Posts tagged curious
Episode 68: Fertility and Freezing Your Eggs

A woman's choices around fertility are personal. But women are also speaking more openly and candidly about fertility goals and reproduction. Ko Im, chose to make her decision public and document her journey on Instagram to help other women hear and see the real emotions, physical effects and mental preparation of the egg retrieval process. 

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Episode 62: Would You Walk Away from $100 Million?

Choosing to walk away from his family's $100 million business was the hardest decision Joe Pardo has ever made. He started in the business at 6-years old sweeping floors and over the years learned the details of every department. Most people dream of the kind of success Joe achieved, but in 2014, Joe resigned.

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Episode 57: Technology & Human Connection: 5 Simple Ways to cultivate relationships

How do we keep ties strong with people we care about and continue to meet new people in real and meaningful ways? In a technology obsessed world building and maintaining connections becomes harder and harder. It's comfortable behind our screens swiping, scrolling, texting and emailing.

In this episode we discuss:  

  • 5 simple ways to have cultivate meaningful connection

  • Why Facebook likes and Instagram double taps are lame

  • How technology has disconnected us from nature

  • My favorite part of Podcast Movement

  • and more! 

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Episode 51: What Grief Teaches You About Life

Have you ever lost hope? Chelsea Dinsmore was hours away from reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro when her entire life changed. 

No one would have blamed her if she stayed in bed for months. Experts, books and friends all told her to give herself a year to heal. If you have experienced loss or death, grief can consume you. Chelsea practiced mindfulness as she grieved, always examining her thoughts before reacting. Over the next year, she traveled the world - alone - and she designed a life based how she wanted to feel

Quote 51: "You always have the option to keep your eyes open to life." 

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