How can authenticity and art drive personal growth and a more compassionate society?

In this episode of "One World in a New World," host Zen Benefiel engages in a profound conversation with filmmaker and CEO of Connected Pictures, Carey Corr. Their dialogue traverses the landscapes of personal growth, authentic self-discovery, and the transformative power of art and film.

Carey shares his journey from a curious child who questioned conventional truths to a visionary filmmaker dedicated to sparking meaningful conversations and exploring the depths of human potential. He emphasizes the importance of trusting one’s authentic self and the role of film as a medium to inspire and challenge viewers to reflect on their own lives and the world around them.

The conversation also delves into the impact of technology on human connections, the value of embracing one’s uniqueness, and the collective responsibility to foster a more aware and compassionate society. Both Zen and Carey highlight the significance of nurturing self-awareness and the transformative potential of art in catalyzing personal and societal change.

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Zen Benefiel is an accomplished author and speaker who holds Masters Degrees from the University of Phoenix in Business Administration and Organizational Development, a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and is a Certified Life Coach and Hypnotherapist through the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts.

He helped women and minority-owned businesses garner over $200,000 in micro-loans through Self Employment Loan Fund in 2003-4. He assisted an indigenous coalition in Arizona to garner attention and inclusion in the development of the Steele Indian School Park, a complete turn-around from the Indian westernization facility turned high school built in the 1890s. He managed logistics for large public events drawing over 250,000 patrons in his 30s.

He hosted over 120 television shows in the early 90s, called One World, inviting his guests to explore how we overcome fears and move toward harmony in our personal and professional environments. He also produced a four-host series of community activist shows, focusing on community activists, holistic medicine, youth empowerment, and straight talk on politics.

He has taught business plan development classes part time at the college level for five years, was a production control coordinator in the aerospace industry for five years, responsible for $7 million in monthly shipments, a high school teacher for five years, often in charge of an entire curriculum; and special event manager for ten years with ranges of 5,000 to 250,000 patrons per event. He meets challenge with style and grace as an opportunity to develop successful business and personal relationships, resulting in a highly qualified facilitator.

He currently coaches, consults and facilitates client surveys, customer service, employee involvement, partnering, team building, strategic planning and professional development.