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39 minutes | Nov 22, 2021
#77 Lose 20 Pounds By Breathing and Freezing, My Conversation with Colten Anderson
Over the past 3 years, Colten has become one of my closest friends. This last year, he really got focused on his health and has made huge strides. We talk about that and get into the specifics of his routine. We also talk goals, TV shows, and a bunch of other stuff. We had a good time and I played too much with my new sound effects that I figured out. Anyway, thanks as always for listening! You guys rock!
68 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
#76 Tackling the Tough Issues with Casey Kulla, Gubernatorial Candidate for Oregon
The podcast is really getting a glow up. We are official now. I had a chance to talk with Casey Kulla, who is running for governor in the state of Oregon. And, I pulled no punches. We talked about the homeless crisis, the violence in Portland, the issues with police, and more. I appreciated him taking the time to have a discussion with me. You can find more info about Casey on his Instagram @caseykulla or at his website: https://www.kullafororegon.com/
67 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
#75 How a Mustard Packet Helped Him Finish a Half Ironman, My Conversation with Jake Fohn
Jake and I get caught up and talk about his recent experience competing in a half Ironman in Salem, Oregon. Jake is a CPA and certified badass. We talk about his training, his time running with Nat Borchers (who he didn't know at the time), and even his Lil Eddie days. If you want to know more about him, you can check him out on IG @jakefohn. Thanks as always for listening! This is good one!
54 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
#74 Should You Start a Podcast? My Conversation with Matt Cox, host of the Saucetown Stories Podcast
I talk with Matt about a bunch of stuff. We talk about the origins of his podcast, what we've learned from podcasting, and the importance of good communication skills. We had a fun time and there was a lot of good info discussed. As always thank you for listening, subscribing, etc! I hope you're having a restful summer and you can check this out while you're hiking!
62 minutes | May 31, 2021
#73The NBA Playoffs, 5 Questions and Steve Nash's Hairy Knuckles
Brendon and I are back. We break down the first week of the NBA playoffs. We then did a cool thing where he asked me 5 personal questions and then I returned the favor. We then finished with a new segment we came up with on the spot, that leads to Brendon talking about Steve Nash's hairy knuckles. We laughed a lot, shared some cool stuff and tried to sound like we know what we're talking about when it comes to hoops. If you like it, please share, subscribe, and all that good stuff! Video version will be out next weekend. Don't forget to subscribe to the Youtube channel and click the bell so you never miss an episode!
55 minutes | May 22, 2021
#72 Chasing His Major League Dreams, My Conversation with Alex Emerson
Alex Emerson is an outfielder for the Portland Mavericks minor league baseball team. He shares his story of coming out of a two year retirement to tryout and make the team. He talks about his training schedule, the tryout process and what he was thinking when he hit a grand slam last weekend. He also talks about the college recruiting process. We had a fun time and I hope you are inspired. If you want to get tickets or stream the game you can visit the link here. You can also follow him on Facebook and Instagram.
63 minutes | May 10, 2021
#71 How Social Media Influencers Make Money and Grow Audiences, My Conversation with Conner Bobay
Social Media Influencer, Conner Bobay talk about what it was like to become famous on the internet in high school, how he grew his audiences, what he's up to now and the upcoming Youtubers vs TikTokers boxing event. You can check out his podcast on Youtube. You can also check out his Instagram. He also is trying to get on the undercard of the Youtubers vs TikTokers boxing event. To vote for him text Conner Bobay to 310-388-6763. As always, thank you for listening. I get some kind of awesome feedback every episode! It makes it all worthwhile. I hope this finds you well and brings you some value!
75 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
#70 Explaining the David Dobrik Scandal and Why You Should Care About It...Even if You're Over 30!
Brendon is back on the pod so we can discuss the current controversy surrounding David Dobrik. We break down why it matters and how it's relevant in the ever changing culture. We also talk about some other random topics, but I think as celebrity culture shifts, this is an important situation to understand. Thanks as always for listening, subscribing, sharing, etc. I left the new logo as the episode artwork because it's just so sick! Thanks to Matt Maghan for this awesome new logo!
