The #1 thing that we should all be grateful for is our parents. On my birthday weekend, I reflect on my path leading me all the way here. Through the podcast, traveling the world and my journey as an entrepreneur, my parents have been behind the scenes of it all. I dedicate this episode to my parents and the everyone's parents. Be grateful for them today.
For video performance - https://youtu.be/7njCwtAXOso
Adam Paulin is the CEO of Thin Ice : the very first Weight loss clothing line. Their products (insoles and ice vest) can help people lose up to 500 to 1000 calories in a day simply by wearing their clothes.
Their products incorporate the use cold thermogenesis to help its users shed weight easily and is backed up by science. They failed to launch their crowdfunding campaign earlier this summer, but was able to bounce back to currently have raised close to $400,000 through over 2,300 packers.
They are a perfect example of being changemakers. Looking to not only make an impact in the world, but changing the weight loss industry in the process!
To learn more about their product and impact - https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/thin-ice-the-very-first-weight-loss-clothing-line#/story
To see important links and shownotes - www.theinnerchangemaker.com/adam-paulin
The conversation I had with Joe Rios was awe-inspiring to say the least. He is a normal guy turned international ultra-marathoner. While he has build his reputation as an ultra-marathoner and changemaker, he has also raised thousands of dollars for Team Diabetes and Children's Hospital. The lessons I got from our conversation is that anyone can start. You just need patience and consistent action in what you do everyday and you can also achieve greatness.
To listen to the episode please visit - www.theinnerchangemaker.com/015
Watch video performance - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcI-GPSg4Vo
Follow Joe's blog - http://thrivewithjoe.com/
Joe Rios is a normal guy turned international ultra-marathoner.
Listen to his story as he walks us through the last 5 years of his transformation and how he crushes his B.H.A.G. He successfully finished seven marathons on seven continents and joins an exclusive list of people in the world that has been able to accomplish the same feat.
Joe has some of the most awe-inspiring stories we have heard on the show thus far and what is even more impressive, is the impact he has created within his community. Whether it was raising money for diabetes or children's hospital, Joe Rios has successfully created ripple effects that goes beyond what is imaginable for one person.
For shownotes and important links - www.theinnerchangemaker.com/015
For Joe's Blog - http://thrivewithjoe.com/
The conversation with Andy Drish was tremendous. We covered lifestyle design and Andy even revealed his process for others to discover their genius. The three steps that he mentioned; gathering data, seeing patterns in the data, and developing an actionable plan. This process can be applied in almost all areas of life, from relationships, to business, but to apply it oneself is even more powerful. Discover your genius with this simple process today! For more shownotes and updates from future changemakers, please visit : www.theinnerchangemaker.com
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Andy Drish speaks on lifestyle design, facebook detoxes, and the three step framework he uses with his clients to help them discover their genius. I love this episode because it's all about entrepreneurism and it's all about self-awareness. For Shownotes and links, please go to www.theinnerchangemaker.com/013 and to learn more about how you can access to their free online course, please visit www.thefoundation.com
Re-listening to the interview with Vitaly Pecherskiy from earlier this week, I realized that we really need to be our own heroes. We need to stop idolizing all these successful archetypes and focus on our skills, our communicative style, our mastery, and most important, our own artistry.
It's always great to learn from others, but perhaps it's even better to work on ourselves.
To Listen to the interview with Vitaly Pecherskiy -http://www.theinnerchangemaker.com/vitaly-p
Watch video performance - https://youtu.be/-iNSKR02VZs
Vitaly is the COO of StackAdapt, the world's leading native advertising platform. Vitaly has been featured in Adexchanger, Globe and Mail and even named Top 30 under 30 by marketing mag. In this fireside chat with Vitaly, we cover the truth of early stage entrepreneurism, why it is necessary to focus on you and stop worring about everyone else, and much more.