E101: Brooklyn Parks, Be a Friend
03/19/2019 | 58 Minutes
This week’s guest: Brooklyn Parks – She who passed up an earlier interest in Biology to become a starving artist – except she’s got it figured out. Graphic designer by day, dreamer by night. Go buy her first book, The Littlest Angel, at a shelf near you. This interview provides the backstory to the book and a contest to win a signed copy. Tune in and stay ticked.
E100: CURTIS ANDERSON, ALL IN
03/12/2019 | 90 Minutes
This week’s guest: Curtis Anderson – Entrepreneur of an IT services agency and a nurse staffing agency and former sports desk news intern. He’s spent his adult life making the pain of the solution less than the pain of the problem, with a little exercise-based swimming kicking in. And if you listen closely, you’ll discover he’s a big part of the inspiration behind starting this podcast. Stick around for the whole episode to hear a few final ticks and tick offs from Lib and Dalton.
E99: SCOTT NEEDHAM, ANALYZING AMAZON
03/05/2019 | 55 Minutes
This week’s guest: Scott Needham – Took his family business and built two tech companies serving Amazon sellers and brands. This former mom and pop shop currently provides the largest selection of products in the Amazon Prime program in the nation. With two computer engineering degrees, he’s analyzing consumer data, trends, and shipping all the stress to fulfillment centers while creating time to run marathons.
E98: STOPPAGE TIME, GROWING UP
02/26/2019 | 66 Minutes
This week’s guest: Lib, Ben and Dalton – It’s a Stoppage Time episode where the hosts sit back, relax, and discuss a topic that has us ticking. When was a time in your life when you felt like you’d made it as an adult? When were you punched in the face with adult life? As you grow up, what are you holding onto from your younger years, what are you letting go, and what are you working toward? We go the rounds on health, finance, hobbies, purchases, and future outlooks. “Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”