Why I love Joe

I’d rather be the guy who people look to and say, “how the hell did this idiot get so successful?” The brightest example of this is Joe Rogan. A lot of people scorn Joe Rogan. I get it. He’s an idiot. And he’s successful. Put two and two together and you get what drives many … Continue reading Why I love Joe

The best way to start a podcast in 2022:

is to stop thinking about how to start a podcast. The tech stuff is easy. If you can download an image off the internet, you have technical chops to start a podcast. Buy a microphone, find someone to talk to or talk by yourself. Hire an editor if you don’t have time to edit. Upload … Continue reading The best way to start a podcast in 2022:

Clo S: Social Media Addiction, Digital Mindfulness, and The Cozy Web | Penguin Latte Podcast #86

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube Clo S. is the founder of This Too Shall Grow, a one-person UX design studio and coaching practice to help technologists build digital products that help to improve people's mental health and wellness. In this episode we discuss best digital mindfulness practices, the impact of social media on … Continue reading Clo S: Social Media Addiction, Digital Mindfulness, and The Cozy Web | Penguin Latte Podcast #86

Dejen Tesfagiorgis: Comedy, Race, and Freestyle Rap | The Penguin Latte Podcast #83

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube Dejen (Pronounced Cajun with a D) Tesfagiorgis (@Dejen45) is a super cool comedian, comedy sketch writer, jazz saxophonist, and former entrepreneur from New York, New York. He runs the Deja Deja Comedy YouTube channel, featuring sketches on Black music, tech companies, and code switching. Their video Niggardly: Free … Continue reading Dejen Tesfagiorgis: Comedy, Race, and Freestyle Rap | The Penguin Latte Podcast #83

82: David MacIver – The Self, The Persona, The Social Media | The Penguin Latte Podcast

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube David R. MacIver is the author of Overthinking Everything, a Substack newsletter covering the ludicrously difficult arts of decision making and being human. In this conversation discuss the psychology of Twitter alts and anonymity, losing and finding one's Self on social media, the joys of self-inflicted public embarrassment, … Continue reading 82: David MacIver – The Self, The Persona, The Social Media | The Penguin Latte Podcast

#80: Jake Orthwein – Fantasy Politics, Film, and Nihilism

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube Jake Orthwein (@JakeOrthwein) is the creator of Frame Problems, a YouTube video essay channel covering philosophy, politics, art, science, and culture. Jake is currently working on Part 3 of a series titled How Politics Became Pro Wrestling, which explores Eric Weinstein's ideas on American political discourse and economic … Continue reading #80: Jake Orthwein – Fantasy Politics, Film, and Nihilism

The Penguin Latte Podcast 75: Big Tech, Big Bitcoin, Big Censorship, Big EVERYTHING with Will Steiner

Will Steiner is the CEO of Big Later, a company doing what public education has failed to do for centuries: teach kids about personal finance. In this conversation we discuss why we're not teaching kids about personal finance, the failing education system, history, Big Tech Censorship and why it stinks, bitcoin, literature, online courses, networking, … Continue reading The Penguin Latte Podcast 75: Big Tech, Big Bitcoin, Big Censorship, Big EVERYTHING with Will Steiner

Paul Millerd: Freedom and Freelancing — The Penguin Latte Podcast #70

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube Paul Millerd lives life on the fringe. Like many who I feature on this podcast, he wears many hats: entrepreneur, author, freelancer, consultant, teacher, world-traveler. His work centers around helping clients cut the bullshit out of their work so they can live their life on their terms. In … Continue reading Paul Millerd: Freedom and Freelancing — The Penguin Latte Podcast #70

Demystifying Therapy, Behavior Change, and Happiness with Psychologist Corey Wilks (#67)

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube Corey Wilks earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Marshall University. He later held a private clinical practice with Cabin Creek Health Systems. Today Corey applies the wisdom he learned from his therapeutic practices by coaching entrepreneurs on how to live a life of intention. What fascinates me … Continue reading Demystifying Therapy, Behavior Change, and Happiness with Psychologist Corey Wilks (#67)

Creator Cabins: Meeting your Internet Friends IRL with Jonathan Hillis (#64)

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube The things that are hardest are the things worth tryingJONATHAN HILLIS Jonathan Hillis is an entrepreneur, investor, and blogger. Currently he's building Creator Cabins - an IRL community (aka 'meatspace') in Austin for digital creators. In this episode we discuss the different creator economies, why Jonathan is building … Continue reading Creator Cabins: Meeting your Internet Friends IRL with Jonathan Hillis (#64)