Buck Buckner

Rules of Life
With AM Radio Host Buck Buckner

Looking for ways to improve your life?

Buck Buckner’s new book may be the next “big thing.”

Buck Buckner goes on tour “outside the bunker”

The reason? For one, Buck is just brutally honest. He calls it like he sees it and doesn’t look back. If you’re looking for apologies or over-explanations, Buck probably isn’t your guy. But if you’re interested in seeing the world through a guy who joyfully lives in a bunker, Buck’s approach may resonate.

More about Buck’s new book: 9 Rules of Blank. Building off the Pocket Guide to Bigfoot and The 10/90 Rule, the 9 Rules of Blank blazes new ground in the self-improvement field. In Buck’s own words, his list is deeply philosophical … or probably “phenomenal” is a better word. Eschewing traditional lists that generically start with the number 1, Buck hits the ground running with a vivid description of his trademark zeroth rule: The Belgian waffle.

And be prepared: Unlike his solitary soliloquies Inside “The Bunker,” the uncanny success of his new book the 9 Rules of Blank have taken him on a whirl-wind speaking tour in front of sold-out crowds.

Interview Tips
with AM Radio Host Buck Buckner

Buck Buckner didn’t just happen …

He got where he is by interviewing well.

In this video, Buck unveils some of his top interview tips. Probably his biggest secret is just being confident, and being himself. If you’re confident in life (but not too over confident), a lot of things fall in place. Someone recently told me, if you want to do well on an interview — be prepared to get some wrong. That’s where practice comes in. Other things to keep in mind: Maybe the best advice is to not do what Buck says. Just because it works for Buck, don’t expect to have the same result. Moral of the story: Don’t expect to nail your first interview (unless you’re Buck Buckner).

AM Radio Host Buck Buckner
Fear the middle, folks, fear the middle

Radio talk show host Buck Buckner tells listeners to “fear the middle” or rather — “The Fringe Middle” — as he calls the silent majority, in his popular syndicated radio program “In the Bunker.” The thing about Buck. He tells it like it is. Or at least as best as he can explain. And yes, like any radio host he tends to constantly repeat himself.