81 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
#68 Get Fit and Still Eat Panda Express, My Conversation with Mason Shultz
Mason Shultz is a bartender, fitness expert, model and athlete. He has been featured in ads for Nike, Adidas, Dicks and Lululemon. He shared about his journey and opened up about how he stays in great shape and how he has learned to make it a lifestyle instead of the extremes. He is thoughtful and had a bunch of wisdom to share. I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did. If you want to know more about him or his girlfriend (who is also a fitness expert) check out their Instagrams. Mason's is here and Erica's is here.
53 minutes | Mar 21, 2021
#69 Can You Make Money With Sports Cards, My Conversation with Mike Gioseffi
Big episode today. Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you know the sports card market is SUPER hot right now. My guest, Mike Gioseffi, is an expert in the card market and one of the hosts of the Sports Card Nonsense podcast powered by the Ringer and Spotify. We break down the grading system, as well as how collectors who have been out of the game for decades can get back into it. We talk about all aspects of the hobby and even if you're not interested in sports cards, it's an entertaining and interesting conversation. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast where ever you listen to or watch your podcasts. If you want to know more about sports cards, you can listen to the Sports Card Nonsense podcast on Tuesdays and Fridays. You can also check out their website here or their IG here
65 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
#67 Trader Joe's protests, Tiger King doesn't get pardoned, Cobra Kai is legit, and We Build Our All Time NBA Teams
My friend Brendon and I cover a bunch of topics. We are all over the place. It was supposed to be a podcast mostly where we argue over our all time NBA teams. But, we also covered why you suck if you protest masks at retail locations. I also ride hard for Cobra Kai and talk about how disappointed the Tiger King must be to not be eating McChickens right now. Was the last episode about COVID and this episode we talk about Tiger King not getting pardoned? Yup. Also, I'm still learning the new software I'm using. I know the audio wasn't great on the pod with Miranda about COVID. The video version is posted and the audio is a little better on Youtube. If you want to see old pics of Brendon you can find his IG here. Thanks for hanging with me as I work out the kinks with the new gear and new software! I appreciate you!
46 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
#66 A Nurse's Perspective on COVID, My Conversation with Miranda Hire
I had a chance to talk to Miranda last week. We talked about all things Covid, from her experiences at the beginning of the pandemic, to the vaccine roll out. She also tells a gnarly story about one of the worst things she's seen in the ER. I honestly cut it kind of short cause it was making me queasy. Anyway, Covid is a highly polarizing topic. We did our best to just report her experiences and what she has noticed. It can be difficult to know who is telling the truth, so I wanted to get a perspective of someone who is actually doing the work on the ground every day. You can find out more about her by connecting with her in Instagram. Thank you again as always for listening! Make sure to subscribe on the platform of your choice! I appreciate you!
92 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
#65 David Dobrik Almost Killed Him with a Pine Cone: My Conversation with Alex Neumann
Alex Neumann aka New Alex is a recurring member of David Dobrik's vlog. We talk about how he navigates the two vastly different worlds he lives in. We also talk about his near fatal pine cone fight, his different moments in David's vlog, and his love of sports. He incorrectly picks the outcome of last weeks NFC championship game...don't bet against Tom Brady I guess. This was an awesome behind the scenes look at what fame looks like in 2021 as more attention drifts to the internet. Alex and I laughed a lot! I hope you enjoy the episode. As always, thanks for listening. This would be a cool episode to share (hint hint lol). If you want to connect with Alex check his Instagram. You can check out his new podcast, the Down Bad Podcast on their Instagram or on Spotify.
72 minutes | Jan 25, 2021
#64 Beahr is Dropping New Music: Braden Taylor is Back and He's Beahring Gifts!
Braden Taylor aka Beahr makes a triumphant return to the pod! This is his trilogy episode! He talks about his new single, Sacrifices, out now on all major platforms. We get caught up on pandemic life and then talk about his new project. You can stay up to date with him by following his Instagram. Also, we sure to like his artist page on Spotify or wherever you get your music. If you want to check out the producer he's been working with his Instagram is here. We also talk about his girlfriend and her acting career. You can find her Instagram here. I always enjoy chatting with BTay!
