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  • 00:26:59

    Ep. 126 - Casey Neistat: Beme

    · The James Altucher Show

    By its very nature, social media lends itself to users showing the highlights of their lives and sharing their best moments, but only after they've cropped, edited and refined those moments. Casey Neistat, the prolific creator of YouTube videos that have made us look at our world a bit differently, thinks it's time we use social media to share the authentic moments of our lives. His new app Beme allows for social media interaction to take on a new level of realness. Casey Neistat, film director, producer, and YouTube creator, has gained a huge following. Millions of people look forward to his daily vlog on his YouTube channel. Casey and I recorded a podcast back in January 2015 (Ask Altucher Ep 202). What brings us together this time is a new app that Casey co-founded that  could significantly change how people view social media. Named Beme, the app uses snippets of videos the user takes and then sends them to other Beme users. It does so without giving the user the opportunity to edit the video. Casey says that without scrutinizing the images of ourselves, we are able to bring honesty and authenticity to the things we send out as we share how we see the world. As you use the app, your phone screens turns off and captures what you are seeing. Casey explains Beme has various discovery cells, with one that specifically focuses on strangers and includes the nearby stranger, the interesting stranger, and the faraway stranger. Each discovery cell  is a part of your social media network and allows you to look in on what it is seeing. Casey says Beme is built around a “platform of authenticity”. Other highlights of our conversation include: The effort Casey puts into each video he creates The Make It Count Nike video that created a sensation His process for what he decides to develop How persistence is critical to anyone trying to achieve success in his field Casey says what he does takes hard work and he paves his own way. He explains that in his process, he is beholden only to himself and his voice, and it's an incredibly liberating way to be. Links and Resources: To find sources for all the social media platforms Casey uses, go to Casey Neistat. Casey posts his daily vlogs on his YouTube channel. You'll also find all his videos there too, including the Make It Count Nike video. Learn more about Beme, Casey's new app. Listen to Casey's previous interview with me here, Ep 202 Casey Neistat.   Thanks so much for listening! If you enjoyed this episode of The James Altucher Show, please leave a review or a rating on ITunes. I read every review and it helps to make the podcast better. P.S. For a very limited time, I want to send you a brand-new, hardback copy of my new book for FREE! All I ask is that you cover the shipping costs (just $5).   P.P.S. This Thursday, August 20th James will be the featured guest on Product Hunt LIVE a place to chat with the world’s most interesting authors, artists, founders, investors, game creators, entertainers, and makers. For more information click here.

