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Welcome to The Impactors Podcast!

This podcast is all about impact. Each episode taps into the minds of some of the most impactful people around the world to find out how they have built a life of creating impact. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
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"Our purpose is not something that you can ignore. The ideas that you have are not coincidences." Episode #39 of Season 2 of The Social Impactors Podcast features #SocialImpactor Naomi Haile, Co-Founder of Find Your Tribe, and Podcast Host of the Power of WHY Podcast. Naomi and I talk about the importance of honing in and embracing your gifts, why you can't ignore your purpose in life, and how she uses her skills in building community to foster movements like Find Your Tribe. Join the Social Impactors Community: 1. Leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://apple.co/2WI5Ckn 2. Check out my website and share it! There's even a #merch store to become a real life #socialimpactor! Link: http://bit.ly/thesocialimpactorswebsite #SocialImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #97 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Valerie Patrick, President and Founder at Fulcrum Connection. Fulcrum's products and services are based on social science advances that can magnify the effectiveness of technical professionals, and works exclusively with technical business professionals as a subject-matter expert to bridge the gap between social and technical sciences. Simply put, Fulcrum makes science engaging. Dr. Valerie Patrick is a facilitator, leadership trainer, and professional speaker. Dr. Patrick is a Ph.D. chemical engineer with 25 years of corporate experience leading technical and strategic initiatives to identify and deliver new sources of organizational value at Bayer and Monsanto. If you enjoyed the episode leave a review: http://bit.ly/TheImpactorsPodcast Email me if you have a special guest you want featured: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #96 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Bryan Clayton, CEO and Co-Founder of Greenpal, an online marketplace connecting homeowners with lawn mowing professionals that want their business. Get 5 bids in minutes, pick the pro you want, and schedule and pay all online or with the mobile app. GreenPal has been called the “Uber for lawn care” by Entrepreneur magazine and has over 100,000 active users completing thousands of transactions per day. Before starting GreenPal Bryan Clayton founded Peachtree Inc. one of the largest landscaping companies in the state of Tennessee growing it to over $10 million a year in annual revenue before it was acquired by Lusa holdings in 2013. Bryan‘s interest and expertise are related to entrepreneurialism, small business growth, marketing, and bootstrapping businesses from zero revenue to profitability and exit. If you enjoyed the episode leave a review: http://bit.ly/TheImpactorsPodcast Email me if you have a special guest you want featured: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #95 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Lopa van der Mersch, Founder and CEO of Rasa, a life-changing coffee alternative that leads to less stress, better sleep, and balanced energy, as the adaptogenic coffee alternative revolutionizing people’s relationship to their energy. Lopa van der Mersch is many things: Ayurvedic practitioner. Mother of two. Sustainability advocate. TEDx speaker. Recovering cult member. Her adventures have taken her around the world in search of health, spiritual fulfillment, and deep energy. 2 Years ago, she added a new chapter to her life story: Founder and CEO of Rasa, the adaptogenic coffee alternatives revolutionizing people’s relationship to their energy.  In 2015, Lopa endured the most stressful year of her life — she left a destructive cult, underwent surgery while pregnant, lost a beloved family member, and had an emergency cesarean birth. Beaten down and exhausted, she needed a sustainable source of energy that could naturally elevate her mood without burnout, crashes, or jitters - and that wouldn’t be as harsh on her already taxed nervous system as coffee.  The problem? What she needed didn’t seem to exist — yet. So, inspired by her newborn child and the wisdom of Ayurveda, she partnered with an herbalist and got to work. After countless failures and “almost-but-not-quite” creations, Rasa was born: adaptogen-rich blends that nourish and revitalize the body while providing enough rich, roasty flavor to convert even the most devoted coffee fanatic. Two years later, what started with a mom elbow-deep in herbs in her kitchen has grown into a full-blown energy movement — exploding with tripledigit yearly growth and garnering a following of tens of thousands around the world. If you enjoyed the episode leave a review: http://bit.ly/TheImpactorsPodcast Email me if you have a special guest you want featured: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #94 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Brendan Erne, Director of Portfolio Management at Personal Capital, a forward-thinking digital wealth management service. Brendan is contributing to a revolution in sustainable, socially conscious investing. His goal? To ensure everyday investors have access to the transformational impact of an investment portfolio aligned with their values. Building Pressure for Positive Change - Investors put a record $51 billion into sustainable investments in 2020, and 77% of institutional investors say they plan to stop buying non-ESG products altogether by 2022. That means companies will either have to clean up their act or miss out on billions in investments. Brendan explores the global implications of punishing polluters where it hurts the most — their balance sheets. If you are looking for free tools to help you in your investing journey, check out Personal Capitals tools and resources here: https://www.personalcapital.com/sign-up/podcast If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere Personal Capital SRI portfolios are powered by Sustainalytics. