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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
 / LinkedIn Supported by Parry Field Lawyers

ISSN 2538-1113

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Aug 13, 2022

I'm hosting a new podcast called "Board Matters" which was just released - it has 13 conversations with very experienced Directors on leadership and governance.  We need to upgrade and upskill our governance understanding and I hope this is one small way to help - do you know someone on a Board who is a Director or...

Aug 11, 2022

My conversation with Mau’u Sio Ifopo gave great insight on his life and journey to move back home to New Zealand.  What’s it like to grow up with an identity linking you to Samoa but growing up in Christchurch?  We also talked about young people and mentoring through the great work of Special Friends Sports...

Aug 6, 2022

Really enjoyed this in depth conversation with Preston Hegal all about cultivating community among creatives who are creating Art at the XCHC XCHC (Exchange Christchurch) | Art Space.  We start with his own background and what has shaped his life, life changing moments that led to new realisations and eventually landing...

Jul 22, 2022

Neil wants to help young people to gain financial literacy and does so through MoneyTime.  Before we find out about that initiative and its rollout across New Zealand schools to gamify learning about financial matters, we hear about his life story and background and what has led him to do this work.  Seeds is a project...

Jul 14, 2022

In this conversation with Carey Ewing we hear about his life journey coming from a small rural community to travelling the world and seeing poverty first hand in Africa – what would he do with his privilege?  After discussing his background we also learn about Te Whare Awhero – Hope House, and the work they are...