137 episodes

Thanks for checking out the Sacred Changemakers podcast, my name is Jayne Warrilow and I am passionate about human potential. This podcast has one purpose to truly take a stand for change and transformation, but not just any old change, we believe in positive change with the potential to make a real difference in our world. We’re talking personal, professional and social impact. So come with us on a journey, as we go behind the scenes with people who are making a real difference in our world. Each episode we will be diving deeply into topics that keep you inspired and at your best, sometimes we’ll be interviewing thought leaders, sharing tools and resources, and sometimes we’ll be leading deep-dive conversations tackling the challenging issues of our times. We’re committed to bringing you the best insights and strategies, so you can move into action in ways that matter. Together, we can make the world a better place. I hope you join us

Sacred Changemakers Jayne Warrilow

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Thanks for checking out the Sacred Changemakers podcast, my name is Jayne Warrilow and I am passionate about human potential. This podcast has one purpose to truly take a stand for change and transformation, but not just any old change, we believe in positive change with the potential to make a real difference in our world. We’re talking personal, professional and social impact. So come with us on a journey, as we go behind the scenes with people who are making a real difference in our world. Each episode we will be diving deeply into topics that keep you inspired and at your best, sometimes we’ll be interviewing thought leaders, sharing tools and resources, and sometimes we’ll be leading deep-dive conversations tackling the challenging issues of our times. We’re committed to bringing you the best insights and strategies, so you can move into action in ways that matter. Together, we can make the world a better place. I hope you join us

    137. To B Or Not To B - Is B-Corp The Future Of Your Business? with Tim Jones

    137. To B Or Not To B - Is B-Corp The Future Of Your Business? with Tim Jones

    137. To B Or Not To B - Is B-Corp The Future Of Your Business? with Tim Jones
    Our guest on the podcast today is  Tim Jones, also known as That B Corp Bloke. Tim is the CEO, Founder, and B Consultant at Grow Good, a global consulting firm specializing in helping businesses simplify and fast-track the path to B Corp Certification.
    Our conversation highlights Tim’s journey to find meaning and joy in his life. His path to self-discovery was profoundly influenced by a series of massive earthquakes in his hometown, which, as you will hear, led to a significant subconscious awakening and a realigning of his professional career.
    We discuss his life experiences, including the unethical practices that catalyzed his departure from the medical device industry and the existential crisis that realigned his life toward meaningful impact and sustainability. Tim unpacks the rigorous B Corp certification process, its benefits, and challenges and offers invaluable advice for businesses considering this path.
    Join us as Tim envisions a future where every human thrives in harmony with the planet; we explore the intersection of purpose, meaning, and impact in business and provide actionable steps for companies aspiring to make a positive difference in the world. Don’t miss this inspiring episode filled with wisdom, practical insights, and a heartfelt call to action for all changemakers.
    Key Takeaways
    Tim’s life journey shaped his work toward a new way of doing businessHow to navigate the path to becoming a B-Corp, the benefits and challengesWhat to do to prepare well for the B-Corp AssessmentThe historical and philosophical reflections on businessHow to take steps toward purpose and profit, to make a bigger impact
    Memorable Quote
    “If we can demonstrate that B corps outperform business as usual, which we can. That evidence is now coming in every year overwhelmingly. B corps are outperforming business across all metrics.”
    - Tim Jones
    Episode Resources:
    Grow Good WebsiteTim’s Linkedin ProfileBook: To B Or Not To B by Tim JonesInfogram: Insights on B-Corp PerformanceB Corp Impact AssessmentSacredChangemakers.comOur Sacred CommunityJayne’s WebsiteJayne Warrilow on Linkedin
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A huge thank you to our Inner Circle members, podcast sponsors, and extended Sacred Changemakers community, all of whom are visible on our website and helping us make a global impact aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.
    Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for...

