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Waking up to Wisdom
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Global Awakin Calls

Every week, we have a "Awakin Call" to share insights and inspiration from various corners of the ServiceSpace ecosystem. The call opens with a conversation with the featured speaker and is followed by dynamic Q&A around the emergent themes. To join, simply RSVP and you'll be emailed the details. There is no charge to attend and you can tune in via the phone, Skype, or online stream.


Featured Saturday Speaker

Call with Elise Bijon
Solving Hunger
Aug 26, 2017, 9:00AM PST

Upcoming Speakers:


Previous Awakin Calls

We've had lots of inspiring calls. Each one speaks to different people in different ways, and we invite you to read the recaps, listen to the audio, share comments and spread the ideas that move you.


Andy Smallman
Kindness as an Avenue to Awe



Maya Breuer
Listen to Spirit and Take Action



Frank Ostaseski
What the Living Can Learn From the Dying



Meredith May
Why Mercy Matters



Clair Brown
How Would Buddha Teach Economics?



Thom Bond
Teaching Compassion at Scale



Parag Shah
A Different Kind of R.O.E.



Debra Roberts
Sacred Path of Bees



Mark Barone & Marina Dervan
An Act of Dog: 5,500 Portraits for Animal Justice



Cheryl Angel
Standing Peacefully Firm at Standing Rock



Pranidhi Varshney
Staying Strong in Values



Ken Cloke
From Conflict to Transcendence and Transformation



Joserra Gonzalez
A Re-Love-ution Blooms in Spain



Rajni Bakshi
A Teller of Stories of Modern-Day Gandhians



Robert Bengston
Art and Inspiration: What Would Love Do?



William Rosenzweig
Business Lessons from a Quiet Gardener



Thu Nguyen
Resourcefulness, Resilience, and the Art of Living



Doug Powers
Cultivating and Teaching Freedom



Alfred Tolle
Cultivating and Connecting Conscious Leaders



Luc Reynaud
Music as a Force of Love



Anthony Chavez
Continuing a Legacy of Inspiration



Scott Elias
Designing Companies That Are Loved



Liz Mitten Ryan
The Wisdom of the Herd



Miti Desai
Dancing, Design & the Journey from Form to the Formless




Thank you, all, for holding space for such emergent conversations. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us anytime.