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Welcome to ONE37pm Live From The Bar Cart! Each week, the editors and producers of ONE37pm.com sit down with celebrities, do-ers, and pioneers from the worlds of business, culture, music, sports, style and other industries to discuss their entrepreneurial lives. The current state of entrepreneurship is bigger than career. It is ambition, grit and hustle. And it’s driving a new generation to greatness. Leave us a comment and let us know who you want to hear on the ONE37pm podcast! Own your future, start this minute.
||CleanLuck Is What Happens When Opportunity Meets Preparation With Actor Erich Bergen||Erich Bergen loves acting and has been doing it since he was a kid. He took a job selling t-shirts at a broadway show show just to be part of the broadway machine. He started a podcast just to interview broadway stars. His mindset was that he would always be a working actor. His non-stop hard work paid off as he's played some amazing characters like Bob Gaudio in Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys, Dr. Pomatter in Waitress and more recently Blake Moran on the CBS series, Madam Secretary for the last 5 seasons. He's also a singer/song writer who's turned down multiple record labels and published his own music, most recently his latest single Better In The Dark. Erich joins ONE37pm Director of Podcasts Kal Elsebai to discuss his dedication and mindset to achieve his dreams in both acting and performing, his new music and his belief that luck is what happens when opportunity meets preparation.||12/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitRevolutionizing The Work Place One Pizza At A Time With CEO Michael Lastoria||Michael Lastoria is serial entrepreneur known for his anti-establishment approach to building a business and brand. He builds companies that are design-driven, culture-centric, brand-led, and most importantly, morally sound. He is currently Founder + CEO of &pizza, the D.C.-based fast casual pizza concept, which he founded in 2012 in Washington, D.C.’s historic H Street NE corridor. Michael's vision since day-one has been to create an employee-first, design-driven, and community-centric brand He's been a public advocate to raise the minimum wage and has focused on creating a one-of-a-kind employee culture among &pizza's ampersand-tattooed Tribe. He's also the co-founder of JWALK, a New York based full service creative agency he helped grow into a powerful force in the agency world before he sold the company in 2017 to beauty powerhouse, Shiseido. He joins ONE37pm's Corban Goble to talk about his humble beginnings from a 500 person 'hamlet' in upstate New York, taking a leap of faith at just 22 and moving to New York to launch an adtech media company, and selling it in just four years to a private equity firm, launching is entrepreneurial journey.||12/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow Passion Leads to Opportunity With Filmmaker Jordan Taylor Wright||Jordan Taylor Wright is a filmmaker who specializes in short form narrative content and founder of Taylor Cut Films. He created videos for Justin Bieber, J. Lo, The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix and Usher just to name a few. He toured with Usher for 3 years creating a ton of his videos and social content. In addition, Jordan has worked with major brands like Tiffany & Co., Ferragamo, Audi, Aloft Hotels and more, which feature him as the main in front of the camera talent. If all that isn't enough he's released his first book,"Forever in the Infinite Now" which delves into his personal journey with mindful meditation through storytelling. He created a digital platform called IntentOn that offers Taylor Cut University courses in filmmaking and photography. He joins ONE37pm, Director of Podcasts Kal Elsebai to discuss his unique style of digital content, how his hustle got him where he is today, the importance of following your passion, which will lead to opportunity and a ton more.||11/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPutting In The Work With Action Superstar Frank Grillo||Frank Grillo is one of the most underrated action stars of our time and he didn't start seeing his hard work pay off until over 20 years into his career. He's played some amazing characters, starring in a ton of great movies like Warrior, Captain America: Winter Soldier, and The Purge: Election Year just to name a few. Frank is also an avid fight fan and has boxed his whole life, and his love of fight culture has informed many of his roles. He joins ONE37pm Editor Corban Goble to talk about the long hard road of non-stop work that got him to where he is now, the break out role that changed his career, what it's like shooting an Avenger's fight sequence and how Mel Gibson dislocated his jaw. Plus, his new project FIGHT WORLD, a five-installment documentary series that takes an inside look at fight culture all over the globe that he produced and stars in, out now on Netflix.