Episode 147: My Personal Sustainability Goals for the Future with Heather Jeffrey Re4M Design and Fabrication
Heather Jeffery from Re4m Design and Fabrication interviews Casey for the Earth Week Interview Series. At Re4m, they turn commercial and industrial waste into furnishing, fixtures, and displays for other businesses. Heather has joined us on the podcast before, you can check out our other conversations at the links below.
Casey Grey interviews Vish Chatterji, The Business Casual Yogi, where they discuss the intersection of yoga and the construction business. Learn more about Vish's book and how mindfulness, meditation, and yoga have impacted both their personal and professional lives. Throughout his 20-years in Corporate America, Vish studied and practiced yoga, meditation and Ayurveda as a way to stay balanced as a leader. He now coaches business leaders in this East-meets-West approach to help more of their greatness show up at work.
In this interview, Brandon Fong joins Casey Grey to explore the impact of our decisions and choices, specifically what we are bringing into our awareness. As we are living through a unique period of our lives we must dig deep to keep going and focus on growth rather than retracting.
At 26 years old, Brandon Fong was diagnosed with brain cancer and his life was completely changed. Brandon quickly realized how important and fragile life is, and this diagnosis ended up serving as a catalyst to completely change his life for the better. Learn more about his story and how he found strength from within to find internal peace.
I hope you’re staying safe and healthy during these times. Here is what I have been up to during my first week in quarantine. It has not been easy but it has been rewarding.
The Conscious Builder on Youtube
Casey Grey talks about the affects of COVID-19 on his business and the residential construction industry.
Shawn Stevenson is a bestselling author and creator of The Model Health Show, featured as the #1 Nutrition and Fitness podcast on iTunes. A graduate of The University of Missouri – St. Louis with a background in biology and kinesiology, Shawn went on to be the founder of Advanced Integrative Health Alliance, a successful company that provides Wellness Services for both individuals and organizations worldwide. Shawn is also a dynamic keynote speaker who has spoken for TEDx, universities, and numerous organizations with outstanding reviews.
Aww sleep. There is nothing quite like a restful night of quality zzz’s to set us up for a refreshed and energized day. Unfortunately, in our modern day society, millions of people are chronically sleep deprived and are suffering as a result. The effects of sleep deprivation can include, but are not limited to, immune system failure, diabetes, cancer, obesity, depression, and memory loss just to name a few.
In this episode Shawn Steven will shed some light on just how important sleep is. It wasn’t until he became physically sick and unable to function himself until he realized that quality of sleep is a must if you want a quality life. Steven share's how much sleep we really need, quality over quantity of sleep as well as how to create a sleep sanctuary, plus much more.
The Model Health Show
Sleep Smarter: 21 Essential Strategies to Sleep Your Way to A Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success
Daughter, gymnast, sports anchor, wife, mother, morning show host Lianne Laing was born and raised in Ottawa. She attended the University of Massachusetts/Amherst on a full NCAA gymnastics scholarship and graduated with two business degrees before spending 20 years as a television broadcaster where she worked as a sports anchor and a host for Ottawa’s CTV Morning Live. She covered everything from olympians, chefs, celebrities, community leaders and more. She reside's in Ottawa with her husband Tony and two daughters.
In this podcast Lianne shares how an early childhood gymnastic competition accident changed everything for her at the age of eleven, including her own surprise leap into broadcasting, along with her scary transition into entrepreneurial life. Lots of exciting messages including how her dad's passing continues to influence her decisions today.
Bea and her family generate a quart size jar of waste per year. With her passion and positive outlook, Bea launched a global movement and has become the spokesperson for the zero waste lifestyle. She inspires a growing community to live simply and take a stance against needless waste with the application of the 5R's: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot. She shatters misconceptions, proving that waste-free living can not only be "stylish", but also lead to significant health benefits, and time and money savings. She regularly speaks at universities and corporate events and opens her home to educational tours and the media. She is a French native who currently lives in California.
This episode is perfect for anyone looking to hear an inspiring story of a modern, urban family who switched from “having all the things” to “having all the experiences.” It’s also great for anyone looking to learn about the big and small steps they can take to reduce their waste – in all its forms! In Zero Waste Home, Bea Johnson shares the story of how she simplified her life by reducing her waste.
Breanne Gibson is a global change leader for regeneration, speaker. She's an educator, holistic nutrition expert, and permaculture practitioner. She is the founder of Breanne Gibson LLC, a coaching and consulting company focused on helping leaders, entrepreneurs, and organizations align with the intelligence of nature for ultimate energy, health and resiliency.
Her mission is to reconnect humanity with nature and remove the gap between soil and health for both human and planet.
In this podcast Breanne touches on her journey beginning in British Columbia growing up on 10 acres "in nature", to her experience in the army before branching out and creating her own coaching and consulting business. Breanne shares some insights into her own diet, how to make soil for growing your own food and so much more. Her passion and wealth of knowledge is contagious and might inspire you, if you haven't already to do some research into what your eating. After listening to this podcast make sure to visit Breanne's links for more information.
Circular Nutrition Regenerative Roadmap
Climate Change & Consciousness - Scotland Conference
In this Podcast, Case Grey interviews his wife and life partner Natasha Grey. A former Psychotherapist and the author of the acclaimed children’s book, Everyday Superheroes. She is also the previous host of The Conscious Living Podcast where she spent two years interviewing and learning from the best in the industry, everyone from NY Times bestselling authors to CEO's of large organizations who incorporate meditation into their business’ as well as powerful women raising a family at home. Natasha's experience as a psychotherapist combined with her immersive work in meditation practices’ gives her an incredible advantage of cultivating a unique, transformative environment and experience for all human beings from all walks of life.
After years of exploring different meditation practices, Natasha concluded that its not one type of meditation practice that fits all. Younion doesn’t hold a specific belief structure around one type of meditation, but rather encompasses a variety of modalities, practices and philosophies. Younion has a variety of offerings to choose from that accommodates everyone's needs on any given day without having to ascribe to a particular belief or religion to guide their practice or experience.