Made in Public is a podcast for people who want to rebuild creative confidence.
Conversation with fellow makers, creators, and entrepreneurs who want to share insights with their 10-years-ago selves — information we wished we had when we were just getting started.
Poornima Vijayashankar sits down with Charbel to talk about her early days in Silicon Valley (2004), the surprising way Mint.com got its name, immigrating to the United States, failed startups, getting hospitalized from burnout, and total focus on Femgineer.com.
Before Coach rebranded to Podia, Spencer Fry joined Charbel to break down why he makes, his uncommon concern about failing after several successful ventures, what motivates him as a founder, and why the future of online learning is just getting started.
Georgiana "Gia" Laudi formerly led marketing at Unbounce. Later she co-created Forget the Funnel with Claire Sullentrop. Why? To share what she wishes she knew as her "10 Years Ago" self and help young, ambitious startup marketers accelerate their success.
Eric Hinman is a world-class athlete, marketer, and entrepreneur who explains how he lives an integrated life. For Eric, it's all fun...from his morning routine, where he eats, work, training, and business ventures. He also breaks down how he gets his creative inspiration and motiviation to launch idea after idea.
Head of Design for Priceline.com, Laura Hahn openly shares what it was like starting as a freelance designer, why she's embarrassed by her work that's still publicly visible in New York subways, and why owning your relationships with clients is key to growing as a creative.
Brian Bautista was a user support specialist for Google Maps during its rocketship years, but he's well known for singing live at Google with John Legend. Brian talks about that feeling you get when you realize you're on to something, and how his passion for music and travel has led him to leading support and product marketing videos for SoundHound.
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