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Your new internet besties give you a weekly dose of books, banter, and folks you should be following. Join 30-something reading enthusiasts and real-life best friends Grace Atwood and Becca Freeman every month for a book club featuring a read they promise you won’t be able to put down. In between, they’re joined by guests for conversations on careers, dating, fashion, and more.
 
Actionable advice for bootstrapped SaaS founders from coaches and consultants about startup scaling challenges, building remote teams, leadership, getting unstuck, founder personal growth and more. Connect with me at natalieluneva.com
 
Chef Marc Murphy’s debut podcast, Food 360, is a true celebration of the culinary world. With a little help from historians, fellow celebrity chefs, food writers, and more, the Chopped judge and restaurateur examines food culture from every possible angle, shedding new light on even the most familiar culinary topics. He’ll explore questions like: Why does food taste better on a white plate? How do menu layouts affect the way we order? And what does it really take to open up a restaurant? Lis ...
 
The best chat bot podcast out there! Amazing interviews and information to help you learn and put into action all of your bot desires! If you are just learning about Facebook Messenger Marketing or you are already a pro with services like ChatFuel and ManyChat then you'll enjoy. Listen in now.
 
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This week is all about career changes! We talk about our career paths and answer your questions including: How do you know it’s time to change careers? How do you adjust to working from home? How can I make the shift from one industry to another? We also cover our impromptu Charleston reunion and how we’re pushing through the urge to doze off as ou…
 
Today we are joined by our dear friend Katie Sturino, body acceptance advocate and founder of Megababe Beauty. This episode is basically a three-way phone conversation among friends but the big thing is that we talk about her amazing new book, Body Talk, and her journey towards body acceptance. We also use this time to catch up with Katie, covering…
 
This month we read The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave, one of both of our favorite authors. We were already HUGE Laura Dave fans (she’s also the author of Eight Hundred Grapes and Hello Sunshine), and we were so excited to see her branch into totally new territory with a thriller! In the book, Hannah Hall’s husband, Owen, disappears after only…
 
Whenever either one of us do a Q&A we get asked about working with an interior designer, so today we wanted to invite our friends (and interior designers!) Erin Gates & Emma Beryl to chat. Emma and Erin demystify the entire process of working with a designer (yes, even pricing!). They also share their experiences working with us, their favorite pla…
 
Last week we reflected back on quarantine and the positive things that came from it. Now that we are both fully vaccinated we thought it would be fun to look forward. This week, we are looking toward the future and thinking about life post-pandemic. We (unsurprisingly) are excited about travel and actually getting dressed again. Although we have ve…
 
Today’s episode is a real grab bag! We start out with a topic close to Grace’s heart: snacks. We compare our snacking habits, our favorite snacks, and more. We also touch on our favorite chores (and our least favorites too!). You have probably never met two people who feel so strongly about doing laundry. And as we get closer to the end of quaranti…
 
Today is Book Club, and this month we read Delicious! By Ruth Reichl. The book tells the story of Billie Breslin, who learns at a young age she has an impeccable palate. Years later she drops out of college and moves from California to NYC to work for Delicious!, the country’s most prominent food magazine. Her life changes drastically as she forms …
 
In today’s episode we are joined by Francesco Clark, the founder of the clean beauty brand Clark’s Botanicals. Francesco shares the origin story of Clark’s Botanicals: When he suffered a devastating spinal cord injury, he found himself paralyzed. One unexpected side effect of his paralysis was that his body could no longer sweat… and as a result, h…
 
Grace has made it safe and sound to Charleston and we were due for catch up! We put a call out in the Facebook group for questions, and we tackle them all in today’s episode. We share our favorite book podcasts, how we choose what to read next, how we manage our day, and give advice to a listener on a big life decision. We also answer questions abo…
 
Today’s episode was the last one we recorded together while Grace was living in Brooklyn! As we embark on a new (remote) era of the podcast we thought it would be fun to take a walk down memory lane and talk about all of our childhood favorite things. As two weird kids (and now, weird adults), there were a lot of fun and silly memories to share. We…
 
It’s tax season once again, and if you’re a freelancer, business owner or even an employee earning from freelance gigs, you may be wondering: “How do I file my Annual Income Tax Return (ITR) with the BIR?” I actually have the same question, especially since I became an employee again last year (while at the same time earning on the side from my “ra…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: Suicide National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255 Our March Book Club pick is The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. The book follows 35-year-old Nora Seed, who is full of regrets over how she lived her life. In between life and death she is given the chance to explore how alternate lives would have played out had she made diff…
 
Between Grace’s upcoming move to Charleston and Becca’s immersion in RomComPods Season 3 production, we realized we haven’t had much time to catch up! So this week is a little off the rails grab-bag episode where we embrace all of our most unpopular opinions on popular things, and the other way around. It’s always fun to unearth more things that we…
 
