November 11, 2019
Get Rich Nick eats it this week as the Nicks attempt to get rich by helping a friend open a sandwich pop up restaurant. We interview entertainer and sandwich maven Lindsay Ames (https://www.instagram.com/makethatsandwich/) about her foodie history and sandwich empire, and go over all of our pop-up preparations. Then we invade the Lyric Hyperion here in LA to cook and sell sandwiches to friends and strangers. Nick puts together a side game to make a little extra money which is a bit of a disaster, but the sandwiches do a lot better. Join us as we get a piece of the American pie and take a bite out.
April 27, 2020
EP. 36 — E-books
This week, The Nicks are writing e-books! They discuss successful e-books, their writing styles and strategies (alcohol and ritalin), their many e-book pitches, and what they can do to make their e-book stand out. They play “e-book or Axe Body Spray,” Nick Vatterott shares the chapters of his e-book “How To Turn Your Twitter Into an E-book,” discuss how it was writing during the quarantine, and what the future of Get Rich Nick looks like.
Get Nick Vatterott’s E-Book, “How To Turn Your Twitter Into an E-Book” here – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087N75SBH/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_Z.JPEb4CK128W
April 20, 2020
This week, the Nicks explore what it COULD be like to drive Uber. With a pre-coronavirus interview with Brady Novak, they discuss his experience as an Uber driver, Uber vs. Lyft, Uber’s role in lessening DUI’s, the vomit bonus, Uber’s facial recognition software, and driving people to fancy hollywood parties. Then, Vatterott shares his journey with Uber, how difficult it is to rent a car, and how CoVid-19 has affected Uber. Plus, Nick Vatterott really looks like the jackbox guy.
April 13, 2020
EP. 34 — Instacart
This is probably the best time to get into Instacart, right? This week, Nick Turner signs up for Instacart, the grocery delivery app, and is immediately approved! They discuss the Instacart strike, reports from the frontline of grocery stores, the Instacart safety kits, glove strategy, and grocery store energy, and how to use a tip to make your order extra-appealing. Nick Turner then expresses his fears and safety concerns with actually working as a grocery store delivery person, and why Instacart workers deserve more money and respect.
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