PowerPivot Podcast

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content warning: mentions of violence against trans people. “The world is littered in dead and dying things that are so beautiful right now. What I want to give you is comfort, is succor, is a...
An Ani DiFranco song from the ’90s, social media wormholes, and what do we do if Twitter breaks as badly as it might? We all have power. How will we use it to do good?...
Join Leela Sinha in a fascinating and far-reaching conversation with Lauren Elizabeth of Lauren Elizabeth Coaching. Lauren is a pleasure-centered marketing coach & business mentor. She helps purpose-driven coaches, healers and creative business owners prioritize pleasure...
Creating structures is a kindness. Creating consistency is a kindness. If you can hold consistency sufficiently long, then people’s brains settle into that consistency space. Where things take less conscious effort. And then other things...
“Today, there was a rainbow that I forgot to mention to anyone, arcing across most of the sky, beautiful…” Fresh baked bread. Seasonings. The hot oven. A pinch of this… just enough of that… and...
Help the intensives and expansives in your world resolve and avoid conflict by giving the, the language to understand each other, and helping them recognize that their different wants and needs and styles are inherent...
More synchronicity. More yes…and. Less feeling like Sisyphus pushing the boulder up hill. What do you want from your business as an ethical, pleasurable space? First, say what we loved, and then say what we...
There are things we need to normalize- things like water conservation, and the discomfort of growth; and there are things we need to keep from normalizing, or even de-normalize, such as drought, or the slow...
Our adulthood in this late stage of capitalism is not the adulthood our parents knew; the markers of adulthood, if they exist at all, are, for many of us, vastly different than they used to...
“I got thinking about intensives, like I do, and how intensives- we are mostly made of boulders….” Intensiveness, a walk by the sea, the image of Leela as a fairy-tale giant; and the ways in...