7 episodes

Sarah Wilson speaks with the world's Big Minds about living a more beautiful and fired-up life. 

Through deep conversations with philosophers, celebrities who live at the edge and leading gurus she’s met on her 10-year nomadic journey, Sarah will explore the issues keeping us all awake at night, including climate change, loneliness, disconnection and capitalism. She and her guest will uncover new ways to radically love and save our “one wild and precious life” on this planet and learn practical techniques for doing so. 

Because the time is now, right?

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 9 Ratings

Sarah Wilson speaks with the world's Big Minds about living a more beautiful and fired-up life. 

Through deep conversations with philosophers, celebrities who live at the edge and leading gurus she’s met on her 10-year nomadic journey, Sarah will explore the issues keeping us all awake at night, including climate change, loneliness, disconnection and capitalism. She and her guest will uncover new ways to radically love and save our “one wild and precious life” on this planet and learn practical techniques for doing so. 

Because the time is now, right?

    Rutger Bregman

    Rutger Bregman

    Rutger Bregman reckons we're kinder than we think we are. 

    He's a Dutch journalist and international best-selling author of Humankind: A Hopeful History, a book that lights a fire under the idea that humans are inherently selfish and doomed to self-destruct. 

    Rutger speaks with Sarah about hope, calling out billionaires for not paying enough tax and what our society could look like if we simply - and wildly - chose to trust each other more.

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    • 45 min
    Margaret Klein Salamon

    Margaret Klein Salamon

    Margaret Klein Salamon knows she will die from climate change.

    She is a climate psychologist and Founder & Board President of The Climate Mobilization, a US organisation that has seen almost 2,000 governments worldwide declare a climate emergency.

    Margaret speaks with Sarah about being in her early thirties and grieving for the future she won't have, moving past grief into action and why learning from World War ll makes her feel hopeful about the climate emergency. 

    Warning: this is a confronting episode, but very, very real and important.

    You can take part in Margaret's Let’s Talk about the Climate Emergency project via www.ClimateAwakening.org

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    • 50 min
    Introducing A Life Of Greatness with Sarah Grynberg

    Introducing A Life Of Greatness with Sarah Grynberg

    We all yearn to live a great life, but what does that actually look like and how can we all lead one? In A Life Of Greatness, host Sarah Grynberg speaks with thought-leaders, sports legends, entertainers, best selling authors and inspiring spiritual minds as they explain how they have overcome challenges, conquered self limiting beliefs and connected with a deeper sense of self to achieve greatness in their lives, and provide practical tips and advice for how you can too.

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    • 1 min
    Seth Godin

    Seth Godin

    Seth Godin is a one of the world’s most famous marketing gurus, a serial entrepreneur, the author of 19 bestselling books and believes in the ‘magical responsibility’ of being a creative who gives.

    Seth joins Sarah Wilson to talk about how the climate emergency needs a marketing makeover…and how giving is the secret.

    This is Sarah's article about first meeting Seth in 2010: https://www.sarahwilson.com/2010/05/sunday-life-in-which-seth-godin-gives-me-a-gift/

    This is Seth's blog about the problem with marketing global warming that he mentions in his chat with Sarah: https://seths.blog/2006/03/the_problem_wit-2/

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    • 37 min
    David Pocock

    David Pocock

    David Pocock retired from professional sport at the height of his career to devote his life to the climate crisis.

    He was the captain of the Wallabies, the only Australian player to be included in World Rugby's team of the decade, but - wildly - chose to leave it all behind to lead activist projects here and in Africa.

    David talks with Sarah Wilson about grief, the sadness that comes from facing the climate reality, why Australian men aren’t waking up and the how and why of his wild decision. 

    The following books shaped David’s activism and he’d like you to recommend them to you:
    Living Between Worlds - James Hollis
    Food Fix - Mark Hyman
    Finding Resilience - Brian Walker
    Everything is Spiritual - Rob Bell
    The Will to Change - bell hooks
    A Life on Our Planet - David Attenborough
    Call of the Reed Warbler - Charles Massy

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Sia

    Sia

    Sia doesn’t drop ideas. 

    She is one of the most gifted and wild creatives on the planet, best known for the hundreds of hit pop songs she’s written for herself, Beyonce, Rihanna and Kanye West, and for being notoriously private, rarely doing interviews. 

    Sia joins Sarah Wilson, however, in an intimate chat to share how she takes her wild creative risks, “runs with an idea”, why she uses medication to support her art (and keep her alive), and the two chat the role of the artist as her debut film Music launches globally.

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    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

anacristinaz ,

Wild!

Thank you so much for having Sia!

wami84 ,

Thank you and a request

I really love everything that Sarah Wilson does, I love the way her mind works, the questions she asks and the journey she takes to get there and I am grateful that she takes us on these journeys with her. I do have one request and I make this request as an observation I’ve made from following her work, I ask that you show more diversity and elevate the voices of BIPOC. More often than not the recommendations for books, or people she quotes and or refers to are those of White academics/philosophers/artist etc and I would really love for Sarah to use her platform and this podcast to show more diversity and pass the mic so to speak to people of colour.

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