March 11th, 2021 | 55 mins 3 secs
adventure, iceland, nature, philosophy, travel, vacation
I went through an incredibly difficult low point in my life after finishing college in 2017, but an unexpected trip to Iceland ended up causing something inside of me to take a step back from my struggles and truly remember what it is to have fun and a sense of awe and adventure again. From watching glaciers tip over to drinking straight from a waterfall's stream and riding an ATV for the first time on a trail meant for experts, I got more than I gambled for on that trip.
January 11th, 2021 | 37 mins 56 secs
philosophy, politics, religion, stoicism
This won't be the best year in the history of the world, but it could be a great year of change for you. Remso discusses a really impactful Daily Stoic video he saw recently where Ryan Holiday donated a ton of money to pay the electricity bills for people at risk of having their power shut off. Are we charitable enough as individuals? Do we talk a big game or do we take action? Can impacting one person change the world? All this and more are discussed in today's episode.
December 10th, 2020 | 53 mins 1 sec
comedy, culture, mindset, philosophy, politics, skills
Developing resilience and facing difficult times and challenges is the struggle of every person who has ever lived. US Army veteran and Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas talks about the difficulties of Ranger school, becoming a Green Beret, and insight into his two separate deployments to Iraq during his time in the military. From mindset to spirituality, Nick walks listeners through what it means to overcome the hard challenges life throws at you.
November 23rd, 2020 | 38 mins 50 secs
Life can be confusing, especially when we don't know where we're going or what we're doing. Remso explains how the Biblical understanding of "seasons" helps him understand what he needs to prioritize, and how the "hero's journey" isn't just for linear stories on screens, but can be a concept applied to help you figure out your next step in your life. No matter who you are, what you do, or where you are, this episode is for everyone whose ever asked themselves "what is next?" and "will this ever end?" and all the big questions in between.
August 20th, 2020 | 51 mins 28 secs
emotional health, mindset, philosophy, spirituality, therapy, trauma
How does someone move on from the trauma inflicted emotionally and physically from sexual abuse? How do we understand how find the balance between our physical world and the spiritual side of our life? Remso sits down with Keira Poulsen, an author, speaker and intuitive energetic healer. Her book is called "The Hidden Gifts: Within the Trauma of Sexual Abuse." Keira also runs a publishing company that is dedicated to helping women write their stories and bring them into the world.
August 10th, 2020 | 1 hr 16 mins
ghosts, paranormal, philosophy, religion, tv
Let's journey into mystery as Remso dives far into the world of the paranormal, supernatural, and occult with expert paranormal investigator Jason Nawrocki of Portsmouth Paranormal Society. The two discuss how Jason got involved in ghost hunting, how they capture evidence, their thoughts on the afterlife, demons, and other high strangeness, as well as some of their scariest encounters caught on (and not caught on) tape. Don't listen to this as your falling asleep...
May 25th, 2020 | 50 mins
kabbalah, philosophy, religion, zohar
Benny Halfon and Andrew Meyer join Remso to discuss the Zohar and dive into the myths, facts, and insights surrounding Kabbalah.
May 19th, 2020 | 1 hr 14 mins
comedy, culture, humor, libertarian, philosophy, politics, stoicism
Author and state representative to the West Virginia House of Delegates, Pat McGeehan, joins the show to discuss the legacy of the stoic philosophy. From the origins of stoicism to the hardcore story of Cato the Younger, Pat and Remso dive into how this ancient philosophy still impacts modern men and women.