Jeremy Hendon is passionate about human connection and I enjoyed having this multi-faceted conversation with him. He is open about the difficulties in life that led him to help others become healthy while developing deeper relationships with them. He’s honest about the self-imposed barriers that we face when putting ourselves out in front of others.
During this conversation, you will learn about:
- how I’ve embarrassed myself with both Jeremy and his wife
- Jeremy’s path as an entrepreneur, including his first company
- how Jeremy went from being a self-described “fat kid” to focussing on health
- the self-imposed barriers many of us hit when trying to connect with others
- how I foolishly traded a ’68 Caddy for a Nintendo when I was a kid
- the two, simple components to good health
- my sophomoric description of resistant starch
- being open and genuine in environments where that’s difficult
- valuing your own skills and using them to help others
- our mutual hate of poor customer service and how that’s turned us against certain companies
- what an intrapreneur is and why they’re important
- Jeremy’s main site – http://jeremyhendon.com
- Dandapani – http://www.dandapani.org
- Philip McKernan – http://philipmckernan.com
- Jayson Gaignard – http://oznog.com/dtrh005
Jeremy Hendon and his wife own and run several magazines, including Paleo Living, Louise’s Foods and Healthy Recipes. They believe in treating the cause of an illness rather than medicating the symptoms and in helping others take control of their own health. More than that, though, Jeremy’s passion is on human connection and authentic relationships.
These podcasts are only the beginning, hopefully leading to deeper conversations. In that vein, I’m going to try something new. I’m creating a group where I can post unreleased resources, share unique opportunities and interact with you on a more personal level. The key to me is interaction. To give us a way to learn from each other.
So – if this sounds fun to you, join our growing community.
Oh – and before this starts to sound like some slick sales shit – this is all free. All you need to bring is your time and attention.