Today's Zestology guest is fantastic and his focus is living peacefully.
He has a lot of followers in America, India, and all over the world, and spoke at the first ever Glastonbury Festival (or Glastonbury Fayre as it was known then) and you'll enjoy hearing his stories about that.
I'm not spiritual. Should I be? It's a dilemma. I feel connected to the world, to others, perhaps even to a higher purpose. But I struggle to describe myself as spiritual. Maybe Martina Coogan could help.
It's another ZestHacks episode, featuring the world’s cleanest vodka, an update on the Footpads we spoke about last week, zero drop footwear that my feet love (this is an ongoing quest), the top clean sunscreen, a great way to cook healthy with my top gadget currently, and an eco-friendly clothing brand we love.
Why is the best-selling author Melissa Ambrosini posing in front of a helicopter? And why have I used that image for this blog? Good question. Melissa is a well-known meditation teacher, as well as a nutrition expert joins me on Zestology, and would it be wrong to call her a lifestyle guru?
Holy shiitake! It's a special biohacking episode today. Biohacking is getting the best out of your body and life by adapting your environment, lifestyle and diet. I've been into it for a while though not always calling it biohacking.
You know him as the author of "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus", he's a regular on Oprah, he's renowned the world over for his advice on relationships. And the last 8 months have been the most challenging of his life.
When disaster strikes, what do you do? How do you deal with it?
Amazing story. Seven years ago, Adam Greenberg was a baseball rookie, and in his very first at-bat he got hit in the head with the ball — knocked out, concussed, out of the league. Simply focusing on staying alive...
Martin is CEO of Upgrade Labs, the world's first dedicated biohacking faciliity. I've been there in LA and it is fantastic. A playground for health, wellness and you get a damn good workout in the process.