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Working Title explores vocation and why people do what they do.

Latest Episodes

Season One Reflections

As season one comes to an end, we reflect on the process of starting the podcast, our favorite moments from each guest, and what's coming next season. Thanks for listening.

57 MIN2019 JUN 10
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Season One Reflections

David Docusen (?)

David Docusen is one of the most important people in our lives. In this episode we talk to him about a major transition he's walking into as he steps down from the church he started ten years ago and into whatever is next. It's our hope that as you listen and identify with David's story of vocational wrestling, you'll open yourself to all the new things God might be trying to do.

80 MIN2019 MAY 27
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David Docusen (?)

Beth Alexandroff (Comedy Writer/Performer)

Beth Alexandroff is a comedy writer/performer from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She has been a staple at UCB in Los Angeles since 2011 and has written/directed several of her own projects.

57 MIN2019 MAY 14
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Beth Alexandroff (Comedy Writer/Performer)

Brandon Sheard (Butcher)

Brandon Sheard is a butcher that started Farmstead Meatsmith in September of 2010 on an island in Washington (state). Farmstead Meatsmith proudly claims methods seeped in tradition. They believe the most beautiful goods and services are the results of extra labor, commitment to humble tools and resistance to the compromises of modernity. In this way, Farmstead Meatsmith has indeed surrendered to harvesting animals with patience. The result is a fall into tradition where none of the animal is disposable, “trim” is exalted to the central place on the table and “off-cuts” become one thing you wantonyour plate. They are driven by principle and guided by time-honored practices, and delighted to discover that it tastes better that way.

-1 s2019 MAY 6
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Brandon Sheard (Butcher)

Tolik Piflaks (Comedy Writer)

Tolik Piflaks is a fascinating (and prolific) comedy writer who lives and works in Israel. He's one of the funniest people we know. This call unknowingly cost us $179.00. PLEASE enjoy it. Please.

55 MIN2019 APR 22
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Tolik Piflaks (Comedy Writer)

Logan Cyrus (Photojournalist)

Logan Cyrus is a photojournalist based in Charlotte, North Carolina. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Washington Post, ESPN, and hundreds of other publications. He is phenomenally talented and one of our favorite people in the world. We hope you enjoy this conversation.

88 MIN2019 APR 15
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Logan Cyrus (Photojournalist)

Jonathan Martin (Preacher)

Jonathan Martin is the lead pastor of The Table OKC. He's a preacher, the author of How to Survive a Shipwreck & Prototype, and the host of Son of a Preacher Man podcast. He's someone who has meant a great deal to us. If you don't know Jonathan, you need to.

54 MIN2019 APR 8
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Jonathan Martin (Preacher)

James Ford (Educator)

This is an absolute dream episode with someone we deeply admire and love. We were very tempted to title this episode "James Ford (Future President of the United States)". James E. Fordis an award-winning educator and consultant on issues of equity in education. He was recently appointed by Gov. Cooper to serve as amember of the North Carolina State Board of Education, representing the Southwest Region. He is the former Program Director at the Public School Forum of North Carolina, an education think-tank and policy advocacy organization. Prior to this, he served as the 2014-15 North Carolina Teacher of the Year and the representative for 95,000 public school teachers throughout the state. For a full year, he traveled the state and country speaking before thousands of teachers, students, business leaders and policymakers about the importance of education. In Spring 2015, He, along with 54 other state teachers were invited to the White House to be honored by President Obama in the Rose Garden during Teacher Appreciation Week.Ford taught World History at Garinger High School in Charlotte, NC starting in 2010. He is a civic leader in Charlotte, serving as the co-chair for the Leading on Opportunity Council, an effort change the systemic barriers to economic mobility in the city. He also is the Principal at Filling the Gap Educational Consultants, LLC. We know you're going to love this episode.

65 MIN2019 APR 3
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James Ford (Educator)

Andy Smith (Arts Writer)

Andy Smith is an arts writer in Charlotte and a great friend of ours. This is the very first podcast we recorded. We hope you love it.

86 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Andy Smith (Arts Writer)

Chris Green (Professor)

Dr. Chris Green is a professor, author, preacher, and artist. He's been a very important voice in our lives. We hope this wide-ranging conversation means as much to you as it did to us.

