Nathan Sevedge asked to interview me for his Podcast Paragon. I agreed, and we set a date. Turns out, he was in the neighborhood, so we arranged to do it in person. Here’s what I appreciated about this podcast. It was real. Nathan brought questions I don’t often get asked when being interviewed.
I do a lot of podcasts. (Last week I counted twelve.) And I don’t share most of them, not because they aren’t good interviews, but because they’re a lot of the same stuff. And that’s fine. I get that when I’m going on someone else’s show, it’s unlikely their audience has heard me say the same thing 1000x times already. At the same time, I don’t want to keep sharing podcasts to my audience, where I’m saying the same thing 1000x times already.
I think you’ll enjoy this interview. We talk a lot about business, a bit about fitness, but mostly about accepting compromise for the things you want in life.