  • 00:18:39

    Circulation March 14, 2017 Issue

    · Circulation on the Run

    Caroline:              Welcome to Circulation On The Run! Your weekly podcast, summary, and backstage pass to The Journal and it's editors. I'm Doctor Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center in Duke National University of Singapore. What does the gut microbiome have to do with Cardiovascular Disease? Well to find out you'll just have to stay tuned for our featured discussion debate. First, here's our summary of this week's journal.                                 The first paper seeks to answer the question "does first trimester screening modify the natural history of Congenital Heart Disease?" To answer this question Doctor Jasinskyl and colleagues from the University Hospital in Masaryk University in the Czech Republic, analyze the spectrum of congenital heart defects and outcomes of 127 fetuses diagnosed with congenital heart defects in the first trimester compared to 344 fetuses diagnosed in the second trimester screening. All of these analyzed between 2007 and 2013.                                 They found that the spectrum of congenital heart defects diagnosed in the first versus second trimesters differed significantly with a greater number of comorbidities, defects with univentricular outcomes, intrauterine deaths, and terminations of pregnancy in those diagnosed in the first compared to second trimester.                                 They further analyze 532 fetuses diagnosed with congenital heart defects in the second trimester but in an earlier period of 1996 to 2001, which is the period before first trimester screening was introduced. In this group they found significantly more cases of defects with univentricular outcomes, intrauterine deaths, and early terminations of pregnancy. In comparison to fetuses also diagnosed with congenital defects in the second trimester but in the later period of 2007 to 2013.                                 Thus, the authors concluded that first trimester screening had a significant impact on the spectrum of congenital heart defects and on the outcomes of pregnancies with defects diagnosed in the second trimester. Early prenatal cardiac ultrasound screening may therefore, in some countries, reduce the number of children born with severe cardiac abnormalities and associated comorbidities.                                 The next study sheds light on the use of intravenous recombinant tissue plasminogen activator, or "RTPA," in patients with acute ischemic stroke also receiving no wax or the newer oral anticoagulants. Doctor Sienne and colleagues from the Duke Clinical Research Institute in Durham, North Carolina use data from the American Heart Association "Get With The Guidelines" stroke registry in 42,887 ischemic stroke patients treated with RTPA at 1,289 hospitals in the United States between 2012 and 2015. They basically found no statistically significant differences in the risk of symptomatic intracranial hemorrhage between patients who were taking Noac, Warfarin, or not taking any anticoagulant before the stroke.                                 This largest clinical experience of stroke thrombolysis in patients receiving Noac before the strokes thus suggest that RTPA is reasonably well tolerated without prohibitive risks for adverse events amongst selected Noac treated patients. However, the authors are quick to say that their observations must be considered as preliminary due to the absence of coagulation parameters, timing of the last Noac intake, and whether or not non-specific reversal strategies may have been applied.                                 The next paper provides experimental evidence of the unique effects of plasminogen activation and Alpha 2 antiplasmin inactivation on the fibrinolytic system in pulmonary embolism. In this paper from Dr Sing, Hong, and Reed from the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in Memphis, Tennessee the authors use mouse models of experimental pulmonary emboli to show that monoclonal antibody inactivation of Alpha 2 antiplasmin, which is an endogenous inhibitor of plasmin, effectively dissolved pulmonary emboli with similar potency to high dose RTPA.                                 Alpha 2 antiplasmin inactivation synergize with low dose RTPA to enhance thrombus dissolution. And like RTPA, Alpha 2 antiplasmin inactivation alone or in combination with low dose RTPA, did not cause fibrinogen degradation or increased bleeding. The authors therefore concluded that Alpha 2 anti plasmin is a dominant regulator that prohibits thrombus dissolution in vivo.                                 Therapeutic modulation of Alpha 2 antiplasmin activity may therefore prove an effective strategy to enhance fibrinolysis without significantly increasing the bleeding risk. These results are discussed in an accompanied editorial by Doctor Yurano from Hamamatsu University School of Medicine in Japan.                                 More exciting experimental data in the next paper showing that novel beta arrestin signaling pathways may be viable targets in dilated cardiomyopathy. First author Doctor Reba, corresponding author Dr Solaro, and colleagues from University of Illinois at Chicago treated a dilated cardiomyopathy mouse model expressing a mutant tropomyosin for three months with either a beta-arrestins two biased ligand of the entertance and receptor or losartan and angiotensin receptor blocker as control. Treated mice showed improved cardiac structure and function associated with myofilamins that had significantly improved myofilament calcium responsiveness. Which was depressed in the untreated mice.                                 These functional changes were mediated through beta arrestin which may have a novel role in increasing MLC2V phosphorylation through a previously unrecognized interaction of beta arrestin localized to the sarcamore. Thus, long term beta arrestin 2 biased agnonism of the angiotensin receptor may be a viable approach to the treatment of dilated cardiomyopathy. Not only by preventing maladaptive signaling but also by improving cardiac function by altering the myofilament calcium response via beta-arrestin signaling pathways. The concept of a two in one angiotensin receptor blocker and calcium sensitizer is discussed in accompanying editorial by Doctors Wu, Ju, and Siao from Peking university in China.                                 The final paper asks the question "are three arterial graphs better than two coronary artery bypass grafting?" Doctor Galdino and colleagues from Weill Cornell Medicine in New York performed a meta analysis of eight propensity score matched observational studies on more than 10,000 matched patients comparing the long term outcomes coronary artery bypass grafting with the use of two verses three arterial graphs.                                 They found that the use of a third arterial condo et in bypass grafting is a associated with superia long term survival irrespective of sex and diabetes status and without a higher operative risk. These results therefore support a strategy of the use of a third arterial graph and really deserve confirmation in prospective randomized trials. Well, that's it for the summaries. Let's welcome our guests.                                 Our topic for discussion today is so exciting. In fact, I am going to read from the paper describing it as an exciting, new, and important field of investigation where we start to understand how nutrition, our gut micro-community composition, and our genetics actually all play a part in Cardiovascular Disease. And to discuss this paper I have the first and corresponding author Doctor Wilson Tang from Cleveland Clinic Foundation as well as Doctor Nikhil Munshi, Associate Editor from UT Southwestern. Welcome Wilson and Nik! Nik:                        Thank you. Wilson:                 Thank you. Caroline:              Wilson, please set the stage for us! What does our gut microbiome have to do with cardiovascular disease? I agree it's a hot area but, you know, could you just describe what it actually means. Wilson:                 This has been somewhat of an accidental discovery from our group when we start encountering different types of metabolites that we measure to kind of associate them with Cardiovascular Disease. And unbeknownst to us, some of them are produced by the bacteria that live inside us to which we convert and try to eliminate. So one such metabolite that we identify is, which in many of the foods that we tell our patients, advise our patients that have high risk of Cardiovascular Disease. So all these connections come together to form a scientific basis to which how one of the biggest environmental exposures that we have which is what we eat every day is filtered by trillions of bacteria that live inside us and many of these metabolites become hormones that effect our every day function and activity.                                 And, in many ways, can actually lead to diseases that are so remote from the gut but such as Cardiovascular Disease, Atherosclerosis, and we further identify these process and they impact downstream organ function like heart function and kidney function. So these are all very excited areas and this is just one of several metabolites. There are other metabolites that also impact blood pressure and even brain function and so all these areas become kind of a new avenue for us to look at potential therapeutic targets. Caroline:              Yeah I think it's so completely fascinating that we can actually each experience a given meal differently based on the different types of gut microbial communities in our bodies isn't it? And that that actually can effect things all the way from atheroscleroses, to obesity, insulin resistance, and so on. Could you give us a specific example from your research? Wilson:                 We actually identified a metabolite, a very small molecule called Trimethylamine N-oxide, we abbreviate it as TMAO. And TMAO is actually formed from the bacteria from a precursor called Trigosamine which is, you know, gas. In other words, the bacteria taken substances of nutrients such as choline and connetine which is actually common in many foods but particularly in red meats, in egg yolks, and many other foods that we know are potential contributors to Cardiovascular Disease.                                 And actually converted into this gaseous compound that our liver converted into a neutral compound, that we think is neutral for a long time and nitrogenous waste, except that when we have both animal studies and human studies patients with high levels of this TMAO metabolite has been associated with a high risk of Cardiovascular Disease. And in fact in animal studies we have direct evidence that show its contributing to the mechanistic compartment. Caroline:              Now extrapolating from what you just said so vegetarians, for example, or vegans even more so, would have less TMAO levels then? Wilson:                 Yeah, obviously there are wide variation in these levels actually change almost by the minute because obviously we eat different times of the day and it comes in and out of our bodies. But in general, yes, in other studies that we actually identified a higher level of in carnivores which are meat eaters verses vegans and vegetarians who do not eat meat. Wilson:                 Yeah and we actually use... I sort of labeled choline and connetine to actually directly show that the synthesis of TMA and TMAO by a labeled connetine is higher in meat eaters, carnivores, verses vegetarian or vegans. Caroline:              Oh, I really have to ask both you Wilson and Nik the following question then. What do you think is the, you know, take home message? How do you apply this clinically and even more cheeky, perhaps, how are you applying this in your own life? I mean with this knowledge have you become vegetarian? I'm putting you on the spot here. Wilson:                 I think this is basically a very scientific demonstration of how what we eat does impact our every day bodily function. And I think many cultures have this identification. Obviously many Asian cultures have seen the impact of food. In fact, it actually opens entire insight into how different medicinal food may actively be impacting the gut microbiome that actually creates different effects in the body. But in terms of diet and nutrients, yeah I have totally have eaten less meat in my every day dietary habits.                                 I definitely think it's something that is certainly quite insightful and probably very impactful. That being said, I think different cultures also have different populations of microbiome and I think it's not a one size fits all. In fact I think every individual has his own dynamic ranges and we are still in the very very first early stage of understanding how this impact helps in disease. So there's a lot of excitement and there's a lot of technology that hopefully can help us to unravel this mystery. Caroline:              Exactly, a new and important field just like you said. Nik, what do you think? Nik:                        From my standpoint, I'm actually not a big meat-eater so this was very welcomed news when this all came out. But, you know, from another standpoint it really opens up a lot of new questions. You know, it kind of blurs the line between sort of genetics and environmental factors. You know, so the questions of maybe a family who shares certain genetic traits may also share certain environmental traits. In other words, they share certain gut microbial components and maybe this sort of complicates how we're going to disentangle some of these risk factors going forward. I'm interested to get Wilson's take on this. Wilson:                 Yeah it gives us a lot of insight to the I guess what happens is the microbiome is isolated in the family lineage because the lifestyle exposure are very similar in each household. So, what we thought is inherent is being inherited from both the genomic but also a microbiome perspective. Caroline:              Nik, you manage this paper. I really love, for example, that figure which I think everyone should get ahold of the journal and have a look at. Could you tell us a little bit more about this category of papers? Wilson:                 I'm sort of charged with this task of bringing sort of basic Science across the aisle to clinicians so that we can all sort of talk the same language and perhaps interact on a higher level. And so I was really excited reading some of Wilson's work and you know I really wanted to bring that to some of our broad readership just so that we could sort of appreciate what sort of science was going and I really think that this is a really great example of something that's on the verge of being translated.                                 You know you can imagine that by either effecting certain metabolite compositions or maybe by treating certain subsets of bacteria we may be able to influence long term cardiovascular risks not to mention obesity, diabetes, and some of these other diseases that Wilson is actively working on. So I really read this with a lot of excitement and I wanted to bring this to a broader audience and you know we have a number of other articles that are in the pipeline that I think will serve to bridge this gap and put us on the same field so that we can kind of speak the same language. Caroline:              Wilson, did you have a good time sort of writing something like this its not long. Wilson:                 It's actually very difficult. In fact, its just like writing poetry. You know it's hard to write in simple and short sentences. So it actually was a big challenge for me and I really thank the opportunity to be able to do that but I also want to emphasize I think it was a very insightful experience for me too. Because as a practicing physician and a commissioned scientist don't always merge these too few, these two areas in a way to actually see the importance we like to learn the science and try to explore I think clinicians really need to take charge and learn exciting science that's occurring. I think this is a wonderful avenue and I applaud [inaudible 00:18:10] for setting this radio [inaudible 00:18:11] Caroline:              Well listeners you heard it first here on Circulation On The Run it is poetry by Wilson Tang. So please, please pick up a copy of today's journal and don't forget to tune in again next week!

