Since the Great Recession, Kallen has helped over 2,000 people reach the finish line in their careers and authored the international bestselling author of Reaching the Finish Line: A Practical Guide to Discovering the Champion in You.
He has furthered his mission with this podcast to inspire and motivate listeners to reach the finish line through interesting episodes with prolific guests.
Some past guests include Robert Kiyosaki, JJ Ramberg, Brian Scudamore, Tucker Max, Fran Maier, and many more.
Is there an accredited university that offers tuition-free degrees to the world?
There is -- University of The People.
In this episode, I welcome back the founder and president, Shai Reshef, to discuss how his vision for tuition-free education has led to the university's success.
How can we own the day among overwhelming adversity? Onnit's Aubrey Marcus joins me to address the question and offers some insights from his recent NY Times bestseller, Own The Day, to develop a mind, body, and soul routine to own every day of our lives.
MoviePass was the first to launch the brilliant idea of offering unlimited movies for a low monthly price. Although, their problem was that they couldn't make the business model sustainable.
Sinemia recognized their competitor's problems but took a more sustainable approach. So, I talked with Sinemia's founder and CEO, Rifat Oguz, about this innovative entertainment industry, his current success, and how his company plans to be the leader of this niche.
In this episode, our guest is Lukas Krause. He is the president of Real Property Management and a former baseball player for the New York Mets.
Most people give up on their sports career aspiration after college. Not Lukas. He graduated from college, but was still determined to play for the Mets.
He got an opportunity to try out during spring training and got offered a contract. So, why did he switch from playing professional baseball to presiding over a propery management franchise?
In this episode, our guest is Paul Krupin. He is an author, publisher, publicist, software app developer, and former veteran government employee.
Paul is a man of many trades, but he was not always that way. He was a government guy for a LONG TIME (28+ years).
He tried to pull out early, but a lucrative offer changed his mind. Despite his career as a government employee, he still pursued other entrepreneurial endeavors, which includes multiple books that now yields him a near six-figure annual income.
He also owns a PR agency and recently launched an online software app called Presari. Do you like Google? This search engine aggregator goes a stop beyond Google.
Entrepreneurship still intimidates people, but Paul exemplifies a person that held a career as a government employee, while still pursuing and profiting from his entrepreneurial endeavors.
As a Baby Boomer, Paul shares a lot of wisdom from his past and several insights relevant in the 21st century.
In this episode, our guest is Ira Pastor. He is the CEO of Bioquark, a life sciences company developing propietary biologic products for the repair and regeneration of tissues.
Ira is on a mission to help people live longer, so they can reach their finish line. This episode, we will learn about his inspiration, influences, success, and vision.
In this episode, our guest is Jesse Tevelow. He has authored several books, including The Connection Algorithm and his newest book, The Authorpreneur.
Jesse is the founder of Launch Team, where he helps authors market their books to build their brand and grow their business.
In this episode, our guest is Ryan Emmons. He is the Co-Founder and CEO of Waiakea, a volcanic water company. The Inc. 500 company has won multiple awards for its social responsibility
In this episode, Ryan starts from the beginning as we learn about his childhood and the influence of his entrepreneurial parents. He addresses his college life and whether it was instrumental to his success. Then, we talk about the business and the keys that were instrumental to its success.
In this episode, our guest is Chris Fous. He is the Co-Founder & CEO of WooBamboo, a natural oral care company.
WooBamboo products are sold worldwide with 8,000 stores selling their products in the United States and abroad.
In this episode, we discuss his life in the advertising industry prior to starting Woobamboo. Interestingly, he shared the humor of how he met one of his co-founders. Also, he talks about his success formula of growing WooBamboo at a rapid rate and having their products sold in 8,000 stores worldwide.
In this episode, our guest is the former NFL player, Chris Gronkowski. Chris was the starting fullback for the Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, and the Indianapolis Colts.
A NFL career is not so glamourous. Tune in as this former NFL player shares his pro football experience and now retired with 2 successful businesses (one that recently aired on Shark Tank).
In this episode, I interview Jesse Krieger (a former indie rock star, now book publisher and international bestselling author).
His band, Harsh Krieger, achieved a #1 hit single (Home) and appeared on 2 MTV reality TV series, Real World and Road Rules: X-Treme.
