This week’s guest, Max Gomez, harmonized his degree in neuroscience, his love of breathwork and his entrepreneurial mind to create a platform where over 10 million people can harness the power of breath.
Imagine growing up in the birthplace of the nuclear bomb, where facilities that housed The Manhattan Project were as commonplace as the local football team. Now imagine that your first career is as a nuclear power engineer in this city. Your frame of reference for the world, your health and the health of the planet has a particular...nuclear feel to it.
This was the world that Eileen Durfee lived and breathed. That is, until her physical health declined to such a point where she was riddled with allergies, candida, psoriasis and was feeling sick and fatigued constantly. On this week’s episode of Unconventional Life, we speak with Eileen, who shares her journey back to the healthiest she’s ever been and the technologies she’d developed to do it.
What used to be relevant, what used to occupy our days no longer seem as important as they were 5 months ago.
Where to go from here? It’s rejig time and who betters advice to have in your pocket than Jane Deuber. Jane, this weeks’ Unconventional Life guest, has been building and accelerating businesses for over 30 years. She has dedicated her career to offering advice and pragmatic guidance to others trying to do the same. According to her. there’s never been a better time for individuals to launch a business, offer their skills and expertise to the world and to be happy doing it.
We’ve all got skeletons in our closets, monsters under our beds. For so many people this particular boogeyman haunts our minds, worries, and wallets...Scarcity mentality. This week’s Unconventional Life guest, Jolie Dawn, isn’t afraid of people’s scarcity skeletons. In fact, she approaches them with a level of compassion that acknowledges the scarcity, allowing each person to move beyond the place of lack and into financial abundance.
Prosperity meditation at min 14:50
Have you ever caught yourself tapping your toe feverishly and wondered how long it’s had a life of its own? Have you ever woken up on a Saturday morning and thrown on your favourite playlist to set the tone for your day? In its own mysterious way, music weaves itself into our lives and influences our experience of the world. This week’s guest, Tim Ringgold, knows this well and has been using it to cultivate a sense of presence and connection with his music therapy clients.
This week’s Unconventional Life guests, Ali Katz made her millions, felt the empty sting of accomplishing “success” without happiness and went on a journey of a lifetime to heal her relationship to money. With a healthy and balanced approach to how much money she really needs, she now feeds her soul in a way that’s placed her in a better position to be of service to the world.
Scott Shay is the co-founder of a bank, a two-time published religious author, and the descendant of an Auschwitz survivor. His life story is anything but conventional. Unassuming, driven to try things differently, and completely aware of the great blessing that is his life.
Shay’s life meets at a curious intersection. His bank was founded on a completely different model than the industry standard. He then chose to cultivate a side career as an author on the topics of Judaism and faith.
This week’s guest Lorna J. brings a twist to the usual line-up of podcast guests in a way that may very well leave you wondering what just happened. Don’t let your inner critic run wild just yet. For now, just listen. Her story is unusual. It came unannounced and could have you questioning...well, everything.
Magic Giant’s lead singer, Austin Bisnow, usually spends a lot of time on the road, sometimes playing up to 150 shows per year. 2020 has looked drastically different. Worms, dirt, and decay kind of different.
Direct and to the point, Amilya shares with Unconventional Life her suggestions for people during this co-vid time. She hopes that each person takes the time to re-evaluate their lives and offers a simple exercise that will help listeners to identify their purpose.
Best selling author, speaker, thought-leader and PAX community creator, Alison Armstrong, has spent the last 30 years researching what destroys, makes and builds partnerships.
Transformational leader, gifted healer and intuitive coach Lisa Thomas is on the show this week. Lisa was incredibly generous in offering practical tools, affirmations, and meditations for eliminating the invisible blocks that bind us.
We spoke with the myth-busting, unconventional Natural Nutritionist, Steph Lowe who shares her approach to the radical food revolution. Not the advice of your average government-funded nutritionist, Steph brings her wisdom of how to rehabilitate your relationship with food straight to the table.
How does one begin to deepen their sexual practice, connect with their sacred sexuality, or use the sexual and tantric realms to connect deeper in with themselves and their partners?
Unconventional Life caught up with Layla Martin, founder of the Tantric Institute of Integrated Sexuality, who has spent over 10,000 hours teaching people how to experience more epic sex.
Ian has taught the subject of crowdfunding online for 6 years, through webinars and online courses like ‘Crowdfunding for Social Change’. He is an authority on what it takes to stand out and get funded, and has some advice for readers looking to get funded via crowdfunding.
Joe is the mindset king - founder of Mindset Experts and has personally coached over 300 entrepreneurs over the past few years to figure out what their exact strategy to scale is.
We caught up with Travis Chambers, founder of Chamber Media - a media agency whose work has had 40 million views over Facebook and other channels, to talk about everything ad-related.
We caught up with Asya Azara - creator, writer, entrepreneur, and creator of solo retreats where individuals design their own unique experiences around virtually every niche from lifestyle and self-development to book writing - to talk about how to get the most out of your mandatory quarantine. To not just survive, but thrive through our abundance of alone time and social distance.
We caught up with John Storykto discuss the role of serendipity in his monumental success as a registered architect, musician, acoustician and founding partner of WFDG, and why right now, more than ever before, remaining open to serendipity is important.
We caught up with Mark Angelo to discuss understanding and using the hero’s journey to gain traction in your business, using experiences from his journey as a storyteller, philanthropreneur, and founder of Valhalla Farms.
Unconventional Life caught up with Doug Campell, parallel entrepreneur, CEO, and co-founder of Solid Power - a leading developer of solid-state batteries for electric vehicles who has partnered with the likes of Ford and BMW - along with co-founding 2 additional Colorado-based startups.
Unconventional Life caught up with Mike Casey, jazz musician, melody poet, story-telling songwriter, producer, and saxophonist, to talk about his journey to fulfilling a successful career in music.
Are we born with certain traits that determine how well we ‘roll with the punches’, overcome adversity and achieve success in all areas of life - whether that be wellness, business or lifestyle?
Is it an inherited attitude or is it a learned skill we are all capable of gaining?
Unconventional Life caught up with the extraordinary Tori Holmes, wellness entrepreneur and wellness ‘doula’, co-founder of Nectar Juicery, the youngest women to row an ocean and two-time author, to talk about her incredible journey of overcoming adversity, finishing what she’s started and coming out victorious in life.
This week on the Unconventional Life show is Carl Shephard, Carl shares how the people you choose to simply spend time with will alter the course of your life. Plus the release of an exciting new venture called EntrepreneurShip.
We caught up with Eden xo, singer, songwriter and pop-cultural icon who has worked with artists such as Kygo, Lil John, Pitbull, and Britney Spears to talk about the creative process, dealing with setbacks, the experience of staying true to herself in the music industry and the lessons she learned through coming into stardom.