What We Do
I spoked to Thomas Doochin this week about why giving is so important, where our society is following short, and how our generation might change our collective trajectory.
I had the chance to sit down with one of my favorite people this week, Ryan Jancula. We talked about the economic difficulties our generation is facing, creative ways to become a homeowner, and how he was able to set goals for himself and then execute on his vision.
This week I spoke to Christina Bushner, a costumer in the Film and TV world out here in Los Angeles and an all-around badass. We spoke about the struggles she had to overcome as a teen spending time in juvenile hall and how she's built a life for herself in the world of entertainment.
On this episode of Millennials Don’t Suck, I spoke with author Seamus Kirst about battling addiction, the joy and struggle of being #selfemployed, and his podcast, Mental Health Hangouts.
Matt joined me this week to talk to Satya Bhabha about creating massive immersive theater experiences, the influence of his Indian heritage on his life, and how acting has impacted his trajectory.
I spoke to Khalila Archer, Program Director for iBme, about the value of community in a young person's life, how mindfulness isn't a "quick-fix" like it's sometimes described, and the importance of getting quiet in a world that seems louder every day.
This week I talked to Erica Mandy, an award-winning TV news reporter and host of the daily news podcast, theNewsWorthy, about making the transition from TV journalism to entrepreneurship. We talk about the difficulties she's faced in being her own boss, why neutral/unbiased news is more important than ever, and what it was like to work for a Sinclair-owned news station.
This week I spoke to Curtis Roberts, a young lawyer who spends his time helping small startups navigate the confusing legal world we live in. We talked startups, catching the travel bug, and the joy and struggle in being self-employed.
I spoke to Matt Rizzetta, CEO of North 6th Agency, about building a company from his basement to 50 employees and offices in three cities, the challenges of balancing entrepreneurship and family life, and the trends he sees in public relations in the next couple of years.
This is a special episode. Matt rejoined me on the mic to interview the truly breathtaking poet, Jeremy Radin. We talked acting, poetry, life, and death, and Jeremy read some of his favorite poems for us. This was a beautiful afternoon, and I'm glad to share it.