174 episodes

Next Economy Now highlights the leaders that are taking a regenerative, bio-regional, democratic, transparent, and whole-systems approach to using business as a force for good. Popular guests include Winona LaDuke (White Earth), Rose Marcario (Patagonia), Daniel Goleman (author of "Emotional Intelligence"), Ed Whitfield (Southern Reparations Loan Fund), Charles Eisenstein (author of "Sacred Economics"), Kat Taylor (Beneficial State Bank), Nwamaka Agbo (Restorative Economics), Paul Hawken (author of "Drawdown"), and Rha Goddess (Move the Crowd). Learn more at www.lifteconomy.com.

Next Economy Now: Business as a Force for Good LIFT Economy: For the Benefit of All Life

    • Business
    • 4.9, 44 Ratings

Next Economy Now highlights the leaders that are taking a regenerative, bio-regional, democratic, transparent, and whole-systems approach to using business as a force for good. Popular guests include Winona LaDuke (White Earth), Rose Marcario (Patagonia), Daniel Goleman (author of "Emotional Intelligence"), Ed Whitfield (Southern Reparations Loan Fund), Charles Eisenstein (author of "Sacred Economics"), Kat Taylor (Beneficial State Bank), Nwamaka Agbo (Restorative Economics), Paul Hawken (author of "Drawdown"), and Rha Goddess (Move the Crowd). Learn more at www.lifteconomy.com.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

Femmeboi ,

Educational and inspirational

Interesting engaging interviews with visionary thinkers, doers, and movers. I just discovered the podcast and have been gobbling up episode after episode. Totally recommend for anyone -- I'm a psychotherapist witnessing the mental illnesses propagated by our current economy and societal structures... listening to this podcast gives me hope for the paradigm shifting so badly needed in our society.

Ramptean ,

Brings to light uncommon stories

Next Economy Now does an excellent job highlighting stories outside the mainstream and dives deep into regenerative economics. It's been a source of inspiration across agriculture, finance, and community development. My one piece of feedback for the team is to not praise your guests so heavily on air. While it may be tempting as you're in alignment with what they're doing and sometimes it does open them up a little, for the listener it can come across as biased and more concerned with flattery than looking deeply at their stories. I only say this because I think it would improve your podcast tremendously if you appeared more balanced.

Lead Feather ,

When you need hope...

...beyond the theoretical.

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