Naomi Arnold interviews artist, writer and painting teacher Nicola Newman about how she does gentle business while living and working from a sailing boat!
In many of my conversations with business and life coaching clients, we discuss how they can give back or play a part in contributing to social change. In this post, I therefore take readers through the steps and questions that I ask myself when creating (and updating) my Give Back Policy (or what I prefer to call my Dream For Others® Policy).
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.
When reflecting on my business journey, I’ve felt a constant pull between two sides of my personality – the gentle, sensitive side and the ambitious go-getter. As a result, I’ve learned the hard way how important it is to lean in to my gentle nature. In this article I share seven lessons I’ve learned the hard way!
Naomi discusses her complicated history with exercise and how she’s made time for it as a busy entrepreneur while juggling motherhood, homelife and her Master of Human Rights.
Read about Naomi’s experience with Marie Forleo’s B-School as well as her 2018 B-School Affiliate Bonus (which includes access to the Gentle Business Mastermind).
Dream For Others Ambassador spotlight: Read Naomi’s interview with Peter Woolf, a member of our Dream For Others Ambassadors Community.
While interviewing Desiree Adaway on the Dream For Others podcast, she invited the white folk listening to undertake a challenge – to commit to reading books written by People of Colour only for the next six months. As an Australian, I will be reading 12 books by Indigenous Australian authors. Want to join me?
Megan Dalla-Camina discusses personal leadership, entrepreneurship, helping women rise and how to make a difference on the Dream For Others podcast.
Mel Yeates from A Girl, Her Car + Her Guitar talks about raising $100,000 for Love Your Sister and beyondblue by roadtripping + busking around Australia.
Charlie Syme (B-Lab) discusses how we can use the power of business for good and his belief that anyone can play a positive role in shaping a better world.
Feminist consultant, co-founder of Whole/Self Liberation and host of the Real Feminist Stories podcast, Cameron Airen, discusses feminism, gender and oppression on the Dream For Others podcast.
Coach, writer and speaker Desiree Adaway leads difficult conversations about gender, class and race on the Dream For Others podcast.
Naomi Arnold talks to Andréa Ranae (founder of Coaching As Activism) about integrating the personal development and social justice worlds.
Naomi announces that she is now officially a certified B Corporation, explains what this means exactly, and how you can become one too.
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.
Part 5 of Dr Geoff Arnold’s (a.k.a my Dad) blog post series on spirituality, death and living with a terminal diagnosis.
Dr Geoff Arnold (a.k.a. my Dad) continues with Part 4 of his writings on spirituality, death and living with a terminal diagnosis.
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.