On this episode of Undressed, Megan Collins of Style Girlfriend sits down with Scott Wiener to chat about Scott's Pizza Tours, his stint as a ferry boat caretaker, and his world record pizza box collection. Before you grab a slice (or four), make sure to leave a review in iTunes!
Megan Collins of Style Girlfriend sits down with Nick Gray, founder of Museum Hack, the company that has innovated museum tours by making them more engaging, interactive, and filled with the strangest stories hidden throughout the museum. From thinking, “oh yeah that would be cool” to turning his passion project into a money project - hear how his evolving business began.
In this episode of Undressed, Megan Collins of Style Girlfriend talks with filmmaker - and friend! - Ryan Jones about getting his start in show business while still in college, the constructive criticism he’s received (and incorporated) from women over the years, and college basketball. Not necessarily in that order.
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Megan Collins of Style Girlfriend interviews Justin Gignac, co-founder of Working Not Working, the online job platform helping HR departments at companies like Google, AirBnB, and Facebook (perhaps you’ve heard of them?) take longer lunches by making it easier to find great talent. Justin discusses how solving a problem of his own turned into a full-time job, and explains the challenges - and opportunities! - in going from living that freelance life to being a business...man.
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On this episode of Undressed, host Megan Collins of Style Girlfriend sits down with Blind Barber’s Jeff Laub for a conversation that covers Jeff’s Jersey shore roots, how a good haircut should make you feel, and why marriage is “so fun.”
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In our very first episode, Style Girlfriend’s Megan Collins talks to NFL analyst Aaron Nagler of Chesehead TV and Fan Duel about going hard after a life you love. For Aaron, that meant starting his career in theatre and winding up in football. Along the way, they discuss the importance of being too busy to complain about small things, the pop music they both can agree on, and just how great being from Wisconsin is (spoiler: it’s pretty great). Please remember: this episode is brought to you for free by our generous sponsor, Lumoid! Go support them so they continue to support us!