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Orly Wahba, is what I would call a kindness rockstar. She is the founder/CEO of Life Vest Inside, Director/Author of the viral video, Kindness Boomerang, and she is CEO of Kindness USA. Orly has worked with teens around the world to provide a helping hand for those who need it most. Learn more about Orly… Read More
Michael J. Chase, author of “Am I Being Kind,” says one simple question can change your life … and your world. We talk about how living from the heart plays an important part in healing our lives and our planet. Learn more about Michael by visiting www.michaeljchase.com!
Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson are all about the Kind Campaign, a multi-platform movement that has transformed hundreds of thousands of lives, friendships, classrooms and communities around the world. They decided to create change by giving girls an opportunity to speak out about the universal experience of bullying. Learn more about the Kind Campaign on… Read More
Laurie Gerber is on a mission to make the world a better place by teaching others to tell the truth and follow their dreams. She created Handel Group Life Coaching as a way to help people thrive across the board of life, including health, love, career, money, and family. Learn more about Laurie on https://www.handelgroup.com/laurie-gerber/.
Today I’m talking to Nick Haines and Runa Magnusdottir, co-authors of the book The Story of Boxes. They are working hard to change mentalities and offering ways to meet the UN’s sustainable development goals. For Nick and Runa, it starts with kindness, and getting out of “boxes” in which we trap ourselves and others, which… Read More
It’s okay to be flawed. In fact, it’s our flaws that make us amazing! That’s the message of Dr. Barbara Lowe, a psychologist, life coach, and somatic experiencing practitioner. Her work inspires hope and teaches women how to fulfill their dreams. Learn more about her message at https://drbarbaralowe.com/.
There is an advantage we can give our kids. Dr. Dale Atkins and Amanda Salzhauer, MSW, say living a compassionate life where kindness is highly valued is the key to our children’s current and future wellbeing. Their new book, The Kindness Advantage: Cultivating Compassionate and Connected Children provides tools for parents to teach their kids… Read More
The practice of martial arts may involve self-defense, but Stan Haehl, Head Instructor at Athens Ki-Aikido says it goes much deeper than that. He says Ki-Aikido can really be seen as a kindness practice! Learn more at http://athens-ki-aikido.net/.
The PEAR Team, home of “Pass the Pear,” wants to create a setting where people can feel comfortable expressing themselves, and make being vulnerable less intimidating. Matthew Roberts, one of the founding members, explains that PEAR stands for Positive Engagement and Response. His team is dedicated to providing positive connections and open communication. Find out… Read More
More than 10 million youth are engaged in a program called Kids for Peace. Jill McManigal is the Co-Founder & Executive Director of Kids for Peace– which is home to The Great Kindness Challenge. The kids involved have accomplished more than 500 million acts of kindness, helped build two schools & peace centers in Kenya… Read More