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074 – How History Helps You Ask Better Questions, w/ Dr. John Hosler

“History doesn’t provide answers. It helps you ask better questions.” -John D. Hosler, Ph.D Today’s show is with John D. Hosler, Ph.D. Professor of European History and expert in medieval warfare at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth. His most recent book, The Siege of Acre, flew off the shelves…

072 – Don’t Wait to Experience the World, w/ Maria Nicolosi

In this episode, Jason catches up with an old friend, Maria Nicolosi, a graphic designer and front-end developer. A friend who he met swing dancing back in 2007 who has since moved to Austin, TX… by way of a 4 month “walk about” style travel period that Jason is mesmerized by! Maria talks about her…

071 – “Consulting” Still a 4 Letter Word?

In today’s show, I riff on the idea of consulting work as a separate or just new way to make a living, focusing on the type of consulting that DOESN’T make you a Charlatan! Consulting has had a bad reputation for a while, falling somewhere on the sliding scale between already mentioned Charlatan down to…

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070 – Liquor and Drugs and Cults, OH MY! w/Mike Gimbel (2 of 2)

This conversation ran more than two hours, so I am releasing it in two episodes, first half is last week, and this is the conclusion. If you haven’t listened to the beginning of this conversation, listen to episode 68 before listening to this. Today’s show is the second part of a two part conversation with…