So this is kinda cool, if you recall our very first episode, we interviewed Nicole, and now, artistically timed, we interview her after 100 episodes.
This episode is a bit different because it’s a return guest, and it’s much more conversational. Especially because Nicole and I know each other well, and talk fairly frequently
A lot of podcasts do this, especially those with the same networks. I actually find these episodes really enjoyable because it’s like two friends having a conversation about life. I hope you find the discussion we have warm and inviting.
However, we do bring up some really cool topics of discussion. We start off with a discussion on social media, then we reminisce about the growth of both Foodgrads and My Food Job Rocks. However, I would say the most important topic in this episode is about how scientists can communicate better, and what part Nicole and I play in this.
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- Nicole and I discuss the journey of growing our projects
- The debate on what to support in science
- How to get noticed on social media
3 to 5 years of industry experience is a good area where people can relate to
Imposter Syndrome – Nobody feels like an expert
Lin Carson Bakerpedia
A blog is not a scientific paper