One World

Knowing our viewers tune in from every country worldwide, the One World series was created to feature trendsetters and pioneers engaged in social change, modern-day investors leading the change for a better tomorrow. Hosted by Deepak Chopra, this show has already featured over 150 thought leaders, from famous Youtube gamers, Nobel laureates, rock stars, physicists, Wall Street icons to activists. Unique conversations with some of our world’s most specials minds.

About the show

Hosted by: Deepak Chopra

Music: Dennis White

151 episodes

Location: Nasdaq OMX Marketsite, Deepak Homebase, Delos Living

Studio: Martine Dubin Company

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Lucy Liu

Lucy Liu

For most people, Lucy Liu needs no introduction; her illustrious film and television career has made her a household name. As the child of Chinese immigrants in New York City, an acting career was not what Lucy was raised to aspire to. It was something that I wanted to do from a very young age but it was definitely not on the radar for a Chinese immigrant family she joked with Deepak Chopra in this show. They were more concerned with education. But after college, Lucy moved back to New York to begin auditioning and focusing on acting. Read more.

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Jason Silva

Jason Silva

Described by The Atlantic as “part Timothy Leary, part Ray Kurzweil, and part Neo from the Matrix,” Jason Silva is blazing new trails in the ways that people conceive of spirituality, technology, and transcendence. During his youth in Caracas, Venezuela, Silva found art and ideas were the only way to distract himself from death, or the impermanence of the human condition. After studying film and philosophy in the University of Miami, he made “Textures of Selfhood,” a documentary on hedonism and transcendence that garnered him the attention of producers for Al Gore’s cable network Current TV. Silva was a presenter and producer there from 2005 to 2011, but eventually he left television to try his luck with a series of online short films, Philosophical Espresso Shots. These films were a game-changer. Read more.

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Vani Hari

Vani Hari

Vani Hari aka The Food Babe, is a NY Times best-selling author and activist going continuously up against some of the biggest food companies, successfully demanding the removal of dangerous food additives and actively shaping the market place. Vani and Dr. Chopra discuss how she has researched confusing lengthy food labels in a world of over-processed foods & drinks, sharing the truth about harmful ingredients in our daily diet. In this episode you can join Vani’s movement, and learn how to avoid the stuff the food industry is trying to hide, and how to make the right purchasing decisions in the grocery store, creating a life long habit of choosing healthy food.

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Fabien Cousteau

Fabien Cousteau

World-renowned oceanographer, aquanaut, filmmaker and nonprofit founder, Fabien Cousteau is featured in this episode. Fabien Cousteau can be found at TEDGlobal talks, on Skype talks with students and faculty at top universities as he researches from the ocean floor, or in environmentally focused conferences around the world. In this video we are able to experience a rare moment where he sits one-on-one in conversation with Deepak Chopra sharing insights on his passion for ocean conservancy and exploration. Read more.

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Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington

So often in modern society, we look at success as being defined narrowly as attaining money and power. Particularly in the business world, there is a tendency to forget that there should be other measures of success including health, well-being, empathy and morality. These are the things that make up the Third Metric and there is a move by many in the business world to ensure that more emphasis is places on these things. Arianna Huffington is one business leader who is speaking passionately about this move. Read more.

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Jaron Lanier

Jaron Lanier

Jaron Lanier declares that “Consciousness is more fundamental than form,” but when Deepak asks Lanier if he perceives himself as a consciousness, his reply is ambiguous. Regardless of how Lanier perceives himself, he has undeniably contributed to the expansion of human consciousness. In this episode of Deepak Chopra’s One World, we are granted an intimate audience with this technological visionary of our time. Jaron Lanier is an internationally best-selling author, an active participant in the world of new classical music, and a pioneer in the field of virtual reality. Jaron Lanier has been listed on Time’s list of the 100 most influential people, cited by Foreign Policy Magazine as one of the top 100 public intellectuals, and identified as one of the top 50 World Thinkers by Prospect Magazine. Read more.

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Isabella Huffington

Isabella Huffington

Arianna Huffington’s daughter Isabella is an emerging artist with sold-out shows in LA and NYC. She’s dedicated to making her art more accessible and less restricted to the museum space. In this show she explores with Deepak Chopra the comparisons between meditation and art and being able to appreciate what’s around us right now. Isabella started meditating to help heal a decade long eating-disorder caused by anxiety of getting ahead and succeeding. Which goes back to art, she explains. We don’t pay enough attention to where we are. You can pass something 100 times before it actually catches your attention. Having used the unconventional media of sharpies and collage, she believes her experiences with problem solving while making her art is a great metaphor to the limitations we face in our daily life. People try years to make one idea work, why not instead be more creative with the other tools you have and open more doors. Art opens the window to a bigger awareness, it gives you a different perspective. Creating the life you want is part of a creative process too.

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JeromeASF

JeromeASF

Jerome Robert Aceti, known by his online handle JeromeASF, is a pioneer in video-gameplay web broadcasting. JeromeASF got his start at around 14 when he first started recording and posting videos of him and his friends playing first-person shooter games like Halo and Call of Duty on Youtube. He posted those videos with the group accounts HacksourceVideos and AwesomeSauceFilms, but the groups eventually divided into individual accounts when they realized the potential to build their own fanbases. Jerome grew renowned for his Minecraft videos, and he has garnered millions of subscribers. Jerome’s popularity has even led to an affiliation with Machinima, WarnerMedia’s multiplatform online entertainment network. Read more.

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Randi Zuckerberg

Randi Zuckerberg

For so many young children, appearing in a Broadway play is a dream; a fantasy that will perhaps motivate them, but likely never come true. Randi Zuckerberg is no exception. If you had asked me at seven years old what I wanted to do with my life, I would have said I wanted to sing on Broadway. But like many children, there came a point where the goal seemed unreachable. My dreams came to a crashing halt when I got to Harvard and was rejected from the music major and thought gosh, I guess I need a new life plan. Read more.

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Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay

Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay

Anirban Bandyopadhyay is a young man but you wouldn’t know that just from looking at his resume. A Senior Scientist in the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan and currently a visiting scholar at MIT, he is an expert in mathematics, physics, molecular biology, quantum mechanics and in a variety of other fields. Deepak Chopra recently sat down with Anirban to discuss his work and his passion for solving the riddles of the human mind. Read more.

