Society & Culture:Places & Travel
Storytelling in a VUCA World - with Alina Siegfried and JoAnna Haugen
"We can’t have a different future if we can’t imagine it first”
Whether we’re conscious of it or not, how we live, work, play - and travel - is all informed by the stories we tell ourselves, by the narratives we continue to uphold. We are all storytellers, and the stories we tell and how we tell them matter.
Join us in this two part episode on storytelling in a VUCA world. Our guest for part one is Alina Siegfried who guides us in exploring a new story for humanity, and new myths and narratives for a different future that we can all create together.
In part two, we’re joined by JoAnna Haugen, master storyteller for tourism, who shares how to craft honest, intentional, complicated, and complex stories that help shift our mindset as we adapt to our changing world.
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Show notes and links:
Big World, Small Planet: Abundance within Planetary Boundaries - Johan Rockstrom
Sir Edmund Hillary Fellowship
Yuval Noah Harari - Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
Our Common Future, also known as Brundtland Report 1987
Limits to Growth - Donella Meadows
Rooted Story Telling - JoAnna Haugen
Guide: Navigating the Climate Crisis: A Guide for Content Creators
IPCC Sixth Assessment Report: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability
This podcast is created Debbie Clarke and Josie Major. Audio Production and music is by Clarrie Macklin.
A huge thanks to UNESCO NZ for their support for this project.
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