||11/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHacking The YouTube Ecosystem with YouTuber Roi Fabito aka Guava Juice||Roi Fabito (aka Guava Juice) is a monster YouTuber. His popular YouTube channel Guava Juice attracts upwards of 10 million subscribers and on Instagram and Facebook he maintains 1.4 million and 926,000 followers respectively.. With over 10-Million subscribers and 4-Billion views on his main YouTube channel ‘Guava Juice,’ Roi has mastered the art of creating captivating content and successful entrepreneurship at the young age of 26 – building an ever-expanding, multi-million dollar business. Known for his insane challenges, bathtub experiments, silly DIYs, and random shenanigans. Major brands and entities like MATTEL, NBC Kids, Mastercard, Nickelodeon, and LEGO Ninjago have taken note of his impactful influence and collaborated with him. This summer Roi released Guava Toys in Target stores everywhere, plus he has an apparel line and video game app, Guava Juice Tub Tapper. He joins ONE37pm Director of Podcasts Kal Elsebai to discuss how he got into YouTube, built up his following and his advice for other creators.||11/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDisrupting A Billion Dollar Industry With Drew Westervelt||Anyone who's played sports even at an amateur level, or even in your high school days knows, it's tough to keep your gear and equipment clean. Whether it's uniforms or protective pads, this stuff starts to stink as you use it game after game. There are countless choices of detergent available, but none of them actually CLEAN fabrics, they simply mask odors by adding chemicals and perfumes, and most consumers think if it smells like flowers it must be clean. That's not the case. Enter Drew Westervelt, former Lacrosse pro turned entrepreneur, and founder of HEX laundry detergent. Drew found a whitespace in the billion dollar detergent industry and when he couldn't find the product to do the job, he actually designed his own Detergent. HEX is now sold at over 2500 stores nationwide including major retailers like Target, WholeFoods, Wegmans and more. He sat down with ONE37pm Associate Editor Omari White to discuss his pro Lacrosse career, pivoting from Lacrosse and becoming an entrepreneur, how he battled dyslexia to become a successful business owner, and the challenges + strategies of tackling a $5 billion industry dominated by traditional, household brands.||11/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDefining Life Moments With Olympic Gold Medalist Nastia Liukin||Five-time Olympic Medalist, Nastia Liukin has made her mark on the gymnastics world after winning the gold for the U.S. in 2008. She has truly done it all in the sports and entertainment world. In 2015, she participated in Season 20 of ABC’s hit TV show, Dancing with the Stars alongside partner Derek Hough. As an entrepreneur and philanthropist, she's giving back to her community, by creating an app called Grander, that connects aspiring women athletes to coaches, champion athletes and more. She also founded the Nastia Liukin Cup (annual gymnastics competition) and visits gyms across the country inspiring young athletes to pursue and achieve their dreams. If that's not enough, Liukin also commentates for NBC Sports and she's an influencer with a social media following of about a million people. Nastia joins ONE37pm Director of Podcasts, Kal Elsebai to discuss her Olympic career, entrepreneurship, thoughts on failure and how we are not defined by our career, salary, failures or accomplishments.||11/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitA Visceral Conversation With Rapper Getter||Music producer, rapper, and entrepreneur Getter has his hands in a lot of projects. He recently dropped his latest album Visceral on Deadmau5's label Mau5trap. The album is a diverse assemblage of collaborations from Midoca, to Joji, to Party Nails and more, and it's an amazing sonic journey that delves into deep issues like mental health and depression. If that's not enough he's also got his alter ego Terror Reid, creating another level music. Don't forget his clothing brand, Shred Collective which he runs with his older brother. ONE37pm Senior Culture Editor Brian Anthony Hernandez talks with Getter about music collaboration his battles with mental health and how he deals with it through his music. Plus, how his love for gaming introduced him to Deadmau5, his record deal, and entrepreneurial efforts.