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The weekly podcast tells the stories of curious-minded, purposeful people, creating positive change for social good. Our guests include creative problem-solvers, storytellers, activists and artists, social impact entrepreneurs, and philanthropists from across the arts, business, science, and technology, working to solve some of our more pressing problems. Each week, host Mark Fallows explores who his guests are as humans, who or what made them, what they are working to achieve or impact in t ...
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The God Girl Life

Susan McPherson

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Conversations with Christian women who have a passion for living a life dedicated to answering God's call. Join Susan as she talks with ministry leaders, authors, musicians, Bible teachers and other faithful women whose stories will inspire you to step into a life of purpose and meaning shining the light of Jesus with your gifts.
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Fuel your emotional fitness, improve your well-being, and embrace your Awesome Human with Nataly Kogan -- best-selling author, international keynote speaker, and founder of Happier Inc. Listeners call this their best-self podcast!
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Magical Moments with Jill Lindsey is a podcast showcasing inspiring people and the moments in their life that have created a sparkling moment in time! Our guests are from fashion, art, music, food and business. This show is recorded at the Newsstand Studio at Rockefeller Center and releases the second and fourth Monday of every month. The Magical Moments Podcast is here to share with you that magic does exist and the stories that celebrate it!
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If you want to know what’s happening in social value and understand what good looks like, Then this podcast is for you. It can be hard to keep up to date with the amount of information; it is also time-consuming to read more and more content. Join Sarah Stone, Founder and Director of Samtaler, a social value agency based in the UK. Sarah is a renowned social value expert and works with complex organisations to deliver social value training and consultancy support. Each month we will bring yo ...
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Campus ReBoot

McPherson College Podrangle

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The Spectator and The Podrangle are partnering with other colleges and universities around the USA, Australia, and China in chronicling the 2020-2021 school year! Campus ReBoot is an interactive documentary spearheaded by Susan Cardillo at the University of Hartford. Students will be responding to prompts with written work, videos, audio, and photography. To check out the project, see this website: https://susancardillo.wixsite.com/campusreboot Responses will also be added to our websites us ...
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Mental Health Association Oklahoma created The Mental Health Download podcast to share stories each week about mental illness, homelessness, incarceration and suicide, and how each can impact our lives in a profound way. Mental health affects everyone, yet the social stigma attached to mental health issues keeps so many of our family members, friends, colleagues and neighbors silent. Why are we so afraid to talk about these issues? Each week, our host Adi McCasland invites guests to share ho ...
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In this episode, Sarah interviews Rachel Stancliffe, CEO of the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare. Listen in as we dive into sustainable healthcare with Rachel Stancliffe, CEO of the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare. With a significant portion of healthcare’s carbon footprint stemming from within the procurement chain, Rachel guides us through the…
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Today I am joined by Gavin Fernie-Jones - a remarkable individual whose life story is a testament to embracing change, resilience, and the power of community. Discovering his love of the outdoors in Peak District in the UK, he moved to the French Alps to manage chalets, before his entrepreneurial spirit led him to open a ski boot fitting business, …
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How do you face a terminal diagnosis with humor and grace? - Nataly's guest, Brooke Eby, has found a way and she shares her humor, deep wisdom and inspiring perspective in this episode. - Brooke was diagnosed with ALS at 33. It's a terminal disease that doesn't have a cure and the average life expectancy is 2-5 years after diagnosis. - But she has …
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In this interview, ChatGPT (referred to as 'Carla') discusses its core objectives, its influences, its limitations, and its future implications. Topics discussed include AI’s impact on society, children’s education, policy recommendations for education reform, the impact of AI on the creative industry, and strategies to tackle social isolation. The…
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This is the most amazing episode to kick off LOVE WEEK! I am so excited to share all the love about Mick & Carolyn Batyske!!! Mick and Carolyn are a couple living in Brooklyn. Their love and what they do are so inspiring and here is all the magic you need to know about them!! Mick is a music connoisseur, DJ, and angel investor. He is one of the mos…
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We spoke with Carolyn Burns, an instructor and field faculty liaison for the School of Social Work at the University of Oklahoma Online Campus. Carolyn is licensed clinical social worker who has practiced therapy for more than eighteen years. Additionally, with more than twenty-three years of social work experience, her career has spanned from publ…
