In this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files, we explore the double-edged nature of having an innovative idea. My guest, Naomi Shah, founder & CEO of Meet Cute, shares her story of leading a new media company in the age of covid. She and I also discuss how she’s come to see what makes her different as a strength and how she’s managed the pressure to be an “expert” in a new field.
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About My Guest
Naomi Shah is the founder + CEO of Meet Cute, a venture-backed media company that has produced over 300 original light-hearted romantic comedies in podcast form. The company celebrates human connection and the full spectrum of love with a core mission -- having every person feel like they are reflected in Meet Cute stories. Since inception (Feb 2020), the podcast already has over 2 million listens across over 150 countries and has been featured in the top 10 of Fiction on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Before starting Meet Cute, she was a member of the investment team at Union Square Ventures, a technology venture capital firm in New York, where she spent most of her time talking to companies in the consumer and well-being space. Prior to that, she was a macro equities trader at Goldman Sachs and studied Mechanical Engineering (with a minor in Human Biology) at Stanford University.
Website - https://www.meetcute.com
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