Ep. 013 – Bakers Dozen with Adam Yee, Product Developer from Isagenix
So this interview was from a deal I made with Taryn Yee. I interview her and then she would interview me. Ideally, I should have made this episode number 5, right? Why should I wait for episode 13?
Well, my birthday is January 13th, a bakers dozen has 13 of something, 13 is an unlucky number? Whichever explanation your prefer, I’ve decided to use my interview for episode 13.
Here’s my point of view from my perspective. Taryn Yee asks some pretty funny questions in this one.
I really don’t like writing my own bio. Here’s a bit on my linkedin:
Food Science Professional who loves to learn all aspects of a business. Likes to get involved in multiple projects, never afraid to help out, and has a huge passion for food.
Other activities include involvement in the cultural and food scene in Phoenix including:
– Creating a meetup for Asian transplants in Arizona
– Joining Asian focused non-profits to better understand community in Phoenix
– Offering services to non-profit organizations to help local food businesses
– Help multiple startups with innovative projects
If you need any advice on the food industry or just want to talk, just message me!
Isagenix International LLC is a Direct Sales company that markets dietary supplements and personal care products. The company, based in Gilbert, Arizona, was founded in 2002 by John Anderson, Jim Coover, and Kathy Coover. As of 2013 the company reported having over 200,000 active sales associates. In 2012, the company reported revenues of approximately $335 million. The majority of Isagenix’s sales come from the United States.
– What happens when you go all in when you choose a major in college
– Using Science to improve creativity
– Why we should invest in food education
What we talk about
Wednesday lunches with Adam Yee
We should focus on: Food education
Favorite Quote: Everybody is a Genius. But If You Judge a Fish by Its Ability to Climb a Tree, It Will Live Its Whole Life Believing that It is Stupid
Second Favorite Quote: Butter makes everything better
Onion cutting goggles
Favorite Book: Steve jobs autobiography
Favorite Kitchen Item: Cast iron pan
In and out
Plant based Burger
4 People You’d Like Dinner With
Anthony Bourdain (why I don’t want him)
Mark Zuckerberg –> in hindsight, I’d choose Elon Musk
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