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To coincide with National Apprenticeship Week, Sarah talks to Sadie Besley, Randstad’s Divisional Managing Director for Professional Talent Solutions about flexi apprenticeships. A relatively new offering, we find out how they differ from traditional apprenticeships and what makes them work in certain industries. Allowing learners to take on short …
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Until the age of 38 Edward Molkenboer impacted people's lives through the ads he created. Having launched his ad agency at the age of 18, and after 20 years of success Edward was hit by an existential realization that set him on a new path of impact; social not commercial. In this episode Edward recounts that awakening moment and discusses the work…
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In this episode, Sarah interviews Peter Coy, Social Value Implementation Lead at the Ministry of Defence. Tune in to learn about the Ministry of Defence's (MoD) commitment to social value through its dedicated Social Value Centre of Expertise. Uncover the broader scope of social value, spanning areas like social mobility, veteran support, and envir…
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Season 4 is SHINING SO BRIGHT!!! Our first guest is Susan McPherson! Susan is a serial connector, seasoned communicator, an author and a founder. She is the CEO of McPherson Strategies, a communications agency focused on the intersection of brands and social impact. She is the author of The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather, Ask, Do - Method for B…
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Caroline Arditti is a community builder and 'sunshine maker', shares her experience of initiating 'Sunshine Hour', a Zoom-based platform to connect and uplift a diverse range of people in light of quarantine worldwide. Beginning early during quarantine with a handful of participants from her personal network, 'Sunshine Hour' rapidly expanded to mor…
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This is a very special edition episode with Nataly’s daughter and BFF, Mia! - When you fuel yourself and honor your being, you have so much more love, capacity, and compassion to give to others. - This is the powerful and inspiring lesson Nataly and Mia share in their honest, vulnerable, and often funny conversation during this episode. - Mia (19) …
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In today's episode, we speak with Caroline Arditti, a Paris-born creative force whose mission is to make the world more human and help people feel more alive. Caroline shared her journey from working in corporate communications and PR to founding Sunshine Makers, an experiential agency that's creating positive momentum through community-building in…
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Today, I am talking with Julie Leiber and Emily McPherson, Mental Health Policy Fellows at Healthy Minds Policy Initiative. Emily is researching methamphetamine overdose and harm reduction, and Julie has been focusing on programs of assertive community treatment. Together, they were also Zarrow Mental Health Symposium presenters at last year’s even…
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If you need hope and inspiration in your day, this episode will deliver 10x! - Nataly talks with Alysia Reiner, actor (you probably know her from Orange Is the New Black), creator, filmmaker, activist for women, volunteer firefighter, and hope dealer! - They talk about: How to be a hope dealer amidst all the darkness and challenges in the world The…
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What an exciting episode this is!!! We have Ingrid Nilsen & Erica Anderson sharing all of their magical moments with us! They have a very inspirational company called The New Savant, which is a scent experience candle collection. They founded THE NEW SAVANT in December 2020. After spending the better part of their careers making things for the Inte…
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In this episode, Sarah meets with Rebecca Phillips, from the Careers and Enterprise Company, which is the national body for careers education in England. We’ll be finding out why employers need to develop early years careers education programmes and engage with schools, to help combat sector-wide skills shortages and secure a talent pipeline that t…
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Desirée Pais is the founder of Benshen - a community that is a culmination of teachings, practices, meditations and retreats with the belief that navigating our modern world and creating a life filled with purpose and meaning could be made more seamless by making diverse spiritual practices and integrative well-being inviting, accessible and practi…
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My goodness... am I excited to tell you about Aimee Meredith Cox! She is PURE MAGIC! Aimee is an American cultural anthropologist, writer, and movement artist. She is currently an associate professor of Anthropologie at NYU. Aimee is the author of the book Shapeshifters: Black Girls and the Choreography of Citizenship. Shapeshifters earned the 2016…
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Join Nataly for a conversation with one of the most original thinkers and scientists of our time, Ellen Longer, Ph.D., as they talk about groundbreaking concepts around health, mindfulness, and the ability of our thoughts to dramatically change our health and the quality of our lives. - Ellen shares many of her groundbreaking studies on stress, exe…
