The Cast That Ends Creation Episode 54 - Ben Atkinson of Blindfolded And Led To The Woods
The Cast That Ends Creation
In episode 54 of The Cast That Ends Creation, I interview Ben Atkinson of Blindfolded And Led To The Woods! https://balttw.bandcamp.com/ https://sludgelordrecords.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/balttw https://www.instagram.com/balttw/ https://twitter.com/BlindfoldedW https://www.youtube.com/user/balttw - - - https://www.youtube.com/thecastthatendscreation https://www.facebook.com/thecastthatendscreation https://www.instagram.com/thecastthatendscreation https://www.twitch.tv/thecastthatendscreation https://www.twitter.com/thecastthatends https://thesoundthatendscreation.bandcamp.com
4. Logical Yorkshire horsemanship & learning from failure - with HorseFest headliners Jonty Evans & Ben Atkinson
The HorseFest Podcast
In this episode one of HorseFest’s headliners, Irish Olympic eventer and all round nice guy Jonty Evans, chats to another of the festival headliners, the super-lovely, Ben Atkinson from Atkinson’s Action horsesThis is a really candid and open chat by Ben about his love for horses, how he learns best from making mistakes and his passion for logical Yorkshire horsemanship, which was passed onto Ben by his Grandfather.
Venture Labs: Why your team needs innovators - Ben Atkinson from Toyota
Episode 43: This episode is for innovators. In the final episode, Ben Atkinson from Toyota talks about how to manage the diverse skill sets of teams to find the balance between developing and maintaining ideas. Companies need both innovators and adaptors to feel the freedom to pitch and develop ideas for the machine of innovation to work. And bringing it full circle, they talk about how the corporate world and the startup world are “a marriage waiting to happen.” Ben ends by sharing his strongest emotional muscle and his greatest piece of advice for innovators that he would share with his younger self. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awesomeinc/message
Venture Labs: How the S curve of innovation works - Ben Atkinson from Toyota
Episode 42: In this episode, Ben Atkinson from Toyota explains the S curve of innovation and the difference between attainers, maintainers, and sustainers (we like to think of it as the Enneagram, but for corporate employees). They talk about the risk of growing a team that can both dream and build and sustain ideas, which often means hiring the right people *before* the right time. They cover Scottie Pippin, teenage driving, and bourbon. You won’t want to miss it.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awesomeinc/message
Venture Labs: What can happen when innovation is a system - Ben Atkinson from Toyota
Episode 41: This episode is for innovators. We invited one of Venture Lab’s closest friends, Ben Atkinson from Toyota, to talk about what innovation actually means (and about beat-up Toyota Camrys). Ben explains that Luiz Pere-Breva’s definition, from his book, Innovating: A Doer’s Manifesto..., “Bringing parts and people together, to solve a problem in a novel way.” gets us partway to a clear understanding of what innovation is...it’s solving problems in new ways. But, if we apply some systems thinking to this definition, we arrive at a much more useful definition. If you care about innovation and are looking for a more effective way to talk about it, this episode is for you.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awesomeinc/message
Horses, family, stunts and a lot of action with Ben Atkinson aka Atkinson Action Horses
The Small & Supercharged Podcast
Ben Atkinson is part of Atkinson Action Horses, a family business that is known for the most incredible range of highly trained horses and ponies that are used for films, TV and live events. As the business name suggests, Ben's horses and his training focus on action... and if you've seen a display or follow Ben on Instagram (and if you don't, you should!), you'll have seen Ben doing... well... what hasn't he done with his horses! In addition to building a diverse business with around 55-60 horses(!) doing a lot of different jobs, Ben has also grown a sizeable social media following with 192k followers on Instagram, 55k on Facebook and more on other platforms. In this episode, Ben talks about stunt riding, how he has grown his business, his work with horses, and a good dose of social media tips and tricks too. Enjoy. This is a great listen.
