A new Episode Format. For the spotlight, we're going to feature a different entrepreneur by highlighting their hard work and successes.
Featured Moonlighter: Shaun Bedgood
Shaun is the co-founder of this podcast. He resides in LA now by way of Boston and Alabama.
When were doing the podcast together he was a campus police officer and stand-up comic. He's now transitioning to acting through TV spots, commercials and plays.
Where to find him
@shaunbg on IG
"Thankfully in April, I went part-time. It happened kind of all of sudden and it was a moment of sink or swim. You're getting less cash in the bank, you really have to make this happen."
"That's when everything took off. When I had more time to focus."
Everyone meet Alison Rogers.
Alison Rogers is the founder of Coffee Cup Collective, a circular economy for reusable coffee cups. She joined the Moonlighters' Club to talk about her journey from Consultant to founder and why it's important for her to use innovation to help the environment
About The company Coffee Cup Collective offers a guilt-free to-go coffee without the inconvenience of a personal reusable cup.
The Moonlighters' Club
Thoughts of the week
In this standup we cover the following:
A Quarantine Status update
a 9-5 Update
A Moonlighters' Club update
Some thoughts on:
New city (DC), new job and a new batch of moonlighters to interview. I had a lot of editing and adjusting to do, but I got it done.
In this episode, I talk about the move from Boston to DC, what it took to get the podcast back on track and why NOW is the time to get serious about your passion.
(02:50) the creation of the podcast (07:24) Finding the Kirstein Business Library and the Innovation lab, (12:30) The new Moonlighters Becky Pleat, Protein Powerball, Drink pricklee, (16:00) the Baltimore trip, (19:50) Moving to Washington DC (23:20) Depression sets in (27:45) Coronavirus on the way (30:40) Time to edit and post episodes (32:27) corona and shitty employers (35:00)New Moonlighters’ Club episodes