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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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Sep 28, 2020

James founded Blue Cradle which is a social enterprise founded to make ocean science and research accessible for all.  James shares with us about his life and growing up in Europe, what led him to get into diving and how he combines his love of the ocean with telling stories.  James is in New Zealand as an EHF Fellow so...

Sep 26, 2020

Audio of session on the "Sprinting for Good" report which captures the co-design process used to develop the National Action Plan for Community Governance and provides insights into the potential application of co-design in the community sector.  This launch was held on 25 September 2020.

In this session Dr Jo Cribb...

Sep 24, 2020

Tim Jones sits down with me for a discussion on house prices based on this article I recently wrote for Spinoff:

Check out Tim's site and links are there to his Podcast:

In Pursuit of Purpose...

Sep 21, 2020

What is the Not So Redundant Club?  In this interview Jessie explains more about what it is and why she started it as well as providing background on her life and journey so far.  One of the key themes that came through in this was community in various guises and I really enjoyed this conversation.  I've known Jessie...

Sep 19, 2020

Chris shares his life journey in this interview.  We learn all about his childhood, what it was like losing his Father at age 16, how he rediscovered again his Māori culture as a young adult, studying technology and founding IT startups and then joining Vodafone in Christchurch and what he does today working in a...