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Sam talks with Toussaint Bailey, CEO of Enso Wealth and Founder of Just Listen Project. Toussaint describes how "uplifting" has become his primary focus, inspired by finding meaning in the grief associated with racism, and his lived experience of anguish and hope. He outlines how a journey of self-awareness has impacted his leadership style, the im…
 
Sam joins Gregory Heller on the Conversations on Careers and Professional Life Podcast as the two play the role of both host and guest on their respective podcasts. Gregory is a Senior Associate Director in MBA Career Management at the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. The two discuss their professional and personal journey…
 
Sam talks with K. Ishibashi, acclaimed musician known as "Kishi Bashi" and director of the upcoming film, "Omoiyari: A Song Film by Kishi Bashi." The Japanese word "omoiyari" can be interpreted as empathy, compassion, and altruism. In the spirit of omoiyari, K created music at locations connected to the Japanese-American WWII Incarceration, providi…
 
Sam talks with Jonathan Rauch, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, Contributing Editor at The Atlantic, and author of "The Happiness Curve." Jonathan reflects on important milestones that contributed to writing "The Happiness Curve," including: • How winning the equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize in magazine journalism at 45 years old provide…
 
Sam talks with Brigitte Granger, CEO and Founder of Supporti, a technology company that pairs people as accountability partners to increase the probability of goal success. The personal experience of moving away from Boston and losing her running buddy sparked the idea to create a human-powered app for people helping people.Brigitte shares the insi…
 
Sam talks with Jake, Instructor at the Flores MBA Program at Louisiana State University, where he teaches management classes with an emphasis on leadership, organizational culture, and motivation. Jake spent nearly a decade in financial services, with much of his time in Australia, where he eventually noticed his job satisfaction and motivation on …
 
Sam Ushio, Andrew Venrick, and Dr. Jake Smith from LSU discuss the intersection between ESPN's The Last Dance, personal well-being, and purpose. Dr. Smith highlights research in organizational culture, shared values, and social structures that benefit both sports and business teams. The three discuss well-being examples from the documentary and hig…
 
Sam Ushio and Andrew Venrick discuss the intersection between ESPN's The Last Dance, personal well-being, and purpose. The three-part miniseries will tackle Episodes 1-6(#1), Episodes 7-8(#2), and Episodes 9-10 (#3).Following the three-part series is a live, facilitated conversation on May 26th at 2p PST with Sam, Andrew, and Dr. Jake Smith from LS…
 
Sam talks with Shelly Kurtz, Co-Founder of Giving Tech Labs, a Seattle-based company that delivers sustainable technology for public interest. Shelly's extensive media background (NBCUniversal and Comcast)combined with co-founder Luis Salazar's technology background (including Microsoft as co-founder of Office 365) deliver digital and business best…
 
Sam Ushio and Andrew Venrick discuss the intersection between ESPN's The Last Dance, personal well-being, and purpose. The three-part miniseries will tackle Episodes 1-6(#1), Episodes 7-8(#2), and Episodes 9-10 (#3).Following the three-part series is a live, facilitated conversation on May 26th at 2p PST. Participants will have the opportunity to c…
 
Sam Ushio and Andrew Venrick discuss the intersection between ESPN's The Last Dance, personal well-being, and purpose. The three-part miniseries will tackle Episodes 1-6(#1), Episodes 7-8(#2), and Episodes 9-10 (#3). Following the three-part series is a live, facilitated conversation on May 26th at 2p PST. Participants will have the opportunity to …
 
Webinar was recorded on April 30, 2020. To view the video, please click here:https://gvg17.com/resilience-webinar/[Mindset | Movement | Nutrition ]Equip yourself with insights and practical tools to build resilience amidst the dynamic COVID-19 landscape. Learn from experts in the fields of positive psychology, nutrition, mind/body, and yoga. Sam Us…
 
This webinar was recorded on March 26, 2020. To view the video of the webinar, please click here: https://gvg17.com/recording-well-being-while-working-from-home-webinar/ Join Sam Ushio from Ikigai Lab and Ryan Wolf from Gallup to discuss well-being while working from home. According to Gallup's State of the American Workplace report, 43% of US empl…
 
