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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JIP 089: Millicent Huser

Millicent Huser

Millicent Huser: helping others live their dream lives Milli was one of Jeremie’s coaches when he did Gratitude Training, a self-development program. Milli had a chaotic childhood as her mom suffered from mental illnesses and her brother was a sociopath. She had to adjust and adapt in order to survive in her household. This led…

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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 083: Nelson Rodriguez

Nelson Rodriguez

Nelson Rodriguez: poor Cuban upbringing turns into rich ambition Nelson starts off by talking to us about his relationship with money. We talk about his experience growing up without a lot of money and how that upbringing made him want to have more money as an adult. He tells us that money is not a…

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JIP 082: Florian Valette

Florian Valette

Florian Valette: network engineer living in Australia Florian is a dear friend of Jeremie who currently lives in Melbourne, Australia. In 2016, he needed a new challenge in his life, and a friend of his who recently moved to Australia told him about the opportunities in this country. It didn’t take long to Florian to…

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JIP 081: Techn0yogi

Techn0yogi: bodybuilder, kandi kid & DJ Rob – aka Techn0yogi – starts off by talking to us about the time in his life when he was competing in body building. He talks about all the sacrifices and discipline required for it including the food he ate and how far he got with the competitions. After…

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JIP 080: Gabrielle Demmer

Gabrielle Demmer

Gabrielle Demmer: the importance of being your true self Demmer was born and raised in Miami, Florida and tells us about how belly dancing and Flamenco dancing from the age of 3 gave her self confidence to perform on stage but also how to be comfortable within her own body. She talks to us about…

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JIP 079: Shane Taylor

Shane Taylor

Shane Taylor: befriending anxiety & depression Shane is an anxiety, depression & trauma coach, founder of MBS Repair (Mind, Body, Soul Repair). To quote him, his goal is “to connect the bridge between human & emotions, to turn pain into power”. In this episode, Shane openly shares with us how he has been navigating through…

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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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