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Ten Life Changing Goals for 2024 and Beyond

Here are my 10 goals for 2024 as I look ahead into the New Year. 1. Love. Always. Love. 2. Be. Now. Always. Center conscious awareness on being in the moment, now, right now. 3. Focus. Focus on creation – writing, painting, photographing, sculpting, acting, and creating in all possible ways. 4. Meditate. Consistently meditate

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CanvasRebel Interviews Matthew King

I enjoyed this interview focused on my creative endeavors conducted by CanvasRebel, an L.A.-based magazine creating “a space for artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs to learn from their peers through the magic and power of storytelling.” The interviewer, Angela Rivera, peeled back some of the layers of my life, my creative journey, and the unseen realms

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AI vs. Humanity: The Real Threat to Our Survival?

While the debates on artificial intelligence (AI) often frame it as a potential scourge on human society that could destroy the planet and the human species, here is a counter-narrative that deserves urgent attention.   In our preoccupation with hypothetical AI-driven apocalypses, we risk overlooking the tangible harm we are already causing our world and ourselves. 

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BBC | Why the Next Stage of Capitalism is Coming

By Matthew Wilburn King – Features Correspondent – BBC Future – 26th May 2021 It’s done so much for human well-being, but it’s far from perfect. Will capitalism as we know it evolve into something new? Nearly 250 years ago, the economist and philosopher Adam Smith wrote The Wealth of Nations, in which he described

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Ecuador’s Kichwa and Rainforest Conservation

Ecuador’s Kichwa implements an innovative approach to rainforest conservation. In the face of multiple threats, a group of indigenous Amazonian Kichwa smallholder farmers have organized a cooperative, Ally Guayusa, for conservation. Through a unique combination of market-based approaches to conservation and traditional agroforestry practices, they are diversifying their sources of income while protecting the Amazon

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What the World Needs Now is Love

If you need proof that love and creativity equate to resilience, meet Shelbie Rassler. Rassler is the 22-year-old up-and-coming classical composer who produced, arranged, and edited this viral video based on the original music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David for Virtual Orchestra (1965), “What the World Needs Now.” Over 2 million people have viewed

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Experiment – No Alcohol, Sugar, Carbs & Coffee

It’s been six years since I started an experiment with no particular end in mind. In 2014, I decided to stop drinking alcohol and quit consuming sugar, carbohydrates, and coffee for six months. Initially, I chose to eliminate these things from my life for two reasons. First, I survived a rare blood cancer (Stage IVB

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Poetry Is Alive in Boulder!

One of the few all-poetry bookstores in the U.S. is located right here in Boulder – Innisfree Poetry, Bookstore, and Cafe. By Matthew Wilburn King Brian Buckley and Katherine Hunter opened Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Café—named after William Butler Yeats’ “The Lake Isle of Innisfree”—in 2010, and quickly expanded the business footprint on University Hill.

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Where There Be Dragons – Reed Harwood’s Mythical Exploration

Dragons owner, Reed Harwood, is making what was once mythical exploration a possibility for all kids By Matthew Wilburn King When Malia Obama set out to explore the Andes in 2016, she chose a Boulder-based company, Where There Be Dragons, to guide her 83-day gap year expedition through Bolivia and Peru. Providing unique programs for

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MindTravel: Immersive Music Experiences Outside

Experiences in Community – MindTravel I wept three times on Monday evening. I didn’t know what to expect when I joined MindTravel with the people in this photograph at Realization Point trailhead in Boulder, Colorado. Together, we were a group of strangers taking a unique journey that combined a hike in nature with silence, a

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Romance on the French Riviera: Saint-Paul de Vence, France

Saint-Paul de Vence, France: My wife and I celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary on the French Riviera and in Paris this summer. The experience was filled with sun, art, beaches, culture, great food, and music. The journey was romantic, serendipitous in moments, and it was a delight to spend so much time with the love

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Protect and Preserve Wonderland Lake Wildlife Sanctuary

Op-Ed Daily Camera: Late last year, Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks put forward a development proposal for Wonderland Lake, a wildlife sanctuary located in North Boulder, that would have built structures on the water and throughout the sensitive wetland. An overwhelming majority of Boulder’s citizens rejected those plans. Instead, the community vocalized support for

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THANK YOU

Thank you for booking an appointment with Dr.  Matthew King. You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance and receive a full refund. No refunds will be made after that period. If you’d like to purchase a package of 9 sessions over a three month period for $1,000, you may have the amount paid

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The Boy with the Biggest Heart.

