140 episodes

A twentysomething exploring what it means to enter the "real world" through interviews with professionals about what they do, long rants, and conversations with peers. Growing up can be tough, but you shouldn't have to navigate it alone.


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    • 5.0 • 34 Ratings

A twentysomething exploring what it means to enter the "real world" through interviews with professionals about what they do, long rants, and conversations with peers. Growing up can be tough, but you shouldn't have to navigate it alone.


Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/riseyear/support

    Ep. 103: Pursuing The Pathless Path with Paul Millerd

    Ep. 103: Pursuing The Pathless Path with Paul Millerd

    Paul Millerd is a self-proclaimed "curious human" who also happens to be the author of The Pathless Path, Imagining a New Story For Work and Life. I zipped through the book in about two days and would highly recommend it to anyone of any age who's looking for a different way to live. In the book, Paul walks you through his own journey of overcoming burnout and how he's managed to build a life that is based on experiments -- a creative endeavor.

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    • 39 min
    Ep. 102: 7 Tips For High School Graduates To Navigate Life After High School

    Ep. 102: 7 Tips For High School Graduates To Navigate Life After High School

    4-year college? Community College? Apprenticeship? Start your own business? Enter the workforce? There are so many options for what you can do post-high school, that it can be paralyzing. What if instead of thinking about it as a right and wrong choice, you instead think about it as: What's the best choice for me?

    This episode covers 7 tips to help high school graduates navigate life as they step into the next phase and soak up as much as they can.



    Free Booklet to help you figure out what you want to do with your life: https://bit.ly/32X079C


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    • 15 min
    Ep. 101: The end of an era

    Ep. 101: The end of an era

    What a wild ride it's been over the last two years interviewing over 130+ guests over my two podcasts. In this episode, I explore why I started my podcast, the purpose it served in my life, and my tips for podcasting.


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    • 13 min
    Ep. 100: The Power of Grief with Jonny Miller

    Ep. 100: The Power of Grief with Jonny Miller

    Jonny Miller is the creator of the Nervous System Mastery program and host of the Curious Humans podcast. He is also an startup founder coach,  breathwork practitioner, and emotional resilience researcher. Previously he worked at Escape the City where he ran their startup accelerator program and helped to wake up the working world.

    Jonny's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonnym1ller


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    • 52 min
    Ep. 99: How To 10x Your Career Satisfaction with Katelyn Richards

    Ep. 99: How To 10x Your Career Satisfaction with Katelyn Richards

    Katelyn is a serial career pivoter, former recruiter turned Career Coach & Strategist with Crafted Careers, and the co-creator of Sweet Spot Careers, an online course designed to help unfulfilled professionals find their career sweet spot and finally land jobs where they can thrive.

    Over the years, she has had the privilege of recruiting and coaching hundreds of professionals for positions in industries that include healthcare, finance, human resources, tech, operations, higher education, and sales. Katelyn has conducted thousands of interviews, done more resume reviews than she can count, and currently helps dozens of job seekers each month navigate significant career transitions by sharing her insider’s knowledge of what companies are looking for in hiring top talent coupled with practical strategies to make it happen. 

    Katelyn's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katelyn-richards/

    Crafted Careers Website: https://www.crafted.careers/


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    • 44 min
    Ep: 98: Ex-Amish Turned Musician, Silicone Boone

    Ep: 98: Ex-Amish Turned Musician, Silicone Boone

    Silicone Boone is an Ex-Amish artist from the hills of eastern  Kentucky.  With minimal exposure to contemporary music in his formative years, his songs can feel both aged and newly born.  In 2019 he released  "The Reaches," a concept album on outer space that explores the seemingly endless reaches of human longing.

    Website: http://siliconeboone.com/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/siliconeboone


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    • 1 hr 39 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

kateruth07 ,

Powerful stories!

Taylor has such a knack for asking intentional questions that really draw out the best from her guests and their stories. There is so much wisdom to be gleaned from these episodes, especially for those who are early in their career and just trying to figure this whole thing out. If you are looking for a dose of encouragement with a side of practical insight, you’ve found the right place!

Roy the photographer ,

Must listen.

Taylor really cares about the businesses she talks to and you can really tell she listens deeply to what someone says in the post episode summary. I think this is one of those podcasts that ultimately is for anyone looking to do something interesting. It’s a great insight into the how’s and why’s of being not just an entrepreneur but being different. Highly recommend listening to this to really put a fire under yourself and motivate you into the next thing in your life.

Nutlope ,

Great questions and dialogue

Taylor is fantastic at guiding the conversation and asking interesting questions. Worth a listen!

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