Cooper Eddy: Sweets Kendama Professional

September 25, 2018

In this episode I sit down with Cooper Eddy, Professional Kendama player. We discuss his early discovery of the Kendama , Failure, Traveling the world, how he fights through reaching a plateau and more. 





02:19 Early Life/Hometown 

07:47 Picked up Kendama for the first time

22:50 Going Pro

27:30 Pushing past the plateau  

35:02 Moving to Minneapolis 



Bill Crubaugh: Co-Owner of Piffmpls

September 18, 2018

In this episode I sit down with my good friend BIll Crubaugh, Co-Owner of Piffmpls. We discuss his transition from working a "regular job" to pursuing a dream, the proceess of opening a new location amongst a busy season, owning a business + the difficulties that come with it, and much more.








Geno Crandall: Gonzaga Basketball

September 12, 2018

How hard are you willing to work for your dream?

In this episode I sit down with Geno Crandall. We discuss his early schooling, being turned around from his basketball plan multiple times, his college experiences and more. 


Although this is the longest podcast I’ve ever recored, its packed with great stories. Feel free to use time stamped topics to weave through the episode successfully. 





05:40 Early Education 

21:08 High School 

42:37 High School dance story

45:03 Realization of being a black man

59:30 AAU/UND Scholarship offer

01:16:00 Finding God

01:30:00 Championship story (intro)

01:40:45 NCAA Tournament 

02:01:03 Gonzaga Basketball


Jordan Dye: Founder of Shepherd Goods

September 4, 2018

From the Midwest to the Westcoast.

In this episode I sit down with Jordan Dye owner of Shepherd Goods and Lamb Chops. We discuss his early Minneapolis ties, dropping out of school, how we created his brands and more.



Time Stamped Topics


6:20 Early education/Minneapolis connection

09:28 Dropping out of College

18:30 Insane Sneaker collection

23:30 Los Angeles 

32:18 Phenom connection

41:00 SZA taking over his room in Los Angeles

47:00 Finding a storefront for his brand