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Ep. 307: Zach Eastman – Podcaster, Filmmaker, Old Time Hollywood Enthusiast

Zach Eastman is my good buddy. Chief among the reasons he’s a good buddy of mine is that he’s just about the only person I’ve ever known (besides my own father) who can talk about W.C. Fields for three hours with me. Which we did on his show! You can find that right here. Zach…

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Ep. 306: Jonathan Stine – Managing Partner at The Paul Wilkinson Law Firm

Jonathan Stine is someone I met because our kids became friends in preschool. Turned out we had a lot in common, and the two of us and our two wives hit it off pretty much immediately. When we’d have parties, he’d ask my friends weird questions like, “Which insurance company do you have?” For the…

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Ep. 305: Andrew Orvedahl – Comedian, TV Star, Game Designer

Andrew Orvedahl is the first comedian I was ever close to getting on the show. Seven and a half years ago after I interviewed Brandi Shigley, she asked me if I was interested in interviewing Andrew Overdahl. Of course! was my reply. She called him, left him a voicemail, and then nothing materialized. We were…

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Ep. 304: Jon Eks Solo and in a Creative Funk

This show has grinded to a halt. Literally, I’m having a hard time generating any momentum with potential guests, my writing process is laborious and tortured, and while I have plenty of TIME, the ideas simply ain’t coming. So, this week is an attempted exorcism. I turned on the mics before I could mentally set…

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Ep. 303: Dana Shierstone – Chemical Engineer, Geochemist, Cannabis Entrepreneur

I reconnected with Dana Shierstone at my 21st high school reunion and I’m glad I did because this is a conversation with a delightful surprise around every corner. When Dana and I started talking, I knew she worked in the cannabis space, but I had no idea she had a background as chemical engineer for…

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Ep. 302: Adam Salzman – Founder and CEO of AdventureEXP

Adam Salzman is the Founder and CEO of AdventureEXP, a company that offers destination work experiences customizable to an individual’s life and career goals. Here’s a bit about their programs from their website: At AdventureEXP, we believe in the power of meaningful travel. We believe in individual potential and how it is empowered when you…

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Ep. 301: Peter Moore – Attorney at Robinson, Waters & O’Dorisio

Peter Moore is someone I respect, enjoy, and deeply admire. I worked with him on what was undoubtedly my favorite client of all-time, Vital for Colorado, and I produced more than 70 hours of radio content with him. Peter not only has an uncanny work ethic, but a sharp sense of humor and the ability…

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Ep. 300: Jon Eks Solo – Celebrating a (Quasi) Milestone

Since we’re sort of at a milestone, I thought it a good time to pause and reflect on where we are and where we’ve been. In truth, this is my 351st episode which doesn’t usually warrant any kind of notable extra action. But since we’re at 300 in terms of the ones I’ve numbered, let’s…

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Ep. 299: Ashley Garrison – Co-Owner of The Hop Handcrafted Ice Cream

Ashley Garrison is one of my absolute favorite people on this planet. We became pals when I lived in The Woodlands, TX for my junior year of high school through a love of punk and ska music. We would go to shows, drive around listening to our music way too loud like all bored high…

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Ep. 298: Courtney Brewer – Huntington’s Disease Advocate

Courtney Brewer is a fellow alumnus from my same class and high school. As our reunion approached, we reconnected and I’m so happy we did because I feel privileged to get to bring this show to you. Instead of talking about Courtney’s career journey – which, admittedly, we do a very little bit – we…

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