Our 20s are a critical time in our lives and together on this show, my guests and I discuss things that all millennials care about: upward career mobility, mental health, self-improvement strategies, work/life balance, social media, traveling, dating, financial advice and SO much more.
Sometimes it's a young entrepreneur. Other days, it's a professional athlete, a TikTok star, or maybe just an everyday twenty-something who's trying to figure it out.
New episodes weekly. Follow the show wherever you get your podcasts, find it on YouTube and visit TheTroyFarkasShow.com for more information.
my Swedish friend Malcolm Thulin-Carpenter on Europe's obsession with America & his budding digital art career.
Malcolm Thulin, who I met while abroad in the fall of 2016, joins me today for a lovely chat about recently marrying his longtime sweetheart, who actually proposed to him because he waited too long! Then, we get into the perception that countries like Sweden, Norway and Denmark are the happiest in the world, and whether that actually holds up. Plus, we discuss Europe's obsession with American politics and pop culture, differences in American and European culture, his very popular comics Instagram account and why I regret not buying Bitcoin back in 2016.
Malcolm is a really talented digital artist, so please support his work here.
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the hardest lesson I've learned this year.
This gets surprisingly emotional.
these two mentalities will help you conquer your Fears.
Fear is our biggest enemy, the thing that holds us back from achieving our dreams.
In Part Four of my "5 for 5,000 series," I outline two strategies you can adopt to help you overcome Fear.
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invest in yourself: 6 ways to get the most out of life.
For a company to thrive, proper investment of resources is essential.
On today's podcast, I tell you why you should treat your life like a business, giving you 6 steps you can take to get the most out of yourself.
You can read the full post here on my web site, TheTroyFarkasShow.com.
let self-awareness determine where you live.
I chose to live in Portsmouth, NH over Denver for one reason: self-awareness.
On today's episode, I tell you how self-awareness guided my decision and why it's the key to helping you with big decisions in life. You can read the full post here.
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I'm going all in on kindness, and you should too.
In Part 1 of my "5 for 5,000" series, where I'm revealing five big lessons I've learned in the year since I started this podcast, I read you an essay about kindness. Then, I tell you why I'm choosing to double down on it going forward.
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Love this Pod
This podcast is one of few that feels REAL. Troy delivers advice and words of wisdom as if I’m talking to a friend. The guests he brings on are all super unique and I never know who he’s going to host next, which keeps things interesting. Plus, featuring his friends (normal people in their 20s!!) is a breath of fresh air amongst the millions of pods with celebrity/famous people interviews that don’t necessarily resonate with me.
Wish I had this pod in my early 20s!
I’m about to be 29, and all I can think about is how great it would’ve been to have this podcast in my life in my early 20s! Either way, I’m glad it’s in my life now!
Offers key insights on living your best life
If you like podcasts, I highly recommend adding The Troy Farkas Show to your list of go-to shows! The topics discussed are relevant to each and every one of us trying and striving to live our best lives amidst the complexities of the 21st century. Whether you prefer longer interviews with everyday people discussing their jobs, lives, and hobbies, or shorter, thought-provoking musings on life, this podcast may be exactly what you’ve been looking for. Give it a listen!