I’m sitting at home in Boulder, Colorado, flooded with tears after reading a story in the Washington Post this morning: “Boy with cerebral palsy made to lie in a muddy creek as a human bridge for laughing schoolmates.”  My older brother suffers a form of Ataxia called Spinocerebellar Type 8 (SCA 8). He’s five years older than

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Ditch racism, embrace Colorado’s economy and diversity

Boulder Daily Camera: On Oct. 4 the Washington Post reported that Linda Dwire was arrested on two counts of bias-motivated harassment after exhibiting racist behavior at a City Market in Rifle. Dwire harassed two Hispanic women who were speaking Spanish in the aisle of the grocery store when she “confronted them over what she believed

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How to Create a Kick*ss Career Path.

Advice to my 30-year-old self. After a visit from death saved my life I’ve been looking in the mirror and writing a series of articles focused on giving advice to myself as a 30-year-old, knowing what I know now. The first four articles in the series built upon each other and included: 2 Words of Advice that

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What the F*ck Should we Do with our Lives?

Advice to my 30-year-old self. After looking in the mirror, I wrote a series of articles focused on giving advice to myself as a 30-year-old, knowing what I know now. The first was “2 Words of Advice that can help us at Every Stage of Life and focused on this advice: “know thyself.”  The second was “How to Practice

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How to (really) Listen to our Hearts: an Exercise.

Advice to my 30-year-old self. After looking in the mirror, I wrote a series of articles focused on giving advice to myself as a 30-year-old, knowing what I know now. The first was “2 Words of Advice that can help us at Every Stage of Life and focused on this advice: “know thyself.”   The second was “How to Practice

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What an Indigenous Mohawk Elder wants us to know at the Biodiversity Treaty Negotiations

As the Mohawk Elder stood strong, his eyes connected directly with those in the room. His gaze was invigoratingly exhausted as if a deep spiritual lamentation were embedded in each word that he spoke. His Anglicized name is Charlie Patton, but he is traditionally known as Otsi’tsaken:ra (Speckled Flower, Bear Clan), from the Kanien’keha:ka Community of Kahnawake,

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This is how to Practice Living in Truth.

Advice to my 30-year-old Self. After looking in the mirror, I wrote a series of articles focused on giving advice to myself as a 30-year-old, knowing what I know now. The first was 2 Words of Advice that can help us at Every Stage of Life and focused on this advice: “know thyself.”  The reason I began with “know

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Eat this and Save the Caribbean’s Coral Reefs.

In May, I was in Miami and had a chance to visit the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, which had an exhibit on coral reefs, mangroves, and sea grass ecosystems. As I explored the exhibit, I saw the beautiful and invasive lionfish on display in an aquarium. (Here’s what a lionfish looks like.) Lionfish are native to

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Give Back Yoga Foundation – Philanthropist Rob Schware

In 2008, after spending 23 years serving the World Bank as the lead information technology specialist, Rob Schware was headed to prison. It wasn’t just any prison; it was San Quentin State Prison, notorious for housing some of the most violent criminals in America. The Boulder resident didn’t know what to expect when he first

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What Bono taught me about Human Rights.

Who isn’t familiar with the band U2? This is clearly a rhetorical question, given that loads of people know this band that has been together since 1976, producing albums and epic concerts that have drawn people from around the world—and over multiple generations. I’m headed to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where U2 is about to open their “Experience

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The Missing Element of many Modern Marriages.

On March 20th, the equinox signaled spring’s arrival—and with spring, comes love. The vernal equinox is particularly special to me as it’s also my wedding anniversary. This year, my wife and I celebrated 10 years of marriage. We chose this day for our marriage because the equinox signifies balance—day and night are of equal length

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Is This who we Are? {Poem}

When American kids were needlessly gunned down at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida because our politicians have continued to fail to address the underlying issues of gun violence in America, I ran into a challenge. I couldn’t find the words to describe how I felt about the incident, nor could I find the language to convey

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What do the “Middle Ground” Politics the Founding Fathers believed in mean Today?

