The Switch4Good Podcast

Use Less, Live More with Shia Su

Jun 9, 2021

Watch Episode 129 with Shia Su:

How can two people cohabitate in a 320-square foot studio apartment and only produce one mason jar’s worth of trash each year? Shia Su is here to explain because she’s done it. Author behind the blog Wasteland Rebel and new book “Zero Waste,” Shia is all about “turtle speed power” and taking micro-steps toward living with a little less trash in our daily lives. She’s creative, fun, and personable—an absolute delight to have on the show. Shia makes conscious living fun. Even if zero-waste isn’t your jam, you’ll get a kick out of what Shia has to say. Her gregarious personality is infectious and you might just find yourself buying package-less soap after this episode!

 

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From Prison Rags to Plant Based Riches with David Israel

From Prison Rags to Plant Based Riches with David Israel

Okay, today’s guest has an incredibly compelling story. He’s someone who truly knows how to turn adversity into opportunity. Uber-successful serial entrepreneur, David Israel, has owned, among other things, a nightclub, a jewelry store, a chain of upscale pawnshops, and a maintenance company. But what’s most interesting, is that in 2011, while enduring the most personally challenging period in his life, he founded POP! Gourmet Foods, taking the snack industry by storm and forming partnerships with globally recognized retailers, nationally and internationally.

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