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  1. Finding Your Voice Pt. 2 — The Fizzle Show 002

    You’ve made our brand new show the #1 business podcast! It get’s even better in part two of the finding your voice conversation.

    This episode is the second of a two-part conversation on finding your voice as a writer, video maker, speaker, blogger or anything else.

    How can you be yourself and create engaging, memorable and shareable content instead of copying others (and fluffing out boring, tedious ignored work)?

    Push Play: Finding Your Voice Pt. 2 — The Fizzle Show 002 /

    Listen to Finding Your Voice Pt. 2 — The Fizzle Show 002

    A podcast for creative entrepreneurs and honest business builders…

    TO SUBSCRIBE: simply search for “The Fizzle Show” in your podcast app, or click here:iTunes

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    We will release a new episode every day this week. Be sure to subscribe to get the next episode in your sleep.

    Repeat: a new… episode… every day… this week. Good stuff coming.

    What We Cover in This Episode

    In this second part of the conversation (here’s the first) we explore the topic a bit more before offering a ton of tips and tricks to help you discover your authentic, engaging and easy voice.

    A couple interesting tidbits are Chase’s bit on what he calls “chemicals” and how finding your voice is more like eating pie than hitting a baseball. Enticing, isn’t it?

    But that’s not even the best part — in this episode you’ll hear Corbett’s killer karaoke skills (and his insane ability to make a late 80’s power woman band land his point for him). Inexcusable. Unmissable.

    We also answer a couple great listener questions, one of which inspires an answer from Corbett we all absolutely needed to hear.

    We Want to Answer Your Question

    If you leave a specific question about your business in an iTunes review we’re going to do our darndest to answer that on the air just like we answer the questions in this episode. (Simply head over to the show’s iTunes page and click “Ratings & Reviews”).

    It’s been so awesome hearing what you think of the show. You have encouraged us a bunch through your tweets, comments and reviews.

    Thank you so much — SO MUCH — for the love. When you leave a review in iTunes it helps other struggling and hopeful entrepreneurs find the show and realize they’re not alone in the dreaming, scheming, creativity, isolation, and joys of building a business they care about.

    Show Notes & Links

    Indigo Girls – Closer To Fine – YouTube

    Youth Speaker Josh Shipp – Youth Motivational Speaker – Teen Speaker

    Chase’s chemical collection for big thoughts thunk enjoyably. How do you like to feel?

    Mr. Money Mustache | Early Retirement through Badassity

    5by5 | Back to Work – Back to Work is an award winning talk show with Merlin Mann and Dan Benjamin discussing productivity, communication, work, barriers, constraints, tools, and more.

    Change The World By Doing Work You Love | Live Your Legend

    Seth Godin

    Steven Pressfield Online

    http://fizzle.co/sparkline/finding-your-voice-pt-2-the-fizzle-show-002

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  2. Finding Your Voice — The Fizzle Show 001

    The Fizzle Show, our podcast for creative entrepreneurs, is now live and ready for your ears, hearts and minds! We will release a new episode every day this week. Be sure to subscribe to get the next episode in your sleep.

    Push Play: Finding Your Voice — The Fizzle Show 001 /

    Listen to Finding Your Voice — The Fizzle Show 001

    A podcast for creative entrepreneurs and honest business builders…

    TO SUBSCRIBE: simply search for “The Fizzle Show” in your podcast app, or click here:iTunes

    Stitcher

    Instacast

    Podcast Feed URL

    What We Cover in This Episode

    We don’t start with a generic intro conversation — we get right into the meat of one of the deepest topics in online business.

    This episode is the first of a two-part conversation on finding your voice as a writer, video maker, speaker, blogger or anything else. How can you be yourself and create engaging, memorable and shareable content instead of copying others (and fluffing out boring, tedious ignored work)?

    We discuss loads of tips and tricks in this episode and even include an interview with a big time blogger about how he found his voice (and how that supercharged his business). We’ve included the show notes below with links.

