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The Next Stop Podcast
126 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Episode 11: Hard Times Don't Beat Strong People (Veronica Romero)
On this episode, we sit down with Veronica Romero, a leader in the youth development sector, and CEO of Play Date. We talk about the impact of early development, from social, to intellectual cues and insights. We follow her story from being an independent daycare provider to business consulting, and now moving full force with her new organization helping every 3-12 year old develop all the tools and skills necessary to becoming a well rounded adult. We talk about hardships, and how being passionate about your calling can spur you forward to great things. Make sure to listen and stream the latest episode and follow us on IG: @thenextstoppodcast
81 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Episode 10: Summer's Over
On this episode, Postman Jake and co-host Steelo Foreign talk about their recent experiences, from family vacations, to work trips, and everything in between, our hosts take you thru some of their life and how it relates to one another. Driving deeper into Season 2 of the show, the hosts continue to become more personable and peel back the layers of who they are.
78 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Episode 9: Find Your Community (Candace Lindegren)
71 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Episode 8: Getting The Bigger Picture
51 minutes | Jul 2, 2021
Episode 7: We're Back For Season Two!
109 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Episode 6: Find Your Canvas (Rex Hamilton)
Coming close to the end of our first season we bring in native Austin artist and creative director, Rex Hamilton. Known most prominently for his murals, which can be currently found at the underpass near 5th street and Lamar in Downtown Austin. The vibrant colors represented in his painting spill over into our conversation with, as we dive into topics such as; inspirations, love for Austin, the need for BIPOC representation, and how he stays creative in a post-COVID world. Follow us on all platforms for more updates!instagram.com/nextstop_podcasttwitter.com/nextstoppodcast
51 minutes | Jan 11, 2021
Episode 5: Choppin' It Up (Tre The Barber)
On the first episode of 2021, we join Tre The Barber, a barber, entrepreneur, father, and more, Tre has had big celebrities in the chair from Drake, DJ Khaled, NFL and NBA athletes and more! We talk about the struggles of running a shop during Covid, Tre speaks on 2020 being his best year financially and how being a dad is the most important thing that keeps him moving forward.
44 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Episode 4: Hustle For The Cause (Denise Hernandez)
On this stop of "The Next Stop Podcast", we take a deep dive into; community over competition, voting for your better self, and making social impacts while still making profits. Lawyer and social entrepreneur, Denise Hernandez, a good friend of the show, shares insights of her day job of prosecuting child-abuse cases for the District Attorneys office, to her full-time business where the business is dedicating to making social impacts, especially for BIPOC communities. She shares with, Postman Jake and Steelo Foreign, the ideas and causes we should be holding true in a mid-pandemic world, and also some ways to actively stay involved in our communities
40 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
Episode 3: Going 'All In' (Jay Lee)
On this episode of "The Next Stop Podcast", co-hosts, Postman Jake and Steelo Foreign, sit down with "2017 World Poker Tour Choctaw Main Event" winner, and "Pour Choices" bar owner, Jay Lee. With his competitive gambling behind him, Jay walks us through his journey from professional poker player, to angel investor and real estate owner. He shares stories of a 14-year-old Jay, sneaking out to gambling houses to better his knowledge of the game, as well as, inspirations of his parent's 'mom-and-pop' restaurant that allowed him the courage to take on the entrepreneurial challenge of owning property in one of America's most notorious streets, known as Austin, Texas' 6th Street. The "Pour Choices" owner and founder speaks on the importance of having a good team, his "silent" role in investing in West 6th street lounge called "Play", while also sharing gems on what you should do with your first financial investments to create gains. Listen to our previous episodes exclusively on Spotify "The Next Stop Podcast. Enjoy episode 3, and please leave reviews and feedback on our social media!twitter @nextstoppodcastinstagram @nextstop_podcast
35 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
Episode 2: I'm a Rockstar, but Responsibly (Billyracxxx)
This week we sat down with Artist and Creative Director, Billyracxx. He lets us explore topics such as, being an Artist during Covid, plans for the future, how to stay accountable, and most importantly how he takes a win away from every day. The Houston-Resident-Alien, is an up -and-coming independent artist looking to secure major progress. He tackles the idea of the pandemic being a volatile time, and his ability to capture and secure some footing to achieve some of his goals, Steelo Foreign a long time collaborator and friend of Billyracxx, dives deeper into some specifics, and Postman Jake shares some stories of how his 10-year-old daughter makes it difficult for Billy to call himself a rockstar. *THIS EPISODE IS DEDICATED TO BOBBY BROWN JR., AS WE SEND THOUGHTS AND CONSIDERATION TO HIS FAMILY*
29 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
Episode 1: Welcome To The Next Stop Podcast!
Live from Elevate Recording Studios in Austin, Texas, "The Next Stop Podcast" features co-hosts Postman Jake and Steelo Foreign. On the show, they will talk with people from various careers and stages in their life, how COVID has affected their livelihoods and how to stay on top of an ever-changing world. They discuss accountability, daily regiments, and deep dives into personal and sociopolitical commentary about living in todays age. Postman Jake brings perspectives of fatherhood, working a 9 to 5 as a delivery man, while pursuing being an entrepreneur. Steelo Foreign, speaks from the place of a music producer and creative turned CEO. Co-Founder of Very Necessary, a boutique record label based in Austin, Texas, how he is dealing with his day to day and the difficulties facing a fast paced industry like the music industry.
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