The world of stand-up comedy can be very difficult to bear. Balancing a taxing lifestyle and overcoming rejection are two very obvious challenges a comedian must face. But what about the real big stuff we’re afraid to talk about? Such as death, poverty, and declining health.
In today’s episode, my friend and professional stand-up comedian, Dat Phan joins Phil and me to talk about the power of taking action and the beauty of hidden connections. Watch and listen as Dat intimately reveals his greatest fear, shares a private story about the death of our mutual friend (RIP Eugene Hoang), and how removing comedy from his lifestyle helps him to avoid burnout.
Share Some Shut Up Love –> I was homeless once as a child & again as an adult, right before winning Last Comic Standing. I’m a survivor. @dat_phan on #shutupshow (click to tweet)
See video blog and full show notes at https://theshutupshow.com/datphan