I went to the University of Colorado campus on a snowy Monday evening on February 19th to listen to Dr. Paul Carrese’s talk on “Tocqueville’s Philosophy of Moderation and America’s Need to Rediscover It.” Dr. Carrese is the Director of the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership at Arizona State University. His lecture covered

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Miami? Amsterdam? NYC? San Fran? It’s likely your Favorite Cities are More Vulnerable than Ever.

As climate change increasingly threatens cities with sea level rise, we’re in desperate need of innovative solutions. On Saturday, February 3 the World Premiere of the documentary film, “Ocean Cities: Exploring Our Connection to the Seas” took place at eTown Hall in Boulder, Colorado. The film explores cities, their relationship to the ocean, and the challenges we

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We want a Revolution—as long as Someone Else will do the Dirty Work.

If you’ve never listened to U2, Luciano Pavarotti, and Brian Eno perform “Miss Sarajevo,” I’d highly recommend watching this video and listening to it now. This song was in protest to Slobodan Milosevic’s slaughter of the people in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990s—eons ago for younger generations. It only took a few years for him to create the

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In Defense of Freedom and our Allies

America’s alliances strengthen our nation and our freedom I’ve traveled to over 40 countries on this planet and lived in five. The only sh*thole is Donald Trump’s mouth. On behalf of America, my deepest apologies to our allies and friends who live, work, fight and struggle in over 120 countries on Earth for the cause

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The Sh*thole President: Donald J. Trump.

I’ve traveled to over 40 countries on this planet and have lived in five. The only sh*thole is Donald Trump’s mouth. His racist comments that African, Central American, and Caribbean nations are sh*tholes should disturb everyone. On behalf of the United States, my deepest apologies to our allies and friends who live, work, fight, and

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How to write a Secret Dream Biography for the New Year.

It’s that time of year to set our intentions, let go of the old, make room for the new, and, of course, make New Year’s resolutions. This year, I’d like to encourage readers to do something different, life changing. Write a secret dream biography. Why? As a cancer patient, I nearly died after being diagnosed

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How to Avoid Social Media Addiction.

Over the last few weeks, there has been more attention focused on social media use and addiction. The attention is the result of several people behind our ubiquitous social media platforms coming forward to talk about the way sites are designed and the impacts of their use. You may have read that Chamath Palihapitiya, former vice

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How to tell if we’re Addicted to Social Media & How to Stop.

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and nearly every other social networking platform are designed to exploit our weaknesses as humans. Specifically, they use self-relevant information that promotes our natural narcissistic tendencies. They know we have a strong need to be seen, to feel connected, and to belong, so they exploit this fact to keep us coming back. They’re creating addicts.

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Why I’m only eating this single bowl of Rice & Beans on this Thanksgiving Day.

I’m only eating this single bowl of organic wild rice and beans on this Thanksgiving Day. Most Americans, however, will be sitting around the table with family and friends eating turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, and gravy with all of the traditional trimmings that come with this federal holiday established by Abraham Lincoln in 1863. While I’m

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Are you in the know on #NutellaGate? Nutella Fans are Losing It for the Wrong Reason.

Nutella fans are going nuts and it’s not because they’re gobbling up the hazelnuts in Nutella. Ferrero SpA, the Italian company that makes Nutella—the creamy hazelnut and chocolate spread that Europeans, and some Americans gobble up daily, changed its recipe. However, the change in recipe isn’t why fans of Nutella should be going nuts. It’s the

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How to be a Spiritual Atheist.

I have an atheist friend. He doesn’t commit to any religious belief system or institution, yet he considers himself to be spiritual. However, he has yet to find a way to sufficiently explain how he can be both an atheist and a spiritual person. He asked me these two questions, hoping I might help: 1.

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This is why Environmental Problems Should be Blamed on Consumers.

Both consumers and corporations are to blame for environmental problems; however, the burden of addressing environmental problems rests on the shoulders of citizens and consumers. Consumers are to blame for environmental problems because a consumer can choose—or refuse—to buy a product or a service from a company that creates it. Consumers are also blamed because

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Nonviolence: Countering the Alt-Right, Neo-Nazis of America.

As President Donald Trump defends white supremacists, white nationalists, Neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and the Alt-Right’s detestable ideology and violent actions, Americans seek alternative ways to resist, protest, and renounce the hate-filled vitriol of the far-right Neo-Nazis in America. The solution is nonviolent action. The candlelight vigil that was held in Charlottesville, Virginia on Wednesday evening

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Memorial Day – Remember This Today.

