Services I provide:
Recording setup consultation, content editing, audio restoration, intro and outro music, mixing and mastering services.
Notable clients include: Jenna Lee (SmartHer News), Audrey Scagnelli (Sanity Media), Stephanie Beigel of “Very Cavallari” (Well/Behaved Podcast), Andrea Hardy (Let’s Gut Real), and Eddie Babbage (Wedding Industry Insider Podcast).
Check the Apple Cider Vinegar label in your pantry and you will find an illustration of Patricia Bragg, positively beaming and wearing a large white cowboy hat with a circle of pink flowers. Patricia grew Bragg Live Foods into an iconic global brand — turning health food store specialty products into grocery store staples. Patricia is now 91 (“I am ageless,” she likes to say) and sharing her wisdom @patriciabragg on Instagram.
Her partner for the last 20 years and Co-CEO, Lesley Tippitt, joins us to recount the saga of an enduring brand that has remained true to its mission for more than 100 years.
An unexpected phone call from the Tucson police department changed Brandon Tatum’s life forever. He shares what he learned as a police officer and why he believes America needs to consider another perspective on both law enforcement and systemic racism.
Jasmine Malekan, Licensed Psychotherapist & Sound Healer, has always been propelled towards her journey of understanding emotions and a deeper understanding of humans, why they hurt and how they heal. Her own story of healing and acceptance drives her practice…she uses both psychotherapy and sound healing to assist the mind and body in healing, releasing emotions and trauma and facilitating growth. In this episode she reminds us that it’s ok, to not be ok & that part of healing work is people coming together to share their stories. We are honored to share this episode with you!
Dr Megan Rossi, also known as The Gut Health Doctor, is a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with an award-winning PhD in gut health, as well as the author of Love Your Gut, an easy-to-digest lifestyle guide to gut health and beyond, coming out in the US in January 2021.
Megan is considered one of the most influential gut health specialists internationally and her PhD was recognised for its contribution to science receiving the Dean’s Award for outstanding research.
As a leading Research Fellow at King’s College London, Megan is currently investigating nutrition-based therapies in gut health, including prebiotics, probiotics, dietary fibres, plant-based diversity, the low-FODMAP diet and food additives, as well as having set up The Gut Health Clinic, where she leads a team of gut-specialist dietitians to make an evidence-based approach more accessible. More recently, Megan has created her own gut health food company, Bio&Me, to bridge the gap between science and food industry.
Frustrated that her research findings weren’t reaching the public, and instead seeing fad and potentially dangerous misinformation on gut health being spread, Megan took to social media to share credible information and science-based advice, building an active community with over 245,000 of people so far.
Megan has also been recognised as Business Insider’s Top 100 Coolest People in Food & Drink and was named Young Australian Achiever of the Year in the UK 2020.
Megan and I discuss:
- How she became interested in digestive health and the gut microbiome
- Probiotics – when should I take them?
- Fermented foods and our health
- Is sugar bad for gut health?
- What does candida do in our gut? Is it bad for us?
- Her top tips for a healthy gut
Think your event planning business is too young to stand out? Wondering what you should do in order to achieve what you want for your business?
If so, then be sure to listen to this podcast episode!
Chenai Bukutu is the founder and owner of ByChenai Events, a boutique agency that produces luxury events in the UK and beyond. While working a corporate day job, Chenai launched her business in 2017, and she was eventually able to put all her focus into event planning. Since then, she has been featured in numerous wedding publications, and she has already been named by Harper’s Bazaar as one of the world’s top wedding planners.
In this episode, Chenai talks about the mentality and business acumen that she brings to event planning. Specifically, she explains why it’s crucial to set intentions about the planner you want to be and the business you want to have.
Here are some of the key points that Chenai discusses:
- Why clear systems and processes are essential
- The importance of making it easy for the right clients to find you
- Her strategies for being visible and reframing self-doubt
- How her motivation stems from the love of joyful celebration that she inherited from her mother
- Her thoughts on diversity in the media’s representation of weddings
- The way her marketing is guided by what her ideal client wants to see
- Her #1 piece of advice for wedding professionals
To hear Chenai’s interview, you can press the play button above. And be sure to subscribe to our podcast in iTunes.
We want to say a special thank you to Chenai for sharing these insights with our Timeline Genius community.
Please take this information, act on it, and carry on the journey toward fulfilling your dreams!
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