84 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
#63 Backpacking in Asia During a Pandemic: My Conversation with Hunter Christenson
I sat down a few weeks ago with Hunter Christenson. He was in the middle of a backpacking trip through southeast Asia when COVID hit. We talk about his trip, and having to change plans because of the pandemic. We also talk about local businesses through his experience working at Basil and Board. It was cool to hear his global perspective on the beginning of COVID. His instagram and Facebook are the best places to connect with him. As always, THANK YOU FOR LISTENING AND CHECKING OUT THE POD! I am trying to improve the product so I'm using some new software, so my mic sounds like I'm recording on to an 8 track. Sorry, it will get better as we go. His audio sounds great though. I hope you're staying safe and finding a way to thrive.
57 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
#62 Running a Restaurant During a Pandemic and How to Improve your Grilling Skills: A Conversation with Roger Schneider, Pitmaster at Roger That BBQ
If you live in Oregon and haven't been to Roger That BBQ in Salem, you are definitely missing out. I sat down to talk to Roger Schneider, owner and pit master at Roger That. He tells the crazy story of how he opened the business and how he has navigated the restaurant industry during the pandemic and gives a few tips to improve your grilling skills. Toby, my dog decided to kick the power cord out at the beginning of the podcast, so I missed the first few minutes. Sorry about that. If you want to know more about Roger That, you can check out their website, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. If you want to call in your order ahead of time or to order some merch, you can call them at 503-363-6716. The YouTube channel Roger talks about in the pod is here.
101 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
#61 Trips to Austin to See Chappelle, The Comedy Store Doc, and Did Joe Rogan Jump the Shark, My Conversation with Bryan Bowman
Bryan Bowman returns to the pod to talk about his trip to Austin to see his favorite entertainer, Dave Chappelle in person. We also breakdown the Showtime documentary on The Comedy Store and argue about whether the Joe Rogan podcast is better or worse than it was 5 years ago. (Spoiler alert, I say it's worse). I talked about Damon Wayans comedy special I watched as a kid. If you want to check it out here's the link.
14 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
#60 From Foster Care to Business Owner My Conversation with David Hendricks of Safe Haven
I recently had the chance to sit down with David Hendricks the President of Safe Haven Inc. He talks about his journey from the foster care system to running a successful business and building his a real estate business as well. We talk about the habits that make him successful, the lessons he's learned from running a business and the importance of networking. It was a fun time catching up with an old friend. I hope you enjoy it as well! Thanks again, as always, for listening! It means the world to me! You can find out more about David by visiting his LinkedIn or emailing email@example.com
35 minutes | Oct 18, 2020
#59 An Entrepreneurial Powerhouse, My Conversation with Top-Selling Realtor Rebecca Donaldson
A lot of my guests have been friends or friends of friends. Today's guest and I have never talked before this episode. I just thought her billboard was one of the best pieces of creative I had seen. I wanted to find out more about the person behind that billboard. I am glad I did. Rebecca is a constant worker, life-long learner, who takes her craft seriously. She talks about her routines, recommends some books and YouTube series and talks about her experience working with Ryan Serhant. She was so convincing I bought his book this weekend! Rebecca had a bunch of great nuggets of wisdom to be mined for anyone trying to maximize their potential. You can find her at her website, her Instagram and her Facebook. It was a real treat to have her on and as always THANK YOU for listening. This would be a good episode to share, and againI love the Little Pod community! PS I had some trouble with the dimensions of the billboard art for this episode's artwork. So, check those out on her website.
60 minutes | Oct 11, 2020
#58 How to Build a Computer on a Budget and Customizing your Builds with Reilly Leaton, Owner of Prexium Custom Builds
Today's guest is Reilly Leaton. He is a computer wizard and has recently started his own business. He helps anyone to develop a computer build on a budget that makes sense for them. He also does repair and troubleshooting. However, his passion is doing cool custom builds. You can see his work on his Facebook, Instagram, or website. I learned a lot. Some of the early stuff was over my head, but we hit our stride a few minutes in, and there was some really good stuff if you're thinking about building your own computer. Also, we talked about the customizing that he's doing. Just like with all tech, I think this is going to become a more and more common thing. I suggested a Cobra Kai custom build. If anyone wants to make that for me, I'll give you a shoutout on the pod! LOL. As always, thank you for listening!
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