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What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Spoiler alert: Nothing. This bible verse has endured over the centuries as a reminder that we can't put our price tag on what matters most. Yet, time and again, businesses have put profits above all -- leading our world to the brink of a climate catastrophe, an inequality crisis, and the greatest extinction of other creatures since the dinosaurs (except this time, the meteor is us). Can we align growing returns with the gre ...
 
More than Money is a podcast that creates a conversation community around how to use your values to engage with work and invest your wealth. The podcast is designed in a 12-episode season format. Each episode is produced around two core interview segments sharing a common theme. In this podcast, we explore the following topic areas: (1) business ethics, (2) economic justice, (3) corporate social responsibility, (4) social entrepreneurship, (5) community development, and (6) faith and values- ...
 
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Devin Dabney is a man of many, many hats. He brought all those hats to the podcast to chat about creativity, the intersection of music and climbing, how route setting isn't all about giving people what they want, and sharing authentic feelings through many forms of writing. This is a jam-packed episode about leveling up your creativity. Follow Devi…
 
In this episode, we talk with former Blackrock executive, Morris Pearl, about his crusade to enlist his fellow millionaires to support the idea that even the rich see it in their interest to pay more taxes. Capitalist to the core, Pearl warns critics not to conflate paying taxes and civic duty with the naughty scare-word: socialism.…
 
"Every time you pick up a camera, I urge you to consider how you can use the power of photography in a positive way." This week Lisa takes on the minisode and explores the power of photography - the responsibility photography holds, how sonder relates to the implicit and explicit messages sent by photographs, and how we can be more truthful when cr…
 
Otto Penzler is regarded as the world's foremost authority on crime, mystery and suspense fiction. He founded The Mysterious Press in 1975, which he later sold to Warner Books (1989). He reacquired the imprint in 2010 and it now publishes original books as an imprint at Grove/Atlantic, and both original works and classic crime fiction through Myste…
 
In this episode, we talk with business ethicist Kirk O. Hanson about corporate misbehavior. He and co-author Marc Epstein posit a theory that not only are there bad apples, but there are also bad barrels-- and some industries are just ripe with bad orchards. In their book, Rotten: Why Corporate Misconduct Continues and What to Do about It, they tel…
 
Laura and Will discuss Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Kennedy, Hubert. "Karl Heinrich Ulrichs First Theorist of Homosexuality." Science and Homosexualities. New York: Routledge, 1997. (pp. 26–45). Kennedy, Hubert. "Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich." The GLBTQ Project. New Jersey: Cleis Press, 2004. "Karl Heinrich Ulrichs." The Federal Foundation Magnus Hirschfeld. Be…
 
"The decision to sit down and write a full book... it really came from a craving, a need to purge this story." This week we're joined by former Silicon Valley analyst-turned-storyteller Natasha Buffo. Natasha covers a wide range of topics including finding spirituality in nature, listening to your intuition, slowing down in her outdoor pursuits, ho…
 
In this episode, we talk with one of the world’s leading lawyers for whistleblowers, Mary Inman of Constantine Cannon. Mary tells us the story behind the famous whistleblowers at Theranos and Boeing and offers insight on the often-heroic sacrifices of those who see it as their duty to the common good to stand up for better behavior in business. Mar…
 
There is no doubt that the combination of Covid and what is going on in cities throughout the country has created more than the usual amount of stress in most of us. Add to that politics – not matter what side of the aisle you are on – and you have a recipe for overwhelming stress. With us today to discuss invisible disabilities – and a way to help…
 
Can you hear the jingle bells yet? Iris can! As a self-described holiday fanatic, Iris has delved into research on how holiday shopping will change this year and is here to relay her findings on to you. Find out how shipping delays, online research, local shopping campaigns, and more are changing the landscape for businesses as we head into the fin…
 
In this episode, we talk with UCLA corporate law historian Adam Winkler about that other civil rights movement-- the corporate civil rights movement. Its seems like an apt conversation to have on a business show amidst these dynamic times and this generation's civil rights movement. Move over Pete Seeger, Beyonce, and Z-Ro and make room for Roy Zim…
 
Episode 47 is here and Robert and Jordan are joined by Joe and Paul to look back at a little independent film from 1978 titled "Halloween"! We talk about the legacy of the Halloween Franchise and what it means to each of us, the performances, the direction, the lighting, the lore created in subsequent films, and MORE. Do not miss this very SPOOKY e…
 
We're not sure we could pack more useful information into one episode than Dawn Rae Knoth did in this one! Dawn Rae is a trend, color, and merchandising expert and she joins us to share aaaaaalllll the knowledge. Dawn Rae talks about how color tells a story, how designing must take all bodies into account, how aesthetics play a role in happiness, a…
 
In this episode, our guests talk corporate politics—but not the back-biting, ladder-climbing politics kind. We talk with Dan Ekstein, a leading corporate political strategist and muse about Levi's and Patagonia's call to political action. We also talk with Gabe Rissman, co-Founder of yourstake.org—a data management company that works with investmen…
 
