Tina May is the co-founder of the Institute of Code along with her partner Emilio. Together, they are pioneering and redefining what education can look like. Located in Bali, Indonesia, Institute of Code encompasses a new way of learning.
Join other leaders and discover how to access greater authenticity and mindfulness, while creating powerful clarity in your leadership practices and businesses that will leave you feeling inspired, activated, and energized in purposeful & deliberate action.
SoulSpark Dubai - Leadership + Mindfulness Summit, October 17th-20th,2019 with an intimate group of attendees at the beautiful Address Dubai Marina!
Today on the Unconventional Life Show is Sam McRoberts. Sam has extensive experience with Search Engine Optimization and loves solving the ongoing puzzle of algorithms that search engines like Google keep secret. Although the layers of SEO can be quiet complex, He shares some simple steps on the in’s and out’s of SEO’s and how to make Google LOVE your website.
Since leaving his cushy job in the corporate world, in just a couple of years, he’s gone on to build an empire in the affiliate marketing space. And now he’s taken it upon himself to teach a handful of aspiring marketers how they too can get a piece of the affiliate marketing action.
This week on the Unconventional Life Show is Pip The Pansy. Pip is an incredibly immersed artist, musician, and performer. She uses her dreamy flute melodies, explosive synth hooks, and colorful spirit to completely capture her audiences from around the world. Pip's newest album Love Legends, Part 1 was released early this year and draws inspiration from Greek mythology and bringing the ancient back to life.
This week on the Unconventional Life Show is Josh Forti, the founder of the Think Different Theory. Through mindset, psychology, and modern-day philosophy Josh’s mission is to help you break free and define your own destiny and passion- all the things we love on the Unconventional Life show.
“I believe that we as a society don’t talk about what actually matters, we talk about what sells. And I am here to change that.” - Josh Forti
This week on the Unconventional Life show is CEO and Co-founder of Ned, Ret Taylor. Ned is a wellness brand that produces CBD oil, hemp balms, and medicinal tinctures.
In this episode Ret shares,
-His greater why in life and how that has impacted the business and work that he does today
-How he made the switch from a very conventional life to the unconventional life.
- and so much more!
This week on the Unconventional Life show we caught up David Tash, the co-founder of Tashrizzo which is an executive recruiter network. During this episode, David shares with us 5 valuable tips that we can use to go from zero to hero in the LinkedIn nation and much more.
This week on the Unconventional Life show is Robin Alex, the creator behind “Innovate Fast”, a company that helps businesses scale by increasing revenue and exposure via digital marketing techniques and automation software called “Go High Level”. In this episode, Robin shares how automation can connect the dots, and lead to exceptionally high conversion rates.
Finding a job in todays economy is challenging. Finding a fufilling job is even tougher. Now imagine being a refugee, with little to no relevant experience, in a new country and a new language... Near impossible. However, Chris and his project Ampilo have trained and placed thousands of refugees into careers they thrive in. If it can work for them, it can work for you.
In this episode, James Schmactenberger, CEO and co-founder of Neurohacker Collective, shares how integrating the needs of others into your business plan is the key to creating a memorable company that does good in the world.
Using human loneliness as a roadmap, experiential designer and scalable live experience curator, Seth Bunting, walks us through the realities he creates where carefully designed physical spaces and experiences draw event participants out of their phones and into the present moment.
This week on the unconventional Life show is Kirsten Schowalter. Kirsten is the Author of "In My Own Skin" and founder of Ageing Courageously, a community that inspires people to make dreams come true at every age and The Flip Side of Life, support and resources for a new way to grieve. Kirsten fills us with insight and knowledge about a topic that is so misunderstood and often so silent.
This week on the Unconventional Life show is Julia Plevin. She is an eco-spiritual guide, author of the book “The Healing Magic of Forest Bathing: Finding Calm, Creativity, and Connection in the Natural World” and founder of the of Forest Bathing Club. Julia has a decade of guiding people into the forest to reconnect with their spirit and physically heal themselves. Julia shares what exactly forest bathing is and some guidelines to start your own forest bathing practice.
This week on the Unconventional Life podcast is the musician Trevor Oswalt aka East Forest. His latest project has been collaborating with the legendary teacher Ram Dass to create a full-length album that highlights his new teachings while taking the listener into a deep, transformational experience.
This week on the Unconventional Life Show is the “Money Manifestation Queen”, Amanda Frances. Amanda is a self-made multimillionaire, digital course creator, Forbes contributor, podcaster, and spiritual business mentor.
