Jan. 15, 2021

Listener Favorites: Eric Gorges | A Craftsman's Legacy

Listener Favorites: Eric Gorges | A Craftsman's Legacy

Eric Gorges grew up not caring about school and then developed a panic disorder early on in his professional life. It got to the point where his panic and anxiety made him nearly agoraphobic. But he was able to overcome that obstacle and get back to hi...


Eric Gorges grew up not caring about school and then developed a panic disorder early on in his professional life. It got to the point where his panic and anxiety made him nearly agoraphobic. But he was able to overcome that obstacle and get back to his craftsman roots from his childhood, and now he’s gone on to be a successful businessman and host of popular television series. Hear his story on our latest episode!

 

Eric Gorges is the owner of Voodoo Choppers and host of the TV show A Craftsman’s Legacy, which airs on Monday's and Friday's.

 

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Eric Gorges

Eric Gorges grew up in a woodworking family in Detroit, Michigan; his grandfather was a professional cabinetmaker and his dad was a serious hobbyist. But Eric’s career path led him to a lucrative corporate job. In his twenties, he began suffering panic attacks, but the road to recovery was found by working with his hands. Eric took up metalwork, then started a custom motorcycle shop that became very successful. These days, he hosts A Craftsmen’s Legacy, a TV show that shines a light on all kinds of craftspeople and the work they do.