Matt sits down with FeetUp Director of Community Daniel Scott. The FeetUp trainer is a device designed to help people practice and work on inverted movements in their yoga practice but, its usefulness drastically goes beyond its original intent.
Building a community is a learned skill, especially when introducing a niche product but, when driven by pure joy and excitement it’s a piece of cake. Daniel Scott is, what he would call, a movement enthusiast, and absolutely reflects on how he got involved with FeetUp. His is a story of ‘one thing led to another’ in the most unyielding way, whether it was him leaving the rat race of NYC to travel and find peace of mind, or randomly bumping into the founder of FeetUp. For what he’s interested in and passionate about, it’s clear that this is a man who is dedicated to sharing what he loves with the world and FeetUp was the conduit for this.
In this episode, Daniel shares his approach to cultivate and build a community, what yoga and movement mean to him, and helps map out what yoga is and how it’s often misunderstood.
Matt sits down with a tasty beverage and a microphone. In this episode of the ReddyYeti Podcast we officially (sort of) say hello to our new host Matthew Dello Buono and talk about some exciting things happening with The ReddyYeti Podcast
This podcast episode was originally recorded on June 18th, 2018 We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder Patrick Sherwin talking about how and why he started GoSun.
Josh sits down with GoSun founder Patrick Sherwin. GoSun makes solar-powered stoves that operate without any type of fuel, just the power of the sun! Sherwin is no stranger to the power of solar technology. Having spent an impressive amount of time in the solar industry, it wasn’t until a previous career path would push him towards the idea of letting the sun cook your food. GoSun is not only a pioneer of this breakthrough solar cooking technology but is also pursuing products in addition to their solar kitchen technology. Join us as we dive into the inspirational spark behind GoSun and see what other products are in the pipeline for the culinary powerhouse!
Matt sits down with Bogobrush co-founder Heather McDougall. Bogobrush makes eco-friendly toothbrushes designed to help cut down on everyday single-use plastic consumption.
Heather had a pretty interesting layup to starting Bogobrush which is technically a family business, with her brother, John, being a co-founder. Heather and her brother wanted to position Bogobrush as a company that can directly do some good in fighting single-use plastics but, they also wanted to work in a philanthropic side as well, something Heather is particularly well versed in.
In this episode, we chat about the logistics of making a product that you pretty much always need to keep up with hygiene (at least we hope) and a lot of the innovations the McDougalls made to make their products as eco-friendly as possible. We also got a chance to talk about burnout and mental health, keeping healthy relationships, and what that means in regards to building and running a business.