What happens when unlikely people connect humanly? In this episode of the Human First Podcast, Penny Locaso talks about the power of shared ideas and cross-sector collaboration with Cj Holden, a genuine, down-to-earth human being who is building engaged communities through immersive experiences. Having been in Australia for only 18 months, Cj is about to launch a first-of-its-kind event with hundreds of unlikely people with a similar vision of being a force for change.

This Week We Explore:
  • The importance of respecting other people's journeys
  • Why Cj sees himself as an accidental entrepreneur
  • Cj's journey into s p a c e - a different type of conference - and what that entails
  • What success truly looks like for him
  • What Cj would tell his younger self
You can learn more about the experience and apply to go to s p a c e at https://spaceseries.com/

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