Author Kim Terry

My wife and I went to this quaint little bar in Comfort, Tx and there happened to be a lovely young lady doing a book signing. So naturally I interviewed her so I could introduce her to you guys! There is a special give away in this one….. so pay attention!

The newest podcast episode is up!

Click on the photo link below to buy Kim’s book!

Kerri Kasem

This week I got to chat with the talented Kerri Kasem.

She is a radio and TV personality; as well as a motivational speaker and activist. We talk a little about her career, about her father, an up coming Las Vegas speaking engagement, and about how she is taking a legal fight state by state to end a very specific type of elder abuse.

The link to her event; the 10X Growth Conference in Las Vegas Feb 22-24, 2018 can be found here:

The link to her organization; The Kasem Cares Foundation can be found here:

You can find more information about Kerri at:

on Twitter: @KerriKasem

on Instagram: @KerriKasem

On Face Book:

The newest podcast episode is up!

Dee Murthy


I was lucky enough to get to interview Dee Murthy Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Five Four Club / Menlo Club.

I have been a member for quite some time now and Mr. Murthy was kind enough to call in and chat with me for a bit.

We discuss his origin story and his belief that KARMA has a lot to do with his success.

Click on the Menlo Club photo link below and get a great deal on your first month’s package.

I promise you wont regret it.

The newest podcast episode is up!


Menlo Club

Caelan Beihn, Dylan Wrenn, & Nick Davis!

I had a lot of fun chatting with these dudes who generously sat down with me at Carolla Studios after they got off work. These are some pretty funny guys and they made me feel right at home. Follow them on social media and give their podcasts a listen. At the time of this recording; Nick Davis was A Carolla Lackey. He has since moved on and is currently working at Funny Or die.

The newest podcast episode is up!

Rance Howard

My buddy Clint pulled some strings and was able to get me a sit down interview with his dad Rance Howard in July of 2017.

One of the kindest, most engaging men I have ever met.

No commercials on this one; and stay tuned for bonus extras after the episode.

I am about 95% certain that this was his last interview.

Shortly after this interview, Mr. Howard made two more movies, and then became ill.

He never recovered.

This was one of the best days of my life.

Although Rance Howard will be sorely missed by many; I am POSITIVE that Heaven is a better place with him in it.

Rest easy, and Farewell Good Sir.


The newest podcast episode is up!