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Happy Endings

Author: Danny Duncan and Jon Youshaei

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Not your average podcast. Interviews with founders, athletes and celebrities. Hosted by Danny Duncan and Jon Youshaei.
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In this episode, Danny interviewed Frankie Lapenna, who is a social media content creator who first went viral for his green screen zoom call meetings but since then has gone on to become known as the “Big Butt Guy”. He started his YouTube channel in 2011 which now has over 8 million subscribers and over 6 billion total views. Frankie wants to continue to expand his brand and work on videos that have a positive impact on the world. Available on all major podcast platforms: Spotify: podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/happyendingspod Apple: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/happy-endings/id1720122256 About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. 0:00 - 0:57 Intro 0:58 - 2:58 People think the butt is fake 2:59 - 6:00 How Frankie got started 6:01 - 6:30 Long form vs short form videos 6:31 - 9:41 Strategy for making videos 9:42 - 12:44 Frankie’s favorite conspiracy theory 12:45 - 14:09 Transitioning to longer form content 14:10 - 15:06 Should people go to college? 15:07 - 19:07 Frankie’s butt game 19:08 - 20:55 Frankie wanted Danny to do a burger challenge 20:56 - 23:44 Military Tech is way ahead of consumer tech 23:45 - 26:09 Apple Vision Pro is a waste of money right now 26:10 - 28:31 How videos impact society 28:32 - 31:02 Frankie’s videos are hard on his body 31:03 - 32:23 Frankie’s thoughts on Aliens 32:24 - 32:58 9/11 talk 32:59 - 34:28 Manipulated news culture 24:29 - 36:46 Frankie doing a video with John Cena 36:47 - 37:15 Marlowe 37:16 - 39:00 Brand Deals 39:01 - 40:56 Making money from videos 40:57 - 41:52 Malaysian Airlines disappearing 41:53 - 44:40 How to fix politics 44:41 - 48:42 Investing talk 48:43 - 57:22 More Conspiracy Theory Talk 57:23 - 1:01:48 Frankie and Danny’s impact on society 1:01:49 - 1:02:35 Outro
In this episode, Danny interviews Paul Saladino who is a Double board certified Physician and licensed Physician in California. Now, he is a YouTuber who focuses on promoting healthy lifestyles and animal based diets. He launched “Heart and Soil Supplements” which is an animal based supplement. Paul has also launched a healthy meat stick company called “Lineage Provisions”. He continues to promote healthy lifestyles and is working on other various health based products. Available on all major podcast platforms: Spotify: podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/happyendingspod Apple: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/happy-endings/id1720122256 About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. 0:00 - 0:39 Intro 0:40 - 10:02 How Paul got started 10:03 - 12:38 They foods we eat now 12:39 - 13:29 The Pharmaceutical Industry 13:30 - 14:14 Marlowe 14:15 - 16:11 FDA on Baby Formula 16:12 - 18:35 McDonald's Fries are like a pack of cigarettes 18:36 - 28:37 How to find healthy food 28:38 - 34:20 Diet affecting other parts of your body 34:21 - 36:22 Going all in on being healthy 36:23 - 47:57 Paul’s businesses 47:56 - 52:28 It’s not hard to make healthy meals 52:29 - 55:18 Paul on not using toothpaste 55:19 - 1:04:20 Trying an EMF Reader 1:04:21 - 1:07:27 Your gut affects your breath 1:07:28 - 1:08:42 How to enlarge your penis 1:08:43 - 1:10:43 Outro
In this episode we interview Track and Field athlete Hunter Woodhall, who at 11 months old had to have his legs removed but despite that became successful in his career. He has gone on to become a two time Paralympic medalist, Four-Time IPC Championships Medalist, and a 4x First-Team All-American (4x400-Meter Relay, Distance Medley Relay). These days, Hunter continues to compete and is working towards getting foundations started to help with people in need of prosthetics and various other projects relating to that such as the Challenged Athletes Foundation. About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more.