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Emily Abrams

Emily Abrams

At just 19, Emily Abrams believes climate change is her generation’s defining issue and published Don’t Cook the Planet, a cookbook she originally developed while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with her dad. Deepak and Emily discuss how climate change is directly linked to and triggers war, terrorism and the refugee crisis, new diseases and epidemics to social and economic injustice. Your own physical well-being depends on what you put in your body and small simple changes can start at the dinner table. Emily brought together 70 leaders in the fight against climate change and had them share recipes in this book, including activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., actors Robert Redford and Chevy Chase, Chef Stephanie Izard, cricketer Grant Elliott. In this show she helps you understand how you can make a contribution to a better and a healthier planet.

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Willem Dafoe

Willem Dafoe

Willem Dafoe never set out to be a famous actor; he wasn’t a child who dreamed of a place in Hollywood. In fact, growing up, he didn’t really have an answer for those who asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up. I never had a picture in mind, I just kind of drifted from situation to situation, he explains in this show. I never had that moment that you hear a lot of actors have where they say, oh I want to be an actor. For Willem, it was more of a progression from one project to another without a clear desire to turn it into a larger career. But a career is precisely what it became. He recently sat down with Deepak Chopra to discuss his work, the art of acting and how he approaches each new role. Read more.

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Chris Burch

Chris Burch

Tory Burch, VOSS Water, C.Wonder, Faena Hotel+Universe, Chris Burch has unique ways creating successful lifestyle & retail brands.

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Rachel Roy

Rachel Roy

Personal history is so much a part of the people we become later in life; our experiences mold us in a multitude of ways big and small. Nowhere is that more true than in fashion designer, Rachel Roy's life. She recently discussed with Deepak Chopra the important influences in her work and in her life. My dad is Indian and so I consider myself an Indian woman, my mother is Dutch and I think having that balance of two nationalities in the house has affected everything that I do both personally and professionally. Because of the mix of cultures in her life, Rachel loves to mix thing in her professional life; fabrics, colors and patterns are all combined in new ways when things are oddly beautiful that's when I find perfection in it. Read more.

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Johan Ernst Nilson

Johan Ernst Nilson

From The Explorers Club, the Travellers Club, Nepalese Honorary Goodwill Ambassador to his 30 expeditions in 120 countries, Johan Ernst Nilson’s true focus lies with coaching motivation & environmental awareness.

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Trevor Moran

Trevor Moran

From daily YouTube broadcasts, 18 city YouTube tour, X-Factor appearances to winning the Teen Choice Award, 16-year old singer and songwriter Trevor Moran is a veteran in gaining viral YouTube attention reaching millions of fans worldwide. Because of Trevor’s issues with anxiety he and Deepak discuss the meaning of transcendence. Deepak shares how you can overpower anxiety by embodying the moments of trancendence you have in your life. Starting out when he was just 7, his original Apple store dancing sprees went viral and made him famous. Today his fans give him strength and he encourages them to be who you want to be. Outside the box and living the life you want to live without pleasing anyone!

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Kenneth Cole

Kenneth Cole

In today’s fashion industry, there are few names as well-known as Kenneth Cole. The New York based designer has been a household designing shoes, clothing and accessories under a number of different brand names. But Cole’s interests and passions run far beyond the world of fashion and this list of philanthropic causes in which he is involved is as impressive as his career. Cole’s book, This is a Kenneth Cole Production, celebrates his career in fashion while at the same time supporting his charitable work with all proceeds going to support amfAR, The Foundation For AIDS Research. Read more.

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Celine Cousteau

Celine Cousteau

Celine Cousteau is an activist, advocate, explorer, and filmmaker who follows in the footsteps of her grandfather, famed explorer Jacques Cousteau, in making the public at large more aware of the world we live in. She first experienced diving just before the age of nine, when her grandfather gave her a quick but integral lesson in the waters off the coast of Monaco. When Deepak asks about parallels between diving and meditation, Cousteau remarks on how the attention she pays to every breath underwater generates her most meditative state. In this video, Cousteau and Deepak discuss the state of the ocean today, and the ways in which she utilizes her production company, CauseCentric Productions, to share the stories of people working to make a difference around the world. Read more.

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Alan Patricof

Alan Patricof

Discussing the origins of venture capitalism, Alan Patricof explains to Deepak how the idea of backers supporting innovation can probably be traced all the way back to the Bronze Age, but Patricof concedes that the practice that we now know of as venture capitalism truly had its start in the United States after the second world war. In this episode of One World with Deepak Chopra, Patricof, the founder and managing director of venture capital firm Greycroft LLC, as well as APAX, one of the world’s leading private equity firms, provides a vivid picture of the history, the function, and the mentality of the venture capital world. As one of the early pioneers in the industry, his is a perspective informed by tremendous success and extensive experience in the world of venture capital. Read more.

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Michael Lazerow

Michael Lazerow

Michael Lazerow, digital pioneer and entrepreneur, informs Deepak of the two keys to the success he has experienced: Marrying the first person who loved him, and being able to recognize opportunity when it presents itself. He and his wife were both young and working in the dotcom world when they got married, and the two of them pursued all their endeavors together, including the creation Buddy Media Inc. Prior to that, Lazerow had established University Wire while he was a student at Northwestern. University Wire connected 700 campus newspapers online at a time before email existed. He ended up selling University Wire to CBS. Following the success of University Wire, Lazerow established Golf.com, which he eventually sold to Time Warner’s Time Inc. division. Lazerow recognizes that he was lucky to be coming of age concurrent with the dotcom boom, and is grateful that he was confident enough to optimize on the opportunities that manifested before him. Read more.

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Mike D

Mike D

Regardless of your particular tastes in music, it is likely that you are familiar with Mike D or at the very least with the band that made him a household name. The Beastie Boys founder recently sat down with Deepak Chopra to discuss his passion for music, how his career started and what he’s doing now. Read more.

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Shaifali Puri

Shaifali Puri

As the daughter of Indian immigrants who came to this country to pursue higher education, it is not surprising that Shaifali Puri has followed in her parents very motivated footsteps. Shaifali recently sat down with Deepak Chopra to discuss how she began her career and how it brought her to the Nike Foundation. Read more.

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Diane von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg

There are few people who have had as much impact on the fashion world as Diane Von Furstenberg. Legendary for her effortless wrap dresses and vibrant patterns, her influence on design can be seen everywhere. Stars like Gwenyth Paltrow, Susan Sarandon, Jennifer Lopez and even Kate Middleton have worn her designs. When Deepak Chopra sat down with Diane he wanted to discuss what has been the inspiration for a woman who has gone on to inspire so many others. Read more.

