Podcast Interview - The Lisa Show

I recently had a chance to sit down with Lisa Valentine Clark and talk about social impact in day-to-day life. This is the first episode in a series on the topic. Lisa and her team have done a fantastic job.

“Have you ever avoided eye contact with someone holding a cardboard sign? Or felt a twinge as you skipped a YouTube ad asking for charitable donations? Help is needed everywhere, and good people want to help. But those good intentions can quickly turn to paralysis, overwhelm, and a lingering sense of shame for not ‘doing more.’ Meanwhile, experts in helping (that's a real thing!) know that making the world a better place isn't compatible with shame. Lisa tours The Other Side Academy to learn how a few individuals regularly beat the odds and make an extraordinary impact in their community. Aaron Miller from the Ballard Center for Social Impact shares how falling in love with a problem holds the key to transforming that old, familiar, paralyzing guilt into hope, and how anyone can empower themselves to make a difference in the world by making a switch: from doomscrolling to doing good better.”

Doing Good Better | The Lisa Show


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Aaron Miller

Aaron Miller

Provo, UT