LA native, promotor, publicist, business woman, and total boss Miss Diddy stepped into the Bigger Talks studio to talk about her path to success, from her work ethic, relationship building skills, faith in God and faith in herself.
Music mogul Chris Anokute dropped by the Bigger Talks studio to speak with Eric about his keys to success in the music industry, from his upbringing and background, ambition at a young age, and overall passion for music.
Comedian and author Laurie Kilmartin joins the team to talk about her new book DEAD PEOPLE SUCK where she uses comedy to understand life through death, from differing political views between family members, the trauma instilled in our DNA, practical tips for dealing with death, and preparing for our own passing.
Powerhouse couple and iconic members of Bachelor Nation Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo join Eric and team in studio to talk about their life post-show, the pressures of a public interracial relationship, and their next steps as a couple.
Jordan Harbinger of THE JORDAN HARBINGER SHOW joins the team to talk about his rollercoaster of a career, from working as a CIA informant, being kidnapped in two countries and transitioning from The Art of Charm to his new show. Jordan also challenges the concept of astrology and offers his thoughts on modern dating.
Bachelor favorite Kristina Schulman stops by to have a bigger conversation with the team about "givens", from growing up in an orphanage in Russia, her relationship with old beau Dean, dating in LA, and using her platform for good.
Dallas Martin, Senior Vice President of A+R at Atlantic Records, joins the team in studio to talk about Social Responsibility as a public figure. From growing up in Flint, Michigan to rising the ranks of the music industry, Dallas talks about the social injustice around Meek Mill's incarceration, the responsibility of signing acts that promote a positive message, the impact of Nipsey Hussle's newest album, and "buying back the block."