Click Here To Apply - Interviews About Interesting Jobs And How To Do Them

#03 - Nathaniel Whittemore teaches me how to meet the most interesting people and coach executives on communication

An episode of Click Here To Apply - Interviews About Interesting Jobs And How To Do Them

By Tony Sheng
Once again, Tony Sheng finds himself without a job.

This time, he wants to get it right. There are millions of things you could do, but you can only ever do one of those things at a time. It’s not fair. How do you find what you’re really meant to do? So instead of getting a job, he is starting a podcast to find out what everybody else is doing. And whether he should do it too.

Honest and playful, Click Here To Apply is a weekly opportunity for Tony to catch up with the most interesting people he knows and just maybe find something to do along the way.
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#03 - Nathaniel Whittemore teaches me how to meet the most interesting people and coach executives on communication
Nathaniel Whittemore, an independent communications advisor and curator of Long Reads Sunday, attributes his success to his consistent desire to meet the most interesting people of his generation.   Nathaniel and Tony discuss experimenting with media, the role of narratives, the high ROI of creating content, and more.  Get Long Reads Sunday here:  https://www.getrevue.co/profile/nlw  Follow Nathaniel Whittemore here:   https://twitter.com/nlw  Got a question or want to share your feedback? Message Tony on twitter at twitter.com/tonysheng.  For more about Tony and his work or to get Tony's biweekly analysis of the crypto industry, visit tonysheng.com. 
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