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5to9 is a podcast for the side hustle generation. For those who make their bread in a 9 to 5 job, and fulfill their dream in a 5 to 9 hustle. For the moonlighting culture. For those who want more.We sit down with inspiring people for a conversation on how they fulfill their passions with creative projects, and why they do what they do.Created with love and care by John Matson and Tina Yip.https://about.me/johnmatsonhttp://tinayip.com

Latest Episodes

12: Ruthless Prioritization // Caitlin Thompson (Founder of Racquet Magazine)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Caitlin Thompson, the Director of Content at acast and creator of side project, Racquet. Racquet is an independent magazine that celebrates the art, ideas, style and culture that surround tennis. This side project has generated a cult following since launch in 2016 and has been commended as “extremely dope”, “a rare tennis magazine with taste”, and “deliciously smart” in tons of publications such as the New York Times, the Harvard Neiman Lab, and The Monocle. We talked about her fascinating upbringing in Montreal, what it was like realizing that although being quite successful in tennis during her teen years, she didn’t want to pursue the sport professionally, her obsession with multi-faceted people, why she decided to do a side project after having a child, and how she learned to ruthlessly prioritize. More on Racquet Magazine: https://racquetmag.com https://nyti.ms/2ERcu6D More on Caitlin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caitlinthomps/ http...

33 MIN2018 JAN 4
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12: Ruthless Prioritization // Caitlin Thompson (Founder of Racquet Magazine)

11: Be More Than Your Day Job // Patrick McGinnis (Author of The 10% Entrepreneur)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked with Patrick Mcginnis, the author of The 10% Entrepreneur. After attending Harvard Business School and working on Wall Street, Patrick had a rude awakening when the market crashed and it made him rethink the way he viewed his career. The 10% Entrepreneur is a way of life that allows you to have the stability of a day job with the excitement of a startup. Through his experiences as a 10% Entrepreneur, Patrick has found fulfillment and builded a diverse portfolio of investments in new ventures all over the world. We talked about his journey from wall street to author, what he calls "Entrepreneurship Inc.", the importance of taking ownership of your entrepreneurial endeavors, how he thinks the best workforce should be and will be made out of 10% entrepreneurs, whether entrepreneurs are born or made, and the four main resources to consider when you’re thinking about how to use your 5to9 time. More about Patrick: http://http://patrickmcginnis.com/ Get ...

47 MIN2017 SEP 15
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11: Be More Than Your Day Job // Patrick McGinnis (Author of The 10% Entrepreneur)

10: Do The Opposite Of What You Know // Michelle Poler (Creator of 100DaysWithoutFear)

In this episode of 5 to 9, we talked to Michelle Poler, the creator of 100DaysWithoutFear. Last year, she challenged herself to face 100 of her biggest fears and recorded the process through daily Youtube videos. After getting over 5M views on her YouTube channel, HelloFears, and overcoming her biggest fear, giving a TED talk, she now travels all over the world to speak about her changed perception of fear and inspire others to take action. We discussed how she’s used to being a planner and always needed control, balancing work, grad school AND a 100 day project, how she found out that the opposite of fear is not fearlessness, how this project tapped into her inner qualities that she didnt know was there, and finding a higher meaning to your side projects. More about Michelle: http://www.michellepoler.com/ http://100dayswithoutfear.com/

33 MIN2017 MAY 8
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10: Do The Opposite Of What You Know // Michelle Poler (Creator of 100DaysWithoutFear)

09: Make Your Own Normality // Mara Lecocq (Founder of Secret Code)

In this episode of 5to9, we interviewed Mara Lecocq, the creator of Secret Code, a personalized children’s book that stars your girl as a tech hero. It won the Girl Boss grant last year. We talked about her upbringing in France and the Philippines and how “not being normal was her normality”, her interest in technology and art, her 12 years as a creative director in advertising (where she’s been recognized by many industry organizations including the Cannes Lions, the One Club, and Mashable), how she wants to break stereotypes by offering diverse role models, and the hardest thing about working on a side project. More about Mara: http://www.maralecocq.com/ More about Secret Code: https://www.yoursecretcode.com/ PS. Please give us a review on iTunes!

