A show where senior editor at large Jessi Hempel investigates how we’re changing the nature of work, and how that work is changing us.
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Being Seen with Elsa Sjunneson
Elsa Sjunneson is a writer and award-winning editor of speculative fiction and non-fiction. Her life and work challenge and dismantle ableist expectations and attitudes about disability. This week, she sits down with Jessi to chat about her life, her hope for her new memoir, Being Seen: One Deafblind Woman’s Fight to End Ableism, and how welcome and accommodation in non-disabled spaces should really work.
Creators: Joanne Molinaro on letting the side hustle take over
It’s the fourth and final episode of Hello Monday’s new mini-series on creators using social media to build their businesses. This week, contributor Michaela Greer sits down with Joanne Molinaro, known to her millions of social media fans as The Korean Vegan, and author of The Korean Vegan Cookbook, out now. Joanne shares her perspective on authenticity and knowing when it’s time to let a side hustle become the main event. Later, host Jessi Hempel joins Michaela to outline some takeaways from this episode and the mini-series as a whole.
Creators: Maximizing opportunities, with Fabiana and Matthew Ferrarini
In the third of a four-episode series on creators, contributor Michaela Greer sits down with Fabiana and Matthew Ferrarini, founders of “Queen Warriors” on how they capitalized on an opportunity in the height of a pandemic. Later, host Jessi Hempel and Michaela discuss the importance of being prepared with solutions for untapped needs.
Creators: Building an online community with Kevin Fredericks
Comedian Kevin Fredericks, aka Kevonstage, came to his profession through funny viral videos. He has been building his online following for more than a decade, beginning with side gigs after his regular 9-5 job and YouTube shorts. Today, his content has over 210M views, and he's worked with the likes of Will Smith. By all accounts, he appears to have made it. For the second episode in our #Creator series, Hello Monday talks with Kevin about playing the long game.
Creators: Reinventing your hustle with Amanda Halsey
In the first of a four-episode series on creators, Hello Monday contributor Michaela Greer interviews Amanda Halsey, owner of the Instagram jewelry shop “Vintage What” to learn some secrets to her success. Later, Jessi and Micheala break down the key takeaways for creators thinking of starting up their own businesses.
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A show where senior editor at large Jessi Hempel investigates how we’re changing the nature of work, and how that work is changing us. What does work mean to us? Should we love what we do? How do we make sure we still have jobs tomorrow, and that they’re good jobs – jobs we feel good about? Each week, Jessi will talk to featured guests who have navigated layoffs, company collapses, evaporating industries, and emerged from these transitions happier and more successful.