#98 - Andrew Dunn - Founder of Siempo on building tech to fight digital addiction, equity crowdfunding, and how our phones are controlling our brains

#98 - Andrew Dunn - Founder of Siempo on building tech to fight digital addiction, equity crowdfunding, and how our phones are controlling our brains

This week I spoke to Andrew Dunn, the founder of Siempo about building tech to fight digital addiction, how the world will change because of equity crowdfunding, and the race to the bottom of the brain stem.

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#96 - Shaina Conners - COO of Global Sisterhood on building global communities

#96 - Shaina Conners - COO of Global Sisterhood on building global communities

I interviewed Shaina Conners, COO of Global Sisterhood, about scaling a community, trusting her instincts, and moving cities.

This is one of my favorite conversations in a long time. In talking to Shaina, it just really feels like she *gets it*. I'm not sure exactly what I mean by that, but I have a feeling you'll understand once you listen to this episode...

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#93 - Michael Morgenstern - The Internet as a Stage, Pranking Sundance, and the Post-Truth World

#93 - Michael Morgenstern - The Internet as a Stage, Pranking Sundance, and the Post-Truth World

I sat down with filmmaker and thinker Michael Morgenstern to talk about his fascination with truth, the Internet, and how reality is becoming more and more warped each day. I found our discussion to be both terrifying and fascinating, but hearing how creative Michael gets in his pursuit of art is nothing short of inspiring to me.

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Episode 84 - Radha Agrawal

Episode 84 - Radha Agrawal

I had the pleasure of interviewing Radha Agrawal last year over the interwebs about the incredible community she's built with Daybreaker. Fast forward to now, she's now written Belong: Find Your People, Create Community, and Live a More Connected Life, and is on a book tour and happened to be in Los Angeles.

I had her over for an afternoon on the couch, and we talked about the loneliness epidemic that is infecting everything from politics to romance. She made me cry multiple times, because it hit me like a ton of bricks just how lonely so many of us are.

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Episode 79 - Leah V

Episode 79 - Leah V

Leah V. is a plus-size hijabi model, body-positive activist, and freelance writer. While attending her master’s program, she started to blog because she had gone through several eating disorders and was tired of sucking her stomach in while in public. She began being more candid about her struggles as a fat, Black Muslim growing up in Detroit and has been featured in HuffPost, Elle Magazine, and Buzzfeed. Just to name a few.

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Episode 77 - Arshiya Kherani (Sukoon) - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

Episode 77 - Arshiya Kherani (Sukoon) - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

This week I spoke to Founder and CEO of Sukoon, Arshiya Kherani, about why she decided to create a line of modest activewear, what wearing the hijab means to her as a practicing Muslim, and the breadth of her experiences as a female entrepreneur in New York City.

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Episode 76 - Christopher Rivas - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

Episode 76 - Christopher Rivas - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

This week I talked with Christopher Rivas about his obsession with storytelling, our shared distaste for social media in the context of it being more necessary than ever to curate a "personal brand," and why he stayed in Windsor Castle this summer. 

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Episode 70 - Ryan Jancula - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

Episode 70 - Ryan Jancula - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

I had the chance to sit down with one of my favorite people this week, Ryan Jancula. We talked about the economic difficulties our generation is facing, creative ways to become a homeowner, and how he was able to set goals for himself and then execute on his vision. 

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