10 episodes

What happens when you bridge the experience, education, and expertise of elders with the curiosity, energy, and innate wisdom of the youth? It's simple. Everyone grows and the world changes for the better -- one conversation, one connection, one collaboration at a time.

Bridging The Potential Podcast Living The Potential Network

    • Education

What happens when you bridge the experience, education, and expertise of elders with the curiosity, energy, and innate wisdom of the youth? It's simple. Everyone grows and the world changes for the better -- one conversation, one connection, one collaboration at a time.

    Technology and the Psychology of Learning for the 21st Century | Caryn Warren and James Schmidt

    Technology and the Psychology of Learning for the 21st Century | Caryn Warren and James Schmidt

    What happens when we focus on CREATING technology instead of CONSUMING it?


    When Caryn Warren, author of Cybersecurity: The Children's Guide to Being Safe Online, and Founder and Executive Director of Innovators of Tomorrow Inc., shared her insight from more than two decades of success in Information Technology with James Schmidt, a 19-year-old Psychology major who is deeply interested in the role of technology in our culture, wisdom ensued.


    Together, they shared some powerful concepts and strategies for parents who grapple with these questions.


    Listen in to discover how youth and their parents can:


    1) discern beneficial from toxic technology
    2) align their efforts to engage technology more responsibly
    3) improve communication with technology.


    Plus, you'll be thrilled to learn gaming strategies that reinforce critical thinking and prepare youth for jobs in the world.


    If you are interested in what we are doing at Living The Potential Network, please visit our website at www.livingthepotential.com and check out the first two chapters of Renee Beth’s book, Living The Potential: Engaging the Wisdom of Our Youth to Save the World. 

    • 58 min
    Remembering the Human in Humanitarian | Dimple Dhabalia and Alyssa Coelho

    Remembering the Human in Humanitarian | Dimple Dhabalia and Alyssa Coelho

    How do we navigate life's opportunities and make career choices to maximize our sense of purpose? Can we create meaning from the tragedy we experience in ways that positively impact the world around us? How do we mindfully engage in change-driven work in the world while protecting and caring for our well-being along the way?


    This is quite the journey...


    Dimple Dhabalia, a leadership and mindful performance coach and founder of Roots in the Clouds, has been asking and answering this question for twenty years. Her work at the crossroads of the government and humanitarian sectors, and her focus on asylum and refugee-related policies and operations and organizations well-being, have developed a unique perspective and skillset that twenty-five-year-old humanitarian Alyssa Noelle Coelho was eager to discover during this conversation. 


    As Alyssa sets out to change the world as a writer, entrepreneur, and founder of The Lionheart Creations Foundation, she found herself in the presence of a mentor who shared her wisdom around learning to orchestrate change within oneself as well as out there in the world, to be open to exploring unknowns and to stay socially connected as a leader. 


    If you are a humanitarian, determined to elevate humanity out there and protect the humanity within, you will LOVE this episode.


    If you are interested in what we are doing at Living The Potential Network, please visit our website at www.livingthepotential.com and check out the first two chapters of Renee Beth’s book, Living The Potential: Engaging the Wisdom of Our Youth to Save the World. 

    • 53 min
    Business as a Vehicle for Social Good | Cheryl Herrick and Faheem Dyer

    Business as a Vehicle for Social Good | Cheryl Herrick and Faheem Dyer

    How can a family-owned business be a model to positively impact humanity?


    Cheryl Herrick -- co-founder of Global 1 Habitats LLC, founder of Ponytail Racing and Racing for Warriors, and innovative systems-thinking entrepreneur -- and Faheem Dyer, a young business man who shares her dream of and commitment to sustainability for individuals, businesses, and the environment had an incredible conversation about just that.


    You will be inspired by the work that Global 1 Habitats LLC is doing to create affordable housing that meets the current demand, as well as the power of Impact Investing and how it serves humanity.


    By the end of this podcast, you will have a powerful model of a change-maker’s process of clarifying their aim and integrating systems-thinking to improve value for the highest and best of all.


    What if everyone realized that the highest good for all is possible?


    If you are interested in what we are doing at Living The Potential Network, please visit our website at www.livingthepotential.com and check out the first two chapters of Renee Beth’s book, Living The Potential: Engaging the Wisdom of Our Youth to Save the World. 

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Living Life in The Gap | Marcus Bell and Samuel Osborne-Huerta

    Living Life in The Gap | Marcus Bell and Samuel Osborne-Huerta

    What music and art inspires you? And what does it inspire you TO DO or BECOME


    Whether you are an artist who creates, or someone who deeply appreciates art, you will not want to miss this conversation with music producer, social media influencer, activist, and entrepreneur Marcus Bell and Samuel Osborne-Huerta, a young actor, activist, and LTPN Youth Advisory Council member.


    These two men are devoted to creating social change through Art and shared paradigm-shifting wisdom around meeting people where they are in this diverse world, the power of Living in The Gap, and the impact of artists co-creating the new narrative for the 21st century.


    What if we could change the world BY doing what we LOVE with INTENTION?


    If you are interested in what we are doing at Living The Potential Network, please visit our website at www.livingthepotential.com and check out the first two chapters of Renee Beth’s book, Living The Potential: Engaging the Wisdom of Our Youth to Save the World. 

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Social Justice & Change through Art | Laura Mann Hill and James Schmidt

    Social Justice & Change through Art | Laura Mann Hill and James Schmidt

    What if you could find a soul-nurturing way to create the change you want to see in the world with your CREATIVE, ARTISTIC talents?


    Don’t miss this inspiring conversation with arts organizer, storyteller, theater artist, and stewardship director for the Friends of the Mississippi River, Laura Mann Hill, and James Schmidt, a young man who is already using art to catalyze social change.


    By the end of this conversation, we think you’ll be looking for ways to contribute your creativity to the world’s biggest problems.


    If you are interested in what we are doing at Living The Potential Network, please visit our website at www.livingthepotential.com and check out the first two chapters of Renee Beth’s book, Living The Potential: Engaging the Wisdom of Our Youth to Save the World. 

    • 1 hr
    Using Belief to Shape Your Reality | Greg Kuhn and Aaron Johnson

    Using Belief to Shape Your Reality | Greg Kuhn and Aaron Johnson

    Using Belief to Shape Your Reality


    You've probably heard that your beliefs drive your behaviors and experiences in your life, but have you ever been told that changing your beliefs, behaviors, and reality can be FUN?


    Don't miss the enlightening conversation between bestselling author Greg Kuhn, "The Law of Attraction Science Guy," and our Youth Advisory Council founder, Aaron Johnson. 


    You're likely to walk away with at least one key to changing your reality for the better and creating the life that you really desire.


    If you are interested in what we are doing at Living The Potential Network, please visit our website at www.livingthepotential.com and check out the first two chapters of Renee Beth’s book, Living The Potential: Engaging the Wisdom of Our Youth to Save the World. 

    • 1 hr 4 min

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