Heather is not your father’s accountant. That’s her brand and she lives up to it. How many CPAs do you know with a podcast? She is a great podcast host with a lot of enthusiasm. Listen to the episode or learn more about Heather’s work.
Below is a one minute snippet from the interview about Big Enough:
Before this interview, I had never had a discussion with Mitch, but we’ve been connected online for over thirteen years. It was so awesome to finally be able to talk with him.
This interview is interesting because it goes into the early stages of Common Craft videos, why they became popular, and what we did as a result. I respect Mitch’s perspective, as he’s a successful entrepreneur who has seen all sides, from big to small.
You can find the podcast at Mitch’s website or listen using the player below:
I am so excited to be on Donald Miller’s Building a StoryBrand podcast for a second time. We always have a great connection. His questions were mostly about Big Enough and building a lightweight business.
Through the course of the discussion, we discovered that we were both writing books on Orcas Island in 2011. Who knew?
From the moment I connected with Robin, it felt like we were friends. He’s in the west of England and I’m in the Pacific Northwest of the US. We’re thousands of miles apart but have similar interests and weather. Thankfully, we also share a fascination with business and entrepreneurship. I sincerely enjoyed our discussion.
Here are a few 30 second clips:
When I first talked to Alain about a podcast, I saw that we was in Montreal and his name was Alain Guillot. All signs pointed to him being a French speaker, or having a French-Canadian accent. It turns out he is Colombian, with a Hispanic accent. I brought this up and learned he has a French father.
Alain is a very genuine and thoughtful interviewer. He read BIG ENOUGH, which always makes a big difference. I enjoyed talking to him and I think you will enjoy the interview.
You can watch the interview here:
Learn more about BIG ENOUGH.
I learned about Louis and Kyle through a mutual connection and did a bit of research. Their show is new-ish and they are both college students. In terms of the podcasts that might move the needle in terms of book sales, this didn’t seem like a huge opportunity. But that didn’t matter. I was intrigued by two college students doing a podcast and looked forward to the conversation.
Here’s how they describe their show:
Sharing tools for success in entrepreneurship, investing, self-education, and fitness through interviews with inspiring mentors.
The interview ended up being one of my favorites, in part, because Louis had read the book and they were both full of observations and great questions. They showed a genuine interest and fascination with BIG ENOUGH and that made all the difference. They were also kind and engaged. I don’t have many college students close to me, so it was great to hear their perspectives.
Listen to the episode here or below:
Learn more about the Louis and Kyle Show.
Most of my interviews these days are focused on entrepreneurship and business, which is very much the subject of BIG ENOUGH. At the same time, Common Craft is well known in education and learning development. This discussion with Betty Dannewitz, of the podcast If You Ask Betty, was a cross-over and one I really enjoyed. Betty is funny and insightful. We discussed how learning professionals could approach building a business that’s big enough and the power/pain of intellectual property.
Listen to the entire episode below:
Mike Stopforth and I go way back. Despite being on opposite sides of the world, we have stayed connected since the early days of Common Craft. It was a joy to speak with him and hear his thoughts on BIG ENOUGH from a South African perspective.
Listen to the full interview here:Listen to The One-Eyed Man with Mike Stopforth
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This podcast episode will go down in Common Craft history because Sachi agreed to participate. She usually prefers to work behind the scenes, but made an exception for this podcast since it’s about couples who work together. This is your chance to hear Sachi’s voice and see that, despite her perceptions, she is awesome in interviews.
We loved speaking with Jeffrey and Jillian at Managing Partners and I think it shows through in the interview. They were super fun! Here’s a snippet that will serve as a preview: