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S1E5 Reflections from Finn - September 2020

The Regenerative Livelihood Podcast

Release Date: 09/11/2020

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In today's episode I'm flying solo for the first time with a stream of consciousness-style format. I wanted to create some space in my publishing schedule to reflect on the journey of putting this work in the public domain, and I wanted to share these reflections with you.

 

In these musings, I cover the need for us all to work deeply and search for our own authentic selves whilst also searching for our regenerative livelihood; in fact, they are inseparable paths. I also try to power home that this community right here - yes YOU there in the audience with the funny hair - needs to be taking itself more seriously than ever as we face up to the challenging and terrifying narratives that dominate and domineer the public sphere. As earth repairers, as community builders and as storytellers, we need to knit together closely and weave a new and undeniably more compelling vision for society that goes far beyond 'problem solving'.

 

As ever, I'd love to hear your thoughts in the Facebook group.

 

Music credit:

Mike Love - Permanent Holiday