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“What Are You Failing At?”

“What Are You Failing At?” is a series of short conversations with people from a variety of different backgrounds on what they’re currently failing at and what strategies they’re currently employing to cope with and/or conquer those failures. The aim of the show is to highlight the fact that vulnerability is an inherent part of the human condition while affirming the strength and wisdom that comes from honestly, openly, and sometimes humorously revealing our not-so successful side. The style of the podcast will be casual and conversational (no need to be pretty or pretentious when vulnerability is the main theme) and my goal is to keep each episode under 10 minutes.

You can listen to our conversation in three ways:

1) Listen right here on the blog by clicking the play button below

2) Listen via my channel on Podomatic by clicking here.

3) Listen via the YouTube clip embedded below.

Kathy Kinney on life in Hollywood, the pursuit of happiness, & the power of literacy

Kathy KinneyOn the latest episode of Conversations with FiFi & TK, Kathy Kinney (Mrs. P and The Drew Carey show) joined Fiona MacNeil & I to discuss her personal life philosophy, her passion for helping others, her recent efforts to support literacy among children, and her thoughts on how to live a more fulfilling life.

You can listen to the podcast in two ways:

1) Listen right here on the blog by clicking the play button below.

2) Listen via our channel on Podomatic by clicking here.

Also feel free to subscribe to our podcast on itunes by clicking here

I hope you enjoy.

Cheers,

T.K. Coleman

Give mediocrity the middle finger: An interview with Ashley Ambirge

Ashley-AmbirgeOne of the first blog posts that made me get off my butt and start making things happen is a piece by Ashley Ambirge, founder of The Middle Finger Project, called “You don’t need a job–You need guts.”

Last week, I had a chance to hop on the phone with Ashley and we discussed her thoughts on success, pushing the envelope, the value of being yourself, and how she went from being homeless to being featured in Entrepreneur Magazine.

You can listen to our conversation in two ways:

1) Listen right here on the blog by clicking the play button below

2) Listen via my channel on Podomatic by clicking here.

Don’t go to College: Isaac Morehouse on education, entrepreneurship, and what it takes to succeed in the real world

According to Isaac Morehouse, if we taught children how to ride bicycles in the same way we teach them in school, we’d have a world of people who knew lots of facts about bikes but lacked the ability to actually ride them.

Join FiFi & T.K. as they converse with Isaac about why a traditional college education wont cut it in the real world, why many college graduates feel lied to and ripped off, how education differs from schooling, and how Praxis can help students develop the practical skills that will help them survive and thrive in the emerging creative economy.

You can listen to the podcast in three ways:

1) Listen right here on the blog by clicking the play button below

2) Listen via our channel on Podomatic by clicking here.

3) Listen via the YouTube clip embedded below.

I hope you enjoy the latest episode of Conversations with FiFi & TK.

Cheers,

T.K.

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