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A few months ago, I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Molly Jameson for her podcast Not Good. I felt at the time that it was a great interview — it just felt so dynamic and so real, like we were really hearing one another, like I was absolutely at my best. It just dropped today on her podcast feed, and I just spent an hour listening to it. I don’t always like listening to my own voice, listening to my own words like this. But this time I did. There were even moments when I heard Molly ask some good, but tough, questions, and I was honestly curious how I was going to respond. There was at least one moment when I was floored by what my response was. I caught myself saying, “Wow, that was a good answer!”
So, yeah. I guess what I’m saying is — if you haven’t had the chance to listen to an interview with me on a podcast, this is the one to check out. Plus, it’s just a great podcast all around — I’ve been listening religiously to it for months now.
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