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jumbleThink tells the stories of dreamers, makers, innovators, and influencers who are impacting culture and changing the world around them. We interview leading actors, entrepreneurs, authors, athletes, and taught leaders to hear their stories of chasing big dreams. Along the way, we share tips on how you can turn your own dreams into reality too. Our host, Michael Woodward, has worked with hundreds of businesses to help them refine their ideas and create their big dream.
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Often our lives lead to places we never imagine. It could be an unexpected opportunity, a class that we took that sparks a new interest, an accident that leads to a different path, or a million other little things that open a new door. Ben Milliken has had that kind of unexpected journey that has led to success in acting. Ben Milliken was raised on the northern beaches outside Sydney Australia. Ben had planned a career as a boxer and was an amateur boxer for 10 years. After studying the world of TV and Film at On Camera Studio, he stepped into the world of acting. In 2008 Ben starred in the independent feature film, Newcastle which debuted at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival. He then moved to Los Angeles to continue his pursuit of acting and began landing roles in multiple films and television projects including Blue Crush 2. More recently Ben stared in Amazon’s hit show ‘Bosch.’ He also was in ‘Mighty Oak’ playing the character ‘Darby.’ LinksBen's Instagram: Oak: https://mightyoakthemovie.comToday's episode is sponsored by Flocksy. Flocksy is your source for graphic design, web development, and video editing all in a monthly subscription. Visit to get 10% off your first month.
Often we live life hiding from the dreams and ideas we have. Most of the time it's because we don't really know who we are. Our identity can often be masked by insecurities and failures. In today's episode, Josh Cary shares how he went from hiding to an entrepreneur helping others find their true self. When we answer the question of identity we can find true confidence and a place of belonging. By finding your true voice you can step into the fullness of how you can impact the world.LinksJosh's Website: https://podmax.coJosh Cary spent 40 years in hiding! That’s right. He was hiding every aspect of himself and showing up with a ‘mask’ on in all areas of life trying to gain the approval of everyone else.At 19, he changed his name and entered into, what would become, a 15-year career as a professional actor and filmmaker. The applause and external accolades didn’t completely heal his feelings of anxiety and insecurities and he found himself more isolated than ever.Today, Josh is the co-founder of PodMAX (an On Air Brands company), a podcast production and media company that provides training and events catered to entrepreneurs who have a meaningful message to share.Josh is also an accomplished podcast host of two shows with over 200 combined episodes.
Somewhere along the way, we lost our sense of story. We traded it in for better models, systems, and data. But the world is longing for story again. People are looking for the stories that pass on gathered wisdom, reveal our identity, convey responsibility, instill values, and uncover the truth.Robert Fergusson has a passion for story. It's the method in which he communicates messages which help to bring clarity and impact into the lives of those he teaches. In his new book 'Are You Getting This', Robert shares 20 techniques to help you rediscover the power of story in your own life. He teaches how you can begin to incorporate the craft of storytelling back into your own life.In today's conversation, we discuss the importance of story in our culture today and how the rediscovery of the art of story is something that is needed more than ever. It helps us to explore and share ideas that matter and ultimately helps us to spark changes in our thoughts and actions. Join us as we ask the question 'What story are you telling yourself?'LinksBook: Are You Getting This - Robert FergussonRobert Fergusson has been part of the teaching team at Hillsong Church for the last 30 years. He is English by birth, Australian by choice, and European by taste. He has seven growing grandchildren, three married children, and one patient wife. He is a biologist by training but dislikes the color green. He is a teacher by calling but hates marking. He loves traveling, reading, photography, and coffee. For over 40 years, he has taught people how to live in order to please God. He and his wife currently live in the parrot-filled suburbs of Sydney.
