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Watch for Dig In! to return this fall for its fourth season.
To tide you over until then, check out these recordings from our previous events. Whether you were unable to make it to one of our events, or if you’re coming back for seconds, there’s so much to digest from these compelling topics.
Explore past topics:
With each session of Dig In! we explore various topics in an expert-led breakfast. Whether you were unable to make the event, or you'd just like to dig a little deeper, below are some resources for you to explore:
Navigating New Economies
Do we look at money differently depending on what form it takes? What about the impacts of our spending habits on our communities and our environment? Do we think about our values before we spend, or do we spend and then align our spending to what we value?
The Future of Food
Food waste and food supply are critical global challenges in need of urgent and sustainable solutions. On December 5, we looked at The Future of Food and examined the global dynamics that influence what we eat.
Finding Screen-Life Balance
Social media and our digital devices connect us to family, friends, news and more with a simple swipe of a thumb. However, some experts are speaking up about the down side of being so accessible, and there is growing evidence to support the connection between screen time and our relationships, our ability to focus and our mental health.
If you ever thought you’re unworthy of your accomplishments, or kept ideas to yourself at work with fear they won't be taken seriously, you might suffer from Imposter Syndrome. Here’s how to slay it by cultivating a courageous sense of self-compassion.
Direct-to-consumer DNA services have made genetic testing increasingly accessible over the past decade. But what really happens when you send your DNA samples for testing? And, most importantly, are the risks worth it?
The Internet of Things
Every day, we share huge amounts of data across countless smart devices to make our daily lives more convenient and efficient. But what is the dark side of the increasingly hyper-connected world we have grown accustomed to?