Socially conscious everyday heroes, such as business owners, leaders, thought provokers and your friendly neighbor are making amazing positive social good impacts all around us. In each episode, Cindy J Lin, Co-Founder of Hey Social Good, interviews people who've taken a huge step towards sustainability, giving back, and social good. She digs deep into how making a positive impact on people and the planet gets going and doing like nothing can. Sometimes all we need is a GOOD SMACK to wake us up to the issues facing our world and small steps we can take. From sustainable fashion to upcycling airbags to giving opportunities to school girls in the U.S., India, and Africa, it’s amazing what we can achieve.
Amy Malin’s “True Heart” Web Search Gives Back with Every Single Internet Search You Do
Cause marketing extraordinaire, Amy Malin, launched a search engine, True Heart, that gives 80% of its profits for every internet search to six amazing charities. Every search reforests the Amazon, gives scholarships, alleviates hunger, saves children, and more. But, don’t just hear about True Heart and its amazing mission, you've got to hear Amy’s shocking personal account of her challenges working in the male dominating entertainment industry.
Just about everyone in the US searches up something on the web, whether to look up movie times, find a restaurant, or use Wikipedia. Amy believes this is the easiest and fastest way we can give back and make an impact. Her goal is to donate $1 billion to charities, all with the ease of a search on the web.
Introducing Season 2 of Good Smack for the Planet
We're back with Season 2! Learn what's new, same, and even better in our 2nd Season of Good Smack for the Planet. Hear Cindy J continue her journey to chatting and learning from amazing people working differently, smartly, and passionately to make impact in the world.
A Take-Out Super Entrepreneur Working to Eliminate Trash One Reusable Container at a time.
M’Porte founder, Brian McDonald, fills a big gap in the Take-Out industry. Our love of eating out can be guilt-free as we open up a clamshell filled with yummy, steaming food, and know that one less plastic or styrofoam container is eliminated from our planet. The M’Porte Exchange Program works with local restaurants in California and Hawai’i to offer a community sharing of pre-cleaned reusable containers. Our love for eating out and taking it to-go feels liberating because the meal is placed in stainless steel containers, and the same reusable containers are brought back to a zero waste restaurant to be reused again! Just as amazing is the knowledge that you're eating a take-out meal that hasn’t been sitting in a plastic container for an hour. Wonderfully, you might feel like your grandma just made a delicious Thai dinner because it’s housed in a beautiful stainless steel take-out container. Brian speaks honestly about his own journey of trying to help solve a very, very big problem without letting all the obstacles get in the way. Now, that’s a seriously, socially conscious entrepreneurial spirit at work!
Cindy & Kate Chats Up Wonderful Sustainable & Ethical Gifts for the Holidays
Why are some gifts better than others? Which is more sustainable? Real tree or fake tree? Listen to Cindy J and Kate explain and gush over their favorite sustainable, give back and ethical brands + products perfect for the holiday season! They dive deep into Hey Social Good’s 9 Sustainable & Ethical Gift Guides, where gift giving means smiles and social impact. Visit heysocialgood.com
Part 2 of Lindsay LaShell, A Fearless, Purpose-Driven Marketing Entrepreneur Who Gets It Done Better
This is Part 2 of Lindsay LaShell, a proud woman business owner, who made it work her way, in her own purpose-driven style. In Part 2, she answers that tough question of what she would tell herself five years ago, and if she had imagined the moment she made it. She is a rare breed among the big, wide, world of marketing agencies because she won’t compromise on selling just for the sake of selling. Her motto is “say no to the wrong clients” and in doing so, she shows that building a social good business works all day long.
A Fearless, Purpose-Driven Marketing Entrepreneur Who Gets It Done Better
Listen to a proud woman business owner, Lindsay LaShell, who made it work her way, in her own purpose-driven style. She is a rare breed among the big, wide, world of marketing agencies because she won’t compromise on selling just for the sake of selling. Lindsay embodies the words, authenticity and transparency. And in the world of marketing, that in itself is a unicorn. Her motto is “say no to the wrong clients” and in doing so, she shows that building a social good business works all day long.
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I really loved the podcast with marine biologist who talked about our trash problem and what we can do in our life to help.
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Super insightful!! I loved how they touched on all sorts of aspects
Fantastic Conversations from an Impactful Company
I am so excited HOVE Social Good came out with a podcast! If you’re looking for the most knowledgeable team to help you make better choices as a conscious consumer, this is the only resource you’ll need!