I Share Hope is a series of interviews with world leaders discussing their beliefs and experiences with hope and how they use hope on a daily basis in their own life and in the lives of others. They discuss real stories from their past and cover such topics as experience, relationships, failure, success, coping, depression, suicide, acceptance, business, psychological issues, illness, inspirational and motivational ideas, life, vision, goal setting, love, family, friends, strength, action steps, actionable hope, discrimination, education, freedom, leadership, counseling, dependency, addiction, chemical addiction, abuse and much more. Just about every area in life. The show airs three days a week via podcast.
Hope and Positivity! with Amelia Earhart #isharehope Episode 122
Named by the Jaycees as one of the "Top Ten Young Americans", Amelia Rose Earhart recreated and symbolically completed the 1937 flight of her namesake, Amelia Mary Earhart. Her 28,000 mile flight around the world in a single engine aircraft became a symbol of determination, courage and empowerment for anyone who has ever decided to seek new horizons.
Amelia is the president of the Fly With Amelia Foundation, a non-profit providing flight training scholarships to young women across America. She can be seen each morning on Denver's NBC affiliate, KUSA-TV reporting on breaking news and traffic, is an active member of the Board of Directors at Wings Over the Rockies, Colorado's Official Air and Space Museum and is currently working toward her multi-engine aircraft rating.Additional Notes::
My website is www.flywithamelia.org. Thank you!
Find Good in Everyone..in Everything with Abdelrahman Al-daqqa #isharehope Episode 121
Doctor at Palestinian ministry of health, Horizons Representative in Palestine, Palestinian campaign to raise awareness about internet safety and pornography addiction, Healthy university Initiative.
A motivated, young entrepreneur, volunteer, and social activist doctor, I am very interested in the innovation in the health care which leads to a better health for all people especially for my home which is a poor country live under difficult circumstances (Palestine).
For this reason I got used to work hard and overcome my limitations. Therefore, since childhood period, I started building myself as strong, qualified person, then to work with youth and community members to solve many problems in environment of war, killing and destruction.
I focused on building new motivated and creative generations, to be able to build our future and try to spread the hope, the knowledge, and the energy. Meanwhile, I worked with more than 1000 volunteers to establish campaigns like Internet safety, breast cancer awareness, health university, Horizons, health activities..etc. and I led many organizations and initiatives for that reasons.
Eventually, I got many scholarships and Awards (more than 11), and I represented my home at many international conferences, in Norway, the Netherland, USA. And I appeared on TVs and media more than 15 times including Aljazeera channel.
I have recently got a diploma in one of most prestigious business school in the world, Kelley school of business , USA. Happily, I had the privilege to represent Palestinian youth it at US chamber of state, Washington 2016.
I'm the CEO of MWD company ( medical waste disposal company) startup.
Hope is everywhwere... with Hunter Halder #isharehope Episode 120
Hunter Halder is an American at home in Portugal who, after a wide range of diverse and seeming unconnected career experiences, found his purpose as a dedicated volunteer when, at the tender age of 59, he founded the Re-food Movement. According to him "Now it all makes sense.."
Hope diminishes Fear with Nora Jaccaud #isharehope Episode 119
Human Postcards is an ongoing series of 60 second video portraits, capturing the inspirational and often powerful messages of everyday people from around the world.
Nora's passion in life is to learn from others by observing and listening. As a child she would collect stories from people the way kids collect seashells. Nothing could stop her curiosity. Languages became a tool to open more doors.
With time, her need to share stories and create connections led me to become a story teller. Being a part of Human Postcards fuels this passion, by capturing these moments for others to experience.
Hope can never be taken away.. with Amberley Snyder #isharehope Episode 118
Amberley was born in California and moved to Utah when she was seven. She is the second of six children in her family. She started riding horses at the age of three and competing in rodeo at the age of seven. Amberley competed all through junior high and high school qualifying for numerous national rodeos. Amberley has won multiple titles including the Finals and World All-Around Cowgirl for the National Little Britches Association. She also served as the Utah FFA State President.
Amberley just graduated from Utah State University obtaining a degree in Agricultural Education and is now pursuing a graduate degree in School Counseling. She was involved in a paralyzing car accident in 2010. The odds were against her as she began life in a wheelchair.
Amberley returned to rodeo 18 months after her accident and in 2015 ran in the world’s richest one-day rodeo called The American. She ended her final college rodeo season fifth in the Rocky Mountain Region in the barrel racing. She is now competing on the amateur and pro rodeo circuit. Amberley travels the nation sharing her story of triumph over tragedy and hopes to inspire others that no matter what happens, they have the strength to overcome it.
Fighting the War on Drugs with Hope with Lisa Sanchez #isharehope Episode 117
Lisa holds a B.A. in International Relations from Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico and the Institute of Political Studies in Paris (Sciences Po), a M.A. in Political Science from the University Paris I (Panthéon Sorbonne) and a M.Sc. in Public Management and Governance from the London School of Economics.
At present she serves México Unido contra la Delincuencia (MUCD) and Transform Drug Policy Foundation (TDPF) as Director of the Latin American Programme for Drug Policy Reform, and is the Latin American “Associate Expert” of the LSE Ideas’ International Drug Policy Project. Called into the drug policy field by the need of urgently stopping the blood bath caused by the militarisation of drug control strategies in Mexico, she's been working for eight years now from both the public and the third sector (civil society) to achieve more humane, evidence-based drug policies that do not exacerbate violence and respect human rights. Professionally, she worked for the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission of the Organisation of American States from 2010 to 2012 and has collaborated with several civil society organisations such as Espolea, MUCD and TDPF.
As a young activist, she has fought for different causes, ranging from sexual and reproductive health and rights to gender equality, HIV/AIDS and drug policy reform.
Easy listening that is challenging to apply
All of us want hope in our daily lives. This is a great format of the same 5 questions asked of people in all walks of life. The simple interviews will share how many people define hope in their own lives. You will agree with some and disagree with others but you will come away challenged.
How do you define hope in your own life?
How do you share that hope daily with those around you?
Thanks Chris for bring the topic of sharing hope to the forefront of our lives!
Eclectic Survey of Shared Topic: Hope
Hope is not just a religious topic or an academic concept or a fictional construct. It’s in the fabric of every person’s story. These conversations give us much to think about and consider as we each process our own conclusions about hope & where it fits in our own stories. I’ve gained something from every interview! Looking forward to the future of this podcast!
Worth your time...
Love the format - just five questions that generate great dialogue. The stories are fascinating and encouraging, always centered around hope which we all need in some form or fashion. Truong’s story was particularly interesting…definitely worth a listen.