Ty Hildenbrandt joined the show this week, to talk all things Serial. Ty has been hosting podcasts since before it was cool, back in 2007. His show, The Solid Verbal is one of the largest sports podcasts on the planet. We wrapped up our own theories on the show. And we talked about why
Ep. 29 – Freddie Wong: Growing 7 Million YouTube Subscribers & Crowdfunding Video Game High School (BONUS EPISODE)
A YouTube video posted in 2006 begins abruptly with a college-aged, bespectacled Chinese American rising from a dirt bike in his living room. Wearing a black leather jacket and linked chains, he grabs a microphone and says, “What’s up, Internet? My name is Freddie.” He tells us he’s been “rocking faces” all day and
Troy Carter came on the podcast this week. He is the founder of Atom Factory, and the conversation was inspiring to say the very least.
Troy and I talk about hip-hop, entrepreneurship, life, failure, success and finding passion around your work. Troy used to work with Bigee Smalls and Puff Daddy back in the day,
In this episode I talk with Willie Geist, co-host of the TODAY Show and Morning Joe, and a multiple time NY Times best-selling author. Willie is an old friend from Vanderbilt and it was awesome interviewing at his office in NYC a few weeks ago.
Willie chats about his book Good Talk, Dad: The Birds and The Bees…and Other
When talking to Justin Jackson if there’s one thing to take away – it’s that he’s passionate about in building stuff and shipping products. In one of my favorite movies “Glenn Gary Glenn Ross,” Alec Baldwin has an amazing sequence where he tells his sales team to “Always Be Closing” in a impassioned plea
Caleb Bacon is an network TV writer and host of the popular podcast Man School. He’s a jack of all trades in the modern media world. He currently writes for the TBS comedy Sullivan and Son, while also hosting the weekly Man School Podcast. Man School is a show where he interviews men about their exciting
Ryan Ford is the EVP Chief Creative officer, at Cashmere Agency. Cashmere is a lifestyle agency based in Los Angeles that focuses on multicultural millennials and building out communication strategies that can speak to people authentically wherever they’re at online. Their sister company is Stampede Management, and their client list that they advise and