Everybody Wants to be a Rockstar...

Everybody Wants to be a Rockstar...

June 07, 2018 1 Comment

 

Everyone wants to be a rock star, but nobody wants to practice guitar...

Matt DiRito of Pop Evil joins us, along with Paul Markel of Student of the Gun, to discuss what it takes to perfect your craft, and how few people are willing to put in the work to get to where they want to be.

We also talk about Matt's charity organization, Star Treatments, which helps provide VIP transportation for children traveling to and from cancer treatments and hospital visits. ----------- http://startreatments.org/ -----------

Firearms instructor, Paul Markel, gives us some insight as to why men inherently believe they are good at shooting, fighting, and making love.

                    ----------https://www.studentofthegun.com/ -----------



1 Response

Tony Truppa
Tony Truppa

June 11, 2018

Awesome….awesome……awesome interview!!! Truely enjoyable time to hear what you guys had to say about a few interesting topics.

I’d like to hear more!

Best regards!

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