Overdressed and Underqualified is a podcast dedicated to interviewing young professionals, business leaders and entrepreneurs in the Indianapolis area. Every individual has a different path, a different story, but they are all thriving in their own way in this Midwest city. We want to be the older sibling, the wise mentor, or a caring friend for anyone figuring out their careers. Listen to our casual mini-sodes with young professionals and our long-form interviews with business experts on how they are all figuring out.
Episode #5: Pepper in a little Entrepreneurship
You know when you have a business idea but just don’t know where to start? Taking that first step is something we all can struggle with from time to time. In this episode of Overdressed and Underqualified, Peyton Bennett, the co-founder of Peppermix Marketing, a start-up marketing firm located in Indianapolis, IN, talks about his journey from creating short-films to small business owner.
Minisode #3: Cooking; Where to begin.
Beginning life in the “real world” comes with many challenges. For some of us, we quickly realize that cooking for ourselves is a lot harder than mom and dad made it look. Tune in to hear from Cade Jones – who went from scrambled eggs to stuffed chicken – and Kaden Fitzgerald – who grew up in the restaurant biz – as they share experiences and advice with cooking.
Episode #4: Living at Work
Caitlin Brown and Jake Landgraf, two Indianapolis residents working tirelessly to connect young professionals alike to jobs and internships, join us today. Tune in to learn firsthand how covid-19 has altered today’s job market and work atmosphere.
Minisode #2 - What I Want To Be When I Grow Up
We all have ideas of what we want to be when we were little. Some are ludicrous, some are practical, but no matter what we thought as little kids, those ideas get carried into our adulthood whether we realize it or not. Listen to five different people as they share what they wanted to be when they grew up and how it has impacted them today.
Episode #3: From Wildfire Grew A. Rose
Food and cooking is at the heart of every city, and Indianapolis is no different! Ashley Brooks has taken this to heart by being an influential member of Indy's food industry. From making cheese with her hands to being an advocate for food justice, her story of perseverance is truly inspiring, leaving her mark in more ways than one.
Repost: Facing Fear
In this redone episode from 2019, we hear from Tiffany Sauder, CEO of Element Three, talk about her struggles and fears in growing her business during the recession of 2008-2009.