In this episode we speak to Tom Littlewood from Dan’s Legacy, discussing mental health in youth at risk.
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Kobi Yamada is the author of the kids’/humans’ book “What Do You Do With an Idea?” He has LOTS of ideas and takes action on them, as is evidenced by the string of awards he and his publishing and gift company, Compendium, have received. Outside of business he is a busy philanthropist and has fun with his family. They live in Seattle, Washington.
Join Lucca and Rebecca as they explore Kobi’s influences and inspirations, past and present!
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Kaare Long has served Vancouver’s arts community and entrepreneurial sector since 2003, where she specializes in Public Relations, launching creative, innovative and ‘out of the box’ online campaigns, and building engaged and effective social media communities for small businesses.
Kaare’s driving force is her strong sense of community support for each and every project she undertakes. By connecting and networking people, Kaare, CEO at aCue Creative Consulting, and the team, strive for the highest level of collective teamwork within the Vancouver community.
Lucca and Rebecca explore what it is about Kaare’s past and experiences that brings her to say HI! to strangers!
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Project Positive Change is a global community of change-makers, each with their own genuine desire to create positive change and make the world a better place.
Leigh and her community are committed to making each person’s change mission a little bit easier by providing them with access to a unique online portal packed with: shared resources for marketing and cross-promotion; a curated curriculum and; a global community of change-makers seeking connection. Collaboration is the key word!
Lucca and Rebecca talk to Leigh about what it is about her that got her here and her dreams that are coming for fruition.
Philip Be’er is an educator and writer based in B.C. Canada who is known for his development of Behavioural Loop (B-Loop) Theory. He has been on a lifelong quest to understand the roots of family (and societal) dysfunction and to identify the most effective way to enable widespread healing. We speak with Philip about his background in engineering, his life in Israel, his journey, and how it has all combined to place him where he is today, facilitating healing and growth for many. Keep an eye out for his book, The Game Changer!
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Cara Roth is a “soul-full” nutritionist, pastry chef and cell biology geek who is known for her ability to inspire, her sense of humour, her knowledge of nutrition, and her ability to “Make Healthy Easy,” quick, and delicious! We talk about the power of intention and love over the food we create, how the ability to eat like our parents and grandparents has long vanished – and what we can choose now.
I want to go grow a tomato plant in my yard and speak words of love to it every day – then EAT IT and watch the magic enter my body! This is what talking with Cara has inspired me to do!
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James Taylor is (Ojibwe) Ojibway First Nations, originally from Curve Lake First Nations, and calls Victoria home. He works with School District 63 as a First Nation education assistant and First Nation resource. A traditional Ojibway knowledge and drum keeper, story teller and medicine person, James is passionate about bringing awareness to the problem of domestic violence. He is about to embark on a second walk across Canada to Ottawa to spark movement on this topic.
James is the gentle storm that brings in much-needed change. His heart is strong and pure and he lays his life out for his people – which is all of us. His call is irresistable.
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His Go Fund Me account to support the walk – happening now!
Katrina is a whirlwind of activity, a regular presence and leader on the production scene here in Vancouver and in the area of holistic health. A force to be reckoned with, Katrina is on a mission to turn this world around through one deliberate action at a time.
Katrina’s boldness and belief in her ability to effect change are completely inspiring. Katrina for Prime Minister!
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