Something Significant Podcast: Tiffany Shlain

Something Significant Podcast | Happy Living“Creativity is intelligence having fun.”
(Albert Einstein)

I first met Tiffany Shlain March 2015, at The Corner Bar of Hotel Boulderado in Boulder, Colorado. I use the word “met” loosely. Tiffany wasn’t actually there with me at the bar…not in person anyway. She was present through her award-winning documentary, Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death & Technology.

Eating dinner alone–on a business trip with my computer behind my plate and headphones in my ears–I spent an hour and twenty-five minutes enthralled in Tiffany’s story about how personal and family crises led her to investigate the connections between her life experiences and the experiences of others around the world. I was blown away by her movie and by her message: we are all connected. Watching Tiffany’s film, I knew I had discovered another ordinary person doing extraordinary work in this world.

Tiffany is a brilliant, groundbreaking, cloud-filmmaker[1] who is on a mission to bring about social change. She loves exploring big, challenging issues, diving into moral dilemmas around technology and humanity, and investigating the meaning and purpose of life. She uses film as an emotional trigger to generate a global dialogue about something significant, and she adds value for others by challenging her viewers to change the world for the better, one person at a time.

It is my great pleasure to bring you Tiffany’s inspiring interview as our purpose is also to inspire others. At Happy Living, we write every day to challenge our readers to believe that a better self is always possible – today, every day, for the rest of their lives. I hope you enjoy our inaugural episode of the Something Significant Podcast, featuring one of the most creative and innovative people I know: Tiffany Shlain.

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[1] Over the past ten years, we have created and distributed 30 films, engaged over 50 Million people in dialogue, pioneered a new way of making films we call “Cloud Filmmaking,” where we make films collaboratively with people all over the world, and…

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