-1 s2019 MAR 18
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Chris Green (Professor)

Latest Episodes

Season One Reflections

As season one comes to an end, we reflect on the process of starting the podcast, our favorite moments from each guest, and what's coming next season. Thanks for listening.

57 MIN2019 JUN 10
Comments
Season One Reflections

David Docusen (?)

David Docusen is one of the most important people in our lives. In this episode we talk to him about a major transition he's walking into as he steps down from the church he started ten years ago and into whatever is next. It's our hope that as you listen and identify with David's story of vocational wrestling, you'll open yourself to all the new things God might be trying to do.

80 MIN2019 MAY 27
Comments
David Docusen (?)

Beth Alexandroff (Comedy Writer/Performer)

Beth Alexandroff is a comedy writer/performer from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She has been a staple at UCB in Los Angeles since 2011 and has written/directed several of her own projects.

57 MIN2019 MAY 14
Comments
Beth Alexandroff (Comedy Writer/Performer)

Brandon Sheard (Butcher)

Brandon Sheard is a butcher that started Farmstead Meatsmith in September of 2010 on an island in Washington (state). Farmstead Meatsmith proudly claims methods seeped in tradition. They believe the most beautiful goods and services are the results of extra labor, commitment to humble tools and resistance to the compromises of modernity. In this way, Farmstead Meatsmith has indeed surrendered to harvesting animals with patience. The result is a fall into tradition where none of the animal is disposable, “trim” is exalted to the central place on the table and “off-cuts” become one thing you wantonyour plate. They are driven by principle and guided by time-honored practices, and delighted to discover that it tastes better that way.

-1 s2019 MAY 6
Comments
Brandon Sheard (Butcher)

Tolik Piflaks (Comedy Writer)

Tolik Piflaks is a fascinating (and prolific) comedy writer who lives and works in Israel. He's one of the funniest people we know. This call unknowingly cost us $179.00. PLEASE enjoy it. Please.

55 MIN2019 APR 22
Comments
Tolik Piflaks (Comedy Writer)

Logan Cyrus (Photojournalist)

Logan Cyrus is a photojournalist based in Charlotte, North Carolina. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Washington Post, ESPN, and hundreds of other publications. He is phenomenally talented and one of our favorite people in the world. We hope you enjoy this conversation.

88 MIN2019 APR 15
Comments
Logan Cyrus (Photojournalist)

Jonathan Martin (Preacher)

Jonathan Martin is the lead pastor of The Table OKC. He's a preacher, the author of How to Survive a Shipwreck & Prototype, and the host of Son of a Preacher Man podcast. He's someone who has meant a great deal to us. If you don't know Jonathan, you need to.

54 MIN2019 APR 8
Comments
Jonathan Martin (Preacher)

James Ford (Educator)

This is an absolute dream episode with someone we deeply admire and love. We were very tempted to title this episode "James Ford (Future President of the United States)". James E. Fordis an award-winning educator and consultant on issues of equity in education. He was recently appointed by Gov. Cooper to serve as amember of the North Carolina State Board of Education, representing the Southwest Region. He is the former Program Director at the Public School Forum of North Carolina, an education think-tank and policy advocacy organization. Prior to this, he served as the 2014-15 North Carolina Teacher of the Year and the representative for 95,000 public school teachers throughout the state. For a full year, he traveled the state and country speaking before thousands of teachers, students, business leaders and policymakers about the importance of education. In Spring 2015, He, along with 54 other state teachers were invited to the White House to be honored by President Obama in the Rose Garden during Teacher Appreciation Week.Ford taught World History at Garinger High School in Charlotte, NC starting in 2010. He is a civic leader in Charlotte, serving as the co-chair for the Leading on Opportunity Council, an effort change the systemic barriers to economic mobility in the city. He also is the Principal at Filling the Gap Educational Consultants, LLC. We know you're going to love this episode.

65 MIN2019 APR 3
Comments
James Ford (Educator)

Andy Smith (Arts Writer)

Andy Smith is an arts writer in Charlotte and a great friend of ours. This is the very first podcast we recorded. We hope you love it.

86 MIN2019 MAR 26
Comments
Andy Smith (Arts Writer)

Chris Green (Professor)

Dr. Chris Green is a professor, author, preacher, and artist. He's been a very important voice in our lives. We hope this wide-ranging conversation means as much to you as it did to us.

-1 s2019 MAR 18
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Chris Green (Professor)

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