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Are you struggling to create a career that you love? Do you wonder if you could hold multiple jobs and projects at once? A Portfolio Career is here to answer your questions. David Nebinski talks with people who have designed Portfolio Career that allows for growth, resiliency, and happiness. Tune in to learn how to create a Portfolio Career of your own. Let's have some fun!
 
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We often think about physical fitness, but what about your emotional fitness and mental health? Alexa Meyer is the Cofounder and CEO of Coa, a company that is making emotional fitness a proactive practice with group classes led by therapists. In this live podcast social event episode, you will learn the 7 traits of emotional fitness, how Alexa conn…
 
Do the best opportunities and feelings typically happen when you bet on yourself? Ann Hiatt is the author of Bet On Yourself. She is also a pioneer of the Chief of Staff role. She has worked with Jeff Bezos, Eric Schmidt, and Marissa Mayer. In this episode, you will learn about the Chief of Staff role, earning respect from high-profile people, brea…
 
Could your personal project accelerate your career? I was lucky to be invited to speak at a Propel, a community for builders, event recently. The interactive session was focused on how podcasting for 4 years has accelerated my career. You will hear how I got started, what has kept me going, how you can send a cold email, and more. Excited for you t…
 
Has the pandemic hurt the relationships and friendships that you have in your life? In this episode, you will learn from author and connection coach, Jillian Richardson. We discuss some core ideas in Dr. Marisa Franco's book, Platonic, and more. You will also hear about the benefits of hosting events, reaching out to people, finding shared activiti…
 
Taylor Harrington is the Head of Community at Groove. We both started our professional community roles right around the same time of summer of 2021. In this episode, we share our lessons learned and reflections from our professional roles. We also talk about how we have been hosting events personally to help build community as well. You will also h…
 
Are you interested in learning more about TikTok? It's been an incredible platform for new and existing creators to build an audience and potentially new revenue streams. For Ariel Viera, he has grown a 500,000+ audience following on the platform. In this live podcast event episode, you will learn how Ariel did it, going viral, and details about ho…
 
Are you looking to make more friends? How about deepen existing relationships? Dr. Marisa Franco is the author of a new book called Platonic, How the Science of Attachment Can Help You Make-and Keep-Friends. In this episode, I detail some of the core ideas that stood out to me, steps I have been taking to make friends, and how a Portfolio Career is…
 
Do you have a story that you need to tell? Genevieve Kim is the Founder of Triangleflash Studio and the EYE SEE YOU project. Photography changed her life. Her gave her the confidence to create and led to new projects and work. Genevieve has reinvented herself many times. In this episode, you will learn how you can do so yourself. Genevieve is also …
 
In this live episode with an audience, Abena Anim-Somuah talks about her experience building The Eden Place, a new community-based dinner experience company. You will learn about her initial soft-launch dinner, her public launch and how she has focused on making each dinner more successful. Abena also talks about the importance of building a suppor…
 
The Chief of Staff role can be an incredible launch-pad to many other roles and career options. For Simon Rodrigues, he decided he wanted to work independently and start a newsletter after leaving his CoS role in 2022. For Simon, the decision was around wanting to work with a lot of autonomy. The Chief of Staff is often mis-understood and this epis…
 
Do you think it is getting easier to pivot into new roles and fields? Well, Mehak Vohra believes so. And her company SkillBank is helping people transition into digital marketing roles. You will learn how Mehak started SkillBank and has grown it. In addition to SkillBank, Mehak has accomplished a lot. You will learn about her dropping out of colleg…
 
Do you want to share more of your ideas online? Do you think creators are shaping society more than ever? Catherine Yeo is the author of The Creator Revolution book. She believes that it's never been a better time to be a creator. In her book, she also shares how creators are shaping our society from the media we consume and what we buy. In this ep…
 
Do you want to have a body of work that speaks for itself? One that attracts clients? And one that attracts friends? Visakan Veerasamy is a prolific content creator. He is the author of two e-books and also has over 40,000 followers on Twitter. In this episode, you will learn about how to best use Twitter and how to make friends on it. You also lea…
 
Do you want to make more of an impact? Author, teacher and social entrepreneur Alex Budak wants to help you make change and be even more of a changemaker. In this episode, you will learn how changemaking can occur in small moments and can be very cost-effective too. You will learn some core ideas in Alex's new book called Becoming a Changemaker lik…
 
Sometimes your project can take you to unexpected places. For Nicole Kelner, she started making watercolor art consistently in the beginning of 2022. Quickly, she focused exclusively on making climate change art. She began sharing her work on Twitter, leading to inbound interest on what she should paint next and commissioned art pieces. Ultimately,…
 
With a small audience, you can still make an impact and generate opportunities online. That's one of the takeaways from this episode with Stew Fortier, the Cofounder of Foster. Foster is a Y-Combinator backed startup that helps writers improve the quality of their work. Stew publishes his own ideas on Twitter and in his newsletter. In this live epi…
 
