Each week, intellectually-curious comedian and filmmaker Jeff Grace has in-depth conversations with the most interesting minds from philosophy, economics, journalism, politics, entertainment, business, self improvement, literature, music, sports and more.
"Coke > Meth > Almost Dead > Sober" w/ Josh Fingerhut
Actor and photographer Josh Fingerhut (Brooklyn 99, Sneaky Pete, Hawaii Five-0) shares how his casual cocaine use as a 3.5 GPA Northwestern University student led to thirteen years later almost losing his arm (and life) as an intravenous meth user.
Gregg Clunis of "Tiny Leaps, Big Changes" + "Intelectualish" NAME CHANGE
Jeff talks about the new "Intelectualish" reboot and then chats with Gregg Clunis, the host of "Tiny Leaps, Big Changes" about his top 4 "meta self help tips", his new habit of running, developing consistency, and the woo-woo stigma of vision boards.
#56: "Why Celeb Cause Videos Fail" w/ Todd Berger
Jeff is joined by writer, director, and author Todd Berger (It’s A Disaster, Happytime Murders, Showdown City) to discuss why recent well-meaning celebrity cause videos have elicited such strong backlash. Plus: The secret cool of Maya Rudolph.
#55: The Broken Economics of Restaurants
Food journalist Marisel Salazar brings on two nationally acclaimed chefs -- David Nayfeld of Che Fico and Eric Rivera of Addo -- to chat with Jeff about the flawed economics of the restaurant industry.
Apple WWDC: iPhone Widgets, Goodbye Intel, iPad "Scribble" & Sleep Tracking
Tyler "The Apple Addict" Schnabel is back to talk about Apple's 2020 WWDC introducing huge changes to Apple iPhone OS, iPad OS, MacOS going to 11 (Big Sur), and Mac saying goodbye to Intel chips. Plus Watch, Bike Maps, iPhone Widgets, App Clips, and what to expect from Apple this fall!
"Masks Save Lives" w/ Model Citizen Founder Sam Gostnell
Jeff talks with ModelCitizenBox.com founder Sam Gostnell about the importance of wearing masks to stop the spread of Covid-19 and reopening the economy. Sam lost his job during the lockdown and started helping nursing homes procure surgical masks.
Let your interviewee speak! This could have been really interesting if the host didn’t frequently interrupt and ramble!
The guy still sounds brainwashed
The door people could just stay at the door like ushers instead of following people to the bathroom. How can he justify that?
I enjoyed the conversation of this episode but quite frankly was very disappointed by a number of things. The guest was incredibly vague throughout the entire podcast which furthered my negative opinion of LF. Also why didn't you ask how much money he spent on ALL the courses? It’s ‘only’ $400 for the initial weekend - it’s well over $1000 for the subsequent one. It was repeatedly stated that there is no financial benefit to the participants for recruitment as if that’s such a positive thing. Well who do you think benefits from the recruitment? Lastly if you spend any time reading many peoples accounts on LF reviews people can be degraded to an unacceptable degree during the LF sessions. In order for this podcast to be helpful to people listening it would have been beneficial to get more than one persons opinion.