Home chef and New York Times bestselling author Julia Turshen joins us to talk about her journey to writing cookbooks, her relationship with her body, and her personal, new cookbook Simply Julia. We also hear the adorable story of how she met her wife, Grace (a true Internet meet-cute!) and discuss her inclusive food database, Equity at the Table. …
 
Check out the book pre-launch campaign that I launch on March 15th here: https://publishizer.com/community-led-growth/ In this recording from a session I hosted on Clubhouse I'm joined by Preston Clark, Red Russak, Johanna-Mai Riismaa, Christina Kehoe, Luke Tucker and we talk about Building a Community for Your Startup/SaaS. Connect with Natalie he…
 
Want to know the easy-to-follow steps to become a Lazada seller? Learn more from MJ Gaan, top seller and certified trainer at Lazada.com, as she teaches us her 5 steps to become a Lazada seller. Online shopping is definitely booming this covid-19 season. I, myself, had been spending a lot ordering online because we’ve been locked down in our house …
 
Join Natalie Luneva for a weekly session on Clubhouse where members of SaaS Boss club introduce and share what they are working on in under 60 seconds, connect with other founders and build meaning relationships. Join weekly sessions on Wednesdays at 9am CST on SaaS Boss club on Clubhouse. This week's founders: Yuriy Sorochev Driss Jabar Cloudfret …
 
Join Natalie Luneva for a weekly session on Clubhouse where members of SaaS Boss club introduce and share what they are working on in under 60 seconds, connect with other founders and build meaning relationships. Join weekly sessions on Wednesdays at 9am CST on SaaS Boss club on Clubhouse. This week's founders: Christian Cox Omar Masad Testapp.io K…
 
It has been a year in pandemic purgatory and if you are like us (which we assume you are, because you’re here!) then you might be running out of ways to entertain yourself at home. We have both been recently watching and listening to a lot of great content and thought we would share a roundup of our favorite movies, tv shows, podcasts and more. Con…
 
Everything you've heard about Film School Professionals is true. Clover is actually the voice of the Millenium Falcon. Professors Malu and Katie welcome an exceptionally boring and very obnoxious guest who won't stop farting: their producer Gabe Mara of the Slow Readers podcast! Gabe swags in like he owns the place, demanding your two intrepid inst…
 
Today we spoke with Frances Cha, the author of our February book club pick - If I Had Your Face. Frances is a NYC-based author who splits her time between the US and Seoul. She shares her experiences researching plastic surgery, room salons, and mental health for the book. We discuss the way she developed her characters to each embody a different t…
 
For this month’s book club we read If I Had Your Face by Frances Cha. Just 30 pages into this book, we both knew it had to be our book club pick. Neither of us haven read anything like it before and there is so much to talk about. The story revolves around 4 women who all live in the same apartment building in contemporary Seoul, South Korea. The b…
 
One of the things we get asked about most is how to read more. So we tackle that during the first fifteen minutes of this episode. (Spoiler alert: being single and childfree during a pandemic helps!) When we read, the advantages of audiobooks, and how to find books you truly love reading, and more! For the rest of the episode, we dive into our favo…
 
Today we are joined by Caroline Owusu-Ansah, the founder of Luv Scrub! If you have been listening for a while you know that Grace is obsessed with her Luv Scrub—and rightfully so. This exfoliating cloth was awarded Allure’s Best of Beauty Award, leaves your skin baby soft, and replaces your old loofah or pouf - for good! Caroline shares the journey…
 
Étienne Garbugli is a three-time startup founder (Flagback, HireVoice, and Highlights) and the author of Lean B2B: Build Products Businesses Want. The Lean B2B methodology helps thousands of entrepreneurs and innovators around the world build successful businesses. We discuss: - Why SaaS onboarding is difficult - How the Train Track Approach can he…
 
With almost a full year of quarantine life under our belts, we’re checking in with each other on how we’re feeling, what’s giving us hope, and how we are staying motivated to do anything more than watching Netflix. Grace shares more about her season of self-improvement and Becca talks about how big projects are giving her quarantine a sense of purp…
 
Today it is my pleasure to introduce Jason Reichl, the co-founder of Go Nimbly, whose mission is to eliminate operational silos within go-to-market SaaS teams and how the sales communication process greatly impacts revenue. We discuss: -The three stages of maturity of a RevOps or operations team. -The biggest challenges for an organization transiti…
 
Today we are joined by Elizabeth Gilbert the New York Times best-selling author of Eat, Pray, Love, City of Girls, and (of course!) our January Book Club pick Big Magic. We talk about her decision to write Big Magic and the writing process behind it. She shares her unique perspectives on creativity and how every person can find and grow in that spa…
 
