One Day In One Year with Jerry Won is a podcast based on the simple idea that we each can invest one day out of a year to be grateful, share life lessons, and give back. We start by changing our perspective on how we define one day. We'll define "one day" not as a consecutive 24 hour period, but rather, as those same 24 hours divided across the 366 days of 2020 (luckily for us it's a leap year!). That comes to roughly 3 minutes and 56 seconds per day. I ask you to come join us as we spend 3 minutes and 56 seconds together each day in 2020. You'll learn from your fellow humans on what they're grateful for, their greatest life lesson, and the causes they care about deeply.
080 | Benjamin Hardy - Author, Writer, and Father
Meet Benjamin Hardy! On Day 80 of 2020, we meet Benjamin to learn who he is grateful for, what lessons he's learned or re-learned and what he is doing to help us all get through these challenging times. You can learn more about and connect with Benjamin...
079 | Kim Forrester - Coach, Writer, and Traveler
Meet Kim Forrester!
078 | Jed Jurchenko
Meet Jed Jurchenko! On Day 78 of the One Day In One Year Podcast, and on Day 1 of our newly adjusted format, we meet the husband, father, author, and counselor to learn who he is grateful for, what lessons he's learned or re-learned and what he is doing...
077 - Adjusted Format Introduction by Host Jerry Won
Jerry explains the 16 day hiatus and changes in the new format of One Day In One Year
060 Michael Jacobs | 03:52:05 - 03:56:00
Meet Michael Jacobs - CEO of GRILLA.co, serial entrepreneur, and Feeding America supporter
059 - Elissa Unton | 03:48:09 - 03:52:04
Meet Elissa Unton - CEO of ArcVida, Mom, and Homeless Advocate
Four Minutes I’ll never get back
I just don’t get it, provides minimal value with no personality
The delivery on this podcast is insanely wooden and the types of guests you get on such a low-value podcast (i.e. people who want to pitch their vanity project) are the embodiment of everything you hate about a sanctimonious LinkedIn post.
Short & Dull
Not really sure what I’m supposed to get out of this. Most interviews are dull; uneventful; and uninspiring. Kudos for trying but maybe time to go back to the drawing board