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Thanks for checking out the Awarepreneurs podcast! My name is Paul Zelizer and I am passionate - you could say obsessed - about the intersection of 3 things: a) conscious business, b) social impact and c) awareness practices. I believe these 3 movements are some of the most dynamic and hopeful movements on our beautiful planet at this time. Around the world. people are discovering how to lead with awareness, have massive positive impact and create businesses that truly are a force for good. ...
 
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Reimagining Justice

Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer

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Welcome to Reimagining Justice - a global podcast for the change makers in law and the first Australian-based podcast shining a light on issues at the intersection of law, social justice and innovation. Join Andrea Perry-Petersen, an Australian lawyer and social justice advocate, as she interviews guests from around the world who have discovered and implemented innovative ways to update the legal profession while improving people’s experience of the law. Andrea brings a unique perspective on ...
 
Super entrepreneur Erik Bergman made 50 million Euros before turning 30. Now he is building Great.com, a company that will give away all its profits to charity. Erik has a strong vision of how organisations will look in the future. Lots of new ideas, none of which he has tested before. Together with his long term friend, the first employee of Great, Emil Ekvardt, “Becoming Great” is exploring personal growth and the challenges of startup life.
 
A podcast born out of an all too familiar frustration; navigating life as an aspiring creative entrepreneur. How do you pay the bills? How do you grow? How did you maneuver through your city? Listen as Duane Jones, Terrence Taylor and Lauren Sears give you an uncensored look at their journey. Changing the Narrative shines a light on life as a creative and provides an open forum for conversation about various topics through their eyes.
 
Join Sandra D'Souza and her guests as they explore the people/trends that are shaping the purpose driven landscape. Running a profitable business and doing good does not have to be mutually exclusive. In fact, the more money you make, the more good you can do in your local communities and beyond. Each week, we will chat with influencers and leaders in this space that are making a difference in their communities and the world, where business is a force for good and where profit meets purpose.
 
There are huge global problems that we hear about on a daily basis, so it’s my goal to explore these with you; to get a deeper understanding of what makes these issues complex, who are the stakeholders involved, and what progress is being made to solve some of these challenges. Together, we’re going to speak with movers and shakers in the business and impact worlds to learn more about their work in creating a better world. We promise to be candid and open to having our views challenged, whil ...
 
The Wealth Gap. Global Warming. Corrupt Politicians. Capitalism is not to blame...but capitalists are. What this world needs are more business owners, executives & shareholders who are willing to take less so that all other stakeholders can participate more equitably. During each episode of The Righteous Capitalists you will meet business owners who are doing just that. You'll learn why and how they run their businesses the way they do, how they differ from the rest of their industry, what t ...
 
Ever wonder about the life and drama of food before it gets into your mouth? After so many depressing food documentaries K80 Jones wanted to make food fun again. She searched far and wide in a quest to meet people changing the world with food as their superpower. You’ll hear first-hand stories from Food Heroes on topics like fair trade food, sustainable farming, turning waste into edible upcycling, and so much more. The conversation is upbeat and friendly. Each episode serves up actionable s ...
 
Powerful Nonsense is a weekly podcast for young entrepreneurs, side-preneurs and creatives. Cem & Wayne's weekly discussions and interviews will give you ACTIONBLE steps for getting ahead in the digital economy. We want this podcast to support students, graduates and anyone else in adapting to the digital economy, one which rewards those who are passionate about pursuing their dreams, constantly learning and making a positive change for themselves and others. Our fortnightly discussions will ...
 
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This is an exciting week because the first ever Propelling Purpose Summit was held in Canada. This summit comes from The Social Purpose Institute and aims to focus in on learning about, growing, and building the social purpose movement in Canadian businesses. I will be sharing some exciting information and details on this new opportunity and my tho…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Vance Roush. Vance is the Founder at Overflow, a platform that creates an opportunity for non-profits to access a larger funding pool through stock donations. Resources mentioned in this episode are: VIVE Church Overflow site Announcement of Series A funding The Awarepreneurs Community Paul's coaching site…
 
In episode no. 68 my guest is serial public sector transformer, Pia Andrews. We discuss: how her pursuit of “truth” led her to the open-source movement and working in policy development; how technological tools relate to our quality of life; ‘open source’ – its philosophy and implementation and the idea of “clever hacks”; how ‘rules as code’ addres…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is James Connor. James is a Fractional CTO, Serial Entrepreneur & Non-profit Advisor. He's also the co-founder of Flexible Sites, an innovative company that uses a Buy One Give One model to help non-profits and social enterprises find technical help and assistance. Resources mentioned in this episode are: Blake Mycosk…
 
