Cuban & Sooner Podcast
Meet Cuban and Sooner
What exactly is work-life teetering, and who (or what) are Cuban and Sooner? Those questions and more are answered in this launch episode with ugly-crying and occasionally victorious friends and sometimes colleagues, Deseri Garcia and Michelle Freed.
Season 1, Episode 1 | 3 min
The Plot Thickens
Is there such a thing as a juicy and inspiring failure story? On this episode of Cuban & Sooner, Des and Michelle explore the benefits of going-out-in-flames.
Attack of Relationship Killers
The lines between work and personal lives are blurred now more than ever and can wreak havoc on our relationships. Cuban & Sooner discuss their top relationship killers and more in this episode.
It Could Always Be Worse
“Oh, you’re fine!” is a classic example of toxic positivity, which might be well-intentioned, but is a really negative way to deal with real human emotion. We’re talking about that and more in this episode!
Vacation Shaming (It’s a Thing)
Vacation shaming is a thing. In this episode, we discuss the vacay roadblocks many of us face in the workplace, and what we can do to deal and get out of our own way.
WTF: Hips Don’t Lie
What happens when you get news you’re not expecting that will drastically alter your immediate future … and possibly even more? In this episode, we talk about cankles, surgery anxiety, and how such issues can affect, well … everything.
Coastal Grandmothers: Landlocked
In this episode, we talk about Coastal Grandmothers and all things linen, plus whether we fit the bill, if there’s a deeper meaning to it all, and how we can all learn from each other – no matter the age.
We Need To Talk
There are four little words that can make us feel scared, uneasy … maybe even like we want to throw up or go hide under the bed. In this episode, co-hosts Deseri Garcia and Michelle Freed share a recent, real-life friendship conflict they faced, and how they worked through it.
Imposter Syndrome, Or No?
Imposter syndrome is the feeling of being a fraud at work – even when you’re actually a freakin’ rock star. Is it a “diagnosis” that’s all too often given?
Get Out the Goo Gone, Part 2
We continue the conversation about being stuck in a rut. If you’ve ever felt all dried up in a relationship – a romantic or friendly one – and you couldn’t figure out how to get out, then this one’s for you.