In this episode, we interview Kevin Amarillo who is a comedy sketch artist, filmer, and appears in Danny’s videos. We talk to Kevin about how he got started making comedy sketches and who inspired him. We get into Kevin’s struggles with mental health as well as his past with being homeless. Danny and Kevin also share stories from their many years of being friends together. Now, Kevin continues to work on comedy sketches for his YouTube channel and various other platforms. About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. #HappyEndings #DannyDuncan #JonYoushaei #HappyEndingsPodcast #KevinYellow
The Untold Story of Kewon

The Untold Story of Kewon

2024-02-2001:08:57

On this episode, we interviewed Kewon Vines who is an actor and one of Danny Duncan's closest friends. We talk to Kewon about how he got started and what his goals in his career are. We get into how Kewon has been able to navigate the industry and social media while being a little person. We also dive into the investment world as well as interesting stories from Danny and Kewon’s history of being friends and making videos together. About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. 0:00 - 0:37 Intro 0:38 - 4:27 How Kewon met Danny 4:28 - 7:38 When Kewon realized he was a little person 7:39 - 9:46 How people react to seeing Kewon 9:47 - 12:47 How Kewon has benefited from being a little person 12:48 - 16:57 Kewon wrestling 16:58 - 18:57 When Kewon knew he wanted to act 18:58 - 22:37 Kewon’s college stories 22:38 - 25:21 Jon’s craziest college story 25:22 - 27:50 Kewon growing up in Compton 27:51 - 35:47 Kewon’s experience with acting 35:48 - 39:52 Dealing with people treating him differently 39:53 - 42:21 Being on tour with Danny 42:22 - 47:40 Craziest things Kewon has done with Danny 47:41 - 49:04 Danny’s tour story with Kewon 49:05 - 51:00 Danny’s next tour idea 51:01 - 53:32 What Kewon has learned from Danny 53:33 - 56:13 Kewon needs an agent 56:14 - 59:30 Danny wants to make a movie/show with Kewon 59:31 - 1:01:13 Danny tried to get Kewon a better social handle 1:01:14 - 1:04:01 Kewon’s first time smoking weed 1:04:02 - 1:08:24 Questions from fans 1:08:25 - 1:08:50 Outro
In this episode, we interviewed singer, songwriter, producer, and Grammy-nominated artist Mike Posner who has climbed the charts becoming one of the most famous artists in the world with hits, “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” and “Cooler Than Me” as well as many others. Mike has also accomplished feats such as walking across America and summiting Mount Everest. These days, Mike continues to create music and now also has a podcast, “The Mike Posner Podcast”. Thank you to Prize Picks for sponsoring this episode, see link here and use code "Danny": https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/DANNY About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. 0:00 - 0:42 Intro 0:43 - 3:22 Making Music 3:23 - 10:13 Getting Started and Rejecting Jay Z 10:14 - 12:54 Danny's first DM to Mike 12:55 - 17:52 Why Mike walked across America 17:53 - 18:29 Prize Picks 18:30 - 24:24 What It's Really Like Climbing Everest 24:25 - 28:45 Mike’s experience with walking across America (cont.) 28:46 - 36:09 Seeking discomfort 36:10 - 38:28 Goals changing as life goes on 38:29 - 47:56 Mike’s experience climbing Everest (cont.) 47:57 - 51:30 Meeting new people 51:31 - 54:08 What songs have been most impactful 54:09 - 57:22 How the walk across America changed Mike’s career 57:23 - 59:34 Creating hits 59:35 - 1:02:54 How people reacted to Mike’s beard 1:02:55 - 1:05:26 When “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” blew up 1:05:27 - 1:06:42 People having different views 1:06:43 - 1:06:51 Outro #HappyEndings #DannyDuncan #JonYoushaei #HappyEndingsPodcast #mikeposner