When you do work consistently, new ideas emerge over-time. In this episode, you will learn how podcasting consistently for four years has led to new skills and projects over-time for David Nebinski (the host of the show). You will hear how David now has a podcasting system and workflow to help him publish consistently. You will learn more about his…
 
The quality of our lives is based on the quality of our relationships. But are we intentional about improving the quality of our relationships? Norman Tran is the Cofounder of The Space Between. Their flagship Cohort Based Course is called Relating Between the Lines. In this episode, you will learn how to improve your relationships, communication t…
 
I can imagine COVID-19 impacted your life, work, and so much more. For Chris Schembra and his company 7:47, a book tour and his entire business was upended. His in-person business was forced to pivot to virtual. In this special live podcasting episode with an audience, you will learn how Chris found early customers for the 7:47 Virtual Gratitude Ex…
 
Carla Stickler is currently a software engineer at G2 in Chicago. She spent a large portion of her career as an actor. She made a dramatic return to the stage during the height of the 2021/2022 COVID surge in New York. Carla was featured on NPR, ABC, Vulture, Inside Edition, and Nightline for her performance as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway after 7…
 
In 2020, the world of work dramatically changed. Workers have adjusted and found it might be easier now to build a Portfolio Career than before. Investors like Virginie Raphael saw these shifts too. Through her own firm Full Circle, she is investing into companies that are building into a world with Portfolio Careers and firmless professionals bein…
 
How have you decided how to live? Derek Sivers wrote a book called How To Live, which details 27 conflicting ways of living to hopefully help you decide. In this episode, you will learn common through-lines among the 27 conflicting ways, how you should think about the 27 ways, and how to think about your career. You will also learn actionable ideas…
 
Need a new strategy or tactics for navigating in the current economic market? Nick deWilde has practical advice for you to navigate the downturn. His ideas are helpful if you are soloprenuer and/or if you are looking for a new job. Nick is the Cofounder of Invisible College and the creator of the Jungle Gym newsletter. You will learn how he has nav…
 
What do Operations professionals do? How could you brand yourself in Operations and build a career out of it? Caro Griffin loves answering these questions. She has been working in Operations for 10 years. She is currently the VP of Operations at Tech Ladies and the Founder of Opsy, a community for Operations leaders working in tech. You will learn …
 
Emerging technology is creating new work opportunities for people. It also provides us new terms that we can apply to our existing work and how we think about it. In this episode, Ilana Ettinger shares how some practices that happen natively in Web3 can be applied to Web2. You will also learn other Portfolio Career trends like people negotiating to…
 
Do you want to have a creative career? Lawrence Yeo is the Founder and Creator of More To That, a blog that has many deep dive essays. He is a consultant and course creator as well. In this episode, we talk about a recent post called The Arc of the Practical Creator. The post details three stages balancing the passion for creativity with the practi…
 
Do you want to have a career centered around relationships and helping people? Perhaps, the community industry is a good fit for you. Since 2007, Rosie Sherry has been working in this field. She is the Founder of Ministry of Testing and notably was the Community Manager at Indie Hackers. Rosie is a prolific tweeter and writer. In 2022, Rosie became…
 
What could you do in two hours that could improve your quality of life? Nick Gray wants you to host a 2-hour cocktail party to build big relationships, which can help your career. When Nick moved to New York City, he tried organizing all types of events to build relationships. He realized that a 2-hour cocktail party was the best event for him to h…
 
Want to pivot into a new industry or field? Nora Ali has pivoted from finance to startups to media, while working at leading companies along the way. Each of these chapters gave her the experience, skills, and relationships to help her for her next chapter. Nora is building a new media company. While doing so, she is also the cohost of the Business…
 
Do you want to think and act in your career like entrepreneurs do? Consider reading The Startup of You book. This episode is a summary of a 2022 updated version of this book written by Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha. The latest version includes how having a Portfolio Career is viable these days, and how to think about it. In this episode, I share an…
 
In 2018, Justin Gordon started the Just Go Grind podcast. And his life has not been the same since. That show has published over 320 episodes. In this episode, you will hear how one episode helped led to Justin getting his current job at Director of Marketing at Vitalize Venture Capital. Justin also hosts another podcast through Vitalize Venture Ca…
 
We know that have a mentor or mentors in our life is a good idea. But how do we actually form relationships with mentors? Janice Omadeke is the Founder of The Mentor Method, a startup helping companies large mentorship programs. In this episode, you will learn how to find mentors, how mentors could help, and how Janice scaled her side hustle into t…
 
Podcasting has transformed my life. And I want to share my podcasting knowledge and process to hopefully help your podcast and Portfolio Career. To do so, I recently launched a new podcasting course called How To Start and Scale a Podcast. In this episode, I shared an overview on the 9 lesson email video course, the benefits of creating *anything*,…
 
