The Economics of Well-Being

26 EpisodesProduced by Mark AnielskiWebsite

Hi I’m Mark Anielski an economist and the author of An Economy of Well-being: Common Sense Tools for Building Genuine Wealth and Happiness and the award-winning book The Economics of Happiness.

26 Episodes | 2018 - 2019

Ellen Brown banking on the people, democratizing money

June 24th, 2019

55:21

 Ellen Brown is the founder of the Public Banking Institute,  a Fellow at The Democracy Collaborative, and the author of a dozen books and hundreds …

Tim Nash: Impact Investing for Good

June 10th, 2019

1:01:51

Tim Nash is the founder of Good Investing and blogs as The Sustainable Economist. As an expert on socially responsible investing, impact investing, …

Takota Coen: Permaculture farming as a model for an economy of well-being

April 25th, 2019

1:04:23

 Takota Coen is one of Canada's youngest and innovative pioneering permaculture farmers. Takota along with his family farm 250 acres of prime …

Marilyn Hughes: A Christian mystic talks about how to build an economy of love and well-being

March 24th, 2019

1:12:53

 Marilynn Hughes is my next guest on an economy of well-being podcast. Marilyn is a Christian mystic. She has experienced, researched, written and taught about Out-of-Body Travel and Mysticism since 1987 and has …

Jacqueline Cardinal: Stories of hope from an indigenous entrepreneur.

January 29th, 2019

53:11

Jacqueline Cardinal is a gifted young (28) indigenous woman. Jacqueline was recently named as one of the top people under 40, along with her brother Hunter Cardinal (24), by Avenue Magazine. Jacqueline is a serial …

Carol Anne Hilton: Indigenomics and Canada's $100 Billion Indigenous Economy

January 17th, 2019

29:16

Carol Anne Hilton is one of the leading First Nations thinkers and leaders in Canada. Her concept of 'indigenomics' is gaining more attention in …

Lil MacPherson: Better Lives Through Eating Good Local Food

January 7th, 2019

46:09

December 22, 2018

My next special guest is Lil MacPherson, a businesswoman and restaurateur based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Lil is the the co-founder of the Wooden Monkey restaurant.

I first met Lil in Halifax in 2007 …

A Vision for an Economy of Well-being for Alberta

December 18th, 2018

19:15

What would an economy of well-being for Alberta look like? Author Mark Anielski outlines his vision for a new economic future for Alberta.

Bonnie Trottier: How to measure well-being in a small town

December 17th, 2018

31:02

Bonnier Trottier, a former child-care social worker and Valleyview community coordinator, has been a major part of the fledgling Valleyview Well-being Coalition. Bonnie was asked by Town Manager, Marty Paradine, to …

Suza Singh, Calgary-based Action Film Maker

December 12th, 2018

47:33

Suza Singh is a remarkable women. Suza is an action film maker originally from Manchester UK living in Calgary, Alberta. She has some bold ideas …

John Cobb Jr. on China's Ecological Civilization

December 12th, 2018

47:18

John Cobb Jr. is one of world's most important theologians of our era; a master of Alfred North Whitehead's process theology. At 93-years of age …

Peter Block (Author of Flawless Consulting and the Abundant Community)

November 6th, 2018

40:52

Peter Block, a 78-year-old master of public sector governance consulting and someone passionate about communities, joins me from Cincinnati on a …

John McKnight: Building Neighbourhood Assets

September 20th, 2018

45:33

Author John McKnight joins me today in a special interview about his legacy of work as a community organizer. His work inspired me to think about community assets differently; assets are the diversity of gifts, skills …

Walter Brueggemann: A Gospel of Hope

August 22nd, 2018

36:52

Legendary Old Testament scholar, theologian and teacher Walter Brueggemann joins me today from his home in Michigan to talk about his life's work and …

Robert Dellner: Investment Banking and Well-being

August 17th, 2018

42:26

Robert Dellner, a London-based investment banker, impact investment expert and master of credit risk, joins me on my show exploring new avenues for …

Dr. Muhammad Amjad Saqib founder of Akhuwat the world's largest interest-free micro finance program

July 14th, 2018

19:04

Today (July 15, 2018) I'm pleased to have a pre-recorded interview between my previous guest, Aneeqa Malik, and Dr. Muhammed Amjad Saqib, the founder …

Aneeqa Malik: Soul-i-darity, Sufi Mysticism and Akhuwat (interest-free lending) in Pakistan

July 14th, 2018

23:21

My guest is Aneeqa Malik, a London-based, Pakistani-born Transformation Management Consultant and Soulidarity Stewardess. She is Akhuwat UK’s Senior …

How do you measure well-being in a small town like Valleyview, Alberta?: with guest Bonnie Trottier

July 13th, 2018

32:54

Bonnier Trottier, a former child-care social worker and Valleyview community coordinator, has been a major part of the fledgling Valleyview Well-being Coalition. Bonnie was asked by Town Manager, Marty Paradine, to …

Marty Paradine - Measuring Well-being in the Town of Valleyview Alberta

July 12th, 2018

36:16

Join my next guest, Marty Paradine, an engineer and the town manager of a small Alberta town called Valleyview (2000 people). Marty was instrumental in envisioning and leading the Well-being Project for the town of …

Laura Musikanski (The Happiness Alliance) on Measuring Happiness and Well-being

June 15th, 2018

35:32

My next guest on The Economics of Well-being podcast show is Laura Musikanski. Laura is the executive director of The Happiness Alliance and former executive director of Sustainable Seattle. A lawyer by profession, …

John De Graaf, Beauty and Well-being

June 8th, 2018

30:07

John de Graaf is my new guest on An Economy of Well-being podcast. John is a Seattle-based independent producer of the award-winning television documentaries Affluenza and Escape from Affluenza, and is the national …

The Well-being Business: Introduction

May 26th, 2018

6:22

In this series of podcasts, author and economist Mark Anielski, explores how well-being is being integrated into the business world, government …

The Well-being Corporation: Introduction

May 26th, 2018

6:37

In this short podcast I introduce the idea of how businesses can incorporate well-being principles and practices into their operations. Can a new Well-being Bottom Line become the fundamental measure of success of a new …

Well-being By Design

May 26th, 2018

13:23

In this second podcast I explore the concept of incorporating well-being attributes in the architecture and design of buildings, office spaces, our homes and even on the 'internet of things.'

Personal Happiness and Well-being

May 26th, 2018

8:18

This is my first rough cut podcast about my personal perspective on personal happiness and well-being.

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