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Imagine that someone comes up to you at a party and asks the usual small talk question "What do you do for a living?" If you're today's guest, Shayne Bushfield, the answer is something along the lines of "I created and run an online competitive trivia league with tens of thousands of members." Definitely not your typical job, but thanks to Shayne, …
 
Cirque du Soleil - the name conjures up images of fantastically dressed acrobats flying through the air, twisting themselves into unfathomable shapes, and creating a unique mix of art, performance, music, and clowning that takes you out of your everyday life. Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Katy Holtkamp, a singer with Cirque du Soleil, w…
 
Despite what you may have been led to believe, it turns out that clergy are just like us! Or at least today's guest, Rabbi Moshe Smolkin, doesn't put his pants on with the help of any angels. His approach to the work of a rabbi fosters understanding and community while diving deep into the questions raised throughout Jewish history that continue to…
 
Growing up in the American West, I romanticized the open road as a kid and the idea of being the lone hero behind the wheel of a big rig. In today's episode, I'm talking with truck driver Mike Nattress about his decades-long career behind the wheel of various large vehicles. Most important takeaway? We all need to get off our phones while we're dri…
 
Today I'm talking with Lindsay Harrison about her career as an international diplomat! While you may not see her speaking from a podium at the G7 summit, her work as an American Foreign Service Officer supports Americans living and traveling abroad, as well as advancing American interests overseas. Moving countries every 2-3 years isn't for the fai…
 
Though movie stars may get tons of recognition, everyone knows that the true power in filmmaking sits in the director's chair. Today, I'm talking with film director Chris Lang about his work in films and how he's made his way up the ladder through various departments to develop his own vision and bring that vision to life directing his own movies. …
 
Confession: my mom and I have talked for years about hosting a mother-daughter classical radio show, so I was VERY excited to interview this week's guest, classical music radio show host Chris Morrison! Chris takes us on a journey of his experiences in radio broadcast journalism, music appreciation, and other tidbits, such as getting approached by …
 
"If it's speaking to you listen. If it's singing to you, buy it." So says Chris Cummings, today's guest and a professional art dealer about our reactions to art pieces. Art can be an intimidating field to enter as a newbie - as an artist, consumer, you name it. But talking with Chris helps to ease that anxiety with his reassurance that art can be f…
 
You know those talented multilingual people who effortlessly switch back and forth between languages, helping us understand what other people are saying in real time? Whether doing American Sign Language interpretation for Megan Thee Stallion at a concert, helping doctors and patients communicate, or working at the UN, interpreters facilitate conve…
 
Today's episode features a conversation with Leigh Schanfein, a professional freelance ballet dancer and biomechanics scientist. Her career has included dancing for Hannibal Burress, teaching ballet in Montana, and conducting research at the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries at NYU. Whether changing costumes in a park or being a role model for her…
 
If you, like me, are a fan of exciting experiences in new places, then you'll really enjoy today's conversation with Kirsten Gardner, an expert in high-end travel. Her insight takes us around the world and shows us how some luxury travel organizations are incorporating sustainability and inclusivity into their business. Don't let the name throw you…
 
This week's interview is with Jackie Hueftle, a professional rock climbing route setter - that person who decides where to put those brightly colored rock "holds" that you see on a climbing gym wall. In addition to her trailblazing work making rock climbing more inclusive and diversifying route setting itself, she also co-owns a small business that…
 
In the third episode, I get to chat with not one, but two architects about their work. Emili McMakin of Form & Function Architecture and Karen Lange of Waterleaf Architecture share their experiences, including the constant need to design bathrooms and the difficulty of letting go of a building they've created. We discuss the crucial questions: What…
 
Hi listeners, here is a small excerpt from my conversation with last week's guest Dan that wasn't included in the original episode. I found this part particularly interesting, though, and thought it deserved some attention. I hope you find it thought provoking - if so, please feel free to share those thoughts via Facebook, Instagram, or the podcast…
 
Welcome to My Dilettante Life, a podcast featuring interviews with people working in interesting fields, talking about their experiences. My first interview is with artist Julia Vogl, who shares her philosophy behind creating social art that's meant for everyone, as well as her personal journey toward being a professional artist that doesn't fit wi…
 
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