Finding your purpose can seem like an impossible task. Yet there is this internally calling that each of us feels in which we believe were we created for something. But how do we go from 'a feeling' to a roadmap to step into our full purpose? In today's show, Mark Delaney shares how we no longer need to wonder if we will stumble into our purpose. Instead, we can clearly know it and have a path forward. This purpose leads us to find impact in our lives and in the lives of those around us. It takes vulnerability, being confident in ourselves, overcoming the false answer of pride, knowing what to trust, and ultimately the willingness to step out of our comfort zone and into the unknown. It's time to live a life that matters.Mark and his wife Adena are on a mission. Their belief is that "We all have a great purpose. We can know it clearly and be set free to pursue it boldly!" They created a program called The Purpose Mastermind. This is a 4-week program that enables people to clarify their major life purpose and be set free from any mindsets that hold them back from boldly pursuing it. In the last couple of years, they have become empty-nesters and they are committed to spending the rest of their lives empowering others to live a life of purpose. LinksMark Delaney's Website: https://markdelaney.meToday's episode is sponsored by Flocksy. Flocksy is your source for graphic design, web development, and video editing all in a monthly subscription. Visit to get 10% off your first month.
Design is much more than how something looks or functions. It's the process of bringing the analytical and creative together to innovate and create. Robert Niemiec and Twisthink are helping some of the leading brands to find a new approach to their process by incorporating a 'human-centered' sense of design. Their approach brings together design, technology, and strategy to help design a better future not only for the brand but also for the people it serves. 'Innovation is not an event, it's a process. It's a process that needs to be woven culturally into every organization.' - Bob NiemiecRobert Niemiec is Managing Partner at Twisthink, a digital innovation partner working to help companies bring their new products or services to life. Through hands-on partnerships fueled by strategic insight, human-centered design, and advanced technology, Twisthink empowers each of their clients to imagine, develop, and launch exciting new user experiences that “their” customers will love!For nearly 2 decades the Twisthink team has consistently unlocked game-changing opportunities for clients in a broad range of markets including residential, industrial, healthcare, automotive, manufacturing, and many things in between. Because at Twisthink, they’re not tethered to industry paradigms or mired by the day-to-day constraints of those industries. They flow between industries and can spot consumer, design, and technology trends that affect them all. They’re entirely devoted to creating the ideal user experience, which allows their customers to become leaders in their industries and accelerate growth.LinksTwisthink:
In the last several generations there have been shows that have defined and informed the culture around us. One of those shows was 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.' In today's conversation, Daphne Maxwell Reid joins us to share what it was like to be 'Aunt Viv' on the show. We chat about the upcoming 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: 30 Years Later' reunion coming to HBO Max on Thanksgiving weekend. We also talk about her career as an actor working on shows including Hill Street Blues, The Love Boat, and The A-Team.Later in the conversation, we dive deep into Race, Religion, photography, finding joy in life, using your giftings, fashion, and more.LinksDaphne's Website: https://www.daphnemaxwellreid.comToday's show was sponsored by Flocksy. Flocksy provides unlimited projects by a vetted creative team for a flat monthly rate. Video editing, graphic design, writing, web design, and more. Visit to get 10% off your first month with a 14-day money-back guarantee.About Daphne Maxwell ReidPeople know her as "Aunt Vivian" from "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air". But she is also a photographic artist, author, and designer. In sharing her photographic art she hopes to inspire a childhood sense of wonder and curiosity with her four published books of doors from around the world. She has also published a mini-memoir in the form of a cookbook, entitled Grace, Soul & Motherwit.
Investing in real estate can be overwhelming and feel like it's unattainable. But what if there was a way that you could find an 'Infinite Bank' to help you reach your dreams? In today's episode, Christopher Larsen shares his story of how he found financial independence through education and investment. It's time to make money 'work for you' instead of you working for your money. In his book 'Next-Level Income: How to make, keep, and grow your money using the 'Holy Grail of Real Estate' to achieve financial independence' we learn how we can all take control of our lives, our money, and our dreams simply by learning about opportunities that we never knew existed. Chris shares his very personal story of how loss propelled him to a better way of living and gave him a reason to live an intentional life. It's time to stop waiting for one day. It's time to start investing in the life you want to build.Christopher Larsen is the founder and Managing Partner of Next-Level Income, through which he helps investors become financially independent through education and investment opportunities. Chris has been investing in and managing real estate for over 20 years. While completing his degree in Biomechanical Engineering and M.B.A. in Finance at Virginia Tech, he bought his first single-family rental at age 21. During his subsequent career in the medical device industry, Chris expanded into development, private-lending, buying distressed debt as well as commercial office, and ultimately syndicating multifamily properties. He began syndicating deals in 2016 and has been actively involved in over $150M of real estate acquisitions. In addition to real estate, Chris has invested in equities, oil & gas, and small business lending, as well as being active in Venture South, one of the nation’s Top 10 Angel Investing groups. Chris lives with his wife and two boys in Asheville, NC where he loves spending time with them in the outdoors and enjoying the food and culture that the region has to offer.Link:
When founders typically start a business they feel like they have to do everything in the business themselves. Sometimes it's control and other times it's all about the budget. Nate Hirsch faced the same challenges when he built Free Up. But instead of doing it all on his own or hiring really expensive employees, he built his own way using virtual teams to help build his business. He quickly grew Free Up to a multimillion-dollar business and now he has done what many dream of doing by selling the business that continues to grow and do well today.In a Covid world, most businesses are now having to rethink how they approach staffing and staying safe. Nate shares some powerful tips on how you can build your business all while doing it remotely. He also shares some tips on how you can approach staffing in unique ways.Later in the episode, he shares what he is doing today as he builds Outsource School.LinksOutsource School: https://www.outsourceschool.comFree Up:
What is it like to be a Broadway star at a young age? What is it like to be featured in a major movie as a kid? We sat down with Tommy Ragen and Gianna Harris to learn how they got into acting and music at such a young age. They share stories from their time working on the National Broadway Tour of 'The School of Rock' along with what it's really like working on a major Broadway production. They also give us a glimpse behind the scenes of their new movie 'Mighty Oak.' About Tommy RagenTommy Ragen makes his film debut as Oak Scoggins. This musical prodigy lights up the screen with his innocence and honesty. At 9 years old Ragen was in the Broadway first national tour for School of Rock. Now, at just 11 years old, Tommy has released three studio albums and the soundtrack features many of Ragen's original songs.About Gianna HarrisGianna "GiGi" Harris is a singer, stage and screen actress born and raised in NJ. Gigi is most notably known for her work in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Broadway and Touring Production's "School of Rock the Musical." She neared 800 performances prior to her "graduation" from Horace Green. Other works include; "Working in Theater", "I Have A Voice", Sesame Street, "The O Clocks",Good Morning America and the 70th Annual Tony Awards.Gigi is very passionate about mental health awareness.LinksMighty Oak the Movie: https://mightyoakthemovie.comTommy on Instagram: on Instagram:
Do we return to the status quo for education after the Covid-19 Pandemic or do we revision a new future of what education can look like for the future? Many around the country feel like our system is outdated and doesn't set up students for a modern future. In today's episode, we sit down with Nadav Zeimer to learn how as a Principal at a Harlem High School he has helped rethink how we teach our children. But he isn't done yet. He is looking at new ways to bridge the gap between the world of education and industry in all fields. Known as 'Principal Z; he works at the intersection of technology and education. His book 'Education in the Digital Age' is a guide for the future of education. Nadav excelled as a software engineer in Silicon Valley prior to becoming an award-winning physics/robotics teacher, turnaround principal, and public speaker. The transition from software to education started when Zeimer founded a nonprofit focused on hyper-local radio production. As a teacher, Mr. Z integrated podcasting into his curriculum and was selected to lead a school design team. Seven consecutive years of breakthrough student outcomes followed, along with widespread recognition for his digital media-centered approach to school reform. Zeimer promises to end standardized testing in NYC high schools by 2040. Based on nearly two decades of experience, he has launched an open-source, blockchain ledger of "gold standard" high school credits. The Zeimer Family adopted their eldest child from Japan and currently serve as foster parents to a medically fragile child in Harlem.It's time to democratize and decentralized education, bring back freethinking, and foster a new future of innovation and ideas.Linkshttps://www.principalz.orghttps://nadavzeimer.org
In today's episode, our host Michael Woodward answers 8 questions from listeners and Quora. 1) Why are physical reminders (statues, monuments, buildings, ect.) important for understanding history?2) What early-stage business decisions are the most vital for an entrepreneur to build a strong business?3) Why do we need web designers/developers when we have website building tools like Squarespace, WordPress, Wixx, OpenCart, Shopify, and the likes?4) Are you actually planning a tech startup? If so, how are you dealing with the frustration and the feeling that you are spinning your wheels?5) How do I start a podcast for free?6) How do you prepare for an appearance on a podcast?7) What are your 3-5 podcasts for 2020?8) What are some of the best ways to think up ideas for a startup?Later in the episode, Michael gives you an update on jumbleThink, answers so questions listeners ask about him, and a challenge to help you chase your own ideas.
