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BEST OF: The Magic of Questioning Everything: Taylor Hughes

BEST OF: The Magic of Questioning Everything: Taylor Hughes

This episode is a repeat of 006, but it had so many downloads we made it a "Best Of!"

Taylor Hughes grew up with the childhood dream of being a Magician. Religion detoured that dream as he got wrapped up into the American Evangelical Mega-Church world. After a trauma filled exit, PTSD, anxiety, and panic attacks, he continues to heal and is fulfilling his dream!

MEGA EPISODE: TURN YOUR PAIN INTO ART: Making the world a better place: Taylor Hughes

MEGA EPISODE: TURN YOUR PAIN INTO ART: Making the world a better place: Taylor Hughes

Taylor Hughes is a professional comedian, magician. Whose work has been seen on television, commercials, comedy clubs, events, and the Magic Castle for years.  We discuss going through pain and suffering and how to turn that pain into art.  No matter what artistic medium is yours, you can create it.  The world needs it!

This MEGA episode is full of amazing content, special announcements, the launch of a new podcast, and the vision for the CounterCulture Society.

We pummel topics like excommunicating the Church, being shunned by others, the excitement of living normal life, starting businesses, being entrepreneurs, and turning our toughest pains into works of art

EPISODE 041: LA Show: Therapeutic Hilarity: Part 2: Jonathon Bowles & Taylor Hughes

EPISODE 041: LA Show: Therapeutic Hilarity: Part 2: Jonathon Bowles & Taylor Hughes

Part Deux of the post-Live Podcast Recording: Therapeutic Hilarity from West Hollywood, Los Angeles.  Jonathan, Taylor, and I spend time transparently talking about how much we loved the experience of the live show while ironically I share about the amount bricks I shat during it.

THANKS PRODUCERS and everyone who atteneded this event!  You made it special!

EPISODE 006: The Magic of Questioning Everything: Taylor Hughes

EPISODE 006: The Magic of Questioning Everything: Taylor Hughes

What if you had spent 20 years giving your life to an institution, then as you began to see what was on top of it, knew you couldn’t do it anymore and resigned.

But instead of a thank you, you were given a bribe.  A $12,000 nondisclosure agreement to keep you quite about your experience there.  Then a threat that if you didn't sign it they would make you pay back the $22,000 scholarship money that had given you?