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Dr. Rudolph Tanzi

Dr. Rudolph Tanzi

One of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential People in 2016, professor of neurology, genetics and aging, Dr. Rudy Tanzi is leading the charge in research on modification of genes. Dr. Chopra and Dr. Tanzi elaborate in this show how your perceptual experience, your lifestyle, essentially your mind and behavior, influence everything at a cellular level, your gene expression. Your body is so responsive to your experiences, such as exercise and meditation, that we have immediate genetic changes in our brain based on the way we live our lives.

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Ben Kaufman

Ben Kaufman

America's Most Promising CEOs Under 35 and Top Entrepreneur in the Country under the Age of 30, Mophie inventor & Quirky Founder Ben Kaufman is bringing social product development & invention to the next level of accessibility.

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Paul Tudor Jones

Paul Tudor Jones

As one of the highest earning hedge fund managers of his generation and the founder of the highly successful Robin Hood Foundation, Paul Tudor Jones is no stranger to success. Yet his faith and passion for enhancing the conscious mind have made him a true maverick. In fact, he attributes much of his success as a businessman and a philanthropist to his spirituality. Read more.

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Peter Thum

Peter Thum

As Founder of the social ventures Ethos Water, Liberty United, & Fonderie 47, as well as advising Global Fund for Human Rights, and FEED projects, Peter Thum is an advocate for corporate responsibility, social justice & peace.

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Erica Ford

Erica Ford

LIFE Camp Inc., the Love My LIFE tour, Erica Ford is notably one of the most diligent and effective activists of her generation on gun violence, even advising President Obama.

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Max Tegmark

Max Tegmark

Life, Max Tegmark tells Deepak, is the single most important thing in the universe. Without life, he says, without consciousness, without our ability to be self-aware, the universe would be a waste of space. Humanity ought not to feel insignificant because of our small size, because the notion of the beauty of everything else, only exists as a product of our perceptions. Read more.

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Lauren Bush Lauren

Lauren Bush Lauren

As the granddaughter of a former President of the United States and the daughter-in-law of American designer Ralph Lauren, Lauren Bush Lauren is no stranger to community involvement and creating brands. But her familial connections are only part of the story. Lauren’s fashion brand FEED is changing the way business and global aid interact. What started as a fundraiser for the UN World Food Program has turned into a thriving business, with the mission of creating well made products that help feed the world. Read more.

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DJ Spooky

DJ Spooky

Music is a reflection of the internal as it tries to understand the external, DJ Spooky tells Deepak, referring to it as the poetry of the unconscious. In this One World interview, composer, artist, and writer Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, speaks to Deepak about how art relates to and affects the cultural and ecological state of the planet. Miller has performed works in collaboration with artists ranging from Metallica to Laurie Anderson, from Chuck D to Yoko Ono. He is the writer of the acclaimed nonfiction book Rhythm Sounds, as well as The Book of Ice, an experiential visual and acoustic portrait of the Antarctic. He also edited the anthology Sound Unbound, and is the editor of Origin Magazine. He was the first Artist-in-Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, has composed works for the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Seoul Institute of the Arts, and received the National Geographic Emerging Explorer Award in 2014. Read more.

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Hafez Nazeri

Hafez Nazeri

As Recipient of many awards incl. from The Irvine City Hall, United States Congress, and UCLA, Hafez Nazeri is an Iranian composer of Kurdish descent, spreading Rumi’s spiritual message of peace through music.

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Robert Thurman

Robert Thurman

One of the most influential Americans & expert on Tibetan Buddhism, author & father of actress Uma Thurman, Prof. Robert Thurman is ordained as Buddhist monk by H.H. the Dalai Lama & a scholar-activist conveying precious teachings of Siddhartha.

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Neil Blumenthal

Neil Blumenthal

Native New Yorker Neil Blumenthal was taught to value community at a young age while attending a Quaker school in Manhattan. Combine that with his background in international relations and conflict resolution and it’s not hard to see why Neil developed a global awareness, that has really lead to his success as an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. Read more.

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Jehane Noujaim

Jehane Noujaim

With her unusual background and upbringing between the United States and the Middle East, Jehane Noujaim has a unique vantage point from which to film stories. In her Oscar nominated documentary The Square Noujaim follows a number of Egyptians through the ongoing Egyptian Revolution, the Arab Spring. Read more.

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Noella Coursaris

Noella Coursaris

International model & humanitarian Noella Coursaris Musunka, built The Malaika School in her native Congo, providing a free quality education to 202 girls & access to water to 10,000 people.

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Leonard Mlodinow

Leonard Mlodinow

As writing partner of Stephen Hawking, and shows incl. Star Trek and MacGyver, theoretical physicist Dr. Leonard Mlodinow’s multifarious mind has lead him to be the developer of a new type of perturbation theory for eigenvalue problems in quantum mechanics. In this show Dr. Chopra and him discuss topics such as randomness as a concept and how it effects your life, and how we misjudge effects of randomness. They also touch the topics of your unconsciousness mind and how it rules your behavior.

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Desmond Child

Desmond Child

Selling over 300 million albums worldwide with 70 top 40 hits, songwriter & producer Desmond Child has worked with Aerosmith, Kiss, Joan Jett, Cher, Ricky Martin, Bon Jovi, Kelly Clarkson.

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Kabir Sehgal

Kabir Sehgal

New York Times bestselling author, Grammy-winning producer, and VP at J.P. Morgan Kabir Sehgal discusses his latest book “Coined” ..endorsed by Paul Volcker, Jimmy Carter, Muhammad Yunus, Sheila Bair & Walter Isaacson.

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Donna Karan

Donna Karan

An icon of the fashion industry; there are very few people who are not familiar with the design work of Donna Karen. Donna was born into fashion; My father was a tailor and my mother was a fashion model so I thought that [fashion] was the one thing I never wanted to do. Of course whatever we don't want, that's what happens, she recalled in a sit down with Deepak Chopra. It seems that Donna was destined for a career in the fashion industry and since her start with Anne Klein in the 1960s, her rise through the fashion world has been meteoric. What is perhaps less widely known is Donna's work with Urban Zen. Read more.

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David Rose

David Rose

Described by Forbes as “New York's Archangel”, David S. Rose is 3rd generation angel investor and an Inc. 500 CEO who founded or funded over 90 pioneering companies.

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Michael Fitzpatrick

Michael Fitzpatrick

From the Hollywood Bowl, The Jordanian Royal Palace to The National Cathedral, recipient of The Prince Charles Award Michael Fitzpatrick shares his 18 year musical collaboration closely with HH the Dalai Lama.

