Hey, y'all. Thanks so much for being here the past 18 months! It's so awesome that you've stuck with me. Josh: The Podcast is getting a major overhaul. Listen to find out what you can expect and when you can expect it. Also...who knows? It might come with a new name...
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Lesson from this week's podcast: Just don't be an asshole, eh? Yeah, we're talking about guns again, I feel like I'm kinda talking to myself on it, but at least I make for good company...
We talk about stuff, because that's what we do. Yay!
Full show notes at http://joshshear.com/2017/09/josh-the-podcast-episode-77/
We talk about discussion points instead of shouting matches and changing your habits.
We talk about hurricane recovery, racism in sports and where to get some free bananas in Savannah.
We talk science vs. politics, DACA, hurricanes and Jon Vroman.
Full show notes at http://joshshear.com/2017/09/josh-the-podcast-episode-74/
We talk about Harvey and helping people.
Full show notes at http://joshshear.com/2017/08/josh-the-podcast-episode-73/
A brief, brief show about family and the eclipse, and maybe a little about Afghanistan.
We have a late-night beer, talk about living forever (or dying in nuclear holocaust — thanks, North Korea!) and give a shoutout to the Trump chicken.
Brief show on showing up if you want to push through the bad times, Anthony Scaramucci's crazy 11 days and a little bit more on health care and compromise.
We talk about jumping over creative blocks, launching a website for the Intensely Positive Podcast and what's going on with health care this week.
We talk mainly about health care. And frogs. Short one today.
Full show notes at http://joshshear.com/2017/07/josh-the-podcast-episode-67-frogs-health-care-and-dudesons/
I've been taking a lot of input this week. What are you reading?
Full show notes at http://joshshear.com/2017/07/josh-the-podcast-episode-66-what-were-reading/
We talk about NPR tweeting the Declaration of Independence, Trump body slamming CNN and CNN threatening to dox a reddit user.
We discuss why the health care bill should include as much coverage as possible (hint: not a right, not an entitlement); how to make improvements to the jury duty experience; and a new Savannah spot, the American Prohibition Museum.
Jeff Sass has been ahead of the tech curve a few times. We talk about the evolution of technology, his time at Troma films and his new book, Everything I Know About Business and Marketing I Learned From the Toxic Avenger.
We talk about being open to love, having compassion for others and paying attention to others.
Full show notes at http://joshshear.com/2017/06/josh-the-podcast-episode-62-on-compassion-and-perspective/
A short episode today on balance, re-entry and experiencing the journey as life instead of achievement.
Back from Kaua'i with stories of zip lines, small planes and feral chickens, plus the realizations we get from sitting on the beach watching the sun go up and down.
Also, we tried a little Facebook live experiment.
Did I make it back from Kauai? Was it voluntary? Who knows? Guess we'll find out soon...In the meantime, this is short, deep and meaningful.
While I'm off on a tropical island, listen to the story of another guy who was off on a tropical island, hiding in the woods for almost 30 years.
(1) Yes, I know Hyundai is a Korean car, not a Japanese one. I'm just a racist, that's all.
(2) Every now and then I say something pretty cool, like, "You're the only one who has to live with you."
I'm on my way out of town for a little while, but don't fret. You'll see me around in the normal places. Unless you're used to actually seeing me.
Happy Thursday! A little 100 days talk, a little Dr. John and Dixie Cups and we learn something about the '80s.
Full show notes at
We talk about taking shortcuts and making sure we're aware of what we miss when we skip things.
Full show notes at http://joshshear.com/2017/05/josh-the-podcast-episode-55-shortcuts/