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Euvie Ivanova
Euvie Ivanova
Futurist | Media Entrepreneur | Co-Founder at Future Thinkers
Futurist | Media Entrepreneur | Co-Founder at Future Thinkers
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Euvie Ivanova grew up in a small town in Russia during the Perestroika era and immigrated to Canada as a teenager. She has a lifelong background in creative arts, and in the past was a freelance photographer, fashion designer, and worked in the film industry. She studied Psychology and Liberal Arts at the University of British Columbia and the University of Copenhagen. She has been working in online business for 8 years, mainly focused on media and marketing. In her spare time, she enjoys meditation, reading, drawing, doing yoga, and spending time in nature. Euvie speaks 3 languages fluently. She is an ENFP.

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Future Thinkers
Future Thinkers
Podcast on evolving technology, society & consciousness

Our mission is to help people wake up, evolve and adapt to the changing world

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Hi, We’re Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova.

Our work with Future Thinkers is our ongoing journey in thinking about the future of humanity, speaking with brilliant thinkers, reading hundreds of books, working as entrepreneurs, living with different cultures around the world, and practising personal transformation for over 15 years.

Future Thinkers started as a conversational podcast between just the two of us at the end of 2013. Over the years, it grew into everything it is today – podcasts, videos, courses, community, talks, events, and all the projects we are currently building.

Everything we do with Future Thinkers is centered around our goal of helping people wake up, evolve, and adapt to a changing world.

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Last 50 posts on own channels (YouTube, Podcast, Medium or Website/Blog):

Finding Resilience in a Crisis
Published on: 3 Apr 20 in Euvie Ivanova – Medium by Euvie Ivanova

COVID-19: The Basics You Need To Know
Published on: 30 Mar 20 in Euvie Ivanova – Medium by Euvie Ivanova

Digital Nomad Guide to Plovdiv, Bulgaria: The “Chiang Mai of Europe”
Published on: 18 Jul 18 in Euvie Ivanova – Medium by Euvie Ivanova

A Framework For Thinking About Freedom, Choice, and Responsibility
Published on: 12 Feb 18 in Euvie Ivanova – Medium by Euvie Ivanova