Amanda shares how she made millions by breaking all the rules. She didn't follow a rigid plan, instead, she got clear on what she wanted, aligned herself with the positive vibration of her beliefs and shared what truly ignites her soul with the world.
Hilary shares her journey and insight around imperfect action. She gives us 4 techniques that can be used to expand our comfort zone and ditch the certainty and perfectionism that hold us back.
Hilary is the founder of Sick Biz, "An organization dedicated to providing support, resources, hacks, and hope to entrepreneurs affected by chronic illness, pain, disability, and sickness." She is also the founder of J. Hill Marketing & Creative Services, an agency specializing in premier copywriting and book editing for Fortune 500 brands and the “one-percent,” superstar entrepreneurs. She is an author, editor at The Good Men Project, and contributor to Influencive, The Huffington Post and The Mighty, among other large-scale publications.
Ayla Nereo is a singer, songwriter, loop pedalist, dancer, up and coming filmmaker, and activist. Her unique sound is inspired by her connection with the Earth and is sparking a new wave of what is possible with music. With millions of listeners from around the world, Ayla has found a way to powerfully combine her gifts to capture her multidimensionality and truest form of expression.
In Ayla’s episode, you will learn…
Chelsey Korus is a trailblazer and is a highly regarded yoga teacher and philosopher.
She has been teaching yoga since the age of 15 and has been an avid life long learner in numerous movement practices, including Anusara, Power Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Acro, as well as martial arts, free form dance, and ballet. Along with an exceptional depth of practice, Chelsey is a triple major with degrees in Dance, Theater, and Vocal Performance.
A decade of learning and teaching around the world has led her to design, AWAKE, a “total package lifestyle” around SOUL ☀︎ SPIRIT ☀︎ ENVIRONMENT.
“The concept of AWAKE is a driving force in my life… I don’t want to live another second asleep. These are the practices I’ve designed to help people awaken to their moment, and have the tools to step into their wholeness.”
David Wood is a former Consulting Actuary to Fortune 100 companies - such as Sony Music, Proctor & Gamble, and Exxon. He’s built one of the world’s largest coaching businesses, has thousands of hours of coaching under his belt and is the author of Get Paid For Who You Are, with a foreword by Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul. He is now the founder of a new company, Play for Real, which coaches high performers and leaders to play the best game they can, living a regret-free life.
David Block is widely known as the creator behind The Human Experience. He is a live music composer, producer, mixed media artist, and talented instrumentalist. Creating his symphony of sound he layers in elements of human emotion, world exploration, and sacred melodies. David is constantly pushing boundaries when it comes to music and art which has initiated collaborations with artists such as Android Jones, Rising Appalachia, Elephant Revival, Quixotic and Lucent Dossier Experience.
His music has been streamed over 35 million times and he has released over 100 different tracks, each piece taking the listener on a “sonic journey”.
His latest collaboration is with Danny Musengo, Mel Seme and Kat Factor. The synergy of these four creatives is called “Gone, Gone Beyond” and their album will be released at the end of March 2019.
In this episode you will learn:
Diego Perez is the writer and speaker behind the pen name Yung Pueblo. The name means young people and serves to remind him of his Ecuadorian roots, his experiences in activism, and that the collective of humanity is in the midst of important growth. Diego’s poetry and speaking inspire hundreds of thousands of followers around the world and capture the essence of self-healing and unconditional love. He aims to empower people to do internal work in service of developing the wisdom to truly know ourselves. A dedicated Vipassana meditator, Diego believes in the power of releasing the tension from our internal world as a contribution to the greater good of humanity.
Florence Turiaf is the Founder of Global Island Girl, which is a community, an agency, and live experiences company that is on a mission to upgrade world travel on islands and beyond by focusing on the people, the planet, and pleasure. She is an entrepreneur, a transformational coach, storyteller, and world traveler. She’s been featured in Travel Noire and several other publications, has lived full-time 12 different islands and traveled to 20+ countries. Wherever she goes, Florence is helping people leaving the places we explore better than how we found them.
Leah McHenry is paving a new way in how business combines with music in the music industry. She’s eradicating this idea of the “starving artist” by sharing how to target niche markets through strategies she has successfully applied to her own music. She founded the Savvy Musician Academy to help other artists and musicians step into their creativity and do it in a profitable way. She has over 450k followers on Facebook and has created multiple 6 figure businesses in just a few years. To top it off, Leah hosts the Savvy Musician Show podcast and is the mom of 5 kids, that she homeschools!