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I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
 
Join comedians Jacob Trimmer and Tim Groeschel in a mashup of true crime, history, and comedy as they swap stories and make jokes about people throughout time who have lived interesting and violent lives. Get your dose of grindhouse history every Tuesday and Thursday, because everyone likes violence as long as it's happening to someone else. Feel free to reach out to us with any feedback or comments at letthemfightpodcast@gmail.com, https://www.facebook.com/LTFpodcast, or https://twitter.com ...
 
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The Successful Pitch interviews successful thought leaders and entrepreneurs who share their stories so you can have a road map to success. Join your host John Livesay, sales keynote speaker, sales expert and author as he provides insights on how to make your pitch compelling, clear and concise. You can download the Free sneak peek of his book "Better Selling Through Storytelling at http://www.johnlivesay.com.
 
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The entertainment industry influencers sit down with the New York Film Academy to discuss the world of filmmaking to share their experience and knowledge. Hear from legends of the industry like Al Pacino, Bryan Cranston, Aubrey Plaza, Seth Rogen and many more.
 
We share stories of the growth, struggles, journey, self-discovery, and success of guests in various fields of life so you can be ahead of the curve, develop your purpose, and learn to "trust the process." We hope to inspire and motivate individuals who want a diversified understanding of various topics in life so they can better relate and communicate with peers, friends, and clients. Gain confidence, develop tenacity, and learn how to thrive in your own unique way. An abundance of life-hac ...
 
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Shep Hyken is a customer service and experience expert and the Chief Amazement Officer of Shepard Presentations. He is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author and has been inducted into the National Speakers Association Hall of Fame for lifetime achievement in the speaking profession. Shep works with companies and organizations …
 
Today's guest is Lou Diamond, the founder and CEO of Thrive LOUD. Lou is passionate about helping businesses and performers thrive through all kinds of power of connecting. Lou shares with John Livesay how each person has their own world. So when you connect people, you're bringing worlds together! Why is this important? In the world of sales and e…
 
Today we're talking about a man who loved killing so much he decided to fight in two world wars, Lou Diamond. He also refused being promoted from enlisted to officer because it would probably mean less killing. He was such an incredible badass that a Marine who just heard his life story decided to name his son after him. Enjoy!…
 
It's time for another Civil War guy on the Confederate side. This time we're talking about "Stonewall" Jackson, who was a pretty great soldier, but also a racist that loved slavery so not really a good person. He was also apparently weird as hell and ridiculously over the top with his religion. Anyways, he did a lot of shit in his life so join us i…
 
Sonja Pemberton is a professional speaker and transformational catalyst. With a career spanning more than 25 years, she has been privileged to lead, mentor, and coach across all career levels and generations, sharing her knowledge and expertise in culture and inclusion, and leadership development. The movement she has founded, “Dispelling the Myth …
 
Annoyed by your emails getting caught by spam filters? You need to have a go-to-market plan so you don't get stuck in the spam dog house. Stay on the right side of the internet and build a positive reputation as a sender. Join your host John Livesay and his guest Patrick Baynes as they discuss how you can increase productivity for better sales. Pat…
 
After a brief hiatus, This Week in Legal Blogging is back and we have a very special guest for our 51st episode. LexBlog Founder and CEO Kevin O’Keefe makes his debut on the show and discusses his new venture—the Open Legal Blog Archive. He joins Bob Ambrogi in this special episode and shares his vision for the archive and how he sees it benefiting…
 
Lisa Buckley began her career puppeteering on a LIVE morning show back in 1980 and continues to work as a professional puppeteer. Her talent as a performer has brought her literally around the world, performing in Cambodia, Philippines, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Madagascar, Iraq, Egypt, Lebanon, Haiti and Bangladesh. She has worked on countless stage pr…
 
