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Best Sarah K Peck podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Sarah K Peck podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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In Leanpub's Frontmatter podcast, we interview authors and special guests about their lives & careers, their areas of expertise and the issues of the moment, and their experiences as writers. Every episode is deeply researched and covers areas that are equally of human interest, general interest, and professional interest.
 
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Kyle Simpson is the author of the Leanpub book You Don't Know JS Yet: Get Started. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Kyle about what he has been doing since he was last interviewed on the podcast in 2017, how his work and life have been affected by recent events, his latest books, and at the end, they talk a little bit about …
 
As we all adjust to the uncertainty and sudden shifts of what’s happening around the world with the global COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to share a few small rituals that we’ve used in our household to find a moment of normalcy in our lives. Yes, most of our life is chaos, and much of it is very different than it was a few weeks ago. Also, one of the…
 
Special Guest: Jeff Nickoloff is the author of the Manning Publications book Docker in Action, Second Edition. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Jeff about his background and career in software engineering, what it's like working for Amazon, the nature and importance of scalable communication, expert observations on working i…
 
#148 — During times of stress, everyone responds differently. Some of us laugh, some of us go into denial, some of us get agitated, some of us panic, some of us get to work. If you’re feeling a bit all over the place, I want to talk about how stress affects each of us differently and why these reactions are coming up. As you start to see how we eac…
 
#147 — Don't forget to exhale through all of this. If you're tired, scared, stressed, overworked, or feeling all the feelings, this episode is for every one of us. It's a short method to help catch your breath, tap into your body, and exhale away some of the tension. This episode was recorded on Saturday, March 21st 2020 in New York City in the mid…
 
Michael Rice is the author of the Leanpub book Professional Services: Day 1, Hour 1: An Introduction to Professional Services in Software Companies. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Michael about his background, his first experiences as a software engineer, taking a break to go to law school, working for a big global consult…
 
#146 — The next few days, weeks, and months are going to challenge us—a lot. Actually, the next twelve to eighteen months are going to be quite the ride, but let's just start here with where we are, today. Having everything suddenly shift and having our lives disrupted this much is a huge deal. How can we process and deal with it? In this episode I…
 
#145 — Hey everyone, my family is staying home now for a while, and that means we are working from home with two kids and two parents no longer in school or at work. We're preparing for the coming weeks and the disruptions that are already happening in light of the spread of Coronavirus. In this episode, I'll share what we're doing to prepare for C…
 
[This Frontmatter Podcast episode was originally published on 2019-07-12...]Judson L. Moore is the author of the Leanpub book Exponential Happiness: How to identify and pursue life goals starting at a young age. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Judson (https://twitter.com/judsonlmoore) about his background, his parents' acti…
 
#144 — Should You Take That Online Course? How To Get Your Money’s Worth When Doing Virtual Courses You see a shiny new course offering on the Internet and then you visit the checkout page and you’re like, “Oh! This looks so good. I think I need this. I don’t know. Do I need this? Oh, my goodness! How do I decide whether or not to buy this? I just …
 
Special Guest Alex Hillman is the founder of Indy Hall, a hugely successful coworking space in Philadelphia. Alex is a marketing communications and community-development consultant who works on product launching and community-building strategies through 30x500 and Stacking the Bricks, along with his business partner, Amy Hoy. In this interview, Lea…
 
#143 — Overwhelmed, Scared, Exhausted—A Note For You When we do things we’ve never done before, it can be crazy hard. Parenting made me feel overwhelmed, scared, and exhausted—all at the same time. Today I want to offer a short note of perspective, alongside some encouragement. I know you’re probably in the thick of it, and what you’re doing isn’t …
 
Special Guest Chris Mattmann is the author of Machine Learning with TensorFlow, Second Edition. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Chris about his background, working at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, re-architecting the way NASA missions handled massive changes in the amount of data being gathered from instruments thanks t…
 
#142 — Do you ever struggle with setting boundaries or saying no? Let’s talk about what to do when people ask you for things that you don’t want to do or you don’t have time to do. How do you handle the influx of requests in your inbox, or the deluge of “pick your brain” requests from family and friends? Boundaries are something I could talk about …
 
[This Frontmatter Podcast episode was originally published on 2019-02-15...]From the Archives: Sarah K. Peck is the author of the Leanpub book Pregnancy Affirmations: Words of Wisdom for Pregnancy, Birth, New Motherhood and the Postpartum Period. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Sarah about her background, her diverse career…
 
#141 — All your questions, answered. Last week, we hosted an Open House in our Facebook Group, and I’m sharing the replay here on the podcast. If you haven't requested access yet, we have an amazing group of women gathered together and we chat about work, family, parenting, and all the things — go to the Startup Pregnant: Conversations group on Fac…
 
#140 — How to design and facilitate group programs. In today’s episode, we talk all about the ways I think about building mastermind programs, facilitating community, and bringing people together. Yes, I’ve overthought all of it—to the tiniest degree. In this episode, we have a really fun question I am excited to geek out about. We are going to dig…
 
