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Randa Habelrih  is a Social Inclusion Advocate and a mother of an Autistic son. This took her on a journey to develop Autism Mates with events that give those with Autism an opportunity to  build their confidence and everyone else to recognise that they are just like them. In this podcast Randa and Andrea explore Social Inclusion and Social Mission in business with many tips and ideas for incorporating a Social Mission in your business.www.randahabelrih.com  (Autism MATES is a closed FB group for parents of children on the autism spectrum)  (Randa's Facebook page) (Linked In) (Instagram Autsim MATES)email: Randa@RandaHabelrih.comSupport the show (
Gina Diamond is passionate about ensuring that children have the nutrition they need to support their brain activity. When they do, they can be at their best and grow to have their greatest impact on the world. Through education children and parents she opens their eyes to what is possible, taking one step at a time. Using the sales of her book "Hidden Treasures: Sneaking Love and Health into Every Bite." she supports schools in implementing health focused programs.To learn more about Gina's work and book, visit her website  www.conscouslivingstrategies.comSupport the show (
Dr Catherine Yang is a dentist with a passion for Social Mission. Through integrating B1G1 projects through her dental clinic she has found that social mission has the power to engage her staff, give them a greater purpose in their work and increase her business. Most of all she is passionate about being able to make a positive impact in people's lives - her staff, her clients and the recipients of the charitable projects they support.Dr Catherine Yang is a contributing author in the book "Legacy. The sustainable goals in action" published by B1G1 to find out more and download a free chapter visit  or to connect with Chats Dentist Clinic.Support the show (
Helena McDonald passion for helping people has led her to a fight for when the fighting stopped. Her mission has taken her from Australia to the USA to help provide housing for Veterans who otherwise would be homeless. They have given their all just to be left without simple life skills and support that the rest of us take for granted. This episode will make you think and adopt a new appreciation for those whose lives have been spent in service, just to be cast aside.For more information on Helena's Social Mission visit: Www.veterans1000inc.comSupport the show (
In this time of crisis due to Bushfires, we have many unsung heroes. Our wildlife carers are a vital piece in the puzzle. But who cares for them. As they struggle with the grief of losing animals and habitat, they have to continue night and day to care for the precious victims. Frances Carleton understands their pain and the mental health problems that comes with caring for wildlife. As a counsellor, she has set up the service, Wildtalk to help support the carers doing this vital work.This episode with open your mind and your heart to the complexities that is being a carer for our precious wildlife.To find out more about Wildtalk visit' private practise website is To offer financial support visit her Go Fund me.Support the show (
Jeanice Cummings is a woman with a big heart and who works with incarcerated woman, in particular pregnant women. You will find this episode eye-opening to what is going on beyond locked doors and be inspired by Jeanice's message. Open your heart.To connect with Jeanice, visit her website http://www.uwinworkingwithme.comSupport the show (
Zahrina Robertson is known as Australia’s Leading Personal Branding Photographer, Videographer and Author. However a passion was stirring within her to pick up a paintbrush and start painting. Her work has quickly caught the eye of the art world and her message of keeping the oceans clean and alive has captured the hearts of everyone who cares about the world.https://zahrinagallery.comhttps://zahrinaphotography.com the show (
Nick Savaidis realised at an early age the inequities in the fashion industry. The image of his mother making high priced garments at home for a few cents stayed with  him to influence his choices in clothing. Unable to find ethically made clothes he started Etiko, where he could ensure that everyone through the supply chain was paid and well treated. Starting a Social Enterprise isn't easy, but Nick has excelled receiving an A+ rating and a Human Rights Award. This episode fascinating look at the good, the bad and the downright ugly of the fashion trade and insights into the world of Social Enterprise. Etiko clothes, shoes and sports balls are available at the show (
When Kevin Milstein's 14 year old son passed away, he wanted to make his life count. The Reagan Milstein Foundation was formed by bringing together the 2 things Reagan was passionate about. Football and helping people. Through the foundation Kevin has traveled the world providing children with the opportunity to get involved in sports.To find our more about the Reagan Milstein Foundation visit the show (
Phoebe Lay's life took an unexpected turn when she told her parents she wanted to go overseas. In their concern they told her to watch a movie. She still went overseas, but with a new social mission being born.Phoebe's first business Matcha Sisters sells ceremonial grade matcha powder and matcha accessories. 50% of profits are donated to Hagar Australia to help human trafficking victims. Her coaching business Thrive and Shine also supports her cause.Support the show (
Sheila Willis has been described as the human whirlwind. She has a passion for history and supporting her community. She created an app with the intention of giving local volunteer organisations an avenue of sharing their message through tourism. As a result stories are being shared that enrich the culture from all walks of life while making traveling through her home state of Alberta, Canada more inviting and interesting for all. In this episode we talk about the importance of story in shaping our lives and ensuring the voice of the First Nation People. The app - www.historycheck.caImpact tourism CanadaFacebookInstagramSupport the show (
Robert Ackeroyd is passionate about creating a society where all people feel that they are welcomed and belong. This has led Robert to create picnics where New Australians can meet with Settled Australians in s spirit of community. As the program develops, opportunities to become a resource for building communities and developing leadership among those who have come to Australia seeking freedom has evolved. Robert's passion and determination are evident in this episode, along with his message of when you believe in something,  just keep going. Connect with Robert through Facebook or email landofwelcome@gmail.comSupport the show (
Johann Nogueira is a passionate entrepreneur who makes a big impact on the world. Through helping business owners to grow and develop their business, doing what excites them, he also guides them to being a business for good.  He believes every business should strive to employ as many people as possible, so that more families are being supported, children are growing up in safer neighborhoods, spending their time learning and innovating, which leads to creating a better world.Johann shares with Andrea some important tips for every entrepreneur who wants to do more than survive the trials of business ownership and really thrive so that they may have their ultimate impact on the world.Join the Business Authorities Facebook groupVisit the Website Support the show (