  • 01:53:40

    30: Jacqueline S. Casey

    · The Poster Boys

    Best known as a designer and later director of the Office of Publications at MIT, Jacqueline Casey created some of the most striking graphics for lectures and events at the prestigious school for over 30 years. This month on the podcast, Brandon and Sam look back at the work and career from one of America’s most prominent practitioners of the Swiss Style before opening the Flat File and discussing the film posters created for Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 science fiction classic, 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY. SHOW NOTES & LINKS WOMEN OF GRAPHIC DESIGN MID-CENTURY MODERN WOMEN IN THE VISUAL ARTS by Gloria Fowler, illustrated by Ellen Surrey The Beauty of Letterpress - Lustig Elements RIT Graphic Design Archive RIT Library - Images The Humanistic Designer: Jacqueline Casey Woman at the Edge of Technology Meggs’ History of Graphic Design Women in Graphic Design Cooper and Casey at MIT Designer Jacqueline S. Casey Dies at 65 Posters: Jacqueline S. Casey - 30 Years of Design at MIT McCall Studios - 2001: A Space Odyssey Robert McCall Sketches Interview with Robert McCall Music selections: “Bass on Titles” opening theme, “Also Sprach Zarathustra” by Eumir Deodato; The Blue Danube from the 2001: A Space Odyssey original soundtrack. Follow Brandon Schaefer at @seekandspeak, and Sam Smith at @samsmyth. Special thanks to producer Adrian Cobb.

  • 00:48:28

    ADU 0625: INTERVIEW WITH ANDY LUTEN: The man who uncovered details around Casey Neistat’s FAA investigation

    · Ask Drone U

    Andy Luten is the drone pilot and travel blogger who petitioned the FAA for information about their investigation of YouTuber Casey Neistat.  We were lucky enough to sit down and chat with him about his inquiry into the details of Neistat's case.  He talks with Paul about what he learned from the FAA's information and speaks about the importance of responsible drone pilots.  Thanks for the interview, Andy!  Fly safe everyone!Get your questions answered: you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us really quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! us:Site - - - - - your copy of "Livin’ the Drone Life" - your copy of our Part 107 Study Guide - Access to Andy's travel blog - Paul gives some background information regarding the FAA investigation about Casey Neistat Andy Luten logs on to Ask Drone U Andy Luten tells listeners about YouTuber Casey Neistat and his reputation of "pushing the boundaries" Andy talks about Casey Neistat's casual attitude towards Part 107 laws Did Casey Neistat know that he was flying in controlled airspace, and not flying as per FAA regulations? Why are you obligated to fly responsibly as a drone pilot? Did Casey Neistat call and get permission to fly in controlled airspace? What did Andy Luten find out from the freedom of information request? Can any individual file a freedom of information request? What information did Andy Luten receive from the complaints that were filed against Casey Neistat? How can you protect yourself against nefarious competitors? How did FAA react to complaints against Casey Neistat? Is there strong proof of Casey Neistat flying in controlled airspace? Discussing pros and cons of FAA's approach to regulating Part 107 laws from a macro and micro perspective Should you risk flying your drone in controlled airspace? What is the worst case scenario? What do you think about FAA's decision in the Casey Neistat case? How does this affect the drone industry, and what kind of an example does this set? How can the drone community can watch out for each other and result in a safer airspace? Will the FAA react strongly in case of a catastrophic drone incident? How can you build a strong following and a healthy business?

