Today’s podcast is about the laboring of life. The really efficient laborer may not be found boggled by work load but rather surrounded by a halo of ease and leisure, according to Thoreau.
How do we choose labors of love and do them with integrity to be healthier and happier?
We’ll talk with Martin Nathan Nemko, an American career coach, author, columnist, and public radio host specializing in career/workplace issues and education reform.
We’ll also chat with Dr. Michael A. Smith, Senior Health Scientist for Life Extension, on the truth behind fat storage in the body and how alternative supplements can help burn those fats.
Lastly, for our Third Eye perspective into the question this week we’ll wrap it up by talking with Rob Orchard, Director of the Slow Journalism Company.
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Be sure to watch our video when we take our question of the week out to the streets!
Also you can watch our interview with Dr. Michael A. Smith, Senior Health Scientist for Life Extension
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