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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF WILLSISKEY
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 8.70%. The average number of likes per post is 288 and the average number of comments is 7.
46.97% of the followers that engaged with willsiskey regularly are from United States, followed by United Kingdom at 16.67% and Turkey at 3.03%. In summary, the top 5 countries of willsiskey's posts engager are coming from United States, United Kingdom, Turkey, France, Japan.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR WILLSISKEY
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF WILLSISKEY
- United States 46.97 %
- United Kingdom 16.67 %
- Turkey 3.03 %
- France 3.03 %
- Japan 3.03 %
Recently sat down with @minethegappodcast to talk recent ventures & the story behind my mindset, that it always starts with you. Available on all platforms. Link in bio. Repost from @minethegappodcast • He is... the most interesting man... in the world. • This week’s guest is @willsiskey. Will is the co-founder and CMO at @sparrowclinic and the owner of @optio2labs. • He tells us his story of serial entrepreneurship, which is intertwined with his journey to full health after being diagnosed with alopecia, an autoimmune disease. We also talk about the importance of surrounding yourself with people who are better at your craft than you, a lesson Will learned in high school while playing tennis, and how being your best self, both professionally and personally, starts with YOU.
I went to Costa Rica looking to explore new therapies for my clinic & our patients. What I found wasn’t really anything new, just a strong reminder that people long for all kinds of healing. I recognized this hurt and pain well. When I was diagnosed with an “incurable” autoimmune disease I knew what it was like. You’d do the craziest things, spend whatever money you had, and your heart almost in a constant state of fear. Wounds go deeper than the illness, into the heart & everyday life. (How did this happen, why did this happen, what does this mean for tomorrow, am I damaged goods, helplessness of the doc saying there’s no hope, etc.) This was a great reminder because by God’s faithfulness I don’t walk with those pains anymore (if I wanted to of course I could) but plenty still do. While there is plenty for me to learn, I have seen enough research and therapies and met enough doctors I truly believe almost anything is reversible. While what we do at the clinic is important, what’s most important to me are people’s hearts. I pray we can serve others by not giving up, persistently learning, bringing life, and constantly striving to serve by what we do. And most of all show them hope is not found in us, a person, place, or procedure but in the Great Physician alone. He heals the wounds a pill cannot.
This is Gabrielle, he’s an organic coffee farmer in Atenas with a neat story. The farm has been in his family for 80 years. He was super humble & kind in showing me around his farm. Explaining to me their history and the pros and cons of their process. They switched to organic because his father got sick from all the chemicals they used. This sparked a passion for him and his family to be sustainable, provide healthy products, and leave the world a better place for their children. Did you know that only .02% of the actual coffee plant ends up in the finished cup..? I didn’t either. Gabrielle educated me that the fruit, flowers, and etc. are often thrown away not to mention the grinds too after brewing. Many times the excess coffee plant products are thrown into the rivers where it kills blue green algae then also the fish. He believes in not wasting the plant while also taking care of the land around him. He doesn’t use a water process to wash the beans in order to eliminate excess water use. Additionally his family takes the fruit of the coffee (that’d be thrown out) to make coffee tea & wine. (Incredible). They also use the plant to make flour for baking. Any excess and grinds from their cafe are then used as fertilizer. It was really beautiful to see his joy in sharing coffee and how he now sees his father’s sickness as a blessing to better understand the world and serve others.
Pura Vida at @theretreatcostarica
2019. Plenty lessons learned. I talk about 3 of them via link in my bio. Simplified version below. 1. Not everything needs to be shared. 2. Open your ears (& heart) 3. When the ship sinks, start swimming.
Met and saw the Jazz legend, Kenny G, perform for pops birthday. He said the key to life is good sax. 🎷
Recently at a coffee shop in LA, I learned a valuable lesson. As one of the owners of @kumquatcoffee brewed my coffee, I went off asking 100 questions per usual — What ratio do you use, what adjustments do you make according to bean variety, origin, so on. The gentleman provided great answers and towards the end left me with this: “Coffee can be taken too seriously, at the end of the day it is meant to be enjoyed.” This caught my analytical mind off guard, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized it applied elsewhere too. For me, it can be my work (maybe coffee too) — How can I constantly learn or make adjustments toward a better product (or coffee). While I see nothing wrong with striving and being driven, we can also forget the very things we are trying to perfect are gifts and are meant to be enjoyed. There will always be more to do, learn, and likely someone that does it better. That doesn’t mean you stop your pursuit, but that you enjoy all the nuances and experiences along the way. Whether it’s coffee, work, or everyday life enjoy the blessings where you’re at and then again wherever you’re at tomorrow.
Grateful to be at the Gala in Beverly Hills last weekend & to be surrounded by so many great difference makers & leaders. Everyone should have the right to access their own stem cells. Miracles happen everyday as they are often people’s last resort. Without them, I know many cases personally including my own that would’ve remained a “lost cause”. A little boy taking his first steps and a young lady still recovering and making it past her doctor’s “6 months left to live“ date are two that really keep me going. The FDA is trying to take it away BY classifying it as a drug. (While providing fake ‘stem cell’ pharmaceuticals themselves. Side effect ridden too.) Your cells are not drugs, they are for you and to heal you. Pray for the people of this country, the ones who desperately need treatment, and that together we can get them all they need.
my 15th time to this tourist trap and I’ve yet to find an easy route
Back in the city of angels. #LA
Working from coffee shops, the road, or home has left me suiting up less but @cavemancvm keeps my threads fresh. . . Starting a stem cell clinic as an Econ major out of college has changed me a lot. Made me question and learn. ➡️ (Read my short reflection via link in my bio - Starting Sparrow)
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