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Tired of interviews with celebrities answering all the same questions that have already been asked a thousand times? Good. So are we. Instead, we focus on how our guests force themselves to think outside-the-box; or on that moment that served as inspiration for what they do now. Come and join us as we dive deep into the source that fuels everything.

The Well Anson Mount & Branan Edgens

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 588 Ratings

Tired of interviews with celebrities answering all the same questions that have already been asked a thousand times? Good. So are we. Instead, we focus on how our guests force themselves to think outside-the-box; or on that moment that served as inspiration for what they do now. Come and join us as we dive deep into the source that fuels everything.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
588 Ratings

588 Ratings

Acooke3213 ,

His voice is a balm for my soul

I love his voice. It is so rich and deep and calming, but beyond that the content is great. I love learning more about people, the host as well as his guests. I look forward to every podcast.

Too Critical ,

Well worth listening

This podcast is a great escape for the mind.

NoraChannain ,

REALLY had me at Reggie Watts

But already had me at Ken Leung. It was his story and "Who's Your Superhero," with the cast of The Inhumans that got me to watch the series - but it the Ken Leung interview only drew me in to listen to more. Reggie Watts? I'm appalled that I didn't know anything about him, but it was the Part II that totally slayed me. What he said about what White Supremicists want and and how he combats it was just what I needed. Lately social media has been a bit putrid with, "no you're stupid and I'm right - SEE?" It's driving me crazy. Reggie's words were a balm. And now I'm listening to two men watch another man do wicked things with martini garnish while talking about Japanese philosophy and I think, humanism? It's not done yet, and the guys are getting a little fuzzy on what I think is the third martini. This series is freakin AMAZING - because I have no idea what to expect. It got me to thinking that I need to explore doodling - no, no no, don't ask me how that connects. It just does. Because draw, but I don't doodle, but I do associate color with certain music and certain sounds. Not in the way of synesthesia, it's just color theory, playing with color and it's relation to sound, using Procreate on the iPad. It's becoming very meditative, although so far the results look like the old lava lamp projections they used to throw up on the screens in the theaters where I grew up. Also, I grew up in Minnesota and I'd like to apologize to Leon Ingulsrud. He's cool. And he's making Anson and Brennan giggle.

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