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Don't overthink it. There is no brief, no agenda, just good conversations with interesting humans. We'll probably talk about relationships, food, spirituality, love, brand, fitness, dogs, entrepreneurship, living your best life, and other stuff we like, but we might not.
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Gilad Jacobs is the son of, Dr. Laura F. Jacobs, MD, PhD, who is the founder of Normatec Industries, a company that specializes in compression and recovery technology. Jacobs, a physician bioengineer, started the company in 2004 with the goal of helping people improve their lives by increasing blood flow and circulation. She originally created Norm…
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If you haven't heard of Mid-Day Squares yet, you will as this family-run start up out of Montreal is sweeping across Canada and the USA. In 2018, Jake Karls co-founded Mid-Day Squares with his sister, Lezlie Karls, and her husband, Nick Saltarelli. The trio wanted to create a modern chocolate bar, replacing the unhealthy sugar snacks that litter th…
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In 2008, while Jason was in Special Forces and Emily his wife was in the CIA, they started GORUCK out of her house in war-torn West Africa. The goal was pretty simple: build a rucksack with life or death quality standards that would thrive in Baghdad and NYC, not to mention Côte d’Ivoire — and show people of all walks of life how to operate smartly…
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Research has shown that the number one predictor of one’s health and happiness isn’t diet, exercise, or wealth: it’s the quality of one’s relationships. Ours is a modern day relationship wellness company, trusted by thousands of couples. Host Jon Bier talks all things relationships, therapy and wellness and other important matters with Ours CEO, Je…
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Matteo Franceschetti is the Co-Founder and CEO of Eight Sleep, the sleep fitness company. Eight Sleep developed a proprietary technology which is redesigning sleep by developing cutting-edge AI and machine learning models to track bio signals during the night and optimizing body recovery and rest while asleep. The end goal of the Pod is to compress…
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Jake Muise, Maui Nui CEO & FOUNDER Jake was born and raised in Northern Canada. Adventurous and inquisitive, he followed his gut to Hawaiʻi for college as a D1 athlete. During his years at Mānoa, he was taken in by a Molokaʻi family which was where his relationship with Axis deer began—over holidays and summer breaks, alongside multi-generational s…
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Ken Rideout is a guy who has risen above what most people who see as insurmountable obstacles to become one of the world’s pre-eminent athletes. Now 51, he leaves his (often younger) running competitors in the dust—and is only beginning to hit his stride. Ken's life hasn't been easy. In his early years he had a rough childhood, a battle with addict…
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Dan Freed who struggled with focus, had behavior issues and was failing all his classes in school figured out that his brain was differently from his sister. She did all of her homework and everything seemed to come easy. Flash forward to today and it's no wonder that she became a triple board certified physician. Freed grew up in Los Angeles, work…
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When Jon Bier brought on Heather Morris as the president of Jack Taylor he knew two things: First, that she didn't have C-suite experience. But he felt instinctively that Heather had all of the qualities he was looking for in a trusted business partner to help grow the business. Jon's intuition was right and now he is in LA and Heather is in NYC. T…
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In this episode of One Day with Jon Bier, Jon sits with WHOOP founder Will Ahmed to discuss relationships, gratitude, and his road to innovation in the wellness space. Will highlights WHOOP's unique positioning in the wearable tech market, appealing to elite athletes and everyday health enthusiasts alike. He candidly shares challenges he’s faced in…
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In this episode of One Day with Jon Bier, Jon sits with his wife Kimberly to share the influence of their relationship on their personal and professional development. Jon and Kimberly discuss how nurturing a conscious relationship contributes to their shared success, despite having certain opposing lifestyle choices. They also give their thoughts o…
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In this episode of One Day with Jon Bier, Jon sits with Ryan Duey, the trailblazing co-founder and co-CEO of Plunge, a pioneering company in the realm of ice bathing and cold plunging. Listen in as Ryan breaks down the unprecedented success of Plunge, which made $80 million in revenue in just three years, in an industry that barely existed a few ye…
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In this episode of One Day with Jon Bier, Jon sits with Bjoern Woltermann, the developer of Katalyst, a groundbreaking electro-muscle stimulation technology that adapts to your individual body, goals, and fitness level, revealing your hidden strengths. Listen in as Bjoern shares how his personal experience with back pain became the spark that led t…
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Get ready to discover your potential and harness the power of your mind through a captivating conversation on neurofeedback and mediation with Paola Telfer, the creator of Sens.Ai. As we traverse the pulsating energy of LA, immerse yourself in the world of wellness trends and heart-brain coherence that the city is renowned for. We'll peel back the …
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In this episode of One Day with Jon Bier, Jon sits with Ryan Bartlett to discuss how he found enormous success in the menswear industry after investing just $3000 to start his business. Jon and Ryan also explore the potential of AI in reshaping the business world, including the implications of AI lawyers. True to the spirit of innovation, Ryan diss…
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In this episode of One Day with Jon Bier, Jon sits with Dr. Craig Koniver to discuss the ever-evolving landscape surrounding COVID-19, vaccines, and viruses. Dr. Koniver discusses the potential benefits of IV therapy, shedding light on the benefits of having a drip of curcumin, lactoferrin, and olive leaf extract. He also challenges the all-too-com…
