Podcast by Nick Bachan
The "50th" Episode with James West05/10/2014 Duration: 52min
Hello! This is over! Here is the “50th” and final episode of ‘Nick vs. the Podcast.’ That title doesn’t reflect the actual number of episodes I recorded, but I’ve started doing a new show called ‘Never Hot Here For You’ and I thought 50 was a nice, neat, imaginary number. This first podcast was a fun experiment that has led to more finely tuned ambitions, and this last episode (from March 16th, 2014) echoes the spirit of a younger me and a younger James. It’s interesting how dated something from only a matter of months ago can seem when you’re 25 and constantly changing. Speaking of which, I must now go because I have already changed so much while writing this lengthy paragraph. Thank you and enjoy!
Friendship with Kate Suriyatip04/10/2014 Duration: 11min
My friend Kate and I discussed how and why we became friends as well as the fact that our bond has survived so many pivotal moments in our lives.
Love with Kate Suriyatip04/10/2014 Duration: 13min
There is the love that we have. There is also the love that we want. Kate and I examined both and what each one means to us.
Spirituality with Kate Suriyatip04/10/2014 Duration: 10min
Kate takes her spiritual identity very seriously, and it was interesting to get her perspective on how committing to her beliefs has impacted her worldview.
Introductions with Elisa Leichty04/10/2014 Duration: 18min
On September 4th, 2014, I chatted with Elisa Leichty. She’s funny, extremely creative, and generally curious about the nature of our existence as human beings (pretty casual stuff). She’s on Twitter (@elisaleichty) and she also has a very cool web presence(Elisa is a talented designer who specializes in logos, branding, and other design services. She is very good on all counts, so she is someone you should both google & get to know.)
Vulnerabilities with Elisa Leichty04/10/2014 Duration: 18min
The title says it all.
Self-Sabotage with Elisa Leichty04/10/2014 Duration: 19min
Sometimes, beyond any measure of control, people get in their own way. In this segment, we discuss ways in which a clearly "inefficient" or "detrimental" course of action is sometimes the only foreseeable course of action, especially for people who suffer from some level of anxiety.
Conclusions with Elisa Leichty04/10/2014 Duration: 22min
This is the final segment of a conversation I recorded with my friend Elisa Leichty on September 4, 2014. She’s on Twitter (@elisaleichty) and she also has a very cool web presence(Elisa is a talented Austin designer who specializes in logos, branding, and storytelling. She is very good on all counts, so she is someone you should both google and get to know.)