Amandine speaks with Dr. Callie Seaman, an expert in the medical cannabis industry about the myth of the perfect strain …
Intelligent use of cannabis is all about knowing yourself, but for me, cannabis has been a big part of getting to know myself. The two go hand in hand – as you get more in touch with yourself and your needs, you’re better able to use cannabis as a tool for self-care, which in turn helps you connect more deeply with yourself.
In our society mothers tend to get blamed for everything – in many ways it can often feel like it’s impossible to “get it right” in the eyes of society; add cannabis to the story and you have a recipe for judgement from all sides.
Amandine shares her views on cannabis use in the context of pregnancy, breastfeeding and parenting, as well as the input of a few experts in the field. I’ll also speak a bit about the amazing results our Conscious Cannabis Club members have been reporting and let you know what membership includes!
Amandine speak with Nicole Gore about the importance of finding your people, positioning yourself for success, the value of accountability and business peers, and the stories of two businesses that were born through connection with likeminded people.
Amandine shares about the changes in community that inevitably accompany starting your own business, the entrepreneurial mindset, the potential of being a business owner and the incredible potential in finding your people.
In this conversation with Alina d’Angelisse we explore the shifting landscape of the cannabis industry in Amsterdam, the divide between the CBD and THC industries and the key challenges and learnings of being a female conscious business owner.
Amandine addresses the legal status of both cannabis and CBD in the Netherlands and the current legal situation and local attitudes.
A conversation with Jess Gelling, the recently installed affiliate manager for Hannabis about her challenges and insights into leadership, management and fostering a growth-inducing company culture.
Amandine speaks about the distinction between managers and leaders her own path to understanding which of them she is most comfortable with.