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October 21st, 2016 at 7pm
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4604, 4606, 4610 N 7th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85013

9.21.2016

The Next Level

It really feels to me as though Limited Engagement is entering a whole other level, or maybe it’s just me—and I don't mean that from any sort of ego-boosting perspective. For me, this show has been a journey without a guide, or the guide is me, and I have no intention of telling myself where I'm going or how I'm getting there—either because I know myself, and I know I would look for shortcuts instead of doing the work, or I'm just an asshole. It's probably the latter. As far as recording goes, I'm more confident with the technology and how to use it, and as a host and interviewer, I'm much more relaxed and self-assured. I'm finding my way, and as is my method with all processes, I'm stumbling my way to the finish.

I suppose what I'm driving at is this show keeps getting better and better, and I've been very fortunate to have amazing guests along the way. This month's show with Rashaad Thomas was fantastic—I'm very happy that Rashaad shared his work and that he sat and spoke so openly with me afterwards. He is a singular talent.

One last thing: Many of you who know me are aware that I lost my best friend this month. Yes, Alison was a cat, but she was my constant companion for fourteen years, and I don't know what I would have done without her. Anyone who has shared so much of their lives with a pet knows exactly where I'm coming from. This show is dedicated to her.

Cheers,

Jared

Links: Listen to the Show






9.21.2016

The Next Level

It really feels to me as though Limited Engagement is entering a whole other level, or maybe it’s just me—and I don't mean that from any sort of ego-boosting perspective. For me, this show has been a journey without a guide, or the guide is me, and I have no intention of telling myself where I'm going or how I'm getting there—either because I know myself, and I know I would look for shortcuts instead of doing the work, or I'm just an asshole. It's probably the latter. As far as recording goes, I'm more confident with the technology and how to use it, and as a host and interviewer, I'm much more relaxed and self-assured. I'm finding my way, and as is my method with all processes, I'm stumbling my way to the finish.

I suppose what I'm driving at is this show keeps getting better and better, and I've been very fortunate to have amazing guests along the way. This month's show with Rashaad Thomas was fantastic—I'm very happy that Rashaad shared his work and that he sat and spoke so openly with me afterwards. He is a singular talent.

One last thing: Many of you who know me are aware that I lost my best friend this month. Yes, Alison was a cat, but she was my constant companion for fourteen years, and I don't know what I would have done without her. Anyone who has shared so much of their lives with a pet knows exactly where I'm coming from. This show is dedicated to her.

Cheers,

Jared

Links: Listen to the Show