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Vicariously is not just a podcast, but a lifestyle. As we travel the globe, every week we sit down with unique entrepreneurs successfully pursuing their passion. No top line questions or cookie cutter answers, Vicariously aims to deliver invaluable content to anyone looking to start a new venture or simply broaden their understanding of a multitude of industries, brands and lifestyle movements. Video of our guests sharing their stories and insights are also featured on our YouTube channel: Vicariously Podcast.

Latest Episodes

#030 Woman Walk The Line: Author, Publicist, Music Critic & Writer, Holly Gleason

With roughly a year of interviewing skills under my belt, it felt like Master and Apprentice when I sat down with Ms. Holly Gleason to discuss being an entrepreneur, how her new book came to fruition and general life lessons. With over 30 years of experience in the music industry, this icon has articles published in Rolling Stone, Playboy, Creem, LA Times, Spin and more. She has also written music under her alias "Lady Goodman", she's been a publicist for some of Rock and Country's biggest stars and at one point ran a major music label.Holly clearly has the resume when it comes to being an entrepreneur and making her own path, but our conversation also extends into discussing her upbringing, thoughts on feminism in today's society and randomly, if she were stuck on an island with only one album or one song, what would they be.To order Woman Walk The Line, follow the link:http://a.co/gPIaxVyIf you'd like to see more of our interview, stop by www.VicariouslyPodcast.com

-1 s2017 NOV 23
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#030 Woman Walk The Line: Author, Publicist, Music Critic & Writer, Holly Gleason

#029 Union Craft Brewing: Kevin Blodger and Adam Benesch, Co-Founders

Good beer brings good people together for good times and goodworks. This statement might be your own personal belief that has lingered in the back of your mind since college days or your first backyard BBQ, but it genuinely is the philosophy behind Union Craft Brewing. Founded in 2011 just outside of Baltimore Maryland, Adam Benesch, Kevin Blodger and Jon Zerivitz took the leap of faith to be entrepreneurs in the craft beer space. In a short amount of time they have gained a good foothold in the Delmarva region, they've almost tripled operations and they are now successfully distributing to restaurants, bars and liquor stores in keg and can form.We sit down to hear all the moving parts of how Union Craft Brewing got off the ground and even sneak in a couple random stories like what new collaborations Kevin is working on launching and how Adam enjoys working alongside his 98yr old grandfather...probably the oldest brewery employee in the world.For more information, go to www.UnionCra...

-1 s2017 NOV 8
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#029 Union Craft Brewing: Kevin Blodger and Adam Benesch, Co-Founders

#028 Splash City Golf: Dan Bucci, Co-Founder

Whether you're an atrocious golfer or you're competing for a spot on the PGA pro circuit, everyone can agree that lining up in front of a little white innocent golf ball and crushing it into the ocean, bay, river or pond with no regard, is a beautiful thing. This week we sit down with one of three co-founders of Biodegradaball, LLC who started a company predicated on just that. They currently have 5 locations around Baltimore, Maryland and are looking to expand quickly across a number of other waterfront metropolitan areas. They specialize in company functions, partnering with waterfront bars or restaurants and catering to just about anyone that wants to add fun to their grounds.Dan and his partners are only 11-months into this venture right now, so enjoy hearing how this business came to fruition and what they have planned for the near future.For more information, go to their website www.SplashCityGolf.com and stop by www.VicariouslyPodcast.com for our video episodes.

37 MIN2017 OCT 19
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#028 Splash City Golf: Dan Bucci, Co-Founder

#027 Make it Modular: Stevie Bear, President & CEO

For 30 years Stevie Bear has called Austin, TX home. She has witnessed it morph into an eclectic and trendy city mixed with a revamped skyline and bustling corporate downtown making it very diverse. She has also watched hurricanes, tornados, floods and other natural disasters rip through Texas over those years dismantling its progress.With a degree in social work, it may seem odd why this entrepreneur manages 5 different businesses ranging across real estate, community investing, corporate funding, modular home building and her own philanthropic concert venue. However, within the first couple minutes of this conversation you'll understand how putting people first has led to so many successful business ventures. The one that takes center stage is Make it Modular, which uses shipping containers to build residential homes and commercial spaces such as bars, coffee shops, yoga studios and more.Hear how Stevie and her passion project plan to grow this specific business sector and even help the neighboring town of Houston, who just endured the most devastating storm in U.S. history. Please visit www.MakeItModular.com for more info and stop by www.VicariouslyPodcast.com to see video of our interview which includes a walk-through of several show homes.

