Somewhere in Missouri is a podcast with a primary emphasis on creatives and professionals in a shorter episode interview style format.
11 | Beating the Burn Out with Ethan Bryan
This week we sat down with Springfield based author and baseball fanatic Ethan Bryan. We talked about his Catch365 project, his upcoming book of poetry and some of our favorite things about Springfield.
Note from the Host:
This will be the last weekly Podcast for Somewhere in Missouri before we pivot to a Bi-Weekly Schedule. We feel this is the more realistic and practical schedule to maintain while also running multiple businesses, websites, accounts, etc. We realized we were having to compromise on our high standard of quality as well as neglect other aspects of our local presence to produce this show on a weekly schedule while fitting in all other weekly tasks.
10 | Q&A 001 and Choosing Authenticity over B******t
With the SGF.LIFE office currently undergoing some maintenance, unable to pull a guest in for this week so took the opportunity to answer some of the most asked questions via our Instagram inbox including: The best Pizza in Springfield, How to embrace the growing pains of building a business on social media and choosing authenticity over faking it till you make it.
9 | Overcoming Adversity with Dakota Webb
In this week's episode I saw down with Pure Sweat Basketball trainer Dakota Webb. We discuss how he gave up stability to pursue his passion, nature versus nurture on the path to success, and building your brand from the ground up.
8 | The Big Cheesy with Vance Hall
This week on Somewhere in Missouri I sat down with Vance Hall of Downtown Springfield Grilled Cheese Joint Druffs. He opens up about how sobriety made him a better business owner, the stressors and misconceptions of running a restaurant and how the community played a part in Druffs' success.
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So much yes! Finally a local show that I can get on board with. Bye bye to crappy radio shows and hello to sensible local podcasts!