Alex Pappas is one of Hillsong’s worship leaders and songwriters based in Sydney. He has co-written songs such as ‘Alive’, ‘Wake’ and ‘End Of Days’ and considers himself blessed to be a part of the Young & Free team and to travel the globe leading worship on their tours.Young & Free have a brand new album 'All Of My Best Friends' out today! “ALL OF MY BEST FRIENDS” features 13 live performance tracks and seven studio recordings, including previously released 2020 singles “Uncomplicated,” “As I Am,” “World Outside Your Window,” “Lord Send Revival,” “Best Friends,” and current radio track “Never Have I Ever.” In the episode today, I sit down with Alex Pappas to learn more about the new album, talk about creating worship for a new generation of youth, finding and following God's leading in your life, Hillsong Church, and the journey of chasing your dreams.LinksHillsong Young & Free:
Eric and Eliza Roberts are Hollywood Royalty. Eric has over 500 credits to his career spanning from his start in 'King of the Gypsies' and 'The Pope of Greenwich Village' to being the Master on Doctor Who and Sal Maroni on The Dark Knight. Eliza is a well-respected casting director and has been a successful actress in Doctor Who, National Lampoon's Animal House, and beyond. Eric and Eliza both grew up around the world of acting and turned that experience into their own careers.In today's conversation, we take a journey through topics ranging from addiction to politics and beliefs, marriage in Hollywood, building the legacy you want, dealing with critics, finding the director's vision, what it means to be a 'working actor', and the change in how movies and TV shows are made over the last 40 years. As we wind through various topics you will get behind the scene look at the reality of what it's like to be an actor and a family in modern Hollywood.LinksWebsite:
Fear is the secret enemy that many of us face. It's often an unspoken and shame-filled journey. Nik Wallenda has risen to fame for his daredevil life. He's walked the highwire over Times Square, Niagra Falls, The Grand Canyon, and even an active volcano. He's carried the legacy of seven generations of pushing the boundaries of what is possible. So what happens when the unexpected happens and it cracks the door to fear? That's the journey Nik has been on for the last several years after an accident shook his foundation of safety on the high wire. In today's conversation, we discuss Nik's career, his journey to step back out in faith, walking towards healing, and taking fresh steps of faith to resurrect your dreams.“Facing Fear: Step out in faith and rise above what’s holding you back” will release on September 15, 2020. PREORDER available now at https://nikwallenda.comToday's episode is sponsored by SendInBlue. Sendinblue is an all-in-one marketing solution that lets you create beautiful email campaigns. They are offering one month free on their premium plan to the first 100 jumbleThink Listeners who sign up. Sign Up today at
Sometimes the best ideas don't come from what you know, but what you don't know. Creating a safe place to innovate and cultivate ideas is critical to the process of creating. In today's episode, Chris Vance shares the story of Playground Sessions. Prior to starting Playground Sessions, Chris didn't know how to play the piano. Instead, he used himself as a test case to see if the platform could effectively be used to learn the art of music. Then he pitched music great Quincy Jones to come and partner with them. Knowing all the answers isn't always the solution but many times it is what holds us back from starting or moving forward.In the conversation today Chris shares about his career ranging from being Brand Manager for Proctor & Gamble to working in finance for Goldman Sachs and Arthur Andersen and then becoming the Managing Director for ZAG, a brand invention company as well as being a Brand Inventor for Qui Tequila. It was at Zag that Playground Sessions was born. Throughout the conversation we chat about brand management and building, finding and building opportunities, picking good ideas, the world of startups, and creating a workplace for innovation.LinksPlayground Sessions: https://www.playgroundsessions.comYou Raise Me Up Video:'s episode is sponsored by SendInBlue. Sendinblue is an all-in-one marketing solution that lets you create beautiful email campaigns. They are offering one month free on their premium plan to the first 100 jumbleThink Listeners who sign up. Sign Up today at
