Daily Productive Sharing 044 - 主持人自己的创业故事

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我们之前的周六荐书里曾经推荐过 NPR 主持人 Guy Raz 的 How I Work 这本书,恰好 Guy Raz 最近介绍了自己的工作方式:I'm Guy Raz, Author and Podcaster, and This Is How I WorkDaily Productive Sharing 030 - 20201003。这篇文章挺有意思的,其实就是 Guy Raz 自己的 How I Built This 故事。

My intention was to become a newspaper reporter but I became a radio reporter. I really began my career there: I started out doing everything from a production assistant, to an assistant to Daniel Schorr, who was a wise old man at the time at NPR as a news analyst. I eventually started writing freelance articles for newspapers in the DC area, like the Washington City Paper and then The Washington Post, and at the same time, became an NPR reporter.

I wake up around 5:30 a.m. and have some water. And then we have a team meeting at 6:15 a.m. I’m in the Pacific Time Zone and most of my team is in the Eastern Time Zone, so it’s 9:15 a.m. for them. We have a 15 minute Zoom chat, and when that ends, I try to exercise every day from sort of 6:45 to 7:45 a.m. Then I shower and shave, and oftentimes at 8:45 I have to be in front of my laptop computer in my studio for a live interview that I do for How I Built This. We do this twice a week—every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a.m., we have about a 45 minute live interview with a different founder.

Anybody who tells you that they’re in a soundproof booth is not being accurate, because there are, as far as I know, only one or two truly soundproof booths in the world, and they are like sensory deprivation chambers. It’s impossible to make something completely soundproof. Even a perfect recording studio might have pipes or some slight sound, but you can get them very close. The Whisper Booth does that, and it essentially prevents outside sounds from coming in.

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We've recommended NPR host Guy Raz's How I Work book in previous Saturday book recommendations. Guy recently described his own way of working: I'm Guy Raz, Author and Podcaster, and This Is How I WorkDaily Productive Sharing 030 - 20201003. This is quite an interesting article, but it's actually Guy Raz's own How I Built This story.

My intention was to become a newspaper reporter but I became a radio reporter. I really began my career there: I started out doing everything from a production assistant, to an assistant to Daniel Schorr, who was a wise old man at the time at NPR as a news analyst. I eventually started writing freelance articles for newspapers in the DC area, like the Washington City Paper and then The Washington Post, and at the same time, became an NPR reporter.

I wake up around 5:30 a.m. and have some water. And then we have a team meeting at 6:15 a.m. I’m in the Pacific Time Zone and most of my team is in the Eastern Time Zone, so it’s 9:15 a.m. for them. We have a 15 minute Zoom chat, and when that ends, I try to exercise every day from sort of 6:45 to 7:45 a.m. Then I shower and shave, and oftentimes at 8:45 I have to be in front of my laptop computer in my studio for a live interview that I do for How I Built This. We do this twice a week—every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a.m., we have about a 45 minute live interview with a different founder.

Anybody who tells you that they’re in a soundproof booth is not being accurate, because there are, as far as I know, only one or two truly soundproof booths in the world, and they are like sensory deprivation chambers. It’s impossible to make something completely soundproof. Even a perfect recording studio might have pipes or some slight sound, but you can get them very close. The Whisper Booth does that, and it essentially prevents outside sounds from coming in.

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