Mise en Place and the Evolutionary Importance of Feeling Sad: The Backpack Show with Chris Brogan

Episode Description

On this episode of The Backpack Show with Chris Brogan and Kerry O'Shea Gorgone, we'll talk with Tracie Shelton (founder of Alamo Kitchen). Alamo Kitchen is a shared use commercial kitchen space and incubator designed and developed for food-focused entrepreneurs. A culinary co-working space, our business reduces the barrier for those testing, developing and preparing food and beverage items for public consumption. Available 24-hours each day, the kitchen is always ready for entrepreneurs. https://www.alamokitchen.com/

Also, we have lots of questions for Professor Randolph Nesse, author of Good Reasons for Bad Feelings. In his book, Nesse uses the framework of evolutionary medicine to make a case for why psychiatric disorders persist despite their debilitating consequences. Some conditions, like depression and anxiety, may have developed from normal, advantageous emotions." Nesse’s site: https://www.randolphnesse.com/