The Bankruptcy of the American Dream

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello sports fans! We took just a bit of a break from our vision quest of figuring out exactly what type of economic world would work the best for all of us…but the halftime rest of this pandemic show is over and we’re ready to move forward in earnest. But first, a quick review of … Read more


Georges Branch Lives Matter

Reading Time: 4 minutes I grew up in the second poorest congressional district in America.  The constituents in this district also live shorter lives than in all other ones.  Within this congressional district, I grew up on Georges Branch, Perry County, Kentucky.  This holler is famous for being rough as a cob and historically being the best place in … Read more


Spiritual Leadership in Times of Crisis

Reading Time: < 1 minute Join Sharon Tessandori and Lisa Miller, author of The Heart of Leadership for Women to explore how learning, growth, transformation and fun are possible even during a pandemic.


The elite, the oppressed & the unloved.

Reading Time: 3 minutes The current looting and plundering by those that have been marginalized is coming from a space of unlove.  Just as the looting and plundering by the elite and their political allies has come from a space of unlove for the past 40 years.  This socio-economic rubber banding from one extreme to another has been the … Read more

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Radical Well-Being

Reading Time: < 1 minute Joel and Debra K chat about the four phases of radical well-being: 1. Relinquish the Past 2. Radical Self-Care 3. Aligning to Purpose 4. Taking care of the vessel Listen in and learn how you uplevel your health and happiness. We hope you enjoy! Debra K is the founder, of Well World TV as well … Read more


Economics in the Age of Pandemics: A Safety Net May Be Our Only Choice

Reading Time: 5 minutes This is the third in a series of blogs on Economics in the Age of Pandemics.  In the first blog we developed the idea that the cornerstone concept of any economic system should be human health (we did an informal poll here and this idea was overwhelmingly voted for).  In the second blog we introduced … Read more