59 MIN2017 OCT 5
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#027 Make it Modular: Stevie Bear, President & CEO

#026 The Shack: Jason Macy-Moore, Owner

Have you ever had a career plan or lifestyle change all figured out, but then none of it happens the way you thought it would? Jason Macy-Moore was working in the hotel/restaurant/tourism field when a group of entrepreneurs sent him to Costa Rica to explore their new business opportunity. After one quick look, he knew it wasn't something he wanted to be a part of, but he did fall in love with the country. So, he packed his things and moved to Costa Rica to start his own venture instead, The Shack Restaurant & Bar. Now that he has several years under his belt as the owner, he sits down with us to share all the moving parts of how this came to fruition and how he sustains a business as an expat.

40 MIN2017 SEP 21
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#026 The Shack: Jason Macy-Moore, Owner

#025 Brekki: Greg Peyser & Russell Radebaugh, Co-Founders

EUnderstanding that you need to pivot and change your current professional path is one thing, but to act on it is another. Both Greg Peyser and Russell Radebaugh each had their defining moments where they had enough of their mundane office jobs. Ironically they both wound up in San Diego at Suja Juice, the cold pressed organic fruit and vegetable juice company. After witnessing first hand the fast paced rise to success and eventual sale to Coca-Cola for $90-million, they decided they were equipped to launch their own company. Some blind optimism, mixed with a little luck, paired with a very strong product, Russ and Greg launched an overnight oats packaged breakfast food called Brekki. Just 7-months in, they have roughly 30 accounts, 21 of which are Whole Foods locations who notoriously hold their brands to a higher standard and only work with high integrity companies using quality ingredients. Please visit www.Brekki.com where they will soon be launching an e-commerce option in case Brekki is not available in stores near you. Also check out www.VicariouslyPodcast.com for our video version of the interview.

52 MIN2017 SEP 7
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#025 Brekki: Greg Peyser & Russell Radebaugh, Co-Founders

#024 Bean Bar: Sandra Scheller, Co-Founder

Boyfriend and girlfriend of only a couple months, Jason Serres and Sandra Scheller packed up their small apartment in Philly and moved out to San Diego on a whim. As they settled into their new city, they realized it was lacking a good, local coffee shop. A little market research and some family help to develop a business plan, they were on their way to open a 3rd wave coffee shop in East Village, a trendy up-and-coming neighborhood with a ton of potential. Sandra shares what it takes to start a coffee shop, the secrets to surviving the competition and the most rewarding aspects of being a lifestyle entrepreneur. Check out their website www.SDBeanBar.com and stop by www.VicariouslyPodcast.com to see the video version of this episode.

55 MIN2017 AUG 26
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#024 Bean Bar: Sandra Scheller, Co-Founder

#023 Empyr & Mogl: Jon Carder, CEO and Co-Founder of both

EJon Carder started his first online business at the age of 19 when he was a sophomore in college. So it wasn't a huge surprise that by 27 and three businesses later, he was a retired millionaire. His company ClientShop sold for more than $10million which posted him on beaches around the world simply enjoying the surf life. Unsatisfied though, this serial entrepreneur started several more companies over the years and is now Co-Founder and CEO to Empyr and Mogl, both of which are reinventing how consumers earn cashback, rewards and other incentives for everyday online and offline spending. Jon's vision, charisma and relentless tenacity definitely shine through in this sit down, making it easy to understand why the valuations of his current companies are in the hundreds of millions. Check out Empyr.com and Mogl.com for more information. If you like what you see, download the Mogl app and start earning. For a video version of our podcast, please visit www.VicariouslyPodcast.com

