“…The psychological underpinnings of Zoe’s talk make what could be just another lofty “save the world” presentation into something each of us can use, grapple with, and be inspired by. She articulates the psychological issues we face in responding to global challenges and then unpacks them and invites us to be part of what is clearly a joyful solution. If we’re going to make positive differences in the world we need to be enthusiastic and optimistic because there’s a lot of hard work to be done and it’s pretty easy to become discouraged and to give up. Zoe’s talk made me reflect on my own ideas about how rewilding our hearts can help us maintain hope and faith in difficult times.”
Zoe Weil, President, Institute for Humane Education
Author of Most Good, Least Harm, Above All, Be Kind, and The Power and Promise of Humane Education
My TEDxConejo talk: “Solutionaries”
My TEDxDirigo talk: “The World Becomes What You Teach“
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