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Feisworld Podcast and Blog is a platform created to celebrate stories from sung and unsung heroes.

Feisworld Podcast and Blog is a platform created to celebrate stories from sung and unsung heroes.
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Feisworld Podcast and Blog is a platform created to celebrate stories from sung and unsung heroes.

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@feisworld

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Episodes

[Rebroadcast] Danielle LeVeck (Part 2): The Angel Behind Nurse Abnormalities

5/31/2019
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About Our Guest Danielle LeVeck is a nurse and she's the master behind her insanely engaging Instagram channel (@nurseabnormalities). On average, each of her post receives more than 100 comments within the first 24 hours. As a nurse, Danielle started her career in cardiac critical care. She then transitioned to cardiac surgical critical care, ICU travel nursing, and medical-surgical ICU patients. A few years ago, she decided to share stories about these “nurse abnormalities” because every...

Duration:00:30:58

[Rebroadcast] Danielle LeVeck (Part 1): The Angel Behind Nurse Abnormalities

5/31/2019
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About Our Guest Danielle LeVeck is a nurse and she's the master behind her insanely engaging Instagram channel (@nurseabnormalities). On average, each of her post receives more than 100 comments within the first 24 hours. As a nurse, Danielle started her career in cardiac critical care. She then transitioned to cardiac surgical critical care, ICU travel nursing, and medical-surgical ICU patients. A few years ago, she decided to share stories about these “nurse abnormalities” because every...

Duration:00:29:05

[Rebroadcast] Nonstop Dan (Part 2): How You Can Travel the World on Below-Average Income

5/17/2019
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About Our Guest Nonstop Dan started his YouTube channel at age of 12. Since then, he continued to produce engaging content on YouTube (226K subscribers as of October 2018) and travel around the world (often in first and business class) while earning a below-average income (i.e. based on US income average as of 2018). By the way, he’s only 20 years old! Who is this guy? How does he do it? Exactly. This is why I had to invite Nonstop Dan to the podcast. This podcast is for you if you want...

Duration:00:27:38

[Rebroadcast] Nonstop Dan (Part 1): How You Can Travel the World on Below-Average Income

5/17/2019
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About Our Guest Nonstop Dan started his YouTube channel at age of 12. Since then, he continued to produce engaging content on YouTube (226K subscribers as of October 2018) and travel around the world (often in first and business class) while earning a below-average income (i.e. based on US income average as of 2018). By the way, he’s only 20 years old! Who is this guy? How does he do it? Exactly. This is why I had to invite Nonstop Dan to the podcast. This podcast is for you if you want...

Duration:00:35:56

Ep 205. Erik Bergman: Making Money and Giving It All Away

5/10/2019
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What would you do if you just made 15 million dollars? Our guest Erik Bergman did just that. Two years ago, his first company went public. He made 15 million dollars, in one day, on his 28th birthday. Erik Bergman is now 31, lives and works in Malta. Born and raised in Sweden, he comes from an ordinary family. His parents managed to send him to a fancy private school. Unfortunately, he always felt like “the poor kid” in a place where he didn’t belong. That experience that had a big impact...

Duration:01:13:59

Ep 204. Neil Moore: Understand Behavior Mechanics and What Drives Us

5/2/2019
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Neil Moore believes everyone is musical. He is the Founder and Executive Director of the Simply Music Institute of Learning & Education. He is also the creator of the Simply Music Piano Method. Born in 1957 in Melbourne, Australia, and began studying piano at the age of 7, he has since then spent most of his life actively involved in ‘playing-based’ music learning. This is also an exploratory conversation about behavior mechanics. Neil has a few things to say about Behavior Mechanics. He...

Duration:00:51:59

Ep 203. Gareth Martin: Conversation with a Ridiculous Human

4/26/2019
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Gareth Martin is a podcaster and executive lifestyle coach. He was born and raised in beautiful South Africa and is now living and working in London, UK. Moving to London was a decision he made in his late teens after visiting the city from South Africa. He completely fell in love with it and decided to stay. After spending more than 10 years working as a banker, Gareth decided to build his own business. Gareth is the type of person who is engaging, optimistic, and incredibly warm. When...

Duration:00:50:59

Ep 202. Jessica Zitter: The Reality of What’s Valued in Medicine vs. How We Value Ourselves

4/19/2019
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Today on Feisworld, I’m joined by palliative care doctor, speaker and educator Dr. Jessica Zitter. Dr. Zitter is a national advocate for transforming the way people die in America and is the author of the newly released book Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life. Her work is also featured in the Academy and Emmy-nominated short documentary “Extremis,” available on Netflix.

Duration:00:47:46

Ep 201: Tammy Gooler Loeb: How To Discover What Success Means To You

4/11/2019
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Tammy Gooler Loeb is a Career and Executive Coach. We’ve had a few seasoned coaches on the show so far, but they are all quite different in terms of their backgrounds, the profiles of their customers, and generally how they go about running their business. Tammy isn’t just a coach, she’s also part of a thriving podcaster community with me called altPodcasters, started by Feisworld since October 2014. I’m thrilled to see her launching her show as of December 2018 called Work from the Inside...

Duration:00:42:16

Ep 200. Seth Godin: Make a Ruckus

4/5/2019
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About Our Guest In his own words: “For more than thirty years, I’ve been trying to turn on lights, inspire people and teach them how to level up.” His blog has been appearing daily for more than a decade. I’ve spent most of his professional life as a writer and published 19 bestselling books. More than 60,000 people have taken his online courses (including me). Over the past 15 years, I had many ups and downs in my life and the one guru I kept turning to without ever meeting in person was...

