My Home Planet Podcast

My Home Planet Podcast

A podcast for seekers of planet heroes. _ A place where you'll meet some remarkable people who wake up each day and work for the betterment and future of our beautiful earth and those we share it with. _ Please join me each week and find some hope and inspiration from these wonderful earth advocates-those who take small world steps to become big planet heroes.... Show More
October 2, 2017 50 min

Even with a childhood spent in the heart of New York City, Nina Simons knew from an early age that nature was her spiritual path.

In this episode of MHP, this generous visionary thinker and leadership expert tells how and why she liberated her stuffed animals, followed the sage advice of her parents and has been transformed by theatre, nature and humanity.

Nina shares her journey as co-founder of the first-of-its kind Bioneers conference and initiative (now in its 27th year), the importance of cultivating women’s leadership, the wisdom of indigenous elders, what lights her up, and her desired gifts to humanity.

Nina Simons is a remarkable award winning social entrepreneur and visionary. She is the co-founder of Bioneers and the co-founder and co-facilitator of Cultivating Women’s Leadership trainings. She is the editor of the anthology Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading from the Heart and her next book will be out later this year.

The Bioneers Conference takes place this October 20-22nd in San Rafael, California and to learn more about Nina and the conference, please visit bioneers.org and of course www.myhomeplanet.org for more planet hero podcasts.

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