  • 00:53:46

    OMR #74 mit Casey Neistat

    · OMR Podcast I Interviews zu Digital Business, Start-Ups und alles rund um's Marketing - by Online Marketing Rockstars

    Mit mehr als sieben Millionen Youtube-Abonnenten ist Casey Neistat einer der größten Youtube-Stars der Welt. Im OMR Podcast erklärt er genau, wie er seine Reichweite aufgebaut hat und warum Brands – auch ohne inhaltliche Kontrolle – so gern mit ihm zusammenarbeiten.Alle Themen vom OMR Podcast mit Youtube-Star Casey Neistat im Überblick:Wenn Ihr Casey Neistat nicht kennt: Das macht der Typ und deshalb ist er so bekannt (ab 3:14)Wie ist er mit Youtube gestartet und wann ging der große Erfolg los? (ab 4:55)Was Casey durch seinen Youtube-Vlog über sich selbst gelernt hat (ab 6:41)Weshalb Casey Youtube-Werbung (Pre-Roll) erst recht spät zugelassen hat und wieso Aufmerksamkeit für ihn die wichtigere Währung ist (ab 9:21)Wie sieht der typische Casey-Fan bei Youtube aus? (ab 11:55)Warum sind Caseys Follower so loyal? (ab 15:03)Deshalb hält er die Kommentar-Funktion von Youtube derzeit für unbrauchbar und das würde er als Youtube-CEO anders machen (ab 18:25)Gibt es Brands, die aus seiner Sicht auf Youtube clever agieren? (ab 20:25)Wie sieht Casey Neistats Job bei CNN jetzt aus? (ab 23:00)Was sind seine Storytelling-Tipps für Youtube-Videos? (ab 25:28)So hart arbeitet Casey jeden Tag – und das hat sein erstes Kind damit zu tun (ab 26:18)Warum macht er auch mal Werbung für ein Produkt, obwohl er gar kein Geld dafür bekommt? (ab 28:10)Casey hat ein Video für Samsung zur Oscar-Verleihung gemacht. Das steckt dahinter (ab 31:20)Lightning Round mit den kleinen unwichtigen Fragen des Lebens – und Caseys Antworten (ab 33:02)Zusatz-Gespräch mit Philipp Westermeyer und Pit Gottschalk: Die Story von Pit Gottschalks Tweet zu Casey Neistat und seine Sicht auf die Dinge (ab 33:56)

  • Periscope Broadcasting for Your Business with Casey Zeman

    · Marketing Access Pass | Web Marketing | Work From

    Would you like to build an authentic relationship with your audience? Try Periscope live broadcasting! I invited Casey Zeman to the show to share his experience using Periscope and his new Periscope marketing tool that will take your video marketing to the next level. Episode Featured Guest: Casey Zeman Casey Zeman is the bestselling author of 'Build Your Audience with Live Video'. He is the Founder of the webinar platform “EasyWebinar” with over 6,000 customers he has figured out what works and what doesn’t. Recently he has launched a new business that provides analytics and marketing software for Periscope at Fullscope.TV.  He's also consulted for big brand companies like Harper Collins, Estee Lauder, and Dell. He’s been featured on Entrepreneur, CreativeLive, Social Media Examiner and more. In This Podcast Episode You Will Learn: How to use live broadcasts to increase engagement with your audience Ways to grow your email list using Periscope broadcasts Ways to grow your email list using Periscope broadcasts How to grow a tribe of loyal fans who are anxiously waiting to hear from you Why industry influencers love using Periscope for marketing How to finally generate income online using videos Links and Resources Mentioned in the Show: - Casey's podcast and blog – Casey's analytic/marketing software – Casey's Webinar Marketing Tool - Casey's free training course YouTube - Watch Casey on his YouTube channel Twitter – Follow Casey on Twitter! Facebook – Connect with Casey on Facebook! Don’t Miss an Episode. Subscribe to One of the Links Below: Click Here to Subscribe via iTunes Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Thank you for Listening to the Podcast! If you’ve found value in this episode of the Marketing Access Pass Podcast, I would love to hear about it! Please head on over to iTunes and leave me a Rating and Review (5 stars would be awesome!) so others who are interested in starting an online business can find the show and learn how to escape the “rat-race”. Click here to learn how to leave a rating and review. If you have any questions or comments about this show, please post them in the comments area below and my guest and I would more than happy to answer them.

  • 00:48:57

    Raising Our Children, Growing Ourselves with Casey O'Roarty, Episode 12

    · The Happiness Mama Podcast with Heather Ash

    My guest for episode 12 of the Happiness Mama Podcast is Casey O’Roarty of Casey is a mama, blogger, podcaster, parent educator, and coach. I love the tagline of Joyful Courage, which is “raising our children while growing ourselves.” Before our conversation, I knew we had a lot in common, but wow! We are both former school teachers, both have done positive discipline training, both started blogging and then podcasting, both do coaching, both love mindfulness and personal growth, and we also both love the Outlander books by Diana Gabaldon! Wow! Talk about “sisters from another mister!” (Ha ha! I learned that one from Casey.) I loved hearing about her journey from being a teacher in a one-room schoolhouse in the mountains (really!) to becoming a positive discipline parent educator, and then starting and growing her online business while also growing her family. We talked about so many topics related to being a mindful mama while also filling our own cups and growing ourselves as people, and how the two are so closely related. How can we be the parents we really want to be? Why do we need to nurture ourselves? How can we deal effectively (without jumping on the “crazy train”) when our children manage to push all our buttons? And how can we stay tuned in to our values and make time for things like self-care and meditation? Listen, and find out! You’ll also learn how getting a tattoo can make you a better parent, and learn about the man who encourages her every time she takes a drive. I had so much fun talking with Casey O’Roarty, and I think you’ll love this one, too! Highlights: Teaching in a one-room schoolhouse What it was like teaching while wearing and caring for her newborn How she created a custom position for herself that allowed her to nurse her baby through circle time How and why she started her online business Positive Discipline live training How positive discipline and her work have affected her life at home Casey’s philosophy on why her children are hers The mindset that helps us be the best parents and the best people we can be How child behavior is like icebergs and weeds #JoyfulCourage10, Casey’s free program to support parents in being the parents they want to be, and the unconventional way she’s delivering it How body awareness and small physical changes can shift things in big ways Making sure we have our toolbox in hand when we need it Creating reminders of our truest values What self-care is (and isn’t) A simple way to do your own women’s circle Quotes: “The hardest parts of being a parent are the richest opportunities for personal growth” ~Casey O’Roarty “We design our lives. And yes, there are instincts. Yes there are things that show up, but they don’t have to. If it’s not serving us, it doesn’t need to define us, and we can choose something different.” ~Casey O’Roarty Links and Books Mentioned In This Episode: Joyful Courage, which is Casey’s website, and the link to her #JoyfulCourage10 free program, which is Positive Discipline Positive Discipline Parent Educator Training Soul Navigation Cards Tattoos from Danielle LaPorte Essential oils from Happiness Mama Essential Oils! Happiness Mama is now offering essential oils to support you in your wellness and happiness journey. You can learn more and get started with essential oils here: Subscribe and Spread the Word! Make sure you get all the episodes by subscribing via I-Tunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcatcher. (Mine is Podcast Addict!) And you can help me and our mindful mama sisters out by leaving a review on iTunes or Stitcher. More reviews will help me get the podcast to more ears. How to Subscribe to the Happiness Mama Podcast: Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to listen on Google Play Music Stay in Touch: Make sure you’re getting the Newsletter! Sign up below for the Happiness Mama Newsletter and get a free guided meditation to relax and release tension and stress. Also if you want to join a wonderful community of like-minded women, come on over to the Happiness Mama Community. It’s a free, kind, and supportive community of women consciously creating our happiest lives and encouraging each other along the way. Thank you so much for listening! I hope this podcast helps you live into your truest values. You deserve happiness!