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Nancy Mahon

Nancy Mahon

Make-up and HIV/AIDS prevention are not two things that are often linked, or even discussed at the same time. But the MAC AIDS Fund is doing just that and as their Global Director, Nancy Mahon is leading the charge to help eradicate one of the most deadly diseases on the planet. Read more.

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Congressman Tim Ryan

Congressman Tim Ryan

Congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio was elected to the House of Representatives in 2002 and served as a member of the powerful House Appropriations Committee which controls the expenditure of money by the federal government and the House Budget Committee which has oversight over the federal budget process. With these responsibilities, it should be no surprise that he has some experience with stress. In his book, A Mindful Nation, Congressman Ryan explores the ways that mindfulness and quiet contemplation can help recapture the American spirit. Read more.

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Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart

Internationally renowned author, talk show host & business woman, Martha Stewart is the visionary behind a true lifestyle brand including her shows, magazine, wines, flowers, furniture, books, cooking & food.

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Ray Chambers

Ray Chambers

There aren’t many people who have had more of a dramatic impact on the health and wellbeing of children globally than Ray Chambers. Ray Chambers was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time Magazine not for his career in private equity - though he had an illustrious and extremely lucrative career that is worthy of note in and of itself - but rather for his work on behalf of children in the developing world. Read more.

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Krishna Das

Krishna Das

Grammy Award Nominated Kirtan artist Krishna Das has combined his passions for life, music & yoga chanting, creating a series of breathtaking & groundbreaking sounds.

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John Kluge, Jr.

John Kluge, Jr.

Sanitation, hunger, poverty, cyber security, John Kluge, Jr. is committed to support issues that will impact at least 1 billion people.

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Slava Rubin

Slava Rubin

Fortune’s “40 under 40”, Slava Rubin revolutionized crowdsourcing by creating Indiegogo.com.. raising millions monthly through millions of their website visitors.

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Prof. Neil Theise

Prof. Neil Theise

A diagnostic liver pathologist and adult stem academic in New York City, Professor Neil Theise is considered a pioneer of multi-organ adult stem cell research.

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Soraya Darabi

Soraya Darabi

”30 Under 30” social media guru Soraya Darabi is a pioneer in the Conscious Consumerism movement with her new company Zady.com.

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Mick Ebeling

Mick Ebeling

In this episode Mick Ebeling and Deepak Chopra discuss the power of creativity in context to Mick’s EyeWriter and BrainWriter, as well as Project Daniel. Mick’s EyeWriter, considered by Time Magazine as the 50 Best Inventions, is an interface that allows those with full paralysis to communicate through the use of their eye movements. He also shares his current work with Not Impossible Labs. This nonprofit is an award-winning instigator of innovation and content creator, founded on the principle of Technology for the Sake of Humanity.

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Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz

Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz

Continuing the Charles Schwab legacy, Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz is making investing and financial literacy more accessible to the American public.

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Sugar Ray Leonard

Sugar Ray Leonard

Olympic Gold Medalist & 6 times World Boxing Champion Sugar Ray Leonard, now dedicates his fight to his company Exhale Cosmetics and the Exhale for Peace Foundation for the special disabled military veterans.

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Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein

One of fashion’s biggest stars Calvin Klein, is an icon in an industry that can make a designer a household name one year and then send them crashing back into anonymity the next. Yet he has managed to maintain prominence since founding his company in 1967. Read more.

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Frederique Van Der Wal

Frederique Van Der Wal

Supermodel turned entrepreneur Frederique van der Wal, founded Frederique's Choice an e-commerce business selling flower bouquets and lifestyle across 10 countries in Europe. As part of this focus Deepak Chopra and Frederique share some intimate stories discussing the biological effects of being surrounded by flowers. It’s proven that flowers not only give a reaction but take away anxiety, worry and more importantly put you physically in the moment. The intelligence that creates flowers ultimately creates our lives. Flowers release oxygen, something we can’t live without, yet need carbon oxide which we release with every breath we take. In this One World show, Frederique and Deepak trivialize the significance of this object of nature.

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Eddie Stern

Eddie Stern

Today, Eddie Stern is best known as a yogi to the stars, working with A-List celebrities including Madonna and Russell Brand among others. Beyond his celebrity status in the yoga world his work as a philanthropist and his desire to be giving back make him an inspiration well beyond the yoga mat. Read more.

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Eric Lichtblau

Eric Lichtblau

Pullitzer Prize winning Investigative Reporter of the New York Times Eric Lichtblau, discusses his latest book The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler’s Men.

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Dr. Mark Hyman

Dr. Mark Hyman

As Director of the Cleveland Clinic’s Functional Medicine Center and founder of the UltraWellness Center, NY Times best-selling author Dr. Mark Hyman is dedicated to tackling the root causes of chronic disease by harnessing the power of functional medicine to transform healthcare. In this episode he discusses with Deepak how illness is a state of imbalance and simple modifications to diet and lifestyle can have transformative impact to your overall well-being.

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Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay

Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay

Recognized for inventing nano brain, Anirban Bandyopadhyay is involved in setting up a global platform for creating a super-intelligent molecular machine “Bramha“.

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Dr. Michael Roizen

Dr. Michael Roizen

Listed as one of the top 10 internists in the USA, Chief Wellness Officer of the Cleveland Clinic Dr. Michael Roizen’s is the creator of RealAge, the research and calculation of the actual age of your body, verses your calendar age. Dr. Chopra and Dr. Roizen discuss how 152 items have been diagnosed in 4 studies to make a difference in your rate of aging. Roizen’s main focus in all this is to promote successful wellness practices and educate his patients preventative measures to help lead happy, healthier, and longer lives.

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Donald DeGracia

Donald DeGracia

Dr. Donald DeGracia’s research area is the mechanisms of cells in the brain and the altered states of consciousness. In this episode Dr. DeGracia and Dr. Chopra’s question the nature of the human experience by examining Eastern and Western medical practices. Understanding the intricacies of for example the yogic traditions, such as pratyahara yoga and yoga nidra, there is potential to scientifically understand the link between the mental and physical worlds.

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Fran Drescher

Fran Drescher

From The Nanny to Cinderella, the Emmy Award winning actress, NY Times bestselling author and executive producer Fran Drescher is one of the smartest women in entertainment.

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Alastair Parvin

Alastair Parvin

Pioneering the democratization of production, WikiHouse founder Alastair Parvin designed open-source architecture available to 100% of the population.

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Maxine Bedat

Maxine Bedat

Co-founder of Zady.com & founder of The Bootstrap Project Maxine Bedat is at the forefront of the Conscious Consumerism movement & the fight to end poverty.

