Through a shout or a whisper, the right message will reach the right people at the right time, and then our human race will listen. Through the “INVESTED VOICES NETWORK” you will discover people and organizations who are passionately working hard to change the world for the better through their life’s work and purpose. Listen. Feel inspired. Become motivated. Take action. Create change. Speak…before it’s too late.
When it comes to the work of making our world a better place to live, there is no competition. We believe in cross-promotion and sharing each other’s work and brands. When you’re in the Invested Voices Network, you’re part of a team. Your mission becomes part of a world-wide movement for improved quality of life for all.
There are different ways to become involved.
Network “Productions” (click)
- Network PODCASTS produced by INVESTED VOICES NETWORK with support from POD LAUNCHER STUDIOS (www.podlauncher.com)
Network “Members” (click)
- Network PODCASTS produced by others who are aligned with the work of the Invested Voices Network
Network “Recommendations” (click)
- If the topic of your podcast is aligned with the values of the Invested Voices Network, you may be listed as a “recommended” podcast, however you will not be listed among sponsorship opportunities. These podcasts do not use the network branding (logo and audio referral). If you would like to be added as a recommended podcast, please email Brian Jost at BrianJost@PodLauncher.com and include links to your work and efforts to change the world for the better. Your podcast will be reviewed and you will be contacted about your interest.
Sponsor a podcast
- Become a podcast SPONSOR of an INVESTED VOICES NETWORK podcast. Click here for more info.
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“Armchair Activist” – By Andre Koen & Brian Jost | Racial Justice | Social Justice | Racism | Activism | Advocacy | Human Rights.
Description What happens when a black racial/social justice advocate meets a confused white man who is actually willing to admit he doesn’t understand the racism to which he has awakened? Conversation happens. Co-hosted by: -ANDRE KOEN, http://www.andrekoen.com/ -BRIAN JOST, https://brianjost.com/
“My Secret Symptom” | Hyper Religiosity & Spirituality During Manic & Psychotic Episodes in People Experiencing Mania & Psychosis
Description: Hosted by Brian Jost (click) – Why is it so common for hyper-religiosity to be part of mania? This question often comes up because I speak to people about my manic and psychotic episodes which have all included feelings of understanding and knowing God and noticing an unquestionable faith, a faith that is more difficult to maintain when I am stable. At the most extreme of these experiences was the time that I actually thought that I was Jesus, followed by my manic and psychotic mind taking the delusion even further into believing that I was God. An enormous amount of information flooded my brain as I seemed to take on super-natural powers, acquiring knowledge that I believed was flowing from other dimensions that “normal” people are unable to detect. However, now experiencing stability, I don’t have all of that false information, nor do I have the answer to the question “Why is it so common for hyper-religiosity to be part of mania?”
“Not About You” – by Levi Weinhagen
“Not About You” (click for iTunes) Description by host Levi Weinhagen (click for website): Not About You is a podcast about identity and social justice. I’m the producer and host of the show and I wanted to make a show where a white, straight, cis-gendered man (that’s me) connected with folks with different lived experiences from my own about the ways parts of their identities bump up against injustices. We’ll be talking about race, gender, religion, representation, protests, politics, relationships and more. My hope is that this series leads to more conversation and interaction. I want folks who are hesitant or new to standing in these struggles to feel more comfortable showing up for change and asking questions. I want underrepresented voices to have new ways to be amplified and supported. I’ve set up a voicemail line, 612-361-9261, where you can share comments, suggestions and personal stories of your own that may be used in future episodes of the podcast. If you tell me which episode you’re responding to, that will help me make follow up episodes with voicemail responses. Call 612-361-9261 with your questions, comments or stories. – Levi Weinhagen http://thatlevi.com/
“Mental Health In Minnesota” by NAMI Minnesota, Mental Illness Awareness & Recovery Through Education, Support & Advocacy
“Invested Voices” | Shared Expressions for Human Advantage | Inspiration and Motivation to promote Action & Change
Stay tuned…this one is on the way.
The “Invested Voices” podcast is a compilation of entirely different shows by various hosts with missions that are in-line with the values of the Invested Voices Network.
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PODCAST PRODUCTION – If you need help producing a podcast for yourself or your organization, please visit www.PodLauncher.com (click) to learn more about Pod Launcher Studios, LLC (click) owned by Brian Jost (click).
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