Kiel is the Director of Marketing at MonsterConnect and the editor in chief at It’s All Dead. Over the past decade, he has been a contributor for multiple pop culture outlets, and was previously an editor at PopMatters. He currently resides in Indianapolis.
Hanif Abdurraqib is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio, who has recently launched a new project called 68to05 in which he pinpoints the arc of years that made him the music listener and lover he is today. Hanif joined Kiel Hauck on the latest episode of It's All Dead to discuss the project and how he is tracing his musical influence and lineage forward and backwards. He also discusses the ways in which music education in America is flawed and what we lose when black artistic influence is erased or forgotten. Listen in!
Late last year, I happened to stumble upon a Tedx video that really inspired me. The woman giving the talk shared a powerful story about getting fired from her C-suite position and what it means to be true to yourself when faced with adversity.    Her name is Heather Monahan and she’s a best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and founder of Boss In Heels. Heather was kind enough to come on our show to share more about the event that changed the course of her career and what she gained from that difficult experience that has helped her become a leading voice when it comes to creating confidence in others. Listen in to hear her story. Learn More About Heather: https://heathermonahan.com Follow Heather: https://www.linkedin.com/in/theheathermonahan Learn More About MonsterConnect: https://www.monsterconnect.com
It's summer and we've got nowhere to go, so why not go ahead and rank the albums from Taylor Swift? Kiel Hauck is joined by Kyle Schultz as they share their personal journey with one of this generation's musical icons and discuss how her fascinating transition from country to pop. The duo break down all seven studio albums from Taylor Swift and rank their top 10 songs from her discography. They also share their thoughts on Taylor's legacy as a musician and one of our largest pop culture figures. Listen in!
Al Samouelian is the CEO at RPM, a logistics and supply chain company, and one of the fastest growing companies in America. Al hasn’t been sheltered from adversity during the COVID-19 pandemic, but he recently got a perspective check when his 5-year-old daughter serendipitously placed a book about mental toughness on his desk one morning. We invited Al onto the show to talk about that moment with his daughter and his journey from sales leader to organizational leader. But as the conversation progressed, we got into some other areas, including a truly impactful story about his late father, Big Al. Listen in to hear the full story. Learn More About RPM: https://www.rpmmoves.com/ Follow Al: https://www.linkedin.com/in/al-samouelian-9224a417/
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Aug 30th, 1983
Location
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
Episode Count
108
Podcast Count
3
Total Airtime
3 days, 5 hours
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 648377