11 Save-the-World Paralysis | Logan Sullivan

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When we want to improve the world, we sometimes find ourselves stuck in analysis paralysis, searching for the perfect, catch-all solution to solve all the world’s problems, all at once. But, unfortunately, this one-pill-weight-loss-solution to all human, non-human animal, and environmental problems does not exist. But specific solutions to isolated priority issues do exist, and we are capable of doing the research to understand, given our circumstance, which of these solutions are within reach.

In this episode, I speak from a great deal of experience in how we can find ourselves inactive, standing behind a stubborn idealism that renders us useless. And I attempt to offer some encouragement and advice for avoiding this trap.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND THANKS

A very special thank you to HÄANA (Violinist, vocalist and producer) and Cello Joe for allowing me to use their beautiful music throughout this episode. They are two of my favorite artists and I’m super happy to be able to share their music with you all. You can find HÄANA on SoundCloud, on Facebook, and on iTunes, and Cello Joe on SoundCloud, on Facebook, on YouTube, and on Band Camp.

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