Heather Vickery Sucks at Parenting Teenagers

In this episode of StoryShout, podcaster, author, and success and leadership coach Heather Vickery joins Kelsey Jones to discuss a big one: parenting teenagers.

Heather and Kelsey discuss their experiences with parenting and how evolving with each child and age is the only way to stay sane, even if you feel like you’re failing.

To catch up with Heather, head over to her website and listen to her podcast.

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Mary Fox Bouygues Sucks at Being Tidy

Marlow CEO and Co-Founder Mary Fox Bouygues sucks at being tidy, at least according to her husband.

On this first episode of season 2, Mary and Kelsey discuss why tidying is so easy for some people and so difficult for others, as well as when tidying makes sense and when it’s better to wait.

Learn more about Mary and Marlow on LinkedIn and Marlow’s website.

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That’s a Wrap for Season One!

Thank you everyone for joining us for season one of StoryShout. We appreciate all our listeners.

We will be back in early 2022 with season two. In the meantime, enjoy past episodes and follow us on all major platforms to catch the newest episode when it comes out.

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Mary Sucks at Being in the Moment

This week, our guest Mary Davies has a tendency to not live in the moment,  which can affect wellbeing and appreciating life as it currently is. Kelsey and Mary discuss how important the present is, how we have taken the present for granted, and the moments in which the present was right where we wanted to be.

To catch up with Mary, connect with her on LinkedIn.

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This episode is the last one of season one. We’ll be back at the beginning of the new year with season two of StoryShout. In the meantime, don’t forget to follow us on your favorite podcast platforms and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.

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Lisa Sucked at Avoiding Burnout

Author and business owner Lisa Buyer joins us this week to discuss her experience with totally burning out from always being in survival mode, which lead to a career shift.

Lisa’s story is something many of us know well: we work 10+ hours a day thinking we’re making a better life for ourselves when we’re actually grinding our mind and body into the ground. Lisa and Kelsey discuss how Lisa got out of survival mode and what she’s doing now.

Learn more about Lisa and her podcast and books at: socialprsecrets.com.

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Catherine Sucks at Arts & Crafts

Catherine Quiambao joins us this week to discuss the wild world of arts & crafts. We talk about questionable art projects we do with our kids, how my mom suffered through Girl Scout patches and thoughts on what arts & crafts projects may be a good fit.

Learn more about Catherine’s podcast at No Hacks Marketing!

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Robyn Sucks at Not Catastrophizing

This week’s guest is Robyn Johnson, who tends to go into the worst possible scenario when something doesn’t go how she expected.

We dive into how that affects her as a business owner and mother, and how our childhoods may have shaped how we try to prepare for situations.

You can follow Robyn at @AMZRobynJohnson on Twitter.

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We All Suck at Failure: Getting Meta With Geoffrey Colon

This week gets meta as Geoffrey Colon of Microsoft and Kelsey Jones discuss failure as a whole in our society. Why is failure frowned upon when it has lead to the world’s greatest innovations?

We also discussed why the nerds you laughed at in school built the technology you rely on and where our society is going next in terms of innovation and failure.

Geoffrey is on Twitter if you want to talk more.

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Casie Sucks at Thinking it Through

This week, Casie Gillette joins Kelsey Jones to discuss the impulsiveness of home DIY and how not everything has to be a huge endeavor.  While Casie wants to jump headfirst into a project, sometimes there’s an easier way. It doesn’t have to be the “whole enchilada.”

Casie and Kelsey discuss homeownership, electric cars, and how sometimes, the easiest thing is right under our nose.

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Dr. Pete Meyers Doesn’t Have a Sense of Direction

Dr. Pete Meyers (of Moz fame) is terrible at knowing where he is. In this episode of StoryShout, Pete and Kelsey discuss their failures in giving directions, navigating traffic circles (aka roundabouts), and how their brain goes fuzzy when people throw out the terms “east” and “north.” This episode is hilarious, don’t miss it!

Dr. Pete is pretty active on Twitter if you want to ask for directions in Chicago (or, maybe you shouldn’t).

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