Yoseph Ayele is an entrepreneur who, for almost seven years, has been building the Edmund Hillary Fellowship and the Global Impact Visa -- an immigration program and a fellowship community combined together to catalyze positive change from Aotearoa (New Zealand).
Yoseph joins us to discuss how his own lousy experience as an aspiring legal immigrant to the United States galvanized a movement for systematic reform and established New Zealand as a base of operations for skilled ex-pats like him to change the world.
Kevin & Tim back together again for The Random Show, covering all their latest obsessions and interests. This episode covers the latest Bitcoin craze, 2021 New Years Resolutions, their favorite books, lucid dreaming, the benefits of couples therapy, and more!
Andy Rachleff is one of the most influential and successful Venture Capitalists of all time. In this episode, we discuss the traits of successful entrepreneurs, what makes a good idea, product-market fit (a term Andy coined), building Wealthfront, how to hire, doubling down on what's working, day trading vs index investing, tax-loss harvesting, bitcoin, and much more.
In this episode, Kevin speaks with Josh Clemente about continuous glucose monitors, insulin, metabolic health, tips for hacking glucose levels, and more.
Josh Clemente, Founder of Levels, is a mechanical engineer and CrossFit-L2 trainer. At SpaceX, he led a team to develop life support systems that sustained astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on their May 2020 trip to the International Space Station aboard Dragon Endeavor: the first new crew-carrying spacecraft since 1980. Josh has also spent time designing and building Hyperloop technology at Virgin Hyperloop One and leading engineering for a company providing vehicle-based rescue systems for emergency response teams.
For those interested in trying Levels, use: levels.link/krose to skip the waitlist (28,000+) and join the early access program.
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Henry Shukman (Ryu’un-ken) is an Associate Zen Master of the Sanbo Zen lineage, based in Kamakura, Japan, and he teaches at the Mountain Cloud Zen Center in Santa Fe, NM. He has trained primarily with Joan Rieck Roshi, Zen teacher John Gaynor, Ruben Habito Roshi, and now continues his training under the guidance of Yamada Ryoun Roshi, current abbot of Sanbo Zen. Henry is dedicated to what he sees as core Zen training — clarifying our essential nature to our own satisfaction, and thereby finding true peace of mind, and then living that essential nature in every moment of daily life, in freedom, love, and deep responsiveness.
Henry is a writer and poet of British-Jewish origin, who has published eight books to date, of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. He writes regularly for Tricycle, The New York Times, and other publications, and his most recent book is One Blade of Grass: Finding the Old Road of the Heart, a Zen Memoir.
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Kevin interviews Colleen Cutcliffe, CEO and Co-Founder of Pendulum. Pendulum produces a novel strain probiotic that restores the body's natural ability to metabolize fiber and produce butyrate. Kevin talks about his results with the probiotics using a continuous glucose monitor. A recent study of Pendulum demonstrated a significant reduction in A1C and blood sugar spikes in people with type 2 diabetes. The study was a U.S. based, multi-site, double-blinded, placebo controlled RCT.
Sharon Salzberg is a New York Times Bestselling author and teacher of Buddhist meditation practices in the West. Her emphasis is on vipassana (insight) and metta (loving-kindness) methods and has been leading meditation retreats around the world for over three decades.
Kevin and Dr. Andrew Weil talk all things coronavirus, including prevention tactics, and lesser-known immune-boosting herbs.
Note: This episode is for information purposes only. While Dr. Weil is a medical doctor, this episode is not medical advice. Please speak with your own physician when considering any medical treatment, supplement, or herbs.
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