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Esther Dyson

Esther Dyson

Flickr, Evernote, Square, 23andMe, Esther Dyson is breaking boundaries in technology, business and philanthropy.

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Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

Most 14-year old boys find themselves interested just in sports, school dances, and making it through high school. Shiva Ayyadurai was no ordinary teenager. Read more.

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Paul Scialla

Paul Scialla

As a Partner at Goldman Sachs for the past 10 years, Paul Scialla’s interest in both altruistic capitalism and in sustainability led him to found Delos, the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate.

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Dr. Iva Fattorini

Dr. Iva Fattorini

As a doctor focused on international health, Dr. Iva Fattorini has had the opportunity to observe many patients from around the world in the ways in which they deal with their treatment. She noticed that for many patients once the medical tests are done, so much of their time is spent waiting. They are essentially left to watch the clock because many hospitals do not provide additional stimulation beyond the basics of treatment for their patients. Dr. Fattorini believes that a hospital stay should be able to do more than just treat the body, hospitals should offer chances for mental and even spiritual growth through the arts. Read more.

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Georg Kell

Georg Kell

Georg Kell is the architect & leader of the largest voluntary corporate sustainability initiative, the UN Global Compact.

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Sharad Devarajan

Sharad Devarajan

A lifelong fan of comics, Sharad Devarajan built Asia’s largest comics publisher & has partnered with Stan Lee, Richard Branson, Gotham Chopra.

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Sylvia Ann Hewlett

Sylvia Ann Hewlett

As one of the Thinkers50 list of the world’s most influential business gurus, Sylvia Ann Hewlett expresses a prominent voice on the economy, talent, gender & workplace issues.

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Dr. Dacher Keltner

Dr. Dacher Keltner

Social scientist and founder of the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California Berkley, Dr. Dacher Keltner focuses on the social functions of emotion that define human social living. Dr. Chopra and Dr. Keltner discuss interpersonal neurobiology in this episode, the pro-social emotions including compassion, touch, gratitude or awe, and their scientific connection to the eco-system of life and our overall evolution. A fascinating conversation around science based practical approaches to finding meaning and happiness.

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Dov Seidman

Dov Seidman

Top 60 Global Thinker of the Last Decade, Dov Seidman has helped navigate 100s of companies across 100 countries operate towards sustainable values with a principled & profitable way.

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Dr. Mohammad Bhuiyan

Dr. Mohammad Bhuiyan

Who’s Who in the World & Who’s Who in America, Prof Mohammad Bhuiyan is the CEO of the Nobel Peace Laureates 2015 Summit in Atlanta and President & CEO of Yunus Creative Lab, Inc.

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Linda Rottenberg

Linda Rottenberg

It was while in a taxi cab in Argentina that Linda Rottenberg was confronted with the fact that while the entrepreneurial spirit is something to be celebrated in the United States, this is not the case in many places across the globe. In fact, her driver, who held a degree in engineering was not even familiar with the word entrepreneur. When Linda cofounded Endeavor in 1997, it was to help people like this; people with the skills and expertise but without understanding of how to create a business. Read more.

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Danielle Posa

Danielle Posa

On the forefront of connecting the world's public & private sector leaders to the research on wellbeing, Danielle Posa strives to improve the quality of life.

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Adam Braun

Adam Braun

Featured at Google Zeitgeist, Clinton Global Initiative, UN & Forbes' 30 Under 30 list, Adam Braun’s Pencils of Promise has already built more than 100 schools in developing countries.

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Nicholas Kristof

Nicholas Kristof

With the success of their first book, Half the Sky, Nicholas and his wife Sheryl WuDunn exposed the harsh realities of slavery and sexual exploitation that so many women and girls face worldwide. The husband and wife writing team has followed the success of that first project with the equally ambitious A Path Appears which details the ways in which individuals are fostering social change that is making a real difference on a global scale. Deepak Chopra caught up with Nick at Deepak’s home in New York City for an exclusive One World interview. Read more.

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Sheryl Wudunn

Sheryl Wudunn

One of the “150 Women Who Shake the World”, Sheryl Wudunn is the 1st Asian-American reporter and together with her husband Nick Kristof the 1st couple to win a Pulitzer Prize.

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Keith Mitchell

Keith Mitchell

For Keith Mitchell, what started as a way to get out of going to church with his parents turned into a successful career. Keith was in the early years of a very successful professional NFL football career when two games into the 2003 season with the Jacksonville Jaguars, that career was cut short. He made a particularly hard hit and ended up flat on his back. It wasn't supposed to be an unusual hit but as Keith told Deepak Chopra, from that point on, my journey truly began. This particular hit left him with a spinal contusion that temporarily paralyzed him. My mind was saying move, I thought I heard myself speak 'move!' but my body wasn't responding. Read more.

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Martin Lindstrom

Martin Lindstrom

A TIME Magazine Influential 100 Honoree, author, public speaker and consumer advocate, Martin Lindstrom is bridging the gap between the modern consumer & big company brands.

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Luc Montagnier

Luc Montagnier

A French virologist and a recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his 1983 discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus or abbreviated HIV, Dr. Luc Montagnier and Dr. Deepak Chopra both agree and discuss how no disease or virus is very simple but that the immune system is highly dependable on your mental state. The Microbiom responses to elements including nutrition, sleep, and exercise. So even though it is a very complex situation when you interfere with the ecosystem, or the human biology, you can increase the respectability, or the resistance, of a disease no matter what the virus might be doing.

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Mallika Chopra

Mallika Chopra

On his One World show Deepak Chopra has had the opportunity to sit down with a variety of guest from a multitude of fields to discuss their successes and the projects they support. Deepak is no stranger to success stories though; beyond his own highly successful career, there are a number of successful entrepreneurs and philanthropists in his own family. In a very special episode Deepak shared with us a conversation with his daughter Mallika Chopra. Read more.

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Benjamin Patton

Benjamin Patton

As General George S. Patton's grandson, Ben Patton is leading his own fight with Patton Veterans Project & Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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Nigel Barker

Nigel Barker

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Girl Up and Make-a-Wish, Nigel Barker’s photo credits go beyond America’s Next Top Model, GQ, Ted Baker, Sony and the Emmy Awards.

