06: Guerilla Philanthropy: Will Boyajin, Kindness, and HopefulCases.org
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Hello, you beautiful soul!

This week on The ChipChat Podcast, I get the honor of introducing you to an incredible human being by the name of Will Boyajin.

He's a musician, an actor, a freestyle singer, and a guerilla humanitarian. He's also one of the most talented humans I've had the good fortune to know, and (I believe) the most-watched LIVE performer on Reddit.com.

He's also the founder of www.HopefulCases.org, an organization that allows musicians to give back to those in need and the homeless.

Today--we talk all about KINDNESS and leading a better life through sharing our gifts for the benefit of others. Here's just SOME of what's covered in this amazing interview (which I'll attribute all to him):

  • The special moment Will shared with me and my mom on her deathbed (he didn't know it).
  • Talent being quantifiable.
  • "You don't have to judge to give."
  • The story behind the sign. "If you're homeless or need help, TAKE as much from the case as you need. (I just like to play)."
  • Why are we here as human beings?
  • How life is amazing, regardless of our down points.
  • Liking ourselves.
  • The Imposter Syndrome and some practical advice on beating it.
  • Disconnecting the voice in our head to be objective.
  • How we can also start helping others and making it our "thing."
  • Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman.
  • Getting weird with the Professional Secret Keepers.
  • Life Philosophy.
  • The Second Rennaissance.
  • Secular Humanism and Chaotic Neutral.
  • On Becoming Self-Actualized--finding the GOBLIN!
  • and THE BIGGEST FEAR at the moment of death.

This is a very special conversation, and I think you're going to like it...even if you get only a fraction out of it as I did then I know you will.

MAN! I love meeting these interesting people!

Press play and get to meet Will Boyajin!

You are loved and deserving,

Chip Franks ❤️👍

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