You can't win 'em all. Or can you? Welcome to Impactually - the power of one voice, multiplied.
From his work with local nuns looking for answers about their barren apple trees to his consulting with golf courses in natural habitat management to classrooms, and his own design workshop - he is a true beeliever in the good story - the gospel of abundance as taught by bees and he’s helping protect Wisconsin’s beloved pollinators. It’s called BEHOLD and our story starts here.
She sent out an all-points-bulletin to 55 Michigan women - musicians, vocalists, and recording engineers, to gather virtually from across the state. They banded together to demand equality by paying homage to a woman who was among the first to break glass ceilings in the recording industry. It’s called RESPECT and our story starts here.
For two Jewish women whose parents miraculously survived the Holocaust, storytelling as a means of remembering the tales of horror and heroism are part of their family legacies. While their stories of loss and survival are different, they are bonded in their work as active voices of the Second Generation. It’s called “Testimony,” and our story starts here.
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We may call nurses humanitarian super heroes for any number of reasons, but at the end of the day they are people just like the rest of us. For one nurse who for decades has been a champion and advocate for her patients and their families through some tough medical therapies – even death, the reality of COVID is beyond her imagination. For another, nursing was not where his career began, but a shift has brought a sense of purpose in caring for both his ICU patients, and his comrades in arms. It’s called ‘One’s breath’ and our story starts here.
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Maria Yuan learned the meaning of democratic civic engagement by witnessing the journey of her immigrant family and how they embraced their duties as new American citizens. For another, Emma Welsh-Huggins, it was a college experience: a broad range of social science studies and a keen eye to the benefits of civic engagement. It's called “Now what?” and our story starts here.
Sponsored by: JLB Images
Sound of Silence
Imagine, or maybe you don’t have to, caring for a dependent with a sensory processing disorder. In the United States alone 1 in 20 people - children, teens and adults, experience some degree of difficulty filtering information from one or more of their heightened seven senses. An overload of stimuli to their sight, hearing, sense of touch, taste and smell, balance and body awareness, become stressful, painful or even terrifying - sometimes resulting in overtly panicked responses. It’s confusing and exhausting. So, what happens when a Pittsburgh airport heavy equipment operator reluctantly drops a letter in his workplace suggestion box, and the CEO responds in a big way? How does a simple ask create a special bond between him and an otherwise unfamiliar co-worker? And how does their work create a lasting impression on a Denver mom whose visit to the Steel City was not only bearable, but a beacon?
We need this
Beautiful storytelling and we need this so very much!! Really cannot miss an episode. For those of us that like to hear good stories. They are out there and this show finds them & tells them in the most zen way. LOVE!!