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.
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.
Today, Ace sits down with the Political Cowboy himself, Mr. Chad Prather. The conversation kicks off, reminiscing about the first time Adam heard about Chad on The Adam Carolla show. Chad's video about a woman being offended by cotton decorations at a hobby lobby made it into Gina's news section. That leads the two into a broader discussion about the root cause of the offense being taken in this country and what happens when you run out of problems.
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.
Pete Segal, director of Tommy Boy, Anger Management, 50 First Dates, and Naked Gun 33 1/3 joins the show to talk about his career in Hollywood. Adam and Pete talk about the early stages of Pete's journey at USC and his first attempts at making a comedy. They then talk about Pete's interaction with George Lucas and what he learned from him. Turns out, it's important to remain competitive throughout your entire life.
CEO of Allison Maslan International and Pinnacle Global, Allison Maslan joins the show to talk about her new book, Scale or Fail. Adam and Allison discuss the importance of scaling a business and not falling into a trap of complacency early on with a startup. They then talk about the entrepreneurial spirit and how we can teach it in school. Finally they discuss Allison's favorite hobby, trapeze and how it relates to business.