April Malone interviews Adam Webber, who is the founder and developer of a podcast app called CallCast. Adam is currently working from home since March of 2020 and has been working with a team to develop phone app. Most recently, they developed an app that could be used by on-the-go podcasters who want to record themselves or even conduct interviews and do light editing all on the phone. In order to test out his own app, he challenged himself to test it to the limits by recording and publishing a new interview with a new person every single day for a year. He's chosen to ask people to record stories about their fears and the things they've learned about themselves as they've faced or challenged those fears. Adam had interviewed April on his podcast (episode 296) and returned the favor by coming onto this show to discuss some of his own fears and the adjustment from working in a shared working space where he could easily collaborate and brainstorm with like-minded people to working from his home office. He talks about letting go of some of his own perfectionism and sharing his product after many months and the process of slowing down and embracing a new hobby after pushing himself so hard to get this app launched.
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