Have you ever wanted something really badly, but couldn't figure out how to get it? On this episode of Sh*t we discuss how to manifest something by actually working towards it. Just dreaming about it isn't enough...you actually have to get out there and make it happen! We also learn about a cool coat-hanger trick that sounds insane.
Wanna have a baby? YouTubers Anthony & Christina Ma from JKFilms tell us all about having a baby and the effects it has on your life. Is a newborn's smile worth giving up your crazy life of partying? Listen to find out! Also, tune in to hear Steve call a friends' baby ugly.
We are joined in the studio this week by actor and comedian Lee Newton! This episode is all about learning how to appreciate your flaws and realizing they make you YOU! We cover everything from heart defects to teenage acne to Steve's super weird food-truck concept.
We are joined in the studio this week by "Influencer of Influencers" Rachel McCord and her husband, viral marketing genius Rick Schirmer! Rachel is an investor/judge on "Elevator Pitch" and star/producer of "Slay with Rachel McCord" on Focus TV. Rick, on the other hand, is a viral marketing pioneer and the Founder/CEO at ViralBrand Agency / LaunchPreneur, Inc. If you've ever wanted to learn how to "slay the fame game" and build a brand, this episode is for you.
We are joined in the studio this week by writer, director, producer, and co-founder of Maker Studios Michael Gallagher! We talk about the origins of Maker Studios, what it takes to get a feature film made, and the exact amount of soul you must sell in order to make it in Hollywood.
We are joined in the studio this week by author and certified Sexologist Shan Boody! That's right. Shan actually went to school to learn about every single type of sex you can possibly conceive of. So if you think you're a freak, or you aspire to higher levels of freakness, this episode is for you.
A lot of people want to be rockstars. Well, this week we talked to Alex Dezen and Amber Bollinger of indie rock band "Broken Baby" about the reality of being a band in today's music industry. Come for Steve's impression of a Journey fan, stay for Alex's story of being a child actor with a mohawk. To hear more from Broken Baby, visit: www.brokenbabybaby.com or https://brokenbaby.bandcamp.com/ Broken Baby's new album is OUT NOW!
Today we are joined in the studio by the internet's most famous Tipsy Bartender, Skyy John! We discuss those times in life when things just aren't going well and it's time to make an adjustment. Come for the tale of working on a fishing boat in the Bahamas, stay for the crazy story about editing a YouTube video after slashing his leg with a machete.
We talked to Julia Chow this week about college. College isn't for everyone, but even if it is for you, picking "a good one" can be very stressful. Other people can be judgy about which college you go to. We talk about how much all that actually matters in the real world (at least through our experiences).
A lot of YouTubers seem to be making videos lately about "burnout", and it's probably not just something happening on the platform, but a more widespread problem across all industries. We talk to fellow YouTuber, podcast host, and filmmaker, Motoki Maxted about why he left YouTube for a while, and why so many others feel like quitting too. You can check out Motoki's podcast, "Exposed" here: http://bit.ly/ExposedCB
We think A.I. is scary as hell. That being said, Taryn Southern talked to us in-depth about artificial intelligence, some of the advancements they're making in creative fields, and cool possibilities for the future. Maybe the robots won't kill us after all!
Nikki and Steve travel to the great white north to host a live podcast at the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, Canada! They are joined by comedian/host/writer Matt Richards, one of JFL's "New Faces of Comedy" and host of IQ Trivia. Come for the witty banter, stay for the odd conversation about iowaska with a Canadian audience member.
Okay, so for some of you this might not be new information, but having just bought a house, we feel like we wish we had known exactly where to start and what steps to take. Why don't they teach us any of this?! Why are we just expected to KNOW?
We have our oldest (and wisest?) friend, and fellow comedian and host of the podcast "Friends Without Benefits", join us to discuss getting old. Things we hate, things we love, and things we've yet to experience. Yay.
We move past the first level of adulthood (moving out of your parents’ house, paying rent, getting a job), and talk to Bart and Geo from JK Films about what we can expect from the next phase. They talk all about marriage, becoming new parents, buying a house, and trying to balance life and work. Ugh!
We got to talk to the Anxiety Queen herself today on this week's episode! Kelsey Darragh shares her insights on how anxiety has cost her jobs in the past, what she learned from it, and how she functions with it (and thrives!) today.
Everyone tells you to "follow your dreams" when you're a kid, but what they don't tell you is the REALITY of doing it. We talk to singer/musician Madilyn Bailey today, about her journey from a small town of less than 1000 people to releasing a hit single and making national TV appearances.
This week we talk about all the haterz out there with Christine Sydelko, host of the "Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko" podcast. We try to get analytical about the psychology behind hate, but also we just really want to vent about it. To listen to the "Don't Mess" podcast, here are links: Link to Apple: http://bit.ly/DMCSPA Link to CastBox: http://bit.ly/DontMCB