Jamie Varon is fed up with all the self-comparing we’re doing on social media these days, hear her thoughts on why comparing your life to what you see on Instagram is detrimental.

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Charlie Scaturro wrote a piece on Medium.com called ‘The Inevitability of Facing Ourselves’. Live from Brooklyn, New York, he takes Arye Kellman through some of what the article entails.

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In one of Arye’s coolest interviews yet, he touches base with Founder & CEO of ChopDawg.com Joshua Davidson, who – live from Philadelphia – talks about an article he wrote on Medium.com titled ‘If You’re Going to Do Something, Go All In’.

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Todd Brison weighs in from Tennessee around a recent piece he published on Medium, detailing what older generations can learn from Millennials and why being selfish may not be so selfish after all.

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Why could rapper Soulja Boy possibly win a Grammy for Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ album? Nathan Slavik from California has the answer.

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Lucas Bane is a producer, actor and writer living in West Hollywood, California who takes Arye Kellman through an article he wrote called ‘On Turning 30: Pool Parties, Body Shame and a Little Bit of Wisdom’.

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James Bloodworth is a columnist for the International Business Times and the former editor of the political blog, Left Foot Forward. Live from the UK, he joins Arye via Skype to talk about how and why he recently made news on his side of the world over a book he wrote called The Myth of Meritocracy: Why Working-Class Kids Still Get Working Class Jobs.

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An old friend of the show, Uno De Waal, stops by to tell Arye about a really cool project he is taking part in. The aim of the event is to bring together young local South Africans who have a passion for content creation, and facilitate a space where they can learn from existing established content producers/bloggers, and engage with international brands.

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Author Mary Pilon from New York wrote an interesting piece on Medium.com called ‘Instagram Is Ruining Vacation’, and in it she talks about people being obsessed with nabbing the perfect photo instead of actually enjoying the moment. She gives Arye Kellman an insight into how she came to this conclusion and what she thinks the solution is.

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