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If your inner critic gets loud or if you’re holding back at work or in your craft because you don’t think you can do something perfectly, this episode is a must-listen! - Nataly shares the challenge she faced hand-writing and illustrating her new Awesome Human Journal and the powerful lessons it taught her about embracing and loving imperfection — …
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This week, in light of the recent and extreme escalation in violence in Israel and Gaza, and the resultant rage and outrage that’s consuming our news and social feeds I’m publishing this episode with some trepidation but in the hope that it will instill some sense of belief that peace is possible. I am republishing an interview with Stephen Hecht, …
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We are super excited to bring our friends from the brand Good Spirits Beverages on Magical Moments! There are five owners of the company and John Lerner and Kirby Carlberg are in the studio with us! Good Spirits is a non-alcoholic, mood-enhancing cocktail crafted with your best self in mind, using natural ingredients, adaptogens, and hemp for an el…
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TLDR If you're short on time here are seven minutes of soundbites from difference maker Kristina Skierka - theSan Francisco based founder and CEO of Power For All, a global campaign to provide universal energy access by 2025 to the 85% of the 1.1 billion people residing in rural areas who lack reliable energy. She's a beacon of inspiration, galvani…
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Are you searching for more meaning in your life? Want to feel more purposeful and energized about your work? Then this episode is for you! - Nataly and Olivia take you on an inspiring and activating journey of uncovering your unique gifts and identifying more ways you can share them with others. It’s a workshop wrapped in a podcast episode and ther…
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This week's guest is Kristina Skierka, a genuine difference maker and true catalyst for change in the global energy sector. As the CEO and founder of the Power for All campaign Kristina has been instrumental in shaping a movement with a truly audacious vision and goal of: powering the 85% of the 1.1 billion people residing in rural areas who lack r…
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Today, I am talking with Cheryl Step, founder and owner of Creating Resilience: a training and consulting company. Cheryl has extensive knowledge on the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences, known as ACEs, as well as experience training and coaching about the impact of trauma. She speaks expertly on the framework of strategies that build a found…
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This week’s episode is sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma, who invests in and partners with nonprofit organizations that offer sustainable, measurable programs that strive to elevate the health and well-being of all Oklahomans. Today, I am talking with Carly Dunn, a 4th year PhD student in the Human Development and Family Science Depar…
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We are BEYOND EXCITED to welcome Jen Tullock to Episode 6 of Magical Moments! Jen is an actor and writer originally from Kentucky who is gracing the screens across the globe! Jen is a true creative wrote, directed, produced and acted in Disengaged, a film about the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage. You have starred in Curb Your Enthusiasm, Bles…
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Today, I am speaking with Susan Magsamen, founder and executive director of the International Arts & Mind Lab, Center for Applied Neuroaesthetics - a pioneering initiative from the Pedersen Brain Science Institute at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is also an assistant professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins and serves as the co-di…
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How can you find joy when life is challenging? Can joy and sadness sit side by side? - In this inspiring conversation, Nataly talks with Cyndie Spiegel, author of Microjoys: Finding Hope (Especially) When Life Is Not Okay, about the choice we all can make at any moment: to access joy, even when life is difficult. - What you’ll learn: The concept of…
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How do we encourage more people to accept help when it’s offered, and ask for help when it's needed? That is the big question this week’s guest difference maker Ashley Usiskin is focused on answering. With a successful career that spanned branding, marketing and start-ups across 4 countries, in early 2022 Ashley was diagnosed with lymphoma and a ra…
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This week’s episode is sponsored by The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation, a philanthropic entity dedicated to lifting Tulsans out of poverty by supporting housing and shelter resources, social services and basic human needs, accessible healthcare, and programs that empower and inspire community members to improve their lives. Today, we have Mental …
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In this episode, Sarah interviews Susan McPherson, the author of "The Lost Art of Connecting.” Susan McPherson is the founder and CEO of a US-based, B-Corp certified boutique communications consultancy, McPherson Strategies, specialising in impact communications for corporations, foundations, NGOs, and social enterprises. The interview covers vario…