36 MIN2017 AUG 16
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#023 Empyr & Mogl: Jon Carder, CEO and Co-Founder of both

#022 Xsite Belize Sailing & Adventures: Tammy Lemus, Co-Founder

Entrepreneurs Neftali and Tammy Lemus seem to have San Pedro, Belize tourism dialed in with their business ventures. We sit down with Tammy to hear her story of packing up her life in Colorado to move to Belize where she and her husband now own and operate several businesses. Their first venture is Island Tackle Bar & Restaurant, a well known local bar situated at the end of a pier overlooking the gorgeous ocean. On their pier just outside of the restaurant are several boats for their other company, Xsite Belize Sailing & Adventures that offers snorkeling and diving trips with Sharks, Stingrays, Barracudas and tons of colorful fish found in the Belizean reefs. To round out the duo, they are also heavily vested in residential real estate sales on the island that, as you guessed it, has been steadily climbing for years. Visit their site at www.xsitebelizesailing.com and check out www.VicariouslyPodcast.com to see a video we made showcasing Belize's island beauty.

40 MIN2017 JUL 26
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#022 Xsite Belize Sailing & Adventures: Tammy Lemus, Co-Founder

#021 Plak That Printing Co.: Wyatt Harrison, Founder & CEO

EWhether you own a giant mansion or rent a shoebox sized apartment, the desire to hang artwork and pictures on your walls will always be there. Wyatt Harrison founded a unique printing company several years after college that focuses on printing photos on wood planks. A Marine Biology major, he had zero college courses in business, but now operates a lucrative e-commerce business shipping wood, acrylic and aluminum prints all over the globe. His small idea has expanded into commercial signage, restaurant menus & table toppers, participation and recognition awards and a multitude of other fully customizable environmentally sustainable items. Please visit www.PlakThat.com to see the full line of services and printing capabilities. Also, if you would like to see a video version of the interview, go to: www.VicariouslyPodcast.com

58 MIN2017 JUL 12
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#021 Plak That Printing Co.: Wyatt Harrison, Founder & CEO

Latest Episodes

#030 Woman Walk The Line: Author, Publicist, Music Critic & Writer, Holly Gleason

With roughly a year of interviewing skills under my belt, it felt like Master and Apprentice when I sat down with Ms. Holly Gleason to discuss being an entrepreneur, how her new book came to fruition and general life lessons. With over 30 years of experience in the music industry, this icon has articles published in Rolling Stone, Playboy, Creem, LA Times, Spin and more. She has also written music under her alias "Lady Goodman", she's been a publicist for some of Rock and Country's biggest stars and at one point ran a major music label.Holly clearly has the resume when it comes to being an entrepreneur and making her own path, but our conversation also extends into discussing her upbringing, thoughts on feminism in today's society and randomly, if she were stuck on an island with only one album or one song, what would they be.To order Woman Walk The Line, follow the link:http://a.co/gPIaxVyIf you'd like to see more of our interview, stop by www.VicariouslyPodcast.com

-1 s2017 NOV 23
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#030 Woman Walk The Line: Author, Publicist, Music Critic & Writer, Holly Gleason

#029 Union Craft Brewing: Kevin Blodger and Adam Benesch, Co-Founders

Good beer brings good people together for good times and goodworks. This statement might be your own personal belief that has lingered in the back of your mind since college days or your first backyard BBQ, but it genuinely is the philosophy behind Union Craft Brewing. Founded in 2011 just outside of Baltimore Maryland, Adam Benesch, Kevin Blodger and Jon Zerivitz took the leap of faith to be entrepreneurs in the craft beer space. In a short amount of time they have gained a good foothold in the Delmarva region, they've almost tripled operations and they are now successfully distributing to restaurants, bars and liquor stores in keg and can form.We sit down to hear all the moving parts of how Union Craft Brewing got off the ground and even sneak in a couple random stories like what new collaborations Kevin is working on launching and how Adam enjoys working alongside his 98yr old grandfather...probably the oldest brewery employee in the world.For more information, go to www.UnionCra...

