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Taking the leap and quitting his full-time job to pursue his passion, Zach started a business making custom, hand-made guitar pedals. Now he has guitarists all over the world using them, which has helped him make inroads with dealers all over the USA and the UK. Zach and his wife Morgan now custom build Mythos pedals and sell to guitarists worldwide.
This week Blake catches up with his best friend Jeremy and his wife Kat as they talk about their new project called 'New Life' and their process as they try to do the newlywed thing on top of create music and run a business together.
Blake sat down with Dominique Willingham this week. Dominique graduated from Union University just outside of Memphis, where he's from, and promptly moved to L.A. to pursue acting and dancing. He's loving his time out there and spends a little bit recapping what sent him to the West Coast and what he hopes to accomplish.
Nathan Mcfarlane, otherwise known as Doctor Mcfarland, is a YouTuber, and studio guitarist from right here in Middle TN.  After the band he played with for 8 years toured Europe, they split. Nathan was left trying to rediscover why he got into playing guitar in the first place and what he wanted to do with that talent.  He's decided to use it to teach and make YouTube videos showing off and talking about gear that he finds along the way. He also has a home studio where he tracks bands and produces music.
Dave is the founder and owner of CLIP Software. They help over 12,000 companies in the lawn care service industry do their routing, scheduling, job costing, and customer management. They've been around for over 30 years and are the industry's leader. He's also been a conference speaker at international business networks, homeschooling conferences, and green industry events. He only spends about 10% working these days as he's systematized CLIP and organized the employees so that he can focus on family, faith and doing what he loves best - helping others acheive their own sucess.
Blake calls Shannon the "House of Cards of Hair Salons". Shannon Sledge is the owner of Calla Lily Day Spa and Salon. Two years after leaving corporate America in 2003 she got her license to cut hair. In not too long, she took ownership of the shop and still finds time to take good care of her family.
Jeremy Simster joins Blake this week. Jeremy is a storyboard artist who's worked on a bunch of superhero shows for the CW, including The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends Of Tomorrow. He's also got his hand in the upcoming Fox release Deadpool 2 and made his way to Westeros to work on some of the biggest Game Of Thrones episodes. Jeremy also hosts his own podcast called Ace The Cloak, a pop culture podcast focusing on the creative side of comics and film/TV.
When my husband and I were blessed with our first child I instantly quit my career and became a stay at home, home-educating mother. Now that this season of my life is coming to an end, I was wondering what I should do? After several years of contemplating I realized that I should do what I have been doing all a long; mentoring and walking with other ladies through their life journey. Some school thought me worthy of a Doctorates Degree, and didn't know if I should work off the degree, or what? As I processed this, I decided that a Life Coach, Professional Coach and a Financial Coach was the best suited for me and my next season of my life.
Faith is the creator of the Boom Podcast, a writer, a professor at Middle TN State University and The Art Institute of Nashville, a mother, and in general, a giant geek. Check out her amazing story about how the Boom Podcast got started, where it's going, and what's coming up next for the show and her!
In the 4th and final episode in our series, Blake continues his conversation with some of our first guests and see what they've done since we've talked to them last. Page Wisher, Caitlyn Parris, and Danny Perdieu sit down with Blake and catch up.
This 3rd week Blake continues his conversation with some of our first guests and see what they've done since we've talked to them last. Page Wisher, Caitlyn Parris, and Danny Perdieu sit down with Blake and catch up.
This Blake continues his conversation with some of our first guests and see what they've done since we've talked to them last. Page Wisher, Caitlyn Parris, and Danny Perdieu sit down with Blake and catch up.
This week we catch up with some of our first guests and see what they've done since we've talked to them last. Page Wisher, Caitlyn Parris, and Danny Perdieu sit down with Blake and catch up.