Duration:00:33:09

Ep 199. Ben Smith (Writer for HBO's Barry): Embracing the Messiness and the Fun of Writing

3/29/2019
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Ben Smith is a writer, producer and director. His most recent project is the popular HBO TV Show called Barry, for which he worked as a writer and co-producer. Prior to that, he wrote for Trophy Wife on ABC, Benched on USA, Other Space on the Yahoo streaming platform, Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix with Drew Barrymore. Plus his own projects - Gentleman Lobsters and Meet Cute. Born and raised in Lexington, MA - Ben’s mom is Chinese so we were able to chat about what it means to grow up...

Duration:00:54:32

Ep 198. Chinwe Esimai: Don’t Let Any of Your Differences Stop You From Bringing Your Full Self

3/22/2019
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Chinwe Esimai is a Nigerian-born, Harvard-trained lawyer who is passionate about inspiring generations of immigrant women leaders. Along with her mother, three brothers, and sister, she relocated to the United States in 1995, right before college. Chinwe graduated from the City College of New York with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and received her JD from Harvard Law School. Today, she works for Citi as the Managing Director - Chief Anti-Bribery & Corruption Officer. With a...

Duration:00:31:33

Ep 197. Jacob Lacourse from Adapt the World©: Make Something. Help Someone.

3/14/2019
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About Our Guest Jacob Lacourse is the founder of Adapt the World Labs., where a husband and wife team “see the benefit of using technology to help people with extra needs, and we aim to leverage technology to solve challenges and enhance the lives of the most vulnerable among us.” As an element of their main mission, Jake and Beth Lacourse bring awareness and fund raising to a specific rare disease known as Usher syndrome. “We are the parents of two beautiful children, one of which is...

Duration:00:34:13

Ep 196. Melissa Smith: Virtual Assistant Matchmaker, Work From Anywhere

3/7/2019
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About Our Guest Melissa Smith is a Virtual Assistant Matchmaker, VA Trainer, Remote Work Consultant & Author featured in CareerBuilder, Spark Hire, The Muse, Thinkific, & Woman's World. I met her at Dorie Clark’s Writing Workshop in Boston. After learning more about her business, I knew instantly that her knowledge will add tremendous value to our listeners on Feisworld Podcast. In this episode, you’ll learn how to: Overcome your fear (Melissa feared flying her whole life until…) Deal...

Duration:00:43:23

Ep 195. Ed Gregory: Popular YouTuber, Photographer, ex-Blue Man

2/28/2019
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Ed Gregory, founder of Photos in Color on YouTube, is a master photographer in Lightroom, Photoshop and photography tutorials. Ed is the second successful YouTube we’ve interviewed on the show (first guest was Bob from FlavCity). With nearly 300K subscriber on Youtube, over 15 million page viewers, Ed is quite a celebrity among the people who follow his work. (A side note on how YouTubers make money: it actually has nothing to do with the number of subscribers but individual video...

Duration:00:51:17

Ep 194. How Podcasters Make (More) Money Without Advertisers and Sponsors

2/21/2019
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Two years ago, my beloved mentor Dorie Clark and I had coffee near the financial district in New York City. I told her how my podcast was the trigger for my business, Feisworld. I left my full-time job in advertising and began freelancing as a digital producer for companies and people. Many of them met me through the podcast as guests, friends of guests, and even listeners. She urged me to write a blog post, and I came up with a name I was quite proud of called “How to Make a Living Without...

Duration:00:09:07

Ep 193. Malaika Haaning: From Parsons to ZERO WASTE Fashion

2/16/2019
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Malaika Haaning is a sustainable fashion designer and founder of Malaika New York. “Malaika branded garments using a technique that minimizes waste. The apparel industry is one of the biggest waste-producing industries. Much of the excess materials created in the apparel industry end up in landfills. By implementing Zero Waste Patterns, we are able to strategically drape the fabric in such a way so little to no materials are wasted.” Malaika is originally from Denmark. After working in...

Duration:00:50:53

Ep 192. Welcome to the Year of the Pig!

2/8/2019
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On February 5th, 2019, we celebrated the Chinese New Year, also known as the year of the pig! This is going to be a colorful and dare I say, delicious episode! Nearly 200 episodes of the Feisworld Podcast have been released, and we’ve spent a good amount of time talking about China, where I grew up, but we’ve yet covered any topics on traditions, myths, taboos, superstitions. Instead of going right back to the Docuseries minis and regular interview episodes, I thought it’s an opportunity...

Duration:00:11:34

Ep 191. Sophia Skiles on Shakespeare VI: Asian American Artists Making American Theatre

2/1/2019
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Sophia Skiles is a theater performer and theater educator. She has performed in work directed by many including Anne Bogart, Richard Foreman, Mary Zimmerman with strong ties to Ma-Yi Theater and National Asian American Theater Company. With over 20 years of experience in acting and teaching, Sophia taught in public schools through out NYC, pre-college students at Northwestern. “Shakespeare as a dramatist is someone who invites radical remaking of power. He gives language to women, who were...

Duration:00:52:29

Ep 190. Docuseries Mini 106: How to seek out the right people for your docuseries team?

1/24/2019
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Who helped you make this film? For a while (and still today), people ask me this question all the time. Knowing that I didn’t come from a filmmaking background, I clearly didn’t do this on my own. Nobody can shoot a docuseries by himself. Well, not the type of docuseries we are going after anyway. I heard the smallest successful team can be just two people. You can find their stories on YouTube, pretty amazing actually. Our story is kinda memorable too. Of the three people I traveled with,...

Duration:00:11:12