Interviews

Life Of Work with Musician Halli Anderson Of River Whyless

Halli Anderson is a musician who writes, sings, and plays violin for River Whyless, an American folk band from Asheville, North Carolina. “This band is an amalgamation of folk and pop and beyond. Brilliant harmonies and words,” says Bob Boilen of NPR Music. “There are hints of Paul Simon in their inflections and poetic phrasing. Their songs feel fresh and nicely crafted.”

Today we talk to Halli about her songwriting process, the impact COVID-19 will have on artists, whether Spotify is good for musicians, her perspective on the #MeToo movement in the music industry, and much more.

Life Of Work – Bridge Builder Devin Connell

Devin Connell is the Industry Program Director at Bridges to Prosperity, an international non-profit organization that works with isolated communities to create access to essential health care, education and economic opportunities by building footbridges over impassable rivers.

We talk to Devin about why bridges are important, his advice for managers, underrated places to travel, and more.

Life Of Work with Sarah Wolf, Potter And Founder Of Wolf Ceramics

Today’s Work of Life interview is with Sarah Wolf. Sarah is the founder of Wolf Ceramics, a Portland-based ceramics production studio. In this interview, we talk to Sarah about her foundations as an artist, where she learned how to shake hands, the joys of running her own business, and her favorite R&B playlist to listen to while throwing.

Life Of Work with Journalist Thorne Anderson

Thorne Anderson is a practicing journalist and a professor at the University of North Texas in the journalism school.

Today, we talk to Thorne about how to connect with the people you’re reporting on, working in war zones, places more people should visit, and more.

Life Of Work with Employment Attorney Amber Gardina-Quintanilla

Today’s Work of Life interview is with Amber Gardina-Quintanilla.

Amber works as an in-house employment counsel for a staffing company in San Diego, California.

Today, we talk to Amber about why she chose employment law, her experience being a woman of color at work, what OTAAT means to her, and her 21 years of veganism.

Life Of Work – With Yoga Teacher Jacob Friedman

The inaugural Work of Life interview is with Jacob Friedman.

Jacob is a full-time yoga instructor in New York State, and he is also leading our new Weekend Yoga Class, Wake Up with Jacob, which will launch tomorrow for TWT members only.

Today, we talk to Jacob about his favorite job he’s ever had, cultural appropriation, why you should give yoga a try, his most sacred experience of the past decade, and much more. Let’s dive in.

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