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Podcast #508: Break Out of Your Cage and Stop Being a Human Zoo Animal

The human body is capable of doing a wide variety of movements, in a variety of environments. But my guest today argues that most modern people only do a few movements each day, commonly find themselves stuck in sterile surroundings, and that these confinements are sapping our physical and psychological health. His name is Erwan Le Corre and he’s the founder of the MovNat physical fitness system and the author of the book The Practice of Natural Movement: Reclaim Power, Health, and Freedom. T...
Tags: Podcast, Fitness, Life, Ernest Hemingway, Desmond Morris, Health & Sports, Brilliant Earth, Instagram Listen, BrilliantEarth, Podcast Sponsors Brilliant Earth, Erwan, Erwan Le Corre, Reclaim Power Health and Freedom Today, Living the T Shaped Life When High School PE


Ronan Bouroullec Discusses Projects Big and Small

When wandering through the dense halls of Salone del Mobile, we found great refuge in Vitra's bright, colorful booth amongst a sea of gray and black walls. This year, Vitra's space was divided into four rooms, each themed around a different personality type. One of the standout pieces was a massive ceramic vase with abstract shapes neatly attached to it, designed by none other than the Bouroullec Brothers, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. The Bouroullecs have been working on quite a bit of projects l...
Tags: Asia, Design, France, Paris, Fine Art, Champs Elysees, Designer Profiles, Vitra, Milan Design Week, Ronan Bouroullec, Vitra Design Museum, Salone del Mobile, Erwan, Bouroullec Brothers Ronan, Vases Découpage, Bouroullec BrothersI


Ronan Bouroullec Discusses Projects Big and Small

When wandering through the dense halls of Salone del Mobile, we found great refuge in Vitra's bright, colorful booth amongst a sea of gray and black walls. This year, Vitra's space was divided into four rooms, each themed around a different personality type. One of the standout pieces was a massive ceramic vase with abstract shapes neatly attached to it, designed by none other than the Bouroullec Brothers, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. The Bouroullecs have been working on quite a bit of projects l...
Tags: Asia, Design, France, Paris, Fine Art, Champs Elysees, Designer Profiles, Vitra, Milan Design Week, Ronan Bouroullec, Vitra Design Museum, Salone del Mobile, Erwan, Bouroullec Brothers Ronan, Vases Découpage, Bouroullec BrothersI


Up All Night with American – Part 1: The Operations Center

I may have flown to Dallas for American’s leadership conference last week, but that was merely an appetizer before the main course. The airline’s comms team set up an event for eight of us in the media to stay up all night with American and learn about different parts of the operation ranging from simulators to the hangar and everything in between. There were several different ways I thought about writing this up, but I’ve decided to just run through it chronologically. Today, I’m startin...
Tags: Travel, La, Sydney, Dallas, Ioc, Ilm, American, Steve, Hyatt, Robert, Wilmington Delaware, Samoa, Beth, Wilmington North Carolina, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, SCOTT MAYEROWITZ