4 episodes

I own a coffee shop. I meet amazing people. These are their stories.

The Coffee Life Sean Scott

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 27 Ratings

I own a coffee shop. I meet amazing people. These are their stories.

    Seth Crowell of Sage Strength & Conditioning

    Seth Crowell of Sage Strength & Conditioning

    Ep 59- Fitness training comes in many different shapes and forms. Seth found his path in college and hasn't looked back. A computer programmer turned coach, his ability to understand precision and function has found him a niche in training high school athletes (along with his other general fitness minded clients.)

    Find out more at:
    www.sagestrength.com

    • 38 min
    Taking the stage again . . . Dusty Redmon of Beloved

    Taking the stage again . . . Dusty Redmon of Beloved

    Ep 58- Had a great time hearing about the journey of one of NC's legendary rock bands, Beloved, with their guitarist, Dusty Redmon. They rose through the ranks of the hardcore scene of the early 2000's touring with bands like Norma Jean and Underoath. They're back for a couple shows including the 20th anniversary of Furnace Fest.

    Find out more at:
    https://www.furnacefest.us/
    @beloved.nc
    @crenshawpentecostal

    • 39 min
    Dreaming Big w/ Sayso Coffee

    Dreaming Big w/ Sayso Coffee

    Ep 57- The process often isn't what you'd expect. Opportunities present themselves when you're not looking and sometimes unprepared. But those moments can define your future! Love to hear the ground up journey of Kylan and Rebekah Reasoner of Sayso Coffee.

    Find out more at @saysocoffee.

    • 30 min
    Rollerskating & Poetry w/ Spencer Aubrey

    Rollerskating & Poetry w/ Spencer Aubrey

    Ep 56- Spencer Aubrey is one of those genuine souls that you benefit from just by meeting him. He's an incredibly talented writer amidst other things. He shares about his journey to discovering poetry, writing for Barista Magazine and perspective vs truth.

    Find out more at:
    www.psatthedesk.com
    www.baristamagazine.com
    www.knowncoffee.com

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

HB1503 ,

great perspectives

Great "real" conversations. I'm always inspired to think outside myself and my own life circumstances. Stories are being lived out all over the world, and this is a great way to experience them.

SaltyRooster27 ,

Insight

The coffee life is a look into the people of West Palm Beach and what makes the City tick. Pour yourself some joe and listen to a whole City go by.

Jwall7217 ,

Two of my favorite things.

It’s hard to find solid local podcasts. Episodes that genuinely carry substance are skipped over in favor of mass production in this crazy podcast world. The Coffee Life is not that type of podcast. Genuine, relational, and creative. I’ve found the series to be enjoyable right from the start. Keep it going Sean, you’re onto something here!

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