Denise Hearn is an advisor, author, and speaker who works with organizations, asset managers, and companies who want to use their resources to support a more equitable future. She is co-author of The Myth of Capitalism: Monopolies and the Death of Competition — named one of the Financial Times’ Best Books of 2018 and endorsed by two Nobel Prize winners. She also helped launch the First Principles Forum, a platform to support and challenge technology company founders who want to use their wealth for good — in partnership with Bloomberg Beta and The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society.
In this episode, Denise takes us into the world of liminality straddling the worlds of grammar and poetry. She talks about transcending paradigms, taking comfort in the paradoxical nature of life, and tapping into life force energy to find fulfillment in our daily work.
“The task of all of us is to try to find what our life wants to speak in the world. That’s the most meaningful journey.” – Denise Hearn