Good Company (@goodcompanyzine) is a weekly podcast about the intersection of creativity and business. Good Company provides motivation, inspiration, practical advice, and a vital sense of connection and community for creatives at every stage of life. Each episode of Good Company will focus on honest, open conversations about the ups and downs of creative life. (Theme song by Lame Drivers http://lamedrivers.com/)
Good Company: The Final Episode
Grace and Julia discuss the closing of Design*Sponge and Good Company- and the mix of feelings that come with both.
*Bonus Episode* LIVE from Minneapolis- Audience Q&A!
LIVE Audience Q&A from the Good Company Panel Event in Minneapolis with Ann Kim, Meg Lewis, Safy-Hallan Farah and Martha McQuade
Finding Your Path + Facing Imposter Syndrome with Ann Kim, Meg Lewis, Safy-Hallan Farah and Martha McQuade
LIVE from the Good Company Panel Event in Minneapolis: Finding Your Path + Facing Imposter Syndrome with Ann Kim, Meg Lewis, Safy-Hallan Farah and Martha McQuade
Change Makers with Tavi Gevinson, Nora Gomez-Strauss of Public Art Fund and Jen Tolentino of Rock the Vote
Change Makers Tavi Gevinson of Rookie, Nora Gomez-Strauss of Public Art Fund and Jen Tolentino of Rock the Vote discuss how they use their platforms and work to affect check. LIVE from the 2018 Issuu Generators Summit
LIVE From SF: Building Community + Self Confidence with Shakirah Simley, Reem Assil, Windy Chien and Esmé Weijun Wang
LIVE from our San Francisco launch party at Books Inc, Shakirah Simley, Reem Assil, Windy Chien and Esmé Weijun Wang talk about imposter syndrome, building community, overcoming fear and giving yourself time to feel and learn from failure.
LIVE From Seattle: Ageism and Honesty with Shauna Ahern, Davora Lindner and Erika Dalya Massaquoi
LIVE from our Seattle launch party at The Riveter, local entrepreneurs Shaun Ahern, Erika Dalya Massaquoi and Davora Lindner talk about ageism, comparison and turning fear into creative fuel.
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This show is the most honest and open I have ever listened to! It makes me feel much less alone (I work from home) because I feel like I can relate to so much of the discussion. Thank you!