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February 4, 2021 88 min

I interview a lot of people but seldom get the mic turned the other way round, so this wide ranging chat with Ian Harvey from Collective Intelligence for his podcast "Stuff that Matters Now" was a lot of fun.  Harv was a guest on Seeds in 2019 and came to a session I did on how to create a podcast - so he has the same gear as me!  It was fun to appear on his show for his episode 34 and I encourage you to check out his other conversations too as he is producing some high quality interviews with some amazing people.  In this episode we talk about my background and origins, growing up in New Zealand, becoming a lawyer, moving to purpose driven work, the changing paradigms of thinking around impact as well as the Edmund Hillary Fellowship we both just joined.  

Stuff that Matters Now is in podcast apps or click here: https://www.collectiveintelligence.co.nz/stuff-that-matters-now/

Collective Intelligence: https://www.collectiveintelligence.co.nz

Description by Harv of the episode: "There are many facets to Kiwi-raised American, Steven Moe. Despite interviewing several hundred people for his own impact-inspired weekly podcast, Seeds, he’s not shared much of his own story and journey with his listeners. So here it is! Fellow EHF fellow Ian Harvey asks the question ‘Who is Steven Moe?’ and riffs with him about his transition to living a purpose-led impactful life. We credit Steven for inspiring us to embark upon the ‘Stuff that Matters Now’ podcast journey and love the serendipity of Harv interviewing Steven in the same room in Christchurch that Steven interviewed Harv in, back in 2019."

 

 

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