JIP 116: Emilía Garth

Emilía Garth

Emilía Garth: living a authentic life through music Emilía is a very talented singer, songwriter, but also yoga teacher, meditation facilitator & much more. As she tells us, the more facets a diamond has, the more value it holds… the same can be said for human beings… being a multifaceted person is not a bad…

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JIP 115: Danié Gómez-Ortigoza

Danié Gómez-Ortigoza, Journey of a braid

Danié Gómez-Ortigoza: journey of a braid Danié is a Mexican artist currently living in Texas who shares with us the reasons she braids other people’s hair and creates art around this simple practice. It all started as a child when her nanny would braid her hair for special occasions. Since then, she has continued to…

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JIP 113: Tyler Schmitt

Tyler Schmitt

Tyler Schmitt: the power of saying yes and showing up Tyler, 30 years-old, is the General Manager of ONE37pm, a digital media brand creating content about culture, style, music, and sports, all through the lens of entrepreneurship. Before that, Tyler worked for VaynerMedia as, among other positions, community manager, assistant to AJ Vaynerchuk then Gary…

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JIP 111: Nelson Rodriguez

Nelson Rodriguez Jr.

Nelson Rodriguez: Montana Method, The Scarface Playbook If you’re wondering how the story of a Cuban immigrant who becomes a drug lord inspired Nelson in his personal & entrepreneurial life, this episode will shine some light on that for you. Nelson watched the movie Scarface with Al Pacino countless times when he was young. Little…

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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 106: Anwar Sadat

Anwar Sadat

Anwar Sadat: Kenyan photographer documenting untold stories Anwar is a documentary photographer based in Nairobi, Kenya. His work focuses on sharing unnoticed and overlook stories in his community. Most of his work is around the neighborhood of Kibera, which is the largest urban slum in Africa. Through his photographs, he wants to show another side…

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JIP 100: Alvey Thompson

Alvey Thompson, You Can 2: Life Lessons From My Mom's Untimely Death

Alvey Thompson: dive into the You Can 2 book For the 100th episode, we are bringing back our very first guest, Alvey Thompson. Alvey published his first book at the end of 2021, “You Can 2: Life Lessons From My Mom’s Untimely Death” and we are extremely happy to have him back on the show…

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JIP 093: Yuliana Kim-Grant

Yuliana Kim-Grant

Yuliana Kim-Grant: immigration, racism & depression Yuliana was born in South Korea but grew up in the United States as her parents decided to move there when she was a child in the hopes to live a better life. She takes us on a journey from South Korea to LA through Philadelphia and more. Passionate…

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JIP 091: Lisa Serrano

Lisa Serrano

Lisa Serrano: questioning life choices Lisa is a 19 year old French woman (although you wouldn’t know it from her beautiful English accent) with big dreams. Despite her young age, she is extremely mature and questions more about life than many “grown-ups”. She is studying speech therapy at university – and is a very good…

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JIP 090: Daryl Santos

Daryl Santos

Daryl Santos: Cuban childhood, coming out, modeling & entrepreneur life Daryl was Born in Cuba and spent the first 14 years of his life on the island. He shares with us his life as a child over there, going to school, connecting with nature, being at the farm, but also being a bit disconnected to…

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