In this episode, you'll hear from Jackass star Poopies who got his start at 16 when he became friends with Jackass Producer Trip Taylor. He went on to star in a RedBull TV series called “Who is J.O.B” after moving to Hawaii. After traveling the world for that show, Poopies got offered to do a screen test for a new Jackass movie which led to him becoming a new cast member. Poopies also became the first person ever to get bitten by a Shark during the filming of Shark Week which led him to need to get the arteries and tendons surgically reattached in his hand. Now Poopies is focused on growing his YouTube channel and wants to start investing in properties and doing other projects. Thank you to Prize Picks for sponsoring this episode, see link here and use code "Danny": https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/DANNY About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. 0:00 - 0:35 Intro 0:36 - 12:20 How Poopies got started 12:21 - 12:32 Poopies’s time in Jail 12:33 - 13:09 Prize Picks 13:10 - 28:14 Poopies’s time in Jail (cont.) 28:15 - 39:08 Poopies’s experiences with Rehab 39:09 - 40:48 Roscoe asks Poopies a question 40:49 - 44:00 Talking about the neighbor Allison 44:01 - 52:15 Danny and Poopies talk about making money 52:16 - 56:47 Poopies’s future plans 56:48 - 58:15 Poopies’s favorite stunt 58:16 - 58:36 Outro #HappyEndings #DannyDuncan #JonYoushaei #HappyEndingsPodcast #Poopies
In this episode, we interview Chris Chann, OG YouTuber and Danny’s best friend. Chris has been making videos on YouTube since 2009 and made a name for himself in the skate community with his win at Battle of the Berrics in 2014 as well as viral videos such as “Returning A Pencil 15 Years Later” and many others. Chris helped Danny immensely early in his career by putting him in his videos and then eventually buying him a car so he could stay out in LA. Years later, Danny returned the favor and bought Chris a Tesla redeeming the “IOU” voucher he made when Chris bought him his car. Now, Chris is making videos while traveling the world and is still involved in the skating community. Thank you to Prize Picks for sponsoring this episode, see link here and use code "Danny": https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/DANNY About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. 0:00 - 0:35 Intro 0:36 - 4:48 Danny and Chris early days together 4:49 - 5:17 Danny doing things for a shoutout from Chris 5:18 - 7:28 What first put Chris Chann on the map 7:29 - 14:42 Chris and Danny bought each other cars 14:43 - 15:03 Prize Picks 15:04 - 17:45 Chris and Danny bought each other cars (cont.) 17:46 - 19:29 How Chris started making money 19:30 - 20:44 Chris’s first viral video 20:45 - 22:37 Chris had a deal with Adidas 22:38 - 30:08 Working with brands 30:09 - 32:26 Danny almost had a shoe with Vans 32:27 - 34:31 Meeting important people randomly 34:32 - 35:40 Chris on his college degree 35:41- 38:00 Chris helped with friend with a project 38:01 - 40:30 Danny on doing other jobs besides YouTube 40:31 - 45:10 Chris and Danny double date story 45:11 - 46:00 Missing the grind 46:01 - 47:46 Scheduling videos for the future 47:47 - 48:00 Outro
In this episode, we interview one of the OG YouTubers who helped shape Danny’s career. Andrew started out doing prank videos for years but has since transitioned into more of an interview style with his “Chatting with” and “People on” series while still doing the occasional prank or social experiments. We talk about the highs and lows of Andrew’s career and how he has gone about dealing with the mental health associated with that. Thank you to Prize Picks for sponsoring this episode, see link here and use code "Danny": https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/DANNY About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. Danny's Channel: https://www.YouTube.com/@danny Jon's Channel: https://www.YouTube.com/youshaei LAHWF's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@LAHWF 0:00 - 0:49 Intro 0:40 - 3:38 First time meeting Danny 3:39 - 4:03 Danny and Andrew’s first video together 4:04 - 5:40 Andrew’s early days of making videos 5:41 - 6:37 The types of conversations Andrew has in his videos 6:38 - 7:27 Danny’s early days of videos 7:28 - 9:01 Not wanting to be repetitive with ideas 9:02 - 14:34 Andrew and Danny’s advice for being successful 14:35 - 20:07 What Danny wants to work on 20:08 - 20:43 Prize Picks 20:44 - 22:44 Danny on buying a sports team 22:45 - 24:12 Andrew wants to race Danny 24:13 - 26:25 LA isn’t as good as it used to be 26:26 - 27:27 When Andrew visited Danny in Florida 27:28 - 27:53 Andrew had a blog about Danny 27:54 - 30:52 Being around drunk people 30:53 - 32:28 Andrew Hales on going broke 32:29 - 33:18 The process of Andrew interviewing people 33:19 - 37:27 Getting burnt out 37:28 - 39:52 Danny on fans getting scammed 39:53 - 44:24 Danny is trying to get a book finished 44:25 - 45:15 Comeback stories 45:16 - 46:50 Andrew tries Matador 46:51 - 50:16 Will Danny have kids eventually 50:17 - 51:38 Having a good sleep schedule 51:39 - 54:49 Andrew’s upcoming projects 55:50 - 57:08 Making money on YouTube 57:09 - 58:07 Outro
