By David Wolf / July 21, 2010

Enlightened Living with Dr. Brenda Shoshanna

Dr. Brenda Shoshanna is a psychologist in practice for over 25 years, relationship expert, award winning author and speaker. She has offered over 500 talks and workshops on all aspects of personal and spiritual development, building uplifting relationships and ways of developing authentic peace of mind.

By David Wolf / July 4, 2010

Conquer the Chaos with Clate Mask

Over the past few years our guest on this segment has been at the helm of a pioneering approach to revolutionizing the way small business conducts the lead generation and sales process. Clate Mask is the CEO and co-founder of Infusionsoft and the co-author of a new book entitled, Conquer the Chaos: How to Grow a Successful Small Business Without Going Crazy.

By David Wolf / June 3, 2010

Green America with Alisa Gravitz

Our guest on this segment is a nationally recognized leader in the social investment industry and a leading expert on how families and businesses can “go green,” saving money and resources. Alisa Gravitz is the President of Green America—-. She authored Green America’s acclaimed Guide to Social Investing, with over a million copies in print and the popular Guide to Community Investing.

By David Wolf / May 4, 2010

Make Money and Save the World with Gary Hirshberg

Gary Hirshberg is the Chairman, President, and CE-Yo of Stonyfield Farm, the world’s leading organic yogurt producer and the author of Stirring It Up: How to Make Money and Save the World (Hyperion Books, 2008). Gary is a frequent speaker on topics including sustainability, climate change, the profitability of green and socially responsible business, organic agriculture, and sustainable economic development. He’s won numerous awards for corporate and environmental leadership…

By David Wolf / April 19, 2010

Localizing Communities with Michael Shuman

Michael Shuman is Director of Research and Public Policy for the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies. (BALLE) has more than 70 member communities in North America. Another 50 or so communities are affiliated with the American Independent Business Alliance. Internationally, more than a thousand communities are beginning to undertake similar work through organizations like Transition Towns and Post-Carbon Futures.

By David Wolf / April 7, 2010

Slow Money with Woody Tasch

In this edition I’m joined by Woody Tasch—a remarkable man who is framing (and fueling) a whole new way of thinking about the relationship of money, economies and capital to the earth.

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