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Notes on Doing (NOD) is a series of inspiring interviews with people who love what they do, with host Jenna Matecki. notesondoing.com IG: @notesondoing FB: /notesondoingseries contact: http://bit.ly/1VMCRfX

Latest Episodes

065: Looking forward

In retrospect, Jenna has some things to say about Notes on Doing.Check out what she's up to today at postcardsfromjenna.com, holajenna.com, and @jennamatecki on Instagram.

8 MINFEB 22
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065: Looking forward

064: Mark Osborne on the invisible things

Notes on Doing's NODcast episode 064 where Jenna interviews Mark Osborne. Mark Osborne is an animation film director. He directed The Little Prince, Kung Fu Panda, Spongebob Squarepants, music videos for Coldplay and Weird Al, and the short films More and Greener. Lately he's working on a trilogy film adaption of theepic comic book series Bone. Listen to what Mark had to say about getting started in animation, the risks of being successful, creative control versus independence,the art of the pitch, the importance of a family-first approach, and all those essential things that are invisible to the eye. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

91 MIN2017 SEP 20
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064: Mark Osborne on the invisible things

063: Justus Meyer & Eric McCoy on making it happen, together.

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 063 where Jenna interviews Eric McCoy and Justus Meyer, the filmmakers behindMcCoy Meyer. They're a directing duo that's produced over 100 commercials, short films, and music videos. Listen to what they said about being professional problem solvers,gratitude, gut checks, and big laughs, what it's like to havedeath as a best friend, surprise and empathy, directing on set, finding your voice, having fun, and making it all happen – together. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

60 MIN2017 JUL 26
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063: Justus Meyer & Eric McCoy on making it happen, together.

062: Caitlin Pasko on self-respect

Notes on Doing's NODcastepisode 062 where Jenna interviews Caitlin Pasko. Caitlin is the music publicist running Drunken Piano, a company managing and representingover 35bands. She is also a musicianand just released thealbum Glass Period. Listen to what Caitlin had to say about leading with a feather, being both brave and shy, music as a career, and self-respect. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. Notesondoing.com

54 MIN2017 MAY 11
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062: Caitlin Pasko on self-respect

061: Danielle Jackson on being sure of what’s right for you

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 061 where Jenna interviews Danielle Jackson. Danielle is a writer, focusing on culture and social dynamics. She founded the consultancy Culture Culture, and has a backgroundacross arts administration, community development, media, social justice, photography, and more, includingco-founding the Bronx Documentary Center. Listen to what Danielle had to say about making, thinking, creating, and leading. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

56 MIN2017 APR 4
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061: Danielle Jackson on being sure of what’s right for you

060: Jon Bowermaster on having a body of work

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 060 where Jenna interviews Jon Bowermaster, an environmental filmmaker, writer, and adventurer. Jon is an oceans expert who has spent his career telling stories about climate change and conservation. He has traveled from his home in New York's Hudson Valley to over 90 countries around the world, often by sea kayak. Listen to what Jon had to say about running a newspaper out of a basement in Iowa, leather jackets, 8inch floppy disks, writing for every major print magazine in the 80s and 90s, dogsleds, polar explorers, sea fossils on the chilean altiplano, the true nature of danger, the birthplace of the winds, and learning. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

70 MIN2017 MAR 18
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060: Jon Bowermaster on having a body of work

059: Meitha Al Mazrooei on how ideas don’t start from zero

Notes on Doing's NODcast episode 059 where Jenna interviewsMeitha Al Mazrooei, Founder and Editorof WATAD architecture and design magazine. Listen to what Meitha had to say about curiosity, printed matter, aesthetics, Dubai, and creative honesty. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

41 MIN2017 FEB 24
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059: Meitha Al Mazrooei on how ideas don’t start from zero

