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Out of the land that brought you Sam Phillips, Percy Sledge, The Decoys, Shenandoah, Arthur Alexander, James Carr, Angela Hacker, The Alabama Shakes, The Swampers (Barry Beckett, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson), and various other musicians as well as the home of both Fame Recording and Muscle Shoals Sound Studios (which recorded and mastered artists such as Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Lynard Skynard, The Allman Brothers Band, and many more), comes Shoals Area Mu ...
 
How do we find true fulfillment? What is happiness? What would I do if money were no object? Who am I and what do I do best? These questions have been incessantly probing my mind since I was a little boy. Welcome to FLOW, with Arman Assadi. Join me in this pioneering podcast as I share my journey of finding flow and go deep down the rabbit hole with some of the most fascinating people in the world. I'll share raw, unfiltered conversations with world-class thought leaders, New York Times best ...
 
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I am honored to be great friends with Bridget Levine and share her amazing, courageous, and unique story with you. Armed with a passion for fashion and a fiery love for dogs, Bridget Levine is the founder behind the renowned pet accessory brand, Frenchie, and was a Forbes 30 Under 30 finalist. With just a $5,000 loan and a dream to bring functional…
 
It's the final episode of Monologue Month! The concluding episode of this season's themed month is a discussion of perhaps the most famous and celebrated one person show of all time, written by one of the most famous and celebrated playwrights of all time: "Krapp's Last Tape" by Samuel Beckett! Listen in! ------------------------------ Please consi…
 
Lori Harder is a leading global expert in the field of fitness, transformational work, mindfulness, and self-love. She has grown two multi-million dollar businesses as a successful entrepreneur and network marketing professional. Taking her passion for human potential, she created The Bliss Project, a women’s empowerment retreat, and the Bliss Habi…
 
In Episode 3 of Monologue Month, Jackson and Jacob visit one of the titans of the form: Anna Deavere Smith. Smith is well known and well lauded for one person shows like "Twilight: Los Angeles" and "Fires in the Mirror." This week, the boys discuss her sweep through American history: "House Arrest." ------------------------------ Please consider su…
 
Many listeners have been requesting more solo episodes. I would love to hear your thoughts on this and hope you enjoy this analysis on the power, benefits, and methods for reading. Quick correction: I said oenophile but meant bibliophile lol 😂. Relevant favorite quote: “What an astonishing thing a book is. It’s a flat object made from a tree with f…
 
It's the second week of Monologue Month, which means Jackson and Jacob are continuing their weekly examinations of one person shows. This week? The Pulitzer Prize-winning play "I Am My Own Wife." Doug Wright's loving portrait of a complicated human being is the stuff of dramatic masterpiece. ------------------------------ Please consider supporting…
 
Mike Kamo is the co-founder and Global CEO of NP Brands. He's currently building a $100 million agency at NPdigital.com. Show Notes: Intro: Arman sets the stage and provides background on Mike, how they met, and the topic of today’s episode. [00:10] Arman and Mike talk about what it takes to build a thriving business in today’s world. [05:56] Mike …
 
Ari Meisel is the best-selling author of The Art of Less Doing and The Replaceable Founder. He is a self-described Overwhelmologist whose insights into personal and professional productivity have earned him the title, “The Guru’s Guru.” You can find Ari on his Less Doing podcast, speaking on international stages, and for those who prefer the writte…
 
It's the first episode of Season 5's Themed Month: Monologue Month. During October, Jackson and Jacob will discuss four one-person shows. This week? That famous ode to the Women's Rights Movement: The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe by Jane Wagner. ------------------------------ Please consider supporting us on Patreon. For as …
 
Charlie Hoehn has one hell of a resume. Currently, he is the head of Multimedia for Scribe Media. He is the author of three books, including Play It Away, which Tony Robbins called the “cure to your stress” and was Tim Ferriss’s first employee and Director of Special Projects. Together, they edited and launched The 4-Hour Body to #1 on the New York…
 
Charles Fuller's script for "A Soldier's Play" was awarded the 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Drama - just the second play by a black playwright to win the award. The story is specific, engrossing, and brilliantly told using devices that play with time and space. Listen in this week as Jackson and Jacob discuss this American masterpiece. -----------------…
 
My thoughts on the Joe Rogan and Spotify situation, what this means for podcasting, and what it means for culture. Show Notes: Intro: Arman sets the stage and provides background on today’s controversial topic about free speech. [00:09] What happens when someone unintentionally spreads something labeled as misinformation? [02:49] Podcasting as a pl…
 
Fox 5 Morning News Anchor Shally Zomorodi has been waking up San Diego for more than a decade. If you ask me, she is one of the most inspiring and positive people I've ever met. She is a shining light in the world of social media and has created a following of raving fans who follow and admire her every move. Versed in international broadcasting as…
 
Two high school students (strangers to each other), a last-minute group project on Walt Whitman, and a mysterious lack of internet access - thus begins Lauren Gunderson's play "I and You." Her knack for compelling, humorous, and personality-driven dialogue fills out the pages of this tight and moving script. Listen in as Jackson and Jacob explore G…
 