We all think about the financial health of our lives but many small businesses aren't sure how to build a business that has healthy finances. As our guest, Rocky Lalvani says 'You can't grow your way to profit.' But how do you build a truly healthy business? Rocky recommends trying the profit-first approach. But that doesn't mean it's all about money. True health also looks much deeper than today. It encompasses the lifestyle of the business owner. In this episode, Rocky shares how small business owners can rebuild a healthier and sustainable business and life. It's time to stop responding to the crisis of today and start building a strategy for the future.Growing up as the child of immigrant parents, Rocky saw his Dad build his fortune from a paltry $25 in his pocket using the basic principles of saving, investing, and spending smartly. His mom passed away when he was barely 7 years old and that instilled in him a fierce independence and sense of self-reliance. Over the years, he has built a multimillion-dollar fortune and not from coaching people but from applying the exact advice that he shares on the Richer Soul podcast. Rocky is also an Enrolled Agent and serves as a Virtual CFO for multiple small businesses.LinksProfit Comes First: Soul: http://richersoul.comLinkedIn:'s episode is sponsored by SendInBlue. Sendinblue is an all-in-one marketing solution that lets you create beautiful email campaigns. They are offering one month free on their premium plan to the first 100 jumbleThink Listeners who sign up. Sign Up today at
Born in Russia Eugenia Kuzmina didn't expect to become a model, actress, or comedian. Her dream was to become an astronaut. But none of these things seem possible or even expected. Early creative ideas caught her scientist's parents and her early teachers by surprise like the time she made bikinis out of soviet uniforms or snuck into a screening of “Terminator 2“ at five. And then came modeling. It’s not something you can pursue, just the look you have and the Russian designer Slava Zaitzev thought she had a look for his brand and a few others, like M&Ms, RC Cola, and magazines like Vogue and Elle. Then, at 15, came contracts for Dior, L’Oreal, Hermes to travel to France, Tokyo, London, New York. She would wake up in the Amazon Jungle to Shanghai, to the Sahara to New York. Then at 23, she gave it all up to have a baby with a man she fell in love with. It was a big leap of faith. Everyone around her was telling her that her career would be over and that she was making a mistake. But she believed life has its magical ways and things would work out.Not long after Rodrigo Prieto was looking for a model character in a short film, he wanted to direct with Elle Fanning. He was looking for someone who could portray decadence, vanity, and extreme neurosis. Who knew you can share all the dark sides of being human on camera! From then on life has been a rollercoaster of discoveries and stories, like playing a girl of the oldest profession with John Turturro and Woody Allen on the streets on NY, making Zoe Deschanel act even more awkward on “New Girl”, playing an FBI agent with Stana Katic on Castle, being a mean night club host with Danny McBride, Scott Caan and Bill Murray and improvising with Lisa Kudrow on The Comeback, cold killing the main character on ” The Spy City ” with Dominic Cooper and so on.Currently, Eugenia is doing stand up shows at The Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, Flappers in LA, and on tour with a group ” The Nobodies ” @nobodiesfunnytour across the US and later the world. LinksWebsite: http://www.eugenia-kuzmina.comInstagram:'s episode is sponsored by SendInBlue. Sendinblue is an all-in-one marketing solution that lets you create beautiful email campaigns. They are offering one month free on their premium plan to the first 100 jumbleThink Listeners who sign up. Sign Up today at
The world is filled with 'how to' lists on leadership. We often jump into the nuts and bolts of leadership without dealing with the most important aspect of leadership, yourself. As a pastor, Chad Veach has been leading people through the twists and turns of life. The more he discovered about leadership the more he realized that many haven't invested in themselves. How can you lead others if you can't lead yourself? We wear the mask of leadership without the authenticity that attracts those who are following you. Now he wants to help others understand how they can become better leaders through his new book 'Help! I work with people: Getting good at Influence, leadership, and People Skills' and his Podcast 'Leadership Lean In.' In today's episode, we dive deep into the world of leadership. “Help! I Work with People: Getting Good at Influence, Leadership, and People Skills” will release on August 18. PREORDER available now at's Website: https://www.chadveach.orgZoe Church: https://zoechurch.orgToday's episode is sponsored by SendInBlue. Sendinblue is an all-in-one marketing solution that lets you create beautiful email campaigns. They are offering one month free on their premium plan to the first 100 jumbleThink Listeners who sign up. Sign Up today at Chad VeachChad Veach is the founder and lead pastor of ZOE Church (pronounced zo-AY) in Los Angeles, California, a dynamic Christian church with multiple locations throughout the city. In addition to leading ZOE, he is an international speaker, the author of two bestselling books, “Faith Forward Future” and “Unreasonable Hope,” and the host of Leadership Lean In— a discussion-based podcast specializing in organizational health, creativity, and leadership development. Chad and his wife, Julia, reside in Los Angeles with their four children, Georgia, Winston, Maverick, and Clive.
