300 episodes

In depth interviews with people who are living with purpose and having a positive impact in our world. We listen as host Steven Moe asks about their life journeys and what has shaped them into who they are today.

Seeds Steven Moe

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    • 4.9 • 85 Ratings

In depth interviews with people who are living with purpose and having a positive impact in our world. We listen as host Steven Moe asks about their life journeys and what has shaped them into who they are today.

    Preston Hegel on Creativity, Art and Building Community at the XCHC

    Preston Hegel on Creativity, Art and Building Community at the XCHC

    Really enjoyed this in depth conversation with Preston Hegal all about cultivating community among creatives who are creating Art at the XCHC XCHC (Exchange Christchurch) | Art Space.  We start with his own background and what has shaped his life, life changing moments that led to new realisations and eventually landing in New Zealand where he is building community at the XCHC.  This was a very wide ranging and in depth interview with someone I really respect for what they are bringing to this city and the country in terms of modelling creative expression and catalysing artists while also connecting diverse people together.  I know the XCHC well as it has been the venue - thanks to Preston - for dozens of Impact Lunches over the years.  If you enjoy this check out the 300+ other interviews in the back catalogue too.  www.theseeds.nz 
    XCHC XCHC (Exchange Christchurch) | Art Space
    Facebook Exchange Christchurch - XCHC | Facebook
    Instagram XCHC (Exchange Christchurch) (@_xchc) • Instagram photos and videos
     

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Neil Edmond on MoneyTime and gamifying financial literacy for children

    Neil Edmond on MoneyTime and gamifying financial literacy for children

    Neil wants to help young people to gain financial literacy and does so through MoneyTime.  Before we find out about that initiative and its rollout across New Zealand schools to gamify learning about financial matters, we hear about his life story and background and what has led him to do this work.  Seeds is a project to capture life stories so we can learn from each other and this is episode 314 so check out some of the other episodes if you like this one!  
    MoneyTime site: https://www.moneytime.co.nz/ 
    Email: Neil Edmond
    Check out other interviews at www.theseeds.nz
     

    • 58 min
    Carey Ewing on Te Whare Awhero, Hope House

    Carey Ewing on Te Whare Awhero, Hope House

    In this conversation with Carey Ewing we hear about his life journey coming from a small rural community to travelling the world and seeing poverty first hand in Africa – what would he do with his privilege?  After discussing his background we also learn about Te Whare Awhero – Hope House, and the work they are doing in the community.  Have a look at the link below and don’t forget there are more than 300 other interviews on seeds podcast so check some of them out too!!
    Website: https://tewhareawhero.org/
    James Stewart interview mentioned in conversation: https://seeds.libsyn.com/james-stewart-on-finding-purpose-empowering-impact-with-gemelli-consulting-and-thinking-up-solutions-to-the-housing-crisis
    More conversations at www.theseeds.nz
     

    • 52 min
    Lisa Foster and Nicola Nation join the Impact Call

    Lisa Foster and Nicola Nation join the Impact Call

    Lisa Foster shares about the work of Rare Disorders NZ and Nicola Nation shares about the work of Ākina on transforming New Zealand's economy through the power of impact.
    These short insights from industry leaders give us a chance to hear about the work of another organisation - to join the email list drop me a line at steven@theseeds.nz 
    Rare Disorders NZ site: RDNZ | Home (raredisorders.org.nz) 
    Ākina site: The Ākina Foundation (akina.org.nz)
    Incorporated Societies information: Incorporated Societies Act 2022: Information Hub | Parry Field Lawyers
    For more visit www.theseeds.nz 

    • 43 min
    Is community-led home ownership the way of the future? Audio of article for The Spinoff

    Is community-led home ownership the way of the future? Audio of article for The Spinoff

    This is the audio of an article I wrote for The Spinoff which you can read here https://thespinoff.co.nz/business/21-06-2022/is-community-led-home-ownership-the-way-of-the-future 
    I found about this initiative as I was the lawyer helping to design the legal structure - I enjoy helping purpase and impact driven initiatives like this and if you have one or know of others who do, let them know that I am always open to have a conversation on the best way to structure things.   A lot of resources are here https://www.parryfield.com 
    This is one of 17 articles for The Spinoff - you can find others by navigating from here: https://thespinoff.co.nz/authors/steven-moe 
    And more at www.theseeds.nz 
     

    • 6 min
    Incorporated Societies: Key Changes Coming

    Incorporated Societies: Key Changes Coming

    As well as podcasting I am a lawyer and in this session we describe the key changes coming to the Incorporated Societies Act 2022.  More free resources are here: Incorporated Societies Act 2022: Information Hub | Parry Field Lawyers

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
85 Ratings

85 Ratings

Sossos12 ,

👌

Thoroughly enjoying the authenticity of these! Thank you Steven

Paul Swettenham ,

Thanks so much Steven

I’ve really enjoyed listening to the variety of inspirational ideas from some amazing people you’ve been interviewing - keep up the great work 😀

Sashamr1 ,

Interesting NZ podcast

Hey Steven, fun fact: there is more people coming from behind the ‘iron curtain’ who listen to your podcast.

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