JIP 114: Special, 1 year of becoming digital nomads

Special: 1 year of entrepreneurship & nomadism On May 1st 2021, we left Miami, our jobs, our friends and most of our belongings to start a new chapter of our lives: becoming digital nomads to travel the world while working on our online projects/businesses. We worked hard to save enough money to be able to…

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JIP 112: Alejandra Hernandez

Alejandra

Alejandra Hernandez: the reality of entrepreneurship Alejandra is back on the show to share about the start of her entrepreneurial journey. Last time we chatted, she had a full time job working as a career advisor. A few months later, after going for a Ayahuasca retreat at the end of 2020, she decided to take…

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JIP 107: Kirill Ignatieff

Kirill Ignatieff

Kirill Ignatieff: bridging the gap between Technology & Spirituality Kirill is a super interesting guy with an amazing mindset and high-level of awareness, which was clear throughout the whole conversation. Kirill was born in Belarus and grew up with good education but experienced the effects of the Cold War including rationed foods. It was during…

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JIP 103: Oliver Collinson

Oliver Collinson

Oliver Collinson: focusing on what makes you happy In today’s episode we welcome Oliver, aka Olly aka Rosie’s little brother! We kick off the conversation talking about his childhood, and how growing up with a lot of freedom and values such as “do what makes you happy” from a young age impacted his mindset and…

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JIP 101: Ricardo Lima

Ricardo Lima, Riq Lima

Ricardo Lima: Worldpackers, volunteer around the world Imagine traveling around the world and living with locals for free in exchange of a few hours of your time. Sounds pretty amazing, right? Well, this is possible thanks to Worldpackers.com. Ricardo is from Brazil around 2010 was having a very successful career in finance. Successful from a…

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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 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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