30 MIN2017 APR 14
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09: Make Your Own Normality // Mara Lecocq (Founder of Secret Code)

08: The Beauty of Process // Ariel Viera (Founder of Urbanist)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Ariel Viera, the creator of Urbanist, a publication dedicated to exploring different cities’ history, food, and culture through Facebook Live. Ariel grew his facebook page from 0 - 10k followers in three months without paying a dime! We learned about how Ariel became an “online people walker" on Urbanist, why live streaming is so popular, why he is so fascinated by cities, how he started approaching projects like sand mandalas, something that you build and can wash away, then even got a little deeper in his connection with spirituality and mindfulness. Check out Urbanist on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UrbanistLive/

32 MIN2017 MAR 23
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08: The Beauty of Process // Ariel Viera (Founder of Urbanist)

07: Drawing Parallels // Allison Esposito (Founder of Tech Ladies)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Allison Esposito, the founder of Tech Ladies. We learned how Allison started Tech Ladies. First as just a small coffee meetup, but then how into grew into a community of over 7,000 members worldwide. We discussed what makes a strong community and how it can be your career safety net, how kicking ass in a band for 10 years taught her how to lead, how your side projects are a reflection of you, and last but not least, wildcard, her obsession with gardening!

23 MIN2017 MAR 10
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07: Drawing Parallels // Allison Esposito (Founder of Tech Ladies)

06: Setting Constraints // Thomas Samph (Co-founder of Nextt)

In this episode of 5to9, we talk to Thomas Samph, the co-founder of Nextt, the world's first accelerator for ideas. They help people go from back of the napkin to minimum viable product in 8 weeks. We discussed the how and why behind Nextt, the difference between hobbies, side projects, and small businesses, coming up with ideas by starting a problem journal, and how constraints make you more creative and productive. Show notes: - Tom's background - His experience at Grovo and Everwise - Why he is passionate about education - How he started Nextt - Nextt got over 100 applications in their first cohort - How he uses experiments to make ideas come to life - His favorite projects in Nextt - One of Nextt's projects (Bloom Credit) got into 500 startups - Advice for people who want to start side projects - Get super clear on the problem that you want to solve - Start a problem journal - The difference between hobby, side project and a business - How constraints can make you more productiv...

23 MIN2017 FEB 16
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06: Setting Constraints // Thomas Samph (Co-founder of Nextt)

05: The Key To Making Side Projects // Chris Baker (Creator of Unbaby.me)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Chris Baker, a writer and creative director. He’s also the maker of various Webby Award winning side projects such as Unbaby me, a browser extension that replaces baby pictures, and the GOP arcade, collection of 8-bit ridiculous games about the recent elections, and the list goes on again. We discussed how he got his side projects noticed by people like Kim Kardashian and Ryan Seacrest, what makes a good idea, how to find collaborators, how his projects represent his personal conversation with the world, and his key to making side projects: being a great producer. What we talked about: - Chris’ background - How and why he dropped out of high school - How he became such a master in churning out side projects - What inspires Chris to create an project - Response creative - How to go viral - What is a good idea - How to find the right people to help you with your side projects - Being a really great producer - Why he makes side projects - Advice ...

25 MIN2017 FEB 1
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05: The Key To Making Side Projects // Chris Baker (Creator of Unbaby.me)

Fixed vs. Growth Mindset

This is a bonus clip taken out of Lianne Sheffy's interview from episode 4. We discussed the idea of the fixed vs. growth mindset. Listen to Lianne's full episode on how to feel unstuck: http://bit.ly/5to9ep04 Please subscribe and like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/5to9podcast iTUNES: bit.ly/5to9iTunes STITCHER: bit.ly/5to9stitcher http://5to9.xyz/

6 MIN2017 JAN 17
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Fixed vs. Growth Mindset

04: Getting Unstuck // Lianne Sheffy (Founder of Future Public)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Lianne Sheffy, a freelance strategy director and founder of Future Public, a luxury leather goods company for the side hustle generation. We talked about Lianne’s in-depth research on people who have side projects, how millennials view success differently than their parents, how to kill it at being an intrapreneur (meaning how to be entrepreneurial in your 9 to 5) and how to feel unstuck and disrupt yourself by changing up your routine. What we talked about: - Lianne's background - What inspired Lianne to create Future Public - How her side project was like business school - Lianne's interest in fashion - Lianne's in depth research on the side hustle generation - How our generation needs side hustles to pursue parts of our identity - The millennials view success differently than previous generations - Her experience as one of the best inprepreneurs at MRY - What side projects mean to her - How Lianne changed her routine to get unstuck - Why Lia...

