Brad Pedersen of Lomi explains that the missing link to a more sustainable planet is for us to be able to build a compostable clean economy. We need to change the habits that are creating disruption. Take your food waste and turn it into a regenerative soil supplement using Lomi.
Brad Pedersen is a Canadian entrepreneur who generated more than $100 million in annual revenue in his toy manufacturing business. He shares wisdom from wounds and financial gains; all part of his journey to combatting food waste while still reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Lomi composts your food scraps and compostable plastics. Use code YPIpodcast for your Lomi discount.
Boris Belchev left Bulgaria for Lithuania to study birds and work as a professional bird guide. Boris Belchev shares his journey to becoming a global guide for birdwatching.
Boris Belchev left Bulgaria to work elsewhere so he could earn enough money to purchase a camera. Today he is one of Lithuania’s bird guides and wildlife photographers. Take a journey with Boris and learn where he earned money to purchase camera equipment and what he learned along the way.
Inspiration Monday! Inspiring words and quotes regarding human rights and the dignity of life from a menagerie of podcast episode guests.
Author (Escapegoat Daughter) Misty Compton shares her journey of depression, and self-doubt. Finding the support she needed, Misty learned self-love.
Chris Hovorka, Midwestern University, transforms clinical practice for people with orthoses, prosthesis to a client-centric approach improving quality of life. Chris’s goal is to graduate evidence-based practitioners (clinician scholars) by transforming university school curricula worldwide and moving towards client-centered approaches. It’s about valuing the client’s lifestyle, medical conditions, needs, as part of a personalized plan of care.
Skeletal muscles are the most prevalent in our bodies and what we rely on every day to move. Dr. Chris Hovorka, orthotist and prosthetist, trains people to exercise with a goal of providing stability without limiting mobility. Chris’s research at Midwestern University is to transform clinical practices for people with external orthoses, prosthesis to a client-centric approach to improve quality of life.
To close the 2022 season is legendary songwriter piano player, Chris Nole. Being alive is really about having hope and purpose.
The dynamics in music aren’t about volume alone but how that volume is used by musicians to express themselves through their instrument. Songwriter Chris Nole plays dynamically and with passion. Musically talented, Chris composes jazz, country, pop, rock, the blues…whatever his mood! On Part 2 he shares what he learned from being a member of John Denver’s band and how that experience grew his extraordinary talent to becoming one of the top piano artists today.