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In this episode of One Day with Jon Bier, Jon sits with Joshy G to discuss everything from comic books and collectibles to functional fitness and pro wrestling. Jon and Joshy dive into the world of kayfabe and the challenges the internet age has imposed on maintaining the illusion that pro wrestling isn’t staged. They also discuss how some celebrit…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Dr. Florence Comite to discover the incredible potential of precision medicine in transforming our health and extending our life expectancy, all while maintaining top-notch quality of life. Listen in as Dr. Comite does a deep dive into the world of epigenetics, exploring how our genes and lif…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Colleen Cutcliffe to break down the complexities of microbiome science. Listen in as Colleen highlights the importance of replenishing and maintaining a thriving gut microbiome in a modern society that overlooks its role as a cornerstone of health and wellness. She discusses the importance of…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Akin Akman to discover what it takes to build a borderless community of athletes. Listen in as Akin shares the mindset that drove him to become a professional athlete beginning at the age of seven and continues to influence his approach to coaching today. He explains how AARMY was able to suc…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Noosheen Hashemi who explains how the January AI app provides personalized and precise action steps to help its users take charge of their own health. Listen in as Noosheen shares how the necessity of eating a diverse, seasonal diet kept our ancestors healthy and resilient, her thoughts on fo…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Dr. Gil Blander who explains how InsideTracker has been the one of the leading players in the healthcare revolution, in which we’re seeing a dramatic shift from reactive and generic healthcare to personalized and proactive healthcare. Listen in as Dr. Blander shares how his fascination with t…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Joseph Sheehey about shifting the narrative around the cannabis industry and becoming a pioneer in the future of supplements. The right type of CBD can be a life-changer for the right person. Listen in as Joseph reflects on his journey from being a NASA engineer to the founder of a CBD brand,…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Saad Alam about the dangerous effects of hormonal imbalances and low testosterone in men, its epigenetic implications, and how to address this relatively modern phenomenon. Saad does a deep dive into the testosterone crisis that inspired him to establish his company, Hone Health, explaining w…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Mary Shenouda about her approach to crafting personalized, proactive healthcare for world-class performers. The first couple decades of Mary’s wellness journey is defined by nonstop pain and sickness, and doctors telling her that what she was going through was all in her head. After finally d…
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Jeff Byers about his professional football career and his transition into the health and wellness space. As the owner of the highly-acclaimed company Momentous, Jeff does a deep dive into human optimization and performance, with a focus on cutting through the often confusing maze that is the …
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In this episode of One day with Jon Bier, Jon talks with Andrew Herr about overcoming addiction, making healthy habits enjoyable (and therefore sustainable), and optimizing your body for the long haul. In this multifaceted discussion, Andrew covers not only the practical side of taking control of your health and wellness but also the internal work …
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In this episode of One Day we talk about: The early stages of Judy’s career working for a law firm and her experience in law school The ups and downs of the real estate market Judy’s experience working at Blackstone Real Estate and the work culture there Why Judy decided to take the leap and try something new with her career Judy’s role as Chief Op…
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In this episode of One Day we talk about: Why monitoring glucose and being mindful of nutrients is important; Processed foods overload the body and don’t let the body function the way it is supposed to; Casey shares that 93.2% of Americans are metabolic unhealthy and 50% of American adults have been diagnosed with blood sugar problems; By keeping b…
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In this episode of One Day we talk about: Jacob’s background and how the fact that he saw things in a non-conformist way inspired him to create businesses that tried to solve problems; Food distribution problems - a great percentage of the freshness from vegetables is lost on the way from the farm to the grocery store; Growing our food could be the…
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In this episode of One Day we talk about: The importance of breathing slowly to help our airways stay hydrated and function at their best; The impact of Sars-CoV-2 on the organism and the differences between being exposed to COVID vs. being infected with the virus; Long-term benefits of combining exercising and breathing the right way; why some act…
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In this episode of One Day we talk about: -The biggest differences (advantages and disadvantages) between being an entrepreneur and working for a big company; -Cameron talks about his main responsibilities at his job and how is to work for a global corporation such as Google; -Cameron and Jon discuss law practice since they met while working for th…
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Welcome to another brand new episode of One Day with Jon Bier. Today, Jon welcomes David Latimer to talk all things business, overcoming business obstacles, professional and personal projects, and the world of architecture. David shares the early stages of his brand, how he was able to expand it in unimaginable ways, and how 2020 was fundamental fo…
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In this episode of One Day, Jon welcomes Christy Plott. Christy is the Creative Director and Partner of American Tanning & Leather and today she shares a lot about her work, the details and behind-the-scenes of the alligator/crocodile leather industry, and why this is such an interesting but, at the same time, controversial area of expertise. Above…
