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Wild Times with Susan Maletta

Comedy podcast including personal development themes and challenges, guest interviews, personal stories, Shots n' Crafts parties, and wild times and discussions. Sometimes rants. The philosophy and motto of this podcast is Work Hard/Play Hard. Get successful so you can reward yourself with wild times, baby. This podcast is geared towards other comedians, aspiring comedians & podcasters, and the general public (non-comedians who love comedy). I also swear a lot so you'll have to get over that. I temper it with eloquent speaking and useful information, though, so there's that.. love me or leave me. Comedian Bio: Susan Maletta is a Silicon Valley-based comedian who creates an instant connection with her audience that delights the spirit yet can sometimes pollute the mind. This corporate run-away, divorce survivor, and single parent fires off her relatable insights in a high-energy, charismatic performance that is sure to entertain and amuse any audience. Susan Maletta has appeared on Nick-at-Nite’s America’s Funniest Mom 3 and was featured in the documentary film, "Comedy ’Aint for the Money", and on Hulu. She won 1st place in the Tommy T's Comedy Club comedy contest and 2nd place in Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club's annual competition. She has also done radio and podcasting for many years, interviewing hundreds of Bay Area comedians including Robin Williams. Check out her motivational/self-development comedy podcast, "Wild Times with Susan Maletta" on iTunes/Apple podcasts. •stand-up comedian •podcaster •blogger •comedic motivational speaker @susanmaletta on IG and twitter facebook.com/wildtimeswithsusanmaletta
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Dec 5, 2019

On my rainy commute home, I try to get you to:

  • Stop fighting on social media and avoid toxic people.

  • Limit your news intake and reduce entertaining (or reacting to) your negative or obsessive thoughts.

  • Stop letting people (including you) waste your time. Minimize distractions that take you off course or make you upset.

  • Stay on this planet with us even if you are depressed or in agonizing, relentless daily pain. There's help and support.

  • Reduce TV but if you don't, make sure it's fuckin' funny.

  • Know how to set hard and serious boundaries with people who consistently suck the energy and time out of your day by venting their many problems to you (and that includes following their negative, ranting social media posts). You can do it politely.

    Do not give your time freely unless it is to your kids (who depend on you) or your boss or customers (who you depend on). Fuck everyone else.

    Seriously, dude...let these attention-seeking drama queens go suck the life and time out of someone else so you can get your goals planned and accomplished. I mean it.

    Stop saying yes to every social invitation, too. Focus on getting your shit done. Make it a goal to focus on your goal setting. FOMO is real but, oh well. It was probably not going to be that fun, and you would rather be at home anyway. You know I am right.

  • Increase laughter in your day somehow. Find it or create it. It's healing and positive and fun and playful and joyous. 


Oh yeah, btw....I also occasionally talk about very personal, sometimes intimate subjects because I don't filter myself, so you have been warned (teased)?

Thanks for being part of my journey to improve and find happiness and success in this short and precious life. I know I am often negative, so this seems hypocritical, but I’m trying to grow. We are in this together, you fuckin' asshole. ;-)

Dec 1, 2019

Topics include:

  • My friend unexpectedly had her baby one month early yesterday, and without notice, and my other friend helped deliver it because they had no time to get help!
  • Pondering then writing down your ideal, dream life
  • Backwards planning from the end of your life 
  • Planning and habit tracking apps for your phone
  • Believing in yourself and thinking BIG
  • Setting measurable goals (not unclear/open-ended ones)
  • Recommended audio books for habits, goals, and finance

Thank you for being sexy and wild.

Love,
Susan

 

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