Do Good, Be Good
By Sharon Tewksbury-Bloom, Owner, Do Good, Be Good
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Do Good, Be Good, the show about helpful people and the challenges they face in trying to do good. You host is Sharon Tewksbury-Bloom, a career do-gooder who also loves craft beer and a good hard tackle in rugby. Ms. Tewksbury-Bloom speaks to everyday people about why they do good and what it means to be good.
||Clean#33 How Do You Build a Business That Builds Community?||What does it look like to build a small business that is grounded in the community and which feels like a family? Rand Jenkins, Founder of Mountain Mojo Marketing Group, has been trying to figure that out. Rand and podcast host Sharon share their early.||11/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#32 Who is a Leader?||As a 14 year old, Diana rode 75 minutes on a public bus to her first job so that she wouldn’t be distracted by friends. Now as the Director of a the Small Business Development Center she helps entrepreneurs realize that they can be entrepreneurs.||11/7/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#31 What’s Next for Do Good, Be Good||Host, Sharon Tewksbury-Bloom, tells her story about being a bone marrow donor and shares an update about the next season of this show. Mentioned in this episode: Be the Match WerkIt Podcast Festival The Do Good, Be Good Facebook Page The Do Good,||10/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#30 What If We Start With Good Enough Now?||Jessica Pettitt has worked as a weight lifting judge, Peace Corps volunteer, diversity trainer, bartender, and more. In this episode she shares what she learned during that varied work history and her work now, on Good Enough Now.||10/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#29 Artificial Pancreas Creates Better Quality of Life for Diabetic Engineer||While in graduate school for mechanical engineering, Chris found out about a few people who were designing systems to connect an insulin pump with a continuous glucose monitor in a way that can best be described as an artificial pancreas.||10/3/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#28 Finding the Fun as a High School Music Teacher||Vocal Musician and Music Teacher, Jamey Hasapis, is a joy to listen to in this interview. He shares what he has learned from a career that spans multiple sectors and positions. Jamey finds the fun in every job and his enthusiasm is contagious: Mentione.||9/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#27 A Virtual Assistant Who is Really There to Help You||“My whole thing is staying organized.” Mike Barugel launched FYT Virtual Assistants to help you. From creating spreadsheets during play as a child to making processes at his first job at McDonald’s, Mike has always had a talent for putting tasks i||9/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#26 Bonus: Identity Crisis from MadCap||Dan Bloom and David Ross from MadCap discuss what it means to pour ourselves into our work and whether or not we should compromise who we are for our careers. It is a fascinating conversation between great friends,||9/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#25 Crafting an Argument for Self Care||Rebekah’s Barre3 fitness class has left me with tears of joy and gratitude. I always wondered why that is. After interviewing Rebekah for this episode, I think I get it. Rebekah used to be a lawyer and takes that skill of constructing an argument into||9/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#24 Enabling Honorable Work from Military to Civilian||As Kenny Greene grew up he admired his Uncle for his honorable service in the military and in life. Now Kenny is working to live up to that example by founding a trade school that connects military veterans with meaningful and rewarding careers as non-||8/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Do Good, Be Good is an interview show that finds very interesting people who "do good" and asks them about what they do. Sharon finds such a variety of people who do good in so many ways from coffee in Nepal to an artificial pancreas. I like that the show is in the 20-25 minute range so that I can listen while I do the mindless odds and ends of daily life, or eat lunch. It doesn't require a large commitment of time unless you're going to binge-listen to an entire season! You should do that, however, if you are just joining her as a listener. Sharon is warm and friendly and conveys a true interest in the speaker. Give her a listen!
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The first episode took me a couple places I didn't expect to go--the mad world of arena football contrasted with the challenges of coaching soccer to three-year-olds. Sharon's warmth, interview skills, and knowledge of the nonprofit/volunteer sector are all audible here. Looking forward to Episode #2 and many more.