||10/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFrom Bankruptcy to a $56 Million IPO - The Rules of Survival With Shawn Nelson The Rebel Billionaire||Shawn Nelson is the ultimate entrepreneur and founder of LoveSac the oversized "not Bean Bag" Chair that has made him one of the top furniture designers in the biz. A Self made millionaire who created a simple concept in his parent's garage 25 years ago for $10.00, which now has stores worldwide and recently completed a $56 million IPO. ONE37pm Associate Editor Omari White sat down with Nelson as he recounted the journey that got him to this point. His story reads like an adventure movie, complete with a young Nelson hustling between college (which he funded on his own by waiting tables) and LoveSac trying to keep the company alive by blindly racking up credit card debt with trips to China to find a fabric distributor to fulfill an order for national retailers. From incredible growth leading to winning Richard Branson’s “Rebel Billionaire” reality series and taking home 1 million dollars to expand his company, to losing it all and having to declare bankruptcy, and then coming back and successfully completing a $56 million IPO.||10/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDefining A Decade With Mario||Grammy nominated, multiplatinum-selling singer, songwriter, producer, actor, and philanthropist Mario has been making music since the early 2000s. He averages a staggering 4 million monthly listeners on Spotify and holds place right next to some of the greatest R&B artists such as Mary J. Blige, Beyonce, and Usher. Billboard has ranked him and his music on multiple charts as a top R&B performer of the 2010 decade. He joins ONE37pm Senior Culture Editor Brian Anthony Hernandez to discuss his new album Dancing Shadows, that's been 9 years in the making. He details how the pressure of the music industry has changed over the years and keeping true to his art when creating his music. Also, the process he takes when writing music, gaining confidence while singing in talent shows as a young up and comer in Baltimore, and the importance of spirituality in life. Plus the resurgence of R&B, his upcoming book and forthcoming tour.||10/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitTune Out The Negative With Touré||ONE37pm Director of Podcasts, Kal Elsebai sits down with Touré, writer, music journalist, cultural critic, TV personality and host of the Touré Show podcast. As a writer he's published 5 books, written articles for Rolling Stone, The NY Times and The Washington Post, just to name a few. He was co-host of The Cycle on MSNBC, a contributor to MSNBC’s The Dylan Ratigan Show, and host of Fuse’s "Hiphop Shop" and “On the Record.” He's interviewed Spike Lee, Kendrick Lamar, RZA and many more on his podcast. Together Kal and Touré discuss his process in prioritizing major goals over smaller opportunities, how writers can find their voices, and the power of positive thinking. Plus, how asking questions led to major opportunities, the value of mentors and much more.||10/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHow Mindset And Confidence Conquer All With Grand Slam Champ Andy Roddick||ONE37pm CEO Ryan Harwood sits down with one of the world's greatest tennis players and Grand Slam champion Andy Roddick. Roddick holds 32 titles, was ranked #1 in the world, and was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. He retired at the ripe age of 30. Together Ryan and Andy discussed his amazing career, memorable matches, toughest opponents and his love of the game. Also, how mindset and confidence wins championships, and what it takes to dominate at what you do. Plus, life after retirement and his work with the Andy Roddick Foundation which helps children grow in literacy, STEM, art and sports. Andy also, made the smart decision to parlay his tennis winnings into a successful investment portfolio and real estate investment firm Roddimeyer III.||9/27/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDefining Your Vision With Mýa||Grammy-winning and multiplatinum-selling artist Mýa, who burst on the music scene 20 years ago as a teenager and hasn’t stopped since then, stopped by Live From The Bar Cart to talk to ONE37pm Senior Culture Editor Brian Anthony Hernandez about her career as a respected singer, songwriter, producer, musician, dancer/choreographer, actress, activist, philanthropist and entrepreneur. She discussed being mentored by Prince, whose advice helped lead to her Grammy nominations; launching her own record label and line of vegan wine; and which singers she’d pick for a modern-day remake of her epic “Lady Marmalade” collaboration.||9/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitCreating A Movement With Wyclef Jean||ONE37pm Senior Culture Editor Brian Anthony Hernandez sat down with three-time Grammy winning musician, producer and mentor to artists of all kinds, Wyclef Jean. They discussed his groundbreaking career from the inception of The Fugees to collaborating with greats like Shakira, Santana and Avicii. Wyclef also delved into how The Fugees became a voice for immigrants finding their place in America, how his partnership with Fiverr is helping young undiscovered artists, how his next album is going to be a surprise country album, and what valuable lessons he learned from his celebrity mentors Clive Davis and Quincy Jones.