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The thinkspace podcast is a home for the passionately curious, where you’ll hear deliberate conversations with weekly guests that spark your creativity and bring real value to the table. Listen for actionable and inspiring conversations that can propel you forward. Hosted by Joss Biggins and produced by Self Hired in Vancouver, Canada

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The thinkspace podcast is a home for the passionately curious, where you’ll hear deliberate conversations with weekly guests that spark your creativity and bring real value to the table. Listen for actionable and inspiring conversations that can propel you forward. Hosted by Joss Biggins and produced by Self Hired in Vancouver, Canada

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    For more, head to www.thinkspacepodcast.com


    Thank you for listening! We’d love to hear what you think. We invite you to join the podcast conversation in our communities on Facebook, Instagram, or Podyssey. Be sure to subscribe to thinkspace on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.


     


    If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a review on iTunes/Apple Podcasts! Your review helps us reach more people and create more impact in the community.


     


    Connect with Joss Biggins and Thinkspace


    @jossbiggins on Instagram


    @thinkspacepodcast on Instagram

    • 27 min
    Everett Bumstead On Tree-Planting & The Hero’s Journey

    Everett Bumstead On Tree-Planting & The Hero’s Journey

    How do you plant one million trees? A lifelong adventurer and one of our own, Everett Bumstead has dedicated a majority of his life to planting trees along the outer regions of Canada. With a passion for filmmaking that stemmed from his early years, Everett walks us through his journey of filming budget rap videos for his buddies to directing One Million Trees for CBC and Self Hired, now available everywhere. 


     


    Substance:


    What is tree planting?

    An inside perspective on what it’s like to plant trees for a living

    How rural living transcends your life

    How to form genuine human connections

    The different archetypes within tree planting

    A sense of fulfilment you can find from planting trees







    For full show notes, references, further reflections on this episode head to our website at www.thinkspacepodcast.com/everrett-bumstead


    Thank you for listening! We’d love to hear what you think. We invite you to join the podcast conversation in our communities on Facebook, Instagram, or Podyssey. Be sure to subscribe to thinkspace on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a review on iTunes/Apple Podcasts here. Your review helps us reach more people and create more impact in the community. https://thinkspacepodcast.com/everett-bumstead/


    Connect with Everett Bumstead and One Million Trees


    @whateverett.takes on Instagram


    @one.million.trees on Instagram


    Watch One Million Trees on CBC Gem

    • 1 hr
    Who is DREW GREEN? Inside the Mind of Perennial Entrepreneur and CEO of INDOCHINO

    Who is DREW GREEN? Inside the Mind of Perennial Entrepreneur and CEO of INDOCHINO

    One of Canada’s most prolific entrepreneurs, Drew has been an executive and chairman across multiple businesses, one of his greatest feats perhaps is building Indochino. If you’ve heard of it, then you most definitely have ordered a suit or two from it. Tuning in from Indochino HQ, we’re here today with the CEO Drew Green to discuss all things under the smoky haze of the Vancouver sky. Drew opens up about his philosophy as an entrepreneur, father, and contributing member of society. Find out how he turned Indochino from a niche brand into a global phenom, the moments he’s been most proud of in his career, and how he structures his day to day life by striving to inspire. This is a must listen to interview.


     


    In this episode you'll hear: 


    Drew’s philosophical take on leading an inspired life

    What it looks like to successfully prioritize your happiness 

    On keeping track of his daily goals through a 25-year-old spreadsheet 

    A Snippet on building Indochino into a global brand


     


    For full show notes, references, further reflections on this episode head to our website at www.thinkspacepodcast.com/drew-green


     


    Thank you for listening! We’d love to hear what you think. We invite you to join the podcast conversation in our communities on Facebook, Instagram, or Podyssey. Be sure to subscribe to thinkspace on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a review on iTunes/Apple Podcasts here. Your review helps us reach more people and create more impact in the community. 


     


    Connect with DREW GREEN


    Drew Green on LinkedIn
    @thedrewgreen on Instagram


    @drew_green on Twitter


    Indochino


    @indochino on instagram



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    • 54 min
    MAX RIVEST Co-Founder of WIZE Thinks You’re Drinking Coffee Wrong.

    MAX RIVEST Co-Founder of WIZE Thinks You’re Drinking Coffee Wrong.

