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.
Stone Brewing's Greg Koch joins the show to talk about the new partnership with Metallica's Lars Ulrich. He and Adam talk about the dominance of the Big Beer industry and when people first got their first taste of actual beer. Adam and Greg then talk about the beginning of Stone Island and the loan that Greg paid his father back plus more AND they talk a little Peter Gabriel.
Beth Comstock joins the show today to talk about her long and storied career with one of the biggest companies in the world, General Electric. Beth talks in her new book Imagine It Forward about the need to embrace change in business and in life. Adam and Beth then talk about creativity in children and how teaching imagination early will do the country a lot of good.
David Bahnsen joins the show today to talk about his new book Crisis of Responsibility. David and Adam talk about the financial crisis of 2008 and how that kicked off the idea for the book. They then talk about the presence of blame in our society and why the destruction of what David calls "mediating institutions" has led our country down the wrong path.
Scott Adams joins the show today to talk about the creation of Dilbert and how he came up in the comics industry. Adam and Scott also talk about his prediction that Trump would win the 2016 election and why persuasion led him to the Oval Office. Adam and Scott then talk about the contradicting beliefs that exist within Scott's brain, ultraliberal, and fan of Trump.
Dave Dameshek joins the show today to talk to his Good Sports co-host about growing up in the Steel City and how he got to where he is today. Dave and Adam reminisce about the first time they met at Jimmy's long ago for a football Sunday and why people like Adam and Jimmy have achieved success. If you're not willing to stay in and make pages, you're not going to make it.