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.
On a beautiful spring day in 2013, Michelle L’Heureux ventured to the finish line of the Boston Marathon, never anticipating she would become one of 260+ people injured in a terrorist attack; 3 people died that day, and the terrorists also killed a MIT police officer in the manhunt. Now 8 years later Michelle shares her story, describing how she has channeled her experience into strength – and how we can join her in honoring this important day through random acts of kindness.
Attention, Attention – the scoop on good snacking in here. The Goods Mart founder Rachel Krupa brings deep knowledge of your favorite snacks made with better, cleaner, more nutritious ingredients by dope, conscious companies. Come hungry, leave hungrier….and inspired.
- Gigantic Candy
- Be Have gummy Bears
- Red Vines made with radishes!
- Ancient Provisions – green banana flower Cheezish crackers
- Seconds Carrot Crackers
- Tia Lupida Cactus Chips
- Pigless Pork Rinks
- Mushroom Jerky
- Verve Decaf Coffee
- Taika Coffee
- Brighter ACV Tonic
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
Are you looking for inspiration in your event planning? Do you strive to create weddings that authentically capture your clients?
Curious to learn how the rock star of event planning tackles these issues?
If so, then be sure to listen to this podcast episode!
Jes Gordon is the owner and Creative Director of jesGORDON/properFUN, an award-winning, full-service event production and management company that is based in NYC. Named by Harper’s Bazaar as one of the top wedding planners in the world, she has over 30 years of experience in producing weddings, corporate events, experiential activations, product launches, and more. She is also a mentor and an author.
In this episode, Jes gives her honest take on how searching for ongoing inspiration fuels her passion and her success. Specifically, she talks about why it’s so important to make each event all about the client.
Here are some of the key points that Jes discusses:
- How her early experiences – including set designing for Interview With the Vampire – led to launching her own company
- Why she values authenticity and thrives on creative inspiration
- The importance of lack of ego in service to others, professional success, and event design
- The reason she says to listen visually as well as audibly
- Why she recommends engaging the physical tasks of event planning to tap into all 5 senses
- Her #1 piece of advice for wedding professionals
To hear this interview with Jes, 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 Jes 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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