    What To Do Next

    We’re so excited to release this to you! Give it a listen and then, if you’re up for it, leave the show a review in iTunes…

    … It doesn’t cost you much and it means the world to us because it helps other struggling and hopeful entrepreneurs find the show and start making progress.

    Review the Show in iTunes »

    (If that link takes you to another webpage, click the blue “View in iTunes” button. Then click the “Ratings & Reviews” tab).

    Thanks so much for listening and considering giving us a review. We’re committed to serving you guys… So here’s what we want to do:

    If you leave a specific question about your business in the review we’ll do our darndest to answer that question on the air. We hugely value your thoughts. Here’s that iTunes link again (click the “Ratings & Reviews” tab to write your review).

    What We Look Like When We Podcast

    In case you were wondering, here’s what we look like when we’re castin’ pods.

    That Corbett… so engaging :)

    Subscribing In Instacast & Other Apps

    To subscribe in apps like Instacast, Downcast, Stitcher and others you can do one of the following:

    If you’re viewing this page on the device with one of those apps you can click this link to subscribe.

    If that doesn’t work you can simply open the app and search for “The Fizzle Show.” Here’s a nice instructional video about how to do this in multiple apps.

    Or you can copy this podcast feed URL and paste it into the “Add By URL” feature (each app is a little different).

    We Can’t Wait to Hear From You

    We’ve worked hard on this podcast (and on many more to come) and we can’t wait to hear what you think. We hope you enjoy taking us on your commutes, walks, runs, bike rides, bowling adventures, late night work sessions and more.

    We’re grateful to be a part of your life, grateful to be on this journey towards all the fulfillment / matterful / business / joy / creation / moneys / life stuff with you and we think this podcast is going to play a major part in that.

    Cheers!

    Show Notes For This Episode

    Steven Pressfield – the writer’s voice

    Think Traffic – 5 signs you’re trying to be someone else (instead of being yoursef)

    Nerd Fitness by Steve Kamb

    Man vs Debt – how not to suck at blogging

    Derek Halpern’s Social Triggers

    Ice to the Brim – sell discovery instead of expertise

    http://fizzle.co/sparkline/finding-your-voice-the-fizzle-show-001

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  3. Sleeping At Last | RELEVANT Magazine

    So I changed my policy on this exact issue last week and had to share. I fly every week or so from Orange County to San Francisco. The flight is a whopping 70 minutes, so there is no need to get lost in a good movie or resting sleep. In the past I was very open to striking up a conversation and have met some insanely smart and interesting people…resulting in some great connections. However, last week I was on a flight and the events have moved me to purchase some nice BOSE noise canceling headphones.Im a designer at Google, and disclosing so is usually gets a great conversation going. Unfortunately, last week this common tactic took a turn for the worse. I ended up sitting next to a college student before we boarded. We had the typical "Where are you headed to?" conversation, but he was not just a college student. He was a Bio-chem graduate from the University of California, Santa Cruz (a very liberal University known for hippy students protesting in trees) … and also an activist. He started to ask some pretty specific questions about current events regarding Google’s privacy and other sensitive issues. I was able to dodge the onslaught of questions, and escaped with my fancy priority boarding call (the only tattooed dude in shorts and sandals among a bunch of suits). I thought the coast was clear until my Bio-Chem buddy, the last person boarding the plane, strategically took the middle seat in my coveted first row. The next 70 min were filled with other heated questions about Google and my personal & political beliefs. I tried to be polite, but eventually had to just put on my headphones…..and he kept talking. I got out unscathed, however will for now on always enter and exit an airport with my headphones on as Mr. Strang has suggested.

    http://www.relevantmagazine.com/podcast/sleeping-last-0

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  4. Sam Harris « Joe Rogan (Podcast Site)

    About The Joe Rogan Experience

    The Joe Rogan Experience podcast is a long form conversation hosted by comedian, UFC color commentator, and actor Joe Rogan with friends and guests that have included comedians, actors, musicians, MMA instructors and commentators, authors, artists, and porn stars.

    The Joe Rogan Experience was voted the Best Comedy Podcast of 2012 on iTunes. In addition online listening, fans can watch a videocast of the show live on Ustream or tune in on Sirius XM’s “The Virus” channel on Saturdays at Noon ET and Sundays at 5:00 AM and 6:00 PM ET.

