Episode 7: Determining and Meeting Needs

In this episode Jen Cohen poses a simple question: What is enough?  We’ll hear how she helps corporate executives answer it with profound consequence.  And Caroline Woolard, an artist and community organizer whose work points to a world where the key to abundance is each other.  

Original Broadcast: Sept 24, 2016

Episode 6: Public Services Reinvented

In this episode we meet two women who have taken matters into their own hands by applying ingenuity to what many assume are intractable problems. Stephanie Rearick not only found a way to improve her quality of life while emancipating her enslavement to money, she is redefining justice in her community—all through something called time banking. And Cornelia Wathen, whose discovery of the riches in service, empowered her to start a holistic health center here in the Hudson Valley that’s free of charge.

Original Broadcast: July 30, 2016

Episode 5: Globalization

In this episode we hear the tragic story of globalization’s impact on a remote region in the Himalayas. Helena Norberg-Hodge, linguist, author and organizer has made it her life’s work to bring its lessons to a wider world. And Ed Whitfield, a community activist in North Carolina, who’s showing that locally owned businesses, can triumph over the poisonous effects of corporate indifference and racism.

Original Broadcast: June 25, 2016