November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada! On this podcast, I usually like to highlight business owners who believe business is a force for good and promote the message of profits and purpose, but today's episode is all about profits. The financial side of business is key to success, so I'm going to give you insight into how you can build and …
 
This week is our monthly solo episode with Awarepreneurs Founder, CEO and podcast host Paul Zelizer. Paul shares 3 tips to make your social entrepreneurship marketing easier and more effective. Resources mentioned in this episode are: Lisa Manyon's site Elsie Escobar's site Awarepreneurs site Paul's coaching site…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Ed Tatton. Ed is the COO and Chief Baker at Ed's Bred, a plant based bakery in Whistler, BC, Canada. He is also the main photographer for the company's Instagram page which has 75K+ followers. Resources mentioned in this episode are: Ed's Bred site Ed's Bred on Instagram Consultations with Ed & Natasha The Podcast …
 
In episode no. 67 I speak with Kate Briscoe, of LegalBeagles. The discussion covers: how Kate’s inability to get a job played a part in starting LegalBeagles; how LegalBeagles works today; the large numbers of threads and visitors to the site; the emerging areas of law covered by LegalBeagles; who the volunteers are, what training they undertake to…
 
Nancy Martz, founder of the nonprofit organization, Apples to Zucchini Cooking School, has a mission based on three pillars: cook together, eat together, and clean up together! Realizing that there are two generations that haven't learned how to cook, she started a fun, after-school 'hands on' program in Santa Barbara where kids learn to cook using…
 
October is small business month in Canada, so it’s a great time to recognize the contributions that the Canadian small business sector makes to the overall economy, as well as the local impact they make on their communities. In this episode, I’ll be taking you on a quick dive into the world of small business and how it has been such a pivotal part …
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Dr. Cortland Dahl. Cortland is a Research Scientist at the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Chief Contemplation Officer of Healthy Mind Innovations. Resources mentioned in this episode are: Healthy Minds Innovations site Healthy Minds app Healthy Minds @Work Appreciative Inqui…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Wil Shelton. Wil is the founder of Wil Power Integrated Marketing founded in 1996. It is a full-service consumer engagement company specializing in African American Beauty Salon/Barber Shop Marketing. The company has built a network of 100,000+ shops that it leverages to help get the word out about movies, TV shows…
 
In episode no. 66, I speak with Sonja Ebron, founder of Courtroom5. The discussion covers: Sonja’s personal experience as a litigant and how that relates to her work today; The types of matters Courtroom5 is best (and not!) suited to, who and how it assists; How the patterns in the law support AI, and how that fast-tracks self-represented litigants…
 
In this episode we meet Sumitra Pasupathy, who is the Global Partnerships Director at Ashoka. Ashoka is absolutely legendary in the world of social entrepreneurship. And it's based on the idea that the most powerful force for good in the world is a social entrepreneur. Sumi is a social entrepreneur and the Co-founder and Director of Playeum, an inn…
 
Today, you’ll get to hear from the awesome mother-daughter duo Kim Hickman and Katie Thompson, who are the masterminds behind DIOSA Designs Inc. They share their passion for supporting women and how they do just that with thoughtfully designed, multi-functioning backpacks specifically designed to serve women. They also share many of the lessons and…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Tanay Tatum-Edwards. Tanay is a the Founder and CEO of FreeCap and has nearly a decade of experience building and growing social enterprises. FreeCap is the only ESG data provider with a criminal justice lens. Resources mentioned in this episode: FreeCap site FreeCap report FreeCap's metrics Yasmin Cruz Ferrine int…
 
Today I have a very special guest for you dialling in from Bangkok, Thailand. She leads the incubation programs for young entrepreneurs in over 24 countries at the Youth Co:Lab, an initiative co-led by the UNDP Asia-Pacific and Citi Foundation to economically empower the next generation in the region, through youth entrepreneurship and government i…
 
This week's pod is our monthly solo episode. Awarepreneurs founder and podcast host Paul Zelizer shares tips for optimizing your business performance and strategies for increasing your effectiveness in 5 key areas: your finances, your product-market fit, your marketing, your storytelling and your wellbeing. Resources mentioned in this episode: The …
 
