Seesaw Sessions with Brian Fink

Seesaw Sessions with Brian Fink

What’s the best way to bounce back from failure? In this limited Podcast series, Brian Fink talks with people that have experienced success, learns how they navigated through the ups & downs of their lives, and finds out what advice they would have for others.... Show More

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SHAED may have one of the biggest songs in the country with "Trampoline", but they've been grinding for a long time to make it happen, including previously being a part of seven bands. On this episode, Chelsea, Spencer, & Max talk about overcoming being shot down a lot of times, how Chelsea dealt with her performance anxiety, and where they were the first time they heard "Trampoline" on the radio and in the ... Read more

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Damon Sharpe is a Grammy winning producer, songwriter, and singer, who has sold over 40 million records and even wrote Jennifer Lopez's #1 song "Love Don't Cost A Thing". But when he was starting out, he went from being on a TV show, in a boy band, and on the cover of teen magazines to being unemployed overnight. On this episode, Damon shares how he got thru the dark times of losing literally everything, and how he ... Read more

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Rocky "Soulman" Johnson held 56 titles in his multi-decade Pro Wrestling career. He was the first African American to win the heavyweight title in Florida, Georgia, Texas, and the Carolinas. He's also father of WWE and movie megastar Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. But it took determination to overcome a lot of adversity at a young age. In this episode, Rocky shares his life stories of how he had to leave home at 1... Read more

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Lainey Wilson was named one of 2019's "Next Women Of Country". She has been touring with Morgan Wallen & Rodney Atkins, and even performed at the sold out C2C Festival in London. But when she first got to Nashville, she lived in a bumper-pull camper trailer outside someone's recording studio for three years! On this episode, Lainey shares what got her through that hard time, what kept her going when it felt li... Read more

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Nik Wallenda is the King of the High Wire. But in 2017, after a horrific accident that nearly killed his sister and members of his team, he had to face something he'd never faced before: fear on the wire. On this episode, Nik shares how he overcame that fear. Plus how he got over having multiple TV specials cancelled, and how he moved past being told he would never be allowed to walk across Niagara Falls... which he successfull... Read more

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At the top of his game, Phil "CM Punk" Brooks walked away from a very successful career with the WWE. On this episode, he shares what led to his decision, why he feels everyone should be okay with failing, and how he got the starring role in his new movie "Girl On The Third Floor".

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Armin van Buuren is one of the biggest and most successful DJs in the world. But there was a time when he felt like he had failed his fans and his family. He shares why he felt that way, how he got through it, and how he truly feels about a lot of the early songs he produced. Armin also confesses the real reason he started his record label Armada, what his biggest failure has been, and, having just released his 7th studio album ... Read more

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October 22, 2019 2 min

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