The Game Changers – Propaganda At Its Finest?


In 2018, Netflix aired “The Game Changers” which received a 70% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and 8.2/10 on IMDb. The synopsis goes as follows, “James Wilks travels the world on a quest for the truth about meat, protein, and strength. Showcasing elite athletes, special ops soldiers, and visionary scientists to change the way people eat and live.” “Are Dairy Products...

The Ultimate Blueprint For Intermittent Fasting


Data-Driven Decisions Allow You To Work Smarter, Not Harder. Intermittent fasting is a method, not a diet. It’s the practice of restricting or abstaining from food intake purposefully in order to achieve a specific result. There are multiple motivations that drive intermittent fasting (or fasting) whether it be religious or health. However, how do you know it’s affecting you in a...

That Time When Noah Kagan Stayed At My House.


Over the last decade, I’ve dedicated myself to learning more about digital marketing and how to growth hack a newly formed start-up. I was inspired by people like Noah Kagan and Tim Ferris and felt like I wanted in on the action.A pivotal moment for me was when Noah Kagan stayed at my house for a couple of days when he came to New Zealand. It was a learning lesson in a couple of ways. I had...

The Caveat Of Curiosity


Curiosity is something that we are all born with – it’s how we learn to walk, talk and define the world around us. Unfortunately, it can be snuffed out at an early age by teachers, caretakers, parents and friends. The key trait I believe to be the centerpiece of my growth and vast life experience is – curiosity. Underneath this curiosity you will these sub traits: resilience...

Why Self Trackers Are The Patient Of The Future


When it comes to self-design, trackers are often pursuing control over their lives: “No matter whether it is self-trackers health, fitness, or mood, generally self-trackers are fascinated by the idea of controlling the way they are living by taking responsibility and optimizing their own lives.”

Anthony Close

A relentless visionary, Anthony has led Lab Me from garage-mode to a fine tuned operation. He studied under Clayton Christenson from Harvard Business School. At MIT Anthony studied “AI & Implications in Business”. At Johns Hopkins he completed a course in biostatistics. Anthony is able to code and understand in both Python and AngularJS. Anthony studied Molecular Genetics and Quantitative Chemistry at Purdue University as well as a Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from Palmer and extensive post-grade studies in chronic pain management. He enjoys skydiving, red wine, and research on consciousness.