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Money Comes And Goes, Give Back to the Community Instead | Danny Peña | PJ078

Danny Peña has been podcasting for last 10+ years and has a ton of experience to bring to the table. He is the founder and host of GamerTagRadio and has received international media attention from Forbes, Gamespot, IGN, Wall Street Journal, and more. He also won the Microsoft MVP award both in '05 and '09

070 Bill Barol | Defining the Meaning of Home, One Story at a Time

Bill Barol is the host of HOME: Stories From L.A. and the author of Thanks for Killing Me. He is also a journalist and has written for various web sites such as Forbes, Huffington Post, and others. Although Bill's podcast is relatively new, it really stood out to me because of its high quality. Bill

024 John Corcoran | Why a Personal Network Is Your Most Valuable Tool

John Corcoran is an expert in developing powerful networks and talks to Harry about how he was able to succeed with his podcast and more. At 23 years old, he landed a job as a writer for the Clinton administration. He says he was able to do it because he was good at developing strong

John Corcoran Transcript

Harry: Welcome back this is the, seems like the, 10th take of this intro. I actually switched over to standing up for this as I usually do for most of my interviews. What I find is that I get better energy level, get the diaphragm opened up and much more excited when I'm speaking to

News Recap: EFF Stops Patent Troll Suit; Forbes’ Ewan Spence: Is Future of Digital Mags in Podcasting? USA Today Profiles Podcasting

The EFF goes to court and successfully blocks a podcasting patent troll seeking 1,300 EFF donor names. Can The Future Of Digital Magazines Be Found In The History Of Podcasting? Forbes' Ewan Spence buy ambien medication writes about the parallels. USA Today's Gladys Edmunds chats with Mur Lafferty on the creation of her podcast “You Should