What I’m up to right now.

I’m living in Kyoto, Japan right now. I currently live in a super cool art house that I found through a friend of a friend. It’s a quiet, beautiful space.

It looks like this:

It’s gorgeous, and easily one of the coolest spaces I’ve ever lived in.

As I write this, Japan has just recently released its ‘State of Emergency’ and life is slowly going back to normal. I’ve been taking long walks up and down the Kamogawa river and often run tourists from all over the world.

If you’re curious to learn more about what it’s been like to live in Japan in the midst of all of this, this article I posted on Quora might help fill you in.

Creating cool shit.

I feel like I’ve been very much in a creative flow recently, writing more, taking tons of photos, and trying to spend as much time as possible creating and less time-consuming.

Here’s one of my more recent videos:

And a photo taken near Kyoto that I absolutely love:

Working on developing my first TV show.

If that sounds big, it’s because for me, it is.

And I’m super excited about it.

We’re in the early stages of mapping out the first script, coordinating production dates and everything could and probably will fall apart and then come together at the very, very last moments but I’m excited.

More details coming soon.

Interviewing super cool people on my friend’s podcast.

I’ve already interviewed one of my favorite YouTubers Cody Wanner, gold-medalist Olympian Breeja Larson, a recent Shark Tank participant and (potentially massive) success story in Anthony Franco from McSquares, and tons of other amazing guests.

It’s been a blast, and I’ll be launching the first few episodes in the next month or two.

Doing more good in the world. ($25k and counting.)

In May, I partnered with Project Helping to launch a massive rollout of their Healthcare Heroes care package, and it’s been a huge success. We’ve already delivered 100s to healthcare workers around the country, have raised $25,000 for their packages, and I’m super happy about the impact we’ve had.

You can send a care package to a healthcare worker that you know and want to support through this link here.

Last updated on May 27th, 2020 from Kyoto, Japan.

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