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Willkommen beim "New Wohlstand" Podcast, präsentiert von IRM (Regenerative Marktwirtschaft). In dieser inspirierenden Podcast-Reihe erkunden wir alternative Wege, den Wohlstand neu zu definieren und zu gestalten. Tauchen Sie ein in fesselnde Gespräche mit Experten, Visionären und Praktikern, die sich für eine nachhaltigere und gerechtere Wirtschaft einsetzen. Entdecken Sie innovative Lösungsansätze, um den finanziellen, sozialen, ökologischen und kulturellen Wohlstand unserer Gesellschaft zu fördern. Lassen Sie sich inspirieren, neue Perspektiven zu gewinnen und die Grundlagen für eine zukunftsfähige und regenerative Marktwirtschaft zu legen. Willkommen bei "New Wohlstand" - wo wir die Wege des Wohlstands für eine bessere Zukunft erkunden.

New Wohlstand IRM

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Willkommen beim "New Wohlstand" Podcast, präsentiert von IRM (Regenerative Marktwirtschaft). In dieser inspirierenden Podcast-Reihe erkunden wir alternative Wege, den Wohlstand neu zu definieren und zu gestalten. Tauchen Sie ein in fesselnde Gespräche mit Experten, Visionären und Praktikern, die sich für eine nachhaltigere und gerechtere Wirtschaft einsetzen. Entdecken Sie innovative Lösungsansätze, um den finanziellen, sozialen, ökologischen und kulturellen Wohlstand unserer Gesellschaft zu fördern. Lassen Sie sich inspirieren, neue Perspektiven zu gewinnen und die Grundlagen für eine zukunftsfähige und regenerative Marktwirtschaft zu legen. Willkommen bei "New Wohlstand" - wo wir die Wege des Wohlstands für eine bessere Zukunft erkunden.

    Tina Teucher

    Tina Teucher

    In this episode Tina Teucher, a moderator and keynote speaker, delved into her journey and vision for a sustainable future. Tina’s profound insights stem from her experiences and her intrinsic appreciation of life, nature, and human potential.

    Tina’s passion for the interconnectedness of all life is palpable. She reminisces about her childhood spent in the forest, where she developed a deep respect for natural processes and cycles. This early exposure to nature’s wisdom shaped her belief in the importance of preserving and regenerating our environment.

    A pivotal moment for Tina was her realization of the world’s complexity and the potential for positive change. She emphasizes the need for a shift in perspective—from viewing challenges as insurmountable to recognizing opportunities for growth and innovation. Tina advocates for a regenerative approach to economics, where the focus is on restoring ecosystems and fostering sustainable practices.

    Tina’s work revolves around bridging gaps between different times and people, highlighting the importance of diverse perspectives. She believes that understanding various viewpoints can lead to more comprehensive solutions. Her approach is not just theoretical; she actively participates in initiatives like Generation Restoration, which aims to empower communities, especially refugees, through sustainable practices.

    The podcast touches on the concept of resilience, both in natural systems and human communities. Tina discusses how sustainable practices, such as permaculture and agroforestry, can help regenerate degraded lands and provide livelihoods for displaced people. She underscores the importance of education and empowerment, particularly for women, as crucial elements in building a regenerative society.

    • 1 Std. 11 Min.
    Efrat Friedland

    Efrat Friedland

    In this episode we sit down with Efrat Friedland for an insightful and heartfelt conversation. Efrat opens up about her multifaceted identity and the experiences that have shaped her worldview. Describing herself as a mother, Israeli, global citizen, cautious optimist, political activist, and an "energy reservoir," she shares her journey towards self-acceptance and resilience.Efrat reflects on the complexities of her upbringing in Israel, a country known for its liberal values but also its chauvinistic military culture. She contrasts this with the egalitarian environment of her family, which promoted gender equality and fostered her rebellious streak against traditional gender roles. Her struggle with embracing her womanhood, influenced by her mother's seemingly compromising yet fulfilling life, forms a poignant part of her narrative.The discussion delves into the concept of happiness, with Efrat emphasizing the importance of appreciating life's "half-full glasses." She advocates for realistic expectations, highlighting that true contentment comes from understanding that life is inherently challenging. Her global experiences, particularly in Thailand, have shaped her perspective on materialism and happiness. She recounts how the simple joys of life, observed in the smiles of Thai children playing with handmade toys, offer profound lessons in finding contentment beyond material wealth.Efrat and Thomas explore the cultural and economic influences on people's needs and desires. Efrat contrasts the modest, community-oriented roots of Israeli society with its current consumerist trends, heavily influenced by American capitalism. She reflects on how societies like those in France and the Netherlands manage to balance economic prosperity with a more modest, less materialistic lifestyle.As a materials consultant, Efrat shares her professional insights into the importance of sustainability and responsible consumption. She stresses the need for both consumers and producers to be more mindful of the materials used in everyday products. By valuing products and materials more, she believes society can reduce waste and foster a more sustainable economy.Through her candid reflections and professional expertise, Efrat Friedland offers a compelling narrative of hope, resilience, and the pursuit of a balanced, meaningful life. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in personal growth, sustainability, and the intersections of culture and economy.