How do you go from a barista to the CEO of one of the fastest-growing coffee franchises in the country? Mike McFall is the Co-CEO of Biggby Coffee but his career in coffee was unexpected but the foundation of Love is something he learned growing up. When you bring together Coffee and Love you build a culture and community that defines their business. In today's episode, we also talk about the world of startups, creating culture in the workplace, and much more.Links:Biggby Coffee: https://www.biggby.comGrind (the book): https://grindthebook.comMike on LinkedIn:'s episode is sponsored by SendInBlue. Sendinblue is an all-in-one marketing solution that lets you create beautiful email campaigns. They are offering one month free on their premium plan to the first 100 jumbleThink Listeners who sign up. Sign Up today at about Mike McFallMichael McFall, co-CEO of BIGGBY COFFEE, the U.S. third-largest coffee franchise, and author of the Inc. Original book, Grind. Mike is available to discuss his business philosophy and creating a ‘culture of love in the workplace.’Having originally started with BIGGBY in 1996 as a minimum wage barista, Mike has since held every subsequent position within the company, including his current title as co-CEO (May 2016). Mike believes his time in each of his previous roles has allowed him to form a bond with his employees based on understanding, credibility, and respect. Two decades later, Mike shares his personal experiences having led Biggby through survival mode, stability, and aggressive growth.
Rethinking ethics in business is more than a set of rules or a list of 'how to.' It's a philosophy that refocuses the value you place in stakeholders instead of just the shareholders. In 1984, Dr. Edward Freeman originally detailed the Stakeholder Theory of organizational management and business ethics that addresses morals and values in managing an organization. Stakeholder Theory is a view of capitalism that stresses the interconnected relationships between a business and its customers, suppliers, employees, investors, communities and others who have a stake in the organization. The theory argues that a firm should create value for all stakeholders, not just shareholders.In today's episode, we sit down with Dr. Freeman to dive deep into this philosophy of business, talk about his new book 'The Power of And' and the new documentary 'Fishing with Dynamite.' Ed Freeman's Website: https://redwardfreeman.comFishing with Dynamite Documentary:'s episode is sponsored by SendInBlue. Sendinblue is an all-in-one marketing solution that lets you create beautiful email campaigns. They are offering one month free on their premium plan to the first 100 jumbleThink Listeners who sign up. Sign Up today at R. Edward Freeman is University Professor and Olsson Professor of Business Administration, and an academic director of the Institute for Business in Society at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. He is also adjunct professor of stakeholder management at the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, visiting professor at Nyenrode Business School (Netherlands), adjunct professor of management at Monash University (Melbourne). He has held honorary appointments as the Welling Professor at George Washington University and the Gourlay Professorship at the University of Melbourne. Prior to coming to the Darden School, Freeman taught at the University of Minnesota and the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.Freeman is the co-author of Bridging the Values Gap (Berrett-Koehler, 2015) Stakeholder Theory: The State of the Art (Cambridge, 2010) and Managing for Stakeholders (Yale, 2007). He is the author or editor of over 30 volumes and 150 articles in the areas of stakeholder management, business strategy, and business ethics.Freeman is perhaps best known for his award-winning book: Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach (Cambridge, 2010), originally published in 1984, in which he traced the origins of the stakeholder idea to a number of others and suggested that businesses build their strategy around their relationships with key stakeholders.Freeman has a Ph.D. in philosophy from Washington University and a B.A. in mathematics and philosophy from Duke University. He was recently awarded honorary doctorates (DHC) in economics from Comillas University in Madrid, the Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki, and an honorary doctorate in management from Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands and Sherbrooke University in Canada for his work on stakeholder theory and business ethics. Throughout his career, he has received a number of teaching awards from the Wharton School, the Carlson School, the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, the State of Virginia, and the Academy of Management. He has received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the World Resources Institute and Aspen Institute, the Humboldt University Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, the Academy of Management and the Society for Business Ethics. He has worked with many executives and companies around the world, and his writing on stakeholder theory has been translated into many languages.
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