Most podcasts that talk to or about “successful people” focus on “what it’s like today.” This leaves out the most important parts of the picture, “What it WAS like, and what happened.”
Our format concerns itself with all three parts of a person’s story, which is:
What it was like (where and how you got started)?”
What happened (what were some of the darkest times like, and how did you get through it)?br
What it’s like today (what you bring to the table these days).
We want to inspire you by bringing out the parts of a person’s story that really made them who they are today. This is the part people can relate to, and the part we feel that other podcasts out there are missing big time.
It’s exciting to learn about how successful a person is, but it is inspiring to learn what things they did to overcome the things that were blocking them along the way, especially when many of us just need to get out of our own way!
Belly Button Bloggers with Chris Brogan
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Chris says that nobody knows who he is.
I met Chris originally on Twitter.
Social Media Pub Crawl with Brooke B. Sellas
Brooke was a “devil” child for a while, so she’s glad social media wasn’t around back then. By the time social media was around, Brooke had reverted back to an angel.
Why the Girl Became a Cat with Shanna Forrestall
Shanna was a good student. Not a science or math person. It took her awhile to find her “art.” She was creative, but what about practical skills?
She played a lot. She loved creating imaginary worlds and stories.
30 Blank Pages to Fill with Jill Konrath
Sales is an ugly term to a lot of people. And Jill was a nerd growing up. By the time she had her first idea for a new business she was asked, "who's going to sell it?"
Neither she nor her partners had any interest in selling.
The Possibilitarian with Ed Kless
Ed Kless is a self proclaimed "possibilitarian."
What may be unique about Ed's particular struggles is that they happened as a RESULT of his success instead of on his way to it.
Unleashing the Power of the Feminine for Success and Fulfillment
What Barbara learned most from childhood was to be a chameleon. She was in a military family and they moved a lot.
Barbara’s mom had a good job (especially for then) before marrying her father. Once she was married she left that job.
Bookkeeper that loves this podcast!
I love this podcast! There are so many out there to listen to that are work related. But this one is one of my favorite. Because it is not your typical accountant (boring) podcast. Seth and Erica have a great rapport and the show flows smoothly. They also have great engaging guests. Highly Highly recommend!