Working at the intersection of personal development, service as activism, and art, Mona Green is a life coach defined by her compelling desire to help others self-realize and become more intentional and joyful contributors to society. As a certified Life Coach, ELI-MP, and Neuro-linguistic Programing practitioner she complements her coaching practi…
 
Jonathan Cronstedt, or JCron to those close to him, is a dangerously dedicated executive strategist. When he’s not driving outcomes for industry-leading brands or launching products online, he’s blessed enough to be married to Nicole, enjoys a freezer full of fabulous vodka, and a puppy named Stella. A leader at the executive level in finance, digi…
 
Lauren Yee's play "The Great Leap" is a tribute to her father, known in the neighborhood she grew up in for his basketball skills. Sharply written and highly theatrical, "The Great Leap" delights and surprises Jackson and Jacob this week on No Script. Listen in! ------------------------------ Please consider supporting us on Patreon. For as low as …
 
Garrain Jones dealt with homelessness living out of his car and feeling like he was drowning in misery, as well as being sent to prison. Yet he found a way to turn his life around. His story is a perfect example of how you can go through so many difficult things in life, but that it doesn’t mean you’ll never find success. In a place of difficulty, …
 
Thomas Miller is a world-renowned astrologer who brings 50 years of combined education and broadcast media production and distribution to create life-changing, soul-guiding materials to help people all over the world live the very best life possible. Show Notes: Intro: Arman sets the stage and provides background on Thomas, their friendship, how th…
 
This week on No Script, Jackson and Jacob discuss another play by the American master August Wilson. Wilson's second Pulitzer Prize winner, The Piano Lesson tells the story of how one piano represents a complicated web of family legacy and slavery. Listen in! ------------------------------ Please consider supporting us on Patreon. For as low as $1/…
 
Jackie Knechtel is an executive coach, consultant, behavioral therapist, international speaker, and pioneer in the area of flow. She is the co-founder of the Flow Consciousness Institute which holds cutting edge training, retreats, leads workshops and delivers transformational experiences worldwide. She is also the co-author of the forthcoming book…
 
If you ask me, Stephen Cesaro is a true polymath "alchemist" I'm proud to call a friend. He is a brilliant man with in-depth expertise across a wide array of topics, including politics, economics, tech, and human psychology. The perfect person to grab a glass of wine with and philosophize on just about anything. He is a seeker of truth and does not…
 
A weekend at the family vacation home in Martha's Vineyard... Sounds relaxing, right? But Lydia R. Diamond's play "Stick Fly" imagines the LeVay family (and a few guests) trying to enjoy their weekend at the Vineyard, but finding out that secrets, lies, and high expectations can tend to ruin the relaxation. Listen in this week as Jackson and Jacob …
 
Today we have a very special episode… This is a 30-minute clip of me being interviewed on Intentional Growth (hosted by Ryan Tansom from episode 24). What I share in this clip contains some of my latest insights and is super important right now, so I asked him if I could publish it here. I would love to hear your thoughts on this and hope you enjoy…
 
Raised in the idyllic Archipelago of Sweden, Yohanna Mannelqvist was born a driven career woman earning her first paycheck at the age of 14 and running her own business by the age of 17. She moved to London to study fashion and eventually embraced the fast-paced metropolitan life as a corporate fashion executive with a glamorous lifestyle filled wi…
 
Based loosely on true events, David Henry Hwang's play "Yellow Face" is a comic examination of theatre and identity. This week on No Script, Jackson and Jacob discuss Hwang's use of himself as the play's protagonist, as well as the play's documentary style. ------------------------------ Please consider supporting us on Patreon. For as low as $1/mo…
 
Brad Costanzo is one of the most highly sought business consultants, a serial entrepreneur, and advisor to business owners, executives and a celebrity or two. He has been described as a "powerful catalyst who brings innovation, clarity and brilliance to business challenges." He is the CEO of Costanzo Marketing Group, principle of Costanzo Capital a…
 
Scott Gerber is CEO of The Community Company, an organization that builds and manages community-driven programs for media companies and global brands. He is the founder of YEC, an invitation-only organization for the world’s most successful young entrepreneurs. He is also the founder of Forbes Councils, a collective of invitation-only organizations…
 
This week on No Script, Jackson and Jacob discuss the delightful, evocative "Letters from Cuba" by Maria Irene Fornes. Fornes is a heavily-lauded playwright and director, known for the huge variety of styles and subjects in her work. "Letters from Cuba" is based on letters Fornes received from her own brother. Listen in! ---------------------------…
 
Ashley Hann is a branding and marketing strategist, coach, bestselling author, speaker and mission-driven entrepreneur. She first entered the online space in 2012 as Marketing Director for an ABC Shark Tank company, where she was helped drive 500% company growth within the first year, landing it as the #1 Fastest Growing Private Company in San Dieg…
 
Mike Koenigs has a passion for turning business owners into Transformational Business Celebrity Influencers. He’s helped over 55,000 clients get attention, multiply their revenue, amplify, create awareness, become a bestselling author, speaker, influencer & media masters who get & command attention. He has interviewed, consulted & advised celebrity…
 
