The act of collecting is evidently about seeking out and contacting those with autographs or cards that you’re missing or desire, and so the stories behind the process and indeed the subsequent state of many of the autographs, is what helps give the show entertainment value. Undeniably one of a kind right now, an interesting show to listen in on.
“You have to suck at something before you can be good at it. River of Suck is real-talk about struggles with confidence, self-doubt and becoming the youest you. Host Andy Reiner and guests ranging from musicians to scientists parse tough questions about maintaining a healthy attitude in the face of impossible obstacles to the tune of bespoke music.”
Despite the seemingly niche nature of the show, it’s actually incredibly relevant and widely accessible to anyone with an interest in bettering their work situation, their family life, or taking the plunge and building something from scratch that officially lines up with their dreams and ambitions.
Expect entertainment, openness, and more than a few pearls of wisdom along the way. The host’s intrigue and his authentic interest and questions help open the floor to some brilliantly insightful discussions.
If you’re attempting to break free of corporate clutches and go your own way, Blueprint Of A Side Hustler will help make you feel less alone on that journey – as well as providing actionable advice that’s likely to get things moving along a little more effectively.
The Health & Wellness Connection makes for an educational podcast that’s incredibly informative but also widely relatable, leading with an articulate and knowledgeable approach, taking otherwise complex and somewhat overwhelming statistics and presenting them in a much simpler, clearer fashion.
Vegas for so many is a place of high energy and fun – a weekend away, a big event, somewhere you can go to and be someone new or relinquish control for a while. For those who spend their days serving and seeing all of this debauchery take place though, that can be a whole other story. Enter Jimmy, the Las Vegas Grumpy Dealer.
Guests share their difficulties, their vulnerabilities, and their strengths, and this authenticity is invaluable and often incredibly comforting to listen to. Moments of hardship are contrasted with instances of humour and heartfelt tales, all of which ties together really well within the walls of each episode.
The show feels like spending time with friends – talking movies, TV, declaring writing mishaps & how things could have been. An easy backdrop to your day, or an added hit of escapism when you’re short of people to rant or rave about the latest releases with.
Don’t let the stress of closing overwhelm you – take a little time to listen through the show; let Dwan guide you through the process in a professional and relevant manner, whilst still keeping the mood light and entertaining at every step.
Leading with some of the best music out there and a gathering of quickly likable, energetic personalities, Tha G Podcast is a show that makes no apologies for being real, and proceeds to entertain just as much as the bigger productions out there.
While there’s a definite backbone of sport and Jiu-Jitsu to much of the show, at no point does this become anything less than a bridge between those who simply wish to discuss the deeply human trials and tribulations we all seem to go through.