025 : Dan Feld : Podcaster

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People have been asking me to do an episode on my story and how Prologue Profiles came to be, but I’ve been holding off. I still felt too close to my massive failure last year of quitting my market research job in New York City to become a teacher in Mississipi.

Six months and 024 episodes in, I’m ready and excited to share my story with you.

Leading the interview is Stuart Blake, the guest of the very first Prologue Profiles.

You’ll hear me discuss what sparked me to quit my job and move to Mississippi, how I recovered from the biggest failure of my life, and how the best way to do something, is to do it.

“I don’t want to make you feel small. I want to make you feel like you can do whatever you want to do, because people like you are doing it.” – Dan Feld

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  • maim

    Hey, you’re awesome! The podcast about yourself is the first I’ve listened to and it makes me feel great inside. Already I have some ideas down. Thanks for having this website, it’s truly motivational. Have a great day!

  • Hey you just made my day! Thank you for taking the time to write that. I’d love to hear about your ideas and what you’re up to. Send me a note: dan@prologueprofiles.com

  • Samantha Masinsin

    Hey Dan, fellow LYL Local member Sam here. Great episode! I really liked what you said about “that’s why I say passionate people, because I don’t know if you can build your own business…” It really helped me to reflect on my intentions with my website and podcast. So thanks.

    Truthfully, when I first saw you posting on the LYL facebook page, I was like, ah man this guy has a similar podcast to mine but he launched his first! Grrr competition. I realize now that it is far from the truth because our audiences are different. Thanks for reminding me of that. I’m really happy that I checked out your show today.

    Anyway that’s all I’ve got to say. Keep up the great work. And I hope we can connect in person at one of the LYL meetups one day…or in JC because I also live here =)

  • Thanks, Sam, for saying all that you had to say! 🙂 Haha I can totally relate to what you’re saying, I still have the same initial instinct about “competition”, so these reminders are always key. Oh snap – I think we have a JC meetup in our midst! Say hi at: dan@prologueprofiles.com