EP 044 Moving From Takers to Givers: The Etymology of Entrepreneurship
In this episode, our dialogue guest is Lyla June. Lyla is a renowned public speaker, poet, hip-hop artist and acoustic singer-songwriter of Diné (Navajo) and Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) lineages. Her music and message centers around intergenerational and inter-ethnic healing, as well as an articulation of Indigenous Philosophy.
Lyla's resonant message and ability to convey paths forward for indigenous liberation have brought her to universities, school assemblies, conferences, music festivals, and community centers across the United States and over ten nations around the world. In our dialogue, we look honestly at the exploitative roots of entrepreneurship and, instead, how to create a business that is truly healing.
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