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    http://podcasts.joerogan.net/podcasts/sam-harris

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  5. Sam Harris « Joe Rogan (Podcast Site)

    About The Joe Rogan Experience

    The Joe Rogan Experience podcast is a long form conversation hosted by comedian, UFC color commentator, and actor Joe Rogan with friends and guests that have included comedians, actors, musicians, MMA instructors and commentators, authors, artists, and porn stars.

    The Joe Rogan Experience was voted the Best Comedy Podcast of 2012 on iTunes. In addition online listening, fans can watch a videocast of the show live on Ustream or tune in on Sirius XM’s “The Virus” channel on Saturdays at Noon ET and Sundays at 5:00 AM and 6:00 PM ET.

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    http://podcasts.joerogan.net/podcasts/jre-192-sam-harris-brian-redban

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  6. You Made It Weird #201: ‘Science Mike’ McHargue « Nerdist

    As an atheist I loved this episode. I have no issue with other people being religious (and actually love the idea and stories behind many religions)

    Mike is the type of religious person I would never have any issue with. He doesn’t argue against reasonable information, doesn’t minimize other peoples beliefs,

    His justification for his belief is personal and he has bothered to learn enough to understand that others may not have the same experiences.

    For a time i wanted to be sort of like him, but I just never had the personal moments he has, have never really felt a god so I’ve only ever had the science side.

    Instead of talking to jesus or god when i was young and frustrated with the world around me i would talk to an imaginary friend in my head, So i had a similar mechanism but since i never had it in a divine context it didn’t inform my world view that way.

    Anyway, wonderful episode.

    http://www.nerdist.com/pepisode/you-made-it-weird-201-science-mike-mchargue/

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  7. You Made It Weird #209: Bill Nye « Nerdist

    So as a true weirdo (and I genuinely love this show), I can say this: I FELT the loss of confidence in your voice. It wasn’t an awful interview by a long shot – you made it sound worse in the intro; however, there was a tangible uncertainty lingering in the air. Interestingly, over the last 6 months, especially since you got the TV show, there was a noticeable INCREASE in confidence up until today. I remember thinking, during the Mark Gosselar interview, that you sounded so “chingon” and polished  and carefree and I was proud of you for that. The Bill Nye interview was a more reserved Pete – thoughtful and possibly even a little bit intimidated. And I’m proud of you for that too. We all get to climb our mountains but we get to experience out valleys, too. You’ll be back on top sooner or later and we’ll all still be here. 

    http://www.nerdist.com/pepisode/you-made-it-weird-209-bill-nye/

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  8. You Made It Weird #206: Brian Greene: Theoretical Physicist « Nerdist

    Great podcast up until the omnivore/vegetarian/vegan conversation. As a defacto farmer, I love plants. (and animals for that matter) Pete makes the comment, “how can you eat these living things.”  Vegetarians kill plants to survive. You know what I like seeing, majestic trees, but I also need a house, therefore I recognize that as a heterotroph, in order to survive, a living thing needs to die, plant or animal. Its a matter of how you treat your future metabolic energy that counts, and it damn well better be humanely. (Which I am sure I violate because I don’t always consume locally produced non-CAFO meats and I do struggle with this.) Vegans are also crazy because they wont consume animal by-products (cheese, milk, etc) …Last I checked, even if you are only eating the fruits of a plant, you are consuming the reproductive organs of the plant. You are eating embryos, future plants, and living things. The uppity self righteous bullshit of vegetarians/vegans drives me insane because just because a plant cant speak, shed a tear, or have big dough eyes, doesn’t mean you aren’t killing to live. 

    http://www.nerdist.com/pepisode/you-made-it-weird-206-brian-greene-theoretical-physicist/

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  9. You Made It Weird #187: Mike Birbiglia Returns! « Nerdist

    Sinbad makes it weird!

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  10. You Made It Weird #182: Jordan Peele « Nerdist

    Sinbad makes it weird!

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