Continuing the TALK with sustainable entrepreneur (lawyer by day) Gaayathri Periasami as we dive deeper into what true sustainability means – and how to make the right choices while living in a distraction economy. PART 2 of 2. We discuss the importance of self-preservation, the United Nations sustainable development goals and why the ‘high price equals sustainable’ mindset needs to change. Unprepared. Not edited. Just TALK. … Continue reading Sustainability Explained: Why We Need to Connect with Ourselves First, according to Gaayathri Periasami – (TALK VIDEO) PART 2
Unprepared. Not edited. Just TALK. Australian lawyer with a sustainable ‘side hustle’ Gaayathri Periasami was up for the challenge. Watch now Continue reading Australian Lawyer with Sustainable ‘side hustle’ Gaayathri Periasami on Skin Color, Empowering Communities and why Getting Uncomfortable is so Important (TALK VIDEO)
Lisbon has captured the hearts of many vistors, who admire the city’s famous tiled facades. But according to locals, the popularity of Portugal’s capitol also comes at a price. Continue reading Behind Lisbon’s Facades
She believes it is the beginning of the ‘I Am Enough’ era for women. Which is why Samata, creator of the global women’s collective THE TRIBE, launched THE TRIBE Empowerment Journal. “We have to create the spaces which tell women to say ‘I am enough’ – because no one will say it for us.” Continue reading Samata on the Bravery of Being Vulnerable
Sustainability is an extremely complex subject. The Complex Society is looking for innovative thinkers who aren’t afraid to discuss the tough questions. Continue reading Society VS Sustainability: the tougher questions
The concept of ‘identity’ has fascinated The Complex Society creator Gwen throughout the years. Read why she almost went to court to defend hers – at the age of twelve. Continue reading How to be – in today’s society
Unprepared. Not edited. Just TALK. Robert Chuang, LA developer and realtor, was up for the challenge. Watch now. Continue reading TALK video: LA developer Robert Chuang on real estate, millennials and what life has taught him so far
In today’s digitalised world fewer people are willing to pay for information. It can make research difficult for journalists and news media, as budgets (can) become tighter. A few thoughts. Continue reading Do we still pay for real information, or do we simply want to be entertained?