It’s the end of the year here at The Forge. And we’ve just finally realized what this podcast is all about. Simply… Making Things. And we read the most famous newspaper editorial of all time, too.
A short audio essay with a few thoughts on Thanksgiving during these trying times and what I’m personally very thankful for.
Bill Murray said “I’m suspicious of people who don’t like dogs, but I trust a dog when it doesn’t like a person.” I didn’t ask Dave and Kym Colella what they think about that idea, but after my conversation with them, the owners of Earthdog, producers of
We have several great new episodes coming, but between the global health crisis, the economic frustrations of so many, and election day turning into election week and beyond, we thought we could all use a few words of advice for keeping calm among the cra
Dr. Peggy DeLong returns to the pod with this conversation about her new book, FEELING GOOD. It’s a collection of 35 sometimes deceptively easy ways to adjust your perspective and promote positive thinking and a feeling of happiness.
What does it take to launch a startup. Your first startup. In the middle of a global health crisis? Answer: a whole lot of gumption. Andy Quintana did just that with his Slydeck. And he’s not a serial entrepreneur. He’s an engineer and a career sales prof
Born out of grief in combination with the the overwhelming outpouring of support shown to her family after losing her brother-in-law in the 9/11 attacks in 2001, Megan McDowell’s Heartworks foundation is an extraordinary network of love and good works des
In a world where journalism is attacked unmercifully every day at the highest levels, a true legend of the business passed away today. Pete Hamill was a storyteller, a columnist, a novelist… a newspaperman. This special edition is just a few thoughts ab
Col. Greg Johnson has been a combat fighter pilot, a test pilot, and pilot of two missions of the Space Shuttle Endeavor. He’s been a leader in the modern Space Industry and as private enterprise is taking a leading role in the development of technology a
Sean Fagan came from a family of 12 siblings, spent time in the Peace Corps, tended bar, and is currently celebrating 25 years as founder of a business that helps musical groups explore to all four corners of the globe. The Coronavirus crisis has hit his