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BN 18: Society is Optimized to Fail, So Now What? With Philosopher, Forrest Landry

BN 17: Causing Collaboration at Scale with Suzanne Frindt

Burning Desire. Big Ideas. Bold Action Suzanna Frindt is no stranger to these concepts. Through her work as the former CEO of the Hunger Project and as a global leader in developing leadership with an expertise in community led development, she has been on the leading edge of cultivating a sense of self-resilience and dignity […]

BN 13: Bold Solutions for a Net Positive Humanity with Tom Chi

Tom Chi has dedicated his life’s work to making humanity net positive…this is no small undertaking. His approach is calm, grounded and factual. He’s an engineer, a developer and an inventor who is the chair of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, managing partner at At One Ventures and was one of the founding members of the […]

BN 10: Rewriting the Narratives of Our Time with Samantha Sweetwater

“What’s an unmet niche in my neighbourhood? Or what’s an unmet niche in my country that’s actually about a movement that isn’t here or that needs my voice?” On this week’s episode of the Boldly Now Show we speak with Soulucent coach, ceremonial guide, author and founder of Dancing Freedom and Peacebody Japan, Amanda Sweetwater […]

BN 9: How to Claim Self Sovereignty Post-Covid with Charles Eisenstein

On this week’s episode of Bold.ly Now, we speak to author and philosopher Charles Eisenstein whose essay, “The Coronation”, has become a viral piece of literary magic during covid. He discusses deprogramming the conditioned understanding of ‘normal’ in our current world, the notable totalitarian control being exercised globally and the opportunities being presented. From making […]