JIP 088: John Marshall

John Marshall

John Marshall: Emmy Awards winner now helps orphans in India John is a 9 time Emmy Awards winner who uses his creativity and storytelling skills to help orphan girls in India get an education. Here’s how it all happened. John starts off by telling us about his time as a screenwriter in Hollywood. He explains…

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JIP 087: Noe Perrin

Noe Perrin: growing up around the world, cryptocurrency & Bitcoin Noe was born in the UK, from a French mother and Spanish father and spent the first 10 years of his life in England. He then spent 4 years in Dubai, 4 years in Jamaica, then settled down (for now) in Florida, USA. Talk about…

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JIP 077: Luke Manton

Luke Manton

Luke Manton: learning to live with Tourette Syndrome Luke was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome 3 years ago at the age of 26. In this episode he talks to us about his personal experience with Tourette Syndrome including his tics, his struggles and how his life was flipped upside down. He also explained to us why…

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JIP 074: Danny Rodriguez

Danny Rodriguez

Danny Rodriguez: BLUE Missions In 2007, when Danny was a junior in high-school, he went to Dominican Republic to work for an organization to bring clean water to a remote community on the island. This project totally changed his life, and 3 years later in 2010, he co-founded BLUE Missions with his sister. The BLUE…

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JIP 073: Sam Lister

Sam Lister

Sam Lister: pivoting business during a pandemic Sam is a 21 years old entrepreneur from Milwaukee. We interviewed him for the 1st time in May 2020 and decided to record a new episode every year with him to follow his growth & journey as Sam is a creative entrepreneur with big goals. Listen to this 1st…

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JIP 072: Séfora Chavarria

Sefora Chavarria

Séfora Chavarria: exploring nature as a child & designing tropical landscapes When we met Séfora for the 1st time, she was dressed as a fairy. So we start today’s episode with talking about self-expressing, the importance of being your authentic self and breaking the societal norms. Séfora then shares with us about growing up in…

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JIP 067: Julian Castro

Julian Castro

Julian Castro: quitting the “American Dream” to pursue creativity Julian grew up with a very creative childhood, always playing and creating. But his Portuguese parents were immigrants from Mozambique, and like most immigrant parents, raised him to work hard, go to college and “succeed”. They wanted him to live the “American Dream” that so many…

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JIP 066: Daniel Quintana

Daniel Quintana

Daniel Quintana: social entrepreneur, traveler and photographer Daniel, born and raised in Miami, always loved travel. As a student, he decided to head to Asia to step outside of his comfort zone & discover a new culture. He ended up finding a job in China and stayed in the area for a few years, traveling…

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JIP 057: Demas Rusli

Demas Rusli

Demas Rusli: visual creator mixing his love for architecture & photography Demas is a well-known photographer & designer who was born in Indonesia but moved to Sydney, Australia as a young boy and still lives there to this day! Although he lives in one of the world’s most iconic cities, he travels all over the…

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JIP 054: Sue Marinello

Sue Marinello

Sue Marinello: producer, artist, super mom & art healer Sue has experienced so much in her life. She grew up in a very religious Mormon family where she had strict rules to abide by and not much freedom or self-expression. In her teenage years, she started photography as a hobby which turned into art therapy…

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