The latest podcast from Robert O’Shaughnessy and the podcast production team at OE Sounds. This is a podcast about guides, about mentoring, and about being “good” with where you’ve landed.
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The pace and tone of this show is so pleasant and inviting. I love listening to these intimate and clam paced interviews. It doesn’t matter the topic, the conversation draws me in. The guests range many fields, some I would typically be more or less interested in learning about but somehow with this particular podcast, it doesn’t matter what they discuss, I still some how relate and enjoy the stories they tell. This is less of a lecture on how people are more successful than me (a tone many inte... more
Love the breadth of topics covered and perspectives represented. Find nuggets in each episode that make me reflect on where I’m at and where I’m going. You feel like you are in the room with Robert as he catches up with old friends and meets new. Highly recommend!!
Thought provoking and inspiring conversations. Could listen for hours. Highly recommend.
Loving this new podcast that gives itself room to breathe around issues of employment and fulfillment. It’s for those who question work for work’s sake; who want a meaningful career but also know that not all who wander are lost. Can’t wait to hear more.
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You May Find Yourself launched a year ago and published 22 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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