Internationally touring bassist and music director Rob Morgan sits down over drinks with intriguing people to try and learn what it means to live a curious life.

March 28, 2020

+++ Daily Guinness - Let’s talk about the dangers of “Hustle Culture” during Self-Isolation

A massive question my friends and I have been asking lately is, "How should I spend my time while stuck at home during this time of self-distancing?" A ton of people say you should "Hustle", make the most of this time, look for the opportunity in this situation, and spend it "CRUSHING IT!!!!" But... I don't always have that in me to 'make the most of this situation." I've found myself emotionally all over the spectrum this past week from creating to sitting on the couch, from connecting online to turning my phone off and just ignoring the world... here's what I've learned so far.


March 12, 2020

How Serious Is THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19), And What Actions Should We Take? (feat. Mike “Science Mike” McHargue)

If you’re like me, it’s tough knowing who to listen to when it comes to media coverage on COVID-19, aka “The Coronavirus.” A quick GOOGLE search will simultaneously tell you that it’s no big deal, and also that it’s the end of the world. One look at some of the overreacting people I’ve seen at Target here in Minneapolis and you’d think it was the zombie apocalypse. 
I NEED UNBIASED INFORMATION GROUNDED IN FACTS and I’m curious: How serious is it, and what actions should we take?
Thanks Science Mike for being a source of calm, intelligent, non-emotionally charged, information to help bring some clarity to the situation.
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March 10, 2020

Irish Storytelling & The Art Of Conversation (feat. Morrissey’s Roy Connaughton)

Whether you’re at a pub, a coffee shop, or in line at the DMV, striking up a conversation with a stranger can be intimidating. That said, I’m convinced it’s one of foundations of living a curious life.
You may just have a kind interaction but you never know, you may be sitting across from a future close friend, or in Roy Connaughton’s case, a future friend and your future Irish Pub co-owner.
With the convenient distraction of a cell phone in our pocket at all times, we’ve never had an easier excuse to not strike up conversation, but Roy says that it’s not that simple. Growing up in Ireland pre-cellphones and social-media, there’s always been an excuse to not strike up conversation but it you can get over that hurdle… you never know where in the world life will take you!
Roy Connaughton is one of the owners of Morrissey’s Irish Pub in Minneapolis, MN and a new friend of mine and I wasn’t expecting how deep this conversation ended up going. This my friends, is why I do this. 
ALSO! Next week, I’ll be at Morrissey’s hosting their St. Patrick’s Day 2020 celebrations! Come swing out and LET’S CHEERS over a pint of Guinness!
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March 6, 2020

⟁ — WRITE SHIT DOWN! My process, tools, and approach.

At first, I was going to talk about ⟁ (the new weekly newsletter) but quite a few of you have reached out to me already in the first week of it asking how I remember and keep track of everything I watch, read, listen to, overhear, or discover throughout the week so... grab a mug of English breakfast tea and join me in the studio as I break down my process in the hopes that it inspires you to stay curious and WRITE SHIT DOWN!
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