||9/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Lion In The Ring With Knockout Specialist And Pro Champion Boxer Danny "Swift" Garcia||ONE37pm’s Culture Editor Brian Anthony Hernandez sat down with Philadelphia native Danny “Swift” Garcia to discuss his long-awaited upcoming fight against Shawn Porter to determine who will fill the WBC Welterweight Title vacancy and become the world champion. Danny also discussed his hustle in and out of the ring, advice for other fighters, the lessons he's learned as the owner of a barbershop, apparel line, record label and his stunning split-decision loss to Keith Thurman in 2017. Danny also brought his twin sisters the SiAngie Twins to talk about their new EP and signing them to his label.||9/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBreaking The Competition With Two-Time Super Bowl Champion Carl Banks||On this episode ONE37pm's Kal Elsebai chats with former All-Pro NFL linebacker, two-time Super Bowl Champion, and Michigan State Hall of Famer, Carl Banks. Banks is a multi-faceted visionary and entrepreneur who parlayed his extraordinary talent on the gridiron into a successful business conglomerate. On top of an outstanding career as an NFL champion, you can tack on media commentator and broadcaster, plus sports fashion visionary. Banks was the first athlete to acquire licensing to sell sports clothing apparel for the NFL, NBA and NHL. He was one of the first to combine sports and fashion in clothing and tap into the passion of the fans to represent their teams. Before Reebok, Nike or any other sports fashion brand made sports athletic apparel Carl Banks did it with Starter. Everyone from John Gotti to RUN-DMC was wearing his designs. A gifted athlete and natural born competitor, Banks talks about his beginnings in college sports and how he owes his athletic career to Magic Johnson. Then drafted by the NY Giants and playing alongside Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson, Brad Van Pelt and Brian Kelly, and the dominance of The Giants during their era. Then taking that competitive mindset into his business career after football and going head to head with brands like Reebok and Nike, making millions.||8/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Cocktail of Success With Brian Stewart, Cody Goldstein And Doug Brickel||If you’re launching your own line of liquor or a business in the food/beverage industry, then this episode is for you. Senior Producer Matt Bogart from the ONE37pm team sat down with 3 highly successful guys from different parts of the cocktail world. First Belvedere Brand Ambassador Brian Stewart who travels the country educating bartenders and mixologists on the amazing products Belvedere makes, and fantastic recipes using their Vodka, especially their new single estate rye series. Then we spoke with Cody Goldstein founder of Muddling Memories, an innovative hospitality company specializing in beverage experiences. Cody talked about how he gave up a huge salary and stability as a financial advisor to follow his passion and start his own business. His company tailors one-of-a-kind unique experiences in cocktails. These guys go as far as altering the environment people drink in to add another layer of experience in consuming cocktails. Finally, award winning Beverage Director for Cork and Kerry, Doug Brickel stopped by to discuss attracting customers with a quality experience and keeping them in the bar with one of a kind cocktails made with top notch ingredients.||8/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThere's Always Another Way In...Finding The Third Door with Alex Banayan||Alex Banayan was an uninspired medical student buried in debt. He yearned to understand how the successful people he revered were able to launch their careers before they were the juggernauts of their industry. How did Bill Gates sell his first piece of software out of his dorm room, when no one knew his name? How did Steve Spielberg become the youngest studio director in Hollywood history, when he was rejected from film school? How did Warren Buffet become the Oracle of Omaha before investing a penny? These were all questions he figured he'd find the answers to in books about this stage of these people's lives. To his surprise there was no book that told these stories, so he figured he'd write it himself. What followed was a 7 year adventure to track down and interview the monoliths of success, and it all started with Alex's hacking of The Price Is Right. ONE37pm Senior Culture Editor Brian Anthony Hernandez sits down with Alex and talks about his new book, The Third Door, to find out how he tracked down and conducted one-on-one interviews with Bill Gates, Maya Angelou, Steve Wozniak, Jane Goodall, Larry King, Jessica Alba, Pitbull, Tim Ferriss, Quincy Jones, and many more, to find out they all had one thing in common...they all took the Third Door.