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Top 20 Business Posts of All Time: #15 What I’ve Learned from 100 Radio Shows

by Grace Bonney

One of the things I’m proudest of here at Design*Sponge is how much free information we’ve shared with our community and how much our community has shared back with all of us. Over the last 15 years we’ve published close to 700 posts and podcasts dedicated to sharing information, motivation, and advice with creative entrepreneurs. And today we’re revisiting the #15th most popular post from our business archives: my 10 biggest lessons learned from 100 episodes of my first creative business podcast, After the Jump.

These lessons are what inspired me to start working on our book, In the Company of Women, and ultimately led to the creation of our print magazine and new podcast, Good Company, too. I have learned so much from our community and I’m excited to revisit these lessons here today. xo, Grace


#15: What I’ve Learned from 100 Radio Shows

  • Who Contributed This Piece: Me! (Grace)
  • DS debut: December 2014

Some highlights:


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