Bob Hansen (@bobhansenjokes) is a former professional wrestler. You may know him better as Bob Thrash. He takes me into The Squared Circle.
Comic, writer and producer Ahri Findling (@theycallmeahri) was bullied as a child. Brutally bullied. But even if he could, he wouldn’t go back and change that fact. It made him who he was: a guy he (mostly) likes.
Doug Smith (@whodougsmith) is a comedian and a new father. Two months ago, his son Mason entered the world. The kid’s journey – from conception to EXTREMELY difficult birth – is a wild one. Doug tells it brilliantly. It’s a hairy ride with a happy ending. Enjoy.
Betsy Capes is the founder of Capes Coaching. She helps artists and creative professionals achieve their goals. It’s not a “trust falls and Scientology”-type deal. It’s the real deal. She has a fascinating story. Here it is.
My friend @DanielJPerafan talks about Colombians, cousins marrying, drugs, weight-loss and what it feels like to be catfished. Yes. That happened to him.
Comedian Joe Zimmerman (@joezimmerman, Comedy Central Half-Hour) stops by to discuss social media diets, 1 success out of 100, and the art of the short written funny thing.
I had swell dude author @michaelbsacks on the Special People Podcast. Great talk. Take a listen: http://ift.tt/1KihIIt
J.R. Havlan (@jrhavlan) is an eight-time Emmy Award winner and an 16-year writing vet for The Daily Show on Comedy Central. He now writes for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and also hosts The Writer’s Bloc Podcast where he interviews the finest TV writers in the business. We talk about Jon Stewart, Bassem Youssef, and the high school guidance counselor who’s off-hand remark put his life on track to success.