058: DJ Sharlese Metcalf on the importance of listening

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 058, where Jenna interviews Sharlese Metcalf. Sharlese is a DJ at KEXP Seattle. Shehosts and producesAudioasis,aNorthwest music show. Sharlese is also KEXP'sMusic Community Events Coordinator. Listen to what Sharlese had to say about beloved songs and mixtapes, fanmail, the importance of music, hosting her show (while also dancing in the booth), and being a part ofKEXP. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

38 MIN2017 FEB 8
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058: DJ Sharlese Metcalf on the importance of listening

057: Jim Estill on doing the right thing

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 057 where Jenna interviewsJim Estill. Jim is the CEO of Danby, a Guelph, Ontario-based manufacturer of electrical appliances. Jim recently took over a million dollars of his own money and organized a massive community-wide effort to sponsor and support over 58Syrian families immigrating to Canada. Jim also is an immensely successful businessman who, throughout his career, has invested in, led, and scaled companies worth billions of dollars. Listen to what Jim had to say about inspiration, intuition, time management, cowboys, the psychology of failure, entrepreneurial angst, and doing the right thing. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

80 MIN2017 JAN 26
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057: Jim Estill on doing the right thing

SEASON II OF NOTES ON DOING

Welcome to Season II of Notes on Doing. I have some updates for you - 1. Episodes are now happening twice a month, and I need some great suggestions for interviewees. Do you know someone amazing who loves what they do? Send me a note! 2. Thanks to you there’s now a Notes on Doing Community, join it on Facebook and come to the meetups! Also, if you could take a second now to review the show on iTunes you’ll make my day and help bring in more listeners. 3. And ever wonder what this is all about? I’m writing a book about Notes on Doing. These interviews on the podcast are contributing research to the book - through the voices and perspectives of people who show what it looks like to love what you do. Do you know anyone in publishing world, book agents, authors? If you could connect me with them I’d really appreciate it. I have so many questions about how all of that works. 4. Through Notes on Doing I’ve found what it is that I love to do, and that’s interviewing people. I’m curr...

1 MIN2017 JAN 10
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SEASON II OF NOTES ON DOING

Latest Episodes

065: Looking forward

In retrospect, Jenna has some things to say about Notes on Doing.Check out what she's up to today at postcardsfromjenna.com, holajenna.com, and @jennamatecki on Instagram.

8 MINFEB 22
Comments
065: Looking forward

064: Mark Osborne on the invisible things

Notes on Doing's NODcast episode 064 where Jenna interviews Mark Osborne. Mark Osborne is an animation film director. He directed The Little Prince, Kung Fu Panda, Spongebob Squarepants, music videos for Coldplay and Weird Al, and the short films More and Greener. Lately he's working on a trilogy film adaption of theepic comic book series Bone. Listen to what Mark had to say about getting started in animation, the risks of being successful, creative control versus independence,the art of the pitch, the importance of a family-first approach, and all those essential things that are invisible to the eye. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

91 MIN2017 SEP 20
Comments
064: Mark Osborne on the invisible things

063: Justus Meyer & Eric McCoy on making it happen, together.

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 063 where Jenna interviews Eric McCoy and Justus Meyer, the filmmakers behindMcCoy Meyer. They're a directing duo that's produced over 100 commercials, short films, and music videos. Listen to what they said about being professional problem solvers,gratitude, gut checks, and big laughs, what it's like to havedeath as a best friend, surprise and empathy, directing on set, finding your voice, having fun, and making it all happen – together. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

60 MIN2017 JUL 26
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063: Justus Meyer & Eric McCoy on making it happen, together.

