Let's Talk Possibility with Telana Simpson | Exploring what's possible
About This Show
Let's talk about what is possible.
Let's talk about the stories that inspire us, the people who give us hope, the challenges and hardships that can be overcome. And let's talk about these things from an understanding that we can change, that anything is possible, and we sometimes just need to understand how.
We sometimes just need to hear someone else's story for it to unlock in us the inspiring qualities that we see in them. For it to open a new way of looking at things, a way that gives us the energy and inspiration to go back into our own lives and try something different, and enjoy the new results.
Join our host Telana Simpson as she unpacks the mindsets of ordinary individuals who are doing extra-ordinary things. As she finds experts to share their knowledge, and dares them to keep it practical and relevant to today’s challenges. And as she and her guests endeavour to teach, share, laugh, learn, all to inspire you.
Most Recent Episode
Growing healthy and "ugly" food, with Jacques and Promise
Have you spent much time thinking about the food you eat? About where it is produced, why it looks like it does, and how old and nutrient rich the food actually is? This podcast explores a positive approach to eating local trusted food. Telana swapped her scooter and borrowed an old car nicknamed the Chariot, to drive the 14km’s from home to what’s called “God’s Farm” in Kyalami, Johannesburg. She went to visit farmers’ Jacques and Promise, to collect her veggies that she ordered online the day before, in an attempt to be a more conscious consumer. They talk about: * Ecohydrology and Biodynamic farming * Ugly food - our perception of what food should look like * Conscious food consumption and what we need to be thinking and asking about * GMO’s and pesticides and alternate options * Reasons to buy local * How to deal with food waste in an ecological and environmentally friendly way For more information see : http://talkpossibility.innercoaching.co.za/growing-food