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Episode 38: Andréa Ranae on Activism and Leadership

Andréa Ranae is deeply committed to doing her part to cultivate a world that works for everyone. Her work sits at the intersections of personal growth, social justice and conscious business. She has a unique lens on leadership by fusing coaching, activism and awareness, and is the creator of Coaching as Activism. She supports people …

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Episode 37: Loretta Breuning on How to Reprogram Your Brain

Loretta Graziano Breuning, PhD. She is Founder of the Inner Mammal Institute and author of Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain your brain to boost your serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin and endorphin levels. She’s Professor Emerita of Management at California State University, East Bay. Her work has been featured on Forbes, NPR, Fox, the Wall Street …

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Episode 36: Michelle Mazur on the Three Word Rebellion

Michelle Mazur, Ph.D. delivers audacious breakthroughs for business owners & speakers who want to stand out, be the best-in-class in their field, and position themselves in a category of one. She is the CEO of Communication Rebel and the author of Speak Up for Your Business and Speak for Impact. The speakers and business owners …

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Episode 34: Byron Reese on the future of humanity

Season 4 focuses on empowering the next paradigm of creativity. In episode 34, I talk with Byron Reese about technology and the future of humanity. We discuss: Why most people in Silicon Valley think they’re machines – and why this is a good thing The meaning of Artificial Intelligence The difference between narrow AI (spot spam in …

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Episode 32: Bob Lefsetz

Bob Lefsetz is the writer of the independently produced Lefsetz Letter, which according to the LATimes is read by just about everyone who’s anyone in the music industry. In this episode, we talk about why he started writing, advice he has for aspiring writers and musicians, the future of writing, and why it’s important to be a hermit on purpose. We also cover what journalism means today and how women can make it in the music industry. 

Episode 1: Jeff Pulver on being vulnerable and open

I’m so, so so beyond excited to launch my very first episode of The Art of Humanity, a weekly 30-minute podcast that explores creativity and consciousness with artists, leaders, authors, and entrepreneurs. Note: If you enjoy this episode, please take 2 minutes to leave a review on the Apple store. It’ll mean so much to …

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