  • 00:48:34

    008: The Temperature of Life: Thyroid Health with Dr. Denis Wilson

    · The Entrepology Podcast

    Today we are talking to Dr. Denis Wilson, an integrative practitioner practicing in Florida, as well as an entrepreneur, with a passion for understanding the tempo and the temperature of life. Dr. Wilson doesn’t just have a passing interest in thyroid health, he has a thyroid syndrome named after him. He is kind, witty and knowledgeable about a topic that affects so many of us — adrenal and thyroid health. Dr. Wilson explains that the thyroid gland sets the pace of life. You won’t want to miss this episode.   Key Takeaways: [:29] Thank you to our sponsor, Legacy. [1:58] What influenced Dr. Wilson’s interest in thyroid and adrenal health and his journey to a holistic approach to practicing medicine? [4:28] It really isn’t logical to expect thyroid dysfunction to show up on a blood test. [6:39] Metabolism problems may be caused by lack of thyroid hormone, or by difficulty converting the thyroid hormone. [7:17] 37 degrees Celsius is a good baseline body temperature. [8:20] The creator of the TSH blood test was worried that doctors would put too much store in the test and ignore other signs and symptoms of thyroid dysfunction. [9:49] Toxins and stress may be playing a big role in the current thyroid dysfunction epidemic. [11:06] Blue light is also a problem for hormone function. [11:56] Treating adrenal fatigue sometimes cures symptoms of thyroid dysfunction. [13:16] What exactly is adrenal fatigue? [16:03] Not everyone who experiences stress will develop adrenal fatigue. [17:09] How does Dr. Wilson manage stress? [18:57] What are some common symptoms of adrenal fatigue? [20:42] Dr. Wilson likes to try treating his patients with “potent groceries,” before running “a ton of tests.” [22:15] Dr. Wilson uses therapies to reboot hormone pathways. [25:19] Can someone come off of thyroid medication? [27:16] What about autoimmune thyroid conditions like Hashimoto’s and Grave’s? [28:53] How can low temperatures lead to autoimmune conditions? [31:08] Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome is a reversible problem. [34:02] Dr. Wilson absolutely tests temperature on every patient he sees. [36:11] How should someone take their temperature to ensure an accurate reading? [40:34] Health is optimal function of the body, mind and spirit. [41:00] Take this month’s quiz about stress and adrenal fatigue at [41:38] Dr. Wilson incorporates a really unique flashcard system into his morning routine. [43:32] Dr. Wilson prefers to read non-fiction. [44:05] Dr. Wilson likes Celestial Seasonings Apple and Cinnamon. [44:52] What does Dr. Wilson do for fun? [46:00] Entrepreneurism may be an inherent personality trait, or may be learned. [48:03] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to the Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a quick review.     Mentioned in This Episode: Hypothyroidism: The Unsuspected Illness, by Broda Barnes DUTCH Test Geratherm Thermometer Legacy

  • 00:40:20

    CW 881- Doug Casey - Live In Aspen, Colorado Part 2

    · Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

    With hurricanes and tropical storms at the forefront of the news these days, Jason kicks off this episode by speaking with Ed Babkes about the difference in weather-related insurance policies, why investors pay more for these policies and how to eliminate the need for flood insurance for your property. And later, the second part of Doug Casey’s interview from Aspen, Colorado. Mr. Casey is a self-proclaimed Anarchist Libertarian who warns of a forthcoming economic depression in the United States. Key Takeaways: [01:21] A quote from Franklin D. Roosevelt about real estate. [04:24] Ed explains the differences between weather-related insurance coverage. [09:05] The government charged investor-owned properties more than owner occupied properties. [12:46] Elevation certifications can eliminate the need for flood insurance for some. [17:56] Information on the new Amazon Echo contest, the upcoming Venture Alliance, and the Meet the Master’s events.   Doug Casey Guest Interview Part 2:   [20:27] Will technology keep the US lifestyle status quo in the face of inflation? [25:48] Governments all over the world are seriously bankrupt. [29:18] The welfare or the warfare state? [33:54] A good thing about the upcoming depression. [35:30] Why Inflation is much worse than income tax Mentioned in This Episode: Jason Hartman Doug Casey Interview - Part 1 New Amazon Echo Contest Venture Alliance Mastermind Meet the Masters of Income Property Short-term Rental Council - Apply to be a participant   Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson The International Man Casey Research Doug Casey Books

  • 00:45:07

    Episode 24: Positive Discipline and Joyful Courage with Casey O'Roarty (part 1)

    · Mindful Mama Movement Podcast

    In today's show, Episode 24th, we are excited to share with you our fun conversation with Casey O'Roarty! Dive right into listening - seriously - Casey is not only awesome and full of wisdom - but so real and so dang funny.  She is a Positive Discipline coach and creator of Joyful Courage. Casey share's how rough it was becoming a mom and what she learned about herself as a stay-at-home mom during the early years. Casey shares how some of the darker moments and the challenges she's faced in motherhood led her to learning the philosophy of Positive Discipline.  This practice worked so well for her, that she says it changed the dynamic of her family, and it also led her to become a Positive Discipline parent educator. Casey talks about how to use Positive Discipline with not only toddlers, but with teenagers. We talk about how to help our kids develop coping skills and how important it is to do our soul-work as moms. We also explore how important it is as we are nurturing our children, that we learn how to nurture ourselves and as Casey says, "get our stuff together."  One practice that has really helped Casey on her path to mindfulness is meditation, and she shares a simple way of focusing on your breath and how that helps you learn more about your triggers so that you can return to a place of calm.  Such an invaluable practice in motherhood! Today you'll hear part 1 and then listen to Episode 25 for part 2. To learn more about Casey and her parenting services, visit her website Joyful Courage.  You can find her Joyful Courage Podcast HERE.   Stop by our Mindful Mama Movement Group on Facebook. Click HERE to join us! Today's show is brought to you by Home Holistic and A Free Spirit Life. Thanks for listening. We heart you. Shannon & Ashley

  • 00:03:19

    Casey Simpson vs. Mace Coronel Part 2: The Casey Strikes Back!