Tiziana de Franceshi talks to Andrea about her mission to build a friendly working environment where disability does not define who you are. Your attitude and skills make who you are.Tiziana and daughter Crystal run Trattoria Allegria Restaurant, located at 284 Bay St, Brighton, (Melbourne) Visit the Facebook page Support the show (
Sarifa and Hassan Younes are a dynamic duo. they are both passionate about education and entrepreneurship. In this episode they speak about how a holiday to the Philippines turned into a passionate a Social Mission.Sarfia and Hassan are both Keynote Speakers and Authors as well as their many other hats they wear. You can connect with Sarifa at Hassan at Support the show (
Annemarie Manders loves to make people feel welcome at the Warratina Lavender Farm. Her business gives her the opportunity to interact with people, and support her community. Having a successful business is not about making money, but giving to others, this is a message embraced at Warratina as they find ways to interact with the community and engage in finding ways to raise funds and awareness for local craftspeople and charities. Annemarie will delight you in her messages around running a business and putting others first. Warratina Lavender Farm is on the outskirts of Melbourne, in the Yarra Valley. Victoria, AustraliaWebsite: 105 Quayle Rd,Wandin Yallock, Victoria, AustraliaPhone: +61 3 5964 4650Support the show (
In this inspiring episode of the Social Mission Revolution, Jon Ramer and Heather Joy Bassett speak with Andrea about SINE (Synergized Impact Energy Network) and the culture of Spruth that it has adopted. SINE is a collaborative community of people doing good in the world who come together in the one network to cooperate, collaborate, co-create, co-regulate, and co-fund with each other while co-managing shared experiences and resources, with the goal to create peace on earth by 2030. Spruth - Speaking truth with love and compassion has become an important way of being in the SINE community as with this we are able to create safe spaces for people to grow, develop and make our ultimate impact in the world. To learn more about Spruth and connect with Heather - www.HeatherJoyBassett.comTo connect with SINE www.SINE.networkSupport the show (
Kendra Bostick started as a  School Social Worker who wanted to find a way to make it easier for teachers to include social justice in their class rooms. In doing so, she is bridging the gap between the "haves and have nots" in terms of providing programs through an app that give children an opportunity to learn through play. Embracing her passion for children learning, her skills are being applied to the "Play for Peace" program to assist in making it easy to spread the message of playing together. Connect with Kendra on her website - Transform your Classroom. We align Experiential Education activities with mandated teaching and social emotional standards, putting experience back into education - where it belongs Facebook : the show (
Shelly Galvin is the Corporate Social Responsibility Director at CBT Nuggets. This company takes it's Social Responsibility seriously. Having a Social Impact in business isn't necessarily about handing over a cheque, but ensuring the organisations they get involved in have what they need to make their Ultimate Impact and solve the problems they are working on. This inspires the employees and helps them to find purpose in the workplace. Shelly's advice to businesses on having a Social Mission will open your eyes to new possibilities.Find out more about Shelly's work and NuggetLove  CBT Nuggets offer IT Innovation Learning experiences - CBT NuggetsSupport the show (
Nick Abregu, was snuggled up in his bed with 3 blankets and a heater on, it was a cold winter's night in Melbourne, when his "Beyond the Why" moment came. From that moment he has been passionate about providing winter care packages for the homeless in Melbourne. Listen to this heart-warming story that may move you to tears. Nick shares with Andrea a message we can all learn from. He talks about why he started this charity, the community, his business and how it has changed his world. This podcast will leave you with an impactful message.For more information on the Winter Care Packages and how you can get involved visit or FacebookSupport the show (
Andrea Putting, the Social Mission Revolutionist, speaks of her journey into the Social Mision Revolution and what you can expect on this journey.Support the show (
Karen Palmer is the Queen of Kindness, she started the Global Kindness Movement,  championing intentional acts of kindness, encouraging us all to be considerate in what we do and how we treat others. Being kind to others is a way of being that we can all embrace. To find out more about Karen's passion for kindness visit www.globalkindnesstv.orgSupport the show (
'Tina Murray  talks about all things toilets with her commitment to the African Sunrise Foundation.If you would like to support 'Tina's passion of toilets, please connect with me and I will pass on her details and that of the Kidman Park Rotary Club who are collected funds.Support the show (
The Social Mission Revolution meets the corporate world head on in the world of Matt Henricks. He runs 2 programs which meet the needs of people in developing companies, while building team work in the corporate world. the Helping Hands Program has corporate teams building hands for those in need to restore their lives and their self-worth. The Water Works program builds filtration systems for Refugees living in camps to provide them with safe drinking world. Come on the journey and listen to the life-changing stories and how simple it is for you to impact someones life.To find out more visit:Helping Hands ProgramWater Works ProgramHenricks Consulting"The Inspired Workplace" by Matt Henricks and where to buy it.Support the show (
Sharlene Lynch has many achievements and passions, in this podcast she shares with Andrea one of her proudest achievements in being a founding member of the Healing Through Love initiative. This is a pamper day designed to give victims of domestic violence a healing experience by being pampered and in doing so receive that all important message that they are a person of worth.  As Sharlene is also a business coach, she offers many tips and great advice for all of us who are endeavoring to succeed in our own Social Mission. Sharlene is  a multi-passionate entrepreneur who runs a Business Coaching program, a key note speaker on all things mindset, runs a successful multi-level marketing business, and facilitates a weekly Beauty School. To connect with her and get involved in Healing Through Love, here are her detailsE: contact@sharlenelynch.comW: FB: Watch "Sharlene Lynch" on YouTube the show (
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Mar 12th, 2019
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Mar 18th, 2020
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