I have a podcast — it's called "Girl on Guy." I've had it for a couple years and it has over 7 million downloads. It's interviewing different people — sometimes comedians, writers, actors, athletes — about their work and how they've gotten to be the artist or the person that they are. Then I always have them tell a "self-inflicted-wound" story at the end of the show, where they talk about something that's gone wrong in their life. The whole point is that people kind of look at successful people and think, "Oh, they're perfect. They're magical. They fell out of the sky this way," and those stories just humanize them and kind of show people that they're human and everybody makes mistakes.