Today we'll be talking about John Brown, a man who was so fervently anti-slavery that at one point even Frederick Douglass was all, "Damn, bro. You're pretty extreme." John Brown is famous for a small paragraph we all had to read one time in our history books in school but they just don't do his whole bonkers life justice with that little coverage.…
 
Who says fitness is all about the physical? Rob Roell, Executive Coach at Equilibrium Coaching, believes we also need the mental stamina to unlock our true potential for professional success. In this episode, he joins John Livesay to talk about mental fitness, what it is, and why we need it. He dives deep into the imposter syndrome, the ways social…
 
Kevin Pereau is Founder and CEO of TranscendIT Health, a healthcare management consulting firm focused on helping healthcare payers, providers and innovators better connect with consumers. He is a leading consumer advocate in healthcare, and is author of The Digital Health Revolution and It Takes a Village. He spent the early part of his career man…
 
In today's episode we went back to our big bag of requested scumnut creators to pull out Earle Leonard Nelson. If you've been listening to us for a while you know what three first names means, an awful garbage monster. And you'd be right. Earle spent his life traveling around the US, and a little bit in Canada, proving what a "badass" he was by cho…
 
“Toni Stone” playwright Lydia Diamond joins the boys to talk about her personal connection to the Negro Leagues pioneer and why she chose to tell her story, what it means to have her play back on the stage, writing through her COVID-impose lockdown and, of course, growing up a baseball fan and her crush on former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Joaquin…
 
Danny Elfman has a terrific chat with Chris about their mutual love of Victorian-era taxidermy, how Danny made the jump from science to music in high school, the early days of Oingo Boingo, and making the shift from band to film scoring. There are some really great stories! Danny will be performing 2 shows at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angel…
 
Rob Thomas is the Founder and President of RobThomasUSA, and he is the creator of the Rob Thomas Method (RTM) of Networking and Networking in Diners. Rob is an entrepreneur, the author of Who Do You NEED to Meet? and is a dynamic public speaker. Rob works with business professionals to help them develop their networking skills to help them achieve …
 
Before we dive into the episode, have you seen our badass logo? Awesome designer Trais Colton Barhaug rocked that for us and you should go support him now! T-shirts, pins, and stickers are on their way. On this 4th episode of Curtain Jerkers, Doug and Justin are joined by Justin LaBar of Wrestling Inc, Busted Open Radio, and IWC Wrestling in Pittsb…
 
Today we'll be traveling to the oft ignored country of Paraguay to talk about a type of person we haven't covered in a while, a dickhead dictator. Alfredo Stroessner did a lot of dirty shit in his days as evil despot of the country, and we're here to tell you about all of it. And what is a South American fascist regime without a little help from th…
 
Sometimes you find something you misplaced and it has an appreciated value beyond your expectations. Well more than a year ago we did a catch up episode with Alexa Curtis and it never made it to the show stream. The team at Thrive LOUD dug it up and it's pure GOLD! Enjoy, what was, a Thrive LOUD Catch-up episode with Alexa Curtis recorded on Instag…
 
When it comes to business, the customer is always right. Sounds obvious but putting this into practice is a lot harder than it seems, especially when we direct it to employees, also known as the company’s first customer. Joining John Livesay in this episode is Jason Bradshaw, a global guru on customer service and author of It’s All About CEX! The E…
 
Stanley Tucci chats with Chris about the process of getting dual Italian citizenship, how life can be viewed experientially through the food we eat, and his battle overcoming cancer. Stanley's new memoir "Taste: My Life Through Food" is available in bookstores now! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at htt…
 
Dan Ashburn and his industry-leading team are responsible for delivering 8-figures in annual sales on Amazon. Operating in online marketing for 17 years, he is an international speaker, advisor, co-founder of SellerEvents, co-founder of Titan Network, head mentor on China Magic and more recently the co-creator of Amazing Selling Machine. Dan comes …
 
