Introducing The ‘Endless Hustle’ Podcast: Taking You Into The Lives And Aspirations Of Your Favorite Athletes

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Endless Hustle


Gather around boys and girls.

Despite what 2020 has led us to believe, good things can be extracted from this flaming dumpster fire of a year, and we’re here to introduce you to one of them.

BroBible has teamed up with Kamelot Productions to create your next favorite podcast we’re calling Endless Hustle.

What is Endless Hustle?

Good question.

Endless Hustle takes you beyond the game to explore the life and endeavors of your favorite athletes, both current and retired, to determine how they they take the skills and disciplines they’ve acquired on the gridiron to apply them to business, personal branding, and everyday life.

Our goal is to inspire our audience with honest athlete interviews dealing with universal topics like like re-invention, risk tolerance, and mindset.

Who is hosting?

Matt Keohan: BroBible senior writer/editor with five years experience in sports media, but more importantly, a recipient of the Coaches Award for his play in the Cape Ann Youth Football League.

Arthur Kade: Senior correspondent of the nationally syndicated TV show Celebrity Page TV and host of the NHL’s celebrity interview series NHL Celebrity Wrap.

Who will you be interviewing?

We’re talking to everyone from NHL enforcer Sean Avery to American soccer royalty Tim Howard to five-time IndyCar champ Scott Dixon and BEYOND!

Here is a clip from our inaugural episode featuring Sean Avery.

 

There are 850,000 podcasts in existence, why should I care about yours?

Rude but ok.

Our mission is to help the everyday man and woman learn from the successes and failures of people who have performed at the highest levels of their craft. Hopefully this will give common people the tools and inspiration needed to improve their mindset.

And you will be rewarded in the next life.

How often are the episodes and where can I find it?

The episodes will be released every WEDNESDAY.

Listen on Spotify:

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(We will be live on everywhere else you listen to podcasts going forward.)

Should I like, subscribe and tell my friends?

Thank you for your continued service to the Hustle.

Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.

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