A podcast about existence, meaning and how to master your own life. Hosted by Nils von Heijne.
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92. Exploring where we are - with new co-host Amit Paul
Amit Paul has been on the podcast numerous times already, and now he's joining as an official co-host. We dive deep into into our exploration of "sustainable" future and where we are headed. Enjoy!
91. Truth - an exploration with Gustaf Josefsson Tadaa and Maria Paz Acchiardo
What is truth and what is true?
Nils explores this question together with Gustaf Josefsson Tadaa (futurist, speaker and entrepreneur) and Maria Paz Acchiardo (coach, The Work facilitator and holder of perspectives).
90. What is emerging in society? (Recording for The Outlook podcast)
Nils von Heijne and Bill Mehleisen share what they currently see emerging in individuals, community, business and our global society. Where are we headed and what does it potentially mean for us humans? This recording is shared from The Outlook podcast by The Absolut Company.
89. "Sustainable Innovation" - a World of Wisdom Camp Session
This is a special episode recorded at the World of Wisdom gathering in Aug 2020 from the Sustainable Transformation Camp. Hosted by Amit Paul. The panel consists of Mike Pilliod (Tesla) and Mayra Kapteyn (Ink). The conversation is an exploration on how innovation can support the sustainable transformation we need to undertake. Recorded via Zoom.
88. "Stories" - a World of Wisdom camp session
This is a special episode recorded at the World of Wisdom gathering in Aug 2020 from the Sustainable Transformation Camp. Hosted by Amit Paul. The panel consist of Bill Mehielsen, Martin Söndergaard. The conversation is an exploration on how Stories can support the sustainable transformation we need to undertake. Recorded via Zoom.
87. Learning from indigenous cultures to manage global crisis - with Vanessa Andreotti
Don't know what to do about the impending global crisis? Listen to this episode with Dr. Vanessa Andreotti and start doing your work. Her research examines historical and systemic patterns of reproduction of inequalities and how these limit or enable possibilities for collective existence and global change. There is much to learn from indigenous cultures, and we are being increasingly called to act upon such lessons in our own lives
Nils has created something that is turning out to be a great influence in my life. I can't praise it enough.
A pod about the stuff that matters. Thank you Nils for sharing your wisdom and inviting voices to give even more valuable perspectives 🙏🏼
Thank you Nils ❤️
I have the honor of knowing Nils and love spending time with him engaging in thoughtful conversations. So nice to have his wisdom recorded on a podcast to bring with whenever I feel like going for a long walk!