My sweet little hobbit, Genevieve Smith, is a Der friend and music weirdo from back in my Salt Lake City days. Once upon a time, we used to play music together...until she up and quit everything to not only pursue a new path, but blaze an entirely new trail by creating a field that she's now thriving in. We talk about her unlikely journey -- starting as a quiet observer of Gypsy Jazz bands during childhood, to her crusty days hopping trains, to her life now, where she spends her days yelling at executives in boardrooms.
While I don't want to give too much away, I do want to say that Genevieve and I's relationship has taught me a whole lot about what it means to be vulnerable. It's helped me to learn how you can have stronger relationships by sitting down and having the hard conversations that might be uncomfortable. We've seen every part of the communication spectrum in our friendship and now sit comfortably in the vulnerability pocket. Tangents in our conversation aside, I think this episode is a great listen for anyone with a goal or a dream they are intimidated to say out loud. Please enjoy my conversation with my wildly talented, intelligent and badass friend, Genevieve Smith!