Problem Solving - Make it your day job
Problem Solving - Make it your day job
4 minutes 10 sec
Advice to Those Stuck in the Daily Grind
Advice to Those Stuck in the Daily Grind
3 minutes 50 sec
The Key to Building Relationships That Last
The Key to Building Relationships That Last
3 minutes 07 sec
Connecting the Brand to the Heart
Connecting the Brand to the Heart
2 minutes 02 sec
It Works! Now, to Scale?
It Works! Now, to Scale?
2 minutes 42 sec
The Story of Red Bull
The Story of Red Bull
2 minutes 25 sec
Nothing Worth Doing Is Easy
Nothing Worth Doing Is Easy
1 minute 05 sec
Big F#$!ing Problems, Big F*$!ing Solutions
Big F#$!ing Problems, Big F*$!ing Solutions
1 minute 56 sec
Climate Change Needs an Entrepreneur
Climate Change Needs an Entrepreneur
2 minutes 08 sec

Interviewing Hunter Lovins (TIME Magazine Hero)

To really solve big problems, it’s got to be your day job. Tweet This Quote

Bio: Hunter Lovins has played an active role in educating senior decision-makers in business, government, & civil society to restore & enhance natural & human capital while increasing prosperity & quality of life. Trained as a sociologist and lawyer (JD), she co-founded the California Conservation Project (Tree People), and Rocky Mountain Institute, which she led for 20 years. She has consulted for companies like Clif Bar, Wal-Mart, the Pentagon, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. She has co-authored nine books, including Natural Capitalism with Paul Hawken.

In many ways, the answer to scaling is the same answer as to what got you to where you are now. Tweet This Quote


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  • Kait Harman

    This woman talks about all the scary statistics in the world such as riots for food and our worlds forest fired. This affects our world as a whole and it frightened me to hear her to even mention those things. I am really curious to hear more about the riots that the shortage of corn could cause in our future.

  • AndreaOlsen22

    This article is quite inspiring and really gets you thinking about your life. For those that are bored with their lives or daily routines, should ask themselves “how could I change this?” Life is meant to be enjoyable, so why don’t you make each day the best it can be. We should wake up every morning looking forward to what each day may bring. Do some things for YOURSELF, that make you feel good, throughout the day to make your life worth your time and enjoyable like it should be.

  • BEATYSM25

    This video really got me thinking about the bigger issues in life. I think it is all too easy for people to go about their daily routines, ignoring the big picture and the problems of this world on a larger scale. Particularly since money is such a driving force, I believe it is difficult for people sometimes to separate themselves from their careers and to take a step back to address issues on a much larger scale.

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  • Jonathan

    There are numerous amounts of pressing issues that our world deals with. Food shortage, waste, water supply, and energy efficiency are just a few. The video does a decent job of addressing these issues but I believe that much more needs to be done for our world to be successful and happy

  • Sara_Kay0316

    I agree with this. It amazes me how many people constantly complain about their lives when in reality they are in control!! If you don’t like how things are going then make a change!

  • Anthony Davis

    I feel as thought there are lots of surrounding pressures to deal with overall and that there are bigger pictures to be looking at when it comes to everyday life. There are a lot of things that are overlooked and let go and I think that if individuals would start looking at things in a bigger picture or to a bigger spectrum that the world would be more successful and get a lot more done.

  • Anthony Davis

    I agree but I also feel as though a lot of people go day to not thinking about these problems and that they are overlooked a lot. The world is an immense expansion of these problems and they get overlooked by the majority of individuals.

  • Paige Cuchna

    I agree with you. I think more needs to be done with our world. we arent taking the correct actions to better what we have messed up

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