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This is a podcast dedicated to sustainability.

Latest Episodes

Soil scientist Dr. Matt Helmers explains practical processes for long term soil conservation and water purification.

Interview HighlightsPrairie strips on 10% of the land yield 85 to 95% returns on erosion reduction, phosphorus reduction and nitrogen reduction. How can more people help support, train and educate others on soil conservation practicesSoil loss rates during torrential rainsHow to rebuild the soil and improve organic matter

54 MIN2017 AUG 24
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Soil scientist Dr. Matt Helmers explains practical processes for long term soil conservation and water purification.

Workplace engagement author and psychologist Dr. Paul White explains how workplace engagement helps the community.

Interview highlights:The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace was co-authored by Dr. White and Dr. Gary ChapmanBarriers to workplace engagementInfluence of the workplace on communitySchool mentoring programs

26 MIN2017 AUG 24
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Workplace engagement author and psychologist Dr. Paul White explains how workplace engagement helps the community.

Iowa Nature Conservancy director Jan Glendening highlights the value of building conservation partnerships

Highlights of Jan's interview:1. TNC's soil health strategy for nutrient reduction and sustainable grazing. 2. The practical nature of soil conservation was highlighted in that a small amount of land (1 - 4%) can yield up to 80% nitrogen reduction. 3. TNC's strength in building partnerships with businesses like Dupont and Wells Fargo and communities like Cedar Rapids and Des Moines

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
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Iowa Nature Conservancy director Jan Glendening highlights the value of building conservation partnerships

Sustainability consultant Adam Hammes explains a process for building long-term sustainability initiatives

Adam shared the keys to building sustainable causes:1. The process is applicable on an individual or organizational level. 2. The importance of establishing a foundation based on measured parameters that reflect organizational goals, organizational identity, and what people care about in the organization. 3. Measured parameters can be moved toward their goal overtime. 4. Together these factors can generate sustainable change and sustainable causes for the organizations that Implement them. 5. Emotional intelligence is a key facilitator of the entire process. The details are described in Adam’s book Stress Free Sustainability.

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
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Sustainability consultant Adam Hammes explains a process for building long-term sustainability initiatives

Dr. Joe O'Tool explains how movement, nutrition, and healthy relationships create health

Highlights of the interview with Dr. O'Tool:1. Holistic approach to preventative healthcare including movement, nutrition, and healthy relationships. 2. The importance of community involvement in wellness. 3. Issues that inhibit the widespread practice of preventative healthcare

58 MIN2016 AUG 13
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Dr. Joe O'Tool explains how movement, nutrition, and healthy relationships create health

Professional business coach Monte Wyatt explains how to create sustainable business through sustainable culture.

Interview highlights:1. Creating sustainable business through sustainable culture.2. Summary of a leadership meeting called Live to Lead. Speakers included John Maxwell, the top leadership global expert, Patrick Lencioni, best-selling author and consultant well known for teamwork, Valorie Burton, best-selling author who will discuss resilience, and an interview with Kevin Turner, COO of Microsoft.

57 MIN2016 AUG 13
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Professional business coach Monte Wyatt explains how to create sustainable business through sustainable culture.

Wellness consultant Lorri Kreuscher discusses Shaklee's scientifically tested wellness products

Interview highlights: 1. Lorri shared her personal testimony of how Shaklee products impacted her health journey and how she helps others with Shaklee's strong product line. 2. The Shaklee board of directors includes a Nobel prize-winning scientist 3. Shaklee products have been rigorously tested in scientific studies.

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
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Wellness consultant Lorri Kreuscher discusses Shaklee's scientifically tested wellness products

Meredith wellness director Tim O’Neil explains the keys to workplace wellness success

Interview highlights:1. He explained the keys of workplace wellness at Meredith Corporation which has an award winning program. 2. Meredith’s 97% participation rate is due to a combination of factors such as financial incentives for medical insurance, personalized programs and a holistic approach. 3. A variety of different programs usually leads people toward wellness; not any one program. Tune in to see how you can get started yielding returns on healthy workplace.

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
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Meredith wellness director Tim O’Neil explains the keys to workplace wellness success

Susan Bunz, Executive Director of Meals from the Heartland, explains how to maximize volunteerism

Interview highlights: 1. How Meals from the Heartland (MFTH) can become your first volunteer experience. 2. MFTH is ideally suited for bringing together a wide variety of volunteers from throughout the community and for increasing volunteerism. 3. How MFTH can serve as a model for volunteerism4. How MFTH is a community leader 5. How organizations can hold on-site packaging events with support from MFTH.

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
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Susan Bunz, Executive Director of Meals from the Heartland, explains how to maximize volunteerism

Steve Siemens, former International President of Kiwanis shares how community groups can work together

Interview highlights:1. Keys to long-term personal change including simplification of the process of change, focusing on manageable steps to change and maintaining perspective. 2. Stories from the community work that Kiwanis does including the Miracle League and the upcoming Priority One brain health conference.

61 MIN2016 AUG 13
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Steve Siemens, former International President of Kiwanis shares how community groups can work together

Latest Episodes

Soil scientist Dr. Matt Helmers explains practical processes for long term soil conservation and water purification.