I do not know a single soldier, intelligence official, diplomat, or public servant who has ever asked their fellow American soldiers, or colleagues, whether or not they are Democrat, Republican, or Independent before standing together in defense of the Constitution of the United States of America, or our shared values. Solemnity is present for anyone

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Yoga, Personal Transformation and Global Sustainability

I had the opportunity to write on Yoga, Global Sustainability and Personal Transformation with B.K. Bose, Executive Director of the Niroga Institute, and Rob Schware, Executive Director of the Give Back Yoga Foundation in 2014. It was a timely article. Soon after its publication, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi was at the UN General Assembly and

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How a Visit from Death Saved My Life

I knew I was going to meet the angel of death before his visit. At first, I felt trepidation and angst. I didn’t know what to expect from such a powerful spirit, but I knew that he might be coming to collect me, even if I wasn’t ready to go. I had been diagnosed with

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My Ode to Nature: a Message of Love. {Poem}

Nature: When I think of you I’m absorbed; Affection moves me, making me feel alive; Always amazed by my deep appreciation for you, astonished and aroused; Intensely fascinated and free simply because you’re so calming, you fulfill me. With you, I’m giggly and glad, gloriously glowing; Enjoying your good humor and gracious ways; Gratified by

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How Yoga can Reverse Climate Change. Really!

Can yoga and mindfulness really reverse climate change? If you are rolling your eyes just reading this question, read on! It is no longer a matter of scientific dispute that climate change poses real challenges for current and future generations and impacts of the changing climate on weather patterns are already evident in most regions of the globe. Today,

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Eight Ways to Ensure Biodiversity on Earth: Insights from the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity.

The Parties to the United Nations (U.N.) Convention on Biological Diversity met in Cancun, Mexico, for the most recent round of negotiations December 2 – 17, 2016. The Biodiversity Treaty seeks to protect and conserve the variety of life on Earth, or what governments, civil society organizations and academics refer to as biological diversity. While in Cancun during the 13th Convention

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The Assault on the White Working Class & their Trump Card for us All.

We are quickly approaching the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States. Having grown up in a white working class neighborhood dominated by oil refineries, commercial freight trains, landfills and waste water treatment facilities in West Tulsa, Oklahoma, I know the mindset and feelings of the white working class who voted for Trump

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ART

Art is the language of my soul. I have sought to give life to my creative vision through various mediums. With brush in hand, I have explored the vibrant world of acrylics, attempting to capture truth on canvas with every stroke. The intricate artistry of ceramic tile mosaics has allowed me to piece together stories,

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TRAVELING

  My insatiable wanderlust has carried me to every continent except Antarctica. Through immersive learning expeditions spanning over 40 countries, I have explored the tapestry of diverse cultures, calling five of them home and delving deep into the intricacies of four others through my studies and extensive research. When I embark on my journeys, I

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PHOTOGRAPHY

I photograph nature, animals, people, places, and things worldwide. Photography is my passport to capturing the beauty and essence of the world. Through my lens, I have taken an extraordinary visual journey, documenting the wonders of nature, the captivating presence of animals, the rich tapestry of humanity, and the intricate details of places and objects

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PHILANTHROPY

Established in 2007, I created the COMMON Foundation to incubate non-profit social and environmental enterprises. As the CEO, I provide leadership, creative advice, and mentorship to a diverse community of social entrepreneurs, artists, creatives, and conservationists who share an unwavering commitment to driving positive social and environmental change, securing $5 million+ to advance our mission

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ACTING

Matthew King Acting Resume 2023 HEADSHOTS The stage has been my canvas, and the screen my muse. With unwavering passion, I have breathed life into diverse characters, gracing the stage, independent films, and public service announcements. As I’ve grown older, I’ve dedicated my energy to the arts, entertainment, lectures, philanthropy, film, and theatre. From the

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PUBLIC SPEAKING

ACADEMIC INVITATIONS 2021     Political Catastrophe or the Next Stage of Capitalism by invitation from Porsche’s Super Group Think Tank, Porsche HQ, Atlanta, GA, August 3, 2021 2020     Post-Conflict Peacbuilding through Natural Resource Management by invitation from the International Affairs Program, “Sustainability, Democracy, and Community Engagement”, University of Colorado, Boulder, April 21. 2014     Biodiversity Offsets as