062: Caitlin Pasko on self-respect

Notes on Doing's NODcastepisode 062 where Jenna interviews Caitlin Pasko. Caitlin is the music publicist running Drunken Piano, a company managing and representingover 35bands. She is also a musicianand just released thealbum Glass Period. Listen to what Caitlin had to say about leading with a feather, being both brave and shy, music as a career, and self-respect. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. Notesondoing.com

54 MIN2017 MAY 11
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062: Caitlin Pasko on self-respect

061: Danielle Jackson on being sure of what’s right for you

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 061 where Jenna interviews Danielle Jackson. Danielle is a writer, focusing on culture and social dynamics. She founded the consultancy Culture Culture, and has a backgroundacross arts administration, community development, media, social justice, photography, and more, includingco-founding the Bronx Documentary Center. Listen to what Danielle had to say about making, thinking, creating, and leading. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

56 MIN2017 APR 4
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061: Danielle Jackson on being sure of what’s right for you

060: Jon Bowermaster on having a body of work

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 060 where Jenna interviews Jon Bowermaster, an environmental filmmaker, writer, and adventurer. Jon is an oceans expert who has spent his career telling stories about climate change and conservation. He has traveled from his home in New York's Hudson Valley to over 90 countries around the world, often by sea kayak. Listen to what Jon had to say about running a newspaper out of a basement in Iowa, leather jackets, 8inch floppy disks, writing for every major print magazine in the 80s and 90s, dogsleds, polar explorers, sea fossils on the chilean altiplano, the true nature of danger, the birthplace of the winds, and learning. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

70 MIN2017 MAR 18
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060: Jon Bowermaster on having a body of work

059: Meitha Al Mazrooei on how ideas don’t start from zero

Notes on Doing's NODcast episode 059 where Jenna interviewsMeitha Al Mazrooei, Founder and Editorof WATAD architecture and design magazine. Listen to what Meitha had to say about curiosity, printed matter, aesthetics, Dubai, and creative honesty. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

41 MIN2017 FEB 24
Comments
059: Meitha Al Mazrooei on how ideas don’t start from zero

058: DJ Sharlese Metcalf on the importance of listening

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 058, where Jenna interviews Sharlese Metcalf. Sharlese is a DJ at KEXP Seattle. Shehosts and producesAudioasis,aNorthwest music show. Sharlese is also KEXP'sMusic Community Events Coordinator. Listen to what Sharlese had to say about beloved songs and mixtapes, fanmail, the importance of music, hosting her show (while also dancing in the booth), and being a part ofKEXP. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

38 MIN2017 FEB 8
Comments
058: DJ Sharlese Metcalf on the importance of listening

057: Jim Estill on doing the right thing

Notes on Doing's NODcast Episode 057 where Jenna interviewsJim Estill. Jim is the CEO of Danby, a Guelph, Ontario-based manufacturer of electrical appliances. Jim recently took over a million dollars of his own money and organized a massive community-wide effort to sponsor and support over 58Syrian families immigrating to Canada. Jim also is an immensely successful businessman who, throughout his career, has invested in, led, and scaled companies worth billions of dollars. Listen to what Jim had to say about inspiration, intuition, time management, cowboys, the psychology of failure, entrepreneurial angst, and doing the right thing. Notes on Doing is a series of conversations with people who love what they do. notesondoing.com

80 MIN2017 JAN 26
Comments
057: Jim Estill on doing the right thing

SEASON II OF NOTES ON DOING

Welcome to Season II of Notes on Doing. I have some updates for you - 1. Episodes are now happening twice a month, and I need some great suggestions for interviewees. Do you know someone amazing who loves what they do? Send me a note! 2. Thanks to you there’s now a Notes on Doing Community, join it on Facebook and come to the meetups! Also, if you could take a second now to review the show on iTunes you’ll make my day and help bring in more listeners. 3. And ever wonder what this is all about? I’m writing a book about Notes on Doing. These interviews on the podcast are contributing research to the book - through the voices and perspectives of people who show what it looks like to love what you do. Do you know anyone in publishing world, book agents, authors? If you could connect me with them I’d really appreciate it. I have so many questions about how all of that works. 4. Through Notes on Doing I’ve found what it is that I love to do, and that’s interviewing people. I’m curr...

1 MIN2017 JAN 10
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SEASON II OF NOTES ON DOING