Reupload your very first video of the decade and let’s see how far we’ve all come!
This week, CakesByChoppA shares some behind-the-scenes YouTube stories, including the one of the worst YouTuber he’s ever met.
This week, Andrew Davie comes on the podcast to share his story of surviving a ruptured brain aneurysm; the lucky timing that led to his survival, the recovery process and some funny stories from the hospital.
This week, Sam Thiara comes on the podcast to share his story of travelling to India to find his relatives and learn more about his heritage, with only an old photograph and the wrong town name to guide him.
This week, Jerry Fu comes on the podcast to share his story of experiencing a robbery at his work in which the robber was killed by one of his co-workers.
This week, mindset coach Leticia Francis came on the podcast to share her story of finally escaping an abusive marriage in Bermuda after her husband stabbed her and how she survived and thrived after coming back from rock bottom.
Answering the “Also Searched” Google question of “Who is Clisare married to”, among other questions sent into me on my Instagram like “Is he a good kisser?” 😤 👀
This week, Seamus Stackpoole of @The TRY Channelcomes on the podcast to share his story of when he launched, ran, and… stopped running a Dublin Comedy Club.
This week, Sarina Kajani from @The TRY Channelcomes on the podcast to share her story of growing up with immigrant parents in Ireland, and learning to forgive them for the ways in which they raised her growing up.
This week, Callyann Brennan (you might know her from @The TRY Channel) came on the podcast to share her story of growing up with a clairvoyant mother and a house full of spirits.
This week, mindset coach Paul Forchione comes on the podcast to share his story of growing up with Cerebral Palsy and doing things his doctors told his parents he would never do; from walking to playing sport and having a professional career.
This week, Jeffree Deskovic comes on the podcast to share his story of being convicted for a crime he did not commit at 16 years old, and being exonerated 16 years later thanks to a more advanced DNA database correctly finding the real murderer.
Here’s a summary of what I’ve made this week across a number of different platforms – all in one handy place!