Healthy money for a healthy world
Harald Reichl transformed himself from an investment advisor and lover of fast cars to an expert in low-cost, sustainable and environmentally friendly energy generation that can enable people to live independently and with dignity [01:19:59]
Saskia Hoppe is an actress, theatre pedagogue and trauma-sensitive coach. Julia Toma studied cultural management. In addition to their children, they are united by their expertise in non-violent communication [55:30].
Matthias Horx is the founder of the Zukunftsinstitut in Frankfurt. He is considered an influential trend and futurologist, especially on the topics of social, technological, economic and political upheaval. At present, the visionary sees particularly good opportunities to change the world for the better [47:59]
We can only live healthily and happily in community, because this corresponds to human nature. The social environment in which we experience belonging and security has an enormous influence on health. In her congress, Corinna Veit brings together the knowledge and experiences of different cultures on this topic [56:03].
Gunnar Kaiser has long recognized the current financial system as the causal evil of economic and social problems. In order to create a future fit for grandchildren for the benefit of all, he recommends a free competition of monetary systems [56:34].
The increasingly severe disruptions to global supply chains are reminding us of our dependence on the outside world. More than ever, people want regional self-determination and independence. We talk to entrepreneur Michael Bubendorf about the new structures needed to achieve this [01:03:27].
Nothing influences people's quality of life and lifespan as positively as stable social contacts, appreciation and participation in community life. We speak with loneliness researcher Prof. Dr. Maike Luhmann [48:36]
Guest: Tobias Daur. What connects the common good economy with the common good currency, and how is it possible to bring together different approaches to a viable consensus? [1:00:56]
Can loneliness be as contagious as a virus? Sonia Lippke is a health psychologist with a focus on theory- and evidence-based health promotion. [49:26]
Since 2005 Johannes Grassl has been working as an independent consultant for executives. His goal is to strengthen the personality and profile of executives in the sense of a Christian business ethic. [1:06:52]
"The old system is outdated and also no longer capable of solving our existential global problems," says Dr. Mariana Bozesan, co-founder and board member of AQAL AG¸ and member of the International Club of Rome. [54:33]
Joachim Brandstätter and Philipp Kessler, both enthusiastic Gradido ambassadors, explain to us what the potential development groups are all about and what benefits you can gain from participating. [59:46]
Wendelin and Bernd talk with the well-known historian and peace researcher Dr. Daniele Ganser about the elementary peace rules 'mindfulness' and 'non-violence', about the peaceful financial system 'Gradido', as well as about the peacemaking concept 'human family'. [49:08]
Guest: Selina Lucarelli - The WorldEthicForum wants to establish the right of the earth as a fundamental right. In this way, we can create a unique evolutionary leap as a human family and together create a good future for all. [41:37]
Guest: Ricardo Leppe - Can you imagine that it is possible for every child to learn the school material of a whole week in just one hour, and that with a lot of fun and joy? When the financial system and the educational system change, everything will change! [56:30]
Second episode of the series 'Potential Development' with Wendelin Niederberger - People who live their life's mission are not only happier, but also healthier. They achieve great things and make our beautiful earth a better place. They are promoted by Unconditional Participation. [57:25]
Fabian Scheidler works as an author for print media, television and theater. His books include 'The End of the Megamachine, History of a Failing Civilization' and 'The Stuff We Are Made Of - Why We Must Rethink Nature and Society' [1:00:13].
Prof. Dr. Gerald Hüther is the director of the Academy for Potential Development in Göttingen and is one of the best-known brain researchers in Germany. Practically, he is involved in neurobiological prevention research within the framework of various initiatives and projects. [1:10:19]
Making synergies concrete - Our guest today is Rudolf Kulovic, co-initiator of the 'Forum Seitenstetten', which annually gathers monetary and economic experts, changemakers and thought leaders on the topic of "new monetary order". [40:52]
Guest: Linard Bardill - Unlike the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, the focus of the World Ethic Forum is on Mother Earth and our relationship to her. Working together to create a livable future for all. [01:09:14]
Guest: Dr. Markus Strauß - Let's dive into the knowledge from 2 ½ million years of human history and gain impulses from it, how we can succeed in the evolutionary leap together. [59:24]
Guest: Michael Fäßler - Three quarters of all hoteliers and restaurateurs see their business endangered by the Corona crisis. In the Gradido model, they would be safeguarded. [39:23]
Guest: Wendelin Niederberger - With Gradido every person finds his inner calling and knows what it is worth living for. Unconditional Participation supports the conscious decision to steer one's life in the direction of personal fulfillment. [1:01:06]
New ways to a better world - The Corona crisis forces us to reflect on the essentials and at the same time holds the chance for a new beginning. Together we set out for a new time in which we, our children and all the children of the world can live in peace and prosperity - in harmony with nature. [39:20]