406. Tal Zlotnisky – The Importance of Curiosity to Relational Wellbeing and the Our.Love App

448. Amanda Presgraves – Cooking For Yourself As An Act of Resistance Against Quick Food Culture Dr. D’s Social Network

Amanda Presgraves approaches life similarly to designing NonRecipes—believing that how we nourish ourselves can start with our plates, but extends beyond to our inner and outer world, and the complex systems involved.She uniquely integrates her expertise across food and health, business, athletics, community development and mindset as a: Professional USA Triathlete and Ultra-Endurance Off-Road Athlete, Chief Innovation Officer and cofounder at algae startup Spira Inc., Regional Food System Consultant, Food-Startup Entrepreneur, Mindset Coach, and Community Ecosystem Builder located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley of Harrisonburg, Virginia.Amanda prioritizes engaging in outdoor adventures (in the water, on her feet, and two wheels) with her community, sweet pup Mistie and partner Andrew.http://www.amandapresgraves.com@amandapresgravesSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dr-ds-social-network/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
  1. 448. Amanda Presgraves – Cooking For Yourself As An Act of Resistance Against Quick Food Culture
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  5. Arbiters of Bad Taste – Why Kindergarten Cop is One of Arnold's Best Movies, A Masterclass of Bill Murray Movies and Analyzing Mono-Thinking Culture

Tal Zlotnitsky has started and led companies as CEO since he was 19 years old. Over a career of nearly 30 years, he has learned nearly all the lessons of leadership first hand, including what not to do. He decided to resign as CEO of his last successful startup, iControl Data, to start Our.Love Company, motivated by his own failures at love, Covid-19’s siren call to a more meaningful life, and a desire to apply his leadership experience to a mission he felt more passionate about than anything he’d ever set out to do.

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