Captain Kirk has always been one of my heroes. So when Steve told me I'd get to interview the intergalactic legend, I immediately teleported back to my 11-year-old self. Star Trek made it possible for people to look up at the stars and wonder what else is out there. So I brought William Shatner on and asked him everything. He told me about the brief period in his career when he lived out of his truck, he told me what he's doing to live so long (he's 87), and then we had a BIG surprise. Michio Kaku (one of the most brilliant physicists alive today) was in the audience. Halfway through the podcast, we invited him on stage. If you've ever wondered what else is out there... in space and in your own life, the possibilities of true fulfillment, then you have to listen to this episode. Links & Resources: WilliamShatner.com Live Long And . . .: What I Learned Along the Way by William Shatner “Why Not Me?” (William Shatner’s Country Album with Jeff Cook of the group “Alabama”) Shatner-Clause (William Shatner’s Christmas Album) The Wrath of Khan William’s One Man Show Also Mentioned: Aretha Franklin The Brill Building Captain Kirk Mitzi Shore Rampage Star Trek (tv series) There’s A Girl In My Soup Star Wars Star Trek: The Motion Picture Robert Wise Michio Kaku Stephen Hawking author of “A Brief History in Time” Edward Hubble The Hubble Space Telescope Jules Verne The Big Bang “Physics of The Impossible” by Michio Kaku Waze Presbyterian Buddhism "The Ultimate Guide to Self Publishing," which you can get for free right now by visiting jamesaltucher.com/publish. William Shatner just came out with his book at 87 years old. That's proof that you can write at any age. And I want to show you how. Because I strongly believe everyone has a book inside them. Trust me, writing it can lead to so many new opportunities (financially and creatively). I put all the details in this guide. Check it out by going to jamesaltucher.com/publish where you can sign up to get your free copy. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.
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