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26 minutes | Aug 24, 2018
Ep: 32 Doug Calhoun makes us laugh again!
Doug is one of the funniest people I know and you are guaranteed to laugh while listening to this! We talk about movies, crazy stories from the gig economy, and why there are so many books about Winston Churchill.
25 minutes | Jun 20, 2018
Episode 31: Jason Lyle Black, Musician & Entrepreneur
Jason's music career is moving fast! He took a few minutes to talk about how he got things going and some advice to musicians and entrepreneurs everywhere. His Piano Man performance shows for Cruiseliners have been a big hit. He is taking piano music and Disney movie themes and making a very interactive (not boring at all) show. You can hear him on Spotify and see him on tour!
19 minutes | Mar 23, 2018
Episode 30: "Colombian Artist: Valeria V. Wolff Shares Inspiration for Her Art"
Medellin Colombia artist, Valeria Wolff, talks about her inspiration for making amazing pieces of art. She does papercut, splatter paint, and other abstract art that is always exciting to look at. Valeria also shares a few insider tips on what to do in Medellin to get a real feel for the city. You can see more of her art on Instagram! Intro and Outro music provided by Jerry Fenn
42 minutes | Mar 13, 2018
Episode 29: Dara Kruman Shares her Motivation as a Therapist and Distance Runner
Dara shares the "intensity" of life as a social worker and therapist. The stories are touching, and the insights are valuable for anyone. I really enjoyed this interview. Intro Music Provided by Jerry Fenn (you can listen to him play live everyday on the UpLive app)
40 minutes | Jan 18, 2018
Episode 28: Dan Whitmore - "Finding Yourself at 35; 300 Tinder Dates; Working in Fashion"
Had a great time talking with Dan Whitmore. Dan recently moved to LA after living in Wisconsin and New York. Listen for the great stories and excellent advice for your career and life.
45 minutes | Oct 2, 2017
Episode 27: Bryce Peterson shares his experience as an Actor, Musician and working for The Man
I spoke with Bryce Peterson about his story entering the performing world of acting and music. He performs one of his original songs at the end of the episode. Music courtesy of Jerry Fenn (https://jerryfenn.com/new-album)
37 minutes | Jul 17, 2017
Episode 26: Stephen Wheeler shares how it feels to make a life changing bike trip across the country
Stephen Wheeler wanted to see America like few have been able to, taking a 2-month bicycle journey across the middle of the country! He tells the story with lots of anecdotes in this podcast. Also, for the biking enthusiasts we talk about his gear setup at the end.
37 minutes | Jun 19, 2017
Episode 25: David Kwan, talks about Dating Apps, Guitar and Jokes
Hilarious interview with David Kwan who is something of a sales expert. He shares his take on playing guitar, dating apps and a lot more.
16 minutes | Nov 4, 2016
Episode 24: Nelson Chung Shares what he Learned about College Football Analytics
Nelson Chung is a longtime football and sports fan who happens to also be an accomplished statistician. Recently he published a paper offering recommendations for BYU football to up there game. He harnesses 10 years of experience working at the US Census Bureau to make a very fascinating paper. Also, Nelson is s really great guy. You can find the paper we discussed here: http://byustudies.byu.edu/
52 minutes | Sep 1, 2016
Episode 24: Andrea Tree Shares Personal Stories of Relationships, Art Therapy and Foster Care
Andrea Tree helps people through their struggles with Art Therapy. She tells her own struggles growing up in a large family in Michigan and how clay modeling like in the movie Ghost gave her the creative outlet she needed to experience a bigger world. Had a great time talking with Andrea, she even offered a free diagnosis of a sketch I made, which I then argued was not as bad as she said it was (it's towards the end of the interview).
5 minutes | Aug 10, 2016
Chuck Armstrong - Explains the Creation of his hilarious "Charles Comedy" sketch: Future Graduation
I asked Chuck to explain the story behind his hilarious comedy sketch "Future Graduation" which he created in his comedy partnership "Charles Comedy"
7 minutes | Aug 4, 2016
Anna Kaiser shares thoughts on how are treated in Brazil
Rio based journalist Anna Kaiser gives an insightful look at how women are viewed in Brazil compared with the United States, offering some interesting stories and anecdotes.
10 minutes | Jun 25, 2016
Episode 23: What you need to know about the Brexit: impacts on investment
Wondering what to expect with your 401k or other investments now that the Brexit is becoming a reality? I discuss this and other effects of the Brexit vote which passed on June 23. The stock markets have initially reacted very negatively, however we offer some insights for the longer term investments.
3 minutes | Jun 7, 2016
Rio based Journalist Anna Kaiser shares inside secrets how to spend a day in Rio de Janeiro
How to spend a wonderful in one of the world's most amazing cities away from the most typical tourist hotspots.
4 minutes | May 23, 2016
Thinking of seeing the Olympics in Rio? Anna Kaiser offers an update on current expectations
Thinking of seeing the Olympics in Rio? Anna Kaiser offers an update on current expectations by
19 minutes | May 16, 2016
Episode 21: Anna Kaiser: "Brazil's President, Dilma Rousseff, has been impeached, now what?"
Anna Kaiser (Freelance Journalist based in Rio de Janeiro) describes the mood in Brazil after the decision to impeach Dilma Rousseff and some of the rumors and possibilities, good and bad, for what the new Michel Temer presidency may look like.
7 minutes | May 11, 2016
Why it's so hard to find street parking in DC - Economist Ike Brannon explains
There's an explanation for why parking, like many other cities, is so hard in DC.
35 minutes | Apr 29, 2016
Ep: 20 Economist Ike Brannon Shares Inside Knowledge How things really work in DC
With 15 years in DC Ike Brannon has the experience and credibility in the places that count. He shares his story and some insights he has picked up along the way. A lifelong basketball enthusiast, he shares a story of the White House basketball court and where the President plays basketball.
2 minutes | Apr 28, 2016
Ike Brannon talks about the place where the President plays Basketball
Where does the U.S President play basketball? There's one place inside the White House and another nearby, Ike Brannon explains what it's like to play at both courts and a story when President Obama got elbowed in the eye while playing!
8 minutes | Apr 20, 2016
Forbes Writer Laura Shin Explains Why Bitcoin Threatens and Revolutionizes the Banking System
Forbes writer, author and business owner of Ideas with Words explains how Bitcoin works and why this new payment method is so revolutionary to the banking and how individuals can pay each other across borders and beyond.
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