    · PipersPicks.TV (Pick Me!)

    HoLy PiPeRoNi! It’s The Revenge of Casey Simpson! Casey Simpson ToTaLLy calls out Mace Coronel on Mace’s swag comment from our last KCA interview! Does the hair change get Casey more attention from girls? Who has more swag and how can you have more swag!? That’s a tough one…but Casey just upped the stakes!  It’s always fun to interview Casey and Mace from Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn and this time around, things get funnier! Casey has lots of info plus a new movie on the way! Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library sounds AwEsOmE, so watch for that! He’s also sporting a blue and red cast…that he let me sign!  Mace mysteriously brings a little less info to KCA 2017. In fact, we may not have been speaking with the real Mace because he didn’t seem to know exactly what was happening with Dicky Harper on #NRDD, but he did have a theory on Casey’s arm! YouTube views, watch for polls! You definitely don’t want to miss this one!???? ----------------------------------------------------------------------- PIPER on iMDB: ----------------------------------------------------------------------- REGISTER on PIPERSPICKS.TV: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER: FACEBOOK: ©2017 Piper's Picks® TV =====================

  • 01:05:53

    PNR 160: The Business Case for Content Marketing as PR

    · PNR: This Old Marketing | Content Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose

    In this episode of This Old Marketing, Joe and Robert discuss the result of focusing too much on Facebook for content distribution. GoPro closes down their media division and CNN hires Casey Neistat to launch a new media property. Rants and raves include and the business case for leveraging content marketing as public relations. This Old Marketing example - UK National Trust. This week's story links: Two years after buying Elite Daily, the Daily Mail says the Facebook publisher is worthless GoPro Cutting 15% of Workforce, Closes Entertainment Unit How Casey Neistat Used Content Marketing To Sell Beme CNN to launch new media platform with Casey Neistat EPISODE SPONSOR  Intelligent Content Conference - Sign up now at RANTS AND RAVES TOM - The National Trust

  • 7CEO 018: How To Have An Exit Strategy with Casey Graham

    · The 7-Figure CEO Podcast

    Today you're going to hear from Casey as he shares seven lessons learned from the process of selling The Rocket Company. This episode will help you if you're interested in selling a company or think you might one day down the road.  There are some things you can do right now that will help prepare you for when that day comes. Casey started The Rocket Company eight years ago to help serve church leaders in North America.  It was listed on the INC 5000 Fastest Growing Companies list three years in a row and continues to grow in resourcing pastors.  To read more about why Casey sold The Rocket Company click here to this blog post. Links FREE DOWNLOAD The Mentor System - How To Land A Quality Mentor To Fast Forward Your Leadership And Business Growth: Blog Post About Why Casey Sold The Rocket Company: How To Grow Your Leadership With An Advisory Board With Ken Polk Podcast: Sales Mojo - Outsourced Sales Team To Help You Sell More: *Email me if your revenue is over $500,000 and you're interested in learning more. Contact Casey: Follow Casey And What's Next: Next Steps Surround Yourself With People Who Are At The Next Level If you want to go to the next level you have to have people around you who are already at the next level. The board of advisors Casey surrounded himself with helped him through the process over the past two years to ensure he handled the sell of the company well. The skill of having these kinds of people doesn't come naturally to everyone, but we have put together a step-by-step system that can help you.  Download it free at Build A Strong Leadership Team If you're interested in exiting your company, you have to understand that you are not the business and the business is not you.  Many entrepreneurs belief they are the same as their business, but it makes it nearly impossible to separate yourself from the company and grow like you need to. If you're interested in exiting your company one day, then you must make the separation. One of the best ways to do that is to have a strong leadership team.  As the leader and CEO of the company, you should focus your time on allocating financial and people assets and allow others to lead the day-to-day operations of the business. Small company leaders delegate what they're not good at to others.  Large company leaders delegate everything regardless of their strengths and it allows the business to scale faster. The best thing you can do is to recruit and empower strong leaders to take over the day-to-day operations of the company. Build Monthly Recurring Revenue Monthly recurring revenue allows you the freedom to not have to continually sell to pay the bills month after month.  One of the biggest numbers someone interested in buying your company will review is the predictable, future income in your business.  Regardless of your industry there are opportunities to add recurring revenue to your business and that is attractive to prospective buyers. Document Everything. Now. You need to have a document for everything if you ever want to sell your company. Having things documented will allow you to clearly communicate the details of how your business works which is very important to a buyer. Even if you're not close to selling your business, start documenting now to save the time down the road.  Documenting allows you to duplicate the functions and roles in your business too, making training and onboarding easier. Here are some examples of what you should document: Budgets Spreadsheets Legal documents Marketing processes Product pricing structures Internal systems Job descriptions Contractor agreements Have The Right Legal Advisors It's so important to invest in the right legal counsel to protect you in every business si...

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    50: Dan Wilson

    · The One You Feed - Learn Good Habits to Increase Mindfulness and Happiness and Decrease Anxiety and Depression

    [powerpress]  This week we talk to Dan WilsonThis is another interview that has great personal significance to us. Dan was part of Trip Shakespeare which is one of Eric's all-time favorite bands. He also went on to form Semisonic another band that we loved.Dan Wilson is a Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, producer, and visual artist. He is known as the leader of the band Semisonic, for which he wrote the Grammy-nominated "Closing Time" and the international hit "Secret Smile." Wilson has also released several solo recordings, including the 2014 release Love Without Fear. He was also a member of the Minneapolis psychedelic rock band Trip Shakespeare.Wilson is also an acclaimed and highly successful co-writer and producer, who has collaborated with a diverse array of artists including: Adele, Pink,Keith Urban, Weezer, Dierks Bentley, John Legend, Taylor Swift, Nas, Spoon, Alex Clare, Birdy, and Preservation Hall Jazz Band.His collaborations have earned him two Grammy Awards. His first was the 2007 Song of the Year Grammy for "Not Ready to Make Nice," one of the six songs he co-wrote with the Dixie Chicks for their Album of the Year winning Taking the Long Way. Wilson also shared in the 2012 Grammy for Album of the year for his work as a producer of the hit "Someone Like You," one of the three songs he co-wrote with Adele for her album 21. In This Interview Dan and I Discuss...The One You Feed parable.Neither wolf wins permanently, the battle always goes on.How what we focus on grows.How a good plan and acting is better than waiting on a great plan.Nurturing our gifts to the world.How malleable our lives and character really are.The meaning between Love Without Fear.What stands out to him from the Trip Shakespeare time.How Trip Shakespeare wrote songs.The Trip Shakespeare re-release project.The art of reinterpretation.Dealing with comparison and envy.Life changing advice from Frank StellaDan Wilson LinksDan Wilson HomepageDan Wilson 6 Second SongwritingDan Wilson TumblrDan Wilson TwitterDan Wilson Facebook Some of our most popular interviews that you might also enjoy:Kino MacGregorStrand of OaksMike Scott of the WaterboysTodd Henry- author of Die EmptyRandy Scott Hyde          

