Coaching on the Clearleft podcast

Season three of the Clearleft podcast is here!

The first episode is a nice gentle one to ease into things. It’s about coaching …and training …and mentorship. Basically I wanted to find out what the differences are between those three things.

But I must confess, there’s a commercial reason why this episode is coming out now. There’s a somewhat salesy promotion of an upcoming coaching programme with Julia Whitney. This is definitely the most overt marketing I’ve done on the Clearleft podcast, but if you listen to the episode, I think you’ll agree that it fits well with the theme.

Fear not, future episodes will not feature this level of cross-promotion. Far from it. You can expect some very revealing podcast episodes that pull no punches in getting under the skin of design at Clearleft.

The stars of this episode are my colleagues Rebecca and Chris, who were an absolute joy to interview.

Have a listen and hear for yourself.

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Previously on this day

1 year ago I wrote T E N Ǝ T

A spoiler-filled look at the new Christopher Nolan film.

6 years ago I wrote Ice cold in Copenhagen

A trip to Denmark for the Coldfront conference.

7 years ago I wrote dConstruct 2014

Important. Serious. Rewarding. Inspiring.

8 years ago I wrote dConstruct 2013

We came, we saw, we communicated with machines.

8 years ago I wrote Testing webmentions

Ping! Ping! Ping!

10 years ago I wrote Makers in Brighton

All the fun of the Maker Faire.

10 years ago I wrote dConstruction of the Fables

dConstruct 2011 was great …in my opinion.

15 years ago I wrote Simon and Paul

APIs are good for business.

17 years ago I wrote Storm chasing

If, like me, you have recently acquired hurricane fever, there’s a handy little freeware OS X application you might like. MegaTrack shows the current and projected paths of tropical storms using data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminst

18 years ago I wrote Things To Do In Brighton When You're Dead

Make some coffee.

19 years ago I wrote The Farmer's Market

There’s a farmer’s market once a month in the centre of Brighton.