Matt Wilson is the co-founder and CEO of under30experiences, recently ranked on the Forbes 5,000 list. In this episode, Cody and Matt discuss the importance of travel in getting outside of your daily habits, and mindfulness-based practices to calm and reduce stress.
Cody’s podcast with Matt
Corinne Segura is a building biologist who had extreme chemical and mold sensitivities when she first set out to build a chemical-free tiny house. The research and testing of those materials is what sparked the creation of the My Chemical Free House blog.
Corinne and I nerd out on how to avoid chemicals that are making you weak in your home, car, RV, etc.! We want to make sure you stay as healthy as possible and eliminate things that make you weak from your environment.
We talk about some crazy stuff to avoid including:
Amber Sears is an international pilates and yoga teacher, holistic nutritionist, former professional dancer and business coach. I’m a sun worshipping environmentalist, and planet romping entreprenuer,
She runs wellness retreats around the world, has written 800+ articles on Epicself.com, and does online business coaching with a specialty in womens business coaching. Her new podcast Soul Powered is set to launch soon.
I’ve followed Amber since 2008 when she was living in San Francisco and I was in New York. I reached out to her to see if she’d be interested in contributing to our newly launched website under30ceo.com.
Since then, Amber and I have followed parallel paths. She moved down to Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica to open a wellness center, and I took her yoga class somewhere around 2013. She lived in the jungle, like I did, where she escaped the madness of life in the states, and not only worked to build a location independent business but went through an incredible spiritual transformation.
We talk a lot in the episode about her experience hosting ayahuasca retreats, and what type of inner-work you should expect, including mental, emotional, spiritual, and dietary protocols. We also warn people against doing psychedelics for fun and finding a therapeutic setting if you feel called to do embark on this type of inner journey.
Coincidentally, she’s now living in Austin as I am, with her husband J.P. Sears, and we talk about reintegration to “real life” and how to prepare yourself if you are coming back from international travel, a yoga or meditation retreat, or psychedelic experience.
Amber says to be sure to “embody the lessons you are taught.”
You can get all the show notes at http://mattwilson.co