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Welcome to Seeds, where we have deep conversations with people making a positive impact with their lives.  Now with more than 300+ interviews and 150,000+ listens...

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Hosted by Steven Moe.  Stay curious. / @nzstevenmoe and @seeds_podcast
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ISSN 2538-1113

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Jul 7, 2024

This was a raw and honest conversation with Rico Gomez about his life story and what has led him to founding Neurofit. 

I really enjoyed the challenges he lays out for us all to think about and consider our true source of value, finding purpose and taking care of ourselves. 

We also talk about mental health, stress,...

Jun 16, 2024

Simone Woodland joined me for episode 397 to talk about her life and the Tākaka Cohousing Project (Tākaka Cohousing | Golden Bay ( which is an amazing example of an innovative project that combines both housing + community + nature + regeneration. 

I’ve been involved with providing...

Jun 8, 2024

This is the audio of an article that I wrote that was just published in The Press on street art and what it says about identity and new stories being told in Õtautahi Christchurch.  The orgins directly relate to Seeds Podcast as I had a conversation on Street Art with Dr Reuben Woods a while ago (here) and always...

Jun 5, 2024

This is the audio of a talk I gave yesterday for Community Governance Aotearoa on the topic of Chairing meetings and with a focus on AGMs.  I do a lot of support for boards, companies, trusts and others in goverance in my work as a partner at Parry Field Lawyers so it was a pleasure to talk on this topic.  In it share...

Jun 2, 2024

Enjoyed this conversation with Neil Ieremia about Black Grace dance company and his life as a choreographer – we start with his childhood and learned about his upbringing, the role of his parents, the impact of a childhood illness and sense of identity from a young age.  We also talk about the origins of Black Grace...