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Dr Raphael Kellman

Dr Raphael Kellman

Dr. Chopra and Dr. Raphael Kellman, founder of the Kellman Center and a specialist in Microbiom, explain in this episode how the Microbiom are trillions of bacteria in our gut, outnumbering our human cells, 10 to 1. These bacteria play a role in metabolism and gut function, a critical role in immune function, and a critical role in the function of the brain. This is something the Western medical practices have terribly overlooked until recently. About 20 to 30% of chemicals circulating in our blood are the metabolic product of these bacteria, cross-talking back and forward with the human genome. The Microbiom is the master key to a healthy immune system as well as healthy brain function, something ancient tradition have known for thousands of years!

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Yogi Cameron Alborzian

Yogi Cameron Alborzian

Yogi Cameron and Deepak Chopra discuss the benefits of Yoga and Ayurveda, in a detailed conversation around restoring your natural health with the 8 limbs of yoga, not emphasized during most yoga classes: Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi. Deepak and Cameron both agree that your 5 senses always take you outward, and in other to go inward you have to edit your sensory experience in your daily life. Live by the laws of nature and you’ll be fine!

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Ken Kobayashi

Ken Kobayashi

Coming from a family of 350 years of Japanese holistic healers, Ken Kobayashi has been treating & teaching Homeostasis for over 50 years himself. To cure most chronic conditions in the West we suppress the symptoms and don’t get to the root cause, therefore chronic conditions stay chronic. Deepak and Ken discuss how over 95% of genes are influenced by lifestyle and how your physical body is an electromagnetic biofield, which you can influence too. By restoring your homeostasis you can cure many diseases.

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Charles Best

Charles Best

Oprah’s Favorite things & “60 Most Innovative Companies in the World,” Charles Best’s DonorsChoose.org is revolutionizing education.

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Ala'a Basatneh

Ala'a Basatneh

Honored by Amnesty International as Human Rights Hero, Ala’a Basatneh’s efforts in Syria have made her the main character of Hollywood feature documentary #ChicagoGirl. Born in Damascus, she was schooled and raised in Chicago. At only 19 she became an imminent link in the Syrian revolution. By means of social media she connected 100s of thousands of activists in Syria with journalists, expatriates, Syrian students studying abroad, and orchestrated lines of communication. From translation news coming from the warzones, alarming villagers of planned attacks so they would be able to escape just in time with little children, to raising awareness with the hashtag #SpeakUpforSyrianChildren. A brave young woman, Deepak Chopra thanks her for all she does for humanity at the end of his conversation with her.

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Michael Bronner

Michael Bronner

As Digitas, Upromise & Unreal Founder, Michael Bronner uses social mission as a basis for his entrepreneurial endeavors.

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Michelle King Robson

Michelle King Robson

After being given an unnecessary hysterectomy at the age of 42, Michelle King Robson saw a dramatic shift in her health. She went into menopause overnight, gained weight, experienced hot flashes, joint pain and memory loss. I got so sick that I didn’t want to live anymore, she recalls of the experience. Her struggles with the procedure and the long road to recovery that followed, lead her to create her website EmpowHER.com. Read more.

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Josh Siegel

Josh Siegel

As humans we are drawn to other humans. We find comfort and strength in bonding together to form close knit groups that keep in mind the interests of the entire group rather than focusing solely on the needs of any one individual. We call these groups communities and we create them in nearly every aspect of our lives; our neighborhoods are communities, at work we may have another close-knit community and online we can have communities based on common interests not bound by geography. With community playing such a key role in our lives, it seems like a natural step to create financial communities. This was the vision that Josh Siegel had in 2003 when he founded StoneCastle Partners which has grown to be one of the largest and most respected firms in community banking. Read more.

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Brad Gruno

Brad Gruno

Brad’s Raw Foods founder Brad Gruno makes people feel better from farmers markets to 3000 retail stores nationwide.

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Courtney Reum

Courtney Reum

Rising Star Awardee, Eco-Entrepreneur & Harvard Study Case, Courtney Reum’s Veev gives back, wastes nothing and educates millions.

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Bruce Poon Tip

Bruce Poon Tip

Named Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth by National Geographic, Bruce Poon Tip’s G Adventures is a leader in sustainable tourism transforming the way people think about travel.

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Nataly Kogan

Nataly Kogan

Co-founder & CEO of emotional-wellness company Happier.com, Nataly Kogan’s vision is to make the world happier by inspiring millions of people to notice & share small positive moments in their daily lives.

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Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay

Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay

Developing the unique quantum music measurement machine, Anirban Bandyopadhyay developed a new frequency fractal model to establish a world of physical biology squarely parallel to chemical only biology.

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Jazz Johnson

Jazz Johnson

Sustainable farmer, Johnson & Johnson heiress & Co-author of The Social Climber’s Bible Jazz Johnson, outlines in her book the satire, history & tips for the trade of social climbing, and how it pervades American culture.

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Kristopher Bronner

Kristopher Bronner

As Fast Company top food stories of the year, UNREAL™ founder Kris Bronner is reversing some of the most troubling health trends by “Unjunking America” with candy.

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David Gorodyansky

David Gorodyansky

As nearly every facet of our lives becomes more and more dependent on the sharing of data and information via the internet, we become increasingly vulnerable to virtual theft and breaches of privacy. With this new threat has come a demand for cyber security. David Gorodyansky is one of the savvy businessmen who are rising to meet that demand. His software security company, AnchorFree is responsible for creating to product ‘Hotspot Shield’ which became instrumental in fueling the dissemination of critical information during the Arab Spring. Read more.

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Tara Stiles

Tara Stiles

As founder of Strala “Radiate Light” Yoga and Reebok’s Yoga Line, Tara Stiles is a rebel teacher bringing her movement from her studios to mainstream gym’s across the globe.

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Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

Innovation Anytime, Anyplace by Anybody is Shiva Ayyadurai's focus with Innovation Corps, his foundation that stimulates entrepreneurship with Indian & US youth.

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Dr. Sanjiv Chopra

Dr. Sanjiv Chopra

One of the foremost authorities in the world on liver disease and faculty dean of continuing education at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Sanjiv Chopra shares some intimate memories growing up with his brother Deepak Chopra and on a professional note a variety of topics from the trends in medical education, with data becoming more interactive and accessible through the cloud, Sanjiv’s studies on the principles of leadership, and his research into the benefits of drinking coffee, which include reduced risk on multiple type of cancers, Parkinson, type 2 diabetes and more.

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Dr. Linda Bender

Dr. Linda Bender

Endorsed by Jane Goodall, Deepak Chopra , Rupert Sheldrake, Dr. Larry Dossey, Dr Linda Bender's latest book Animal Wisdom illuminates the undeniable ability for animals to restore our ecological, emotional and spiritual balance.