||8/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitTaking Your Brand Viral With Franco Noriega The Shirtless Chef||Franco Noriega is a 29 year old Peruvian chef, restaurateur, and model. As a successful male model he is the face of brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein, Roberto Cavalli, Louis Vuitton, and Hugo Boss. At the age of 27 he opened Baby Brasa a restaurant focused on fresh organic Peruvian cuisine which he's about to open a second location now two years later. He also just released his first single as he pursues his passion as a singer. He joins ONE37pm to discuss how his modeling career started and took off over night as he was plucked off the streets of NYC not long after he emigrated to the US. How he used his passion for food to fill a niche and create a one of a kind restaurant, that funds his dream to be a singer, and how he capitalized on what he was naturally good at to create his brand, and produce viral content that landed him on shows like Ellen and Live With Kelly and Ryan.||8/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitBelieve In Yourself, No Matter What The Odds With Nigel Barker||Nigel Barker is one of the world's most-renowned photographers, having been a part of bringing fashion reality TV to the masses as a judge on America's Next Top Model for 17 seasons, yet he's accomplished so much more. Being skilled not only as a photographer, but also as a designer, his eye for fashion and design has resulted in the creation of his own furniture line and his own clothing line. He's also a New York Times best-selling author, a director and producer of documentary films and major brand commercials. He's also a founder and partner in new NYC gym The Dogpound and a passionate philanthropist. To say he's accomplished a lot is an understatement. He sat down with ONE37pm's Brian Anthony Hernandez to discuss the risks he took that paid off greatly in his career and the importance of believing in yourself no matter how stacked the odds are against you.||8/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChanging The Rules (And The World) With Gerard Adams, The Millennial Mentor||Gerard Adams has a success story that reads like a fairytale. He co-founded EliteDaily.com, a well-loved news platform, which at it's height received 80 million monthly visitors. He then sold it for $50 Million dollars, making him a self-made multimillionaire at age 24. However, the path that got him there is not one you hear about often. He overcame obstacles, fear, and self-doubt. He left college early, after a semester to be exact, to pave his own path, ignoring warnings of failure and a wasted future. He started from the bottom and failed multiple times at numerous ventures until finding the one that worked. Since then, he's invested in, built, and backed 9 companies and trades that have all made seven figures. He lives to mentor and inspire his generation and spread knowledge. He's cultivating the next generation of creators with his Leaders Create Leaders series and is consciously giving back to his community and those around him.||7/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEvolving The Entertainment Ecosystem With Matt Urmy||When you hear the word musician, the first phrase that usually comes to mind is starving artist. Our guest on this episode wants to change that, by giving musicians the tool to run their music like a business. Matt Urmy is a successful author, musician, and founding CEO of the music software company, Artist Growth. He is anything but a starving artist. Artist Growth is a software program and mobile app that links an artist's entire team and all their touring information with real-time sharing, extreme data security, custom access permissions from any device, for any team of any size. On top of that, they even connect up and coming artists with funding opportunities for growth without a credit check, using future bookings as collateral. As if running Artist Growth wasn't enough, he's also a successful musician with a new album dropping in the fall, a poet and author and a devoted family man. ONE37pm Senior Editor of Culture, Brian Anthony Hernandez sat down with Matt to hear how many failed attempts there were before Artist Growth was a success, the motivation behind his new record and how he prioritizes his family without letting his career suffer.||7/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHustle, Humility, And Team Work With NBA Pro Alan Williams||Not every player in the NBA is in the spotlight. While much of sports media shines the light on power players like Lebron James and Steph Curry, there are a multitude of players with just as much talent, hustle and work ethic. One of those players is Alan Williams, formerly of the Phoenix Suns and now a free agent rumored to be pursued by The NY Knicks. Along with his outstanding athletic ability as a pro basketball player, what really makes Williams stand out, is his attitude towards being a team player and doing whatever is needed to lift his team mates up, both on and off the court. ONE37pm's Senior Culture Editor Brian Anthony Hernandez sat with him to discuss his career, respect for his family, especially his police chief mom, his drive to fill whatever role his team needs him to be, and much more. This week's Latest Launch recommendations are Childish Gambino's Summer Pack and the online retailer Asos, with their new initiatives on sustainability with their new designs.