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Edward Lee Podcasts

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35 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Edward Lee. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Edward Lee, often where they are interviewed.

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35 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Edward Lee. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Edward Lee, often where they are interviewed.

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[EP 10] Interview with Edward Lee

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In the tenth episode of "Learn Videography," JJ and Kyle interview content creator Edward Lee Films, a Seattle-based content creator.

Some of the topics include:

  • -How to price your services?
  • -How to win clients over for the long run, and how to get retainer clients
  • -How to price a one time client vs a retainer client
  • -How to communicate to clients about budgeting
  • -How to get bigger budgets

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Sep 19 2020 · 1hr
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Episode 117: Chef Edward Lee & Lindsey Ofcacek (founders, The LEE Initiative)

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The LEE Initiative has been working to improve the restaurant industry for several years, with programs like a women's chef mentorship program. When COVID-19 swept across the United States, shuttering restaurants and leaving millions of industry employees out of work, founders Edward Lee, Lindsey Ofcacek, and their team instituted a number of new programs to help workers, farms, and other industry constituents across the United States.

On this episode, Edward and Lindsey take time out from their brutal schedules to discuss the origins of the Initiative, how it applies restaurant principles to philanthropy, what its latest relief efforts are, and how listeners (this means you) can help.

Learn more and contribute to the LEE Initiative via their website.

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Jul 15 2020 · 36mins
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Finding Common Ground with Southern Historian Dr. Edward Lee

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I found Dr. Edward Lee on Facebook, not exactly sure how. He is a renown professor of history at South Carolina's Winthrop University, an author and lecturer who looks back with reason on the 20th Century. He has more than 4,000 friends on Facebook, humans of all kinds, former students, friends, and strangers he has made friends with from around the world in his efforts to understand what happens, and why. He is clearly much respected for his open ears and open mind. 

Recently, Dr. Lee posted about his morning walks, and how nature reminded him of the great urgent need to "find common ground." That's when I decided to give him a call, and ask him some questions about history, how we got here and why, and how we avoid the mistakes of the past and find that more harmonious sweet spot where we can all live in peace. 

Spoiler alert: "Education can level the playing field," he says. And "we have to make fine arts available to everybody." 

Listen in to this meeting of likeminded's always amazing to find kindred spirits in far-flung spots, people of different backgrounds and beliefs who can find lots and lots of lovely crossovers on the important things in the world. Thank you Dr. Lee!

Jun 19 2020 · 38mins
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Clutch Kick Radio with FMC Drift's Edward Lee Thompson

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Ed Thompson from FMC Drift joins the gang today to talk about his years in drifting, and make his case for the Mustang as a go-to drift and track platform! Be sure to give us a thumbs up and follow along as we bring you the very best in PNW drifting information and entertainment each week, only on Clutch Kick Radio!
May 29 2020 · 1hr 31mins
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Importance of RETAINER CLIENTS with Edward Lee

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Key Takeaways:

[11:00] The struggles experienced in the first year of business

[15:43] Advice on how to fight shiny object syndrome

[19:13] Why you don’t need the fancy gear to do what we do

[20:17] When to upgrade your gear

[24:55] What to include in a retainer package for clients

[27:47] Edward’s strategy to close retainer clients

[29:06] Ideas of what to offer clients in a retainer package

[33:45] Why it’s great to have multiple retainer clients at once

[36:40] Why retainer clients are the best to work with

[37:02] The legal structure of working with retainer clients

[39:03] A common mistake creators make with retainer clients


In this episode, I brought on my boy Edward Lee to be the first guest. He’s a filmmaker and content creator based in Seattle, WA. We talk about our tactics for retainer clients, when to go full-send, marketing, and our goals for the future.


  • Connect with Edward on Instagram - @edwardleefilms
  • Check out my FREE 10 Steps to $10k Guide
  • Join my Facebook Group for photographers, filmmakers, and other creative entrepreneurs looking to learn how to scale their business, HERE.

Memorable Quotes:

[10:20] You have to troubleshoot because being a business owner is being a full-time problem solver as well.

[36:31] Don’t forget to work with clients that drive you, that inspire you, that make you feel good as a creative that’s really important.

[44:39] Being versatile is key but knowing your niche as well, what route you want to go specifically is definitely crucial

[1:11:25] Don’t think about how many followers you want, don’t think about the gear you want all that stuff because it comes by default when you start to love the process

May 06 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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The End of Restaurants? No! Edward Lee Feeds America

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This week, we're talking with Edward Lee—chef, independent restaurateur and founder of the LEE Initiative. In response to restaurant closures across the country, the LEE Initiative has formed a nationwide coalition of restaurants that have been transformed into relief kitchens for restaurant workers. Also on this week’s show, we chat with chef Iliana de la Vega about authentic Oaxacan cuisine; Adam Gopnik discusses the three stages of culinary passion; and we make England’s Eton mess.

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Apr 24 2020 · 51mins
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BONUS Episode 265: Edward Lee On the Front Lines

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We're airing a special episode today as we're staying updated on the ever-evolving struggles of the restaurant industry during this time. We talk to Edward Lee, chef and owner of 610 Magnolia, Milkwood, and Whiskey Dry in Louisville, Kentucky, as well as Succotash in Washington. D.C. Through the Lee Initiative, Ed has been addressing some of the devastation that has hit his community and inspiring others across the country to do the same. You can read our daily-updated restaurant coverage here.

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Mar 27 2020 · 22mins
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Edward Lee

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This week on Southerner, Chris sits down with Chef Edward Lee. Chef Lee is one of the country's premier chefs. They talk about Johnny Cash, the superiority of Kentucky bourbon, bland food, and so much more. Find out more about Chef Lee at

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Nov 26 2019 · 1hr 6mins
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EP 14: Finding Your Voice and Making a Paycheck From Your Passion with Edward Lee

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In this episode of Podcast More Life, we welcome the commercial filmmaker and content creator Edward Lee to discuss finding your voice as a content creator in 2019. Edward Lee is a filmmaker & content creator based out of Seattle, WA. He loves creating compelling content for brands and businesses. His main goal is to help other creatives crush their goals. We cover the importance of trying anything and everything in order to find your niche. Additionally, we cover how as you grow you being to discover your passion areas and that's where you can being to lean into your strengths for success. Edwards explains how sticking to your passion and working with brands that inspire you makes the process of being a content creator so much easier. We cover the Importance of making money work for you rather than working for money. Edwards shares a day in his life as well as his general workflow for getting goals accomplished and maintaining a happy work-life balance. Not only that, Edward shares his advice for content creators and how to leave your 9-5 for your passion whether that's being an entrepreneur or artist, etc. Don't miss out on this incredible episode of the FSTV podcast focused on finding your voice and using your passion to make a paycheck.

Oct 18 2019 · 1hr 18mins
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Episode 113: One Baker, Rising: Emie Dunagan & Edward Lee

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With mentorship, the impossible miraculously become possible. Nice to say, but what does that really look like? On this episode of Speaking Broadly, Louisville chef Edward Lee talks about his employment empowerment project, The Lee Initiative. And award recipient, Emie Dunagan describes how the program facilitated her transformation from a socially-awkward wunderkind Southern baker to a confident pastry chef.

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Oct 03 2019 · 35mins