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ZigZag

By Stable Genius Productions

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Description

Meet Manoush and Jen, founders of Stable Genius Productions. They’re documenting the process of starting a media company while trying not to simultaneously become bad mothers, bankrupt themselves, or destroy their wonderful creative partnership. And when their first funding comes in the form of cryptocurrency, things get really interesting. ZigZag is a meta-mix of voice memos, taped conversations, come-to-Jesus moments, and mini-stories about entrepreneurship, deciding how to align your values with your ambitions, and building strong partnerships.

Customer Reviews

Enough already

Enough recap, recap, recap and who you are, what you’re doing, and why and actually give us some real content. It’s as tough you weren’t ready to tell the story you intend to tell and started to publish episodes prematurely.

Not about Tech

These are two journalists, not tech people. They promised their first episode would be about the blockchain but that was a lie. They failed to make me care about any of their entrepreneurial woes in their first episode. Zigzag is an appropriate name because they don’t seem very focused.

Wait and See

I love Manoush and I used to be a regular listener to Note to Self. I am trying reallllllly hard to like this new show but halfway through Chapter 6 (after learning from previous episodes that the tokens will make or break this experiment they're running) it feels like I'm talking to a friend who just joined AmWay and is trying hard to get me to "buy in". It's like Startup meets Avon. "Watch us try to make it in this business...oh but our success hangs solely on YOUR willingness to buy tokens to keep our show on the air!" Ugh. Cringey at the least and tacky at the most. I'll keep listening though because like I said before, I love Manoush and her style; I'm just hoping the show becomes more actual content and less selling later on. I don't mind branded podcasts when I know they're branded but this isn't it.