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93. Understanding Cultures, Uniting People and Making an Impact Through Food with Masami Sato

Born in Japan, Masami Sato, founder of Buy-1-Give-1 takes a completely new look at the power of connection and business giving to create a world that’s full of giving. Her method for voyaging was about uniting with individuals to pick up experiences and understandings of diverse societies, ways of life and environment. B1G1 now works with more than 500 businesses in over 14 countries and lists over 600 projects in 29 countries.

In the previous 16 years, she has lived in Canada, Guatemala, New Zealand, Australia and Singapore and headed out to more than 30 nations in 5 mainlands. Though originally educated to become an architect in Japan, her profession has tailed her differing ability and broad hobbies having been an educator, an interpreter, an ambitious person and a characteristic sustenance culinary expert (and an agriculturist!). Since 2001, she has helped to establish and run business undertakings expecting to change the way organizations are worked today. She is likewise a writer of two books, ‘Delight – The endowment of acknowledgement, trust and adoration’ and ‘ONE – Sharing the delight of giving’.

In this episode we talk about:

  • What is Buy1 Give 1 (B1G1)?
  • Understanding Buy1Give1 Concept
  • What are the varieties of B1G1 Business?
  • How are we connected through foods?
  • How can we make a difference by giving?
  • Connecting the desire to give back
  • What are the right way to give?
  • how our languages differ but the idea that we connect strongly through foods
  • the importance of Organic farming and Natural living to sustain a living
  • How to create a self-sustainable life? Household things, growing and preserving foods and everything
  • Living in countryside lifestyle on how people helping each other without expecting any payment
  • Travelling and discovery about street children who didn’t have parents, foods to eat and who didn’t go to school.
  • Creating a business to give back (feed and educate children)
  • Understanding the most important things of life and what matters in life rather than doing without thinking.
  • Having the gratitude of what we have, or giving rather than wanting more
  • The approach of giving somehow brings the things that we want to have
  • Trip in India (cooking different cuisines, people are generous even if they don’t have enough they could still able to share
  • The joy of connecting Indian people, how much could we actually do to impact to their lives in so many different ways
  • Start a business to make a difference. Transform thing everywhere in the world
  • Believing the things we believe in, making difference, helping people and transforming lives. Every business could do that around the world.

Nutrition and Meal Plans

What foods to avoid

  • Processed foods
  • Contains Less toxic

Masami Sato’s fondest food memories
When she was younger, she was the smallest eater and her mom was having difficulty feeding her. When she got older, she studied to cook by herself and at that time she started to finally really enjoy eating food because she could choose what she wanted to prepare and cook. She’s fond of nourishing and taking care of preparing foods rather than you are given something.

Exercise Routine

  • Running
  • Everything like self sufficiency
  • Running businesses

Who would you love to have dinner with and where?

The people who helped her in Costa Rica and so she could say Thank You and have meal together.

Last meal on the planet?

She would skip the last meal and give it for those who needed.

Where to find Masami Sato

Company website

Masami’s Twitter profile

Masami’s Facebook Profile

Author: Ronsley Vaz

Ronsley is the founder & chief day dreamer at AMPLIFY. He is an author, speaker & serial entrepreneur.

He has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in Psychology and Leadership. He is known as the creator of We Are Podcast – the first Podcasting Conference in the Southern Hemisphere, and the host of The Bond Appetit Podcast and Should I Start a Podcast. He has an audience of over 3 million in 133 countries.

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