A business and lifestyle podcast providing helpful tips, different perspectives, and unique stories by interviewing everyday people from all generations. Each week, we explore new topics as we attempt to answer the question, “How far are you willing to expand the horizons of your thinking and actively seek out discomfort to create a happy and healthy life for yourself?”. (https://linktr.ee/UnmutedGenerations)
Garrio Harrison: Adopting a Curious & "Always Learning" Entrepreneurial Mindset with Curious & Closers Media
Garrio is a sales-focused marketer committed to his family and empowering the future and present generation through education and community. He's a Partner at both Curious (helping businesses overcome brand, marketing, & product development challenges) and Closers Media (teaching those new to sales how to close more business deals).
00:16 - Introduction: Garrio Harrison01:50 - What pushed you to the next level to follow-entrepreneurship?05:10 - Everyone should be an entrepreneur (at least once)07:05 - Being a generalist versus a specialist10:45 - Chatting about sales and creating value15:13 - Practicing intentionality and working backwards19:00 - Identifying burnout and decompressing from work 28:23 - Full-focus planners and accomplishments31:05 - Family and growing a "driven" mentality38:40 - Skills or advice focusing for personal/professional development
Renata Amaral Morris & Gabriel Seibel: Building an International Design Studio with CEO & COO of EAT
Renata Amaral Morris is the Founder and CEO of EAT. With over 17 years of experience in branding and design, Renata leads all facets of EAT’s business from closing deals to ensuring client success. Her exceptional ability to interpret client needs and translate them into effective creative direction has allowed her to build deep relationships with brands such as Amazon, Netflix, Adidas, Twitch, Red Bull, Blizzard / Activision, EA Games, and The New York Times while firmly positioning EAT as one of the leading high-end branding and design studios working with the new media industry today.
Gabriel Seibel manages EAT’s operations based in Paris and LA. Since the beginning of his tenure as Partner, COO, and Head of Production, Gabriel has successfully executed 400+ projects for internationally renowned brands, overseeing everything from development through production. Together with EAT’s Founder and CEO, he has expanded the team to the US, Brazil, France, Germany, and Portugal while cultivating a brilliant company culture in which creativity thrives. He is also a TEDx speaker and teaches Marketing at IESEG School of Management in Paris.
EAT Website: https://eat.studio/
00:16 - Introduction: EAT02:15 - Did your team expect EAT to grow this big and flourish over time?05:50 - Discussing mission, vision, and adaptation with niche services offered 08:55 - Website re-brand and how it represents EAT's growth over time?10:20 - Lessons Gabriel Seibel learned from working at EAT - It's good to not always create 12:45 - Educating the future as a branding professor15:45 - Lessons Renata Morris learned from creating EAT - taking a break and cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset.20:00 - How do you decompress from the day-to-day demands of being a CEO?23:35 - Have you seen any differences as a woman, LGBTQ+ CEO navigating the world of business as it incorporates more diversity and inclusion?28:25 - Final tips for new business owners
Bryan Pham: Asian Solidarity & Community Building with AHN's Founder
Bryan Pham is the founder of Asian Hustle Network, an online platform with over 100,000 members with the mission of having more Asians in mainstream media, higher investment, and corporate ladders!
Join AHN: https://www.asianhustlenetwork.com/
00:16 - Introduction: Bryan Pham02:40 - Did you always imagine AHN would grow this big?03:55 - Bryan's early beginnings studying CS, podcasting in real estate, and starting AHN07:45 - Misconceptions of being a community builder and finding consistency14:00 - How do you decompress from AHN?20:00 - Anti-asian discrimination and violence27:36 - Advice for building communities
Mark Fujiwara: Cultivating a Money Mindset With a Financial Director
Mark is a Director, CPM, and PWA bringing billionaire placement and solutions to 8 figure and 9 figure families and businesses at Baird.
Dave Ramsey Book: https://www.amazon.com/Total-Money-Makeover-Classic-Financial-ebook/dp/B00DNBE8P6
Introduction: Mark Fujiwara - 00:16Mark's early beginnings & background in finance - 02:00What pushed you to dive into the world of finance? - 4:20The importance of starting to invest early - 6:20Traditional aspects of money versus "New" money - 10:20How do you create a money mindset? - 16:48Talking Dave Ramsey & the "Evil" of Money - 22:05Asking "Why" you want to make money - 25:00Lessons When Starting a Business - 27:40Building Your Support System - 35:00Resources to Grow Your Wealth in 2021 - 38:30
Song Atthajaroon: The Basics of Spirituality & Energy with an Intuitive Coach/Spiritual Medium
Song Atthajaroon is an intuitive life coach who guides clients on their spiritual journeys to discover their authentic selves by tapping into their own intuitive abilities and manifesting the life they've always dreamed of. She's also an energy healer and spiritual medium, using these intuitive gifts to provide a sense of peace and calm to those looking for healing or an intuitive reading.
Songbird Journeys Website
00:16 – Introduction: Song Atthajaroon02:55 - Discussing your role as an intuitive life coach, spirit medium, and energy healer05:25 - How did you discover your intuitive abilities?12:15 - How intuitive abilities can be unlocked and different types17:45 - Defining what spirits are and why they exist/remain on Earth23:40 - Comparing religion to spirituality30:00 - Discussing how our vehicle is a body, looking at death as a transitory point, and multiple lives34:15 - Following a traditional career path as a web developer before following your passion38:15 - Facing different energies and why mediumship is harder than it looks45:00 - Song's methodology working with clients and vibrations.52:00 - How does someone start their spiritual journey
Christine Luu: Controlling Anxiety Using Self-Care with a Millennial-Based Therapist
Christine is a therapist providing mental health services for anxious Millennials struggling with life transitions through online therapy. In her free time, she focuses on her side hustle and creative outlet, Tiny Namaste Pottery.
Official Website: www.ChristineLuuTherapy.com
Tiny Namaste Pottery: https://tinynamastepottery.com/
Tiny Namaste Pottery IG: https://www.instagram.com/tinynamastepottery/?hl=en
00:16 – Introduction: Christine Luu03:10 - Discussing early beginnings and deciding to pursue therapy10:15 - Specializing in working with Millenials14:10 - What problems do you generally see when working with patients in your practice? (Overworking and Grief)18:25 - Advice on dealing with anxiety25:55 - Differences working with millenials and de-stigmatizing mental health30:45 - Practicing mindfulness33:30 - Finding your creative outlet40:20 - How to stay (mentally) healthy amidst COVID-19
Informative and Educational Podcast
I’ve been listening to unmuted generations for a while now and I’ve been consistently impressed by the high level of quality that goes into educating those who listen. In each episode, you can tell that Ryan puts in time and dedication to ensuring that his listeners are delivered high quality information and that there is a purpose.
His Hello Friday’s have been short and a great example of this. Love listening to each topic and increasing my scope of knowledge!
Worth a Binge
I have been listening to Ryan and his guests the last couple of days. These episodes are diverse in topics, but all relevant and useful. I get to learn about something new each episode. I can’t wait to hear more!
Great topics, insightful conversation!
I love Ryan's unconventional topics, his conversational style, and the insightful angles that he takes in this podcast. I truly agree that this podcast helps to expand your horizons!