We interviewed the legendary Tony Hawk, who started skateboarding at 10 years old in 1978 before turning his brand into one that's rumored to be worth over $1 billion dollars according to CNBC with the success of his Tony Hawk Pro Skater games on Playstation, N64, PC, and more. In this episode, Tony talks about how he made the game, built his business, and helped revolutionize the sport of skateboarding by landing the 900 and bringing the sport to the Olympics. Thank you to Prize Picks for sponsoring this episode, see link here and use code "Danny": https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/DANNY Available on all major podcast platforms: Spotify: podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/happyendingspod Apple: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/happy-endings/id1720122256 About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. Danny's Channel: https://www.YouTube.com/@danny Jon's Channel: https://www.YouTube.com/youshaei 0:00 - 0:48 Intro 0:49 - 2:14 Tony’s early skating days 2:15 - 4:09 Danny started out stretching athletes 4:10 - 7:45 Tony’s early skating days (cont.) 7:46 - 9:21 Working on the first Tony Hawk game 9:22 - 11:53 Tony Hawk becoming a brand 11:54 - 14:15 What is was like making a game in the 90’s 14:16 - 15:59 Tony said no to 500 million dollars 16:00 - 16:40 Tony Hawk game sequels 16:41 - 17:51 The Loop 17:52 - 18:39 Tony’s first skateboard is in the Smithsonian 18:40 - 19:15 Prize Picks 19:16 - 21:04 Tony’s Legacy 21:05 - 23:10 Tony’s day to day 21:11 - 25:46 Femur injury 25:47 - 27:30 Taking care of your body as you get older 27:31 - 29:21 Tony’s kid is a skateboarder 29:22 - 30:18 Tony’s dad and the X Games 30:19 - 36:02 Getting skateboarding into the Olympics 36:03 - 37:37 Who Tony wants to work with 37:38 - 38:02 Biggest thing Tony has turned down 38:03 - 40:27 Tony being recognized in public 40:28 - 41:55 Meeting people you look up to 41:56 - 42:51 Danny tried getting in contact of Tony Hawk before 42:52 - 44:35 Tony Hawk on social media 44:36 - 45:35 Giving your younger self advice 45:36 - 47:10 Tony Hawk invented a lot of tricks 47:11 - 48:52 Tony Hawk on Jackass 48:53 - 58:11 Tony completing the 900 58:12 - 58:24 The future of Skateboarding tricks 58:25 - 59:35 Outro #HappyEndings #DannyDuncan #JonYoushaei #HappyEndingsPodcast #tonyhawk
In this episode, Paddy Pimblett talks about how he got his start doing MMA at just 15 years old, making himself one of the best known in the field. Paddy also discusses why he turned down UFC at age 21 and again at 23. He also shares the secret to why he's never been knocked out and who he most wants to take down next. Thank you to Prize Picks for sponsoring this episode, see link here and use code "Danny": https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/DANNY About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. 0:00 - 1:39 Intro 1:40 - 2:51 Paddy learns about Pickleball 2:54 - 3:39 How did Paddy get into MMA? 3:40 - 4:28 Paddy's favorite part of training 4:29 - 5:30 Drinks taste different in other parts of the world 5:31 - 7:23 What Paddy eats when he's in America 7:24 - 8:11 The secret to fighting 8:12 - 8:58 Who Paddy wants to punch 8:59 - 11:16 Danny's highschool wrestling days 11:17 - 11:56 Danny's progression with making videos 11:57 - 13:04 Paddy wants to train with Mark Zuckerberg 13:05 - 13:44 Prize Picks 13:45 - 15:13 Has any stunt ever gone wrong in a Danny video? 15:14 - 18:33 Why people don't like Paddy 18:34 - 19:39 Slap Fights 19:40 - 21:21 Paddy's beef with Hand Sanitizer Boy 21:22 - 22:56 Kids not being disciplined the same anymore 22:57 - 24:22 Paddy's favorite place in America 24:23 - 26:52 Paddy's surgeries/Hospitals in America 26:53 - 28:45 Training by kicking trees 28:46 - 30:17 Paddy's superstitions 30:18 - 31:45 Best day of Paddy's fighting career 31:46 - 33:19 Has anyone died in the ring? 33:20 - 34:05 Barstool's Ruff and Rowdy events 34:06 - 34:30 Danny almost did a fight 34:31 - 35:11 Paddy's injuries 35:12 - 35:47 Paddy teaches Danny how to do an outro 35:48 - 37:43 Paddy asks Danny questions 37:44 - 38:58 Paddy's product 38:59 - 39:24 Outro
