Anne Bernays is the daughter of the so-called ‘Father of Public Relations’, Edward Bernays. She is, in her own right, an accomplished novelist and teacher, currently on the faculty of Lesley University’s MFA program in writing. She joined Guy Evans for Episode 120 of the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast to discuss life with the man she called 'Eddie'; discussing his intense dedication to his work, his contradictory personality, and above all, his legacy. Enjoy! Be sure to check out Guy Evans' series on Edward Bernays' book 'Propaganda' by going to www.smellslikehumanspirit.com FB.com/SmellsLikeHumanSpirit @smellslikepod SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES TODAY AND SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT SMELLS LIKE HUMAN SPIRIT!
Michael Ruppert is a former LAPD narcotics investigator, whistleblower and a 1973 Honors Graduate of UCLA in Political Science. He authored ‘Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil’, was publisher and editor of the newsletter ‘From The Wilderness’ until 2006, and is perhaps best known for being the subject of the 2009 documentary ‘Collapse’. In this episode of Smells Like Human Spirit, Michael discusses the recent 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination, the rise of corporate power in the United States, and the future of the surveillance state. Enjoy!
Jenny Blake is a blogger, life coach, public speaker and author of ‘Life after college: the complete guide to getting what you want’. Jenny has been featured in the Wallstreet Journal, Forbes.com, and the US News and World Report, among other places for her work that aims to help young people ‘wake up, live big and love the journey.’ In 2011, she decided to leave her job at Google after 5 years to move to New York City and pursue her passion of being an entrepreneur full-time. In this episode of the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast, Jenny looks back on the hard work that led to her early professional success, her subsequent burnout in her mid-twenties, and ultimately the decision to leave Google and 'go it alone'. Other topics of discussion include society's obsession with wealth, the definition of success, and how college graduates can position themselves to pursue their true passion.
     
Ben Wikler, host of 'The Good Fight', joins Guy Evans for Episode 123 of Smells Like Human Spirit. Ben has a a long history of involvement in political activism, particularly with several very important online activist communities. Topics of discussion in this interview include his politically active upbringing, the blend of comedy and politics present in his work, and why 'the corporation' has become the dominant social institution of our age. SUBSCRIBE TO SMELLS LIKE HUMAN SPIRIT TODAY!
Joe Rogan Questions Everything has been the subject of discussion on Smells Like Human Spirit for the past several months (for reviews of each episode, click here). In this episode, Guy Evans and James Wilson wrap up their review of the series by examining the final episode ('Psychic Spies'), and consider to what extent the show itself was successful in its approach and execution.
Elsie Escobar is a holistic digital media strategist, yoga lifestyle specialist, and social media community manager for the leading podcast hosting service LibSyn. She is herself the host of two podcasts – firstly, the very successful and long-running Elsie’s Yoga Class, and also The Official Libsyn podcast ‘The Feed’. She joined Guy Evans for a very enjoyable discussion about yoga, health, and current trends in podcasting! Enjoy!
     
Guy Evans takes a break from the usual format of the show to discuss a shelved podcast episode, seasonal affective disorder, and the hazards of closing a window (!). Enjoy!
     
John and Molly Knefel, the brother and sister duo that co-host Radio Dispatch, join Guy Evans for Episode 127 of the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast. Originally from Iowa, John and Molly now reside in Brooklyn, NY and aim to cover the most important and underreported stories of the day with their show, which has gained quite an impressive following since its inception in 2010. Topics of discussion in this episode include Guantanamo Bay, Occupy's legacy, the juvenile justice system in the U.S., and much more. Enjoy, and spread the word! www.smellslikehumanspirit.com @smellslikepod FB.com/SmellsLikeHumanSpirit [email protected]
     
Today's podcast once again focuses on the stories that prove that the sky isn’t falling, that there is another tomorrow, and that things aren’t all bad! In this episode of SLHS, Guy Evans reviews three positive news items - Utah's efforts to eradicate homelessness, an athlete giving up a spot at the Winter Olympics to her twin, and new research that suggests evolution favors selflessness rather than selfishness. Enjoy!
     
Cale Sampson is a Canadian Hip Hop artist known for his socially conscious and thought provoking lyrics that challenge mainstream beliefs and encourage listeners to think critically about their society. He is regarded as the innovator of a style of hip-hop called ‘Info-Rap’, and his debut solo album, entitled Cale Sampson, was released in 2009 to critical acclaim. His latest effort, 'The Big Picture', has received similar plaudits; and so he joined Guy Evans on Smells Like Human Spirit to discuss his music and discuss some pertinent social and political issues. Enjoy!