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    091: FEAR NOT! Even Martin Scorsese needs reassurance (w/ Casey Destefano)

    · Your Creative Push

    Casey is an accomplished Director and Producer in film & TV, but she is now dedicating her life to inspire entrepreneurial mothers to live their dream while sneaking ice cream behind her children’s back.  And to do this, she has created a new podcast, “Women With Balls… In the Air.” Full shownotes: In this episode, Casey discusses: -How she got her start as a PA at Nickelodeon in New York City, but she realized quickly that she wanted to be in the field rather than stuck in an office. -Why she started her podcast, "Women With Balls ... In the Air." -How she wanted to be a dancer, but then realized that she might be better at something else, which is what drove her to TV & Film. -One of her best creative moments when she was sick and had to finish a project for class, but still enjoyed doing it (and got an A). -How she got to shadow Martin Scorsese and how even he is vulnerable and needs self-reassurance. -One of her most unenjoyable times in her career when she sold out. -One of her best moments, when she was able to direct for the first time. -How she loves to learn and then teach others what she has learned. -The beautiful affirmation that she often receives that show her that she has made the right decision and that she is going down the correct path. Casey's Final Push will make you realize that you are the only person in the entire world that can express your unique idea and story.   Quotes: "It was one of those defining moments.  'This is what I have to do.'" "We're all creatives together and we all have fears.  That never stops." "I think everyone should sell out just once in their career because it teaches you so many lessons." "I learn and then I teach.  I learn and then I teach.  I learn and then I teach." "Motherhood is really difficult if you're already living your dream." "There is no one that is going to give you a chance.  You have to go out there and get the chance yourself." Links mentioned: Women With Balls... In the Air (iTunes) Connect with Casey: Website / Podcast / Facebook / Twitter

  • 21 - Casey Crescenzo from The Dear Hunter

    · The Curator Podcast

    This podcast is primarily about creativity, and over the course of the past twenty episodes I’ve spoken to some pretty productive people. Casey Crescenzo is probably amongst the most productive. Over the course of ten years The Dear Hunter’s oeuvre is as impressive in its scope as it is in its musical diversity, with their album/EP collection ‘The Color Spectrum’ comprising 36 songs all on its own. Which is wonderful, because the genre hopping nature of their music is about is staggering as the sheer volume. As you’ll find out when you listen to the podcast, Casey is the kind of guy who treats songwriting like a job and it’s this approach which many productive artists seem to share in common, whether they’re aware of it or not. Except, Casey is a super passionate and insightful guy, and is just so thankful that he gets to do what he does. There’s no lengthy story in this week’s show notes about how I first got into The Dear Hunter. Instead, all I can offer is rumination on their music – it’s deep, it’s cinematic, it somehow feels weighty. How people classify progressive rock music is anyone’s guess, but to me this just feels like epic rock music, and that’s why I’m drawn to it. It’s bursting with ideas, it’s driven by a strong sense of narrative yet still somehow feels hugely personal. They are, in just about every single way, the exact opposite of the punk rock that I grew up listening to. Except, their sound is more immediate than most prog bands. There’s a peppiness to the melodies which means that hooks come thick and fast, and never leave your head. Highlights include: The connotations of the very term “prog rock” and the diversity of that genre He tries not to pigeonhole the sound because it can limit the creative scope The music he grew up on sounds nothing like his band Casey thinks that perhaps one of the reasons they aren’t a huge band is because they aren’t in a specific genre Coming from a creative household and when Casey remembers wanting to be a guitar player/songwriter When people who consider themselves high art conduct interviews like they’re special, I never look at myself like that. I just think, this is a way for me to speak. Parents being receptive to being a musician, but also being wary because they’d seen the pitfalls of being a career musician His parents worry more about Casey when he does something different as opposed to worrying about the pressure of the work “Do the thing that you believe you should do – don’t worry about what they’re going to think until it’s too late” “The moment when I worry about people think is when an album is finished, mastered and ready to go out” On the fear of having your art accepted - “As a creative person it should only be self-expression, but that’s the scariest thing: if you’re doing it only out of self-expression, at some point it goes through a filter and becomes a product…and it’s up to whoever buys it to think whatever they want about it.” Wanting people to take away something from a record that you put into it, and hoping that the opposite doesn’t happen Wanting to give people what they want after letting him do The Dear Hunter for ten years, but it doesn’t have any bearing on what he’s doing when he’s doing it – only after the creation is complete does the hope and fear set in It’s taken a lot of hard work to find an audience for The Dear Hunter It’s good that there are musicians out there that still makes music that makes people think and isn’t all about creating hits Music as a product is okay, but it’s a different world from the kind of world bands like The Dear Hunter operate in where people want music that provides them a little bit more The discipline of creating music and treating it like work comes from his parents The feeling of euphoria after completing a piece of work is worth any amount time or work We chat about the graphic novel for Act I How Kevin Pereira making the orchestra for Act IV happen How Act IV is like the culmination of every element The Dear Hunter have incorporated into their sound And a whole bunch more stuff! Casey is a very open and honest guy, and his passion shines through in this interview. I hope you enjoy it. Featured Music Intro: Voodoo Puppets – Electric Chair Blues (used under CC licence, you can check it out here). The Dear Hunter - The Old Haunt The Dear Hunter - Wait The Dear Hunter - Ouroboros I make no claim to the copyright of any of the music in this episode. Links 'Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise' is available now through Equal Vison Records. You can get it, and the rest of their discography, over here. Please check them out on Face

  • How to Design Your Bike Trip & The Future of Adventure Cycle Touring : Epic Bike Rides With Casey Greene : Zero To Travel Podcast

    · Zero To Travel Podcast : National Geographic Type

    In this - the final episode of our Epic Bike Rides Week series -, I speak with Casey Greene. Casey works as a cartographer for the Adventure Cycling Association – a non-profit organisation that aims to inspire people to explore the world by bike. That means Casey gets paid to create and update maps and bike routes. What an exciting job! Casey is also a pioneer in a new form of bike touring. In this episode, he talks about that, what it means for the future of bike touring, and how to plan the perfect bike trip. Listen in to find out: The two different ways to view adventure cycling How to make a map How to design an adventure The best way to fly on your way to and from a bike trip What pack biking is The future of cycle touring The most accessible bike rides for beginners How the Adventure Cycling Association helps cyclists Resources Mentioned Casey Greene’s blog Adventure Cycling Association How To Quit Your Job and Travel the World How I Design Adventure To listen to the other podcast episodes in this series, see the cycle touring archive. The post How to Design Your Bike Trip & The Future of Adventure Cycle Touring : Epic Bike Rides With Casey Greene : Zero To Travel Podcast appeared first on Zero to Travel.

