First show back in the states and we got Jeremy Abramson, sport, wellness, and energy officer over at E3 Lifestyle. Jeremy our last guest in South Florida before we left for South America takes on a journey of how to become a complete human. And we cover it all from the physical; which exercise you should be performing and why even simple moves such as changing the position you work can affect your overall longevity.
Most people every day don't drive a school bus for a living but they go to this thing called work. Over time the workspace has not seen many changes or evolutions. However, over the past few years, companies have pivoted to providing much more conducive workspaces for their employees. Removing cubicles, providing healthier food and snacks, nap pods and even placing beer kegs in the offices on Fridays. To some, this is a major push and for others, it seems like it just a way for employers to draw more work from their employees rather than care about their overall happiness.
Humberto Salinas and Annika Schüttler are the founders of Emprendo Verde, an initiative to support sustainable entrepreneurs in Latin America. Since their creation in 2011, they have become the first High Impact Sustainable Business Accelerator in Chile and the largest Sustainable Entrepreneurship Network in Latin America. EmprendoVerde is an initiative created by the Pipartner Group, a Chilean-German company dedicated to supporting and advising its clients in an integral manner in matters of development of new sustainable businesses.
60! Episode 60 is a celebratory episode of past and present, for your auditory pleasure... and boy o boy have we shared some incredible conversations up until this point. This episode we get a chance to look back and reflect. We discuss who we've spoken to, interviews we loved (and those Brandon hated), and the journey of podcasting to get this far.
Originally from El Paso Texas, Alex Chacón is an adventurer, videographer, photographer, inspirational speaker, blogger and vlogger. Over the last 7 years he has traveled to 50 Countries and 80 Border Crossings on five continents by backpacking, flying, hitchhiking and riding his motorbike. He is the #1 Ranked Adventure Travel Rider on social media.
Western Culture does its best at turning a blind eye to death. It's not a topic very often approached on a regular basis. While it's death is not a topic often broached, its there nonetheless. All of us will experience it, either ourselves or among others, we care about. Instead of thinking about death negatively, the question arises, how can we use it as motivation?