-1 s2017 NOV 8
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#029 Union Craft Brewing: Kevin Blodger and Adam Benesch, Co-Founders

#028 Splash City Golf: Dan Bucci, Co-Founder

Whether you're an atrocious golfer or you're competing for a spot on the PGA pro circuit, everyone can agree that lining up in front of a little white innocent golf ball and crushing it into the ocean, bay, river or pond with no regard, is a beautiful thing. This week we sit down with one of three co-founders of Biodegradaball, LLC who started a company predicated on just that. They currently have 5 locations around Baltimore, Maryland and are looking to expand quickly across a number of other waterfront metropolitan areas. They specialize in company functions, partnering with waterfront bars or restaurants and catering to just about anyone that wants to add fun to their grounds.Dan and his partners are only 11-months into this venture right now, so enjoy hearing how this business came to fruition and what they have planned for the near future.For more information, go to their website www.SplashCityGolf.com and stop by www.VicariouslyPodcast.com for our video episodes.

37 MIN2017 OCT 19
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#028 Splash City Golf: Dan Bucci, Co-Founder

#027 Make it Modular: Stevie Bear, President & CEO

For 30 years Stevie Bear has called Austin, TX home. She has witnessed it morph into an eclectic and trendy city mixed with a revamped skyline and bustling corporate downtown making it very diverse. She has also watched hurricanes, tornados, floods and other natural disasters rip through Texas over those years dismantling its progress.With a degree in social work, it may seem odd why this entrepreneur manages 5 different businesses ranging across real estate, community investing, corporate funding, modular home building and her own philanthropic concert venue. However, within the first couple minutes of this conversation you'll understand how putting people first has led to so many successful business ventures. The one that takes center stage is Make it Modular, which uses shipping containers to build residential homes and commercial spaces such as bars, coffee shops, yoga studios and more.Hear how Stevie and her passion project plan to grow this specific business sector and even help the neighboring town of Houston, who just endured the most devastating storm in U.S. history. Please visit www.MakeItModular.com for more info and stop by www.VicariouslyPodcast.com to see video of our interview which includes a walk-through of several show homes.

59 MIN2017 OCT 5
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#027 Make it Modular: Stevie Bear, President & CEO

#026 The Shack: Jason Macy-Moore, Owner

Have you ever had a career plan or lifestyle change all figured out, but then none of it happens the way you thought it would? Jason Macy-Moore was working in the hotel/restaurant/tourism field when a group of entrepreneurs sent him to Costa Rica to explore their new business opportunity. After one quick look, he knew it wasn't something he wanted to be a part of, but he did fall in love with the country. So, he packed his things and moved to Costa Rica to start his own venture instead, The Shack Restaurant & Bar. Now that he has several years under his belt as the owner, he sits down with us to share all the moving parts of how this came to fruition and how he sustains a business as an expat.

40 MIN2017 SEP 21
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#026 The Shack: Jason Macy-Moore, Owner

#025 Brekki: Greg Peyser & Russell Radebaugh, Co-Founders

EUnderstanding that you need to pivot and change your current professional path is one thing, but to act on it is another. Both Greg Peyser and Russell Radebaugh each had their defining moments where they had enough of their mundane office jobs. Ironically they both wound up in San Diego at Suja Juice, the cold pressed organic fruit and vegetable juice company. After witnessing first hand the fast paced rise to success and eventual sale to Coca-Cola for $90-million, they decided they were equipped to launch their own company. Some blind optimism, mixed with a little luck, paired with a very strong product, Russ and Greg launched an overnight oats packaged breakfast food called Brekki. Just 7-months in, they have roughly 30 accounts, 21 of which are Whole Foods locations who notoriously hold their brands to a higher standard and only work with high integrity companies using quality ingredients. Please visit www.Brekki.com where they will soon be launching an e-commerce option in case Brekki is not available in stores near you. Also check out www.VicariouslyPodcast.com for our video version of the interview.

