I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Chad Evans, owner of Stone State Entertainment.
For those of you who do not know Chad, he's achieved a bit of fame across Central Pennsylvania through his days on the radio.
About a year and a half ago, he traded in the corporate life to be his own boss. In this episode, we discuss his journey both in and out of radio and what's it's been like to grow his own brand.
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'Tis the season for shopping and gifts galore! Whatever you do, do not act like the people described in this episode. Remember to extend grace to everyone you encounter, and never forget the true reason for the season.
*Full disclosure - the audio quality at the beginning of this episode is not the best. Not sure what went on with the phone call, but it clears up in the middle. Sorry in advance! But I thought this guest had a great message and decided to post anyway.
This episode features a woman I went to high school with in Easton, Pennsylvania. Since then, she's moved to Pittsburgh, Arizona and now California.
We caught up on where life has taken both of us and the fact that, even though we are...
Did you know that November is National Adoption Month?
I learned a TON during this episode about the entire process surrounding adoption - all from someone who recently adopted their child.
From how to choose the right type of adoption, to costs, questions and all the emotions in between. This is a must listen for everyone - whether you are thinking about adoption or not.
#adoptionislove #adoptionisfamily #nationaladoptionmonth #lovemakesafamily #adoptiontriad...
Most people have a #SideHustle. It’s not their 9am to 5 pm but, instead, their 5pm to 9pm.
Mike and I dive into commentary on a recent Wall Street journal article that covered the phenomenon and raised some interesting points.
At the end of the day, it’s not about the main hustle or the side hustle - it’s just plain hustle that truly counts.
All too often people are paralyzed at the thought of large, wholesale change. It doesn’t matter if it is related to work or personal life, the unknown throws up red flags. Not for Jessica. She picked up and moved from New Jersey to North Carolina and we talk about her journey of figuring it all out.
This episode marks a milestone in the 'Relish The Journey' project - the first guest whom I have never met!
The goal has always been to shine a light on the stories that every person has to share and how the lessons they have learned can teach something to all of us. To me, this episode was reassuring because the idea held up with someone outside of my circle of family and friends.
Jay Velar is one interesting dude. Referred to me by Michael Tonart (Episode 3's star), Jay is a well-known...
In a previous episode I spoke to my wife Claire about what it was like to be pregnant after she had already given birth to our son. In this episode, my cousin Megan and I dive into the topic while she is in the midst of the same miraculous experience.
Meet Meredith Seville, one of my sister’s best friends. We discuss, in depth, stigmas surrounding mental illness and her own battles with anxiety. Ultimately, she encourages us all to be our own authentic selves. Can’t argue with that!
A few weeks ago my 8 month old had his first trip to the Emergency Room. The trip resonated with me for many reasons - mainly how blessed my family is that he’s not normally a sick kid and we don’t have to spend much time there. That’s not the case for some people. Shoutout to the men and women in healthcare who watch our backs and all the other supporting roles responsible for picking us up when we’re down.
This episode features the one and only David Zablocki - one of Myles’ college friends, fraternity brother and former swimming teammate. These days, Dave spends his time building his business - BloomBox.
BloomBox hand-delivers locally grown, high quality flowers, herbs, shrubs, indoor plants and gardening supplies right to your door within 3 days of ordering. Visit them online at www.getblooming.com.
From planting mangroves in the Dominican Republic, studying for the LSATs and planning a wedding, Taylor and I dive into some deep “life” conversations and ultimately realize that life is all about the family you choose.
From wrestling to jiu-jitsu and MMA competitions, Terrell Nixon is a true Warrior. We discuss how his experiences fighting can apply to all sorts of other situations in life and, of course, have fun sharing some memories from along the journey.
Does anyone really like buying a car? Does anyone else get sad when they have to say goodbye to their car? I hate buying cars. The whole experience. And I get oddly attached to vehicles. This episode is me ranting about all of the above - enjoy the colorful commentary on my life! - Myles