Ian Ridgeway is on a journey, hard at work developing his company, FUEL (Foundation for Underway Experiential Learning). Aiming to build a 115-foot steel schooner, Ian will take gutsy students all over the world as crew members.
In this episode, Ian elaborates on his vision and the incomparable gift of learning through outdoor adventure.
Take care of your health so you can take care of your life. Riki Bryan will show you how.
Riki is the owner of Hardboiled Holistics, a fitness speakeasy in Brooklyn where he coaches and guides his clients toward physical strength and mobility.
With ambitions spanning beyond physical training, Riki plans to use HB as a step toward his larger goal to create a lifestyle rehabilitation retreat.
In this episode, we discuss the importance of exercise and how consistent movement and a clean diet can have healing effects on mental health, addiction, and more.
What drives your creativity?
Pierce Meehan is a visual artist working with materials related to 'aquaculture'. His latest focus - his surf panel series - is inspired by his southern California roots and love of family.
In this episode, Pierce discusses his inspirations + aspirations, his creative process + workspace, and his roundabout way of ending up where he is now.
Please enjoy the lively thoughts of Pierce Meehan...
Why does reading matter? Ted Thompson, author of The Land of Steady Habits, shares ideas on how reading stories can spark our potential.
Walter Isaacson's article on Steve Jobs:
Cory Schneider is the starting goalie for the New Jersey Devils. The day before his last game of the 2015-2016 season, Cory and I discussed his background and what it takes to excel as a teammate and a leader. Thank you for listening.