One way we at CallCast wanted to thank you for being part of our growing community of thinkers, creatives, artists, explorers, and shapers of the future is to hold gatherings where we can bring guest speakers to the podium to share their stories.
We are testing experimental podcast shows and having some fun here. If you have some ideas for a collaboration or something new that we can work on together, let us know!
We are putting out a call for Indie Hackers who want to join a podcast phone call to talk about:
Note & Goal: A couple years ago I was part of an IH group where we connected each week to help motivate and offer advice to each other and i thought it was an awesome experience. Now as CallCast is beginning to grow I am looking for unique ways to experiment with the app and continue to test out features while creating interesting content and meeting new people.
A Free Event To Honor You
CallCast would like to invite you to The Fear Series, a speaker event focusing on the psychology of fear and how to overcome it to achieve greatness.
Joining us, we have guest speakers Mary Poffenroth and Christopher Scott to take CallCasters on their exploration and interpretation of fear.
Mary Poffenroth helps teams turn chaos into clarity by using proven scientific methods and the power of play to overcome their everyday fears and discover innovative solutions for business growth. By trade and training, Mary is a biopsychologist and STEM faculty for San Jose State University, as well as an active contributor to Science magazine, Forbes, Entrepreneur, TED, and SXSW.
Christopher Scott shares with us his heartbreaking experience with fear - Christopher was wrongfully convicted of capital murder in 1997 and spent 13 years in prison as an innocent man. Having your freedom and safety taken from you and held prisoner is one of the most extreme experiences of fear. Christopher will share his story and his life's mission with us. Since his release, Christopher has founded House of Renewed Hope to help exonerate other wrongfully convicted prisoners.
Do you have a story to tell and want to take part as a speaker?
Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org