We found it fitting that Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert was our first book club of 2021. Becca reads this book every January to jumpstart her year, and we wanted to include you on her tradition. Reading this book is the creativity pep talk we all need so badly right now. Elizabeth approaches creativity with lightness and joy. Even if you don’t cons…
 
In today’s episode we are joined by Azora Zoe Paknad, the founder of Goldune. Before starting Goldune in the middle of the pandemic (in the short span of 5 months!), Azora Zoe worked for Food52 and before that, she was Grace’s social media intern at BaubleBar! She has worked in the ecommerce and content space for years and when quarantine started s…
 
Doist has been fully distributed for over 10 years and their production has always been high, despite doubters telling them that development teams have to be co-located to be productive. Gonçalo discusses why building the right culture is key and the changes that any company can make to go remote. The Essential Ingredient Your Culture Recipe is Mis…
 
Daniel guests on the latest episode of FILM SCHOOL PROFESSIONALS with your favorite Slow Readers guests: Katie "Chaos" Kametz and "Black Metal" Malu Mirones!! So check it out, and then subscribe and listen to all the Film School Professionals episodes RIGHT MEOW!! *** Buckle up, class, we're talkin' sex, spies, and style in two of the horniest film…
 
It’s the time of year where we reflect on past resolutions and create new ones for the new year ahead. As we look back on the insanity of 2020 and the way that it affected our goals and ability to achieve them, we found some silver linings! Although we are definitely cautious as we set our 2021 goals, we’re also optimistic. We talk about our person…
 
This is a recording of the live training that was live streamed to SaaS Boss community. To access video version of this session and get notified about future training sessions like these, request access here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/saasboss Helen Peatfield helps SaaS B2B companies by improving their conversion copy and customer flow so the…
 
We’re back with our first episode of a brand new year! To kick off 2021 we are joined by Kelley Knight, author of Spells for the Modern Mystic Ritual Guidebook and Spellcasting Kit. Kelley is bringing mysticism into the mainstream, and we are here for it! We chat about her own psychic awakening, building her business, and her freakiest predictions.…
 
Our end of year special (before a short hiatus)! The late great spy writer John le Carré! David Cornwell! Plus a rogue's gallery of guests pop in! Jon Lunger! Kristy Brannon! Katie Kametz and Malu Mirones! Matt Struck! And Dr Phil La Porta and Sean Hayes!! Plus: a spy game! 10:32 Jon Lunger 32:12 Kristy Brannon 50:54 GATEKEEPER 59:30 Katie Kametz a…
 
This is a recording of the live training that was live streamed to SaaS Boss community. To access video version of this session and get notified about future training sessions like these, request access here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/saasboss Matt Wolach is the creator of The Perfect D.E.A.L. Process - an innovative system that makes it easy…
 
This is a recording of the live training that was live streamed to SaaS Boss community. To access video version of this session and get notified about future training sessions like these, request access here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/saasboss Scott Sambucci is the Founder & CEO at SalesQualia, a sales coaching company that helps B2B Startups…
 
The AP Film by Film School Professionals girls join forces for an action-packed, messy as heck episode!! Internet issues, dark subject matters, Snow White, and Neil Gaiman! (PS, we totally missed that there's an award winning graphic novel adaptation that came out recently...) 33:35 A Literary Game 57:06 Final Thoughts TopgallantRadio.com - Radio f…
 
Doc "octopodes" Phil R La Porta (The Whiparound Podcast) returns as the boyos confront their old friend (and potential murderer) Dan Clark, aka NITRO FROM AMERICAN GLADIATORS!! We chat about the good times, total knee replacement surgery, cadaver implants, and (humorous) threats! Plus: a game... that's lost to time! 42:59 A Literary Game(?) 44:51 F…
 
This is a recording of the live training that was live streamed to SaaS Boss community. To access video version of this session and get notified about future training sessions like these, request access here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/saasboss Patrick Campbell is the CEO of ProfitWell (formerly Price Intelligently), the software for helping s…
 
For the last book club of 2020, we chose The Cousins by Karen McManus. This is a twisty YA thriller, sans murder - making it kind of the perfect book for both of us! This is the tale of Milly, Aubrey, and Jonah Story: three cousins who barely know each other but are invited to work at their estranged grandmother’s resort. All of their parents have …
 
This is an episode where Morgan Williams the host of Outbound Sales podcast interviewed me about organizing online summits for SaaS companies for his podcast Outbound Sales. Ever thought about organizing an online summit for your SaaS? Listen to this episode where I'll share why hosting an online summit is one of the smartest growth strategies for …
 
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