave together so many unique threads that touched on colonisation, climate change, Te Ao Māori and some real challenges about who we are taking along with us and will lead in the future. Sacha is Head of School of Aotahi: Māori and Indigen…
 
Levi shares some of his life journey so far as a young entrepreneur who has been involved in a few start-ups already and recently co-founded Partly. We talk about that venture which builds software solutions to solve difficult problems in the automotive parts industry. As well as rapid growth and what he's learned raising $1.7 million in funding we…
 
In this very short interview we chat with Stephen Penny who was on the show pre-Covid. He told his life story then and in this episode we catch up on the topic of looking after ourselves and our mental health - how can we do better at checking up on those around us? LinkedIn Post we discuss: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/honorisstephenpenny_suppor…
 
Höre einer Seminargruppe zu, wie sie den Kirtan Krishna Krishna Mahayogin in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg singen. Dieses Mantra ist ein Mantra des Vertrauens und des Mutes: Krishna wird angerufen, um einem alle Bhayas, alle Ängste zu nehmen. Krishna ist Govinda, der gute Hirte, der einem Paramananda, große Freude bringt…
 
I interview a lot of people but seldom get the mic turned the other way round, so this wide ranging chat with Ian Harvey from Collective Intelligence for his podcast "Stuff that Matters Now" was a lot of fun. Harv was a guest on Seeds in 2019 and came to a session I did on how to create a podcast - so he has the same gear as me! It was fun to appea…
 
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