May 19, 2022
How do we repurpose capitalism to create an inclusive and regenerative future?
In this episode Amisha talks with Daniel Epstein, the founder and CEO of Unreasonable Group, an organisation dedicated to supporting an international Fellowship of 310 growth-stage entrepreneurs who are profitably solving global issues. The Unreasonable Collective offers a diverse community of individuals the ability to invest into ventures operating at the intersection of impact and advanced technologies. Daniel was named by Fortune Magazine as one of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders. He has been awarded Inc. Magazine’s “30 under 30 entrepreneurs”, and Forbes identified him as one of the “top 30 most impactful entrepreneurs.” He received the prestigious “Entrepreneur of the World” award along with Richard Branson & the President of Liberia at the Global Entrepreneurship Forum. Beyond his capacities at Unreasonable, Daniel is a frequent keynote speaker, moderator, thought-leader, and advisor.
Daniel shares his ideas on ‘repurposing capitalism’. He believes that leveraging it as a powerful tool can create a better future; one that prioritises regeneration, equability and inclusion with family, health and wellness, and spirituality at the heart of our communities. He shares some of the awe-inspiring businesses supported by Unreasonable Group offering promising and profitable solutions for creating this better future by addressing some of our biggest global issues whilst creating positive impact for planet and people.
Together they recognise entrepreneurship as an embodied experience that is guided by intuition; our ‘faster’ intelligence. It is often romanticised leading to burn out for a lack of access to long term support by high value mentors, community and financial backers. We learn that valuing our time as our most high value commodity, creating rituals, solid support systems and putting wellness first lay the foundations for growing meaningful businesses that will sustain our futures.
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