    • 1 hr
    136. Innovating Imagination: A Social Platform For All with Kieron Bain

    136. Innovating Imagination: A Social Platform For All with Kieron Bain

    Our guest on the podcast today is Kieron Bain, a visionary thinker and the architect behind the innovative blockchain social media network, Panjea. In this episode, Kieron speaks to the problems and challenges inherent within the current social media landscapes and yet not always visible to us as users. Kieron emphasizes the troubling realities of content monetization, the quest for validation, and the altered sense of self these platforms can engender.
    He also shares his journey from a high-powered salesman to conceptualizing Panjea—a now three-year endeavor to rebuild social connections by fostering authentic creativity and putting the power back into the hands of creators. He casts a critical eye on what he describes as the "casino algorithm" pervasive in platforms like TikTok. He proposes a new social engagement model using blockchain that democratizes governance and distribution through a very different design, functionality, and remuneration model that mirrors the human mind's structure. As you will hear, Kieron is creating Panjea to operate on a unique economic model that includes a subscription and pay-to-post system, returning 90% of revenues to creators.
    Join us as we explore Kieron's vision for Panjea to harmonize technological abundance with societal healing, pivoting towards a more human platform that values individuals and their unique stories. And prepare to be inspired by a conversation that challenges the status quo and reimagines the potential of digital spaces to unite rather than divide.
    Key Takeaways
    Kieron’s unique life journey from improv comedy to high-powered sales that planted the seeds for his work todayThe hidden issues with today’s social media landscapeA new vision for social media democratized for all and the benefits to individualsEmpowering voices and creativity through social relationships and humane technologyHow decentralizing social media is good for everyone
    Memorable Quote
    "I get this very deep sense that everything that we need to know about life is already encoded inside us through our emotions and our love.”—Kieron Bain
    Episode Resources:
    Kieron’s website: PanjeaKieron’s Linkedin ProfileSacredChangemakers.comOur Sacred CommunityJayne’s WebsiteJayne Warrilow on Linkedin
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A huge thank you to our Inner Circle members, podcast sponsors, and extended Sacred Changemakers community, all of whom are visible on our website and helping us make a global impact aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.
    Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, business owners, leaders, and conscious humans) who want to build a business that resonates with their soul. 
    Together, we are making a meaningful difference in our...

    • 51 min
    135. Towards Human-Oriented Business with Bruno Cignacco

    135. Towards Human-Oriented Business with Bruno Cignacco

    Our guest on the podcast today is Dr Bruno Roque Cignacco (PhD) is a TEDx speaker, researcher, and business consultant. For over 30 years, he has advised and trained hundreds of companies on international marketing and other business topics. He is a university professor at several institutions in UK. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA - UK).  His new book is titled "The Art of Compassionate Business" (2nd Edition, Routledge).
    Today’s discussion revolves around the transformational concept of human-oriented business, emphasizing how fostering a compassionate workplace leads to remarkable benefits such as increased productivity, creativity, and overall employee satisfaction. Bruno shares insightful anecdotes and research-backed evidence to illustrate that when businesses prioritize empathy, generosity, and genuine connection, they see an uplift in their performance metrics and contribute positively to society at large.
    Listeners will be inspired by Bruno’s vision of businesses that operate on principles of compassion and his practical advice for integrating these practices into everyday business operations. The dialogue dives deeply into how inspired changes in workplace culture can significantly affect employees' emotional, mental, and social well-being, leading to a more dedicated and harmonized workforce. We explore how simple acts of kindness and understanding can create profound changes, making the case that the path toward commercial success and ethical business is desirable and essential in today’s turbulent world. Tune in to discover how you can contribute to this meaningful shift in the corporate landscape.
    Key Takeaways
    Bruno’s personal journey from accounting to compassion in businessHow to balance business metrics and human valuesThe benefits of diversity in the workplaceBecoming a leader who embraces compassion in daily interactionsHow the research underscores the benefits of the new paradigm
    Memorable Quote
    “Is your mission only economically based? This means that you focus only on profit and getting more market share, OR can you have a much much broader mission that includes social impact and environmental impact so that your employees can see with each of the tasks that they perform every day that they're contributing to your mission?”—Bruno Cignacco
    Episode Resources:
    Bruno’s WebsiteBruno’s LinkedinBruno’s TED TalkBOOK: The Art Of Compassionate Business: Main Principles For The Human-Oriented Enterprise by Bruno CignaccoSacredChangemakers.comOur Sacred CommunityJayne’s WebsiteJayne Warrilow on Linkedin
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A HUGE thank you to the members of our Inner Circle, who are our podcast sponsors, and also our extended Sacred Changemakers community, who are helping us to make a global impact aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, all visible on our website.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate,...

