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  • THE LEADERS OF THE FUTURE



    Egos and leadership, according to Paul Hughes.



    Is the leader of the future someone more feminine? How can we move from the oppressive leaders of the past to a liberal and open one? Discover the paradigms of leadership and decision making with...

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  • THE NEW SCIENCE IS BASED ON COOPERATION



    Gregg Braden discusses on nature’s most important lesson and legacy, and how Science has changed its paradigm to avoid the collapse of global civilization.



    To give. To contribute. To share. This doesn’t sound like Darwin, because it’s the New Science talking. We know the things that work and don’t, and competition is not the solution for our...

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  • CREATING VALUES AND CONSCIENCE



    What’s missing in formal education, in Katherine Chon’s opinion.



    Education starts at a very early stage and it’s a process that never stops. How can we educate ourselves? Listen to Katherine’s views on education, about staying true to inner values and...

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  • WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO YOUNG ECONOMISTS?



    Alfredo Sfeir-Younis gives advice to those considering a career in Economics.



    Why is it work necessary? Is there a difference between work and profession? Alfredo considers these two questions and gives advice to future economists, in a testimony that is unmissable viewing...

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  • My dream




    Karen Berg is the Spiritual Director of the Kabbalah Centre. One of Karen’s goals is to inspire spiritual dialogue as a bridge to create peace between diverse groups. Karen travels extensively to...

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  • PLAN B(E)



    Hans Henrik Knoop’s way out to Danish kids the system has given up.



    No drama, no special effects, no great amount of money. The Danish TV2’s reality documentary series “Plan B” changed the lives of many young people who at 8th grade have not begun to...

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