Did your work and life dramatically change starting in 2020? For Katie Gatti, it did. When her in-person side hustle was no longer an option, she started taking her personal finance content much more seriously. As part of this, the Money with Katie brand and business was born. She recently sold her business to Morning Brew and is now a full-time cr…
 
Haley Bryant started teaching indoor cycling classes while working full-time in 2016. She used the savings from this to buy a condo. She has used other side hustles and personal projects like advising companies, blogging, and angel investing to build her Portfolio Career. She is currently the General Manager at Golden Wok and a Venture Partner at H…
 
We typically think we need to wait 10+ years before taking a sabbatical from work. Amy McMillen decided to take one much earlier. During her sabbatical, she wrote a book called Reclaiming Control. In this episode, Amy talks about overcoming burn-out, the benefits of writing a memoir type of book, and why it's not your jobs job to make you happy. Ex…
 
Society wants you to believe that you should get good grades in, climb the corporate ladder, get married, buy a house, and then retire happily ever after. But, that is not the only life path. Paul Millerd has introduced a new path called The Pathless Path. This is also the title of his book. In this episode, I share key ideas from the book, includi…
 
Change is happening all around us. Unfortunately, it can very hard when it is *us* dealing with change. People are changing jobs more and more these days, in addition to many other life changes. Rei Wang is the cofounder of The Grand, a new and innovative group coaching company. In this episode, you will learn how to better understand change. Rei i…
 
Allison Esposito Medina has built Tech Ladies, the largest community of women in tech. It initially started as a coffee networking gathering in New York City in 2014. More than 7 years later, the community now helps 100,000+ women. When Tech Ladies started, Allison was also working another job. In this episode, you will learn how she grew the commu…
 
What is one of the important skills for your career? Your creativity. Maria Brito used to be a corporate lawyer in New York. After leaving law, Maria became an art advisor, creator creator, and more. She tapped into her creativity and created her own lane and path. She is the brand new author of How Creativity Rules The World. If you are look into …
 
We are often told to believe that there is one path for us to follow. However, through my journey, I have taken many different paths. And sometimes, multiple ones at the same time! Rebekah Bastian is the author of Blaze Your Own Trail and the Cofounder of Own Trail. The book and her company help you see this too, and empower you no matter where you…
 
Three years ago, Daniel Vassallo quit working at Amazon. He was a very highly-paid software developer there. Without a job lined up, he wanted to create his own path. He currently has a portfolio of small bets (products, services and more) and wants to help you do the same. Daniel has over 110,000 Twitter followers. In this episode, you will learn …
 
Sharing your ideas publicly and reaching out to people are two good things for your career. For Paige Finn Doherty, sharing on Twitter helped her get a job which then lead to more opportunities. She is the author of Seed To Harvest, a simple book to help you understand the venture capital business. She is currently the Cofounder Behind Genius Ventu…
 
Are you looking to improve your Zoom video meeting presence and effectiveness? Lorraine Lee was an early employee on LinkedIn's video product team. She is now on a mission to help people stand out more over video. In February 2022, she has a brand new cohort based course out called Engage Your Virtual Workforce. In this episode, you will learn acti…
 
When I started the podcast in the summer of 2018, two of my roommates then were Juvoni Beckford and Kean Gardner. For episode 200, I was able to celebrate it with them and share their insights for you. In this episode, you will hear their life updates, the transitions they are going through, what they are prioritizing in 2022, skills they want to l…
 
One of the easiest ways to change your prospective and who you can become is by changing the people you are around. For Katya Stepanov, she was inspired by creatives and entrepreneurs who were creating their own paths in New York City. In addition to many person projects, Katya is the Cofounder of the Inheritance Project and Rebis Immersive, a stor…
 
It's been a hard 2 years in many ways for us. Some of us have dealt with burn out during this time and or are currently dealing with it. Morgane Michael is an educator, podcaster, and now an author with an overall focus on mobilizing kindness. Her new book is called from From Burnt Out to Fired Up to help people overcome burn out. In this episode, …
 
When Lisa Cuesta first got involved with the cryptocurrency sector in 2017, the sector mostly contained whitepapers and ideas compared to companies and real projects. Since then, the sector has grown and matured, especially in the last 18 months. In June 2021, Lisa published a blog post sharing why she was transitioning full-time into the sector. I…
 
How was your 2021? I wanted to share 20 reflections from my year. Many of the reflections are related to my Portfolio Career. Some include stories and insights into how I am thinking about my Portfolio Career now. In 2021, I had 3 different jobs and gigs and I talk about that journey in hopes that it helps you. Thank you for being part of the show …
 
Annika Lewis had been writing about web3 and cryptocurrencies for some time. After a conversation with a friend, she decided to leave the venture capital industry to work at Gitcoin, a DAO. Her journey to this role is filled with interesting stories and actionable insights. If you are looking to learn more about how work and Portfolio Careers are c…
 
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