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In Episode 5 of the Inspired Money Podcast's live stream series, “The Generosity Effect: The Ripple of Inspired Giving,” hosted by Andy Wang and produced by Bradley Jon Eaglefeather, a panel of nonprofit and neuroscience experts— Maggie Doyne, James Siegal, and Dr Paul J. Zak—come together to discuss the generosity effect and what it means to give of yourself!
LEp 5: Inspired Money Live – The Generosity Effect: The Ripple of Inspired Giving
Welcome to Episode 5 of the ‘Inspired Money' live-stream series, where we delve into the transformative power of generosity. In this episode, we explore the profound impact of giving on both the giver and the recipient. Our esteemed panelists will share their personal stories, discuss the science behind generosity, and inspire you to create your own philanthropic legacies.
- Segment 1: The Heart of Generosity: Emotional and Psychological Dimensions of Giving : Generosity is more than just giving; it's a profound expression of human connection. This segment explores the emotional and psychological dimensions of generosity, revealing how it shapes our mental landscape and fosters community and trust. .
- Segment 2: The Many Faces of Giving: Time, Talent, and Treasure: Discover the three T's of giving—Time, Talent, and Treasure. This segment delves into the various ways we can contribute to the world, from volunteering our time to sharing our unique skills and making financial contributions. .
- Segment 3: Effective Altruism: Maximizing Impact through Thoughtful Giving: How can we make the most significant difference in the world? This segment introduces the concept of Effective Altruism, a movement that aims to maximize the overall well-being through evidence-based giving..
- Segment 4: Inspiring a Legacy of Generosity: Strategies for Long-Term Impact: What does it mean to leave a lasting legacy of generosity? This segment explores how individuals and companies can create a measurable and enduring impact through strategic and innovative giving.
- Segment 5: The Generosity Ecosystem: Collaborative Giving and Community Building: In our interconnected world, the Generosity Ecosystem is reshaping how we give. This segment explores the power of collaborative giving and community engagement, urging us to build a culture of generosity that resonates with our shared humanity. .
Maggie Doyne: Maggie, an American philanthropist, has dedicated over 13 years to educating children and empowering women in Nepal. She founded the BlinkNow Foundation and used her life savings to build a home for orphaned children. Her work has been globally recognized, and she believes that anyone can make a difference “in the blink of an eye.” Her story embodies the episode's focus on the transformative power of generosity.
Dr Paul J. Zak:Paul is a renowned professor and researcher in neuroeconomics, focusing on the science behind extraordinary experiences and happiness. His work explores the neurochemical foundations of trust and morality, making him an expert in the psychological dimensions of generosity. His research has been cited over 19,000 times, and he's a regular TED speaker. His insights will add depth to the episode's exploration of the emotional and psychological aspects of giving.
James Siegal: James is a Senior Fellow at KABOOM!, an organization aimed at ending playspace inequity. During his tenure as CEO, he expanded the organization's reach through philanthropy and public-private partnerships, focusing on racial equity. His experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors makes him a thought leader in community engagement and social impact, aligning perfectly with the episode's theme of generosity and giving.
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