Created with Sketch.
2 minutes | May 18, 2021
Cover Bands - Kyle Corbett Stand-Up Comedy
It makes me happier to listen to the cover band compared to the real thing! Maybe cause most original artists are dead!
2 minutes | May 12, 2021
There Is No Little Boys Room - Kyle Corbett Stand-Up Comedy
There is a completely different vibe when a grown woman asks to use "the little girl's room" than when a grown man asks to use "the little boy's room".
1 minutes | May 9, 2021
Play It Twice, Damn It
When people go to see a band, I have no idea why the band wouldn't play their hit song twice? That is what everyone came out to see anyways.
2 minutes | May 9, 2021
Asswipe Sock - Kyle Corbett Stand-Up Comedy
It is bewildering what you can do with a sock. I had a friend that I'd need to throw a sock at whenever he would run to the bathroom. An original Kyle Corbett Comedy skit. Motivational speaker, actor, activist, and expert in digital marketing. In addition, to his multiple different companies, he is also working hard as a dedicated member of the SAG-AFTRA.
2 minutes | May 9, 2021
Telling Kids There Is Not Enough Time
All people do is stress out about time, but it is so hard trying to explain it to children!
2 minutes | May 9, 2021
Germinate- Kyle Corbett Standup
Words can be such a weird, funny thing.
2 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
Drunk Call- Kyle Corbett Stand-Up Comedy
There is one thing that I am really glad that I don't do while drinking. Steel Hull, an autobiography of my greatest adventure so far is being released this year. In order to recieve your copy as soon as it is released email us to sign up!
3 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
The nice people are going to be gone soon! The mean ones are going to live forever! Population thinning strategies gone wrong! Steel Hull is going to be released very soon! Email us to recieve your copy as soon as it comes out!
2 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
Talk To Strangers
Why would you want to talk to strangers? It may seem uncomfortable and even just plain odd to talk to strangers. Talking to strangers can have amazing benefits because when you only communicate and talk with your friends or the same group of people you are only exposing yourself to a small set of opinions and views of the world. Talking to strangers allows you to engage and interact with someone you don't usually come in contact with. This allows you to even experience different cultures through other people. A good book on this exact concept is Malcolm Gladwell's "Talk To Strangers" is a great one. It goes into how often times as humans we don't understand one another.
2 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
Take Care Of Your Body It Is Your Only One
One thing that not enough people do is taking care of their bodies. It may seem like common sense, but we only have one body. You can't upgrade, replace, or buy a new one off of Amazon so take care of it while you have it! Drink water, exercise, and do the things that you know are good for yourself every day. Eat healthily and do something to upgrade the way you are treating your body!
3 minutes | Nov 20, 2020
Don't procrastinate, start doing. As I record this podcast episode for you in a Las Vegas elevator, I will let you in on a little secret. I struggle with procrastinating all the time; I've been actually meaning to start this informational web series for a while now. One day, I just had to decide to do it. Even if whatever it is is not perfect, get it started. Simply just you starting will motivate you to keep going. No matter what it is you are passionate about dive in head first! Do not wait for the perfect time to begin because that perfect time will never come and you will just find yourself waiting. Take it upon yourself to get up and get after it! It may not seem easy, but nothing worth having is ever easy!
2 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
Give Yourself Credit
One of the things that too many of us forget to do is give ourselves credit for the things that we have accomplished in life whatever that may be. Many of us are caught in a negative mindset always thinking about how we can improve and become better, but the fact is if you are giving your best effort you need to always remember to give yourself positive praise and credit. This doesn't mean to stop being hard on yourself, stop trying to work harder, or crackdown when you know that you need it; however, we need to recognize when we are putting in our all and that we owe ourselves credit. Give yourself compliments on your accomplishments; this helps you really keep track of where you are in life and even more important, where you need to go. Keep that in mind going forward, work hard and it will pay off!
2 minutes | Nov 14, 2020
One of the best pieces of advice that I have gotten throughout my adventures in life is to Dream Huge. This is one of the main lessons I try to get through to all of my listeners, you need to dream big! Think about it like this, if you dream small and you do succeed in accomplishing your dreams then you have only achieved something small. That defeats the point of a dream! To dream is to set an aspirational goal. Dream of accomplishing something so spectacular that even if only accomplish half of that dream you are still achieving something extraordinary. So even accomplishing part of your grand goal will leave more fulfilled than achieving a small dream. Don't be afraid to dream large! No one who has ever limited themselves by dreaming small has ever made it huge.
3 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
Dance, Just Do It
Simple as this, when we dance, we feel good. Sometimes when you are in a good spot in life and you hear music come on, you just start to dance. You move, groove, and just start to kind of enjoying it which exasperates more energy within your body which leads you to do it longer. The next thing you notice, you are in a good mood. Most of the time, when we are in a bad mood it makes it a little difficult to want to go and dance. What Kyle is telling you is no matter what go ahead and dance a little bit, put yourself in that good menu no matter how you are feeling.
2 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
Open Your Mouth & Make The Comment
One truly important self-development habit that I was taught by my father is to make random comments to anyone that you may meet throughout your life. No matter if it may come off as awkward, just doing it will allow you to say it better the next time around. Too often, we miss out on the opportunity to connect with one another. Grab hold of the opportunity and speak your mind. Not only is it practice for the next person you talk to, but it also strengthens your own voice.
2 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
Ask Yourself Whose Dream You Are Living
It is time to ask yourself an important question. Are you living your dream? Take the time to answer yourself, are you living your dream or the dream of others? Assess how you spend your time, is it working for someone else or spent on developing yourself? This begins with asking yourself one important question: What are your goals and dreams? Make that question a habit, ask yourself this every 72 hours. Keep yourself inspired by focusing on your goals instead of spending all of your time developing the dreams of someone else. So start to pay attention to exactly where your time is being spent. Are your days filled with doing the bidding of others or spent developing yourself to be the best that you can be? Find motivation in your own passion.