We interviewed Oliver Tree who is changing the music industry by bringing together inspiration from different artists ranging from the Gorillaz to Weird Al to Wes Anderson and more. And he may or not have walked off our podcast set after a few too many jokes 😅 During the interview he talked about his early beginnings on Vine to his "Slime" stunt on Logan Paul's Impaulsive podcast and why people may think he's a parody or joke, but in reality, he's more serious than 99% of artists with the millions he's invested in his world tour, concerts, and production. Thank you to Prize Picks for sponsoring this episode, see link here and use code "Danny": https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/DANNY About The Hosts: Danny Duncan is a top YouTuber with 7M+ subscribers and $150M+ in merch sales. He's also the co-owner of the popular frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, founder of Good Sport, and Danny's Cream Pies. Jon Youshaei worked inside Instagram and YouTube for 8 years where he was Head of Creator Product Marketing before becoming a creator and journalist for Forbes, TIME, and more. Timestamps: 0:00 - 1:58 Intro 1:59 - 3:11 Oliver's new album and tour 3:12 - 6:49 Performing is a lot of work 6:50 - 8:26 Oliver's Unlikely Inspirations 8:27 - 10:29 New American Dream? 10:30 - 15:00 The Unspoken Game of YouTube 15:01 - 16:52 How to hack traveling to avoid jet lag 16:53 - 18:36 What happens we you get sick on tour 18:37 - 19:13 Prize Picks 19:14 - 20:13 Getting sick on tour (continued) 20:14 - 21:12 Hosting Fyre Fest 2 21:13 - 23:21 Mastering the art 23:22 - 27:50 What Oliver wants 27:51 - 29:32 Danny and Oliver's signature hair 29:33 - 33:10 Oliver's crazy contract 33:11 - 34:55 TikTok changing the way music is made 34:56 - 36:21 Promoting music 36:22 - 36:38 Performing in front of 10,000+ people 36:39 - 38:06 Playing at a variety of venues 38:07 - 40:02 A song being a flop 40:03 - 42:24 Prostate Stones 42:25 - 43:33 Danny and Oliver tried to make plans 43:34 - 44:31 Being educated 44:32 - 45:54 Oliver's first music deal 45:55 - 48:56 Michelin Star Rating System 48:57 - 51:18 Alone In a Crowd 51:19 - 54:20 The style of Oliver's shows 54:21 - 56:00 Oliver's most known gag 56:01 - 57:25 Podcast gifts 57:26 - 58:11 Oliver sings
There's a reason why Lance Armstrong is the only person Danny Duncan follows on Instagram. In the first episode of Happy Endings, co-hosts Danny Duncan and Jon Youshaei ask cycling legend Lance Armstrong about his complicated past: why the Tour De France turned into a "knife fight", the use of PED's in sports, how he raised over $500M for cancer research, what actually happened during his interview with Oprah and...Danny may or may not have asked Lance to examine his balls. Thank you to Prize Picks for sponsoring this episode, see link here and use code "Danny": https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/DANNY 00:00 Intro00:44 80/20 rule01:43 First time Danny and Lance met03:02 Cycling as a career04:24 Finding out he had cancer08:27 Starting the Livestrong brand10:24 The yellow branding12:34 Trying Danny’s Energy Shot14:20 Having Easter together15:34 Project ideas with Lance  16:47 Lance in movies18:54 PrizePicks  19:34 Winning 1st Tour21:37 Listening to other team’s comms26:58 People act differently in sports today  30:37 Investing in UBER32:38 Lance’s legacy with his kids  37:49 Things Lance is most proud of in his career  38:52 Not being part of Livestrong anymore42:30 Iconic Yellow Jerseys  46:52 Iconic Couch Photo Happy Endings is co-hosted by Danny Duncan and Jon Youshaei. Subscribe for our upcoming interviews with Tony Hawk, Oliver Tree, and more. Follow Us: YouTube Instagram TikTok Twitter
Not your average podcast. Interviews with founders, athletes and celebrities. Hosted by Danny Duncan and Jon Youshaei.
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