Erin Keam's Conversations About Closets With My Closest 1000 Friends.
It was the winter of my discontent....well, not quite.
In the winter of 2020, it wasn't the pandemic that got to me, it was Seasonal Affected Disorder. Well, Covid 19 did play a part as I couldn't leave Seattle for somewhere sunny. To get me through the grey days, in December 2020, my coach suggested I call a woman every day that I didn't know. OK, I could get on board with that. All women are awesome, and isolation isn't healthy. We need a #squad!
But then she told me to record the conversation and upload it as a podcast . Say what? Surprisingly, many amazing women took the leap of faith and I interviewed them. I never edited...and I got better as I went along. Some days were harder than others because of the blues, some days I was on fire and some days I was so absorbed I forgot to ask about their closets (oops) - but my guests always blew my mind. Get to know them, reach out and connect with them.
As of August 2021 I have recorded over 100 episodes - YOU can start & launch your own podcast in a week (I did mine in a day) see above to make it happen).
Female-identifying and want to be a guest?
Kris Keppeler, producer and narrator of audio books, actor, hilarious host of Does This Happen to You and appreciator of color.
Nina Sadovnikova from self-only.com on being a female entrepreneur in Moscow, the importance of psychotherapy and wearing three colors.
Karen Howells from The Howells Group on radical love, kind truth, leadership, the seasons in our life...and our closets.
Kaitlyn Daniel from Learning to Lead on resilience training, listening to your body, adaptability, hammocks and scarves.
Dr. Jen O'Ryan, her book Inclusive AF, diversity in organizations, blue capes and speed cameras.
Elizabeth Gray from Securion Financial on chicken sitting, vampires, planned giving and non-profits.