    • 1 hr 5 min
    134. Storytelling For A Better World with Tamika Bickham

    134. Storytelling For A Better World with Tamika Bickham

    134. Storytelling For A Better World with Tamika Bickham
    Today our guest on the podcast is Tamika Bickham, an award-winning broadcast journalist and creative director, touting over 15 years in front of and behind the camera. With a track record of hosting and reporting over 3,000 hours of live broadcast TV, and producing/directing over 2,500 videos, Tamika's expertise is undeniable. As the Founder and CEO of TB Media Group, she leads a nonfiction video production studio specializing in crafting long-form, documentary-style content for CSR leaders. Tamika's talent for distilling complex information into engaging, clear, concise visual stories has garnered her recognition, including the ABBY for Best Feature in Journalism and multiple Hermes Creative Awards.
    Tamika is a passionate storyteller and an advocate for a better world. She shares her journey from traditional news to founding TB Media, a platform dedicated to authentic and purposeful storytelling for good. We discuss how storytelling can create connections, inspire action, and influence policy changes toward a more equal and connected society. Tamika emphasizes the importance of sharing authentic and honest stories that elevate mental health and well-being and foster community. From the role of storytellers in media and the pitfalls of the 24-hour news cycle to the quest for authentic content in the digital age, we'll discuss the responsibilities of being a changemaker in the storytelling world.
    This conversation is not just about the power of narratives to move people emotionally but also to move them into action, for you as our listener to recognize the value of your own voices and the stories you carry. So join us as we unpack these insights and look at how small businesses and change-makers can harness storytelling to inspire emotion and meaningful change. It's an episode that challenges us to rethink the stories we consume, create, and share for a better world.
    Key Takeaways
    How storytelling connects people and amplifies social impact.How honest stories can show us what it means to be human sharing compassion and kindnessThe challenges of big media and its emphasis on ratings lead to sensational coverage.How to share stories that move people into actionHow to be authentic in telling diverse, connected stories that can amplify your social impact message
    Memorable Quote
    “I think most journalists get into the media, not just because we wanna be on TV or because we wanna be a public figure, but because we understand and value the importance of giving voice to those who are voiceless and the power that comes with telling real-life stories.”—Tamika Bickham
    Episode Resources:
    TB Media Group WebsiteTamika’s Linkedin ProfileTamara’s InstagramSacredChangemakers.comOur Sacred CommunityJayne’s WebsiteJayne Warrilow on Linkedin
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A HUGE thank you to our Inner Circle members, our podcast sponsors, and our extended Sacred Changemakers community who are helping us make a global impact aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, all visible on our...

    • 59 min
    133. Sacred Duty: The Role Of Spirituality In The Workplace

    133. Sacred Duty: The Role Of Spirituality In The Workplace

    133. Sacred Duty: The Role Of Spirituality In The Workplace
    Today’s episode is a little different as I am not just talking with one guest but with a roundtable of 6 guests who are all members of our inner circle and thought leaders in their own right. We’ve chosen a conversation that we hope will help you expand your mindset and perhaps rethink the role of business and what is possible in today’s modern world.
    Our guests on the podcast today are:
    Lynn Rousseau is a seasoned executive and entrepreneur, as well as the CEO and founder of The Conscious Leader, a boutique coaching and consulting company dedicated to raising the conscious awareness of every leader to support intentional, conscious leadership that creates cohesive teams, fulfilling workplaces, successful organizations, and connected communities worldwide. Our specialty is individual and team leadership development for senior executives.  We work with a diverse range of high-growth companies, from technology to established financial institutions, and are focused on developing the CEO and their leadership team.  We help leaders leverage their strengths and transform unproductive habits into new practices that support unparalleled individual, team, and organizational growth. https://theconsciousleader.com/
    Dr. Al Spicer is the CEO and founder of Extraordinary Life, Inc. We are the trusted confidant and strategic advisor for senior-level leaders. We have the conversations with them that they can’t, or don’t, with anyone else. We like to say that we are the river guide helping them navigate the turbulent intersection of where their life, leadership, and legacy meet. Typical challenges we help them solve include people problems, skewed priorities, blind spots, interpersonal skill gaps, and burnout. Learn more at www.ExtraordinaryLife.com
    Tess Cox is the founder of Tess Cox & Associates and an Executive Leadership Coach, Consultant, and Speaker. She specializes in leadership coaching and assists global clients across sectors, including agribusiness, tech, healthcare, hospitality, and more. Her process emphasizes self-awareness, aligning with personal values and purpose, and mastering communication. TC&A has helped many achieve lasting transformation with life-changing outcomes, instilling new mindsets and behaviors for better leadership and personal growth. I've authored several books, including "The Leadership Blueprint," designed to guide individuals in architecting fulfilling careers and lives. http://www.tesscoxandassociates.com
    Crina Ancuta is an Executive coach and co-author of ONE – Your Compass to Living Your One Life to the Fullest. Crina guides business leaders through organizational crises, supporting them to navigate business turnarounds and restructurings with humanity and integrity, to build heart-centered foundations for sustainable growth, and to create a long-lasting legacy they can be proud to leave behind as they live conscious, rewarding personal lives.  https://www.linkedin.com/in/crinaancuta/
    Jo Meadwell brings Ancient Wisdom into today's leadership; She invites Leaders to access, trust, and lead from their intuition. Jo is best known as Executive Leadership Coach, Facilitator, Author, Speaker, and Sacred Changemaker for her groundbreaking work in Values-Based Leadership. In her 30 years of service in this field, she has facilitated the transformation of thousands of leaders and their teams. Jo...

