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The Origin Stories of Caroline and Jason Zook

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Episode Summary

We weren’t bitten by any radioactive spiders (thankfully!) but we do have origin stories of our own and share them with you in this episode.

We share the experiences that shaped us into the creative entrepreneurs we are today, including our upbringing, our very different college experiences, and the pivotal lessons we learned from our crappy jobs. We also discuss IWearYourShirt and the impact it had on both of us.


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The Origin Stories of Caroline and Jason Zook

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The origin stories of Caroline Zook and Jason Zook. When we started our creative journeys, our awful 9-5 jobs, and the experiences that shaped us into who we are today.

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