2/13/14 Scott Page Pink Floyd
February 14, 2014•82 min
On this Episode : Pirooz Sarshar, Scott Page and Moana Avvenenti
It’s not easy being a man, according to prolific men’s lifestyle connoisseur, go-to grooming consultant and self-described, “wingman.” Hailing from Washington D.C and NYC, Sarshar has transformed how millions of American men groom themselves and live their lives.
Pizoor Sarshar's irreverent yet deeply informative men’s lifestyle platform at PRZMAN “The Institute of Manhood” -- that gets 40,000 visitors per month -- educates men on how to shave (and groom their private parts), how to stay fit, stock their fridges, make the perfect Manhattan (and cure a hangover), and prepare the perfect filet mignon and spinach for their love interests.
Called the “Martha Stewart of Men’s Lifestyle,” Sarshar describes PRZMAN as the place where “the brainy, the brawny and the regular bro can find the tools every guy needs” to be the best brand of man he can be.
Sarshar has produced nearly 100 how-to videos for men viewed by at least 3 million viewers. He has also appeared on iVillage Live, Fox News, CNN, CBS News and Good Morning America.
Scott Page is a technologist, entrepreneur, musician and songwriter. Page is most recognized as the saxophonist for Pink Floyd, Supertramp and Toto. As an entrepreneur, he formed Walt Tucker Productions an audio video post production company in 1987. In 1992, he Co-founded 7th Level, Inc., a CD-ROM game and educational software company. Later, Page Co-founded New Media Broadcasting Company, a social media and collaborative communications enterprise. Since 2011, he has been the Co-founder and CEO of Direct2Care, an online presence management company for healthcare.
Scott Page has received several acknowledgments and awards, primarily for his technology companies’ achievements. Named one of “50 Pioneers of Multimedia,” Page has been guest lecturer and panelist at numerous conferences and university symposia. His industry acknowledgments include being named one of “The Top 100 Multimedia Producers” by Multimedia Magazine, the “100 Coolest People in Los Angeles” by Buzz Magazine, and one of “50 New Media Innovators” profiled in Pioneer Electronics’ Multimedia Frontier.
Coming straight from the Caribbean island of St Martin, Moana Avvenenti is a singer-songwriter full of exotic grooves blended with pop flavors. Her unique style is influenced by pop/rock and soul from the United States, combined with the carnival traditions of the Caribbean. Not dancing is not an option here. She’s been surrounded by musicians and constantly attended live performances her whole life, as her father is a bass and guitar player. Following his footsteps, by the time she was 13, she was performing for music festivals, ceremonies, and talent showcases, singing and accompanying herself on piano, and later on guitar. At age 16, Moana had her own musical group, and recorded her first album as a lead singer: “Moana and the Toopah Peas.”In 2008, she joined the band “U-Nighted,” with whom she also recorded an album.