2 minutes | Nov 6, 2020
Be Crazy Enough To Think You Can Change The World
When it comes to those that are immensely successful whether it applies to running a charity, non-profit, or someone that just has a major following, the one similarity that I consistently see among these people in my travels is that they are crazy enough to believe that they can make that change. Those who have truly left a mark on human beings for decades or centuries are the ones that have been crazy enough to try to motivate the change. Have the belief in yourself to know (not think) that you can make a lasting impact not only for those around you but for every person on the planet.
70 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
Troy from Heroes Of Project Earth Interviews Kyle
Troy from Heroes of Project Earth sits down with Kyle Corbett to talk about Kyle's adventures on Seas Lyfe has been going so far. From waking up in a militarized zone to researching the endangered Cuvier Beaked Whales, Kyle has an endless stream of stories, struggles, and triumphs that went into his greatest adventure yet. From his humble beginnings of being a surfer that wanted to find the best surf spots, most of them you could only reach by way of boat, Kyle quickly became familiarized with the waters surrounding Southern California and Baja California which most of his adventures on Seas Lyfe would be taking place on. Kyle has always been passionate about nature and decided to utilize his other passion and knowledge of sailing in order to create his organizations, Seas Lyfe and Reduce Impact. These organizations are focused on spreading awareness regarding the damage that we as humans are doing to our ocean and planet. The initial goal behind Seas Lyfe and Reduce Impact is to reduce the demand for single-use plastic which can only be done by informing others of how they can reduce their impact on our environment. We like to call it "Destroy the Disconnect with Nature," and by that we mean to help others gain awareness of the impact our everyday actions have on the environment. We do this by revealing information about climate change in a medium that is easily understandable through blogs on our websites http://reduceimpact.org/ and http://seaslyfe.com/, or by going on research expeditions studying just how pollution in the sea is affecting the marine life. As stated before, one of the first research trips Kyle was contracted by a Latin Research Team in which they began sailing to Guadalupe Island. On the way to the island, Kyle and his crew actually stumbled across a man stranded at sea and was able to actually save his life. This may have been the world's way of letting Kyle in the crew that they were in the right place at the right time. From there they continued their venture to Guadalupe island, where they began to extract blubber and skin cell samples from the Cuvier Beaked Whales. By doing this we are learning more about the environment and how one species acts with all the other beings in their eco-system. This is all a part of the process of spreading awareness because most humans don't realize just how connected we all are to Mother Nature. One thing we have to realize is the potential impact of even one species of an animal going extinct. It is not simply that this animal is existing from disappearance, but all of the interactions that species may engage in within their ecosystem.
2 minutes | Oct 26, 2020
Go Out Of Your Way For Others
When was the last time you have gone out of your way for another person? If not recently you should try, it comes with intrinsic benefits by releasing good energy within yourself when you help out others. A surprising fact is that when you help someone, statistically the person helping other people usually will walk away with higher regard for the other person. On top of that, it just makes you feel better. This might be why there are so many people working for charities and nonprofits. The next time you can, go out of your way to help someone else. See how it makes you feel, and who knows, you may keep doing it.
30 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
Mary Crowley and Kyle Corbett talk about Earth's Health
Mary Crowley has removed over 100 tons of plastic from our worlds oceans. She is the founder and executive director of Ocean Voyage Institute. She and her team of dedicated earth loving people have made a humongous difference in the health of our planet. Mary is one of the top providers of health to our oceans in the entire world. Kyle Corbett and Mary Crowley sit down aboard the Seas Lyfe ocean conservation and research ship to speak about what is going on in our world today. They speak of a world most people do not have the opportunity to see. They talk about a world far out to sea. They enlighten us to the existence of the malformation that is within our own creation. Mary and Kyle Corbett talk about what we can do to make a difference. They discuss the problem at hand. They talk at length about the health of our ocean and what is being done wrong by human beings. Mary speaks in a soft yet reverent voice about what people do not actually know. Mary works regularly with Scripps Institute of oceanography. She is a well-known speaker on ocean conservation in one of the forefront leaders in the earths planetary health and continuation of its existence. Kyle sits down to speak with her about what is actually going on and what we can do to educate the world about what is happening to our number one life source. Single use plastic and throwaway plastics as Mary calls them are something that we need to train ourselves as human beings to get rid of entirely. Mary makes great points about the fact that plastic is a wonderful invention, however it's use has been overly stretched for financial gain and human luxury. She makes the example to Kyle during this interview that railroad ties made out of plastic material or a sustainable invention. Kyle listens and learns while he Chips in some information about Seas Lyfe ocean conservation and chimes in with information on the efforts that his team have done as well. Both Kyle Corbett and Mary Crowley believe that plastic is a good thing for our world, however that our world has used it in a bad manner. Listen to it as these two passionate ocean minded people find that they actually come from the same path of learning this information. They both started charter boat organizations and later on found out that there is way too much plastic in the ocean. Kyle Corbett met Mary Crowley at a networking event where she was the keynote speaker. These 2 leaders in ocean conservation and information spreading efforts connected on a mutual passion that is the protection of our worlds number one life source… The ocean. After keeping in touch for some months, Mary reached out to Kyle when she was going to be in town. Kyle invited her to come and spend the night on board the 70 foot Sailing schooner Seas Lyfe in San Diego. Mary Crowley was kind enough to sit down and do an on camera and voice recorded interview so that they could both produce more information to the people of our world who do not have the opportunity to sell out into the middle of the ocean and see what is actually going on.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022