Paul Turner co-founded Food for Life Global in 1995.
He is a former monk, a veteran of the World Bank, entrepreneur, holistic life coach, vegan chef and author of 6 books, including, FOOD YOGA, How to Build a Successful Food Relief, and the Food for Life Training Manual.
He has travelled to 72 countries over the last 37 years helping to establish Food for Life projects, train volunteers, and document their success.
He recently launched a social enterprise called feedOM that provides a cost-efficient way for socially responsible brands to give back in a measurable way and get recognized.
More from Paul
Food for Life: ffl.org
Business owners can support through: omguarantee.com
LinkedIn: Paul Rodney Turner
For one lucky listener, Paul will be giving away a copy of his 2 books -- Food Yoga, and The 7 maxims for Soul Happiness
Some of you might recall the name Joshua Greenfield from the renowned entertainment duo Brothers Green. Together with his sibling Mike, the two went viral online for their fun chemistry in the kitchen which made it to the airwaves of MTV, airing internationally.
This was the picture of success for most entertainers and artists, but Joshua shares with us today his new found happiness from stepping away from the spotlight.
In this episode, he talked about:
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YouTube: You Enjoy Life
TikTok: You Enjoy Life
Books: Cooking with your Best friend & Conversations with your Best friend
There is no substitute for the human connection of being in the same place with your co-workers. Being in a group huddle or any project meeting has become this tiring task of listening to words rather than a sharing of ideas, and connecting. Little sees this as an obstacle to productivity and good leadership, but how can we get around this inescapable part of remote work?
Josh says that we need these online conversations due to the current circumstances and leadership itself that needs to change.
“The answer is not in talking less, but in talking differently.”
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Josh's Pickles: https://www.joshspickles.com/
To a lucky listener hoping for that new leadership experience, Josh will be upgrading your Volley subscription to Premium.
Music is an art form that has lived the longest and has connected the most people. It’s also a crowded industry that never fails to attract new young artists, and for NewReleaseToday president Kevin McNeese, it has been his mission and business to find an audience for these new voices.
Starting his site NewRelease Today back in 2002, it has grown to be one of the largest Christian music platforms with over 400,000 monthly visitors and 167,000 subscribers to its newsletter. Working with dozens of mostly independent artists, he shares with us how much of the music industry has changed and what it takes to get an audience.
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Fresh off watching the Seaspiracy documentary, software engineer and Ardor SEO founder Kris Reid was thinking of making a donation to the Sea Shepherd organization to help the environment but he understood that there was more he could do.
Following the lessons learned from 80/20: Sales and Marketing by Perry Marshall, Kris notes that all transactions involve risks, and taking away that risk through a well-designed strategy has increased their sales significantly. He simplifies this strategy to three parts that we can start right now.
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For those who want to stay in touch with him, Kris says to search “the coolest guy in SEO” and if you don't see his face, Google is broken.
For those in the field of real estate or interested in investing, Kris is giving away a ticket for the largest real estate summit ever, hosted by Tony Potts with famous speakers such as CBRE Vice President Jim Kirkpatrick and StroyBrand CEO Donald Miller. Those interested can get access to the 7-day event through https://www.realestatemasters.com
Also, business owners can go to ardorseo.com/unconventional where Kris will personally make a video presentation for you and point out changes you can make to improve your website traffic.