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The Moonlighters’ Club: Entrepreneurs Living As Employees

Sometimes having a job just isn’t enough. Welcome to the Moonlighters' Club where we interview aspiring entrepreneurs who work full-time jobs. Our host, Joel Edwards, would spend his down time at work building a mobile app. He then realized he wasn't the only employee there with dreams that went beyond a 9-to-5. Join him as he discusses living on a steady diet of ambition and no sleep, with a new guest every month.
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Now displaying: October, 2021
Oct 26, 2021

Meet Taja Ricketts.

Founder of Satin Kiss.  

"Satin Kiss was established with the desire to create the curated shopping experience that pleasure-seekers deserve.

We believe that people who enjoy sexual health and pleasure products should be able to find products that represent them, while catering to their elevated tastes, protecting their health and empowering their decisions."

In this episode we talk about sex, the taboos around it and starting a business to change those norms.

 

Oct 19, 2021

Meet Jake Roundy.

Co-founder of the Couch Bandits,  a gaming publication that celebrates the creative magic of gaming.

Jake is a gamer and an editor. He's everything creative.

Why can't work just be work?

 

Oct 12, 2021

Nice guys don't finish last.

Meet Big Ty. A man with a lifetime of experience in the radio business. A career that has taken him from Boston, to Baltimore and to Pittsburgh.

He's been inside the corporate machine and eventually spread his own wings in the radio circuit. Now he's dropping knowledge with us.

 

 

Oct 4, 2021

The Moonlighters' Club has teamed up with The Boston Ujima Project and Ujima's Business Support Member Team to produce a new podcast: Yours, Mine, and Ours!

Yours, Mine, and Ours spotlights the businesses of Ujima's Good Business Alliance, created for the community, by the community, with a special emphasis on Ujima's good business standards.

In this episode, host Joel Edwards sits down with Cassandria Campbell, the Founder of Fresh Food Generation (@freshfoodgeneration), a Caribbean American farm-to-plate cafe. Fresh Food Generation believes everyone deserves to eat well, no matter where they live.

Take a listen to hear about Fresh Food Generation's journey, how they define impact, and how they work to create great jobs in our communities.

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