Investing in the best vision for our future
Tuesday, 17th November 2020
Ollen Douglass is the Managing Director of the 150 million USD venture capital fund, Motley Fool Ventures. It is one of a very small number of $100M+ venture funds run by a Black person, and just recently, Motley Fool Ventures was awarded the Deal Team of the Year by the National Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth. Join us for an open hearted conversation with Ollen about how the world of investing can be a beacon of hope and light in a world that is so challenged as it is today.
From startup revolution to green transition: working for a better future
Tuesday, 24th November 2020
Tine Thygesen has been doing well by doing good in the Danish startup ecosystem for more than a decade. Tine has been on all sides of the startup table. She spent several years deeply entrenched in building one startup at a time, and for other long stretches she has dedicated herself to being an ecosystem builder. Today, she is all about the necessary green transition.
"Never let formal education get in the way of your learning"
Speakers at Heartful Academy are selected according to the following criteria
1) They have profound wisdom to share within the domains of Nature, Psychology, Philosophy, Spirituality or Science
2) They know how to connect their insights to the world of business, making it relevant to leaders at all levels
3) They are skilled speakers who understand how to get their message across in an engaging way
4) They are dedicated to positive impact for People & Planet
5) They are heartful themselves. This means that they are warm, kind, caring, and inspiring to spend time with
While event organisers often go for the most famous speakers they can get in touch with, fame does not factor in at Heartful Academy
Today, fame is a poor predictor for how much we really ought to listen to a person. As curators, we are all about the depht and usefulness of the message, and the speaker's ability to share from a place of authenticity. How many followers they have on Twitter, or views on YouTube, doesn't mean much to us.
Do you have ideas for future speakers?