Andréa Ranae

Anger, Activism & Action.

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In today's episode, you will learn more about:

  • Feeling a collective level of heartbreak

  • ACTIVISM - what is it really?

  • Spirituality >> Anger + Activism

  • Anger is an indicator, information, wisdom, tool for fuel.

  • Powered by Love, Anger & a vision for Liberation + Grief.

  • “There are so many people in the world that should be more angry. It’s a sign. When we’re’ not in tune with that, we lose our humanity, we lose our opportunity for change, we lose our opportunity for connection with other people that are also angry about the same thing. It’s a shame and we can’t afford it, we cannot afford for people to be void of their emotions.” -ARJ

  • Sharing your anger through activism, how do we still do that with love?

  • Making your work in the world, your activism.

  • “The blaring silence” - when we see injustices and stay silent

  • Q: What change do you really wish to see in your world?

  • Q: Is your work and/or life supporting that change?

  • Politics & being a leader

  • “Learning to take responsibility over your own life does not absolve you from your social responsibility.” -ARJ

  • “We need each other to do well. If there are people down the street from us, that are not well, you’re are not well. If there are people across the world from us that are not well, you’re not well. If our Earth is not well, WE are not well.” -ARJ

  • Action steps.

  • Plus, much more…

Mentions: Desiree Adaway

Episode mention: EP #110 Eden Amadora

Book: The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell 

Blog Post: Why the self-help industry isn’t changing the world

Eric Garner, Mike Brown & Tamir Rice

“If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention.” -Unknown

About Andréa:

Andréa Ranae is a vision-led facilitator and coach who believes that together, we rise. She is deeply committed to doing her part in cultivating a world that works for everyone and does so by placing her work at the intersections of personal growth, social justice and conscious business.

As the creator of Coaching as Activism, she supports people doing transformative work to deepen their impact by taking a critical look at how their work and lives are connected to social change. As the co-founder of Whole / Self Liberation, she offers and uplifts practical tools, resources and wisdom for those who want to make change happen in their lives and communities. As a coach and consultant, she works with entrepreneurs, businesses and organizations that want to be more inclusive and impactful do so through their approach to leadership, their marketing and their company culture. She's a huge fan of #blackgirlmagic, sunsets and veggie burritos.


Visit Andréa online: www.andrearanae.com

www.coachingasactivism.com

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IG: @andrearanaej

FB: www.facebook.com/andrearanaejohnson




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Miki Agrawal

Disruptive Innovation - An inspirational Story of a social entrepreneur

 
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WELCOME TO THE 100TH EPISODE COUNTDOWN!!



In today's episode, you will learn more about:

  • Disruptive innovation that creates a new market, eventually taking over [think: Uber, Airbnb]

  • TABOO conversations or shameful space

  • In the business of the 5 P’s: pizza, period, pee, poop & parenting

  • The mystery of life is: you never know when it’s going to end.

  • The 3 most important pieces for a powerful brand - Miki’s Secret Sauce

  • Her business up-hill battle

  • Favorite quote from Miki in this episode >>

    “I believe the future of entrepreneurship is SOCIAL entrepreneurship - You can’t build a business without having a give back element to it anymore, especially the next generation, who is really concerned with the planet, about the rest of the world and how we truly are the lucky ones who won the lottery of life and it’s our duty to support those who don’t have what we do.” -Miki Agrawal

  • Questioning the status quo and our societal conditioning

  • Plus, much more…

 

About Miki:

Miki Agrawal is a serial social entrepreneur. She was the recipient of The Tribeca Film Festival’s “Disruptive Innovation Award”, she was named “2017 Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum”, “Social Entrepreneur of the Year” by the World Technology Summit, she was one of INC Magazine’s “Most Impressive Women Entrepreneurs of 2016”, Forbes’ “Top 20 Millennials on a Mission”, and made the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine in 2016. Most recently, she was named Fast Company’s Most Creative People in 2018.

She is the founder of the acclaimed farm-to-table, alternative pizza concept called WILD (www.eatdrinkwild.com) with 3 locations in New York City, one in Guatemala and more on the way.

She co-founded THINX (www.shethinx.com), a high-tech, period-proof underwear brand and led the company as CEO to a valuation of over $150 Million and to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies of 2017, all while helping tens of millions of women period better. She also co-founded Icon, a high-tech pee-proof underwear brand that helps women manage light bladder leakage.

She most recently founded TUSHY (www.hellotushy.com), a company that is revolutionizing the American toilet category with a modern, affordable, designer bidet attachment that both upgrades human health & hygiene as well as the environment from wasteful toilet paper consumption. She and her team are also helping fight the global sanitation crisis by bringing clean latrines to underserved communities in India through their partnership with Samagra.

Harper Collins published her first book entitled "DO COOL SH*T" on entrepreneurship and lifestyle design and Hay House is publishing her second book “Disrupt-Her” coming out 2019.

Miki is an identical twin, half-Japanese, half-Indian French Canadian, former professional soccer player, graduate of Cornell University and proud new mama of Hiro Happy.

Visit Miki Online: www.mikiagrawal.com

IG: @mikiagrawal

Coming January 2019

Coming January 2019




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