Coach Mike Bayer stops by the show today to talk about your Best Self. He and Adam talk about how Dr. Phil changed Mike’s life and Mike administers the anti vs best self test on Adam.
You know him best from the commercials for his wildly popular 'My Pillow' product but you probably don't know the story behind the man. Mike Lindell joins Adam as they talk about his journey from crack addict to corporate CEO and everything he experienced along the way.
Tobias Queisser joins the show today to talk about his new company Cinelytic and how he and his team are attempting to change to the business side of the film. Tobias and Adam talk about his days growing up in Germany and why risk aversion is so prevalent in his own country. They then discuss the requirement to risk everything in order to innovate, something that the entertainment industry seems hesitant to do.
Justin Freer, composer extraordinaire joins the show to talk about his upcoming live 'Rudy' concert. Justin talks about the beginning of his company Cineconcerts which feature live orchestras for screenings of films and what it takes to become a professional composer. Adam and Justin then talk about how practicing an instrument can apply to other disciplines.
Acclaimed director Michael Mann and investigative journalist Elaine Shannon join the show today to talk about Hunting Leroux. Michael and Adam talk about his early films and are then joined by Elaine to discuss her new book and the new world of underground crime.
Adam turns to the listener on today's episode of Take a Knee as he opens up the phone lines to the listeners and answers questions on a variety of topics from how to get into stand up comedy, dealing with divorce and not negotiating with yourself.
Daniel Buzzaboo Two Sheets Kellison joins the show today to talk about he and Adam's long career together. Daniel gets into his childhood in Vermont and how an acid trip landed him at The Tonight Show with David Letterman, They then talk about the early days at the Man Show and how Daniel could have done better as Adam's producer.
Steven Barber joins the show to talk about his new documentary, The World’s Most Dangerous Paper Route. He and Adam talk about his past documentaries and his trips to the Pacific theater. They then talk about the hustle required to make it in entertainment.
Adam opens the show praising Dennis Prager for his wisdom and integrity. The guys have an in depth conversation about the fundamentals of human nature, and recognizing evil in all forms. They also discus how to achieve being able to do whatever you want, and Prager's time in the Soviet Union. In the last part of the show, Adam and Dennis chat about respecting people equally regardless of race, and the words that changed Dennis' life forever.