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    Ep. 293: The State Episode with Doug Casey and Charles Hugh Smith with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

    · Trend Following with Michael Covel

    Michael Covel presents “The State Episode” featuring interviews with Doug Casey and Charles Hugh Smith. State power and central planning are two of the topics on today’s show, and both guests love taking a stab at the state. First, Michael Covel speaks with Doug Casey. Casey is the founder and chairman of Casey Research, a provider of paid subscription newsletter services espousing libertarian viewpoints as the justification for the purchase of highly speculative microcap stocks, precious metals, and other investments. Casey and Covel discuss what it’s like having traveled to over 175 countries and where one can find social and economic liberty today in this world; the advantages of being a perpetual tourist; why Casey describes himself as an anarchist; if whether there is a purpose anymore to voting in the United States of America; loyalty to the country where you were born; those who rule out the possibility of a financial panic in the future; quantitative easing and currency debasement; and what was the trigger for Casey’s turn at life as a global traveler. Next, Michael Covel speaks with Charles Hugh Smith. Smith is an American writer and blogger. He is the chief writer for the site "Of Two Minds". Started in 2005, this site has been listed No. 7 in CNBC's top alternative financial sites. Smith's economic works stress the value and efficacy of decentralizing power and wealth, the individual's power of self-determination and the value of community, which in his view has been diminished by the state. Smith and Covel discuss how winners and are being selected by the state as exemplified by the 2008 financial crisis; alliances between corporations and the state; why there might be an uproar if equity markets were not at all-time highs; what happens when the typical wage earner can no longer substitute debt for earned income; stagnant wages and tradable labor; building your life around non state controlled opportunities; the decentralization of power and wealth; and the reliance on secrecy in politics to avoid accountability. Want a free trend following DVD? Go to

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    · True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers in True Crime History and the Authors That Have Written About Them

    The 2011 Casey Anthony trial became the most sensational news story of the year. Time magazine called it the social media trial of the century. The 22-year-old single mom was charged with three felonies including first degree murder, aggravated child abuse and manslaughter. When pictures surfaced on the internet showing her at a nightclub shortly after her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, went missing, the media and public went ballistic. Thirty-one days passed after Caylee disappeared before police were notified and then it was not mother Casey, but her family that called police and they were pointing fingers at her.  The trial resembled in many ways the Roman Colosseum, where crowds thirsted to see lions devour the captured prisoner. Internet blogs exploded, just as the Roman crowds must have, with demands for execution. The trial's streaming videos and interactive blogs left the public demanding to see an embodiment of Caesar give his final “thumbs down” against their prize. The trial jury was another matter. Jurors cried as the evidence against her was so thin they had no choice but to find her "not guilty."  Almost unnoticed, a few leading journalists protested the media carnival that became the Casey Anthony trial. They objected to the one-sided narrative informing the court of public opinion forgetting there is a difference between someone appearing guilty and the requirement that prosecutors need to prove in court. The media‘s coverage is something we should discuss beginning with: Did police arrest the wrong person? Was the jury right deciding Casey Anthony was "not guilty"?  Was Casey's mother involved in a coverup of a crime aganst Caylee? Who was Cindy protecting, Casey or her husband, George? THE MEDIA'S COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION-CASEY ANTHONY-Keith Long

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    DC #608: DAYS "Chill" aka Casey Deidrick and Chandler Massey Talk Soaps, Comedy and "Doing Me"

    · Daytime Confidential

    They may play the best of frenemies on NBC Daytime's Days of Our Lives, but legions of fans are positively "Chill" with the possibilty of Chad and Will sharing more than a few benefits on the soap. On today's Daytime Confidential podcast, Luke and Jamey welcome Casey Deidrick and Chandler Massey, who this Saturday, March 12 at 7 pm PST, will co-host the hottest sketch comedy show in Los Angeles, ACME Saturday Night. Casey and Chandler's co-hosting gig comes on the heels of their recent appearance in ACME's new improvisational showcase, Celebrity Improv Mashup. Are two of soaps fave teen hunks preparing for dual careers as comedians? You'll think so after this podcast. Casey and Chandler also comment on the phenomenon that is "Chill", revealing their thoughts on the possibilty of their popular characters being Friends of Glee. Then they dish about the onscreen ladies in their lives, Camila Banus, who plays Will Horton's onscreen squeeze Gabi and newcomer Kate Mansi who plays Abby Deveraux, the newly-returned legacy character who has caught Chad's eye. Chandler gives up deets on what it's like working opposite soap superstar Alison Sweeney, who plays his mom Sami on the sudser, while Casey reveals whether or not Joe Mascolo (Stefano) is as scary in real life as he seems on TV. Deidrick also waxes about working his new onscreen sibs James Scott (EJ) and Renee Jones (Lexie). Luke gets to the bottom of why Chandler was given the nickname "Bam-Bam" in college, while Jamey and Chandler bond over their respective, brilliant turns in the cult musical Little Shop of Horrors. Jamey also gets Casey to open up about his real-life breakup with DAYS costar Molly Burnett (Melanie) and whether or not he'll be returning to the hilarious, webisoap Empire for another guest spot next season. Tune in to this podcast to find out why Casey tweeted after the chat @ScuseCaseyD @jamey_giddens "Best. Interview. Ever". Be sure to check out Casey Deidrick and Chandler Massey this weekened co-hosting ACME Saturday Night, located at the ACME Comedy Theatre (135 N. La Brea Ave Hollywood, CA 90036). Not in SoCal? No prob. Watch the show live at