Susan, a self-described life-long band nerd and a strong advocate for proper grammar, began her musical adventures at age 9 at a piano keyboard.  While her heart told her to pursue music as a career, she decided that the world needed at least one more scientist;  Susan then headed to North Carolina State University, where she spent most of her time in the music department. After graduation, she spent almost a whole year setting accidental fires in a chemistry lab and decided to seek her fortune as an attorney.  After graduating with a law degree from Texas A&M University School of Law, she started her law practice in Tennessee. When she’s not playing bass guitar, arguing with people in court, diagramming sentences, or scouring the digisphere for the newest and most exciting things in Americana for the Hype Machine-listed Mother Church Pew to dazzle your ears, Susan is fervently helming her independent and alternative music site, East of 8th, in Nashville. Recently Susan became the wonderfully outgoing publicist who runs HearthPR's Nashville branch. A well-known writer and interviewer in the Nashville scene, Susan broke into this notoriously closed music community by the power of her writing, personality, and musical curation. She runs Mother Church Pew, a go-to site for Americana music nationally, as well as East of 8th, a website focused on Nashville's independent and alternative music scene. She lives in Nashville with her husband Lynn, who is a fabulous cook, and two small rambunctious boys.
Listen to Stacie Collins as she sits down and talks to Blake about her band, hanging out on stage with Steven Tyler, and even plays her harmonica for us! Stacie is a blues musician and the lead singer in a rock n roll band with her husband Al Collins. They call it STACIE COLLINS & The AL-Might 3. They've managed to release 4 records and one live DVD/CD of original material on their own label. They've been touring Europe 3 to 4 times a year for the last 7 years and have had 3 successful fan funded records.
Join Blake as he talks with Scott Walker. Scott is the president of WGNS, the local talk radio station in Murfreesboro, TN. He's an avid photographer that loves to tell stories about the town he lives in and the people that make it up.
Meet Drew Johnson, a vet, a husband, a father, and a truck driver. Listen to this guy's crazy story as he describes how he got into the service, got out, and got into trucking.
This week Blake hung out with his friend from school, Grant Riley. Grant worked on the 2016 Marco Rubio campaign and continues to be heavily involved in politics and even does some consulting.
Blake and Jason go back a little ways and now they're catching up on the PS1 Podcast! Jason anchors the weekend morning shows and reports during the week for WMNT in West Michigan. He's known since elementary school that he wanted to be in the news business. Hang out as Blake catches up with and finds out a bit more about him!
Blake is with Ali Hemyari this week! As the training director at Nashville K-9, Ali oversees all company operations on a daily basis. He’ll make sure your dog’s training program fits your needs and produces results beyond your highest expectations. He enjoys participating in triathlons, SCUBA diving, flying helicopters and airplanes, and traveling the world. As a philanthropist, he donates hundreds of hours each year to middle Tennessee communities, police departments, and humane organizations. Ali is the only civilian K-9 trainer in the state of Tennessee that has completed and graduated from a police mandated S.W.A.T. K-9 School recognized by the National Tactical Officers’ Association (NTOA K-9). As a tenured police officer, he has commanded multiple police department K-9 teams and two rescue squad K-9 teams with a total of over 40 handlers under his direction. His vast experience and knowledge come from the discipline of a working/sport dog background along with the integration of government K-9 applications. He has trained dogs across the nation, from the smallest of Chihuahuas to the largest of Mastiffs, and his participation in several trials and trainings across the world has led him to be considered one of the best trainers in the southeast United States. Ali is also a certified AKC Evaluator.
Meet Peter Vaque, the guy that makes the show go on. As the owner of Springtree Media Group, Peter ensures that some of the biggest acts and venues get the lighting, sound, and event gear set up and running smoothly. If you've flown into the Nashville Airport, you've likely seen his work. He and his team designed and installed the live stage in the terminal Join Blake as he sits down with this insanely extraordinary guy and discusses what drives him and what got him where he is.
This weeks conversation is with Erica Rodgers a writer and freelance copy editor. Erica has written some books and stories specifically for publishers, but is still working on selling one of her original stories. She talks a bit about her latest book that is ready to be sold to a publisher. Her and Blake also talk about Game of Thrones, favorite books, and the writing journey/process for her. You can contact/follow Erica on Twitter: @ericaivy13
Blake sat down this week with the guys from Spoken Token, a podcast all about board games! They talk about their show and discuss everything from conception to publication, distribution, sales and of course playing, sharing, and collecting.
Ep 035 Doc Shaw by Pod Studio 1 Podcast
Once again Larry Christley joins us to sit an talk all about home schooling and how much more it is than doing school from home.
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Pod Studio 1 Podcast
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Feb 14th, 2017
Latest Episode
Mar 30th, 2018
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About 1 hour

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