A weekly inspirational and motivation podcast in which Adam Carolla interviews executives, inventors, authors and others pioneers and leaders in their respective fields about how they achieved success and how you can too.
Today on the show, Jordan Taylor Wright joins the show! Jordan and Ace chat about Jordan's early life and what growing up in a divorced home does to your future. Ace and Jordan then chat about what it takes to circumvent the gatekeepers of Hollywood to make the projects you're passionate about.
Dr. Stephen Meyer joins Adam for this week's Take A Knee as they explore Dr. Meyer's work in the field of intelligent design. Adam and Dr. Meyer use several different lenses in an attempt to frame the topic in a way that those who dismiss it as pseudoscientific are able to see that the reason many think that way is contributed to as a fear of Darwinism breaking down and resultantly setting back work that people view as established fact.
Ace is joined by digital marketing strategist Phillip Stutts to talk about how the marketing landscape has changed and why coming from a world of politics improves your drive in digital marketing. Ace and Phillip then talk about the percentage of voters who can actually be swayed. Phillip then talks to Ace about his esophageal disease, how he lives day to day and why he wouldn't go back and change his life in any way.
Twenty-seven year old restauranteur, Jeremy Fall joins the show to talk about the culinary landscape in Los Angeles. Adam and Jeremy start with Jeremy's upbringing in his mother's cafe and how that taught him how to "work." Jeremy then talks about the difficulty running a restaurant and why having a team of people who truly care about the customer is his greatest asset.
Loveline favorite and former drummer of Goldfinger, Darrin Pfeiffer joins Ace today to chat about the hey day of rock and roll. From trashing the Sex Pistols dressing room to infighting with band mates they cover it all. Plus Ace and Darrin talk about why it's important to look to the future and realize that nothing lasts forever.