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Marc Ostrofsky

Marc Ostrofsky

Blinds.com, business.com, eticket.com, Marc Ostrofsky’s domain business is the considered Internet real estate and recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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Lauren Anderson

Lauren Anderson

After the traumatic loss of her 17-year old brother in high school due to suicide, Lauren Anderson launched and is now running the Josh Anderson Foundation. The organization helps prevent teenage suicide and implement programs in high schools that reduce stigma and empower youth to seek help. Lauren explains in this show that if you can interject and connect with the student during a period of crisis, most often you can talk them out of taking an impulsive decision. Mindfulness, meditation and yoga in addition play a big role in the ongoing process. Youth are not necessarily self-aware. During busy school weeks they’re generally going and going and going. Students need the tools to be a little more self-aware of what they’re feeling and thinking, and positively react instead of impulsively reacting. Lauren tries to help safe teenage lives and take to heart their mental wellness.

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Sonia Tudor Jones

Sonia Tudor Jones

As co-founder of Sonima Wellness and the Sonima Foundation, Sonia Tudor Jones is passionate about achieving meaningful change in global communities through best practices in health & wellness.

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Sumant Mandal

Sumant Mandal

As the founder of The Hive and The Fabric, Sumant Mandal is at the forefront of the next generation of networking and venture capital towards new technology businesses.

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Jenny Santi

Jenny Santi

From Goldie Hawn to David Foster to some of Asia's most prominent billionaires, Jenny Santi is a trusted philanthropy advisor to the world’s leading and biggest philanthropists.

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John Megrue

John Megrue

There used to be a fairly consistent progression in the business world’s approach to philanthropy. You would start a business, make your fortune and then, later in life, take that fortune and put some of it towards making the world a better place. With profits being the major driver of business, there doesn’t always seem to be room for giving back at the same time. Read more.

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Rasselas Lakew

Rasselas Lakew

Ethiopian born Rasselas Lakew, received critical acclaim and multiple international awards with the movie “The Athlete”.. a true story based on the life of legendary Ethiopian Abebe Bikila ..the first African marathon runner to win Olympic Gold 3 consecutive times.

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Annette Herfkens

Annette Herfkens

As the sole survivor of a plane crash + 8 day survival in the Vietnamese jungle, Anette Herfkens combined her life changing views on life, luck, purpose into her brand new book “Turbulence”.

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Harvey Spevak

Harvey Spevak

With over 59 locations between the US, UK & Canada, Equinox CEO Harvey Spevak creates lifestyle spaces where members can rejuvenate the mind, body & soul and maximize their lives.

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Robin Dubin Avram

Robin Dubin Avram

Through her program LINKED, Robin Dubin Avram strives to bring together children from different backgrounds through creative and community based activities.

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Dr. Murali Doraiswamy

Dr. Murali Doraiswamy

Globally recognized expert & researcher Dr Murali Doraiswamy, focuses on Alzheimer’s intervention & treatment possibilities and other memory disorders.

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Lisa Miller

Lisa Miller

Founding the Spirituality and Mind Body Institute at Columbia University, Professor Lisa Miller runs the first Ivy League graduate program to concentrate on spiritual psychology.

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Masami Saionji

Masami Saionji

As author, spiritual leader, head of a global peace movement, & Chair of The Goi Peace Foundation, The World Peace Prayer Society, and Byakko Shinko Kai, Masami Saionji’s lives for Peace to Prevail on Earth.

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Nadia Manzoor

Nadia Manzoor

Dancer, actress, performer, Nadia Manzoor is giving a face & a voice to young Muslim women growing up in an increasingly global, interconnected and modern world.

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Dr. Wayne Jonas

Dr. Wayne Jonas

Having combined his experiences during his military service with his extensive medical career, Dr. Wayne Jonas has become a leader in the science of healing, promoting drastic changes towards optimal healing environments, physical as well as internally - mind body practices. Jonas and Chopra in this episode discuss the core elements that should be integrated into our healthcare system, the pathogenic or cure-based approach, and the salutogenic the healing based approach.

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Lisa Lovatt-Smith

Lisa Lovatt-Smith

Who Knows Tomorrow Author & OAfrica Founder Lisa Lovatt-Smith, grew from international Editor of Vogue to becoming one of the most celebrated child orphan advocates in Africa.

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Jennifer McCrea

Jennifer McCrea

Donorschoose.org, Millennium Promise, Pencils for Promise, Teach for America, Jennifer McCrea has had a crucial impact in the world of philanthropy with her company Exponential Fundraising.

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Priya Parker

Priya Parker

WEF’s Global Agenda Council on Values member & founder of Thrive Labs, Priya Parker advises leaders and organizations incl. National Parks Conservancy, the Museum of Modern Art, LVMH on purpose, vision and core values.

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Kerry Trainor

Kerry Trainor

As a trailblazer in digital media, from FlipGloss, LAUNCH.com to AOL, Kerry Trainor now takes Vimeo to new levels of exclusive shows, movies and unique viewers internationally as it’s CEO.

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Roger James Hamilton

Roger James Hamilton

Asia’s Best Known Wealth Educator & author of The Millionaire Master Plan, Roger James Hamilton created the Wealth Dynamics, Talent Dynamics & Genius Test profiling systems which is used by over 250,000 entrepreneurs & leaders globally.

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Kimberly Snyder

Kimberly Snyder

Most people connect diet to weight, yet not to skin and hair health. The ever-inspiring Kimberly Snyder, is a well-known nutritionist with a focus on the mind-body connection. She has traveled across 50 countries sourcing and educating herself, taking the best beauty and health secrets she has found, backed her findings up with research and made that the basis of the philosophy she writes about in her books today. Deepak and Kimberly discuss her recipes, healthy tips designed to transform negative mentalities surrounding the connection between food and beauty.

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Vladimir Ermakov

Vladimir Ermakov

GlobeIn marketplace & micro lending platform Co-Founder & CEO Vladimir Ermakov, aims to connect the $100 billion global market of handmade goods by local artisans to the global economy.

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Heather Berlin

Heather Berlin

Professor at Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine, Dr. Heather Berlin’s is a leading voice in the research fields of neural basis of impulsivity, compulsivity, consciousness, and the unconscious processes, basically the relationship between the mind and the brain. She uses neuroimaging and neuropsychological techniques to better understand the complexity of our minds and shares some of these processes and findings in this show with Dr. Chopra.

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Sensei John Mirrione

Sensei John Mirrione

As a trailblazer in the national Stop Bullying Campaign, Sensei John Mirrione impacts lives by means of martial arts & the philosophy of meditation.

