Enjoy this collection of some of my favorite podcasts that I’ve appeared on.
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Frontmatter Podcast by Leanpub
WOOO this one goes long but covers a LOT of ground. Leanpub’s audience is mostly self-published authors, so we took an angle of my own path to controlling my creativity.
We talk about:
- why I consider myself emotionally unemployable
- how the origin of Indy Hall was more like a “barn raising” than opening an office
- how I grew a business by 2x, two years in a row, while my business partner was too sick to work!
Pay special attention to my answer to the question “What’s the next step for someone who has an idea for a book they want to write?”
Special thanks to Len Epp for inviting me to this conversation - stay tuned for a part two featuring my Stacking the Bricks partner Amy Hoy!
Self Made Strategies with Tony Lopes
Covered some new territoriy in this conversation with Tony, making it a remarkable merging of my worlds of community building and business building.
Pay special attention to my thoughts on how I answered the question “How do you manage your time?”
Anatomy of a Strategy with Tara and Carlos
It was a blast to get back together with one of my mentors and friends, Tara Hunt, along with her partner Carlos Pacheco.
We talked about:
- Scaling the growth of Indy Hall
- Contribution and connecting in a community
- How people get “value” wrong
And a lot more!
Reimagine Work with Paul Millerd
Very fun interview, we talked about everything from:
- how and why the coworking landscape got so weird
- my plan for creating 50,000 jobs in Philadelphia over the next decade
- and a lot more.
I especially enjoyed Paul’s “word association” game. It reminded me a bit of the recurring segment on Hot Ones called “Explain that ‘gram” where host Sean Evans takes a deep dive on the guests Instagram, shows them a picture that needs more explanation, and the guest provides the bigger context.
Building Remote Teams with Jevin Maltais
A rare angle in this interview with a heavy focus on the member experience, especially for remote employees!
We talked about about why coworking can be valuable even if you’re comfortable working from home, and some special strategies to improve your coworking experience for both introverts and extroverts.
Cognative Bias Podcast with David Dylan Thomas
Also available in video format!