Episode 12: Buddhist Economics with Dr. Clair Brown

In episode 12, Aimee and Laura speak with UC Berkley Economics Professor Dr. Clair Brown about her book Buddhist Economics: An Enlightened Approach to the Dismal Science. This conversation invites listeners of all backgrounds to imagine an ideal future that benefits all rather than a select few. More Info On…

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Episode 11: An Activist Journey

Aimee and Laura interview Adair Kovac, the Good Grief Network’s Utah organizer. Tune in for a heartfelt conversation about their path to activism, their journey, how each of us can get involved in our community, and the importance of self-care. While we sometimes need a break after advocating for a…

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Episode 10: Boo! Leveraging Fear with Courage

Aimee and Laura talk about what scares them, they share insights and tools for how to combat fear, shine light on our inner-shadows, and the importance of civil discourse.   Support Us Good Grief Network Wishlist: http://a.co/3BwEwCe Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/GoodGriefNetwork Buy GGN A Cup Of Coffee: www.ko-fi.com/goodgriefnetwork Follow Us On Social Media: Twitter: @GoodGriefNetwk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/goodgriefnetwork/…

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Episode 9: Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants

Aimee and Laura chat about their second week on the road where they presented at the Uplift Climate Conference in Albuquerque, NM. They were joined by a reporter, Avi Scher from NYC, where they presented practices and tactics for build community and psychosocial resilience. They chat about entering the flow state,…

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Episode 8: The Hard Stuff

Laura and Aimee discuss Aimee’s recent vision fast and how we must train ourselves to do difficult things to make ourselves better people and our world a better place. SUPPORT US Good Grief Network Wishlist: http://a.co/3BwEwCe Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/GoodGriefNetwork Buy GGN A Cup Of Coffee: www.ko-fi.com/goodgriefnetwork Follow Us On Social Media:…

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Episode 7: Conflict as an Invitation to Go Deeper

Aimee and Laura dive into what it means to fall short of our individual ideals and how to use mistakes as an opportunity for deeper connection rather than sources of shame and isolation. RESOURCES Upstairs/Downstairs Brain: http://momentousinstitute.org/blog/upstairs-and-downstairs-brain Daniel Kahneman. Thinking Fast and Slow. https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Fast-Slow-Daniel-Kahneman/dp/0374533555 Per Espen Stoknes. What We Think About When…

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