The Way Podcast
The Way Podcast
The Way (Also on FM 91.7 in Connecticut) Interviews involving experts on various topics. Depending on the guest and topic there is always a balance between a discussion and an interview (think Joe Rogan mixed with 60 minutes).
26) Changing the Corporate Ladder
Martyn Clark has worked with senior executives, across many of the largest corporations: Citizens, Jones Lang Lasalle, Sodexo, Royal Bank of Scotland, Zurich Insurance, Santander, Accenture, Ernst & Young, Johnson & Johnson. What he saw was a harsh reality: that the legal foundations of our organizations are riddled with greed and self-interest, and as a result, these organizations often neglect the needs of employees and people. In response, Martyn wrote a book on the topic: Love Incorporated. In this episode, we discuss what's wrong with how corporations operate, along with what changes need to be put in place in the interest of people. Martyn Clark - Consulting - Love Incorporated -
Feb 2
55 min
25) Higher Love
Hasan Oswald quit his teaching job, bought a camera, and went solo to one of America's most dangerous cities; Camden, New Jersey. In this city, he became the Director, Producer, and Filmer of the now-famous documentary Higher Love. Higher Love received a 100% on rotten tomatoes, a 9.3/10 IMDB rating, and countless film festival awards.  This documentary follows Daryl Gant, a father of eight, as he tries to save his- Heroin and Crack-Cocaine addicted- pregnant girlfriend Nani. Alongside this, their friend Iman; who was once a drug dealing kingpin in Camden, is now struggling with his own addiction. Tune in to hear the process that went into this film, what was cut out, and some interesting details about the film itself.  Website -
Jan 26
55 min
24) A Digital View
Thanks to digital art we can create some of the most realistic and creative work to date. Colors can be composed exactly how the user wants, and the world you imagine can look as real as the world we're in. Thomas Tanner has been creating digital art for a long time and has become one of the names to contact when you want/need work done. Particularly in the dungeons and dragons' "fantasy realism" world, he has been drawing and creating since he was a child. His work is clear and fascinating and if you'd like to see some of it go to his website below. Website -
Jan 19
52 min
23) Standing Straight
Dr. Juan Bartolomei is a spine neurosurgeon at Yale, and in 2013 he was named one of "US News and World Report's Top Doctors".  Dr. Bartolomei has a passion for what he does and believes surgery should be a last resort and not a first option. When faced with a new issue, he likes to focus on the body as a whole, rather than looking at the spine as an independent piece. In this episode, we discuss what back pain means, what surgery does to your body, and more so be sure to tune in.
Jan 12
54 min
22) The Voiceover
Today's guest is Don Grant; a professional voice actor whose work has even appeared in Super Bowl commercials.  There's a lot to discuss in the profession of voice acting, from the technical to the historical. In this episode, he shares his perspective that comes from decades of practicing and performing. Tune in to learn more, or you can always just tune in to hear my voice outclassed for an entire episode.  Don Grant was an excellent guest and kind enough to lend his voice for the new intro and outro for the way. Be sure to check out his podcast below! Website - Twitter - threeinterestingthings (@3interesting) / Twitter Instagram - Facebook - 
Jan 5
56 min
21) In the Venezuelan Coup (2002)
Christina Hoag has a long history in the world of Journalism. While traveling the world, she ended up living in Venezuela and was lucky enough to become one of the few journalists present during the 2002 Venezuelan coup. This is especially special when you realize the airports were closed down during this less than a week ordeal. Chavez was temporarily overthrown and this reporter has the inside scoop of what actually happened in Venezuela leading up to this event.  *Footnote from Christina: “I misstated the year of Hugo Chavez’s death in the podcast. I checked afterward and he died in 2013.” Christina Hoag website - Trump-Chavez article mentioned -   
Dec 22, 2020
1 hr 5 min
20) MS-13 on 18th Street
Danny Gold has directed documentaries and written numerous articles on MS-13. Mara Salvatrucha, commonly known as MS-13, is an international criminal gang. In Los Angeles they were created during the '70s however, the large control they possess is found in El Salvador. There the people have to pay 'rent', and the children are recruited as early as 9! Learn about their rival gang, how to "leave" the gang, and the power and destruction that MS-13 brings in this episode. Danny Gold: Website - Podcast -
Dec 15, 2020
1 hr 1 min
19) Men Walking Hungry
Eating Disorders are a dangerous thing. While it depends on how you categorize the statistics if you google "deadliest mental illness" eating disorders are ranked first. Roughly 70 million people worldwide are affected by this illness and just about all researchers agree this is an understatement. Although the people affected by this disorder are primarily women, what people may not hear or realize is that this disorder also affects a large population of men. I sat down with journalist Ruben de Theije, who recently finished his award-winning book A Stroy to Tell. In this story, he - along with his photographer Mafalda Rakos - followed men protagonist who talked about the struggles and 'life or death' situations they faced over this illness. We discussed his findings and what makes this topic such a unique issue.
Dec 8, 2020
40 min
18) Visual Effects
Warning for the episode below in description Vicki Lau is an expert in all things "Visual Effects" (VFX). While she specializes in compositing, she has developed many other software skills used in films and shows like Guardians of the Galaxy, Aquaman, Brooklyn 99, and The Walking Dead... to name a few. On top of this Lau has a history of working on Virtual Reality (VR). In fact, she performed a Ted Talk on the very topic! Tune into this episode to hear an expert discuss all things virtual. Official website - IMDb - Instagram - Warning: Vicki Lau was an excellent guest who I was honored to have appear on the show. However, when recording out of the studio, audio mistakes sometimes happen. In this case, I made a mistake and the audio wasn't as clear as other episodes. A lot of post-editing work went into fixing the episode and I hope you're able to enjoy this episode all the same.
Dec 1, 2020
46 min
17) Following a Kilo
Toby Muse is a journalist, author, and documentary filmmaker. His work has appeared in The New York Times, CNN, BBC, and The Guardian among others. Not only that, but he has spent his life in Colombia from 2000-2017. Why you ask? To talk with the farmers and cartels members to follow the creation and expedition of a Kilo of cocaine. Using these experiences he wrote a book called Kilo: Inside the Cocaine Cartel. Tune into this episode to learn more about the people whose lives are created and ruined when cocaine comes to town. To find more go to his website at
Nov 24, 2020
1 hr 15 min
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