Getting Unstuck, Becoming an Artist, and Developing Your Voice with Scott Aasman

Scott Aasman is an artist, illustrator, and, until recently, a carpenter working out of Hamilton, Ontario where he lives with his wife Michelle and their two children. I had a great time exploring Scott’s work, his identity, and his approach to both his creative process and his career. I left this interview feeling inspired. And I think you will too.

Better Sleep and Trial and Error Entrepreneurship with Mark Zhang

Mark Zhang tried a lot of things before starting his current company, Manta Sleep. As I reflect on this interview that you’re about to hear, I’m most impressed by our conversation about his trial and error approach to entrepreneurship. There’s an important lesson for all of us in this. We rarely get it right the first time. Our first thing is rarely our one thing….

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Mentorship, Life Themes, and Firing Yourself with Adam Anderson

I needed today’s conversation so much. Both this interview and the last one we release came while I was in a bit of an inflection point professionally with one of my other projects. As many of you know, I have run a few businesses. One of which was in a bit of turmoil. I’m happy to say now, that we came out the other side…

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Mindset, Fear, and High Level Performance with Itamar Marani

There’s an old saying: when the student is ready, the teacher appears. I looked this up, trying to find where it came from. It’s pretty unclear. But it’s a truth that you know when you experience it. When you’re ready to level up and learn something, related things hit you differently. Certain interactions carry more weight and penetrate you deeper than they might have in…

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