1. Jeremy Sherman - Philosopher, Researcher, Writer, and Podcaster Mike Montague 50:17

Big questions for a deep thinker! What is the meaning of life and how did we all get here? Life is a little bit ironic, don't you think? And, what's up with assholes? Jeremy Sherman is a doctor of philosophy, which means he studies wild, hot questions with a cool, careful, and playful neutrality. He's the author of several books including Negotiate With Yourself And Win and What's Up With A-Holes? We'll talk about several deep questions and their ironic answers for how to live your best life and what it all means!

Find Jeremy Sherman at: http://jeremysherman.com/

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  • If our guest can win the Wheel of Weird in a faceoff with Mike

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Mike Montague is the Director of Community Engagement at Sandler. He is also a game show host, public speaker, podcaster, and writer at Playful Humans. He has been a radio DJ, karaoke host, virtual game show host, MC, and DJ for live events including opening for Billy Idol, Frankie Valli, and MC-ed at Toby Keith's Bar & Grill. Playful Humans is a community designed to help the burned-out and bored get re-energized and engaged with life. His mission is to help adults discover the power of playing for a living and how to avoid burnout, quiet quitting, or a midlife crisis. Find out more at https://www.playfulhumans.com.