Welcome to The Serendipitous Channel! This podcast channel is curated by YesLouisville.com and features Jason Mudd and a host of other friends. Subscribe for content ranging from daily words of inspiration to deep dive conversations with business and social leaders. We highlight the people doing things that don't always make the headlines, nationally and locally. We do this because so much goes on in this world that doesn't get talked about, yet is so cool and so critical to the workings of society. The secret to life really is in the cliche´. #DiscoverYourCity #DiscoverYOU
Do Things That Will Make Life After The Crisis Better. And Be Grateful. | #TheGreatPause2020
Be extra grateful to those who are showing up for work, nurses and doctors (but mainly nurses) who are helping to heal people, and pretty much anyone who is keeping things running. I appreciate each and every one of you! Keep up the fantastic work!
It’s important to lean on people during times of stress and uncertainty. Check on your people! Remember- you are not alone during this time of responsible isolation. So this also makes it a great time to share some ways that we are coping with the increased time for ourselves.
Listen in to my in-car rant on the subject! This originally aired on Facebook as a live video. For more great stuff, check out YesLouisville.com! Follow the author at Instagram.com/Mahatmudd.
#502LeaderSeries: Nermin Djulalich & Jason Mudd Part 3 Immigrant Entrepreneur Learns The Ropes
This is the final installment of our 3 part #502LeaderSeries chat with immigrant and entrepreneur Nermin Djulalich. You don't want to miss this show- in this episode, we chat about how so many people think they want to be number one in the organization, but they have no idea that the reality is much different than what they think.
If you haven't listened to the previous two parts it would behoove you to do so. Or you can listen to the full show that's coming later. It features all three parts for a seamless experience. Follow YesLouisville.com for more info and more great life lessons!
The Second Part Of Nermin Dulalich's Immigrant Turned Entrepreneur Story #502LeaderSeries
Part two of our #502LeaderSeries mini-series featuring immigrant refugee Nermin Dulalich!
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This Refugee Immigrant Found The Key To Becoming A Thriving Entrepreneur #502LeaderSeries
This episode of the #502LeaderSeries is the first installment of a three-part series where our founder and host Jason Mudd chats with a guy that epitomizes the American spirit and is living out what many would call the intended American dream. His name is Nermin Dulalich and he immigrated from Bosnia to the United States as a refugee with his brother and mother during the Bosnian War. Like many immigrants, his journey is much more complex and multifaceted than anyone would imagine. But we know that pain and adversity can bring out some amazing traits in the right people, and today Nermin is a thriving entrepreneur and mentor in our wonderful city of Louisville.
Have a listen to his story of success-thru-struggle that may be more relatable to your own journey than you might think. Don't forget to hit that SUBSCRIBE button so you don't miss the rest of the story.
Antigona Mehani Is Helping To Define A Better American Dream #502LeaderSeries Show
Antigona Mehani came to the USA at age 11. Her home country is Kosovo, a war-torn state in southeastern Europe which as subject to a territorial dispute with Serbia. Her childhood was one of survival and didn't have a concept of a future that I grew up planning for. She credits this with a rushed path to adulthood and the self-awareness and compassion that has led her to be a mentor, advisor, and advocate for countless refugees, immigrants, and anyone else who feels underserved by a system that maintains that it was created for people just like her.
War-torn is a relative term, and we have many war-torn families and communities right here in the US. Right here in Louisville, KY. Check out this conversation that was supposed to run about 30 minutes but ended up being almost 90. It's just that good.
If you want to connect with Antigona or learn more about her work, please look her up on Facebook at @antigonemehani. You can find out more about the American Community Center, where she serves as Director of Development, at http://americanacc.org/about-us/staff.
Thanks for listening! Please share this on your social channels- you never know who may need to hear it. If you would like to connect with Jason Mudd, he can be found on Instagram at @MahatMudd.
Defining Work #OnMuddsMiind
A very funny comedian who left the party way too early, Mitch Hedberg, has a bit that references the cheesy 80's commercials that would take a product and run over it with a steam roller to prove the product's durability. Or something. But Mitch was smart. Even better, he was cleaver. So he made the turn a question: "well what runs over the steamroller to assure it's quality?"
So what's my point?
My point is that pretty much everything, at some point, is held to a standard. This includes words, which, regardless of how you or I choose to use them, have a set meaning that was made long before you or me
Yet somehow we still mess them up. Here's a little rant from me about the real definition of 'work'..
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Inspire the City!
And this is exactly what Jason does with his Yes Louisville podcast. I've found myself inspired countless times listening to the local leaders tell their stories of success and failures. Being local, really creates a relatable environment as I'm familiar with or personally know some of his guests.
I love the show, keep profiling the excellent leaders in our area!
Thank you! I love this city! I love it's leaders, keep the podcasts coming!