The Hero Up Podcast with Jim Simcoe

The time to unleash your inner hero and make life epic is now. Life is kinda crazy everywhere and people need new leaders to step up. You can be one of those leaders. Check out the show and learn how to bring out the best in yourself. Learn from our host, Jim Simcoe- a father, husband, author, entrepreneur, coach, sexual abuse survivor and devoted Red Hot Chili Peppers fan. This show is for people who want to find purpose in life, be happier and build confidence and self-esteem. People who crave inspiration, hope and want to learn how to navigate the new normal of working form home and living on Zoom calls. We cover topics like: mastering your mindset; love, sex and relationships; emotional intelligence; lifestyle design, etc. Past episodes include: How to Live Fearlessly, How to Empower Yourself, How to Make Your Sex Life Fantastic, How to Create a Heart-Centered Life, How to Write a Book, How to Start a Business You Love, How to Deal With Social Anxiety, etc. For more about Jim check out: JimSimcoe.com

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The Power of Music: Top Ten Bands You Should Be Listening To Right Now


In times of uncertainty (global pandemic, anyone?) listening to music can be one of the best things you do for yourself. In this episode we attempt to answer the unanswerable question: "Who are the Top 10 Bands of All Time?".

Why?

Because we all need music right now more than ever.

Joining me for this philosophical debate are my two friends Amil and Jack. Recorded late on a Wednesday night this is an unscripted take on the best bands of all-time. Check it out and learn about who made our list and who was left off and why.

Sneak peak of bands we discussed: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Van Halen, Prince, Pear Jam, Ramones, Fishbone, Nirvana, Oingo Boingo, Led Zep, Bowie, Beastie Boys, etc...

So pour yourself a drink and check out the show! (skip ahead about 2 minutes from the start to get into the actual show)


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 2020-04-23  1h28m