Interview HighlightsPrairie strips on 10% of the land yield 85 to 95% returns on erosion reduction, phosphorus reduction and nitrogen reduction. How can more people help support, train and educate others on soil conservation practicesSoil loss rates during torrential rainsHow to rebuild the soil and improve organic matter

54 MIN2017 AUG 24
Comments
Soil scientist Dr. Matt Helmers explains practical processes for long term soil conservation and water purification.

Workplace engagement author and psychologist Dr. Paul White explains how workplace engagement helps the community.

Interview highlights:The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace was co-authored by Dr. White and Dr. Gary ChapmanBarriers to workplace engagementInfluence of the workplace on communitySchool mentoring programs

26 MIN2017 AUG 24
Comments
Workplace engagement author and psychologist Dr. Paul White explains how workplace engagement helps the community.

Iowa Nature Conservancy director Jan Glendening highlights the value of building conservation partnerships

Highlights of Jan's interview:1. TNC's soil health strategy for nutrient reduction and sustainable grazing. 2. The practical nature of soil conservation was highlighted in that a small amount of land (1 - 4%) can yield up to 80% nitrogen reduction. 3. TNC's strength in building partnerships with businesses like Dupont and Wells Fargo and communities like Cedar Rapids and Des Moines

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
Comments
Iowa Nature Conservancy director Jan Glendening highlights the value of building conservation partnerships

Sustainability consultant Adam Hammes explains a process for building long-term sustainability initiatives

Adam shared the keys to building sustainable causes:1. The process is applicable on an individual or organizational level. 2. The importance of establishing a foundation based on measured parameters that reflect organizational goals, organizational identity, and what people care about in the organization. 3. Measured parameters can be moved toward their goal overtime. 4. Together these factors can generate sustainable change and sustainable causes for the organizations that Implement them. 5. Emotional intelligence is a key facilitator of the entire process. The details are described in Adam’s book Stress Free Sustainability.

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
Comments
Sustainability consultant Adam Hammes explains a process for building long-term sustainability initiatives

Dr. Joe O'Tool explains how movement, nutrition, and healthy relationships create health

Highlights of the interview with Dr. O'Tool:1. Holistic approach to preventative healthcare including movement, nutrition, and healthy relationships. 2. The importance of community involvement in wellness. 3. Issues that inhibit the widespread practice of preventative healthcare

58 MIN2016 AUG 13
Comments
Dr. Joe O'Tool explains how movement, nutrition, and healthy relationships create health

Professional business coach Monte Wyatt explains how to create sustainable business through sustainable culture.

Interview highlights:1. Creating sustainable business through sustainable culture.2. Summary of a leadership meeting called Live to Lead. Speakers included John Maxwell, the top leadership global expert, Patrick Lencioni, best-selling author and consultant well known for teamwork, Valorie Burton, best-selling author who will discuss resilience, and an interview with Kevin Turner, COO of Microsoft.

57 MIN2016 AUG 13
Comments
Professional business coach Monte Wyatt explains how to create sustainable business through sustainable culture.

Wellness consultant Lorri Kreuscher discusses Shaklee's scientifically tested wellness products

Interview highlights: 1. Lorri shared her personal testimony of how Shaklee products impacted her health journey and how she helps others with Shaklee's strong product line. 2. The Shaklee board of directors includes a Nobel prize-winning scientist 3. Shaklee products have been rigorously tested in scientific studies.

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
Comments
Wellness consultant Lorri Kreuscher discusses Shaklee's scientifically tested wellness products

Meredith wellness director Tim O’Neil explains the keys to workplace wellness success

Interview highlights:1. He explained the keys of workplace wellness at Meredith Corporation which has an award winning program. 2. Meredith’s 97% participation rate is due to a combination of factors such as financial incentives for medical insurance, personalized programs and a holistic approach. 3. A variety of different programs usually leads people toward wellness; not any one program. Tune in to see how you can get started yielding returns on healthy workplace.

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
Comments
Meredith wellness director Tim O’Neil explains the keys to workplace wellness success

Susan Bunz, Executive Director of Meals from the Heartland, explains how to maximize volunteerism

Interview highlights: 1. How Meals from the Heartland (MFTH) can become your first volunteer experience. 2. MFTH is ideally suited for bringing together a wide variety of volunteers from throughout the community and for increasing volunteerism. 3. How MFTH can serve as a model for volunteerism4. How MFTH is a community leader 5. How organizations can hold on-site packaging events with support from MFTH.

60 MIN2016 AUG 13
Comments
Susan Bunz, Executive Director of Meals from the Heartland, explains how to maximize volunteerism

Steve Siemens, former International President of Kiwanis shares how community groups can work together

Interview highlights:1. Keys to long-term personal change including simplification of the process of change, focusing on manageable steps to change and maintaining perspective. 2. Stories from the community work that Kiwanis does including the Miracle League and the upcoming Priority One brain health conference.

61 MIN2016 AUG 13
Comments
Steve Siemens, former International President of Kiwanis shares how community groups can work together