Marie Forleo is a powerhouse—she's a #1 NYT Bestselling author, one of Oprah's Super-Soul Sunday picks, and the founder of B-School, an online marketing and business training program. She has taught B-School for over a decade and has more than 55,000 graduates from her flagship program. When I signed up for B-School, I was pregnant with my second k…
 
Do you need some social accountability this year? I have the group for you. I have a 10-month accountability group. We gather together once a month to check in on our goals, stay focused, and keep ourselves accountable to the work we want to be doing. If you have a project you want to get started on, a goal or a dream that needs attention, or a hab…
 
How do you prioritize what to do when it comes to online marketing? From social media to content creation to newsletters—it's a mad, mad world. Today I do a case study and deep dive into one specific business challenge. Meghan asked me all about content marketing and social media marketing, and I do an in-depth walkthrough of her business and how t…
 
Mark Coker is the founder of Smashwords, the world's largest distributor of indie ebooks. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Mark about his background, how he got his start in PR, working with companies during periods of huge growth, what it takes to run a successful startup, his experience co-authoring a novel, the history of…
 
#139 — Lately I’ve been fielding a lot of questions from people about what to expect in the shift from non-parenting to the parenting world. Personally, I find it really challenging when people smile at you and say things like, “Wait and see,” or “You’ll get it when you become a parent.” No, thanks—please tell me now! So for this episode, I decided…
 
Ken Buckler is the author of the Leanpub book Hacking of the Free: Understanding Digital Threats to Democracy in the 21st Century. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Ken about his background, his first experience with a computer and his early development of an interest in cybersecurity, the importance of privacy when it comes …
 
#138 — Why does my kid keep getting sick? In the first few years of having kids, it can seem like the snotty, runny noses are never ending. In a way, that’s true. Young children are building their immune systems, and in doing so, they are dealing with all the colds and viruses going around. They get sick a lot. Whether it’s in the younger years bec…
 
Marshall Poe is the founder of the New Books Network and author of How to Read a History Book: The Hidden History Of History. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Marshall about his background, how he got interested in Russian history, the development of the academic study of history in the United States and its German roots, Wi…
 
#137 — Broadway and Pregnant A friend of mine reached out a few weeks after the birth of her second baby girl and said, “I need to tell you my birth story.” “Absolutely,” I said, “What do you want to talk about?” “How I changed my birth plan and care providers for my second pregnancy—I was much more intentional about who I wanted around me, and the…
 
[This Frontmatter Podcast episode was originally published on 2019-05-01...]Alberto Brandolini is the author of the Leanpub book Introducing EventStorming: An act of Deliberate Collective Learning. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Alberto about his background, how he got into programming and eventually consulting, what the E…
 
#136 — Not everyone has exactly nine months to plan ahead and prepare for motherhood — sometimes it can happen overnight, and other times it can take years. The process of adopting a child can be long, laborious and fraught with uncertainty. You never know when you’ll get the call or how long it will take, or when you might become a parent. For Pri…
 
How do you respond when someone asks you if you’re having more children? You asked me a really personal question on today’s episode: Does your family feel complete now that you’ve had two kids? Do you know how many children you want to have? How did you decide? This is a really hard question to answer. I don’t mind talking about or sharing these th…
 
Nicholas Russo is the author of the Leanpub book Fifty Pieces of Gold: An Engineer's Musings on Business and Life. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Nick about what he's been up to since he last appeared on the podcast, becoming a father, getting into the challenging work of making technical training videos for some of the wo…
 
#135 — Is minimalism and motherhood possible? Cary Fortin, who many of you have heard before on the podcast, is joining us again today to talk about minimalism, motherhood, and decluttering. Cary is a writer, a storyteller and a designer, and she is the co-founder of New Minimalism, a company focused on de-cluttering and design. She and her busines…
 
Aaron Sumner is the author of the Leanpub book Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec: A practical approach to test-driven development. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Aaron about his background, how he got into programming, the nature and importance of software testing, the origin of his blog, his book, getting your book transl…
 
#134 — Careers Twists and Turns When Brea Starmer was seven months pregnant while working at a startup, she was laid off. In her third trimester, she started a consulting practice and interviewed for jobs—quickly starting her own consulting practice and then launching her company. Between having her first kid and then getting pregnant with her seco…
 
#133 — What does it mean to be an entrepreneur? One of the things I keep learning from gathering groups of working women together is how broad and diverse the realm of entrepreneurship is. Common culture would have you believe that entrepreneurship looks like a single white dude building a company out of his garage with a bunch of coding co-founder…
 
Did you know we have a brand-new podcast? Ask Sarah: The Podcast is a place for you to ask anything you'd like—about your life, my life, business, parenting, or whatever is on your mind. This is a teaser of our brand new show. In this episode, you asked: What did I do to get my kids to sleep? How do I take care of myself? What do I need to rest and…
 
Tom Hombergs is the author of the Leanpub book Get Your Hands Dirty on Clean Architecture: A Hands-on Guide to Creating Clean Web Applications with Code Examples in Java. In this interview, Leanpub co-founder Len Epp talks with Tom about his background, how he got into programming, the value of doing a year abroad in high school, switching jobs and…
 
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