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/personal-capital-forward-thinking-digital-wealth-brendan/id1405642226?i=1000523955148 Advisory services are offered for a fee by Personal Capital Advisors Corporation (“PCAC”), a registered investment adviser with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Registration does not imply a certain level of skill or training. Investing involves risk. Past performance is not indicative of future returns. You may lose money. PCAC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Personal Capital Corporation (“PCC”), an Empower company. PCC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Empower Holdings, LLC. © 2021 Personal Capital Corporation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #93 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Dane Jensen, CEO of Third Factor, an interdisciplinary leadership development firm that helps people become better coaches, more resilient performers, and more collaborative teammates. Dane Jensen is an expert on strategy, leadership, and resilience under pressure. Dane oversees Third Factor’s delivery of leadership development programs to leading firms across North America including SAP, RBC, Uber, Twitter, the USGA, and others. He teaches at Queen’s Smith School of Business in Canada and is Affiliate Faculty with UNC Executive Development at the Kenan-Flagler Business School in Chapel Hill. In addition to his corporate work, Dane works extensively with athletes, coaches, leaders and Boards across Canada’s Olympic and Paralympic sport system to enhance National competitiveness. He has worked as an advisor to Senior Executives in 23 countries on 5 continents, he is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review, and the author of The Power of Pressure (HarperCollins). If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #92 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Derrick Kinney, CEO of the Good Money Framework and Host of the Good Money Podcast.  Derrick Kinney is changing the conversation about money. On his podcast, Good Money, Derrick interviews the world’s top business professionals, influencers, authors, and leaders to inspire listeners to build their net worth for good. Sharing insights from conversations with prominent figures like Matthew McConaughey and Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph, Derrick leads with the approach that money is not bad, and good people should have more money to facilitate more good in the world. His mission is to teach others how negative beliefs about money are holding them back, and how to change their money mindset for the better.  In 2020, after 25 years of leadership within his successful private wealth firm, Derrick sold his business to go all-in on his new mission. He created Good Money Framework, aimed at impacting people who want a deeper relationship with the money in their lives. His seven-part Good Money Framework highlights the importance of backing your money with meaning. It’s where financial leadership meets philanthropy. Featured by media outlets like Yahoo, PBS, and CNBC - and ranked by Forbes as a Best-In-State Wealth Advisor in 2020, Derrick now advocates for the positive aspects of money, like the power of generosity. He illustrates the potential for the meaning behind the endeavor of money management. Within the Good Money Framework community, Derrick’s work includes guiding members through complex money challenges, from resolving money resentment to raising kids with good money mentalities.  If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #91 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Soo Bong Peer, Strategy Consultant, Executive Coach & Author of The Essential Diversity Mindset. Peer was raised in a South Korean military, political, and diplomatic family. She grew up in South Korea, Mexico, the UK, Japan and the U.S. With more than 30 years of experience in strategic marketing, global branding, business development, international joint ventures, and leadership development, Peer’s hands-on career combined with personal background brings a unique perspective to today’s struggles. In our divided climate with heightened concerns and emotions over inclusion, racism, and activism, The Essential Diversity Mindset offers a transformative approach to diversity―as a mindset, not as a formula. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #90 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Eli Harris, President & Co-Founder of R-Zero. Eli Harris may be young, but don’t underestimate him. Driven by an unwavering work ethic and desire to change the world for the better, he’s worked for leading hi-tech companies around the world and launched two successful startups — all before his 30th birthday. Now as president and co-founder of R- Zero, he’s taking on his most ambitious challenge yet: tackling the transmission of pathogens in the COVID-19 era and beyond.  A Santa Barbara native, Eli moved to Beijing on a Fulbright Scholarship after graduating from Phi Beta Kappa from Amherst College. While his studies in China quickly led to positions at respected tech firms like FLIR Systems and DJI Technology, Eli had bigger plans. In 2016, he co-founded his first startup — a pioneering portable energy storage company called EcoFlow. After a $25M acquisition deal fell through, Eli eventually sold his stake and was left unsure of his next move. Then the pandemic hit.  Sensing an opportunity to save lives while revolutionizing the $20B+ infection prevention industry, he stepped away from his role as CEO at Ecoflow and joined forces with two of his mentors to found R-Zero. Their suite of radically affordable, hospital-grade disinfection solutions immediately made waves and headlines. In less than six months since their founding, they’ve already booked $5M in sales, secured the backing of top venture capital firms, and shipped thousands of life-saving products to small businesses across the country — and if Eli has his way, they’re just getting started. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #89 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Jean Latting, Inclusion and Cultural Change Consultant, and President of Leading Consciously. As a consultant, researcher, and educator, Jean focuses on leadership in multicultural and diverse organizations. While at GCSW, the Jean Kantambu Latting College Professorship of Leadership and Change endowment was established in her name by the renowned philanthropist, Maconda Brown O’Connor. Latting received her master’s degree from Columbia University and a doctorate from the University of North Carolina. She co- authored Reframing Change: How to Deal with Workplace Dynamics, Influence Others, and Bring People Together to Initiate Positive Change.  