Global Awakin Call
Awakin Calls is a weekly interview series and community podcast that highlights the outer work and inner journeys of individuals who are transforming our world in large and small ways. Awakin Calls are ad-free, available at no charge, and an all-volunteer offering of ServiceSpace, a global platform founded on the principle of “Change Yourself. Change the World.” Every Saturday at 9AM Pacific time (California), we hold a live global conference call with an inspiring individual, with the simple hope of spreading positive ideas and connecting kindred spirits. Our guests have ranged from global changemakers in the nonprofit, corporate, academic, medical, and arts worlds — including Pulitzer Prize-winning writers, innovative philanthropists, transformational business leaders, Nobel prize recipients, and cultural change filmmakers and musicians — to “ordinary” but remarkable individuals manifesting their journeys of inner transformation through deep work in their communities.
The Awakin context centers on values that trigger inner transformation, and so the conversation ends up being somewhat different from what is found in traditional settings that focus only on the individual’s work in the world. The Awakin call evokes turning point stories and holds space for speakers to open their hearts a bit about the personal inner journey that accompanies the outer head-and-hands work.
What is the call format?
Every Saturday at 9AM Pacific Time, we hold a global conference call with an inspiring individual, such as yourself. 🙂 We open with a moderated interview with the speaker, and then open it up for co-creation by all call participants — through participant reflections and questions.
How can I join as a guest?
To join as a guest, simply find an upcoming call and RSVP. You will be emailed details to dial-in and voila. We think of all call participants — both speakers and listeners — as active co-creators in the dialogue process, so we look forward to your active participation. On average, about 60 people RSVP for live participation in each of the calls, and we aim to keep the conversation intimate and also encourage post-call interactions. Once the call is recorded and posted on our website, most of our calls have long “tails” — in that they are accessed tens of thousands of times over time.