28 MIN2016 DEC 14
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04: Getting Unstuck // Lianne Sheffy (Founder of Future Public)

Latest Episodes

12: Ruthless Prioritization // Caitlin Thompson (Founder of Racquet Magazine)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Caitlin Thompson, the Director of Content at acast and creator of side project, Racquet. Racquet is an independent magazine that celebrates the art, ideas, style and culture that surround tennis. This side project has generated a cult following since launch in 2016 and has been commended as “extremely dope”, “a rare tennis magazine with taste”, and “deliciously smart” in tons of publications such as the New York Times, the Harvard Neiman Lab, and The Monocle. We talked about her fascinating upbringing in Montreal, what it was like realizing that although being quite successful in tennis during her teen years, she didn’t want to pursue the sport professionally, her obsession with multi-faceted people, why she decided to do a side project after having a child, and how she learned to ruthlessly prioritize. More on Racquet Magazine: https://racquetmag.com https://nyti.ms/2ERcu6D More on Caitlin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caitlinthomps/ http...

33 MIN2018 JAN 4
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12: Ruthless Prioritization // Caitlin Thompson (Founder of Racquet Magazine)

11: Be More Than Your Day Job // Patrick McGinnis (Author of The 10% Entrepreneur)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked with Patrick Mcginnis, the author of The 10% Entrepreneur. After attending Harvard Business School and working on Wall Street, Patrick had a rude awakening when the market crashed and it made him rethink the way he viewed his career. The 10% Entrepreneur is a way of life that allows you to have the stability of a day job with the excitement of a startup. Through his experiences as a 10% Entrepreneur, Patrick has found fulfillment and builded a diverse portfolio of investments in new ventures all over the world. We talked about his journey from wall street to author, what he calls "Entrepreneurship Inc.", the importance of taking ownership of your entrepreneurial endeavors, how he thinks the best workforce should be and will be made out of 10% entrepreneurs, whether entrepreneurs are born or made, and the four main resources to consider when you’re thinking about how to use your 5to9 time. More about Patrick: http://http://patrickmcginnis.com/ Get ...

47 MIN2017 SEP 15
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11: Be More Than Your Day Job // Patrick McGinnis (Author of The 10% Entrepreneur)

10: Do The Opposite Of What You Know // Michelle Poler (Creator of 100DaysWithoutFear)

In this episode of 5 to 9, we talked to Michelle Poler, the creator of 100DaysWithoutFear. Last year, she challenged herself to face 100 of her biggest fears and recorded the process through daily Youtube videos. After getting over 5M views on her YouTube channel, HelloFears, and overcoming her biggest fear, giving a TED talk, she now travels all over the world to speak about her changed perception of fear and inspire others to take action. We discussed how she’s used to being a planner and always needed control, balancing work, grad school AND a 100 day project, how she found out that the opposite of fear is not fearlessness, how this project tapped into her inner qualities that she didnt know was there, and finding a higher meaning to your side projects. More about Michelle: http://www.michellepoler.com/ http://100dayswithoutfear.com/

33 MIN2017 MAY 8
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10: Do The Opposite Of What You Know // Michelle Poler (Creator of 100DaysWithoutFear)

09: Make Your Own Normality // Mara Lecocq (Founder of Secret Code)

In this episode of 5to9, we interviewed Mara Lecocq, the creator of Secret Code, a personalized children’s book that stars your girl as a tech hero. It won the Girl Boss grant last year. We talked about her upbringing in France and the Philippines and how “not being normal was her normality”, her interest in technology and art, her 12 years as a creative director in advertising (where she’s been recognized by many industry organizations including the Cannes Lions, the One Club, and Mashable), how she wants to break stereotypes by offering diverse role models, and the hardest thing about working on a side project. More about Mara: http://www.maralecocq.com/ More about Secret Code: https://www.yoursecretcode.com/ PS. Please give us a review on iTunes!

