Morning Brew co-founder, Alex Lieberman sits down with titans of industry, athletes, and entertainment's biggest names to discuss the mental and personal challenges they've overcome to get where they are today. It's honest, raw, and a reminder that we're all just doing the best we can. Presented by Sakara.
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Wonderful podcast, very informative, enjoyed every episode.
The dialect using “like” as mid-sentence punctuation makes me cringe. I cannot listen to this, despite the potential insights contained in the content.
Thank you for having transcripts! Reading is my favorite way to learn. I did listen to part of the episode just to hear what the production sounded like and I want to compliment your editors. The music choices are really good. more
YES! This podcast is such a safe place for those struggling with mental health. Alex hosts such an important conversation and let’s listeners know they are not alone in.
Really great to see mental health being talked about by some of the most successful people. Looking forward to the rest of the season!
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Imposters launched 5 months ago and published 21 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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