This is what the future sounds like and it is beautiful. An inspiring conversation with Swedish climate activist Anne Therese Gennari (find her on Instagram or Twitter, or check out her agency!) on how she sees the world and what we can do to improve our environmental outcomes. I absolutely love her passion and commitment to a better today and brighter tomorrow.

Anne Therese Gennari is a former NYC model, community builder, and a stubborn believer in collective, positive change. She’s the co-founder of the ethical modeling agency Role Models Management and the founder of The Climate Optimist, a blog and online workshop changing the narrative around climate change so that we can act from optimism and courage, not fear. The mission of her podcast, Hey Change, is to inspire the listener to embrace curiosity and positivity, as well as promote an ethical and sustainable way of life.

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Paul Samuel Dolman, author, podcaster, and speaker, presents What Matters Most (the book!) a series of interview transcriptions from more than twenty inspirational Nashville and Tennessee residents, including special guest the journalist and author Bill Moyers.

Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, former Governor Don Sundquist, Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Neal, Grammy Award-winning entertainer Wynonna Judd, and many more share intimate and inspirational aspects of themselves.

This twentieth anniversary edition also features bonus material from thirty more notables from Tennessee, including local business owners, spiritual leaders, coaches, radio personalities, authors, and educators.

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