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‘Folks for a World that Works’: Danica Apolline

Later than scheduled, due to life-changing moves for the OurNet leadership team, here’s what would have been last Friday’s ‘Folks for a World that Works’ feature, the latest in a series of mini-interviews featuring inspiring people in and around our community. Following on from leadership consultant Justin Featherstone MC, we now talk to Danica Apolline, CEO of the UK’s Conscious Cake Company…

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‘Folks for a World that Works’: Justin Featherstone

People are queuing up to take part in ‘Folks for a World that Works’ – OurNet’s series of mini-interviews featuring inspiring people in and around our community – so we’re going twice-weekly! Following on from laughter yogi Sue Haswell, we now talk to Justin Featherstone a freelance leadership consultant who focusses on pragmatic leadership and ‘followership’ transformation…

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‘Folks for a World that Works’: Sue Haswell

Next up in ‘Folks for a World that Works’ – OurNet’s series of brief, but inspiring mini-interviews featuring fascinating people in and around our community – is Sue Haswell. Following on from last week’s interview with Baraa Kouja, Sue tells us how she blends Laughter Yoga and corporate training with a successful career in PR and marketing, and shares her vision for global functionality…

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‘Folks for a World that Works’: Chukumeka Maxwell

OurNet’s series of brief, but inspiring mini-interviews – ‘Folks for a World that Works’ – feature fascinating people in and around our community. Following on from last week’s interview with Hilary Woollett, we now talk to Chukumeka Maxwell – among many other things a refugee, massage therapist, trainee Buddhist monk and social worker…

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‘Folks for a World that Works’: Hilary Woollett

‘Folks for a World that Works’ is OurNet’s series of brief, but inspiring mini-interviews featuring fascinating people in and around our community. Following on from last week’s interview with Tom Evans, we now turn to Hilary Woollett – former educational psychologist, now ordained Interfaith Minister, Shaman and teacher of A Course in Miracles…

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It’s ON for Lisbon as OurNet announces European Move

OurNet, the Exeter-based initiative that’s planning to transform the way we use and benefit from social media, has announced it’s moving to Lisbon, Portugal.

Both Founder and CEO Michael Brodie as well as Global Community Manager Carl Munson are upping sticks and heading to the Portuguese capital to create an office, which will be home to an expanded development and delivery team.

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‘Folks for a World that Works’: Tom Evans

OurNet’s series of brief, but inspiring mini-interviews – ‘Folks for a World that Works’ – feature fascinating people in and around our community. Following on from last week’s interview with Jazz Rasool, we now talk to Tom Evans – author, meditation guide, creator of mindfulness-based time management and podcast host…

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‘Folks for a World that Works’: Jazz Rasool

‘Folks for a world that works’ is our series of brief, but inspiring mini-interviews that feature fascinating people in and around the OurNet community. Following on from our first interview with OurNet founder Michael Brodie, we talk to Jazz Rasool, creator of ‘Collaboration Literacy’, a way of harnessing an individual’s emotional intelligence for a purpose…

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