Not Too Cool 4 School was created to bring fun, exciting, and unique conversations with individuals of different backgrounds, talents, and careers and learning all about their journey, how they got where they are, and any tips they may have for you. And of course, we’ll be discussing everything that makes all of us just a little nerdy. Whether it is video games, D&D, anime, or whatever it may be for you. So sit back, relax, and welcome to the Not too cool 4 school podcast!
NTC4S Episode 14: Interview with author Jordan Randall
In this episode of NTC4S, I had the opportunity to sit down with Jordan Randall, author of Pinkface: A high school senior pretends to transition into a woman. In this interview, we discuss how polarizing and satirical his book is in today's political climate, what it was like to discuss it with the LGBT community, and many other hot-topic issues!
NTC4S Episode 13: Interview with Marc Juliano of the band Goalkeeper
In this episode of NTC4S, I had the amazing opportunity to interview Marc Juliano of the band, Goalkeeper. We discuss the band's inception, their process for writing music, their upcoming tour, their personal interests, and much more! You can listen to Goalkeeper on all major platforms such as Apple Music and Spotify, as well as check out their videos on YouTube. For tour dates, be sure to check their website.
NTC4S Episode 12: The time I wish I listened to my gut rather than my parents advice
In this episode of Not Too Cool 4 School, I talk about a time I wish I would have listened to my gut about something I wanted to do with my life, rather than listen to what my parents wanted for me. I share the details of what it was like listening to them, the results of doing so, and how it left an itch I have yet to scratch to this day. I also share how this translates to how I am as a parent and what I learned from the experience. I also share the best albums of that summer that came out and how they helped me through the experience.
NTC4S Episode 11: Doris Dike's Journey
In this episode of Not Too Cool 4 School, I sit down with Doris Dike - Founder of Dike Law Group. We discuss Doris' mission to change the healthcare system as a whole, as well as how she is helping entrepreneurs break into the healthcare industry. We also talk about how her parents are immigrants and they had their own plans for what they wanted her to do, but Doris contested them and stuck to her guns about what she wanted to do with her life rather than what they wanted. We also discuss the importance of family and being a parent while also being an entrepreneur. All this and more!
NTC4S Episode 10: Dustin Magaziner's Journey
In this episode of Not Too Cool 4 School, I had the privilege of interviewing Dustin Magaziner, Founder and CEO of PayBright. In this episode, we discuss Dustin's background and how he started PayBright during college and how it grew, the qualities of being a good leader and how to build and manage a great team, and his interests like having a fantasy football league. We go into detail about all of these topics and more so don't miss out!
NTC4S Episode 9: Eesha Patel's Journey
Eesha Patel is a world-renown entrepreneur, the Founder of Origin Activation, author, and Energy Healer. In this week's episode, we talk about Eesha's background and how she was born in India but grew up in Australia, how her long-term relationship that ended was the catalyst to her entrepreneurial journey, and then we go deep. We talk about the 5th dimension and spirituality, how Eesha has seen aliens, talking to spirit guides and even gods and the list goes on. When Eesha isn't practicing spirituality and talking to aliens and spirit guides, we discuss how planting and gardening are her go-to hobby!
Professional and nerdy!
I love how they cover professional topics but also discuss things that make everyone unique or nerdy!
Love the journey aspect!
I love how this podcast is focused on individuals journeys through life as well as the nerdy or quirky things that make them human.
This is a great interview-based podcast with cool perspectives.