In episode no. 65 I speak with Michael Green SC, Barrister and founder of Barnet. The discussion covers: Open Law and how technology can make information more accessible; Who are custodians of legal information and how to best maintain it for future generations; The importance of libraries, their centrality to the law and the function of a library …
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Justin Ponder. Justin is a professor of African American Studies and Ethnic Studies. He is also an instructor who teaches a certificate program on diversity, equity, and inclusion through the University of Wisconsin School of Business's Center for Professional and Executive Development. He is also Chief Information…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is Dennis Consorte. Dennis is the Founder of Consorte Marketing and is a Digital Marketing & Small Business Expert at Digital.com. He has been in the internet marketing space for almost 20 years. Resources mentioned in this episode: The Great Resignation 2021 article Digital.com site 1and1 Life site Consorte Marketing…
 
In episode no. 64 I speak with Aniket Doegar, CEO and co-founder of HESPL (Haqdarshak Empowerment Solutions Private Limited), a social impact organisation working on easing access to welfare in India. We cover: What Haqdarshak offers to people and how its services are delivered through the most trustworthy channel; The key reasons that people in In…
 
As an executive recruiter, I’ve been having a lot of conversations with parents who are worried about their kids and what the job market will look like for them. So, in this episode, I'm going to share my thoughts on the prospects for careers and the job market for Gen Z, including the paths I’ve seen people taking to succeed, the common themes amo…
 
Our guest this week on the pod is JBthaGreat. JB is the chairman of JBthaGreat International and Founder & CEO of Next Level Mastermind. He has worked as a business consultant and advisor with major brands, small businesses, celebrities, politicians, and non-profit organizations. Resources mentioned in this episode: JB on Instagram Next Level Maste…
 
For you listening, today you will learn: How everybody have values they don't even know about, and how these values secretly runs out lives. How these values are the reasons why we make certain decisions and why we take different actions. And how you by understanding your values better can create lots of meaning in everyday life, get access to more…
 
Abygail and Ashleigh Montague are two of the three sisters who founded Blk Owned HAMONT, an open resource to find and support black-owned businesses in the Greater Hamilton, Ontario area. Their mission is to celebrate, showcase, explore, and support black-owned businesses by creating a sustainable and thriving black-owned economy. In this episode, …
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Ivelyse Andino. Ivelyse is an Afro-Latina health equity innovator born and raised in The Bronx. She is the founder and CEO of Radical Health and a Commissioner on the New York City Commission on Gender Equity. Resources mentioned in this episode: Radical Health site Restorative Circles for Health Forbes article on …
 
In episode no. 63 I speak with Genevieve Wilkinson, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, and Dana Rutner Law and Journalism Student at the University of Technology Sydney and team leader of “Moral Code”, the winning team of 2021 Allens Neota UTS Law Tech Challenge for social justice winning team. We discuss: what attracted Dana to the challenge; the format of…
 
On the pod this week, Awarepreneurs CEO and founder Paul Zelizer shares some thoughts on climate change and social entrepreneurship after the recent "Code Red" report. Specifically, Paul goes into the 3 key areas that social entrepreneurs can actually contribute to moving the climate needle in a positive direction and how we can maintain our sense …
 
Social procurement is something I’ve touched on before, but in this episode, I’ll be going into more detail about how it is done in various industries. You’ll get a glimpse of what social procurement looks like when it comes to different areas of business and get insight into how it can have a huge impact not only on your business, but also on the …
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Warsha Joshi. Warsha is a business mentor to founder CEO's and is driven by a relentless passion for enabling entrepreneurs to achieve their goals. She is also the Co-Creator - with her husband Evan LeClus - of Dare to Scale, an ecosystem for entrepreneurs scaling their businesses. Resources mentioned in this episo…
 
Episode no. 62 is with Lindsay Greatorex, Community Liaison and Education Officer (West Kimberley) with Legal Aid Western Australia (LAWA). We discuss: Blurred Borders - legal resource kits using visual art and storytelling to explain legal concepts in a culturally appropriate way why the kits were developed and how the project got started what sti…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Jennifer Briggs. Jennifer was the lead cultural steward for New Belgium Brewing as the VP of Human Resources. She sheparded the company through multiple growth stages - growing from a regional brewery to an employee owned national brand with 800 employees. Resources mentioned in this episode: The Joy of Movement bo…
 
