The Red Pill Project Podcast: Episode 2 - Paola Qualizza

A talk with Paola Qualizza, the Managing Director at Groundswell Social Ventures, where they help individuals create their own businesses with a positive social impact. If you're interested, check out their website for their next info session.

Groundswell Social Ventures: http://www.groundswellcommunity.ca
Wood Shop Worker's Co-op: https://www.woodshop.coop
Kudoz: http://kudoz.ca

If you listened to all the way to the end, let me know who you thought had the better 30 second spot. Tweet me at @Red_PillProject on Twitter.  Much love, Billy 

The Red Pill Project Podcast: Episode 1 - Quincilia Siah of SOS My Space

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I started this project as a journey for me to find out what I truly want to do with the rest of my life. I've always found that connecting with others is where I find the most “ah ha” moments. I'll be connecting with local entrepreneurs, people who I find influential, and people with stories that document their struggles and successes. If you want to be part of my show and live in Vancouver, BC, Canada, send me a tweet at @Red_PillProject.

Here is episode 1 featuring Quincilia Siah of SOS My Space.

She's a holistic organizer that rocks at helping others declutter their lives. She's someone that I find strong and brave for following her passion (Skip to the 35 minute mark for more of what she does).

Essence (aka core values): 13:15 | Meditation and spirit guides 19:05 | "11:11/4:44" 31:20 | What does Quin do 35:00 |

You can find more on Quincilia at: http://sosmyspace.com | https://www.facebook.com/SOSMySpace/ | https://www.instagram.com/sosmyspace/ | https://goo.gl/scuJZa | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpMNBCSiTWRx50c3Pl5Q5Ww

I hope you guys enjoy our chat!

Apple Podcast link: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-red-pill-project/id1372594305

 

Takashi Murakami Exhibit Review

Location: The Vancouver Art Gallery

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On the weekend, we checked out the Takashi Murakami exhibit. Fortunately for us, we had advance tickets and skipped a ridiculously long line. 

Things you should know:

  • The exhibit for Murakami is one level (level 2)
  • I would think he was definitely on acid, but it's cool
  • Don't take acid before you go, I'm 100% sure it's a recipe for a bad trip
  • Expect some weird but cool shit

Was it worth it? 

The VAG is like $24 bucks now? I think if you're a huge fan of his work then definitely worth it. But if you don't know who he is you may want to save the money. I thought it was cool to see because I appreciate the anime style cartoon art but it's not everyone's cup of tea. 

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The exhibit is live until May 6th 2018.