Cofounder of Rec Philly, William Tyrone Toms talks with Greg about why Philly needed a home for artists to connect, share resources, and build brands, the artistic-entrepreneurial collision, how he’s learned to use various traumas from earlier in his life to empower himself, the cultural value of having cofounders from drastically different backgrounds, the difference between the young generation of leaders from previous generations, how Rec can be scaled and replicated in other cities, his thoughts on Philly, and much more. This is a GREAT one!
Rob Lawless, a.k.a. Rob10k, talks with Greg about the what, why, and how of his project and mission to have a 1 hour conversation with 10,000 strangers, what he’s learned about humans today, his opinions about social media, his thoughts on Philly, and much more.
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Founder and Director of Oldhead: The Series Tony Chennault talks with Greg about his transition from basketball to film, when and why he lost his love for the game, why he doesn’t want to be known for basketball, issues plaguing the inner city and what needs to change, what it was like guarding Kyrie, his love for Philly, and much more. We finish up with some NBA talk.
Learn more about Oldhead @ https://oldheadtheseries.com/
(Recorded December 12, 2018) Greg is joined by his brother Danny to talk about Joel Embiid’s recent frustration, the Markelle Fultz saga, the new fit with Jimmy Butler, the pieces they need to add to be a real contender, and how many Sixers will make the All Star team.
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