''There is no waste in nature. We invented the idea of waste.'' - Ryland Engelhart
Do you feel hopeless about climate change and the damage we are doing to the planet?
In today’s conversation, Ryland Engelhart shares a proactive approach for how we can shift our behavior to reduce, restore, regenerate and rebuild a healthy ecosystem on the planet.
Ryland is a Co-Owner and Mission Fulfillment Officer of Café Gratitude, and the Co-Founder of Kiss The Ground, a non-profit that inspires and educates the public about the connection between soil, human and planetary health.
He is is an activist, inspirational speaker and life coach, dedicated to culture, love, building community and demonstrating sustainability in business.
Ryland is also the co-creator of an award-winning, transformational documentary film, called “May I Be Frank.”
We chat about all sorts of fun stuff in today’s episode, including why soil is the key to saving the world, the importance of algae in the ocean, and how “Sacred Commerce” can make a difference to your working environment. We also talk about Café Gratitude, Kiss The Ground, investing in your team, and being grateful for what you get. This conversation is high level thinking with practical steps we can all take right now to care for each other and for our planet.
Here’s a quick breakdown of our chat...
''We are the source of love that we’re looking for'' - Ryland Engelhart
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