Month: December 2016

NASA engineer. Touring partner with Steve Aoki. Creator of a social network dedicated to bringing foodies together, and traveling the world to, well…eat food. No this is not my personal bucket list, although I wouldn’t mind doing ALL of these things, but instead it is some of the life history of Brooklyn Earick, the latest guest on the Adapt Podcast.

I think a couple different themes popped out at me during this episode — ideas like having passion for your dreams and pushing until you achieve those dreams. And if something doesn’t work out — well at least you know you tried. Also the idea that you don’t have to pigeonhole yourself into what you should be doing, or feeling like you can’t do multiple things. There really is no barrier to our growth, it really comes down to having the vision and the internal motor to make those things a reality.

We had a blast with Brooklyn and the recording of this episode, and he really shows what you can achieve if you put your mind to it, all within a very humble package. I’m excited to dig into the new update of his Phoodie app (find me @design ;)). Time will only tell what is in store next for this guy…

Sometimes it just takes one tweet. That’s all it took for our latest (and FIRST!) guest, Jarrett Hill, to be catapulted into the national spotlight. It was at a time when the Presidential race was in full swing, and volleys were being thrown from each side at a breakneck pace.

Thankfully for Jarrett, he had been waiting much of his adult life for this opportunity, and seize it he did. His tweet revealed the distinct similarities between the speech given by Melania Trump at the Republican National Convention, and a speech given by Michelle Obama 8 years earlier. Having an all-eyes-on-him platform allowed Jarrett to get out many of his thoughts and feelings about the election, as well as give him exposure to people and places he may never otherwise see.

This episode was a ton of fun, and thanks to Jarrett’s infectious and affable personality, an hour went by before we knew it. Please tune in to hear about his journey from a Starbucks to the top of the political stage, and we hope that you can glean something from his experiences that might apply to your own. We may not all get our 15 minutes quite in the same manner that he has, but we can certainly prepare for it.

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