Through her organization, Leading Consciously, Jean helps individuals and organizations create resilient, sustainable, multicultural, and diverse settings. Leading Consciously helps leaders in businesses, non-profits, churches, and other organizations achieve greater authenticity in relationships and a more in-depth understanding of their impact on others as well as a greater ability to bridge differences with those dissimilar to themselves. The company offers leadership assessment, coaching, consultation, online courses, and training based on solidly grounded empirical research on behavioral change and decades of practical training experience. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #88 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Bill Eckstrom, Founder & CEO of EcSell Institute and Co-Author of The Coaching Effect. EcSell Institute is the world’s first and only organization to measure and quantify leadership effectiveness. Bill and his coauthor, Sarah Wirth, are considered the world’s foremost authorities in metric-based performance coaching and growth. Bill and Sarah’s book, The Coaching Effect, was written to help leaders understand how coaching is the key to increase sales, enhance performance, and sustain growth.  Bill’s primary passion is growth. He is an expert in change management and discomfort, as made popular in his viral TEDx Talk “Why Comfort Will Ruin Your Life.” As a keynote speaker, Bill has presented to hundreds of groups and is a popular guest on podcasts and shows around the world. Growth is also what inspires Bill’s philanthropic life, especially his involvement in therapy dog work. He and his Labrador, Aspen, work together at senior living homes, children’s hospitals, and anywhere the presence of Aspen’s wagging tail and soft soul can bring a smile. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #87 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Ed Eichhorn, President of Medlink Consulting Group and co-author of Healing American Healthcare.  Ed strongly believes healthcare is a right and not a privilege and that seeking health care should not have the potential to lead to bankruptcy. Through his book in partnership with Dr. Michael Hutchinson, Healing American Healthcare, he provides a plan to reduce the cost of healthcare in America by $1 trillion a year while providing universal care. Ed believes addressing the issues of our healthcare delivery system could actually reduce cost while providing coverage for everyone. Through Medilink Consulting Services, Ed and his team also provide specialized management consulting services including; strategic planning, business development, and value improvement. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #86 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Daniel Forrester, Founder & CEO of THRUUE and co-author of top seller Relentless: The Forensics of Mobsters' Business Practices.  THRUUE is an expert consultancy advising CEOs, boards, and their leadership teams on the intersection of North Star ideas, strategy, and culture. Our firm exists to close the gap between the aspiration expressed in your mission, vision, and values and the execution implied in your culture. A great strategy can fall into and fail in that gap. THRUUE helps you measure, understand, and move your culture to align with your values and strategy. At THRUUE, we find and close the culture gap. Our promise is unrelenting commitment to your success. Daniel and I talk about creating a shared vision, how he works with the best companies in the world and their leaders to drive culture alongside strategy, and what it means to be truly impactful in your community. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #85 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Jerry Zimmerman, a globally recognized microeconomist and author of 7 books including co-authoring the top seller Relentless: The Forensics of Mobsters' Business Practices.  Jerry has taught organizational economics, accounting, and finance at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School for more than forty years. He has consulted with numerous clients, including Fortune 500 companies and management advisory firms, to demonstrate how organizational economics principles can improve a firm’s culture and, eventually, its performance. He is also a founding editor of the Journal of Accounting and Economics, one of the most highly referenced peer-reviewed journals in economics, and has served on several public company boards of directors. His fifty published studies and books include textbooks on economics and accounting and a trade book about designing organizations that create value. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #84 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor Erich Thomas & Dr. Jakita Thomas, Co-Founders of Pharaoh's Conclave. They work with a diverse group of community organizations to engage and prepare youth for careers and opportunities related to eSports. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #83 of The Impactors Podcast features #Impactor James Cusumano, Chairman and Owner of Chateau Mcely, chosen by the European Union as a leading Green, 5-star, Castle Hotel and Spa in Central Europe, and bestselling author of Life Is Beautiful. James is an inspiring speaker and an accomplished leader with successful careers as an entertainer, scientist, corporate executive, and entrepreneur. Drawing on his career success, he shares his multifaceted guide to life-long success and personal fulfillment. Life Is Beautiful is an easy-to-follow guidebook that demonstrates how to manifest long-term happiness and create a better world. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Click the link to enter a sweepstakes for a free LED Light Fixture (valued at $150): https://awesomeearthkind.com/impactors Episode #82 of The Impactors Podcast features #SocialImpactor Ron Kamen, CEO of EarthKind Energy Consulting and the host of the AWESome EarthKind podcast. Ron’s life mission is to empower everyday people to make clean energy transitions to reduce their carbon footprint– and save them money. For more than three decades, Ron has energized communities, governments, non-profits, and businesses to take their next step and increase energy efficiency, use renewable energy, and lower electricity, heating & transportation costs. He’s now building an online community of AWESome EarthKind people ready to “Go Clean and $ave Green.” Ron lives in New York and has a beautiful blended family of seven children and 5 grandchildren. He knows how important making clean energy transitions is for future generations, and he is passionate about educating parents, grandparents, business owners, and young people about steps everyone can take for a healthier planet while saving money! If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #81 of The Impactors Podcast features #SocialImpactor Dr. Jeff Spiess, author of Dying with Ease: A Compassionate Guide for Making Wiser End-of-Life Decisions.  Jeff has spent his medical career with people facing serious illness and death, first as an oncologist, then as a hospice physician. He has lectured extensively and has been recognized as a leader in the field of end-of-life care. He has observed, through extensive clinical experience and innumerable conversations with the dying and those caring for and about them, the burden of unnecessary or avoidable suffering and distress engendered by the American tendency to avoid facing death as an inevitable personal reality. His medical practice and writing are informed by his interest in philosophy and theology, and he finds additional insights in depictions of dying in literature, including sacred texts, music, and popular culture. His writing provides information and inspiration, challenging readers to honestly encounter their own mortality to both die better and live more fully. Jeff explores our options and considers the possibilities that can impact our final days, By avoiding the topic of death, we increase the pain and grief we experience at the end of life, and impact the suffering of those we leave behind. Jeff argues that if we honestly face our mortality, we will make wiser decisions, die with less distress, and live the remainder of our lives, whether days or decades, more fully and with less anxiety. Using cultural and religious references alongside poignant narratives, this optimistic work informs, inspires, and challenges our cognitive and emotional understandings of our own lives and deaths. Dying with Ease contains the practical nuts and bolts information about advance care planning, hospice, palliative care, and ethical and legal issues surrounding dying. Dr. Spiess answers such questions as: How can I plan for the last part of my life? What options do I have if my suffering is unbearable? What do religion and spiritual philosophy have to say about dying? What does it feel like to die? COVID-19 has made many of us more aware of our own mortality. By putting the fear of our final days to rest, we can make wiser and more authentic decisions throughout the rest of our lives—however long they may be. Death may be inevitable, but fearing the end-of-life is avoidable. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #80 of The Impactors Podcast features #SocialImpactor Spencer Brooks, Founder, and Principal of Brooks Digital, an expert digital firm that empowers health nonprofits to improve the lives of patients.  Spencer has helped organizations such as The diaTribe Foundation scale their digital presence from a few thousand annual visitors and subscribers to over 2.5 million visitors and 200,000 subscribers. Spencer’s superpower is helping organizations get their complex, difficult-to-use website under control so they can provide the right information to the right person at the right time. Spencer’s writing has been featured in publications such as TechSoup and Nonprofit Marketing Guide. He is a sought after speaker on the topics of digital metrics, the patient journey, getting inside the heads of an organization’s website visitors, and converting patients to advocates. Spencer lives in the Portland, Oregon area with his wife and 2 children. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impactors-podcast/id1405642226 Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #ImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
Episode #79 of Season 2 of The Social Impactors Podcast features #SocialImpactor Jeff Harry, an international speaker and a recognized Top 100 leader in Human Resources. Jeff shows individuals and companies how to tap into their true selves, to feel their happiest and most fulfilled — all by playing. Jeff has worked with Google, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, the NFL, Amazon, and Facebook, helping their staff to infuse more play into the day-to-day. Jeff is an international speaker who has presented at conferences such as INBOUND, SXSW, and Australia’s Pausefest, showing audiences how major issues in the workplace can be solved using play.  Jeff was selected by BambooHR & Engagedly as one of the Top 100 HR Influencers of 2020 for his organizational development work around dealing with toxic people in the workplace. His play work has most recently been featured in the NY Times article: How Do We Add More Play To Our Grown-Up Life - Even Now. He has also been featured on AJ+, SoulPancake, the SF Chronicle, and CNN. While we spend most of our time pretending to be important, serious grownups, it's when we let go of that facade and just play, that the real magic happens. Fully embracing your own nerdy genius — whatever that is — gives you the power to make a difference and change lives.  Jeff believes that we already have many of the answers we seek, and by simply unleashing our inner child, we can find our purpose and, in turn, help to create a better world. If you enjoyed the episode leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://apple.co/2WI5Ckn Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Email: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #SocialImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support
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