52 MIN2017 SEP 7
Comments
#025 Brekki: Greg Peyser & Russell Radebaugh, Co-Founders

#024 Bean Bar: Sandra Scheller, Co-Founder

Boyfriend and girlfriend of only a couple months, Jason Serres and Sandra Scheller packed up their small apartment in Philly and moved out to San Diego on a whim. As they settled into their new city, they realized it was lacking a good, local coffee shop. A little market research and some family help to develop a business plan, they were on their way to open a 3rd wave coffee shop in East Village, a trendy up-and-coming neighborhood with a ton of potential. Sandra shares what it takes to start a coffee shop, the secrets to surviving the competition and the most rewarding aspects of being a lifestyle entrepreneur. Check out their website www.SDBeanBar.com and stop by www.VicariouslyPodcast.com to see the video version of this episode.

55 MIN2017 AUG 26
Comments
#024 Bean Bar: Sandra Scheller, Co-Founder

#023 Empyr & Mogl: Jon Carder, CEO and Co-Founder of both

EJon Carder started his first online business at the age of 19 when he was a sophomore in college. So it wasn't a huge surprise that by 27 and three businesses later, he was a retired millionaire. His company ClientShop sold for more than $10million which posted him on beaches around the world simply enjoying the surf life. Unsatisfied though, this serial entrepreneur started several more companies over the years and is now Co-Founder and CEO to Empyr and Mogl, both of which are reinventing how consumers earn cashback, rewards and other incentives for everyday online and offline spending. Jon's vision, charisma and relentless tenacity definitely shine through in this sit down, making it easy to understand why the valuations of his current companies are in the hundreds of millions. Check out Empyr.com and Mogl.com for more information. If you like what you see, download the Mogl app and start earning. For a video version of our podcast, please visit www.VicariouslyPodcast.com

36 MIN2017 AUG 16
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#023 Empyr & Mogl: Jon Carder, CEO and Co-Founder of both

#022 Xsite Belize Sailing & Adventures: Tammy Lemus, Co-Founder

Entrepreneurs Neftali and Tammy Lemus seem to have San Pedro, Belize tourism dialed in with their business ventures. We sit down with Tammy to hear her story of packing up her life in Colorado to move to Belize where she and her husband now own and operate several businesses. Their first venture is Island Tackle Bar & Restaurant, a well known local bar situated at the end of a pier overlooking the gorgeous ocean. On their pier just outside of the restaurant are several boats for their other company, Xsite Belize Sailing & Adventures that offers snorkeling and diving trips with Sharks, Stingrays, Barracudas and tons of colorful fish found in the Belizean reefs. To round out the duo, they are also heavily vested in residential real estate sales on the island that, as you guessed it, has been steadily climbing for years. Visit their site at www.xsitebelizesailing.com and check out www.VicariouslyPodcast.com to see a video we made showcasing Belize's island beauty.

40 MIN2017 JUL 26
Comments
#022 Xsite Belize Sailing & Adventures: Tammy Lemus, Co-Founder

#021 Plak That Printing Co.: Wyatt Harrison, Founder & CEO

EWhether you own a giant mansion or rent a shoebox sized apartment, the desire to hang artwork and pictures on your walls will always be there. Wyatt Harrison founded a unique printing company several years after college that focuses on printing photos on wood planks. A Marine Biology major, he had zero college courses in business, but now operates a lucrative e-commerce business shipping wood, acrylic and aluminum prints all over the globe. His small idea has expanded into commercial signage, restaurant menus & table toppers, participation and recognition awards and a multitude of other fully customizable environmentally sustainable items. Please visit www.PlakThat.com to see the full line of services and printing capabilities. Also, if you would like to see a video version of the interview, go to: www.VicariouslyPodcast.com

58 MIN2017 JUL 12
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#021 Plak That Printing Co.: Wyatt Harrison, Founder & CEO
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