Episode 80 - Taylor Sharp (Hoops Africa)

Episode 80 - Taylor Sharp (Hoops Africa)

This week I spoke to Taylor Sharp, who directed an amazing new documentary called Hoops Africa, a collection of stories celebrating the growth of basketball on the African continent. We talked about our shared love of the continent, how he came to be a filmmaker (hint, not planned), and I enviously nerded out about all the NBA greats he got to meet while shooting this film.

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Episode 69 - Christina Bushner - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

Episode 69 - Christina Bushner - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

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. 


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Episode 66 - Khalila Archer (iBme) - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

Episode 66 - Khalila Archer (iBme) - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

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. 


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Episode 62 - Jeremy Radin - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

Episode 62 - Jeremy Radin - MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

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.

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Episode 57 - Ben Lee (Rootstrap) -- MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

Episode 57 - Ben Lee (Rootstrap) -- MILLENNIALS DON'T SUCK PODCAST

I had a wide-ranging conversation with Ben Lee, a serial entrepreneur and the founder of the mobile app development company Neon Roots

We talked about his business strategies, (“I assume everybody is full of shit until proven otherwise"), the importance of decoupling business and personal relationships, and how the speed with which the Internet/social media can destroy someone's life has turned dystopian. 

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