inspiring the future – podcast

It’s time to breathe in


the future.

What will you have created & returned
(to humanity & this earth)
at the end of the next
thirty years?

You are not (& never were) a parasite, so don’t live like one.

Join Fitzy and me on the first part of a journey …


… to reclaim the future.

We are called to be architects of the future, not it’s victims
R. Buckminster Fuller


Or listen to our podcast below:


January 13, 2013. Uncategorized.


  1. recoveringmetalhead replied:

    Hmmm, you have created a podcast…

    • alex robinson replied:

      I hadn’t thought of that mr metalhead, but by golly you are right – made me feel extra proud :)

  2. Max replied:

    By acting like machines, we fail.

    Tens of thousands of listeners…

    …come on people! Where are your comments, pictures or anything else you’ve created?

    Take part! :-)

    • alex robinson replied:

      Yes tens of thousands :) – thanks Max, and might we look forward to a creation from you my excellent friend

  3. Katherine replied:

    Thanks to you and Fitzy for doing this podcast!

    I wanted to offer this link for anybody who might still have questions about Enterprise talk.

    These are the basics about Enterprise talk, as well as a link to the full article and a short film which shows teachers using it in a classroom setting.

    I realize it is a bit unconventional and may seem extreme to anyone who is unfamiliar with it, but as you mentioned, it starts to make sense after looking into it more….and best of all, it works. Children become empowered when they are not being told what to do. They learn how to take initiative, and as you mentioned about the lack of praise, they begin to do things for an intrinsic reward, rather than hearing “good job” or a similar meaningless phrase. Thanks for mentioning this on the podcast, I really believe that there are many parents or other teachers out there who could benefit from using this. I’m not going to lie, it can be a bit difficult at first. It becomes much easier, the more you use iit. It can be frustrating to start out with, because it goes against how we typically speak with children. However, facing this challenge is more than worth it, when you begin to see clear results and how effectively children respond to it.

    I love the new gallery blog and I’m looking forward to adding to it soon. What a great idea to get people inspired and creating….I already have a few ideas, none of which involve sticky notes in public restrooms. ;)

  4. alex robinson replied:

    Gracias Kat, you did a big favour to the world of readers & listeners by passing along those ideas originally & again with link – there are so many unexplored ways of living … but not for long :)

    Fitzy & I are awaiting your creations anxiously – not that I’m trying to make you feel guilty or give directions … :)


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