Our 20s are a critical time in our lives and together on this show, my guests and I discuss things that all millennials care about: upward career mobility, mental health, self-improvement strategies, work/life balance, social media, traveling, dating, financial advice and SO much more. Sometimes it's a young entrepreneur. Other days, it's a professional athlete, a TikTok star, or maybe just an everyday twenty-something who's trying to figure it out. New episodes weekly. Follow the show wherever you get your podcasts, find it on YouTube and visit TheTroyFarkasShow.com for more information.
Malcolm Thulin, who I met while abroad in the fall of 2016, joins me today for a lovely chat about recently marrying his longtime sweetheart, who actually proposed to him because he waited too long! Then, we get into the perception that countries like Sweden, Norway and Denmark are the happiest in the world, and whether that actually holds up. Plus, we discuss Europe's obsession with American politics and pop culture, differenc...
Fear is our biggest enemy, the thing that holds us back from achieving our dreams.
In Part Four of my "5 for 5,000 series," I outline two strategies you can adopt to help you overcome Fear.
For a company to thrive, proper investment of resources is essential.
On today's podcast, I tell you why you should treat your life like a business, giving you 6 steps you can take to get the most out of yourself.
I chose to live in Portsmouth, NH over Denver for one reason: self-awareness.
In Part 1 of my "5 for 5,000" series, where I'm revealing five big lessons I've learned in the year since I started this podcast, I read you an essay about kindness. Then, I tell you why I'm choosing to double down on it going forward.
Twenty years ago, I went to my kindergarten class expecting a normal day.
But things didn't unfold that way.
Miss Thorne, my teacher at the time, joins me today to help me remember what September 11, 2001 was like at Skano Elementary (33:41), how that day affected her personally, and how she feels now that Afghanistan has fallen to the Taliban. She also opens up about the tragic moment that changed her life forever (25:00) and ...
In February, I left my job at ESPN, and vowed to never work for a big corporation again.
That is, unless one specific company came calling.
Today, I've signed a contract at that one company.
P.S. Yesterday's podcast with guest Gabby Ianniello is out now, exclusively available on YouTube.
After officially settling into my new home, I tell you about the grand experiment I'm undertaking, overcoming my gratitude problem (11:18), a fun show announcement (14:40) and why my mental health is the strongest its been in a long time.
One of my best friends from Connecticut returns to the show to talk about his impact on my life, why it took a while for me like him and why all of us need to stop being flakes. PLUS, we discuss:
You can also watch today's conversation here.
On today's episode, I share some lessons learned from a trip to my old college campus (10:56), a party with lifelong best friends, a read through my high school journal and a big decision I made yesterday (15:22).
Shelby Lam, an old high school friend, joins me for a conversation about her recent Western travels, which included visits to five national parks. PLUS, we discuss:
You can also watch today's conversation here.
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I was supposed to go to Philadelphia this weekend, but then I decided to rent a van in the Catskill Mountains instead.
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I reunite with one of my favorite people on the planet to revisit our joint decision to leave ESPN and Connecticut earlier this year. Also on today's episode, Amanda I talk about a BREAK-IN that happened at our house, her odd Arizona childhood AND she helps me build the ideal Hinge profile to get me ready for my upcoming move to New Hampshire.
Amanda Foster is a 24-year-old who currently lives in Gilbert, AZ. A graduate of Ari...
Fresh off a deep postseason run, my old point guard joins me for an honest conversation about the positives and negatives of NBA life. We also discuss how he makes financial decisions, the difficulties of "adulting," his work with Impact Athletic Center (35:40) and he even takes some questions from fans of the podcast, including how he met his girlfriend and the best defender he's ever faced (42:39).
Kevin Huerter is a ...
Six years ago, I interned for JR at an Albany TV station. Today, I tell him the valuable lesson he taught me and then we discuss his beloved Philadelphia, what it was like covering Donald Trump's presidency (41:22), advice for single guys in new cities (26:52), his recent birthright trip to Israel (12:20), his first on-air gig in rural Alabama and so much more.
Conor McGregor, a sports superstar, has me wondering: Is it possible that staying at the top is harder than getting there in the first place? On today's episode, I talk about this question and how it relates to my professional life, which I'm making small strides in every day.
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