This week's minisode features Lisa's take on the responsibility we have as creatives, how to mesh fine art and design into your creative work, and how branding differs from brand. This is a short & sweet episode for outdoor creatives, marketing managers, or anyone else who needs fired up! Follow us on Instagram: @wheeliecreative View past episodes,…
 
In this episode, we talk with shareholder activism pioneer, Bruce Herbert of Newground Social Investment. Bruce recently brought together an A-list celebrity team from Alec Baldwin, Roger Waters, and Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Williams to make the case that there are Chevron shareholders who believe it is both in the company's interest and the inter…
 
In this episode, we talk with the Father of the Conscious Capitalism Movement, Raj Sisodia. We explore the idea that business has the capacity to be the engine for tremendous positive change on both a personal and societal level. He also reminds us that business, if not practiced in a conscious way, can also be the source of marginalization and exp…
 
In this episode, we talk with Fahmi Quadir, known as the assassin of Wall Street to some, but a hero to us. Fahmi is one of the world's leading short-selling hedge fund managers who looks to use a short investing strategy to achieve alpha... and to focus the world on companies whose demise makes the world a better place. In our conversation, we hea…
 
In this episode, Robert and Jordan are joined by Sarah and Joe to talk about The Invisible Man (2020)! We marvel over Elizabeth Moss' incredible performance and discuss the use of negative space in certain shots. We also dig into the sci-fi elements, the sound design, if the film was successful in building tension or not, and so much more! Be sure …
 
"It's really critical to have people behind the lens that can kind of tease out these nuances in photography." We're joined this week by Eric Arce - freelance photographer, Specialized ambassador, and co-founder of Pedal 2 The People. Eric speaks about infusing BIPOC experience into his photos, how a camera can be both a tool and a weapon, and how …
 
It’s not every day that I get to talk to someone as interesting and, dare I say, enlightened as author Dustin Lawson. I’m excited to announce that today was one of those days! Throughout high school and college, Dustin worked as a lion and tiger trainer at a big cat reservation in Ohio and dreamt of becoming the next Jungle Jack Hannah. Fun fact, o…
 
We're celebrating our 100th (!) episode of Outside by Design with a special minisode! Lisa sits down and reflects on the themes that have come up after 6 years of podcasting and what we have learned about growth from our past guests. This episode covers the chaos of creativity, the evolutionary process, and where we're going from here. Follow us on…
 
"I have always been kind of used to working twice or three times as hard." This week we're joined by Kristin Carpenter - founder/CEO of Verde Brand Communications and host of the Channel Mastery podcast. Kristin shares how she's changed over 20 years of owning her PR agency, her experience running a company as a woman and a mom, and how brand leade…
 
Even though she prefers the written word to communicate, outdoor journalist Amelia Arvesen CRUSHED this conversation! Amelia joins us to talk about what makes a good story, the role of truth in journalism, and why she started the Honing Her Craft newsletter featuring female creatives across all industries. You won't want to miss this episode! Follo…
 
What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Spoiler alert: Nothing. This bible verse has endured as a reminder that we can't put our price tag on what matters most. Yet, time and again, businesses have put profits above all. Can we align growing returns with the greater good? Former investment banker turned business ethicis…
 
Matt Haig is a British author for children and adults. His memoir Reasons to Stay Alive was a number one bestseller, staying in the British top ten for 46 weeks. His children's book, A Boy Called Christmas, was a runaway hit in his own country and has been translated in over 25 languages. His latest novel, The Midnight Library, will be released in …
 
This week Robert, Jordan, Joe, and Paul enter the DC FanDome to breakdown ALL the big news from the event. We discuss everything, including WW84, Gotham Knights, The Suicide Squad, The Snyder Cut, Black Adam, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, and The Batman. We also dig into DC’s Multiverse and talk the ramifications of Flashpoint - and more!…
 
"I want to be the best at what I'm doing and I'm going to put the time in." This week we're joined by designer and illustrator AJ Wiley! AJ discusses his newly launched apparel brand Kumawave, his goal with his art, how TikTok success grew his following, and why artists shouldn't value engagement numbers. Follow AJ: AJ's TikTok @ajwiley.design @kum…
 
"You don't have to know how to do something to start." This week we have TWO guests on the show: Analise Cleopatra and Aly Nicklas, directors of the bikepacking film "Pedal Through." The film follows Analise and friend Dej'uanae Toliver, first time bikepackers, as they head into the Oregon forest led by professional biker Brooklyn Bell. Analise and…
 
We're joined this week by Peggie dePasquale, Associate Director of Wyoming Wilderness Association. Peggie talks about how COVID hit her organization, the challenges of disseminating information in a rural area, and the controversy surrounding wilderness areas and mechanized recreation. This is a perfect Level 3 conversation, listen in! Follow WWA: …
 
In this episode Laura and Will talk about Edward Carpenter and recommend the Okra Project: https://www.theokraproject.com/ [Disclaimer: Some of the sources may contain triggering material.] http://www.edwardcarpenter.net/ecbiog.htm http://rictornorton.co.uk/carpente.htm https://www.theguardian.com/books/2008/nov/01/edward-carpenter http://www.indep…
 
