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Christine Finley

Christine Finley has one rule when you meet her: please don’t call her Christine. But beyond that, everything goes for Finley, a magnetic and energetic artist turned social activist who is dedicated to creating scalable impact through paint.

by David Passiak

November 15, 2017

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Dumeetha Luthra

Dumeetha Luthra knows a great deal about storytelling. She dedicated years of her life to reporting about war and conflict, traveling to the darkest corners of Afghanistan and Iraq as a BBC correspondent.

by David Passiak

October 25, 2017

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Soren Rose

Towering at 6’4”, Rose examines the world around him with a keen attention to detail that permeates everything he touches: cabins, workspaces, homes.

by David Passiak

October 15, 2017

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Tobias Peggs

Even if there’s two feet of snow outside, there can still be perfect growing conditions inside. That means we can grow real, tasty food all year round.

by David Passiak

October 8, 2017

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Robin Sosnow

When it comes to the law, what does it mean to tap into the power of the crowd? For lawyer and entrepreneur Robin Sosnow, it means innovation.

by David Passiak

October 1, 2017

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Alexandre Tannous

To understand sound is to answer the most profound questions about consciousness: Who am I? What is love? What is God? What is human experience?

by David Passiak

September 26, 2017

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Entrepreneurship with Lisa Wang

For every successful woman, there is a group of other successful women who have their back.

by David Passiak

May 6, 2018

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Always in Neverland —
The Tale of a Farmer Named Andrew Kluger

“It's a better day when you have to wake up early and do something that —before you do it— seems impossible.”

by Genevieve Kim

July 4, 2018

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The Deepest Part of You Is Perfect

A Conversation with Psychologist and Author Dr. Neal Goldsmith Ph.D

by Bibi Deitz

February 8, 2018

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The New Paradigm

It’s time to de-program ourselves from the mainstream ideology which tells us violence and war are normal and inevitable

by Daniel Pinchbeck

April 18, 2018