33 episodes

Minority Trip Report ™ (MTR) is a podcast spotlighting stories of personal transformation and under-represented leaders in mental health, psychedelics, and consciousness. Hosted by Raad Seraj.

Minority Trip Report Raad Seraj

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.4 • 7 Ratings

Minority Trip Report ™ (MTR) is a podcast spotlighting stories of personal transformation and under-represented leaders in mental health, psychedelics, and consciousness. Hosted by Raad Seraj.

    S2_E18 Kris Archie: Indigenous Perspectives, Psychedelics, and Social Change

    S2_E18 Kris Archie: Indigenous Perspectives, Psychedelics, and Social Change

    Send us a Text Message.Today's episode is with Kris Archie, the Chief Executive Officer of the Circle on Philanthropy, and an engaged community member. Kris shares her unique perspectives on leadership, the importance of relationships, and the transformative power of psychedelics. Tune in as they discuss Kris's journey, her work in philanthropy, and her insights into creating meaningful change within communities.Episode Highlights:Understanding Indigenous Leadership: Kris Archie delves into h...

    • 49 min
    S2_E17 Cesar Marin: Reinventing Life at 54, Embracing Psychedelics, and Cultivating Wisdom

    S2_E17 Cesar Marin: Reinventing Life at 54, Embracing Psychedelics, and Cultivating Wisdom

    Send us a Text Message.Today's episode is with Cesar Marin, a dynamic entrepreneur, former CNN producer, and the visionary behind Cultivating Wisdom. Cesar shares his transformative journey into the world of psychedelics, specifically microdosing, and how it has transformed his life and career. At 54, after being let go from CNN, Cesar embarked on a path of personal growth and enlightenment that reshaped his relationships, his sense of self, and his mission to inspire others, particularly in ...

    • 52 min
    S2_16 Stephanie Wang: From Wall Street to Wellness, Unveiling Kanna's Power, and Pioneering Ethical Business

    S2_16 Stephanie Wang: From Wall Street to Wellness, Unveiling Kanna's Power, and Pioneering Ethical Business

    Send us a Text Message.Today's episode is with Stephanie Wang, the founder and CEO of KA! Empathogenics. Stephanie delves into her journey from a high-stress Wall Street career to embracing plant-based empathogenic supplements, focusing on Kanna, a heart-opening succulent from South Africa. She shares her personal and professional transformations, illustrating how Kanna can enhance everyday resilience and connection.Episode Highlights:Diverse Career Journey: Stephanie discusses her shift from...

    • 52 min
    S2_15 Henry Winslow: Fatherhood, Transference, and Entrepreneurship

    S2_15 Henry Winslow: Fatherhood, Transference, and Entrepreneurship

    Send us a Text Message.Today's guest is Henry Winslow, founder of Tricycle Day, whose journey from the halls of Harvard to the world of psychedelic advocacy epitomizes the search for deeper meaning. Delving into his transition from a high-flying advertising career to embracing the nomadic life of a yoga teacher, this episode reveals the intersections of entrepreneurship, personal healing, and the profound impact of psychedelics on human consciousness.Key insights from the episode includ...

    • 57 min
    S2_14 Danish Anwar: Comedy as a Mirror, Unconventional Paths, and the Psychedelic Perspective

    S2_14 Danish Anwar: Comedy as a Mirror, Unconventional Paths, and the Psychedelic Perspective

    Send us a Text Message.Today's episode is with Danish Anwar who shares profound insights into his life as a comedian, his creative process, and the unconventional wisdom he's garnered through his experiences with psychedelics. Through a mix of humor, personal anecdotes, and thought-provoking observations, Anwar and host Raad Seraj engage in a deep dive into the interplay between comedy, creativity, and consciousness expansion. This episode not only entertains but also enlightens, offering lis...

    • 55 min
    S2_13 Joseph Zamaria: Biracial Identities, Limits of Conventional Psychiatry, and Psychedelics to Treat Racial Trauma

    S2_13 Joseph Zamaria: Biracial Identities, Limits of Conventional Psychiatry, and Psychedelics to Treat Racial Trauma

    Send us a Text Message.Today's guest is Dr. Joseph Zamaria, a licensed and board-certified clinical psychologist, associate clinical professor at the UCSF School of Medicine, and a fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology.Joe shares his unique perspective as a psychonaut, a person of color, and a practicing clinician, and how these three streams of thinking inform his approach to life and purpose.Key Insights:Joe's work in clinical trials explores the potential of psychedelic-ass...

    • 56 min

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interesting takes

refreshing takes at the intersection of tech, psychedelics, and life. excited for future episodes!

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Best New Psychedelics Podcast—Must Listen!

A total standout in an ever more crowded field of podcasts about psychedelics, with an extraordinary voice bringing overlooked perpsectives and incredible insights. Amidst a glut of business talk and a surfeit of woo, this feels like it’s been far too long in coming! Honest, authentic, yet totally different. Looking forward to more exciting conversations.

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