Close up of green motherboard and circuits from computer.
11/07/2018
I grew up in the eighties. My folks moved from NY to Los Angeles and settled into the comfort of a big house, two-car garage, and three kids. We were never in want for money. My dad made millions as... read more
Many scattered stickers say I VOTED
11/02/2018
When circumstances, ruled by forces beyond the will of one individual, overshadow our personal experience of life, unconscious resentment and fear run deep. The coercive fuel of capitalism has... read more
Golden dusk photo of fisherman on river tossing out nets
10/30/2018
Having traveled throughout Latin America, people everywhere seem to embody a warm tenderness and kind spirit that many times is rare to experience in other major cities of the west. From Mexico to... read more
Sea turtle floating and looking directly at camera.
10/04/2018
I run a social enterprise that helps people travel and volunteer with animals. It’s wonderful. New and experienced travelers come to me to help find the perfect animal volunteer experience and I... read more
Wall of childrens' art with characters from Finding Nemo
09/28/2018
For over two decades Pixar has delivered the most epic animation films of all time. And I saw all 20 recently! They infuse the minds and hearts of audiences worldwide with fast moving and attention-... read more
Ballot box in front of American flag.
09/25/2018
You want to take part in the voting process. It is a right AND a responsibility. Estimates are that about 58% of Americans eligible to vote did so in the 2016 national elections. The insidious... read more
Coffee house workers and customers
09/12/2018
Anonymous (not verified)
In recent years, the big catchphrase in travel has been about being “local”. In most cases this has meant getting outside the cities, invading smaller villages in the countryside, and asking local... read more
Two men in India do outdoor demonstration of sword skills.
09/06/2018
Our time on Earth is limited. It slips away, what a shame! There is so much to celebrate. Wish it didn't have to end this way! But with enough alignment and centering in our personal... read more
Colorful wheel chart showing advertising influences
08/30/2018
Calling someone manipulative is a criticism of that person’s character. Saying that you have been manipulated is a complaint about having been treated badly. Manipulation is dodgy at best, and... read more

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Many scattered stickers say I VOTED
11/02/2018
When circumstances, ruled by forces beyond the will of one individual, overshadow our personal experience of life, unconscious resentment and fear run deep. The coercive fuel of capitalism has... read more
Golden dusk photo of fisherman on river tossing out nets
10/30/2018
Having traveled throughout Latin America, people everywhere seem to embody a warm tenderness and kind spirit that many times is rare to experience in other major cities of the west. From Mexico to... read more
Sea turtle floating and looking directly at camera.
10/04/2018
I run a social enterprise that helps people travel and volunteer with animals. It’s wonderful. New and experienced travelers come to me to help find the perfect animal volunteer experience and I... read more
Wall of childrens' art with characters from Finding Nemo
09/28/2018
For over two decades Pixar has delivered the most epic animation films of all time. And I saw all 20 recently! They infuse the minds and hearts of audiences worldwide with fast moving and attention-... read more
Ballot box in front of American flag.
09/25/2018
You want to take part in the voting process. It is a right AND a responsibility. Estimates are that about 58% of Americans eligible to vote did so in the 2016 national elections. The insidious... read more
Coffee house workers and customers
09/12/2018
Anonymous (not verified)
In recent years, the big catchphrase in travel has been about being “local”. In most cases this has meant getting outside the cities, invading smaller villages in the countryside, and asking local... read more
Two men in India do outdoor demonstration of sword skills.
09/06/2018
Our time on Earth is limited. It slips away, what a shame! There is so much to celebrate. Wish it didn't have to end this way! But with enough alignment and centering in our personal... read more
Colorful wheel chart showing advertising influences
08/30/2018
Calling someone manipulative is a criticism of that person’s character. Saying that you have been manipulated is a complaint about having been treated badly. Manipulation is dodgy at best, and... read more
Boss sits at desk while secretary squishes down on low chair
08/24/2018
I recognize that I was born into privilege. Being male, white and American comes with a set of assumptions and implicit biases that are deeply ingrained in me and the mores of our fathers. As a... read more

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02/13/2015
The Story of Cosmetics examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo. The film reveals the implications for consumer... read more
02/13/2015
We have to remain hydrated, but how we do it truly matters. The Story of Bottled Water, released on March 22, 2010 (World Water Day), employs the Story of Stuff style to tell the story of... read more
01/12/2015
Amy Clark and Fernande Raine from Asoka explain how their global organization of over 3,000 social entrepreneurs and innovators around the world work together to find solutions to today's... read more
01/12/2015
Alexandra Fuller and her group from Level Ground Mixed Martial Arts talk about how they form relationships with Boston inner city kids through martial arts, connect them with mentors,... read more
01/12/2015
Cristina Ruiz and Melissa Ganley from One Brick Boston explain how they've made an impact on the Boston community by managing volunteers for dozens of non-profits. 
01/12/2015
Sasha Chanoff, Co-Founder of RefugePoint, talks to us about how his organization assists refugees in the most desperate, dangerous situations and helps them rebuild their lives.
01/12/2015
The team of Teen Empowerment talked to us about their impact throughout the Boston area by creating relationships between youth, police, and community.
01/12/2015
Jeremy Jedd Hammel of Volta Visual, Filmshift Film Festival and City Awake volunteer, talks to us about his involvement with social entrepreneurs in the Boston and Los Angeles areas.
01/12/2015
New York has finance. San Francisco has startups. Los Angeles has Hollywood. Boston is social impact.  Boston is home to the world’s leading foundations, nonprofits, and social enterprises... read more

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