E49: Podcasts That Made Us Think This Year: Team Genevieve Digital shares their Favorite Podcasts from 2020

Episode 49 Featured Image Favorite Podcasts of 2020

Have you thought about the types of people who make up your team?

Our team at Genevieve Digital is made up of women from diverse backgrounds, talents, and experiences. They each bring a unique perspective that enriches the work we’re doing.

Recently, we went through an exercise that opened my eyes to the valuable assets I have on my team. Each of these women shows up in special ways that broaden my view of the world and how we’re impacting it.

In today’s episode, I’m sharing with you the results of that exercise. Each team member, myself included, shared the podcast episode that most influenced them this year. They could choose from any podcast, and their answers were as individual as they are.

If you’re looking for unconventional perspectives that challenge the norm, we’ve got what you need.

The podcasts that made the list cover a wide range of topics.

  • What if our view of what it means to be creative is too narrow?

  • What if the effectiveness of popular gurus is actually an illusion?

  • What if we saw our struggles not as personal flaws but as signs that something needs to change?

These episodes challenged us to forge new paths as we continue to work for a more equitable world. After the year we’ve had, our world will never be the same. It can’t be.

I hope today’s episode inspires you to approach this coming year with a mind open to possibility. Listen now.

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Episode 49 Recap

  • [4:01] How Christina S’s favorite podcast helped her to not feel so jaded about some big issues she’s been grappling with

  • [7:56] How Christina G’s favorite podcast reinforced a view on marketing that is unconventional and controversial

  • [11:11] How Liz’s favorite podcast helped her see what creativity really looks like even for those not in “creative” fields

  • [15:27] How Renia’s favorite podcast helped her to see areas she personally needed to work on to have a more effective impact on the world

  • [20:31] How Renia has found freedom operate differently in the world of marketing and to allow her clients and employees to do the same

Resources Mentioned in Episode 49

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Small Stage, Big Impact is hosted by Renia Carsillo (that’s me!). I am hardcore passionate and committed to bringing the systems and strategies that give big brands an unfair advantage to local businesses. For that reason, I created the Local Rock Star Intensive, where I help local business owners use their small stage to have a BIG impact. Thank you for being here and reading this far!

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