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45 minutes | May 16, 2022
#085. Laura Putnam: Workplace Wellness That Works
Laura Putnam is the author of the award-winning Workplace Wellness That Works and CEO and founder of Motion Infusion, a leading well-being provider.Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com.
72 minutes | May 2, 2022
#084. Marah Hardt: author of Sex in the Sea
Marah Hardt is both a scientist and a storyteller, focused on our oceans. In this interview, we dive into some of her research on the global impacts of COVID on the seafood industry. We also talk about her book Sex in the Sea to hear how human activities- including those leading to climate change- are wrecking havoc on how fish mate in the sea. Full show notes at northstarunplugged.com
48 minutes | Apr 18, 2022
#083. Eric Malzone: The Future of Fitness
After 9+ years of owning multiple gyms including CrossFit (™) affiliates, and a deep analysis of his “ideal day,” Eric Malzone decided to sell his businesses to create a bigger impact in the fitness industry while living the lifestyle that he and his wife had always dreamed of. He is now the host of two top-rated podcasts - The Future of Fitness and Fitness Blitz Radio, where he has interviewed 650+ professionals in the areas of fitness, health and wellness. Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com
65 minutes | Apr 4, 2022
#082. Tanja Hester: how to use your wallet as a force for change
Tanja Hester is the author of Wallet Activism: How to Use Every Dollar You Spend, Earn, and Save as a Force for Change and Work Optional: Retire Early the Non-Penny Pinching Way. She’s a former political consultant and journalist turned activist and early retiree.Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com
59 minutes | Mar 21, 2022
#081. Nic Bryce: owner of Grotto Meats, a charcuterie company in Bozeman
Nic Bryce is the founder and owner of Grotto Meats, a charcuterie company in Bozeman, Montana. He also launched Bozeman’s first food truck, Rendezvous, with a crepe and taco menu.Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com
43 minutes | Mar 7, 2022
#080. Sarah Calhoun: Founder of Red Ants Pants, workwear for women
Tired of wearing men’s work pants that didn’t fit, rural entrepreneur Sarah Calhoun founded Red Ants Pants, designing pants that would fit and flatter working women. Based in White Sulphur Springs, Montana, Calhoun is also the founder of the Red Ants Pants Music Festival held there every summer. Festival proceeds fuel the Red Ants Pants Foundation, supporting women’s leadership, working family farms and ranches, and rural communities. Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com
50 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
#079. Chris Mehl: on Bozeman’s housing crisis, climate change, and local politics
Chris lives in Bozeman, Montana and has worked professionally and volunteered in public service for more than three decades, most recently as Mayor and City Commissioner for Bozeman. He previously worked for ten years as the Policy Director at Headwaters Economics, a research group that works with communities across the West to promote community development and local economic growth. Before, Mehl was the Communications Director in the Northern Rockies Office of The Wilderness Society. Chris started his career working for 15 years in Washington, D.C. as Press Secretary for Members of the House of Representatives. Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com
44 minutes | Feb 7, 2022
#078. Paige Davis: Mindfulness Through Cancer and Beyond
Paige Davis is a mindfulness trainer, entrepreneur, author, and cancer survivor. She facilitates mindfulness, meditation, and resilience programming designed to enhance communication, productivity, and manage high-demand situations with more clarity, compassion and creativity. Paige, along with her sister, Melissa Nathan, is co-founder of Pebbl, a comfortable floor chair with back support. Described as "the yoga mat for meditation," Pebbl provides a lil' cush for the tush, peace for the soul, and support on the pathway to presence and well being.Full show notes at northstarunplugged.com
58 minutes | Jan 24, 2022
#077. Clint Ober: how grounding reduces inflammation and improves sleep
Clint Ober is a leader in the grounding or earthing movement which consists of reaping the health benefits- including better sleep and reduced inflammation- from spending more time with our bodies in direct contact with the earth- such as simply walking in the grass barefoot. After spending 30 years in the communications industry where everything has to be grounded to the earth, Clint is now CEO of a business called Earthing FX, focused on the topic of grounding.Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com
45 minutes | Jan 10, 2022
#076. Eva Gruber: mental fitness
Eva Gruber is a Habit Coach, Mental Fitness Advocate, and International Best-Selling Author. She supports people who have too much on their plate to improve their wellbeing, relationships, and peak-performance.Full show notes at northstarunplugged.com
52 minutes | Dec 27, 2021
#075. Matt Skoglund: starting a bison ranch from scratch
Matt Skoglund is the founder and owner of North Bridger Bison, a bison ranch rooted in Regenerative Agriculture principles located in Montana's Shields Valley.Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com
63 minutes | Dec 13, 2021