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TEACHING

As an educator, my mission is clear: to ignite within students a profound love for learning, a relentless passion for critical thinking in tackling real-world challenges, and the drive to translate ideas into action. I mentor them to nurture their ability to express their thoughts through compelling presentations and impactful writing. Throughout my career, I

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Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

It was an honor to be a contributing author to Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and serve as a Founding Member of the Environmental Peacebuilding Association, which is focused on developing, managing, and sharing knowledge on environment, conflict, and peace.   The Volume on Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding was launched in Washington D.C. in 2016

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Deep Nature Journey – Connecting with Nature

Deep ‪Nature‬ Journey Yesterday I had the privilege of taking my Environmental Studies students from the University of Colorado,‪ Boulder‬ on a nature solo with Bud Wilson, the Founder of Deep Nature Journeys. The students are members of the Sustainability and Social Innovation Residential Academic Program at ‪‎CUBoulder‬. Throughout the course of the semester, students

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Why President Obama Chose the Wrong Guy for the Supreme Court Job.

This morning President Obama announced his nominee for the vacant seat on the Supreme Court of the United States. I was asked the following question in relation to this topic yesterday. “Is diversity what we actually seek in a Supreme Court Justice, or is it knowledgeable interpretation of our nation’s Constitution?” Knowledgeable interpretation of our

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KING’S PROJECTS

PHILANTHROPY | PUBLICATIONS | TEACHING | PUBLIC SPEAKING | TRAVELING | ACTING | ART | PHOTOGRAPHY I am a multi-disciplinary creative committed to driving positive change through art, philanthropy, and intellectual engagement. My creative pursuits span a wide range, from serving the COMMON Foundation and founding new social enterprises to producing art and crafting innovative strategies for

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CONSULTING

International Consultant | Researcher | Writer | Conservationist I have over two decades of experience conducting research and development, leading projects, writing, and delivering strategies in the fields of environmental security and governance, conservation, social and environmental entrepreneurship, and sustainable development. My regional expertise includes the US, Latin America, and Europe. My vision for King’s

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Ten Life Changing Goals for 2024 and BeyondHere are my 10 goals for 2024 as I look ahead into the New Year. 1. Love. Always. Love. 2. Be. Now. Always. Center conscious awareness on being in the moment, now, right now. 3. Focus. Focus on creation – writing, painting, photographing, sculpting, acting, and creating in Read More

ABOUT

MATTHEW KING Founder and CEO – COMMON Foundation Marshall Memorial Fellow – German Marshall Fund WRITER | AUTHOR | RESEARCHER | FREELANCE JOURNALIST | SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR EXPLORER | PHILANTHROPIST | SPEAKER | ARTIST | ACTOR | TEACHER | CREATOR Curriculum Vitae   Hello, I am Matthew King, a bold writer, creative advisor, fearless explorer, and pioneering leader.

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Performing in Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare

The Upstart Crow continues it’s monumental 35th season with Shakespeare’s favorite comedy Twelfth Night, or What You Will. The Upstart Crow has been presenting the Boulder community with tremendous works of theater since 1980. Already this season they have performed Arsenic and Old Lace and Juno and the Paycock, now they start the new year

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5 Steps Toward an Ecological Worldview

All living beings play a vital role in the evolutionary web of life. During the 21st century, humanity will have to deal with an environmental crisis unprecedented throughout Earth’s history. This crisis, deeply embedded in our worldview, is becoming more apparent through climate change, the loss of biodiversity, deforestation, soil degradation, and water pollution. It

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Global Chorus: A 365-Person Anthology of Worldwide Concern and Enduring Hope

I’m glad to be a part of Global Chorus: A 365-Person Anthology of Worldwide Concern and Enduring Hope. I’ve just received the following message from the Editor of Global Chorus, Todd MacLean; “This piece will help to provide some great general insight on this [networked governance] important social evolutionary development. So, again, thank you so

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COMMON Foundation joins the NoCo Farm Flood Relief Coalition

October 29, 2013 For Immediate Release: COMMON Foundation joins the NoCo Farm Flood Relief Coalition to support fundraising and relief efforts for farmers, landowners and ranchers. Boulder County, Colo. – October 29, 2013 – As a part of their mutual commitment to local farming communities and the environment the COMMON Foundation (formerly Living GREEN Foundation)

