24: Cindy Jo Hinkleman: Adventures in Sound


Cindy Jo “C. J.” Hinkleman talks about her journey through radio, film, and audiobooks, and shares what she’s learned about sound, success, and life.

Cindy Jo Hinkleman works as an award winning audiobook director and editor. She is also an audiobook coach through her class, “Unlock the Audiobook Mystery.” Cindy Jo originally worked in radio as a production engineer, artist interviewer and syndicated show host.  After radio, she was a sound editor for feature films being nominated for numerous awards and winning an Oscar. Continue Reading →

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23: Pedro Shanahan, The Actors’ Gang and Seven Grand Whiskey Bar: Where Whiskey and Shakespeare Meet


Pedro Shanahan

(photo credit: Josh Hodas)

Meet Pedro Shanahan. I attempt to keep up with him, his imagination, and his life.

Pedro Shanahan is Spirit Guide for Seven Grand Whiskey Bar in Downtown Los Angeles and a member of The Actors’ Gang, among other talents. Continue Reading →

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22: Yvonne Ericsson, Nordic Innovation House: How to Connect with Silicon Valley

How does a new startup succeed in Silicon Valley? Nordic Innovation House, located in Palo Alto, California, provides one model. For tech startups from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, or Denmark, they provide a variety of resources and connections to grow the business in the heart of Silicon Valley. Yvonne Ericsson is the Community Manager and we learn about her dynamic story, and what makes the Nordic Innovation House so great. Continue Reading →

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20: Jeffrey Ryan, Ryan & Faris: How to Make Music


Special thanks to Brian Endicott for the introduction.

What does it take to make the music you want to make? Talent? Time? The right people? Luck?

Jeffrey Ryan, of the band Ryan & Faris, and I discuss all those things along with his childhood, life, and how he’s developed as a musician throughout the years. Continue Reading →

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18: Rick Taub’s Excellent Adventure: The Midnight Blues Review & LA Music Booking


Music credits: Jonathan Hodges for Miss Mickey Champion’s “Since I Fell For You,” and Rick Taub for the Terraplane Project’s “Back Back Train”

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Photo creditRick Mendoza

Don’t ever think it’s too late to start something great.

While he listened to a variety of music growing up, Rick Taub initially started to play and perform music Continue Reading →

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17: Jon Schumacher, Hangouts That Convert: How to Hit Your Stride in a New Business


How long does it take to find your groove, your passion? For many of us, it’s a constant search. Our guest Jon Schumacher is currently involved in a cool business he has co-created called Hangouts That Convert. For Jon, it’s been an interesting journey to get to this point. Continue Reading →

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16: Michelle Phi, PerezHilton.com & Afterbuzz TV: How to Get on the Path to Success


If you had any choice, where would you live?

Growing up in the Sacramento, California area, our guest Michelle Phi had a dream of living in Los Angeles. She finally got to move to LA about a year ago, working as a writer for PerezHilton.com and as a co-host on Afterbuzz TV. She talks about the draw of Los Angeles and how she likes it so far. Continue Reading →

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15: Vincent Wimbush, Institute for Signifying Scriptures: Religion, Sacred Texts, and Your World


If you think it’s tough leaving a job, imagine leaving a tenured teaching position behind.

Vincent Wimbush left a career teaching Biblical Studies in a university setting to start his own organization. Learn more about Vincent’s life, his views on learning, religion, and interpreting texts and the world around us, and why he decided to leave the confines of teaching in a college to set out on his own. Continue Reading →

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14: Tony Ryals, Art of Hope Gallery: How to Overcome Anything and Create a Masterpiece


If you need a reminder of how important it is to live more fully – or if are like me, need a kick in the pants to get off our collective lazy such-and-such – then this is the episode for you.

Tony Ryals was born with Arthrogryposis, which causes joints not to function properly. It affects people in different ways, and in the case of Tony, the joints in his arms, legs, hands, and feet don’t work. Continue Reading →

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13: Nancy Rhee: 7 Things About Harold + Reviews of Blue Apron, TableRunner, & Munchery


If you are searching for dinnertime simplicity, or deciding on dinner every night is a major inconvenience, listen to our reviews on this episode.

If this were a Woody Allen film, it would be Seven Things You Wanted to Know about Harold Rhee But Were Too Afraid to Ask. Or not. Continue Reading →

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12: Koy McDermott, Leaders Inspire Leaders: How to Turn Your Passion Into Your Business


Check out this podcast if you are a Millennial frustrated with work. If you are tired of working for others, Koy McDermott’s life story and journey may inspire you.

We are pleased to have Koy McDermott, founder of Leaders Inspire Leaders, as our guest on Studiomouth. He is an entrepreneurial leadership coach, striving to help Millennials and others turn their passion into business. He also hosts his own podcast, and we discuss other projects he is working on during the episode. Continue Reading →

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10: Michael Cicchini & Amy Kushner, The Legal Watchdog Podcast: Creating a Podcast with Personality


If you want to gain some legal knowledge and listen to some intelligent conversation and entertaining banter, the Legal Watchdog podcast is for you. If you are interested in your own podcast, this conversation with Michael Cicchini and Amy Kushner might inspire you to get started!

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9: Zeph Rose: Most Interesting Person on My Street


WARNING: Personal stories with some mature content. May not be appropriate for young listeners.

Meet Zeph Rose, he’s the most interesting person in the world. More specifically, on my street.

Zeph was born in a log cabin. Really. Continue Reading →

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