This week, Adam is joined by actor, filmmaker and retired Navy SEAL, Remi Adeleke. Remi begins by sharing his story of going from a wealthy family in Nigeria, losing it all, and moving to the Bronx, New York. He also shares his vigorous training with the SEALs, which in turn Adam explores how more people should take chances, challenging themselves even if they're body is telling them otherwise, and how it affects their lives in the long run. Plus, Remi shares the underground, and dangerous world of human trafficking, what's happening and the importance of raising awareness. Remi's film on the subject, and based on true events, 'The Unexpected' can be found on YouTube.
This week, Adam is joined by Country music songwriter, J.T. Harding. They kick off the show by sharing their paths, struggles, and experiences of making it in the entertainment industry. They also dissect the process of being a songwriter, meeting his biological parents and finding out his father was 'Cheers' actor and comedian, Jay Thomas. J.T.'s book, "Party Like a Rockstar: The Crazy, Coincidental, Hard-Luck, and Harmonious Life of a Songwriter" is available now on Amazon and everywhere you find finer books.
This week, Adam is joined by retired Navy SEAL, Jimmy Watson. After they dive into his first mission as a Marine and the injury he forced him out, Jimmy share the story of meeting and becoming the head of security for millionaire, and software mogul, John McAfee. After Adam recounts his own interview with John a year before his death, Jimmy share their relationship, business and life abroad. The non-profit organization, Operation Restored Warrior, can be found via their website, OperationRestoredWarrior.org.
This week, Adam is joined by Vishen, founder and CEO of the world’s leading personal growth platform, Mindvalley. They begin the show by dissecting the Man Show, the importance napping, the connection between sleep and obesity, and the evolution of society based on time periods. They then move onto hygiene, the obsession with cleanliness, and the dangers of air fresheners. Vishen's new book " The Six Phase Meditation Method" is available now wherever you find finer books.
This week, Adam is joined by John and Chelsea Jubilee. They are experts on the science of 'Inner Cellular Hydration', they explain how one can obtain healthy cells, the importance of staying hydrated and the right kind of water we should drink. They dissect the changes in water over the years, the increase of obesity in the nation, and society's growing need for medication. The program, the 88 day Energized Health Cellular Transformation Experience, can be found via their website, EnergizedHealth.com, and get a free consultation today.
This week, Adam welcomes back tech, media, and business attorney, Matt Bilinsky. This time, Matt shares how he became involved in the entertainment industry, his transition into the tech world, and getting start-ups on the path to success. They discuss the influence of social media, politics, and pandemic misinformation. Matt can be heard on his podcast, 'The Prevailing Narrative with Matt Bilinsky' is available everywhere you listen to podcasts.
This week, Adam is joined by endurance athlete and world record explorer, Colin O'Brady. Colin shares his feat in Antarctica, becoming the first person to walk across the isolate continent. He also shares his new mission to get people out into the world and walk, to which Adam shares his own thoughts on the importance of throwing on some headphones and going for a walk. Colin's new book, 'The 12-Hour Walk: Invest One Day, Conquer Your Mind, and Unlock Your Best Life' is available now on Amazon and everywhere you find finer books.
This week, Adam is joined, from across the pond, by entrepreneur and flight media mogul, Simon Leslie. Simon is best known for being the co-founder of Ink Global, the world’s largest brands advertise across hundreds of airlines and airports around the world, and Adam dives into all of his other accomplishments as well, from running marathons to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with his colleagues. Simon shares how the pandemic affected the company and how he was able to bring it out of the ashes into an even better brand. Simon's newest book 'Equanimity: The Diary of a CEO in Crisis' is available now on Audible and Amazon.
Today, Adam is joined by aurora and MIT professor of philosophy, Kieran Setiya. They dive right into a melting pot of subjects from exception versus reality, the dangers of letting your mind drift and defining youthful ambition. Plus, they dissect the mechanical to digital drift happening today. Kieran's new book, "Life is Hard: How Philosophy Can Help Us Find Our Way" is available now on Amazon, and wherever you find finer books.
This week, Adam is joined by best-selling author and licensed therapist, John Kim. John is best known online as 'The Angry Therapist'; he shares his story from blogging his journey through a messy divorce to gaining a large amount of followers on the web, and he explains his unconventional way of therapy. Plus, Adam shares his theory on the future, and divide of society, figuring out family, and how to build a support system versus the new norm of victimization. John Kim's new book "It's Not Me, It's You: Break the Blame Cycle, Relationship Better" is available now on Amazon and wherever you find finer books.
This week, Adam is joined by retired detective, Paul Holes. Paul is best known for being the investigator working alongside Michelle McNamara in the capture of one of California's most notorious serial killers, the Golden State Killer. They take a deep dive into cold cases, the mind of a serial killer, and what led to the capture of the elusive predator. Paul's new book, 'Unmasked: My Life Solving America's Cold Cases' is available now at all major bookstores, and on Amazon.
Today, Uldouz Wallace joins Adam in studio. Uldouz is an actress and sketch comedy writer who was a victim, and survivor, of the infamous '2014 iCloud hack', which has turned her into a voice for those who suffer from 'cyber abuse'. Adam delves into her early life going from Sweden to America, she shares her time in modeling, and how she got her start in the comedy world. You can help Uldouz's, and support her cause, by signing the petition to change our laws against hackers at ProtectAmericasDaughters.com and check out 'The Uldouz Show' available everywhere you listen to podcasts & on YouTube.
Adam and Kareem kick off the episode by chatting about the style of play that attracted Kareem to UCLA. They then chat about Kareem's thirst for intellectualism which was equally as important in deciding where to go to school. Kareem and Adam then talk about the unconscious shift in Kareem's life towards Islam and how he was recruited by the Muslim Brotherhood. They finally cover why we need wisdom more than ever now.
The Mamba himself, Kobe Bryant joins the show to talk to Adam about his life after the NBA and his new kids podcast 'The Punies'. Kobe talks to Adam about his media company which produced the Academy Award winning 'Dear Basketball', and his new podcast 'The Punies', which highlights the lessons that kids can learn through sports. Adam then asks Kobe about what it was like growing up and how he overcame poor performance early on in his career. Adam then asks Kobe his daily regimen... turns out he still wakes up at an ungodly hour to work out.
Today, Adam sits down with mental health advocate and public speaker, Kevin Hines. You may remember Kevin from his story told on the documentary, The Bridge. He retells his suicide attempt off of the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, how he survived, and the journey it has taken him on. They discuss mental health awareness, it's importance today especially with those who hide it well, and how to incorporate exercise and nutrition versus medication. Kevin's new documentary, 'Stay Alive' is available now on Amazon.