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Halloween Benefit for Colorado Flood Relief

The Entrepreneur’s Foundation of Colorado, the Futurity Foundation’s Living Green Network, and Mocavo are hosting a roof deck bash on Halloween to benefit first-responder families and local farms devastated by the recent Boulder-area flood. Let’s rally the entrepreneurial community together and raise some money for those in need. I’ll be there to support the cause and

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Colorado Flood Relief: Adventure Records and Cuvée 8 Benefit in Boulder

Adventure Records, in partnership with the Futurity Foundation sponsored a benefit for Community Organized Flood Relief Donate Boulder | Mudslingers A project of the Futurity Foundation’s Living Green Network. Lazy Dog on Friday, September 27th @8 pm. The event was a free, public event with all funds raised being donated to Donate Boulder. Donors will receive

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COMMON Foundation | Boulder Mudslingers

We are Agents of Change for Change Agents. Living GREEN Network, a 501(c)3 project of the Futurity Foundation has raised sufficient funds for the Boulder Mudslingers. We are no longer accepting tax deductible contributions for this awesome group of volunteers. We have acquired the equipment and financial resources they need to finalize their activities as

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McKibben Calls for Divestment in the Fossil Fuel Industry.

There was a flurry of activity at CU Boulder despite the uncharacteristically warm weather Sunday night. Bill McKibben, an American climate activist, author and journalist was in town for his Do the Math Tour. He’s the founder of the grassroots climate campaign 350.org. In his traditionally accessible style, McKibben presented three numbers that might add

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Words Against My Chest {Poem}

The words are there, smashing themselves against the walls of my chest. The door too narrow to escape, enter. Words inside and out. I can see the writing on the wall. An old chalkboard standing attentive to the minds in front. Who are they, what do they want? I can’t read them. And, I don’t

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CONTACT

Thanks for your interest in staying in touch and receiving updates on what I’ve been writing and creatively pursuing. To opt-in to occasional email messages from me, please complete the following form. I’d love to stay connected, and I’m always happy to explore speaking or writing opportunities. Don’t hesitate to reach out! SUBSCRIBE to KING’S

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Sea Grant in Latin America? Adapting the US Sea Grant model of linked applied research, extension, and education to a Latin American Context—Is there a fit?

Marine Policy Journal 31 (2007) 229–238  Sea Grant in Latin America? Adapting the US Sea Grant model of linked applied research, extension, and education to a Latin American Context—Is there a fit? S. Matthew Wilburn, James Tobey, Jill Hepp, Stephen Olsen, Barry Costa-Pierce Received 17 August 2006; accepted 28 October 2006 Abstract This paper explores the

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Sea Grant International – Final Report to the US Department of State

In April 2002 Dr. Matthew Wilburn King, working with NOAA Research’s Office of International Activities (IA), submitted a proposal to the U.S. Department of State’s (DOS) Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Initiative (OESI) to assess the feasibility of adapting the Sea Grant model of linked applied research, extension and education to Latin America

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15 Books to Read Right Now

15 Books I Often Share 1) The Rebel – Albert Camus 2) Power/Knowledge – Foucault 3) The Human Condition – Hannah Arendt 4) The Elegant Universe – Brian Greene 5) Buddhism and Ecology – Tucker and Grim 6) The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho 7) Sophie’s World – Jostein Gaarder 8) Spell of the Sensuous –

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PUBLICATIONS

As a versatile Freelance Journalist, I explore captivating subjects, ranging from science, environment, sustainability, and conservation to international affairs, politics, social and environmental entrepreneurship, travel, philosophy, culture, arts, music, people, yoga, and spirituality. My published works are available for purchase on my Author Page through Amazon. As a storyteller, I have the privilege of contributing

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Operation Rudolph to Help Needy Kids

Operation Rudolph to Help Needy Kids By Danna Sue Walker Published: 12/1/1994 Last Modified: 4/25/2008  5:43 AM Thanks to Operation Rudolph, some of Tulsa’s neediest children are going to have a holiday that shines as brightly as the red nose of Santa’s favorite reindeer. Kappa Sigma Fraternity at the University of Tulsa and the Tulsa Action Group will

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