Ethan and Russell of the up and coming band Adult Prom (@adultprom on Instagram) grace us with their presence and let us dig into their backstory, musical influences, and plans for their upcoming album! This is by far the longest and most varied show we’ve done so far, so we may have missed some […]
Horeseshoe theory asserts that on any given spectrum (politics, religion, etc.), the closer you get to the end of the spectrum (the extremes) tend to resemble the opposite more than than others on the same side. I.e facism resembles communism more than say a moderate conservative. In this episode we discuss the implications of this, […]
Episode 5 of the Sherwin Brothers Show is all about Dungeons and Dragons, which Austin started playing recently, and Tyler has played for several years. While mostly thought of as a fantasy game for the exceptionally nerdy, Dungeons and Dragons has seen a surge in recent popularity thanks to the television show Stranger Things. It […]
Dating in the modern world brings its own intricacies- such as learning all about your date before you even meet them. For example, Tyler recently met a girl on Tinder who then instagram stalked him and learned he had a podcast, through which she could learn a lot of vulnerable things bout him without ever […]
“Vision without action is a daydream; action without vision is a nightmare.” – Japanese Proverb This proverb applies to any goal, desire, and life situation. Vision without action might be keeping you from achieving your dreams or becoming the person you’d like to be. Action without vision is at the root of addictions, bad relationships, and monotony. […]
As we pursue any goal in life, it’s easy to listen to the stories of others and see ourselves in our own hero’s journey. We reflect the experiences of others and their individual timelines onto our own story, which can lead to disillusionment and self-deceit. We see in their story a linear, clear cut path, […]
What does it mean to accomplish? How do we measure our accomplishments, and what makes something an accomplishment vs. a hobby or waste of time? Is it possible to both savor life and accomplish? Is the goal of accomplishment to arrive at a point where we can savor more?