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The Enthusiasm Project

Tom Buck
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My name is Tom and this is The Enthusiasm Project! Join me each week for deep dives exploring the world of what it means to be an independent creator on YouTube, audio/video production, and keeping a positive, enthusiastic mindset along the way.


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Latest Episodes

Chris Raub joins the show for this final episode to share his experience as a ska fan and musician from the 90s through today. For me, hearing from truly talented musicians on what stands out the most about ska is fascinating. more

4 days ago

Patrick Boberg joins this week to talk about his ska journey, playing in bands, working in the world of film/video, and crafting the delicate tune that would become this podcasts theme. more

11 days ago

Mikes back on the mic with me and this time hes been doing some research to take us on a journey through the different "waves" of ska, beginning with early roots in 1940s Jamaica all the way through the current scene and everything somewhere in the b... more

18 days ago


5 out of 5 stars from 89 ratings
  • Always inspiring and valuable content

    Amazing how well the podcast complements Tom's YouTube presence. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Reviewer Dragan
    Sweden3 months ago
  • Super helpful for beginners too!

    You can tell that Tom puts a lot of time and effort into his content - which makes him very appealing for people who are experienced in the audio/video world. However, what I find extremely helpful is that he’s also able to make his content accessible to an absolute beginner as well. His welcoming tone and good nature make this podcast (and his YouTube channel) a fantastic resource for anyone interested in podcasting, video production or just looking to level up their online presence during meet... more

    Apple Podcasts
    Mariel. D.
    United States9 months ago
  • So easy to listen to

    Tom is a wonderful human being, and extremely easy to just kick back and listen to. Happy to have more TB content.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Absolutely Perfect!

    It occured to me recently that although sending Tom lots of emails with voice/video messages, I never actually wrote a review! more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago
  • One of my Favourites

    Ever so often there is a show that is worth listening since three years. Some stop, some get annoying and some are Tom and are just the guy who you want to have as a friend. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Daniel Kujawa
    Germany2 years ago

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