    • 1 Std. 3 Min.
    Kave Bulambo

    Kave Bulambo

    In this episode we welcome Kave Bulambo, an impact-driven entrepreneur originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Kave shares her fascinating journey from growing up in South Africa to becoming a key figure in Germany's entrepreneurial landscape. With a strong focus on diversity, inclusion, and social impact, Kave's work through her companies, Talent Diverse and Black in Tech Berlin, is making significant strides in fostering inclusive workplaces and supporting African and Black professionals in Germany.Kave delves into her vision of a good life, emphasizing the importance of both internal well-being—encompassing peace, love, and joy—and external factors such as access to basic resources like food, water, shelter, and healthcare. She contrasts the wealth disparity between the resource-rich yet economically poor Congo and the structured wealth of Germany, highlighting the systemic issues of extraction without reinvestment that plague her home country.The conversation shifts to the future, discussing the need for a new generation of leaders who are aware of climate change, systemic discrimination, and inequality. Kave stresses the importance of education and awareness in fostering leaders who can think sustainably and inclusively. She advocates for a shift from extraction-based economies to models that invest back into communities, ensuring that wealth benefits everyone.As the discussion wraps up, Kave shares her belief in the power of community and the importance of drawing others into spaces of abundance and opportunity. She calls for a mindset of abundance and sustainability, urging individuals and companies to open doors for others and create transformative change together.

    • 27 Min.
    Graham Boyd

    Graham Boyd

    In this episode Graham Boyd delves into a visionary approach to reshaping capitalism. Boyd, leveraging his diverse experiences from apartheid South Africa to a global career in physics and business, presents a compelling case for a regenerative, ecosystem-based economic model.Boyd begins with a philosophical reflection on identity and the profound, long-term impact individuals can have across generations. He emphasizes the importance of understanding one's influence in a broader, historical context, advocating for actions that benefit not only the present but also future generations.Central to Boyd's argument is the concept of "ergodicity," a principle often overlooked in traditional economics. He asserts that capital should be invested in interconnected ecosystems of companies, much like nature's diversified, resilient systems. This, he argues, would lead to more sustainable and equitable economic growth, benefiting all stakeholders, including the environment and future generations.Boyd critiques the current business model that prioritizes short-term financial returns for investors over long-term societal and environmental health. He calls for a shift from viewing companies as property of investors to recognizing them as "Commons" — entities that serve all stakeholders equitably. He underscores the importance of integrating intellectual, social, and relationship capital into business governance, suggesting that those who invest their time and expertise should have significant decision-making power.Boyd's holistic approach also includes innovative governance structures and organizational designs that support this ecosystemic view. He highlights the need for businesses to balance competition with collaboration, akin to natural ecosystems, to foster resilience and adaptability.Ultimately, Boyd envisions a "post-capitalist" world where economic systems are designed to support a good life for all, emphasizing that the key to this transformation lies in changing our lenses — the fundamental beliefs and assumptions that guide our understanding of economics and business.

    • 1 Std. 14 Min.
    Nicole Bastien

    Nicole Bastien

    Join Nicole Bastien to explore her profound journey and insights into building a better future. Nicole, a social worker, entrepreneur, and advocate for regenerative systems, shares her unique perspective on identity, transformation, and the interconnectedness of human and economic systems.
    Nicole begins by reflecting on her early life in East Germany, a country that no longer exists, and the impact of witnessing the peaceful revolution of 1989. She discusses how these experiences shaped her understanding of identity beyond national boundaries and fueled her passion for fostering meaningful connections and resilience in communities.
    The conversation delves into Nicole's concept of being "unapologetically human," which she defines as embracing both strengths and weaknesses and owning one's journey through life. She emphasizes the importance of creating spaces for genuine human interaction and the need for humility and curiosity in leadership and innovation.
    Nicole and Thomas explore the challenges and opportunities of transitioning from established systems (Horizon 1) to visionary futures (Horizon 3), emphasizing the necessity of iterative processes (Horizon 2) and the creation of adaptive, resilient systems. They discuss the pitfalls of traditional, mechanistic approaches to business and governance, advocating for a more holistic, regenerative perspective that values redundancy, resilience, and meaningful relationships.
    Throughout the episode, Nicole shares her experiences working with various stakeholders, from investors to local communities, and highlights the critical role of purpose, trust, and co-creation in building a regenerative economy. She challenges listeners to rethink their assumptions and take decisive actions towards creating a better world, stressing that profound change is often just one courageous decision away.

    • 1 Std. 27 Min.
    Lukas Küttner

    Lukas Küttner

    In this episode Lukas delves into his personal background, highlighting the influence of his Kreuzberg upbringing on his worldview and his exposure to diverse cultures and social issues. He recounts his academic and professional experiences in England, Mexico, and various corporations, which eventually led him to a more fulfilling path at Osmos, a company dedicated to sustainable and impactful practices.Lukas explores the concept of a "good life," emphasizing the importance of personal freedom, social security, and ethical consumption. He reflects on the challenges and contradictions of modern capitalism, advocating for a shift towards community-oriented economic models like the commonwealth economy. He discusses the potential of such models to incentivize businesses to adopt sustainable practices through monetary rewards and penalties.Throughout the conversation, Lukas stresses the need for a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with nature and the importance of education in fostering community-oriented behavior. He envisions a society where individuals recognize their role as part of a larger ecosystem, leading to more mindful and sustainable choices.The discussion also touches on the practical aspects of running a sustainable business, the importance of storytelling and marketing in promoting ethical products, and the challenges of balancing profitability with environmental and social impact. Lukas concludes with a hopeful outlook on the potential for collective action and political will to drive meaningful change towards a regenerative market economy.

    • 1 Std. 15 Min.

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