Sam talks with Priyanka, Founder + CEO @ PopSmartKids, an educational technology company that's reimagining digital playtime. PopSmartKids offers tech tools that embrace a simple, yet powerful philosophy: Mentor > Monitor. Priyanka reflects on her journey including corporate jobs in three countries, making the entrepreneurial leap, and the evolving…
 
Sam talks with Kim and Noelle, Co-Founders of BeanZ & Company, an inclusive café in Avon, Connecticut that employs people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. The mission is inspired by their special needs daughters, Megan and Cate, and the observation that 80% of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are …
 
Sam talks with Alex Mondau, Co-Founder and Community Ambassador at The Collective. The 15,000 square foot "urban basecamp" has evolved the traditional membership club model with a focus on inclusivity, experiences, and building community around shared passions. Alex shares his personal and professional journey that led to the Collective's launch; i…
 
Sam talks with Tori, Founder of Her First 100k, a 25-year old "financial feminist" on a quest to empower millennial women with the resources to earn, save, and invest their way to the first six-figures. The money and career platform blends personal finance with behavioral psychology and has been featured on CNBC, Marketwatch, and Yahoo. Tori discus…
 
Sam talks with Evan, a 22-year-old entrepreneur, about launching a successful coffee company in the backyard of the world's most iconic coffee brand....while in college. Evan shares the story behind Seattle Strong Coffee, a bootstrapped company initiated in a class at the University of Washington; as well as his decision-making process that led him…
 
Sam talks with John about his remarkable journey from the streets of Cleveland - to the world of architecture - to a failed entrepreneurial leap - to a successful creative studio. He opens up to share the challenges he faced and conquered as a fatherless, African-American young man and the bond that he forged with his brother in prison as they simu…
 
Sam talks with John about his remarkable journey from the streets of Cleveland - to the world of architecture - to a failed entrepreneurial leap - to a successful creative studio. He opens up to share the challenges he faced and conquered as a fatherless, African-American young man and the bond that he forged with his brother in prison as they simu…
 
Sam talks with Ahmad Corner, the founder of Young Professionals of Seattle, (YPOS), a 13,000 member organization born from a personal desire to shift his career path out of law. Ahmad shares insight into his journey to launching YPOS, the balancing act between engagement and sponsorship, and the parallels between his passion for snowboarding and st…
 
Sam talks with Erin Mursch about her journey to become the first KonMarie Certified Consultant in Texas and the experience of participating in the first global cohort to learn directly from Marie Kondo. Erin shares insights into her work that does much more than tidying one's home, she provides a tangible framework for self-discovery one item at a …
 
Sam talks with Eric Silverstein about leaving a lucrative law career to open a food truck fraught with challenges, eventually finding traction and becoming one of the leading hospitality companies in Austin. Eric shares candid insights about growing up in Tokyo and Atlanta, his leadership philosophy, the balancing act between work + home, and his u…
 
Rich Sasaki is the founder of iKokua, a technology platform like craigslist where all of the proceeds from the sale goes to a non-profit selected by the seller. Rich discusses working at Seattle heavyweights: Starbucks, Microsoft, and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation prior to launching iKokua. In addition, he describes his journey from growing up …
 
Cory is the Director of Compassion at Brighton Jones. He discusses his journey to the become the world's first "Director of Compassion," the reactions he receives when people hear his title, and how he leads the M.E.S.I. Program (Mindfulness-based Emotional and Social Intelligence).Av Ikigai Stories
 
Cristina is the CEO of Mana Financial Design in Los Angeles. "Mana" means "power" in Hawaiian, which holds a special place for Cristina personally and professionally. She discusses the unique experience of Mana Financial Life Design and her passion to bring compassionate finance to the world.Av Ikigai Stories
 
Gisella Bustillos is a film director and producer, science fiction enthusiast, and entrepreneur. She has produced short films and episodic web series while working with a major media agency in New York City, but her interest in documentary filmmaking brought her to the Pacific Northwest where she became active in the local film community.…
 
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