1 hr 46 min

#037 — Joe Stapleton On The Bus Podcast

    • Philosophy

Fresh off of his commentating of the WSOP we have Joe Stapleton, aka @Stapes. A poker commentator for ESPN and Poker Stars, based out of Los Angeles, California.
As a communications major hailing from Boston University, Joe has always used comedy as a driver. Known for his social media vigilantism, Joe has used his comedy to make a name for himself as a poker commentator, stand up comedian and a social media influencer.  In his early days of poker commentating, Stapes launched a very successful podcast called Two Jacks in a Hole. The show had several episodes that cracked the Itunes comedy top 10. Even with the found success in podcasting Stapes sheds a light on enjoying any victory no matter big or small. Maybe if something was great its not supposed to be left as is.  You can connect with Stapes on Twitter, @Stapes, and on Facebook at @JoeStapesStapleton  We love hearing from our amazing bus riding patrons with new questions and ideas for shows. Send an email to onthebuspodcast@gmaill.com. If you are not already subscribed to the podcast on iTunes and listened to past episodes, then you can do that and leave a review HERE. THANK YOU to our sponsors:
Organifi Shop: http://organifishop.com?rfsn=312623.ac447
promo code: BUSDRIVER for a 15% discount
http://gophercase.com/ 
promo code: onthebus for a 25% discount
onnit: https://www.onnit.com/?a_aid=BUSDRIVER
Visit our site onthebuspodcast.com and shop through our Amazon Portal.
Green Roads Health: greenroadsworld.com
promo code: onthebus for a 30% discount
 
To Support this podcast; leave a review and/or share podcast on whichever social media platform you use. 
On the Bus is a podcast that shares powerful conversations with unique and successful young adults on the path to optimization and happiness. Your hosts: Daniel Blum & Brandon Reese want you to keep your hands and feet in the windows, it's going to be a wild (bus) ride. If you would like more information, feel free to contact us by email or visit our website.
All Aboard!

Fresh off of his commentating of the WSOP we have Joe Stapleton, aka @Stapes. A poker commentator for ESPN and Poker Stars, based out of Los Angeles, California.
As a communications major hailing from Boston University, Joe has always used comedy as a driver. Known for his social media vigilantism, Joe has used his comedy to make a name for himself as a poker commentator, stand up comedian and a social media influencer.  In his early days of poker commentating, Stapes launched a very successful podcast called Two Jacks in a Hole. The show had several episodes that cracked the Itunes comedy top 10. Even with the found success in podcasting Stapes sheds a light on enjoying any victory no matter big or small. Maybe if something was great its not supposed to be left as is.  You can connect with Stapes on Twitter, @Stapes, and on Facebook at @JoeStapesStapleton  We love hearing from our amazing bus riding patrons with new questions and ideas for shows. Send an email to onthebuspodcast@gmaill.com. If you are not already subscribed to the podcast on iTunes and listened to past episodes, then you can do that and leave a review HERE. THANK YOU to our sponsors:
Organifi Shop: http://organifishop.com?rfsn=312623.ac447
promo code: BUSDRIVER for a 15% discount
http://gophercase.com/ 
promo code: onthebus for a 25% discount
onnit: https://www.onnit.com/?a_aid=BUSDRIVER
Visit our site onthebuspodcast.com and shop through our Amazon Portal.
Green Roads Health: greenroadsworld.com
promo code: onthebus for a 30% discount
 
To Support this podcast; leave a review and/or share podcast on whichever social media platform you use. 
On the Bus is a podcast that shares powerful conversations with unique and successful young adults on the path to optimization and happiness. Your hosts: Daniel Blum & Brandon Reese want you to keep your hands and feet in the windows, it's going to be a wild (bus) ride. If you would like more information, feel free to contact us by email or visit our website.
All Aboard!

1 hr 46 min

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