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Our Voices Matter Podcast

A Society, Culture and Business podcast
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This podcast is devoted to empowering us all to better understand each other's differences...one story at a time. Emmy Award-winning journalist, Linda Lorelle, guides guests through insightful, unexpected conversations that reveal our common humanity. This show is not about politics; it is about finding a way to reclaim civility in the context of the contentious times in which we live, by sharing our personal and professional stories, in hopes that others might find a glimpse of themselves.This launch episode with Neil Bush was recorded on October 31, 2018, one month before the death of his father, the 41st President of the United States, George H.W. Bush.


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A Seat At The Table
What does love feel like to you?  To a man named Russ, love feels like sitting at Sarah Harmeyer’s table.  A hand-crafted wooden table, lovingly made and beautifully set, where people from all walks of life are welcome, no matter who they are or what they believe.  A Neighbor’s Table.   Could it be that something so simple has the power to help bridge our divides?   Table by table, person by person, state by state, that’s exactly what Neighbor’s Table is doing.  Join me in this uplifting conversation with Sarah Harmeyer, a self-proclaimed people gatherer whose heart and passion know no bounds.  We saved a seat for you.Support the show
Check Your Ego
Is there someone in your family with whom you disagree politically?  How do you handle that?  Do you allow them to speak freely while you listen with an open mind?  As you know, that’s the Our Voices Matter mantra. It’s one this week’s guest actively practices in his own family, as well as among the 500 employees who staff his restaurant business, including its signature concepts, The Tasting Room and Max’s Wine Dive.  Jerry Lasco, CEO of Lasco Enterprises, sits down with me to share how his midwestern values and growing up in the military play a role in how he shows up in the world today, as a husband, father and entrepreneur whose life trajectory changed on 9-11.Support the show
Free Trip to Egypt
Tarek Mounib is the Creator and Producer of Free Trip To Egypt, an inspiring film about the power of human connection. Born and raised in Canada to Muslim Egyptian parents, Tarek was a Senior Manager at a large Canadian Software Enterprise (Nortel), until he moved to Switzerland in 2003 where he received Swiss citizenship and build up various companies. Motivated by his fascination with fostering a sincere dialogue and better understanding of different points of view, he took a sabbatical from the business world to complete his Masters in the Study of Mysticism and Religious Experience at the University of Kent in England. To further his education, Tarek spent a year immersing himself in Jungian studies at the C. G. Jung Institute Zurich and completed the Spiritual Guidance and Alchemy programs led by Atum O’Kane. In 2016 the successful entrepreneur blended his business acumen and spiritual studies by founding The InnerSpace, an alternative medicine holistic health center in Zurich, where he serves as the Center Coordinator. The center focuses on helping people find their natural state of relaxation, inner balance and peace with services including massage, yoga and pilates, homeopathy, physiotherapy, craniosacral work, naturopathy, nutritional counselling, therapy and more. Continuing to reside in Switzerland, he remains involved in all of his businesses but now focuses and hones his time on his true passions which include building bridges through a universal language that exists beyond beyond all religions, cultures and world-views - the language of the heart. Support the show
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Nov 8th, 2018
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Oct 9th, 2019
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