Today we're covering a true rarity, a badass Italian. Pre-World War 2 he ran all over Spain fighting commies and North Africa kicking in the teeth of various locals from horseback. Then things got kinda wonky when World War 2 kicked off proper and he found himself pretty well abandoned. So he decided it was time to fight the British. While also kin…
 
What are the secrets in formulating the best marketing strategies to scale your business up? Join your host John Livesay as he talks with Mostafa Hosseini about lead generation, qualifying leads, implementing marketing plans, and much more. Mostafa Hosseini is an entrepreneur and business coach that could help you create and implement a one-page ma…
 
Having left a successful career on Wall Street to pursue her vocation as an artist, Virginia Dutton lives and works in New York, New York. She has an uncanny aptitude for sensing, focusing, and expressing energy in color and texture are at the heart of her gift for painting. Her ability to express herself through different and unusual media creates…
 
Athena Severi is known the world over as the “Goddess of Networking” and a key person to know in the online sales sector. With 15 years of Marketing and PR experience, she is a Sales Training master and renowned Public Speaker. As an expert at building communities and creating unique Mastermind groups with top names in various eCommerce sectors, sh…
 
Friends of the show Dave Apkarian and Matt Cole join us again to talk about a man with the most old timey American name ever, Bud Day. Also, one hell of a survival story. People that fought in Vietnam pretty much all went through some heavy shit, but one group went through a next level shit storm, POWs. Turns out the Vietnamese weren't very kind to…
 
Christopher coaches men to master themselves and go within to manifest their dream reality outside. From the time we were children, we were sold that to be “worthy” and “valuable” we’re supposed to be tough, not show any emotions, be strong and muscular, have a fancy car, clothes, and house, supposed to have it all together and have all the answers…
 
Today we're bringing in two previous guests, Dave Apkarian and Matt Cole, to talk about garbage monster/walking nightmare, Tommy Lynn Sells. He may not be the worst person we've talked about on this podcast, but he certainly gave it the old college try. And of course we got some quotes from the man himself at the end to let him personally convey wh…
 
“Once Upon a Time in Queens” director Nick Davis joins the boys to talk about growing up a lifelong New York Mets fan, the similarities between their 1986 World Series-winning team and the band Nirvana, who he wishes he could’ve interviewed for his 30 for 30 documentary and, of course, the excitement of showing the world Ed Hearn’s balls.…
 
If there is one platform that has proven to be helpful for businesses and individuals to connect at a professional level, it would be LinkedIn. But how do you really get started on it? Marcus Bell—an American music producer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, singer, social media influencer, activist and entrepreneur—joins John Livesay in this epis…
 
Director David Yarovesky--a.k.a. Yarvo (Brightburn, The Hive)--is back on the podcast! He and Chris talk about the ups and downs of directing, making your vision a reality, and finding the right balance of CG in a movie. They also talk about Chris & Lydia's recent baby announcement! Yarvo’s new film "Nightbooks" is on Netflix now! See Privacy Polic…
 
David Mowery is The Chairman of Mowery Consulting Group, LLC – a public relations, public affairs and political consulting firm, based in Montgomery, Ala. David is a member of The American Association of Political Consultants Inaugural Class of 40 Under 40, The University of Georgia’s 2014 Class of 40 Under 40 Alumni, and was named a Rising Star by…
 
Jen Hope is a Business and Executive Leadership Coach who leans on more than 20 years of executive experience, business acumen, and empathy to create a safe coaching environment where leaders can grow and thrive. Jen partners with leaders responsible for scaling organizations and has a wealth of experience in growing startup companies. Her business…
 
Now, when you hear that a man is a crazy religious member of the East India Company you might not think he's going to be a badass. But you'd be wrong. John Nicholson might not be the best person, seeing as how he played a significant role in the colonization of India by the British, but I'll be damned if he didn't kick some ass along the way. Enjoy…
 
