After months of planning, interviewing, researching, and learning, I am so excited to finally be able to say that Nat Chat is LIVE and you can get the intro and next two episodes right now.
You can also listen to them right here:
I decided to do something a little different with the podcast relative to this site. If you’ve followed this site for awhile, you know that I cover a huge breadth of topics, from psychology to travel to writing to sex to entrepreneurship and everything in between, and I wanted this to be more focused.
But, I also didn’t want to create something too narrowly branded, so here’s what’s happening.
I’m going to focus in on particular topics I care about for thematic seasons (though who knows how long a “season” will be) and explore it more in-depth than I’ve been able to on the blog. And the first topic is something I’m passionate about and have been working on in some capacity for the last four years:
What do you do if you’re a college student or recent grad who feels like they don’t fit in the world of grades, lecture halls, and one size fits all careers?
What do you do if…
There’s no clear roadmap or good system for college students to pursue these alternative career paths, and I want to make them more accessible for more students.
Now, I have a couple asks:
First: Listen to the intro episode, and then check out Episode 2 with Adil Majid, and Episode 3 with Taylor Pearson. These were great interviews that covered pretty different topics, and I think you’ll enjoy them as much as I did.
Second: Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts. That could be iTunes, Stitcher, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Google Play, SoundCloud, YouTube. This is the best way to get new episodes as soon as they launch, and there’ll definitely be some more great ones coming.
Third: Please leave a review on iTunes once you’ve subscribed. I’m going to read every single one of these in the beginning so I can improve and tailor the show around your feedback.
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