Today, I am joined by the founders of SideBiz Studio, an online marketplace that showcases products and services offered by the Canadian Arts community. Kelsey Verzotti and Jacob Sheffield started SideBiz just over a year ago, and in this episode, they share how they are encouraging it to evolve as a marketplace and a business. Listen in as Kelsey …
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Gerald Moore. Gerald is the founder of Mission Fulfilled 2030, a social enterprise working to engage 100,000 Black boys in technology careers. Resources mentioned in this episode: Mission Fulfilled 2030 site Tech School for Black Boys Motivate Black Boys book The Podcast Success Team Paul's business coaching site…
 
Episode no. 61 features Dan Jackson, Executive Director and Jules Rochielle Sievert, Creative Director of NuLawLab, Northeastern University School of Law. The NuLawLab is the interdisciplinary innovation laboratory at Northeastern University School of Law. It is one of the first law labs established in the US and its staff, students and stakeholder…
 
There's a world of opportunity to rethink and redesign the way we make things. Unlike the current wasteful industrial model, a circular economy aims to redefine growth, focusing on positive society-wide benefits. Basically, the idea is to eliminate waste and reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the design stage. So, in this episode, I want to share w…
 
Episode no. 60 is with Stephanie Rudolph, Deputy Director of Justfix.nyc. JustFix is an American not for profit which believe all tenants deserve dignified housing - and that technology plays a supportive role in equipping tenants and the housing justice movement with the tools, information, and organizing power critical to this fight for racial an…
 
Our guest today is Renee Devereaux, who serves as Executive Director at EDGE, the impact entrepreneurship hub at Sheridan College. EDGE, in collaboration with partners, provides new and growing ventures with mentorship, learning programs and support to access funding. In this episode, Renee discusses why she sees entrepreneurship as a powerful tool…
 
On the pod this week, Awarepreneurs CEO and founder Paul Zelizer shares some thoughts on burnout and how to make your way through it back to a wholehearted and vital relationship with your business. Specifically, Paul goes into the 4 areas that social entrepreneurs who are experiencing some degree of burnout can explore to identify exactly what's l…
 
While this podcast is typically focused on purpose driven, for-profit businesses, I am currently working on a project geared toward non-profit organizations, and the concept of purpose is relevant there, as well. I came across an article entitled “The Four Principles of Purpose Driven Board Leadership,” and one of the main questions asked is whethe…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Day Schildkret. Day is internationally know for Morning Altars and has inspired thousands of people of all ages across the globe to be aware with impermanent earth art. Buzz Feed calls Morning Altars, "a celebration of nature and life." Morning Altars workshops have been taught at Google, the 9/11 Memorial Plaza, t…
 
Episode no. 59 is with Nicole Bradick, Founder and CEO of Theory and Principle. Our discussion covers: Nicole’s journey from civil rights trial lawyer to CEO of a design and development company; Why 2018 was the right time to start Theory and Principle; Whether Theory and Principle responds to or creates a legaltech market; Why the Mission statemen…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Anna DeShawn. Anna is a Chicago born media professional and social entrepreneur. She is the founder of E3 Radio, an online radio station that plays queer & independent music. Resources mentioned in this episode: E3 radio site The Qube Indiegogo campaign The Podcast Success Team Paul's business coaching site…
 
Today we will talk about "long-term thinking". What does it even mean to "think long term" and how can you listening apply it in your life? What are the small practical ways to use "long-term thinking" today to make sure your life gets better? We will teach you how to use long-term thinking to solve everyday problems like: - What should I eat today…
 
We often discuss finding purpose within your business, but what about the desire to find purpose in your personal life too? After the year we have had, a lot of people are re-evaluating what is important to them—where they want to reside, the kind of work they pursue, and the people they surround themselves with. So in this episode, I'll be discuss…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Donnie Hill. Donnie is a business strategist who works with impact leaders, entrepreneurs and strategic advisors to build their thought leadership platform, stand out in their industry and maximize their impact, brand and legacy. Resources mentioned in this episode: Donnie's site Donnie's services Irene Lyon's site…
 
As the world begins to come out of lockdown and things start opening up, it’s worthwhile to take a moment and think of all the local small or medium businesses that have struggled throughout these tough times. Now that we can actually go places again, at least in limited numbers, we need to make an effort to actively support these local businesses.…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Noora Sharrab. Noora is the co-founder and CEO of Sitti, a social enterprise that aims to empower and restore hope to refuge women through the making of olive oil soap and other timeless products. Resources mentioned in this episode: Sitti site Sitti subscription program About Sitti The Podcast Success Team Paul's …
 
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