How To Fail With Elizabeth Day, How to Build a Happy Life, DIY Musician Podcast
Liz Recommends - How To Fail With Elizabeth Day
How To Fail With Elizabeth Day is a podcast that celebrates the things that haven’t gone right. Every week, a new interviewee explores what their failures taught them about how to succeed better
Elizabeth Day is an award-winning author and broadcaster. Her chart-topping podcast, How To Fail, is a celebration of the things that haven't gone right. According to Stylist magazine, she has ‘revolutionised the way we see failure’.
Guests have included Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Gloria Steinem, Andrew Scott, Lily Allen, Mabel, Kazuo Ishiguro and Malcolm Gladwell. It won the Rising Star Award at the 2019 British Podcast Awards.
Her new novel Magpie, is published in the UK in September 2020. Her latest book, Failosophy: A Handbook for When Things Go Wrong, is out now and has been described by Alain de Botton as ‘beautiful, timely and humane.’
Nick Recommends - How to Build a Happy Life
In this series, Arthur C. Brooks seeks to uncover how we can live more joyful lives. Through scientific discussions and an exploration of what happiness is, Arthur will uncover the how-tos of happy living and assign you exercises to make happiness a daily practice.
Zane Recommends - DIY Musician Podcast
Making music has never been easier, but building a music career today is altogether different. Finding the right audience for your music takes an entrepreneurial mindset, a lot of hard work, and a willingness to experiment. The DIY Musician Podcast features interviews with artists of all styles and backgrounds who’ve found a unique but authentic pathway to success, as well as in-depth discussions with music publicists, promoters, lawyers, publishers, talent buyers, and more. This podcast is geared towards independent musicians who want to build a sustainable music career without giving up (too much) financial or creative control. Hosts Kevin and Chris work with hundreds of thousands of artists at CD Baby, and are actively releasing and promoting their own music too; they're part of the same community they’re helping to educate and encourage with each new episode.
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