The eCommerce world teaches companies to look for customers but what they’re missing out on is attracting digital seekers. As Raj De Datta would say, there is a difference between serving a seeker VS serving a customer, and it is a vital factor in creating a whole new experience for your audience. Raj is the co-founder and CEO of Bloomreach, the le…
 
Kate O’Neill is founder and CEO of KO Insights, a strategic advisory firm committed to improving human experience at scale. Kate is widely known as the “Tech Humanist.” She is helping humanity prepare for an increasingly tech-driven future with her signature strategic optimism. Her latest book, A Future So Bright: How Strategic Optimism Can Restore…
 
Just because you have covering footage for your insurance policy doesn't mean you have the right coverage. You need to sit down and look over the terms of the policy to make informed decisions. John Livesay’s guest in this episode is Pate G. Smith, Vice President of Marketing and Attorney at McClenny, Moseley & Associates. Pate advises you to get a…
 
John Vuong is a seasoned sales professional and Internet marketer with an exceptional track record helping companies grow their clientele and profits. Over the last 15 years, He has developed a deep understanding of local marketing dynamics and consumer behavior. his entrepreneurial spirit and experience working with more than 5,000 local business …
 
New firm, new blog. That’s the story for tax attorney Lou Vlahos who joined Rivkin Radler LLP earlier this year and has just launched his brand new blog—TaxSlaw—”where those hungry for tax knowledge come to chow down.” While it’s a new blog for Vlahos, he is anything but a rookie legal blogger. A pillar of the legal blogging community since 2013, h…
 
Friend of the show Joey Kuriki joins us again today. This time to talk about his fellow countrymen, Issei Sagawa. Issei was born fairly well cursed and wound up in a little tiny body and with very creepy urges. Which you know he acted on at some point since we're talking about him. He's another guy that has a drastically lower body count than a lot…
 
NYTimes and USA Today Bestselling Author Darynda Jones has won numerous awards for her work, including a prestigious Vivian, a RITA, a Golden Heart, and a Daphne du Maurier, and her books have been translated into 17 languages. As a born storyteller, Darynda grew up spinning tales of dashing damsels and heroes in distress for any unfortunate soul w…
 
Creator and producer Brian Volk-Weiss has not only produced stand-up specials for some of the biggest names in comedy, but he also has given us such gems as Netflix's "The Toys That Made Us" and "The Movies That Made Us". His newest series is also a home run, Disney+'s "Behind the Attraction", which focuses on a different legendary aspect of the Di…
 
Rob Ferre is an entertainer, speaker, game show host & Master of Ceremonies from Salt Lake City. He founded his company Life of the Party Entertainment in 2007 after spending 3 years in the family entertainment capital of the world, Orlando, Florida, where he worked for Disney, Universal and Nickelodeon. His entertainment company has been awarded B…
 
Think long-term. Plan for the long game and learn to reinvent yourself. Just how important is it to do this when it comes to your career? You are about to find out. Join John Livesay as he sits down with author and executive education professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, Dorie Clark as they discuss long-term strategic planning a…
 
Today we're joined by friend of the show Joey Kuriki for a trip down under to talk about infamous outlaw, Daniel "Mad Dog" Morgan. Danny boy ran/rode horses all around New South Wales visiting all the goofiest named places so that he could rob people, or shoot them, or force them to make him breakfast. Whatever he was feeling that day really. He ma…
 
To help celebrate the 300th episode of the podcast, legendary broadcaster Bob Costas joins the boys to talk about the three questions he gets asked the most, who he weirdly gets mistaken for, signing autographs as Bob Cutlass, appearing in BASEketball (and Pootie Tang!), that bet he made with Kirby Puckett back in 1986 and, of course, a little base…
 
Bill Humbert has been a Recruiter for 40 years, in an industry where fewer than 1% of Recruiters make it past 10 years. He pivoted every time he hit a wall. His business has been referred to as RecruiterGuy.com since 2001. His clients are spread across the US and many industries. He only recruits for 1 company at a time and charges a flat monthly f…
 
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