Nutritional Navigation – Ben Atkinson, Podcaster, the Functional Health Podcast – Health and Wellness, Nutritional Pathways
In this interesting podcast, Ben Atkinson, podcaster and nutritionist (the Functional Health podcast (FunctionalHealthInfo.com), discusses holistic wellness and holistic health. Ben’s podcast is a great resource, providing valuable information for clinicians, trainees, and the public, on health events, training, and more—essentially what’s happening all over the country in the health and wellness movement. Ben shares his story, and how he first got excited about the power of nutrition. Ben recounts his memories of being an overweight child who discovered body building at the age of 16. He had mentors who shared knowledge on high protein diets that were low in carbs and fat. After experimenting with his diet, Ben saw swift results and he began to fully appreciate the power of nutrition. He saw that nutrition was the key element to not only how one feels or how they look, but that it was also the key to illness prevention and health. Ben discusses modalities and the various separations within the medical field, which could certainly stand to be more synchronized in order to deliver the best options for good health. He explains how genes contribute to health outcomes, and he provides further info on the different people/cultures around the globe and their diets. Going further, Ben discusses allergens, and how to eradicate or diminish them, and he provides tips on the ways we can fine tune our bodies, touching on topics of DNA testing, markers, and general health information. Podcast Highlights: DNA testing: what can it tell us? The role of nutrition in the body How genetics may provide valuable insight
Food Power – Ben Atkinson, Nutritionist, Podcaster (the Functional Health Podcast) – Nutrition, Our Bodies, and How We Can Improve Health
Finding Genius Podcast
Ben Atkinson, of the Functional Health podcast (FunctionalHealthInfo.com), is a nutritionist and health enthusiast. In this informative podcast, Ben talks about holistic wellness, functional medicine, and overall holistic health. Ben’s podcast, and site, is a complete resource guide for all kinds of important information regarding professional recognition, health events, training, and more—happening across the country—for clinicians in the field, as well as trainees and the public. Ben discusses his background and how he came to be interested in nutrition. As an overweight child, Ben became interested in body building at the age of 16, and this interest led him to learn about high protein diets—low in carbs and low in fat. When he saw fast results he became excited about this power of nutrition and decided to make it a part of his ongoing work. But over time he added in carbs and fats to increase energy, which provided clarity of mind. Taking from everything he learned, he began to see that nutrition was the key to not only how you look and feel, but also to prevent illness and restore health. Ben discusses his intensive studies, and what he learned while gaining his master’s. He discusses various modalities and the separations in the medical field, which he states need to come together and be more synchronized in order to best deliver options for good health practices. Ben discusses genes and how they contribute to various health outcomes, and he talks about the different people/cultures around the world and the diets that they exist upon. He discusses allergens, and how to eliminate them, and the various ways we can fine tune our bodies. Continuing, Ben talks about DNA testing, and other methods people can use to learn more about their bodies, markers, and health information. In this podcast: What can we learn from DNA testing? The power of nutrition and good foods for the body How genetics play a role in health
Ben Atkinson: Science AND the Arts — You Don't Have to Choose
Scribbler's Corner at River of Grass
Ben Atkinson grew up in western Pennsylvania and currently resides in Jacksonville, Fla., with his wife and two young children. A poet with a PhD in wildlife ecology and conservation, he struggled to strike a balance between his scientific research and artistic pursuits. As a young father and husband, he set aside his passion for poetry for more than a decade, under the mistaken belief that he had to choose between a career in science and one in the arts. He rediscovered his poetic voice three years ago, and after reading his debut collection, Spider Lightning, you will be glad that he did. Ben stopped by Scribbler's Corner at River of Grass to kick off our second season, share a little poetry, and talk about his evolution as a polymath. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme2/bkuhnfl)
Today on the podcast I am speaking with Ben Atkinson.Ben is unique in his perspective having both a formal qualification in nutrition as well as training and an appreciation for functional and lifestyle medicine. Ben is a nutritionist with the core belief that a holistic and functional approach to health is fundamental to optimal well-being. He has held research and science communications posts at health institutes and charities, always aiming to empower individuals to take control of their health by increasing access to and understanding of health information.Ben now hosts the Functional Health Podcast and is setting up a platform to promote the integration of allied health professionals.Functional medicine practitioners, nutritional therapists, nutritionists, dietitians and CAM professionals all provide unique perspectives on patient-derived treatment protocols. The common goal of all health professionals must be considered greater than the differences that so often prevent collaboration. It is imperative that the myriad of conventional, complementary and allied nutrition professionals unite in order to prosper in the changing landscape of healthcare.Listen to the end for a summary of what we covered on the podcast, we talked through some of these points:Being true to your interpretations on dietEat real food messagingThe idea behind Functional Health -Utility of Functional Approaches - Timeline, Root Cause medicine, all have meritBeing intuitive to what serves youNocebo effectElimination diets pros and consClick here to view the recipe video that I cooked for Ben on the show on my YouTube channel so you can see how delicious and easy it was to make .. even whilst recording a podcast!Don't forget to check out Ben on Instagram and the new Functional Health website and do have a listen to some of the other podcasts that Ben has recorded too - you will definitely enjoy them! You can find all the links on The Doctor's Kitchen website.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.