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Stephen Levitin

Stephen Levitin

Co-founder of PBS web series Beat Making Lab, Music Producer to Mos Def, Azealia Banks & Camp Lo Stephen Levitin aka Apple Juice Kid, travels the world with a portable music studio teaching electronic music production to underserved youth.

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Gary Hirshberg

Gary Hirshberg

Chairman of Stonyfield Farm, Gary Hirshberg, launched 'Just Label It', a project formed to educate and empower consumers by promoting the benefits of organic food and by advocating for mandatory GMO labeling.

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Tara Mandal

Tara Mandal

The 12 years old granddaughter of Deepak Chopra, Tara Mandal, talks with her grandfather about her involvement in prejudice and her anti-bullying campaign. From the United Nations to the student union at her own school, Tara Mandal pioneers equality. She encourages children to play, live and study among friends with love and kindness and to stand up against bullies. As a UNICEF Young Ambassador, she has focused on Maternal Unitatus saving 50,000 lives. In the episode she shares her life’s purpose and her intention to make as many people smile as well as improve and embrace world peace.

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Cassandra Vieten

Cassandra Vieten

President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Executive Director of Research at IONS, Cassandra Vieten discusses with Dr. Chopra how earth’s despair is created by humanity’s boundaries and the limitations in our human consciousness. The core seed of the world’s religious and spiritual traditions is based on consciousness without boundaries and science is beginning to converge with that wisdom reaching a nexus point. This show details how we will find the next human evolutionary leap at that nexus point.

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Jonathan Granoff

Jonathan Granoff

As President of the Global Security Institute & dedicated to global elimination of nuclear weapons, Jonathan Granoff’s international lectures emphasize the legal, ethical & spiritual dimensions of human development, peace & security.

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Marquita Smith

Marquita Smith

With the touching book “PS. Pray the Same for Me” and HowIGrewToday.com, Author and Founder Marquita Smith encourages daily growth & mindfulness from the inside out, showing the true beauty of a person.

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Charisma Carpenter

Charisma Carpenter

Investigation Discovery’s “Surviving Evil” host Charisma Carpenter, known for her roles in Baywatch, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The Expendables, presents real-life stories of people who found themselves fighting for their lives against an attacker in her new show.

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Dr. William Davis

Dr. William Davis

With a world plagued by terrible levels of blood sugar, like diabetes and heart disease, cardiologist, and bestselling author of Wheat Belly, Dr. William Davis and Dr. Chopra discuss in this show the importance of controlling your blood sugar level and modifying our diet by removing all modern wheat. For example, whole-wheat bread has a higher glycemic index then traditional table sugar. Having his patients remove wheat for 3 months, Dr. Davis noticed blood levels had significantly dropped and astonishingly also other disorder like acid reflux, joint pain, asthma, arthritis, rashes, irritable bowl syndrome, or anxiety had been reduced or completely gone. Dr. Davis give great insight to why he is a crusader for the wheat-free, grain-free lifestyle!

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Catherine Zacks Gildenhorn

Catherine Zacks Gildenhorn

Writing Redefining Moments during the last 30 days of his life, the legendary Gordy Zacks appointed his daughter Catherine Zacks Gildenhorn as Editor-in-Chief and force behind the release & mission.

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Shree Nayar

Shree Nayar

The son of an engineer, it would seem no big surprise that Shree followed in his father’s footsteps but that wasn’t necessarily the plan. He never said I should become an engineer, he wasn’t pushing me in that direction, he explained to Deepak in a recent sit down. But whenever things were broken at home, my dad fixed everything and so I grew up in that setting. I was often his sidekick. While not an overt push into the engineering field, those hours spent with his father had a great influence on his career choices later in life. Read more.

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Fred Matser

Fred Matser

By founding 18 nonprofit organizations, financing over 500 projects across 55 countries in the last 30 years, Fred Matser aims at the empowerment of people in the context of a sustainable environment.

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Cori Bargmann

Cori Bargmann

Elected to the National Academy Of Sciences, Dr. Cori Bargmann’s overwhelming curiosity has made her one of the top scientists in the neurological field known for her work on the genetic and neural circuit mechanisms of behavior. This show is a discussion how the biology of the brain, from a honeybee brain to a human brain, genetics, environment, and experience, interact to give rise to flexible behaviors. A fascinating conversation shedding scientific light on the connectivity of our universe.

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Russell Simmons

Russell Simmons

Most Influential People of the past 25 Years, dedicated yogi, bestselling author & media mogul Russell Simmons' groundbreaking vision has influenced music, fashion, finance, jewelry, TV, film & the face of modern philanthropy.

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Dr. Andrew Crighton

Dr. Andrew Crighton

Prudential Financial’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Andrew Crighton oversees Prudential’s medical clinics, fitness facilities, Employee Assistance Program, Work Life & Accommodation programs of 40,000 employees across the globe.

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Cynthia Sue Larson

Cynthia Sue Larson

'Quantum Jumps' best-selling author & researcher Cynthia Sue Larson describes the science of instantaneous transformation emerging from the convergence of physics, biology & psychology.

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Royanne Doi

Royanne Doi

The Director for U.S.-Japan Educational Commission aka Fulbright Japan, member of board of directors for the U.S.-Japan Council & Chief Ethics Officer for Prudential Financial, Royanne Doi is passionate about the value of business ethics in corporate America.

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Howard Ross

Howard Ross

The 1st white male to hold the position of Diversity Professor at a historically black college, Howard Ross leads Inner Journey Seminars designed to help people along the path of personal development.

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Steve Robinson - in memory

Steve Robinson - in memory

As servicemen & women who help preserve the country's freedom return back home, Steve Robinson's Veterans Initiatives strengthens & builds relationships between veterans & corporate america.

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Michio Kaku

Michio Kaku

Theoretical physicists are not known for their rock star appeal. Scientists are not inherently cool by our modern standards because so often the average person does not understand what it is they do. Michio Kaku is working to change that and in the process, he has become a bit of a superstar in his own right. Michio and Deepak Chopra discuss his illustrious career, his book, and the conscious mind; an interest that they both share. Read more.

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Stephanie Watson

Stephanie Watson

As 100 most innovative companies in America & Crain's Fast Fifty, Bobble Co-Founder Stephanie Watson brings social mission, intelligent, functional patents with emotive design to more than 40,000 retailers worldwide.

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David Gorodyansky

David Gorodyansky

With 250 million downloads globally of the HotSpot Shield privacy app, Founder & CEO David Gorodyansky protects users from snooping, unwanted tracking and other online threats like identity theft.

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