Mark Thompson from the infamous Mark & Brian radio show in Los Angeles joins Adam for this week's episode of Take A Knee. Adam and Mark open the show riffing on the influence radio's had on our culture throughout the past 3 decades. Then Adam asks Mark about how he got his start in radio, and the inception of the Mark & Brian Show. This leads into Mark’s years on the show and it's amazingly sudden rise in popularity. After that, Mark dishes out his advice on how to ignore ratings and focus solely on making the show content the best it can be. Before they wrap, Adam talks to Mark about entertainer teams and how those relationships can get tough when working together so often.
Comedian Kyle Cease joins Adam for this week’s Take A Knee for a conversation about how one gets into comedy and then expands their business to stay active in the business. As the conversation goes on Adam tells Kyle about his theory on how things get done, especially when it comes to people asking him how he accomplishes things. As they continue, Adam and Kyle discuss the difference between happiness and contentment, and how the latter should ultimately be what one should strive for.
Entrepreneur, Angel Investor and former trader at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Jeff Carter joins Adam for a discussion about his history in business as well as his views on things to come in both the American economy and society at large. Adam and Jeff discuss the realities of corporations, what their ultimate goals are and how that may not be so socially acceptable to those who may want corporations to act more like people.