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039: Sam Braverman, Musician
Sam Braverman, Photo: Dan Bracaglia

039: Sam Braverman, Musician

“If I can write one song that you’ll remember for 5 years, then that’s so much more important to me than fucking having my record on the main page of Spotify.”

Welcome to Notes on Doing, conversations with people who love what they do.

I’m Jenna Matecki.

Our next episode goes to Sam Braverman. Sam is a musician, principally a guitarist, who plays in the bands Logan X, NO ICE, The ’94 Knicks, and sometimes Capsula.

Listen to what Sam had to say about the School of Rock, writing songs about girls, and fighting the pterodactyls.

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Thanks for listening to Notes on Doing episode 039 with Sam Braverman.

Check out Logan X, NO ICE, The ’94 Knicks, and Capsula at the following Facebook pages:

Logan X
/loganxmusic

NO ICE
/comeonfeelthenoice

The ’94 Knicks
/THE94KNICKS

Capsula
/CapsulaMusic

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Until next week, in the meantime, always do.

035: Stephan Jacob, Founder/COO, Cotopaxi
Stephan Jacob, Official Photo

035: Stephan Jacob, Founder/COO, Cotopaxi

“We believed in the power of business, building a profitable business.
But then dedicating a portion of those profits to do good, and make a difference in the world.”

“I think it’s in human nature to want to create, and I think entrepreneurship is a wonderful way to fulfill that.”

“There’s something just so deeply rewarding (scary, but deeply rewarding), about shaping your own destiny”

Welcome to Notes on Doing, conversations with people who love what they do.

My name is Jenna Matecki.

Our next episode goes to Stephan Jacob, the Founder and COO of Cotopaxi, a company that creates innovative outdoor goods, apparel, and experiences. Cotopaxi as a business also funds sustainable poverty relief.

Listen to what Stephan had to say about building an innovative outdoor product company, going on adventures, and doing good every step of the way.

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Thanks for listening to Notes on Doing episode 035 with Stephan Jacob.

Check out Cotopaxi’s outdoor goods and apparel at cotopaxi.com. I’d personally recommend getting a Luzon Del Dia Backpack – I have one and it’s rad. Their partners in the Philippines pick all the colors and no two bags are alike. Cotopaxi.com also has a bunch of other awesome stuff too for any adventure.

And, subscribe to Notes on Doing! Episodes release weekly, every Monday, on iTunes. Follow us on Instagram @notesondoing and join our Notes on Doing Facebook Community to chat with each other and people featured on the show.

Until next week, in the meantime, always do.