Leesa Renee Hall – a writer, storyteller and diversity advocate – discusses creating change through writing, the different types of activism, being a highly sensitive person (where some dogs barking on the street helped demonstrate Leesa’s point – which we decided to not edit out to be real and show this haha), and more.
Alan Crabbe from Pozible talks about using their crowdsourcing platform to raise money for your dream for others. He also discusses the process of becoming B-Corp certified and shares information on running an ethical and environmentally friendly business.
Amanda Rootsey from Shine from Within discusses living gently, treading lightly and shining from within on the Dream For Others podcast. We learn how to transition to an eco-friendly wardrobe, live in a sustainable and eco-friendly home, work in accordance with our values, go vegan, and more.
Jana Favero from the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre discusses what we can do to support the plight of those seeking asylum on the Dream For Others podcast.
Actress, musician, director, producer and writer, Bethany Joy Lenz shares her story on using her public profile for philanthropy and her advocacy efforts.
Barrister, human rights & refugee advocate and author, Julian Burnside AO QC, discusses refugees, the arts + political leadership.
Self acceptance champion, activist, author, and non-profit founder Rosie Molinary discusses following your passions, taking care of and accepting yourself, starting non-profits and progressing social injustice and community needs, finding ways to give back, the power of giving circles models, and so much more.
Kamal Minhas, the producer of the Dream, Girl film features on the Dream For Others podcast sharing how we can use film to change the world – and wisdom on other ways to be game changers.
Natalie MacNeil from She Takes On The World (and the author of The Conquer Kit) shares her passion for entrepreneurship and the different ways that we can change the world as entrepreneurs.