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I'm an eternal optimist who clarifies complexities so that we realize the power we have to create the kind of world we actually want to live in, but I can't do it alone. So hop into the rabbit hole with me and let's explore how to bring the ideal to life.

Curious Idealist Angel Lovecchio

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

I'm an eternal optimist who clarifies complexities so that we realize the power we have to create the kind of world we actually want to live in, but I can't do it alone. So hop into the rabbit hole with me and let's explore how to bring the ideal to life.

    How can I be more organized?!

    How can I be more organized?!

    Melissa is a hopeful who simplifies organizing and she runs a business called Hopeful Simplicity where she helps people find organization systems that fit into their life and bring their home team together. As someone who is constantly a work in progress when it comes to organizing my space and ideas, Melissa brings the hope that I, or anyone else, really can be more organized.    |    

    Referenced in the show | David Allen: Getting Things Done https://gettingthingsdone.com/  |

    HopefulSimplicity.com |   CuriousIdealist.com

    • 36 min
    *Updated* How do you find/create valuable educational opportunities?

    *Updated* How do you find/create valuable educational opportunities?

    Let's address the noise and call out the crap. This is a love letter to all those shady sales people out there.
    Resources referenced:
    | Chris Do Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/p/CQ6GBZELJbb/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link |
    EdX.org |
    Coursera.org
    | Simon Sinek : https://youtu.be/RyTQ5-SQYTo | https://simonsinek.com/InspireU#/
    Tal Ben-Shahar : https://vimeo.com/124504453 | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBWejfL0xOA

    • 10 min
    Roundtable Discussion - In Ynternational, we Start with Why

    Roundtable Discussion - In Ynternational, we Start with Why

    For the kick-off episode I thought it was important to pay tribute to some friends in an international community of thought leaders who know the value of Starting with Why. The Ynternational (Why International) community was spawned off connections made inside workshops we had each attended on Simon Sinek's platform of live online classes. [ https://simonsinek.com/InspireU#/ ]

    From a WhatsApp group, to Discord server, to WYRED, a free 3 day international summit with no budget and no sponsors...and no asking people for money... just pure value add [ http://wyred.live ] I'm humbled to be part of a group of thought leaders who've inspired me to keep the conversations going through this podcast. In this episode we start with why and talk more about how we came together and the future of The Curious Idealist. 

    Time Stamps: 

    00:00 - Intros

    06:10 - Why this podcast?

    11:36 - Hopes / Vision / Expectation for the future of The Curious Idealist Podcast?

    17:39 - Future topics for the Curious Idealist?

    20:23 - How to stay connected with the people this reaches?

    24:23 - Connecting virtually on a real level?



    To connect with/follow anyone from this roundtable: 

    Ying Pan [ New York / China ]


    "My why is to connect and inspire people with intention so that together we are uplifting each other to live an extraordinary life." 
    Legal work in banking, and community builder (aka - the social pick-up artist)
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/yingpa/

    Rod Aparicio [ Peru / Germany ]


    "My why is to light unseen possibilities so that we can create real sh*t from things we think are too far away to actually work."
    Consultancy for small independent firms [He gets your brand un-stuck]
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/rodaparicio/

    Angel Marie C. Baguinat [ Singapor ]


    "My why is to connect generations so that together we can honor and celebrate each other." 
    Artist | L&D Consultant | Facilitator | Curriculum Designer | Digital Transformation & Learning Agility Specialist 
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/abaguinat/

    Ashley Freeman [ Atlanta, GA - USA ]


    "My why is to love people generously for exactly who they are so that we can become the fullest, most authentic expressions of ourselves."
    Founder, Lead Facilitator & Coach at Flourishing Work LLC | MBTI® Certified | MBA
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleysfreeman/

    Julia P. [ Germany ]


    "I empower others to strive everyday becoming a better version of themselves, so that we together create the freedom to live our true colors."
    Strategic Data Manager
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/peterjulia/

    Melissa Ciciola [ Canada ]


    "I connect people to possibility so that we build a more courageous world and lay the foundations of growth and innovation"
    Contact Center Consultant at Promethee Consultants
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissa-ciciola/

    Noah Max [ U.K. ]


    Inspiring Hope Through Creativity 
    Facilitator, Coach, Platform Speaker | Creative Artist | Writer
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/noahmaxinspire/





    Additional Links / Resources


    Ynternational.com
    http://wyred.live
    https://simonsinek.com/InspireU#/

    • 33 min
    Leprechauns and Sushi

    Leprechauns and Sushi

    Disclaimer: This one is a little heavy and it took some vulnerability (and encouragement, thanks friend) to get this one out here. There is a lot of good that can come from our more difficult experiences. Today, I share some learning from one of mine.

    • 5 min
    My name is Angel, and I am a Curious Idealist...

    My name is Angel, and I am a Curious Idealist...

    I am addicted to diving deeper into topics than most people might be comfortable with. The intent is to dig out actionable things we can all do communicate better, lead better, love better...really just be better. 

    Because I'm an idealist, I know we can do better than we have been. So I'll ask the questions, I'll share the learning, and at the end of the day, the goal is to put a little good out into the world, and have some fun in the process.

    • 1 min

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