1 hr 18 min

Cultured Conversation with Jamison Smallwood EXTRAordinary Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

What’s done in the dark will be brought to the light.  How we spend those twilight hours, determines our destiny.  All the practice we put in when no one is watching.  All those early mornings when everyone else is sleeping.  All those late-night hours staring at a screen.  Those efforts pay off in the long run.  While everyone else is watching Netflix, you are realizing your dreams. This podcast started and continues in that same fashion.  Recording interviews after the kids are in bed.  Early morning editing and mixing to make a deadline before exercise or starting the workday.  If you want to be extraordinary, you have to make the time. 
Jamison Smallwood has been making the time for his podcast Culture and Conversations for a minute now.  While a successful software engineer by day, Jamison put in the time and effort to build a podcast and a production platform that poised him for success when Covid hit.  While it hurt his traditional job, it created a whole new set of opportunities as his church and so many others went digital.  Jamison’s love of the gospel and gift of communication gave him a new, more rewarding calling to compliment his career.  Sharing the word, his passion for good food, and a low country lifestyle we can all appreciate, Jamison is a joy to your ears.  Learn how to make fish and grits, bring together a community, and plate your food from the pride of south Georgia.  Or learn to Art of Podcasting from this Georgia Southern alum.  Hear my conversation with Jamison Smallwood.
https://www.cultureandconversations.com/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwkjiLi2BWuwI_nCC1zPywg
Background Track - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shrZ5rAPa6w
 

What’s done in the dark will be brought to the light.  How we spend those twilight hours, determines our destiny.  All the practice we put in when no one is watching.  All those early mornings when everyone else is sleeping.  All those late-night hours staring at a screen.  Those efforts pay off in the long run.  While everyone else is watching Netflix, you are realizing your dreams. This podcast started and continues in that same fashion.  Recording interviews after the kids are in bed.  Early morning editing and mixing to make a deadline before exercise or starting the workday.  If you want to be extraordinary, you have to make the time. 
Jamison Smallwood has been making the time for his podcast Culture and Conversations for a minute now.  While a successful software engineer by day, Jamison put in the time and effort to build a podcast and a production platform that poised him for success when Covid hit.  While it hurt his traditional job, it created a whole new set of opportunities as his church and so many others went digital.  Jamison’s love of the gospel and gift of communication gave him a new, more rewarding calling to compliment his career.  Sharing the word, his passion for good food, and a low country lifestyle we can all appreciate, Jamison is a joy to your ears.  Learn how to make fish and grits, bring together a community, and plate your food from the pride of south Georgia.  Or learn to Art of Podcasting from this Georgia Southern alum.  Hear my conversation with Jamison Smallwood.
https://www.cultureandconversations.com/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwkjiLi2BWuwI_nCC1zPywg
Background Track - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shrZ5rAPa6w
 

1 hr 18 min

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