Lyrical and poignant, Suzan-Lori Parks' play Father Comes Home From the Wars is a loosely adapted telling of The Odyssey set during the American Civil War. She imagines Hero, an enslaved man who is asked to follow his white captor into battle - fighting on the side of the rebel South. If he chooses to go, Hero will have to leave behind his beloved …
 
Francis is the founder of Invisible, an extremely innovative technology startup that provides "worksharing" as a service, blending outsourcing and automation, so your company or team can efficiently run any business process. Growing up in a family with immigrant roots instilled in him a profound appreciation for the freedom and opportunity we all h…
 
Ryan Tansom, the podcast host of “Intentional Growth,” is a keynote speaker, investor, and the co-founder of Arkona and the GEXP Collaborative. After turning around his family’s business, Ryan helped to sell it along with his father for over 8-figures in 2014. During this exit process, he learned a ton after making mistakes that left millions of do…
 
Nowadays, if you say "Lin-Manuel Miranda" in any public space, people will start gushing about the hit musical Hamilton. But before Hamilton was the culturally ubiquitous icon that it is, Miranda was well known for another genre-busting musical called In the Heights. Soon to be a major motion picture, In the Heights is an incredible portrait of the…
 
John Assaraf has built 5 multimillion-dollar companies, written 2 New York Times bestselling books, and was featured as an expert in 8 movies including The Secret, which he helped launch into a worldwide phenomenon. He is an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a business growth expert, and one of the leading authorities on neuroscience. Show Notes: Int…
 
Trail runner, ultramarathoner & explorer, Christina Vincent can be found logging well over 100 miles a week where the pavement ends and the dirt path begins. It is her daily prayer in motion, an adventurous celebration for a life that was nearly taken too soon. At the age of 32, she was diagnosed with Psuedomyxoma Peritonei (PMP), a rare abdominope…
 
The collapse of Detroit is a narrative that is still embedded in the American psyche. Playwright Dominique Morisseau, a Dertroit native, has written a three play cycle called The Detroit Projects which chronicles three different Detroits across time. Listen in to this week's episode of No Script to hear Jackson and Jacob discuss the third play in t…
 
With a passion for entrepreneurship and people, Nathan Chan created Foundr, a global media, and education company that produces magazines, and online courses for entrepreneurs. Millions of people consume Foundr’s content every month, and their magazine covers have been blessed by the likes of Richard Branson, Arianna Huffington, Mark Cuban, Tim Fer…
 
Bridget Freihart is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on the role of relationships in sexual and reproductive health, with a specific emphasis on physiological attunement and covariation as a marker of sexual satisfaction. Relatedly, her work also centers on developing rigorous psyc…
 
When the Blake family decides to hold their Thanksgiving in a mostly empty, slightly spooky two-floor apartment in Manhattan, deeply held secrets and insecurities boil to the surface. Stephen Karam's "The Humans" is an empathetic look at this family and their individual and corporate joy and pain. Listen in this week as Jackson and Jacob discuss ho…
 
Beckett is a personality type expert with a focus on Carl Jung’s cognitive function theory. With 12+ years of study and independent research, he’s created assessments that have been taken by over half a million people, including Project EVO’s Brain Type Assessment™ and Elements Assessment™. He’s currently studying to be a senior-level software engi…
 
Justin Levine is a compassionate leader inspired to help people achieve success, freedom, and happiness. He co-founded Motiv31 Media Brands in 2016 comprised of two popular history sites, HistoryDaily.org and GroovyHistory.com. Alongside his best friend, Justin has fully bootstrapped his company from $0 to over $10 million in yearly revenue. He ove…
 
A classic comedy if there ever was one, Noel Coward's "Private Lives" has been a staple of the stage for years and years and years. This week on No Script, Jackson and Jacob wrestle with the play's complexities and its future. ------------------------------ Please consider supporting us on Patreon. For as low as $1/month, you can help to ensure the…
 
Welcome to my first ever episode of Tipsy Talk! Today I'm sipping and chatting with Eric Johanson and Nick Urbani (episode 2). Show Notes: Intro: Arman sets the stage for Tipsy Talk, how it came about and the two special guests who are joining today’s special episode. [00:13] Where the saying cheers originated from. [02:55] Was there more free spee…
 
David Grega is a combat veteran who’s served in the Iraq War, a renowned winemaker, and a holistic nutrition expert who embodies a healthy form of modern masculinity. Show Notes: Intro: Arman sets the stage and provides background on David and their friendship. [00:24] David talks about discovery through learning, listening and meeting people. [06:…
 
For a long time, Jackson and Jacob have been planning to talk about Fairview by Jackie Sibblies Drury as the first episode of Season Five. In the wake of the murder of George Floyd, America is finally facing a racial reckoning which makes the discussion of plays like Fairview all the more important. ... But, it is not lost on the boys of No Script …
 
Show Notes: Intro: Arman sets the stage and provides background on Dmitriy, Influex, and some context on today’s episode. [00:16] The pragmatic value of integrity. [6:16] Identifying Truth in the moment. [10:57] Factoring in consequences and the ripple effect of honoring your truth. [16:09] Dmitry shares how he first ventured down the rabbit hole o…
 
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