Episode 66: Tyler Gage
This week on the show, Tyler Gage joins me to discuss his project where he shares lessons from the Amazon jungle to help people find purpose in their businesses and their lives.
I also share my experience on our sailing trip in Berlin, Germany. If you are interested in joining our next sailing trip in Norway, just drop me a direct message or visit our site to check out our next adventures.
Tyler and I discuss:
More about Tyler
Tyler is an entrepreneur, author and speaker who uses wisdom from the Amazon and start-up success to bring innovation and inspiration to growing organizations.
Tyler has spent the last 12 years studying with indigenous elders in the Amazon rainforest, venturing far from his suburban roots at the age of 20. After graduating from Brown University, Tyler turned down a Fulbright grant to start RUNA, a social enterprise that makes energizing beverages with guayusa, a rare Amazonian leaf, and improves livelihoods for indigenous farming families in Ecuador.
Tyler was named a Forbes “30 Under 30 Entrepreneur” and winner of both the Big Apple Entrepreneur of the Year Award and the Specialty Food Association's Citizen Leader of the Year Award. CBC This Morning, ABC Nightline, National Geographic and Richard Branson's book Screw Business As Usual have all featured Tyler for his unique and powerful approach to building businesses and creating social good.
Tyler also serves on the Board of Directors of DavidsTea (NASDAQ: DTEA) and on the Advisory Council for Entrepreneurship at Brown University. In addition to advising and investing in other start-ups, Tyler is a co-founding partner and strategic advisor to NAKU, a pioneering indigenous healing center in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Tyler lives in Bellingham, Washington with his wife Michelle and enjoys boxing, yoga, riding his unicycle and studying ethnobotany.
Episode 65: Dr. Pam Dibbs
Join my great friend, transformative coach and comedian, Pam Dibbs and I as we explore:
More about Pam Dibbs
Pam Dibbs is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, executive and team coach.
She coaches senior executives and teams partnering with organisations including Microsoft, Costco Wholesale, Boeing, Alaska Airlines, Avanade and Redfin. As a speaker, Pam uses stand-up comedy revealing wry insights about how leaders and teams get in their own way and what they can do to accelerate their impact.
Pam is also the President and co-founder of an aviation photography and consultancy company. Over the last 25 years they have published 22 books. Clients include Virgin Atlantic Airways, Netflix, British Airways, Gulfstream, The US Air Force and The Smithsonian Institute.
Pam has extensive training including NeuroLeadership, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Brené Brown’s ground breaking work on courageous leadership and resiliency.
Episode 64: Dr. Gay Hendricks
This week on the show, Dr. Gay Hendricks, one of my great mentors, joined me to talk about the Upper Limit problem, Genius Spiral, and his upcoming book - The Joy of Genius.
Dr. Gay Hendricks and I discuss:
More about Dr. Gay Hendricks
Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and bodymind therapies for more than 45 years. After earning his Ph.D. in counselling psychology from Stanford, Gay served as professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of Colorado for 21 years. He has written more than 40 books, including bestsellers such as Five Wishes, The Big Leap and Conscious Loving (co-authored with his co-author and mate for more than 35 years, Dr. Kathlyn Hendricks), both used as a primary text in universities around the world. In 2003, Gay co-founded The Spiritual Cinema Circle, which distributes inspirational movies and conscious entertainment to subscribers in 70+ countries.
Gay has offered seminars worldwide and appeared on more than 500 radio and television shows, including OPRAH, CNN, CNBC, 48 HOURS and others. In addition to his work with The Hendricks Institute, Gay is currently continuing his new mystery series that began with The First Rule Of Ten.