    • 1 hr 16 min
    132. The Soulful Path To A Beautiful Business with Steven Morris

    132. The Soulful Path To A Beautiful Business with Steven Morris

    132. The Soulful Path To A Beautiful Business with Steven Morris
    Our guest on the podcast today is Steven Morris, an ever-curious life-seeker, brand, and culture-building expert, and author of "The Beautiful Business." With over 25 years of entrepreneurial experience, he has served as a trusted advisor to over 3,000 business leaders and evolved over 250 brands and cultures, including giants like Google, Habitat for Humanity, and Disney. His book, "The Beautiful Business," and his widely read blog testify to his consulting expertise in creating unignorable, magnetic, and sustainable companies. His diverse interests, including meditation, fine art painting, surfing, and beekeeping, infuse his work with creativity, soul, and a deep understanding of the human experience.
    In today’s episode, we explore many different themes that weave together the intersection of spirituality, innovation, and sustainability in the context of life and business. Steven makes the profound case that artistry and soul aren't just personal pursuits; they're the bedrock of a genuinely vibrant workplace. We address how these core values shape individuals' and companies' decisions and trajectories. Through a rich and vibrant dialogue, Steven shows us the path to redefining success to encapsulate well-being, environmental integrity, customer contentment, and community impact.
    We discuss the realms of human artistry and their alignment with beautiful business and, in doing so, discover the transformative potential of leadership and culture that organically emerge from this mindset. We'll learn about approaching business with a reverent heart, embracing unseen forces, and nurturing reciprocity in relationships while fostering a sense of connection, belonging, and resilience in the face of uncertainty.
    Steven guides us through the 'three main doors’ of entry to organizational evolution, highlighting how these elements are all needed for authentic, sustainable transformation. This deep conversation captured Steven’s passion for his work, awakening businesses to cultivate and express a better, more human future, making a compelling case for embracing human artistry and imagination to forge business as a force of good in the world.
    Key Takeaways
    Discover what makes a business “beautiful.”How to navigate the unseen forces shaping business and performanceThe power of healing trauma and somatic experiencing in businessExpanding success metrics beyond profitsExplore culture, strategy, and brand as critical, interwoven aspects of effective organizational development.
    Memorable Quote
    “If we only do the upfront work, whatever that upfront work is, and we don't integrate it, and create wholeness within the organization, not just for the individuals, but for the team, then the likelihood of this strategy or initiative growing roots over a period of time - it’s not going to happen.” — Steven Morris
    Episode Resources:
    Steven’s WebsiteSteven’s Linkedin ProfileBOOK: The Beautiful Business By Steven MorrisThe Insights BlogSacredChangemakers.comOur Sacred...

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

Angela Nesbitt ,

Always cutting edge

Jayne always attracts guests who are exploring the outer edges of what’s possible. I always come away having expanded my mind and my hopes plus practical tips that I can take to my clients and my life.

BenKatt ,

Heart-centered and insightful

Jayne’s conversations educate me about meaningful work people are doing around the world and help me clarify my own contributions to my community. Listen in to this library of wisdom!

MelGHF ,

Thoughtful and transformative

This is a great show for people who are looking to be inspired by others and to uncover how they can truly make a difference in their own lives.

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