Category: New Episode

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

Sarah Knight Sucks at Not Doing Anything

International best-selling author Sarah Knight isn’t bad at much, which makes sense since she writes anti-self-help books about caring less about what people think and managing anxiety. In this episode of StoryShout, Sarah and Kelsey Jones sit down to discuss the art of being able to do “nothing” and how that factors into anxiety, your […]

Amalia Sucks at Getting Stuff Done (aka Procrastinating)

Though Amalia and I just met through a mutual friend to record this episode, we have something in common: we both procrastinate…a lot. Though, as Amalia states, it has never done us wrong. We have a great conversation about procrastinating that includes: The logic behind procrastinating Why we procrastinate some things and not others How […]