19 Industries The Blockchain Will Disrupt
Published on: 13 Oct 17 in Euvie Ivanova – Medium by Euvie Ivanova

Recent Videos and Podcasts where Euvie Ivanova has been interviewed

Jared Janes and Jason Snyder have a wide-ranging conversation with Euvie Ivanova. They discuss the ancient art of adulting, society’s developmental stage model, technology and the self, the positives and negatives of social …Read more
Resources to help you make sense of what is going on in the world.As our daily lives get disrupted and the larger systems that our society runs on begin to break …Read more
I’ve been following the unfolding COVID-19 developments since late January, when a friend alerted me to what was happening in Wuhan, China.Since then, I’ve been doing a lot of research to …Read more
The reasons to come to Plovdiv this year if you’re a travelling entrepreneur!Note: this article and photos are copyrighted by Euvie Ivanova. Please don’t reproduce without giving credit and a …Read more
I’ve been thinking about the relationship between freedom, choice and responsibility.A couple of months ago, I read Finite and Infinite Games: A Vision Of Life as Play and Possibility by …Read more
https://medium.com/media/650c36c9ac28864f53ff02eeb0be8a24/hrefWhat is The Blockchain?The blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that underlies cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and platforms like Ethereum. It provides a way to record and transfer data that is …Read more
Faith is the feeling of being in communion with the sacred. The opposite of faith is not doubt – it is dissociation, separation, a severing from the deep interconnectedness of the whole. https://t.co/2FB8EuPUzB Quoted tweet from @BayoAkomolafe: The opposite of faith is not doubt. Faith works with doubt – just like ants, crustaceans in general, and some mammals, gently survey …Read more
Euvie Ivanova retweeted: What does Baba Yaga have to do with emergence, you ask? Well, everything. twitter.com/euvieivanova/s… …Read more
The distributed network of sovereign agents who actually care for each other is the core of human evolutionary success. What if we redesigned our society to amplify turning toward each other, instead of to the State? By @bonnittaroy, relevant as ever whatisemerging.com/opinions/coron… …Read more
The distributed network of sovereign agents who actually care for each other is the core of human evolutionary success. What if we redesigned our society to amplify turning toward each other, instead of the State? By @bonnittaroy, relevant as ever whatisemerging.com/opinions/coron… …Read more
Euvie Ivanova retweeted: Use the Force, the Jedi Master said. And the Midwife of the Soul replied, gently: Dear one, have you ever birthed a child? The Force works its way through you. If you work *with it*, you may bring the good, the true, and the beautiful into the world. euvieivanova.substack.com/p/the-medicine… …Read more
Euvie Ivanova retweeted: “Human geometry” plays an important role in facilitation, be it at conferences, retreats, festivals, informal gatherings, or other types of events. It can allow us to be intentional when we create spaces that are meant to enable emergence. euvieivanova.substack.com/p/on-human-geo… …Read more
For those who are used to operating from the head, the embodied way of being can be overwhelming, disorienting, and even alien at first. Like learning any new tool, the first steps are clumsy. Yet the more we do it, the closer we can get to mastery. euvieivanova.substack.com/p/the-space-in… …Read more
For those interested in embodiment practices, my friend Schuyler Brown is hosting a 12 week course. The benefits of doing this work are that you may feel more joy, hone your intuition, heal old trauma, and experience more intimacy with life. schuylerbrown.substack.com/p/the-joy-of-e… …Read more
Euvie Ivanova retweeted: “First the who, then the how” 1. Who are the right people? 2. What are their archetypal roles? 3. What are their gifts? How do they serve? 4. What are their unmet needs? 5. What’s the context that meets all of the above? This is the collaboration framework that’s coming to me. …Read more
@antonio_paglino It’s a curse and a blessing …Read more
Euvie Ivanova retweeted: The networked age, with all its wondrous complexity, made Babushka feel irrelevant. Yet the networked age yearns for a new generation of Babushkas. twitter.com/euvieivanova/s… …Read more
Euvie Ivanova retweeted: Thoughtful piece by @euvieivanova. euvieivanova.substack.com/p/baba-yaga-sh… …Read more
Cc @made_in_cosmos @NoraBateson @bonnittaroy @Joe_Lightfoot_ @laymanpascal @tedmitew @Boyanbc @OortCloudAtlas @solarpunk_girl @sheriherndon @SeloSlav @samsweetwater @fer_ananda …Read more
@tom_morganKCP @made_in_cosmos @NoraBateson @bonnittaroy @Joe_Lightfoot_ @laymanpascal @tedmitew @Boyanbc @OortCloudAtlas @solarpunk_girl @sheriherndon @SeloSlav @samsweetwater @fer_ananda 🙏 …Read more
Baba Yaga, Shamanism and Emergence A brief history of the weird ways of knowing the unknown euvieivanova.substack.com/p/baba-yaga-sh… …Read more
You don’t get superpowers for free. Every person I’ve ever met who has extraordinary capacities had to suffer greatly to develop them – through trauma, personal demons, extreme neurodivergence, or something else. The line between brilliance and madness is rather blurry. …Read more
Euvie Ivanova retweeted: There is a proverb from the Yoruba people that locates wisdom at the edges of things instead of at the centre. It says, “To speak wisdom, one must speak from the corners of one’s mouth.” …Read more
@RizomaSchool I’m in very early stages of organizing a mid size unconference / retreat on the land in May 2023. It will be Emerge / DO adjacent. …Read more
@bonnittaroy @jgreenhall @owocki @paulg @TheAnnaGat @danielschmach @NateHagan The profane can appear to have more measurable value in the short term, while the sacred remains immeasurable. If we habitually profane the sacred, we consume the foundation that all life comes from. It’s self-terminating. (“Do not profane nature” says Soviet poster.) …Read more
@bonnittaroy @jgreenhall @owocki @paulg @TheAnnaGat @danielschmach @NateHagan It seems to me that the very act of doing accounting using mainly abstract variables (GDP, CO2 emissions, etc) obscures the thing it’s trying to measure. Not to say it’s useless, just that it seems to be a rather blunt tool for decision making. …Read more
@bonnittaroy @jgreenhall @owocki @paulg @TheAnnaGat @danielschmach @NateHagan Reminds me of the conversation about the plough metaphor that’s not a metaphor. It’s about the long-term immeasurable value of the interconnectedness of all things vs. the measurable short-term value of extraction. …Read more
“The usual human animal brain divides the world into attractive, repulsive or irritatingly ambivalent phenomena, but the brain we need today must start to find almost everything to be *interestingly* ambivalent.” @laymanpascal laymanpascal.substack.com/p/hot-lame-and… …Read more
In service to Life Through regenerative cultures As our archetypal roles With our gifts https://t.co/hA7He83Msx Quoted tweet from @euvieivanova: “First the who, then the how” 1. Who are the right people? 2. What are their archetypal roles? 3. What are their gifts? How do they serve? 4. What are their unmet needs? 5. What’s the context that meets all of …Read more
@csageland @socialroots_io @RobertHaisfield @FISSIONcodes @bmann @TheAnnaGat Let’s do it …Read more
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