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  • “The future belongs to those that are inspired, who take risks, who push down the barriers of conformity and ignore the pessimists. To those that not only see change but make the change.” 
    Chris Arnold, Creative Orchestra
  • “I did this podcast with Amisha and I really enjoyed her style as an interviewer; the softness, openness and curiosity, and I would be very happy if she continues doing more of them and brings that out in her voice into the world.”
    Charles Eisenstein, author of The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible & Sacred Economics
  • “The Future Is Beautiful is the most inspiring concept I’ve come across in a long time – just when you thought the country was sinking in apathy and reality television along come a group of people who believe in humanity!” 
    Lucie Barat, writer & musician
  • “An idea that will send a transforming fire to the future.”
    Ben Okri, author & poet
  • “It is rare that someone writes a book with passion where the effort is aimed not at knowing the answers but understanding the question. We live in a world that has fractured intimacies yet ever growing digital closeness where ideas about how we want to live are undermined by notions of wealth, consumption and the measurability of happiness. Don Quixote would have wept. This marvellous book is at once a challenge for us to try to describe the sunny uplands we wish to reach as well as being a plea for a plurality in that vision. The joy to me is that shining through it all is a series of reference points called kindness, generosity and courtesy. These are the planks most of us want to stand on as we set out on this journey. I feel a new form of democracy stirring and it is exciting and vital. Go make a difference I say. Read this book and start now.”
    Tim Smit, Founder of The Eden Project
  • “The Future Is Beautiful makes it clear that we can all make a huge difference, and also shows that huge numbers of people – well known and not so well known – are actively trying to make the world a better place.”
    John-Paul Flintoff, author of How To Change The World