We're joined this week by outdoor photographer Gritchelle Fallesgon! Gritchelle talks about what makes a great photo, why photographing women of color getting rad in the outdoors is her jam, and the less sexy side of photography people don't talk about. Gritchelle is a talented artist and wonderful person to boot! Follow Gritchelle: @gritchelle gri…
 
To post the photo or to not post the photo? COVID-19 has thrown us all for a loop, but especially the outdoor industry. Is it ethical to encourage outdoor adventure these days? What about travel? How can we find a happy medium between promoting healthy adventures and staying safe? Iris dives into these questions in our latest podcast minisode. Foll…
 
This week on the show: athlete, social media manager, and nursing student (!) Alex Pavon! Alex manages social media for Juliana bicycles and focuses on spreading positivity and doing good in the world. Alex chats creativity, content creation during COVID, and adding substance to social media. Follow Alex: @alexjpavon@julianabicycles Follow us on In…
 
"We have to be able to tell our own stories." This week we're joined by Martina Duran, co-founder of Textured Waves. Textured Waves is a collective of women of all shades, riding the waves - founded by BIPOC surfers for BIPOC surfers. Martina talks about their short film "Sea Us Now," her journey of self-acceptance and how it coincides with the oce…
 
This week, Robert, Jordan, Joe and Paul go for a deep dive into 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Ultimate Edition). We compare the Ultimate Edition to the Theatrical Cut, dissect the performances and portrayals of the main characters, and discuss all of the action! We don’t stop there, either, as we take a long hard look at Ben Affleck as…
 
"Integrity is doing what you said you would do when you said you would do it." We're joined this week by Vanessa Faye Foerster, Mental Endurance Coach and triathlete! Vanessa will get you fired up to tackle life's challenges. She talks about building integrity with yourself, how we shouldn't fear failure, and how she's working to diversify the star…
 
Content warning for mentions of sexual abuse against children in the final third. We talk about Dawn Langley Hall and sex-positivity and read and reply to some emails. Will recommends On a Sunbeam, which you can find here . [Disclaimer: Some of the sources may contain triggering material.] David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. "Guide …
 
"I want to be more of a master of some things than a Jack of all trades, master of none." We're joined by freelance illustrator and graphic designer Justine Yeung. Justine shares about her journey to freelancing, the struggles she faces, and how she volunteers her work to make a difference. This is a great episode for those who might be starting ou…
 
This week, Robert and Jordan are joined by Joe and Paul to discuss Zack Snyder's 2013 Superman film "Man of Steel". We discuss the characters, the performances, we dissect the plot and talk controversies surrounding the film that ultimately kicked off the DCEU. All this and more in Episode 43! If you prefer, there is a VIDEO version of this episode…
 
"I've had that experience working for a big company of being like, what goes on in that boardroom? And why does this group of people have so much power over my career and over my life and over this company? Why is it so secretive and why is it all men?" This week we're joined by Alex Hanifin, co-founder of Alpine Start Foods and Women on Boards. Al…
 
Today we're joined by hand lettering artist (and athlete) Chie Tamada! Chie talks about meshing athletics and the outdoors with her creative pursuits, how she approaches brands, and how she feels about talking $$ with clients. Be sure to check out her Instagram to see her incredible work in action! Follow Chie: @chie.tamada chietamada.com Follow us…
 
In this episode Will and Laura discuss Michelle Cliff and Laura recommends Beyond the Pale https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/306061.Beyond_the_Pale [Disclaimer: Some of the sources may contain triggering material.] Barnes, Erin M, and Lily L Miles. “Michelle Cliff.” Voices from the Gaps, 17 Oct. 2004, pp. 1–5., conservancy.umn.edu/bitstream/handl…
 
This week, Robert and Jordan are joined by Joe and Sarah to discuss the Safdie Brothers film "Uncut Gems". We talk about the successful way they built the tension, the characters, and how a modern Jewish family was portrayed. We also dig into Adam Sandler’s incredible performance, and how even in a serious drama where his character is basically rep…
 
"The bicycle is a powerful tool for change all over the world." This week we're joined by Caeli Quinn, co-founder and Executive Director at Climate Ride. Caeli talks about why charitable rides work, how Climate Ride pairs adventure with philanthropy, and how climate justice and racial justice go hand in hand. Follow Climate Ride: www.climateride.or…
 
"I'm not one to wait for others to give me permission." This week we're joined by Latasha Dunston, AKA Jitterbug Art. Latasha speaks about negotiating with brands as an artist, how she broke into the outdoor industry, and how her hard work has allowed her to become a full-time artist. We hope this episode serves to brighten your week as it did ours…
 
This week, Robert and Jordan are joined by Joe to discuss the entire third season of the HBO series, Westworld. The guys talk about the overall season-long narrative, the characters' motivations, the twists, the big bad, the easter eggs, what Season 4 has to offer and everything in between! If you've listened to our previous Westworld coverage, thi…
 
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