Remember when transformational books were only published in garages, when no one on talk radio discussed health, wellness and spirituality, when it was hard to find “health” food in a grocery store, when succeeding in business was disconnected from doing good in the world, and when the words “yoga,” “organic,” and “consciousness” were rarely heard?
So how did these good things go mainstream?
It happened through the dedicated efforts of those who were swimming upstream for a long time. Danielle was one of those strong swimmers who set the pace for change, shaped the conversation, and inspired people to improve their lives.
Click around and you’ll find interviews with your favorite authors and change-makers.Danielle was there at the very beginning and remembers the first 12 people at a “natural products expo” looking at each other with enthusiasm, hoping, but not knowing if people would care. Wouldn’t they?
Danielle got busy leading the way in the soy industry (if you’ve heard of Tofu, she had a lot to do with that) and she got frozen vegetarian meals into stores everywhere for the first time. Vegetables for dinner? Radical.
Danielle continues to influence and curate, searching for the best things to share. She explores the new frontiers of what’s possible and pushes the boundaries. Now the conversation is about love being a force in the world that can transform everything. How can we do that? How can we seed tolerance and compassion? How can conscious business become the norm?
Now that we understand more about our bodies, what are the best technologies, supplements, and practices to love them and ensure a long and healthy life? How can we be innovative in the ways we care for our families, our communities, our world?
I appreciate the way Danielle talks about the things that matter to me. Listening to her show is like a visit with a friend you can trust.An inspired listenerEvery week Danielle’s curiosity drives her to find those with the brightest minds and the clearest vision to share practical insights about creating a healthier and more prosperous world and a better life. Join her as she explores our world through the change agents, rabble-rousers, big thinkers, instigators, peacemakers, inventors, and visionaries of our time–to go beyond reporting the change–to creating it.
Danielle has been at the forefront of the shift to holistic living for decades and she’s still leading the way.
Ross Pelton: The Pollution StoryApril 19, 2017
Gardening for the Future of the EarthApril 19, 2017
Green Power: The Ultimate Alkalizer & DetoxifierApril 15, 2017
Kathy Magliato, MD: Healing Hearts (Heart Matters)April 14, 2017
Sushi Fusion – Blending Art with Ancient CultureApril 8, 2017
Helena Steiner-Horsteyn: The White LightApril 7, 2017
Steven Pressfield: The War of ArtApril 7, 2017
Dr. Kory Branham: When Your Lifestyle Zaps Your EnergyMarch 31, 2017
Ken Blanchard: Great Leaders GrowMarch 30, 2017
Kathy LeMay: The Generosity PlanMarch 24, 2017
Sheldon Ginsberg: Getting Life RightMarch 24, 2017
Sherry Erickson: Sex, Libido, and VitalityMarch 18, 2017
Kevin Boyd: Prepare Yourself To Be BlessedMarch 17, 2017
Deepak Chopra: The Daughters of LoveMarch 9, 2017
Jon Kraft: The Act of Relentless OptimismMarch 9, 2017
Robin Silverman: Reduce Stress in 50 Seconds or LessMarch 1, 2017
The Amazing Life of HempMarch 1, 2017
Dr. Rachel Pauls: Low FODMAP Lifestyle is Easy to Digest!February 27, 2017
Terah Kathryn Collins: The Western Guide to Feng ShuiFebruary 27, 2017
James LaValle: Life-Saving Signs to Prevent and Combat Metabolic SyndromeFebruary 20, 2017
Mirielle Guiliano: French Women Don’t Get FatFebruary 19, 2017