#074. Justin Farrell: author of Billionaire Wilderness: The Ultra-Wealthy and the Remaking of the American West
Yale professor Justin Farrell’s most recent book, Billionaire Wilderness, offers a revealing look at the intersection of wealth, philanthropy, and conservation.Full show notes at www.northstarunplugged.com
37 minutes | Nov 29, 2021
#073. Vasu Sojitra: Diversity, Inclusion & Intersectionality in the outdoors
When Vasu was only nine months old, he was diagnosed with septicemia, resulting in the amputation of one of his legs. Since then, Vasu has not looked back; with the motto of “ ninjasticking through the woods to bring intersectionality to the outdoors,” Vasu continues to challenge the biases that go with being a Disabled person of color with a through his intersectional work which include being the first adaptive athlete for The North Face, a founding member for The Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E Initiative, the co-founder of Inclusive Outdoors Project, and a Disability Access strategist for The Avarna Group, In Solidarity Project and independently.Full show notes at nothstarunplugged.com
49 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
#072. Morgan Lindsey: resilience building, self-compassion, trauma recovery
Morgan Lindsey is an Austin, Texas based psychotherapist, specializing in resilience building, self-compassion, and trauma recovery. Her work consists of individual therapy, group psychotherapy, corporate mindfulness, and training coaches and therapists up and coming in the field. Her work aims to weave modern neuroscience with ancient wisdom traditions in an effort to help people find the love and connection they long for both within themselves and each other. See full show notes at northstarunplugged.com
43 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
#071. Brandon LaGreca: do our cell phones cause cancer?
Brandon LaGreca is a licensed acupuncturist, a thought leader in the synthesis of traditional and functional medicine, and the author of Cancer and EMF Radiation: How to Protect Yourself From the Silent Carcinogen of Electropollution.Full show notes at www.northstarsleepschool.com/podcast.
36 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
#070. Julie Fathy: creating a zero waste lifestyle
Based near Bozeman, Montana, Julie Fathy is an expert is zero waste living. Through systems she has developed throughout her home, Julie shares how to make this happen and why less is more.Full show notes at www.northstarsleepschool.com/podcast.
39 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
#069. John Ratey, MD: exercise as fuel for the brain
Best selling author John J. Ratey, MD is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and an internationally recognized expert in Neuropsychiatry. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed articles, and 11 books published in 17 languages. With the publication of Spark-The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain, Dr. Ratey has established himself as one of the world's foremost authorities on the brain-fitness connection. See full show notes at www.northstarsleepschool.com/podcast.
53 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
#068. April Rinne: Flux: 8 superpowers for thriving in constant change
April Rinne helps individuals and organizations rethink and reshape their relationship with change, uncertainty, and a world in flux. She’s the author of the newly-launched book, Flux: 8 Superpowers for thriving in constant change. April has been weaving a story about how to thrive amid flux for as long as she can remember, drawing on her history as a futurist, advisor, global development executive, microfinance lawyer, investor, mental health advocate, certified yoga teacher, globetrotter (100+ countries), and insatiable handstander. April also harnesses her very personal experiences with flux, including the death of both of her parents in a car accident when she was 20. Through her travels and tragedy, vision and values, global perspective and grounded sense of purpose, April helps others better understand how we see, think about, struggle with, and ultimately forge positive relationships with change. Full show notes at www.northstarsleepschool.com/podcast.
49 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
#067. Jillian Johnsrud: mini-retirement, financial independence, silencing the inner critic
After becoming financially independent at 32 years old, Jillian turned her personal and professional experience towards a creative life. She is a popular public speaker, coach, writer, and teacher of online classes. Her book Fire the Haters: Finding the Courage to Create Online in a Critical World helps creatives and entrepreneurs share their best work with the world. She hosts the Everyday Courage Podcast. Her husband and she live in Montana, near Glacier National Park, with their 5 kids, and a dog named Cheesy Taco. She’s an avid traveler and drinker of hot tea. You can connect with her at jillianjohnsrud.com.See full show notes at www.northstarsleepschool.com/podcast.
51 minutes | Sep 6, 2021
#066. Richard Manning: eat fat, run free, follow our ancestors’ lead
In one of Richard Manning’s 11 books, Go Wild, he and co-author John Ratey share why returning to a lifestyle more like that of our ancestors will restore our health and wellbeing.Full show notes at www.northstarsleepschool.com/podcast
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