    From overdosing on coffee to practicing a vegan keto diet, Max Rivest could tell you a thing or two about breaking bad habits. Tune in to this week’s episode to understand how his unhealthy relationship with coffee caused serious health issues that led him to trade in coffee beans for coffee tea leaves. Find out how he founded Wize Coffee Leaf drinks by utilizing a simple ingredient to solve a personal, social, and economic problem.  


     


    Substance


    The adventures, journey, and hustle behind creating Wize Coffee Leaf.

    The consequences of overdosing on caffeine 

    Understanding the business from the creation process, to retail, to wholesale 

    Controversies and misconceptions around the addiction to coffee 

    Discussing the effects of dopamine depletion and decision making 

    How you can break a habit and what it looks like to overcome it 


     


    For full show notes, references, further reflections on this episode head to our website at www.thinkspacepodcast.com/max-rivest


     


    Why ride a rollercoaster when you can float on a cloud? Recalibrate your caffeine addiction with Wize's refreshing and delicious iced tea with only 1g of sugar and 10 calories. Wize up and get 10% off at drinkwize.com/wizeup


     


    Connect with Max Rivest & WIZE Coffee Leaf


    https://drinkwize.com/


    @wizeceo on Instagram


    @drinkwize on Instagram 


    Wize Coffee Leaf on Amazon 


     

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Mastering your Two Greatest Resources: Time and Attention with Steve Rio

    Mastering your Two Greatest Resources: Time and Attention with Steve Rio

    You may remember Steve Rio from episode 35, the longest episode ever recorded on the podcast. His calm and charismatic nature just makes him one of those people you can have endless conversations with. In this episode, Joss meets Steve at his guest home on Bowen Island for a post-hike and post-cedarwood sauna conversation. Tune in to our first podcast off Zoom, where Steve Rio tells you as it is, with meaningful insights on why we should orient our decisions by listening to our body, what crippling technology habits are actually doing to us, and everything else in between. 


     


    Substance: 


    The role technology plays in rewiring our sense of time, place, and mental space 

    What does success look like at the end of the day 

    Using your body is a resource, over your mind

    Discussing the effects of dopamine depletion and decision making 

    BLM movement and the social space

    Introducing “Nature of Work”, a fundamental tool for cultivating daily habits 


     


    For full show notes, references, further reflections on this episode head to our website at www.thinkspacepodcast.com/steve-rio-episode-76


     


    USE CODE Thinkspace10 for 10% off your Nature of Work Foundations program at https://natureofwork.co 


     


    Connect with STEVE RIO


    @steverio


    @natureofwork.co


    Steve Rio on LinkedIn


     


    connect with the thinkspace podcast


    @jossbiggins


    @thinkspacepodcast


    https://www.thinkspacepodcast.com


    https://www.selfhired.com

    • 1 hr 32 min
    How to Live a Biologically Appropriate Life with KALE BROCK

    How to Live a Biologically Appropriate Life with KALE BROCK

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    What if politicians had excellent microbiomes? Would they make better decisions? What do our microbiomes have to do with the way we think, behave, and navigate through life? Kale Brock has some answers for us in this week’s episode. Tune in for a diverse conversation about understanding healthy living on a molecular level from someone who has taken their own fitness journey to the next level and has produced two films (The Gut Film and The Longevity Film) to bring his wealth of knowledge to the public sphere.  Kale Brock is in the pursuit of investigating why people in the Blue Zones live longer, why or why we don’t feel 10/10 on a daily basis, and what it means to live in a biologically appropriate way. Hit play and don’t miss out on this incredible conversation. 







    Substance:


    Kale Brock’s journey into higher-level healthy living 

    What does it mean to live in a biologically appropriate way?

    The making of The Gut Film and The Longevity Film

    Understanding microbiomes and how it links to our health, mental health and the way we live 

    Why people in the Blue Zones live longer 


     


    For full show notes, references, further reflections on this episode head to our website at www.thinkspacepodcast.com/kale-brock


    Thank you for listening! We’d love to hear what you think. We invite you to join the podcast conversation in our communities on Facebook, Instagram, or Podyssey. Be sure to subscribe to thinkspace on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a review on iTunes/Apple Podcasts here. Your review helps us reach more people and create more impact in the community. https://thinkspacepodcast.com/episodes/kale-brock/


     


    Connect with KALE BROCK


    www.kalebrock.com.au


    @kalesbroccoli on Twitter


    @kalesbroccoli on Instagram


    Kale Brock on IMDB


    Kale Brock on LinkedIn

    • 1 hr 14 min

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