The Hempy Hour Podcast by the Hemp Sisters
The Hempy Hour Podcast by the Hemp Sisters
Potency No. 710 is setting the "Gold Standard" in skin care. Their signature Gold Serum is a transformative experience in skin health. You read that right.....skin health! When you get to know hemp the conversation rightfully changes from high to health. Potency No. 710 continues to leave striking visual cues from their users who enthusiastically share their life changing, 'hempsational' experiences along the way. Come learn about your largest organ under the guide of a 20+ year veteran in skin care therapies and what she has created to evolve standard skin care to skin health.
Robert has written and extensively spoke about a somewhat understated yet key critical component to success, how asking better questions, gets better answers to make more informed decisions. Sounds simple right?? Fact is, we spend a whole lotta time providing answers to the wrong questions! Get to know Robert NOW (guarantee a TED talk is not to far off in the future) Robert artfully and masterfully elevates "dry" content subject matter, making it not only relatable but engaging, motivational and interesting, keeping eyes open and ears peeled.
A deeper dive on what turned out to be this months core topic .....vulnerability. Carl gave us some real context on what can happen when the business culture embraces vulnerability, using it to positively shape the workplace and individuals within.
The Hempy Hour, in appreciation of National Mental Health Awareness Month, has dedicated May's podcasts to introducing and having discussions with professionals within Mental Health Care Services. Our conversation with Shara was one of inspiration. Her journey is one of building resilience through changing the narrative, facing fears and practicing self compassion. In her words, "Vulnerability is Power".
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which made our sit down with John Clayton an exploration of personal growth, mental health and MindBody healing. Tonight on the Hempy Hour, John talks with us about creating a culture of excellence, stretching its definition throughout society, ultimately building and strengthening personal and professional relationships.
Join in with the Hemp Sisters over at Hemp Sisters Nation while we sit down with our dear friend and Nationally Accredited Respiratory Practitioner; Christi Chapman. Christi's story follows a line of determination showing that love, care and purpose are powerful forces when applied in your profession. Her life experiences paint a clear picture of what it means to be resilient and to allow yourself growth.
Mark's is dedicated to helping you get your message to the world! He is a lover of words and passionate about helping individuals, groups and organizations find their voice and express it either through a skillful stroke of a pen, depression of the key, breathing life into a phrase, a song, a blog, ad, video, movie, etc...
Writer's take note- Writing course coming soon for the later stages of penning your works.
Getting your own theme song is pretty cool; getting it from Marky B is an adventure!
A high energy band to bring you up not down with the DUB-FUNK sound. MANIC SOUND EXPULSION 1st record comes together with Mz Sadie and The KingZiLLa bringing styles together past and present to open your mind to the love experience. Beware love is contagious....
With regards to legal cannabis, social media giants like FB are clear- traditional channels are shut off in advertising, promotional activities and content that has any context regarding health and wellness.
Further, restrictions extend into a companies ability to reach not only your organic followers, but funnel and engage with new ones. Admins on our FB group, primarily Mama Epps continuously land in "FB jail", and had our business pages suspended for violating community guidelines over conversations, no sale solicitation....just showing and talking about a plant....
There is no easy way to say this...this episode was emotionally brutal for both of us. We had initially wanted to discuss how events of the past year have pushed us both personally and professionally and how we have been coping with so much change.
That came to a screeching halt as we quickly found ourselves in the crosshairs of events from nearly two decades ago that had once halted life as we knew it. Today we are talking about heroin addiction and attempted suicide for the first time together and the fatal heroin overdose that took Andy, Gina's brother from us.
Ahh..the duality of the cannabis plant. While we are making progress, high THC varieties of cannabis continue to unjustly make medical and recreational users criminals of "victimless crimes". But have you ever heard of someone losing their career for talking about legal industrial hemp for food, textiles, hemp oil soap even? Is this where we are today in education? We certainly were there 8 years ago and Mama Epps has something to say about that.