Keep Connected Podcast

Keep Connected is a podcast about the power of community hosted by David Siegel, CEO of Meetup.

Episode 34: The Power of Language in Business

HomeRoom founder Arjay Ruggles discusses the importance of inclusive language and strategies for building a loyal community on Meetup’s Keep Connected podcast.

Episode 33: Friendship Advice for Every Life Stage

As a certified friendship coach, Danielle Bayard Jackson helps adults improve their overall wellbeing by teaching them how to make new connections and create more depth in their relationships at any life stage.

Episode 32: Becoming a Proactive Introvert

Guest Gerald Soriano chats with CEO David Siegel about spreading the aloha spirit through Meetup. Learn how to make friends and professional connections when you move to a new city.

Episode 31 | Special Episode: Decisions, Connections, & Leadership

We’re flipping the script in this special episode of Keep Connected. Guest host and Daybreaker CEO Radha Agrawal interviews David Siegel about fostering a thriving company culture, retaining employees during The Great Resignation, and his new book, Decide & Conquer.

Episode 30: Awkward Isn’t Awkward, It’s Normal

Podcast hosts Jenn Bane and Trin Garritano join Meetup’s Keep Connected podcast to discuss creating new friendships, deepening current friendships, and reconnecting with friends from your past.

Episode 29: One Run, One Beer: Small Steps Make Big Changes

Learn from Nina Baltierra, a real grassroots organizer, about what it takes to establish, expand, and enhance your own home base in this episode of the Keep Connected podcast.

Episode 28: Excelling Socially as an Introvert

Daniel Findlay used to struggle with social anxiety and a lack of confidence: now he teaches social skills to CEOs. Hear about his transformation on Meetup’s Keep Connected podcast.

Episode 27: Forming Friendships in Lonely Times

Steven Petrow, Washington Post columnist and author of Stupid Things I Won’t Do When I Get Old, joins the Keep Connected podcast to discuss community building at any age.