Life lives in the conversation.
A live FAQ with the founder of #IsThereEnoughPlay Recording
"#IsThereEnough, a conversation about human survival, and is the cofounder of Impact Launchpad, a UK based venture studio for social impact investment, incubation, and development.
Both organizations are co-developing a token designed to underwrite a new, ownerless."
"I say that again, it’s so important that we aren’t in denial, that it’s gonna require something like what Daniel is talking about and for all of us to get engaged. So please don’t listen to this passively, listen to this from the point of view of how can I get involved, whether it’s with.."
"In our conversation, Daniel talks about what it really means to build trust with our family through agreement and understanding. You'll learn how we can give our kids a choice with that trust and that letting them make the wrong choice is okay. We should support..."
"Daniel Matalon was such an inspiring guest the first time around that we needed more so we invited him back to explore in greater detail some of his ideas and concepts for collaboration and sustainability to meet the challenge of having 100% of humanity thrive."
In today’s episode Greg and Colin interview Daniel Matalon. Daniel, an expert in survival economics and social justice, attempts to answer the question “Is there enough?” Listen in to find out more…
"In this episode, Daniel and I discuss what he's adding new to The Conversation, Buckminster Fuller, our warlike conversation type, the most surprising response to the question of "isthereenough?", power, war, common identity, laws and agreement, suffering, the..."
"The question "is there enough?" is like a yeast starter, once you ask the question it expands. Dan aims to meet everyday folk in a place where they can reflect on their identities and their worldviews, opening a space for new collaborations. Enjoy this podcast!"
"Working from a book, a conversation, and a unique social researchexperiment that has taken him to 22 countries, Mr. Matalon isasserting that humanity’s biggest existential threat is not climatechange, tribalism or inequality but our inability to make agreement..."
"Working from a book, a conversation, and a unique social research experiment that has taken him to 22 countries, Mr. Matalon is asserting that humanity’s biggest existential threat is not climate change, tribalism, or inequality, but our inability to foster agreement with each other at the level we require to address our challenges."
"#IsThereEnough campaign, a new conversation about wealth, survival and sustainability that he claims even a 5 year old can have. His upcoming book to be released at the end of the year, suggests that we have an even greater threat to humanity than climate change, and we are about to hear what he thinks that is..."