Anciently, a commonplace book is where and how the wisdom and experience of a community was collected, recorded, and freely shared.
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Gain Client Trust
Cultivating a Commonplace for Coaches
Developing a Healthy Information Diet
Build and Maintain Emotional Fitness and Emotional Resiliency
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Doug Evans has been a prominent figure in the natural food industry for over three decades, dedicating his life to promoting healthy eating habits and sustainable agriculture practices. As a devoted advocate of sprouting, he has inspired countless individuals to embrace a plant-based diet and lead a healthier lifestyle. Evans’ latest book, The Sprout Book: Tap into the Power of the Planet’s Most Nutritious Food, is a culmination of his lifelong passion for sprouts, and provides readers with a comprehensive guide to growing and consuming these tiny but mighty superfoods. In this book, he shares his knowledge and experience on the benefits of sprouts and how they can help us lead healthier, happier lives.
In this special episode on the School for Good Living Podcast, Doug joins me in the studio in person today. In this interview, we talk about all kinds of things related to sprouting. Why to do it, how to do it, and even some insight into his favorite recipes. We also dive into what Doug’s health journey has been like and why he has made the health decisions he’s made. If you’re looking to improve the quality of your life, if you’re looking to feel better, if you’re looking to have more energy, or if you’re looking to have the capacity to give more of the gifts that are perhaps latent within you, join us in this conversation to find some help ways that sprouts can help you find good living.
“Not everyone can be a farmer, not everyone could be a gardener, not everyone has a green thumb, But everyone can be a sprouter.”
This week on the School for Good Living Podcast:
The health risks involved in the 21-century American diet
How Doug found veganism and how it has helped him find good living
The well-being that can come through veganism
What on earth is “sprouting?”
The benefits of sprouting as a lifestyle or simply an addition to your diet
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