56 min

Community & Entrepreneurship: The Zuckerberg Institute Take Me To Coffee

    • Performing Arts

Today we have coffee with the co-founders of The Zuckerberg Institute, Randi Zuckerberg's new initiative for entrepreneurs around the globe. We hear about Brian Patrick Murphy's biggest failure in business and what he learned from it, what it was like for Michael Littig to start a non-profit in a conflict zone, and we do a lot of talking about why the struggle is what to love the most when you're building something.


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Who doesn’t want free advice from people that are wildly successful and probably more good looking than we are? In most careers, mentorship is a built-in part of the process, but as theatre people, Andrew (Hamilton) and Jess (Broadway Unlocked) always wished they had more opportunity and acess. Which is exactly why each week they’re taking you to coffee with some of the most incredible folx they can find, from Broadway to TV to YouTube to Sports to Historians to Entrepreneurship. We set up the coffee date and you become a part of the podcast as our guests answer your most burning questions. All without anyone having to leave the comfort of the internet (or put pants on tbh).


If you’re like us, and wish you had more access to smart, funny people who can help inspire you, this is your podcast! Anything goes on TM2C, so buckle up and leave us a VideoAsk to be a guest on the show and be mentored on air.


Oh! And come hang out with us on the internets!


Twitter/Insta/FB
@tm2cpodcast


Jess
@jessicaryannyla


Andrew
@theandrewcall


☕️☕️☕️


This episode was produced by wonderwoman Emily Ho.
Check her out on the Insta:
@mediaby.emily
Special Guest: The Zuckerberg Institute.
Support Take Me To Coffee
Links:
The Zuckerberg InstituteThe Startup Story: Michael LittigGiddy On Up

Today we have coffee with the co-founders of The Zuckerberg Institute, Randi Zuckerberg's new initiative for entrepreneurs around the globe. We hear about Brian Patrick Murphy's biggest failure in business and what he learned from it, what it was like for Michael Littig to start a non-profit in a conflict zone, and we do a lot of talking about why the struggle is what to love the most when you're building something.


☕️☕️☕️


Who doesn’t want free advice from people that are wildly successful and probably more good looking than we are? In most careers, mentorship is a built-in part of the process, but as theatre people, Andrew (Hamilton) and Jess (Broadway Unlocked) always wished they had more opportunity and acess. Which is exactly why each week they’re taking you to coffee with some of the most incredible folx they can find, from Broadway to TV to YouTube to Sports to Historians to Entrepreneurship. We set up the coffee date and you become a part of the podcast as our guests answer your most burning questions. All without anyone having to leave the comfort of the internet (or put pants on tbh).


If you’re like us, and wish you had more access to smart, funny people who can help inspire you, this is your podcast! Anything goes on TM2C, so buckle up and leave us a VideoAsk to be a guest on the show and be mentored on air.


Oh! And come hang out with us on the internets!


Twitter/Insta/FB
@tm2cpodcast


Jess
@jessicaryannyla


Andrew
@theandrewcall


☕️☕️☕️


This episode was produced by wonderwoman Emily Ho.
Check her out on the Insta:
@mediaby.emily
Special Guest: The Zuckerberg Institute.
Support Take Me To Coffee
Links:
The Zuckerberg InstituteThe Startup Story: Michael LittigGiddy On Up

56 min