Monthly Archives: November 2015

Modern Entrepreneur – Fall 2015

Johnathon Brodeur www.urbanunbound.com SYJ: What is your earth-inspired business called? What skills do you call upon when you go to “work?” Johnathon Brodeur: Urban Unbound is the name. It’s all about unbinding the urban story in order to create an inclusive narrative that honors our global community. The skills that have empowered me to run Urban

Modern Entrepreneur – Fall 2015

Ryan Rising WWW.PERMACULTUREACTION.ORG SYJ: What is your earth inspired business called? What skills do you call upon when you go to “work”? Ryan Rising: I wouldn’t quite call it a business. [Our motivation isn’t to make a profit; and, for many of us, is actually to transition to a world beyond capitalism. However, being able to reward

Modern Entrepreneur – Fall 2015

Vega DeLeon www.creativencounters.com SYJ: What is your earth-inspired business called? What skills do you call upon when you go to “work”? ​ Vega Deleon: My business is named CreativEncounters. I am blessed to have been trained as a Cuddle Party Facilitator, in which I help people build their communication skills, self awareness, and ability to say “yes”

Cover Warrior – Fall 2015

The Polish Ambassador and Ayla Nereo SYJ decided to get down and dirty with Ayla Nereo & The Polish Ambassador while they packed together the traditional foundation made from cob. We were lucky enough to get a good taste of the Permaculture Action Day at Arise Music Festival this summer. We did an amazing photo shoot which will be

Modern Entrepreneur – Winter 2016 – Jessilyn Park

Jessilyn Park View Jessilyn's art SYJ: What is the main message of your work and how is it classified for the rest of the world? Jessilyn: The main message of my work is love and light. I want my paintings to make people happy. I want people to, when they see them, see the vivid

Modern Entrepreneur – Winter 2016 – Sara Perry

Sara Perry www.saraperrypsychic.co.uk SYJ: What is the main message of your work and what is it classified to the rest of the world as? Sara: Be open to possibilities, live in the moment with the understanding that the future is a about state of mind! We may be unable to change the past but we

Sweatshops R-US – Fall 2015

“When I was poor and spoke of inequality they said I was bitter; now that I’m rich and I complain about inequality they say I’m a hypocrite. I am beginning to think they just don’t want to talk about inequality.” - Russell Brand, Revolution In 1990 nearly 80% of our clothing was made in the