Choose Your Own Adventure!
David Sherry was a college kid who didn’t act like other college kids. He ignored conventional wisdom and traditional “career paths” to turn a project into a business. In 2013 he founded Death to Stock. After a bunch of failed attempts to get larger companies to buy into a creative road trip, he decided to just share with his own audience. David talks diet, investing in yourself, and unlearning.
Career Shifts Chris McAlister has authored 5 books, spoken to groups large and small, and built himself a six-figured business all while spending loads of time with his family and investing into his friends. But this wasn’t some sort of instant success. It took loads and loads of lessons-learned, pivots, and career shifts. On a […]
What We Learned In this season finale episode of the podcast, we sit down with The Wonder Jam’s entire team to discuss what everyone has learned this summer. We talk with Annie Webster, Erika Strohecker, Olivia Jocson and Michael Tedesco about the individual projects they’ve been working on, and of course to analyze a wide variety of celebrity headlines. […]
Celebrity Headlines & Other Randomness Adam & Allie sit down to discuss some important questions like “What Celebrity Headlines Have Caught Your Attention?” “What Have you Learned from the 100 Day Project?” and “What Would You Do If You Were Started Another Business Right Now?” This episode also reveals the voice of producer Michael Tedesco. […]
Building a Remote Team In this episode we sit down with Kate Finley, of Belle Communications, a digital PR agency that specializes in restaurant, lifestyle and non-profit brand marketing. Kate talks about how she built her team without having an actual shared workplace, and how the remote team stays connected. She also discusses having to […]
How Do you Handle Being Sick as a Small Business Owner? Two weeks into 2018 and we’re finally both back in the office for the first time since the New Year. After dealing with back-to-back illnesses that kept each of us out of the office, we decided to dedicate this episode to talking about how […]
You’ll Figure It Out! Geri Peacock started Cherbourg Bakery 8 years ago by following her curiosity, saying “yes,” and figuring it out as she went. And today she’s growing the bakery using those same principles. In this episode, Geri talks about her humble beginnings, her next stages of growth, and how she works to keep […]
Choose Your Own Adventure! David Sherry was a college kid who didn’t act like other college kids. He ignored conventional wisdom and traditional “career paths” to turn a project into a business. In 2013 he founded Death to Stock. After a bunch of failed attempts to get larger companies to buy into a creative road […]
Working as an Artist In 2013 Danielle Evans combined her love of lettering, design, photography, and eating to create food typography. In this episode, Danielle discusses the courageous move to become a full-time artist in a niche field. We also talk about knowing your worth as an artist and being comfortable charging for your work and time. Danielle also […]
Is Personality Testing Even Helpful? Adam and Allie discuss how people with multiple skillsets can amplify what they want to be known for. They talk to The Wonder Jam’s developer, Matt Hart, about specialization and balancing work with other creative passions. Matt also describes the benefits of being a member of a team, as opposed to […]
Social Media, Literary Food & Marketing Small Businesses Rebecca Ritchey aka Eating Books is a digital media consultant and freelance writer. On Rebecca’s blog she shares fictional food photography, literary musings, travel stories and business tips. In this episode of the podcast we talk about how Eating Books came to be, and which social media platform is Rebecca’s […]