30 MIN2017 APR 14
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09: Make Your Own Normality // Mara Lecocq (Founder of Secret Code)

08: The Beauty of Process // Ariel Viera (Founder of Urbanist)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Ariel Viera, the creator of Urbanist, a publication dedicated to exploring different cities’ history, food, and culture through Facebook Live. Ariel grew his facebook page from 0 - 10k followers in three months without paying a dime! We learned about how Ariel became an “online people walker" on Urbanist, why live streaming is so popular, why he is so fascinated by cities, how he started approaching projects like sand mandalas, something that you build and can wash away, then even got a little deeper in his connection with spirituality and mindfulness. Check out Urbanist on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UrbanistLive/

32 MIN2017 MAR 23
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08: The Beauty of Process // Ariel Viera (Founder of Urbanist)

07: Drawing Parallels // Allison Esposito (Founder of Tech Ladies)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Allison Esposito, the founder of Tech Ladies. We learned how Allison started Tech Ladies. First as just a small coffee meetup, but then how into grew into a community of over 7,000 members worldwide. We discussed what makes a strong community and how it can be your career safety net, how kicking ass in a band for 10 years taught her how to lead, how your side projects are a reflection of you, and last but not least, wildcard, her obsession with gardening!

23 MIN2017 MAR 10
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07: Drawing Parallels // Allison Esposito (Founder of Tech Ladies)

06: Setting Constraints // Thomas Samph (Co-founder of Nextt)

In this episode of 5to9, we talk to Thomas Samph, the co-founder of Nextt, the world's first accelerator for ideas. They help people go from back of the napkin to minimum viable product in 8 weeks. We discussed the how and why behind Nextt, the difference between hobbies, side projects, and small businesses, coming up with ideas by starting a problem journal, and how constraints make you more creative and productive. Show notes: - Tom's background - His experience at Grovo and Everwise - Why he is passionate about education - How he started Nextt - Nextt got over 100 applications in their first cohort - How he uses experiments to make ideas come to life - His favorite projects in Nextt - One of Nextt's projects (Bloom Credit) got into 500 startups - Advice for people who want to start side projects - Get super clear on the problem that you want to solve - Start a problem journal - The difference between hobby, side project and a business - How constraints can make you more productiv...

23 MIN2017 FEB 16
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06: Setting Constraints // Thomas Samph (Co-founder of Nextt)

05: The Key To Making Side Projects // Chris Baker (Creator of Unbaby.me)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Chris Baker, a writer and creative director. He’s also the maker of various Webby Award winning side projects such as Unbaby me, a browser extension that replaces baby pictures, and the GOP arcade, collection of 8-bit ridiculous games about the recent elections, and the list goes on again. We discussed how he got his side projects noticed by people like Kim Kardashian and Ryan Seacrest, what makes a good idea, how to find collaborators, how his projects represent his personal conversation with the world, and his key to making side projects: being a great producer. What we talked about: - Chris’ background - How and why he dropped out of high school - How he became such a master in churning out side projects - What inspires Chris to create an project - Response creative - How to go viral - What is a good idea - How to find the right people to help you with your side projects - Being a really great producer - Why he makes side projects - Advice ...

25 MIN2017 FEB 1
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05: The Key To Making Side Projects // Chris Baker (Creator of Unbaby.me)

Fixed vs. Growth Mindset

This is a bonus clip taken out of Lianne Sheffy's interview from episode 4. We discussed the idea of the fixed vs. growth mindset. Listen to Lianne's full episode on how to feel unstuck: http://bit.ly/5to9ep04 Please subscribe and like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/5to9podcast iTUNES: bit.ly/5to9iTunes STITCHER: bit.ly/5to9stitcher http://5to9.xyz/

6 MIN2017 JAN 17
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Fixed vs. Growth Mindset

04: Getting Unstuck // Lianne Sheffy (Founder of Future Public)

In this episode of 5to9, we talked to Lianne Sheffy, a freelance strategy director and founder of Future Public, a luxury leather goods company for the side hustle generation. We talked about Lianne’s in-depth research on people who have side projects, how millennials view success differently than their parents, how to kill it at being an intrapreneur (meaning how to be entrepreneurial in your 9 to 5) and how to feel unstuck and disrupt yourself by changing up your routine. What we talked about: - Lianne's background - What inspired Lianne to create Future Public - How her side project was like business school - Lianne's interest in fashion - Lianne's in depth research on the side hustle generation - How our generation needs side hustles to pursue parts of our identity - The millennials view success differently than previous generations - Her experience as one of the best inprepreneurs at MRY - What side projects mean to her - How Lianne changed her routine to get unstuck - Why Lia...

28 MIN2016 DEC 14
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04: Getting Unstuck // Lianne Sheffy (Founder of Future Public)
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