With the Quiet Man and Drew Hannush

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Joining us to celebrate this holiday is Drew Hannush from the Whiskey Lore Podcast to discuss The Quiet Man (1952). We’ve got trivia, fun facts, and commentary on Irish Whiskey. Enjoy the episode! Follow Drew! https://www.whiskey-lore.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWFj9xNxwGioHNSiN1kWZRQ https://www.instagram.com/whiskeylore/

With The Best Books of 2022 and Scott Hebert

Welcome to the 2022 edition of the best books! We are joined again by Scott Hebert to discuss our top six best books from 2022. You can learn more about Scott by following him on YouTube and checking out his website. https://scotthebert.art/ https://www.youtube.com/@ScottHebertArt

With The Alter Ego Effect and Scott Hebert

Scott Hebert returns to the Podcast to discuss The Alter Ego Effect: The Power of Secret Identities to Transform Your Life by Todd Herman. We both loved this book when we read it and share our thoughts and observations on the concept today. The Alter Ego Effect Follow Scott’s Work https://www.youtube.com/c/ScottHebertArt https://dispatchesfromawildman.libsyn.com/

With Blake Powers (BondLifeChicago) and The Anthony Horowitz Bond Trilogy

We are joined on the Podcast today by Blake Powers from Bond Life Chicago. A fellow midwesterner, Blake offers his thoughts on the Anthony Horowitz Bond trilogy. We talk Trigger Mortis, Forever and a Day and With a Mind to Kill. All spoilers, all details, you’ve been warned! Check out Blake’s Work! https://www.instagram.com/bondlifechicago/

Giving Yourself a Challenge | Scott Hebert

Joined on the show again by Scott Hebert to breakdown the results of our London Challenge for writing, and talk about his current challenge to live like Marcus Aurelius. Scott’s Links https://scotthebert.art/ https://www.youtube.com/c/ScottHebert604 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmS6mdg37FFScIhP0QymMFg

Secret Origins of Hard Case Crime | Charles Ardai

The first interview on Suit Up Philosophy was a year ago! Hard to imagine. That guest will always be special. Charles Ardai, editor and co-founder of Hard Case Crime, came on the show to give us an education on the how Hard Case Crime started and sneak peak behind the scenes. I’ll always enjoy mysteries, […]