On this episode of WYP I talk to Chris Strub, author of the new book 50 States, 100 Days, The Book, about his trip across all fifty states in 100 days in order to volunteer and highlight a different youth organization in each destination. I talk to him about the bumpy start, the realistic ending, and everything in between, and talk about why social media brings us together more than some realize.
On this episode I interview professional magician Dan Harlan about his passion for theater at an early age that lead into a passion for magic at a later age, when he went professional with the practice, a historic project he’s working on to update a classic course in magic, and more.
On this episode of I talk to Linda McGowan about her journey that all started with a diagnosis of MS that would lead her on a trip around the world of Mt. Everest, penguins, and showing that being passionate enough about something can really get you there.
On this episode of WYP I talk to Dr. George Baxter-Holder about a amazing journey from overcoming drug addiction, prison sentences, and other struggles to becoming a doctor and author. I also talk to him about living with intention and how to use the practice to better our lives.
On this episode of WYP I talk with 11 year old musical extraordinaire Ty Waters to talk with him as he just starts his journey into music, how he started by jazzing up some things from his mother, I talk to his mother about her feelings on the journey and talk to his producer and songwriter about finding Ty and joining him for the ride!
On this episode of WYP I come to you direct from Dragoncon 2016 with an interview with podcaster, game creator, and comedy buff Justin Robert Young to talk about what goes into creating a political card game and a bit about comedy itself.
On this episode of WYP I talk to independent musician and friend of the network Luke Potter about one moment in a car that started his goal of being a song writer, his influences, and a chat about just doing something instead of being afraid.
On this episode of WYP I talk over Skype to comedy magician and vaudiville historian Levent about how he got started in magic, what career path he thought he would be on before it, his time on Penn & Tellers Fool Us, what a historian actually is, and more.
On this episode of What’s Your Passion I am back at the Unconventional Convention to interview my good friend Ray Magic Adams about variety performing, an experience that almost made him give up the business, how he has developed his style as a performer, and some advice for others trying to do the same.