Jamaica Stevens, author of ReInhabiting The Village, discusses strategies to connect with your community and help make it thrive. Wellness Practitioner, Dr Oscar Serrallach, explains why community involvement is good for your health. And from the local village to the global one, we speak with Mats Andersson from Sweden’s Global Challenges Foundation, which is offering a $5 million dollar reward for solutions to global conflict.
There’s a huge difference between good stress and bad stress. Dr Mithu Storoni explains how to tell the two apart, and how bad stress impacts our bodies, minds and personalities. Wellness Practitioner Dr Oscar Serrallach shares his top five hacks for reducing stress and Michael Platow encourages us all to take part in the Global Prejudice Census.
Dominique Falla says everyone is inherently creative, it’s just that some of us have let our ‘creative muscle’ get a bit flabby. She explains what creativity can do for our health and brain. There’s no flabby creative muscles on Dr Tanja Beer, she’s an ecoscenographer who makes sustainable performance spaces that audiences can eat. And climate activist and hip-hop artist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez shares his insights on creative activism and some new music as well.
If ninety-five percent of our subconscious is programmed before the age of seven, how can we change negative behavior and fulfill our true potential? Dr Bruce Lipton explains how we can use epigenetics to help fulfill our dreams and passions. Wellness practitioner Dr Oscar Serrallach explains why purpose is important for your health. And Cathy Burke, Global Vice President of The Hunger Project shares her insights into unlikely leadership.
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