On today’s episode we’re joined by the founder of Stitcher podcasts, Noah Shanok. Noah shares his journey to starting Stitcher and how he delayed his entrepreneurial urges to sharpen his teeth first with roles at StubHub and JPMorgan Chase. Stitcher began over a decade ago and was very early to the podcasting game––arriving before the iPhone revolutionized the way we consume media. Today the company is among the world’s most renowned podcasting platforms. Noah sheds light on his time as CEO of Stitcher, the pitfalls of the startup grind, and knowing when to throw in the towel. He discusses why getting out of your own way is the best path to thriving as a creative or business leader. Hear our illuminating conversation with Noah Shanok now on Making Ways podcast.
- Noah on LinkedIn
- Noah on Twitter
- Paul Graham Startup Essays
- “What’s The Most Difficult CEO Skill? Managing Your Own Psychology” Article by Ben Horowitz