How to make seaweed gin and cure parkinson's - Adam Nelson

In this episode, I am joined by my good friend, Adam Nelson. Adam's done some cool stuff like making special gin using wild seaweed. Now, he's working on a medicine for Parkinson's. We chat about confidence, vulnerability, and how to take meaningful actions in our fast-changing world.

Adam and I talk about how confidence grows when we try new things and learn from them. He tells his story of moving from tech to making medicines, and how he learned along the way. I share some of my past mistakes and how working with different people helped me see things differently.

We dive deep into the importance of being honest about how we feel. It helps us connect with others and think of new ideas. I used to be pretty guarded, but now I see how good it is to admit when I don't know something. Adam talks about the times he felt like he didn't belong and what he learned from those moments.

We also discuss how today's big problems can feel overwhelming, but breaking them down into smaller steps can help. We believe in understanding and connecting with others to solve these challenges.

Wrapping up, I want to say thanks to everyone listening to our podcast. Sharing these personal talks with the world means a lot. Both Adam and I think that by doing things step by step and learning along the way, we can all make the world better.

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