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In this episode of One Day, Jon welcomes Ralek Gracie to talk all things jiu jitsu, martial arts, being competitive, and everything related to living your best life. Ralek talks about the creation of Metamoris, a jiu jitsu organization founded by him and home of several events involving many of the best BJJ players and martial artists in the world.…
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In this episode of One Day, Jon interviews Professor David Hollander to talk about basketball (and a few other things). Professor David talks about the many metaphors that can exist between the sport and other super important areas of life like science and history and how the same principles taught in sociology and philosophy can be applied into ba…
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In this episode of One Day, Jon welcomes Ariel Helwani to talk about a lot of things. Ariel shares his work and routine, how he splits up his week and what he does to relax. One of the main topics of the episode is the importance of detaching a little bit from social media and the online world to be present, enjoy the moment, and hang out with real…
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In this episode of One Day, Jon welcomes Arie Kouandjio to discuss all things football, coaches, and how people can be an inspiration for us in all areas of life. Arie shares that he was very lucky from a young age to have a coach that guided him, pointed him in the right direction, and helped him get prepared not only for the challenges of footbal…
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So, what’s the deal with the car industry? Jon has some personal opinions on it, especially regarding Ford’s new edition of the classic Bronco. Cool brands usually come up with cool solutions for their problems but sending lots and lots of marketing products to our houses while they put us on hold for something is the opposite of cool, or is it? Gi…
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In this episode of One Day, Jon brings to you a conversation with Scarlett Leung, who is the co-founder and CEO of Sugarbreak. Sugarbreak has the mission to bring awareness to our health, provide different solutions for sugar and sugary foods, and help, in some way, the alarming numbers of obesity and diabetes that have been increasing over the las…
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This episode of One Day is immensely special. Today, I welcome Founder and CEO of Solluna, multiple-time best-selling author, and my incredibly insightful wife, Kimberly Snyder, to talk about her new book, You Are More Than You Think You Are: Practical Enlightenment for Everyday Life. Kimberly has spent years studying all kinds of spiritual scriptu…
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Jason Harris is a speaker and best-selling author. He is the co-founder and CEO of the independent ad agency, Mekanism and the founder of Creative Alliance. Jason is an awesome dude. I connected with him within ten minutes after meeting him and I loved having him on the podcast. We hadn’t had a drink in a while and shared some whiskey for this conv…
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Matt Lombardi is a former professional hockey player and co-founder/owner of beam, a CBD forward holistic wellness brand. We go into the market for CBD, the ups and downs of CrossFit, the entrepreneurial space, and how Matt started his company with no previous experience. Matt has a great story and this was a fantastic conversation In this episode …
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Johnny Cakes is back with Lauren Gravatt, who by the way is the very person that gave me the name. She was my Crossfit coach for about three years and I’m super happy to have her on the show. We go into the lead up of how she went from retired professional athlete to coming back and taking second place in the games when she wasn’t even planning it.…
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Rabbi Peretz is a cool, wild, funky guy who’s fun and doesn’t judge others. He’s just a guy who’s conscious, religious, and Jewish in the modern sense. We go into a lot and this was one of my favorite conversations I’ve had so enjoy. In this episode of One Day: Speaking the entrepreneur language Talking about the Rabbi thing Modern Religion and Spi…
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Nikki is a death doula, which sounds like something that could be guarding Azkaban but being a death doula is a calling and she has an incredible story. I’m in awe of her mission in life and this conversation is heavy, beautiful, fun, and funny. Give this one a listen and let me know what you think! In this episode of One Day: Unemployable entrepre…
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The first returning guest is here again. My radiant wife Kimberly and I are recording for the first time from our new farm in Hawaii. This is just like any other tangential conversation that might open a hundred loops and close nine of them. But this time, it’s recorded. Some of the things we discuss are our experiences in an intentional relationsh…
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Today’s unbelievable guest is someone I’ve had the privilege of knowing for a long time, Ariel Helwani. Ariel is obsessive in the best possible way and is an example of success in every sense of the word. He has been a key piece in the fabric of MMA, as a broadcaster and journalist. In this episode, we’re talking about his decision to move from ESP…
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The most important guest the show will ever have is back. Founder and CEO of Solluna, multiple-time best-selling author, and my lovely wife, Kimberly Synder. This particular podcast goes into what leads people to a plant-based diet, the need for judgment, loving ourselves to love others, and why stress reduction is a top priority. In this episode o…
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Brendan Brazier is a former professional Ironman triathlete and two-time Canadian 50km Ultra Marathon champion. Brendan strives to fix our food system through investing in and working with socially responsible food and tech companies. After 14 years of no alcohol, he co-founded Pulp Culture, a hard-pressed juice brand creating nutrient-dense alcoho…
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