Adam is joined by world-renowned chef, Matthew Kenney, to talk about his plant-based restaurants, business and his vegan lifestyle. They explore the evolution of vegans and much more normal they have become. Matthew shares the benefits of a plant-based diet and he takes us into his world of creating the same foods everyone else enjoys by way of plants. Matthew Kenney's plant-based meals, "Plant Made", can be purchased on Amazon.
Today, Adam is joined by Marine and former MMA Fighter, Chad Robichaux. He shares what it was like growing up in Louisiana, getting started with the Marines and how he battled PTSD before creating his foundation, the Mighty Oaks Program. They also talk about the mental preparedness that goes into being a mixed martial arts fighter. The foundation can be found at mightyoaksprograms.org and Chad's new book, "An Unfair Advantage: Victory in the Midst of Battle" is available now.
Today, Adam sits down with writer and fellow PragerU presenter, Chloé Valdary. They speak about the need for change in laws, the loss of competition in schools and how situations can be perceived as racist. Plus, Chloe shares how she came up with her program, The Theory of Enchantment, and Adam shares his relationship with stoicism. Chloe can be found on her website, theoryofenchantment.com
Today, Adam sits down with New York Times bestselling author Anna David to talk about her extensive career as a publisher and writer. Anna shares her sobriety story and they talk about other forms of addiction, as well as various ways to stay clean. Anna David's new book "Make Your Mess Your Memoir" is available for preorder now on Amazon and is set to release on July 15th
Today, Adam sits down with retired Marine and ex firefighter & police officer, Travis Howze, to talk about his comedy career, the incident that took 9 of his fellow firefighters, suffering with PTSD, and they talk about what it must be like being a cop in today's world.Travis Howze's new book "Create Your Own Light: Finding Post Traumatic Purpose" is available now on Amazon.
Adam's 'Ace on the House' co-host and former People Magazine’s “Sexiest Men Alive" Eric Stromer joins Adam this week to talk about his journey from Soap Opera dolphin shorts lothario to where he is today.
Adam sits down with retired baseball player and 2 time World Series champ, Aubrey Huff of the San Francisco Giants. They talk about their childhoods and how people expected them to have 'white privilege' growing up when in fact they didn't have the typical upbringing. Aubrey shares the story of his father's death and how it impacted his life, then how he went on to baseball success. Plus, Adam shares his thoughts on today's society and how we've sped up the 50 years he expected us to all be chicks. Off the Cuff with Aubrey Huff is available now on Apple Podcasts.
Today, Adam sits down with Vietnam veteran and author, Marvin J. Wolf, who tells us about his time in the service during the Vietnam war and how he combined being a combat photographer with his writing to become a successful author and journalist. Marvin also shares the story of one of the featured veterans in his new book, Oliver Stone. "They Were Soldiers: The Sacrifices and Contributions of Our Vietnam Veterans" is available now on Amazon.
Today, Adam sits down with singer and songwriter, Erika Ender to talk about her multicultural upbringing, what life was like in Panama and they share their similar hair stories from their childhoods. They both agree on their views about the clashes of egos and Erika shares a positive tip on returning to a happy life each day. Erika Ender's new single "Back to Basics" is out now
Paul Feig returns to Take A Knee five years later! The guys talk about the frenzy of trying to capture ideas all the time, and always having a fire in your belly. They also discuss the creative process of taking a film from casting to final editing, and the relationship between the filmmakers and the audience. Later they share their list of favorite Woody Allen movies, and go on to chat about what happens when your films unintentionally polarize people. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about bullying, religion, and trying to bring joy and comedy to a sad and polarized world.
Adam is joined by 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' co-creator, Mark Victor Hansen and his wife Crystal Dwyer Hansen, to talk about the newest book they've written together. They talk about the power of asking and how we all need to steer away from the fear of looking uneducated or misinformed and instead look at asking as an opportunity to grow. Mark also shares the journey behind the creation and pitching of Chicken Soup and how he ended up reaching an audience he had not originally anticipated. They talk about doing your best work and doing it on a consistent basis as well as well as viewing the boss taking the time to talk with you as a way to help, not hurt, you. Mark and Crystal's book 'Ask! The Bridge From Your Dreams to your Destiny' is available April 28th.
On today's show, Adam sits down with CEO and co-founder of Final Straw, Emma Rose Cohen to talk about recycling, reusing and reducing waste and how she's helping the environment with the introduction of the Final Straw. Emma shares how the idea came about and shares insight on her latest Kickstarter, the Final Wipe, reusable sanitizing wipes perfect for the current pandemic. They share their hate of waste and how the world is shifting towards reusable items. Adam also shares his views on self-cleanliness and how this virus is affecting today's society when it comes to keeping everyday things clean. We also get a sneak peek into her latest addition, the Final Fork. Learn more about Final products are available at Final.co