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In today's bonus drop from food futurologist Dr. Morgaine Gaye, Morgaine discusses the question of why the fat-free fad of the 1980s made us fatter. How does that work? Today's Question Why The Fat-Free Fad Of The 80's Made Us Fat? Social Links Instagram Facebook Linkedin Email Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Today's Question Do We Really Eat Insects? As a break from the norm, this week I’m dropping a series of daily short bonus interviews with previous guest Dr. Morgaine Gaye the food futurologist. Each day Morgaine will answer a question related to food and food trends. Morgaine is a fount of food-related knowledge. I hope you enjoy it. Social Links I…
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As a break from the norm, this week I’m dropping a series of daily short bonus interviews with previous guest Dr. Morgaine Gaye the food futurologist. Each day Morgaine will answer a question related to food and food trends. Morgaine is a fount of food-related knowledge. I hope you enjoy it. Today's Question What are the innovations in food waste? …
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As a break from the norm, this week I’m dropping a series of daily short bonus interviews with previous guest Dr. Morgaine Gaye the food futurologist. Each day Morgaine will answer a question related to food and food trends. Morgaine is a fount of food-related knowledge. I hope you enjoy it. Today's Question Why Smell Makes Us Buy What We Don't Wan…
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TLDR If you just want the top AI tips and techniques from Prompt Engineering Expert Dave Birss then here are 7 minutes of soundbites to spark some inspiration. If you have time then do check out the whole episode as Dave has a wealth of knowledge that may well challenge how you currently view AI innovations. Now my ask of you, If you're enjoying th…
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My guest this week is Dave Birss, With over 30 years of experience in creativity, technology, and innovation Dave has become a highly respected and sought-after public speaker and trainer of creative minds. Dave has taken everything he has learned over the past three decades to become a polymath who shares insights into the worlds of creativity, in…
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In this episode, we speak to Lucy Mann, the Senior Business Sales Manager at Unseen, as she sheds light on the critical work carried out by the modern slavery charity. Unseen is dedicated to supporting and empowering survivors of modern slavery, and working with individuals, communities, businesses, NGOs and government to stamp out slavery for good…
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If you’re short in time but interested in the climate and sustainability challenges we face then here are seven minutes of sound bites from Jeremy Tamanini, founder of Dual Citizen and creator of the Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI) If you do have the time, you’re on a run cycle or a drive, then do check out the full episode Jeremy’s doing vital …
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We’ve never had more ways to stay connected thanks to all of our technology, yet so many people are feeling isolated and lonely. - In today’s inspiring conversation, Nataly speaks with Susan McPherson, the author of The Lost Art of Connecting, about how we can find meaningful ways to connect with each other (even amidst the busy of our lives). - Wh…
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Jeremy Tamanini is founder of Dual Citizen and creator of the Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI). For the past decade, Jeremy has collaborated on projects with governments, businesses, and international organizations at the intersection of data and sustainability. He has worked in over 30 markets, ranging from the government of Denmark to an NGO in…
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My guest this week is Jon Alexander, the author of "CITIZENS: Why the Key to Fixing Everything is All of Us," and the co-founder of the New Citizenship Project; a strategy and innovation consultancy with a mission to catalyze a shift to a more participatory, citizen-led society and driven by a belief that, given the right opportunity, people can an…
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In this episode, we speak with Heledd Kendrick, the founder of Recruit for Spouses, a B-Corp accredited social enterprise which works to remove barriers for military spouses, and help them into employment. Join us as we delve into the challenges faced by military spouses in their pursuit of meaningful employment, and discover how Recruit for Spouse…
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My guest this week is Jon Alexander, the author of "CITIZENS: Why the Key to Fixing Everything is All of Us," and the co-founder of the New Citizenship Project; a strategy and innovation consultancy with a mission to catalyze a shift to a more participatory, citizen-led society and driven by a belief that, given the right opportunity, people can an…
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What an amazing episode this is!!! Stacy London is our Magical Guest! Stacy is one of America’s foremost style experts. She is best known as the co-host of TLC’s iconic show, “What Not to Wear.” that aired for 11 amazing seasons! Following that success, she hosted and executive produced 3 seasons of “Love Lust or Run.” Stacy has written two books, …
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If you’re looking for a new direction, a change, or are recovering from a loss and seeking ways to move forward, this episode will fuel and inspire you. - Nataly speaks with Richard Banfield, experienced product designer, advisor and artist, about his path of starting over after a devastating loss of his wife to cancer. Nataly and Richard both shar…
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