||7/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow Failure Leads to Success with Eugene Remm & Fashion Forward with Simon Doonan||This episode brings two very unique individuals to the bar cart. Entrepreneur and wellness expert Eugene Remm joins ONE37pm's J.J. McCorvey to discuss building businesses based on his passion for food and fitness. Eugene tells his origin story of how his failures led to his success. Our second guest is author and fashion luminary Simon Doonan, who is best known as "the world's most-famous window dresser" as the creative ambassador for Barneys New York. He joins ONE37pm's Brian Anthony Hernandez to chat about his his latest book (Soccer Style: The Magic and Madness) that combines his two love of fashion and soccer; the most-fashionable World Cup players, the struggles of being gay before it was legal, and what he learned from working with Tyra Banks on America's Next Top Model. This week's Latest Launch recommendations are Marvel's Ant-Man and The Wasp, Chance The Rapper's benefit concert for the Special Olympics' 50th anniversary, and Belvedere's Lake Bartężek single estate rye vodka.||7/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitThe Zig Zag Life With Roy Sekoff & Sacrificing Your Way to Success With Brian Mazza||In this episode, Huffington Post founding editor Roy Sekoff is on to talk about his memoir, "Lacks Self-Control," which is out now. In the book, Roy talks about his career, which twists and turns as he navigates his career, family, and helping to launch one of the most disruptive news sites of all time. Also on today's show is multi-hyphenate Brian Mazza. Brian is the President of Paige Hospitality Group, where he oversees the Ainsworth restaurant empire. When Brian is not overseeing the creation of the over-the-top golden wings, he is making gains at the gym. This week's Latest Launch recommendations are Entertainment Weekly's cover for the 10-year anniversary of Breaking Bad, Oprah's Smithsonian exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and Facebook's long-overdue Snooze feature.||6/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitBuilding Your Gaming Empire With AtomicMari & The Art of Hospitality With Alex Stupak & David Rodolitz||In this episode, we played Fortnite with Mari Takahashi of the Smosh Games empire. Known as Atomic Mari to fans, she reveals how she turned her love of video games into a viable career (yes, she plays games for a living), what it was like being blindsided on the reality TV show Survivor, how she and her husband play games together without being too competitive, and which games and trends got the most hype at the Electronic Entertainment Expo a.k.a. E3. We also chopped it up with chef Alex Stupak and David Rodolitiz, cofounders of NYC's Mexican restaurant empire, Empellon. The duo described their complimentary work (and fashion) styles, what it takes to make it in the crowded New York restaurant market, why they closed their once-beloved Cocina location, and which dish Empellon sells 3,000 of per week. Latest Launch: Incredibles 2, The Nike + Headspace partnership and collaborative Nike+ Run Club app, and Belvedere's latest Single Estate Rye Vodka: Smogery Forest.||6/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitThe Science of Communication With Jordan Harbinger & The Shake Shack Empire With Danny Meyer||In our first interview from the bar cart, author, speaker, and podcast host Jordan Harbinger stops by and gets candid about his recent departure from the Art of Charm show, how to rebuild an audience from scratch, disrupting the traditional definition of masculinity, and what to do when a colleague steals your idea. Next up, legendary restaurateur Danny Meyer—head of the Shake Shack empire—reveals the lessons he learned from failures, the cocktail he named after his father, and the new NYC venues he’s opening this year as the CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group.||6/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWelcome to ONE37pm: Live From The Bar Cart||Welcome to ONE37pm Live From THe Bar Cart! Each week, Sr. editors Brian Hernandez and J.J. McCorvey of ONE37pm sit down with entrepreneurs, do-ers, entertainers and pioneers of their respected field for candid interviews about striving to be the best at what they do. These interviews will touch on everything from sneaker head culture, to the best ways to hustle your business. Leave us a comment and let us know who you want to hear on the ONE37pm podcast! Own your future, start this minute.||6/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
This podcast is chock full of actionable advice with some highly successful entrepreneurs. Some I’ve heard of, others I haven’t but all dropping tons of valuable knowledge!!
Great first episode!
Excited to try the Mortoni! You two should talk about Instagram's new app IGTV next episode.
I can tell this is going to be 🔥🔥🔥