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Ep. 57: Brandi Shigley Comes Back!

Brandi Shigley was the first guest I ever interviewed who I didn’t previously know. It was during that episode when Brandi shared the story of her adoption from The Philippines that I first knew I could do this podcast, and make it a success. Brandi likes to say that she “turns dreamers into doers” as…

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Ep. 56: The Laid Off Special with Neil and Kyle!

What’s it like to be laid off? I now know. I was laid off last week. As I thought about it, I wondered if others’ experiences were the same. So why not ask? I put the word out through my social networks and wondered if anyone would be willing to share their layoff story with…

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Ep. 55: Andrew Tucker – PGA Certified Golf Teaching Pro

Andrew Tucker can be found at Andrew Tucker Golf.com, and he is a PGA Certified Golf Teaching Professional. Andrew has been teaching golf for 25 years, 24 of those as a PGA Certified Pro, which puts him in the top 3% of all golf instructors. He’s actually been playing for 50 years, and on this…

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Ep. 54: Schuyler Totman – Master Coach, Boot Camp for New Dads

Schuyler Totman is a Master Coach at Boot Camp for New Dads. You’ll find him teaching Boot Camp for New Dads classes all over the Denver area five or more times per month. I met Schuyler as a “rookie dad” before my daughter was born, and I adored the class so much, I not only…

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Ep. 53: Brian O’Connell – Founder of Renegade Brewing Company

Brian O’Connell is the founder of Renegade Brewing Company. It’s a return of sorts since Brian was nice enough to let us feature his company in Episode 15 of the podcast, but this time we go even deeper into the craft beer industry with one of its most outspoken voices. When you call your company…

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Ep. 52: Fred Dreier – Freelance Sports Journalist

Fred Dreier is a freelance journalist who writes primarily about sports business, lifestyle and endurance sports and the marijuana industry. He also happens to be one of my oldest friends. I’d like to say this week’s episode goes in-depth into what the world of a journalist is like, but the truth is that we spend…

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Ep. 51: Jesse Crock – Fine Artist

You can find Jesse Crock’s art, fittingly, at Jesse Crock Art.com. You can also find him on this week’s episode of the Jon of All Trades Podcast, where he gives Jon insight into the world of a practicing artist. Jesse provides an interesting look at the journey his art takes from beginning inside of him,…

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Ep. 50: Adam Cayton-Holland – Comedian

Adam Cayton-Holland has built an impressive career in comedy for himself, and has done it on his own terms while based out of his home turf in Denver. When you hear most comedians talk, most of them have a similar ascent story as they gained popularity and notoriety in their home towns, then moved on…

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Ep. 49: Reyna Bryan – Founder of Recycling Is Sexy

Reyna Bryan is the founder of Recycling Is Sexy and Rainchild Design. Both of these entities aim to make our packaging, and, by extension, our world, more sustainable. Reyna is an engineer by trade, and Rainchild Design allows her to flex her engineering muscle as she consults with companies to aid in creating packaging that…

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Ep. 48: Ryan Nee – World Traveler, Blogger (Part 2)

Ryan Nee returns for part 2 of his conversation with Jon of All Trades, and this week’s episode picks up right where the previous one left off. Ryan shares a story about visiting his brother Bill in Chile, and describes an impromptu adventure visiting an active volcano, and then sledding back downhill for several miles,…

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