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jumbleThink tells the stories of dreamers, makers, innovators, and influencers who are impacting culture and changing the world around them. We interview leading actors, entrepreneurs, authors, athletes, and taught leaders to hear their stories of chasing big dreams. Along the way, we share tips on how you can turn your own dreams into reality too. Our host, Michael Woodward, has worked with hundreds of businesses to help them refine their ideas and create their big dream.

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Recreating Your Life in Business with Kirat Anand
In life it is easy to get locked into a routine and buy into the 'status quo', but what happens when you choose to move past the chosen path and into the unknown. Kirat Anand has lived that journey. He left a job that many would die to have to create a new path in the world of fashion. He has run the whole cycle of this startup from foundation, to growth, to exit through the sale of his business. Now he is on another new journey to start something new. In today's episode,​ we dive into the journey of the unknown path and recreating his life through the businesses he creates.Kirat on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kiratsanandAbout Kirat AnandKirat Anand is the founder and CEO of KAS New York, a B2B lifestyle womenswear brand, prior to selling the business he led a team of 200+ employees, coordinating multiple offices in different countries, and oversaw various departments which included – GTM strategy, customer acquisition, product innovation + design, digital marketing, business development, supply chain management, logistics, and finance. He is currently serving as a board or council member for: NYU Leonard Stern School of Business’s Fashion & Luxury MBA Council, Virgin Innovation Lab, Stern Venture Fellows, W. R. Berkley Innovation Labs, NUMA New York, and Marici – Take Her Back. Prior to being an entrepreneur, he was an investment banker at JPMorgan in the leveraged finance group focused in technology, media, and telecom. Kirat graduated cum laude from NYU Leonard Stern School of Business with a double major in finance and information systems, where he was a walk-on for the university baseball team.
The Business of Local Food with Brandon Youst
Many people dream of one day having their own farm. But how do you go from no farm to home farm to commercial farm? Brandon Youst set out to answer that question for himself and is now helping others find their own path to building their farm. In today's episode, Brandon shares his story of moving from the world of finance and into building his own farm. Then he shares how others can do it too.LinksUrban Farm Academy: https://urbanfarmacademy.comCraven Local Food Market: https://cravenlocalfoodmarket.comBootstrap Farming: https://www.bootstrapfarmer.comAbout Brandon YoustBrandon Youst is an entrepreneur and founder of Craven Local Food Market, Bootstrap Farmer and the Urban Farm Academy. He is also the author of the book, The Bootstrap Farmer Guide to Farming the Future, which discusses the process of recreating your life by getting into food and agriculture.Since leaving corporate finance 4 years ago, Brandon's mission has been to localize the national food supply through the proliferation of hyperlocal business models, and has been doing this through the Craven Local Food Market, a meal subscription service where Brandon and his team grow, harvest, cook and deliver fully prepared meals to a local client base on a weekly basis.This business model, among others, is​ featured in the Urban Farm Academy, which is an online platform teaching hyperlocal business model frameworks and workforce development for people looking to create within local food and agriculture.
Finding Your Fashion Branding with Elizabeth Lewis
Many people believe that you should find the 'one' thing you are meant to do. But what happens when you marry two ideas or dreams to make one new one? That is what Elizabeth Lewis has done with her company Brand, Style & Bloom! She is taking her passion for fashion and branding and turning it into something new. Elizabeth Lewis is the Founder and CEO of Brand, Style & Bloom! by Elizabeth Danielle. Through personal branding and personal styling, she helps people to reveal the best versions of themselves to reach their goals in life. She was raised in Atlanta, GA and has always had a passion for fashion. At the age of 4, She made shoes out of construction paper and walked around the house in them! Knowing that she eventually wanted to help others achieve their styling goals, she completed a personal styling certification with the Los Angeles-based School of Style.She also has a passion for branding, having worked as brand manager at Colgate-Palmolive Company for five years managing top brands such as Optic White, Palmolive and Irish Spring. In addition to Colgate, she led and assisted with branding projects while working at Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau and LaPlaca Cohen, an agency that offers strategic and creative solutions for the cultural world. She has dreamed of marrying these two loves over the past several years and is now so excited to have the opportunity to pursue those dreams and improve the lives of others while doing so. Elizabeth holds a Masters in Business Administration from the NYU Stern School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Washington University in St. Louis.
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Jan 24th, 2017
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Oct 22nd, 2019
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