Later, he turned his focus to producing books. He wrote the international bestselling book, Lifestyle Entrepreneur and founded Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press.
In this episode, our guest is Tanya Hall. She is the CEO of Greenleaf Book Group. Greenleaf has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing book publishers. Tanya shares the keys to the company's success.
In this episode, our guest is Jessica Love. She is the owner of Luv Java, a high performance butter coffee.
At 16 years old, she was a married homeowner before shortly becoming a single mother. She shares how she perseveres through adversity and created a high performance butter coffee company.
In this episode, our guest is Dave Chesson. He is the Kindlepreneur. Yes, you read that right. His catalogue of best-selling Kindle books has led him to retire from the military to be with his family and commit to his book business full-time.
In this episode, our guest is Ian Freeman. He is the voice of Free Talk Live, a nationally syndicated radio show host. We talked about his journey in the radio industry, his passion for liberty, and his savviness to combine them both to reach his finish line.
In this episode, our guest is Kimanzi Constable. He is the author of Are You Living or Existing and co-author of Stop Chasing Influencers. He has sold over 100,000 books as an author and write for several popular publications, including Entrepreneur Magazine and Success Magazine.
In this episode, our guest is Jimmy Tomczak. He is an entrepreneur and the author of the book, Lakeside and Tide. Jimmy's book is not typically the book that I will have shelved in my library, but his book made me curious. The 28 year old entrepreneur has been featured in many mainstream publications. What is his secret to success? I asked him!
In this episode, our guest is Ayelet Levy. She is the VP of Naot. She shares about the meaning of bicultural life, her college experience, inspiration and opportunity to play an integral part of her family business.
In this episode, our guest is Dr. Mark Goulston. He is a prominent psychiatrist and author of several best-selling books, including Just Listen and Talking to Crazy. Listening is an underrated skill. Dr. Goulston teaches us about how we can use it to our advantage to reach the finish line.
In this episode, our guest is Paul Hletko. He is the founder and president of Few Spirits. Are you interested in getting the alcohol business? If so or not, you will want to tune in to hear Paul's sage advice.
In this episode, our guest is Greg Macpherson. He is the CEO of the antioxidant product line, MitoQ. Greg and I talk about the perception of a pharmacist in our native countries. He also helps us understand the role of antioxidants and explains why free radicals are not always bad.
This is our 100th episode! In this episode, tune in to a full hour to hear from 7 PR professionals about when it is best to hire or not hire a publicist or PR agency. We welcome back Christina Daves (Author of PR for Anyone) and interview other guests, including Ross Lipschultz (Corporate Communications Manager of The Chicago Bulls) and Krystal Covington (PR Director of Natural Grocers).
In this episode, our guest is Tom Kersting. He is the co-host of the A&E TV show, Surviving Marriage. He has also appeared in the A&E TV show, Monster In-Laws. Tom has recently released his new book, Disconnected. We talk more about how to become less digitally distracted to reach our finish line.
In this episode, our guest is Christy Whitman. She authored the NY Times Bestseller, The Art of Having It All. Christy reveals the laws of the universe and the effect that it has on our quality of life. She offers some advice to make the most of each law to reach the finish line.
In this episode, our guests are Karin Hurt and David Dye. They are the co-authors of the book, Winning Well. Karin was recognized as one of Inc. Magazine's 100 Great Leadership Speakers. David is an award-winning author and was elected city councilman.
In this episode, our guest is Loral Langemeier (As Seen in The Secret). She is also a New York Times and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author. Loral shares why you should be thinking more about serving others and the required mentality to make millions as an entrepreneur.
In this episode, our guest is Farbod Shoraka. He is the Co-Founder and CEO of BloomNation. Farbod shares his humble beginnings, his journey through college, and how BloomNation helped him reach the finish line.
In this episode, our guest is Dr. Derek Newberry. He is a Wharton school professor, business anthropologist, and the co-author of Committed Teams. As a professor, Derek talks about the worth of a university degree and the growing virtual workforce.
In this episode, our guest is Leena Pitadar. She is the Co-Founder and CEO of Coin Up. Leena shares her beginnings, perspectives on education, and the inspiration that influenced her to become a social entrepreneur.
In this episode, I cover the recent marijuana legalization in several states and the opportunities for entrepreneurs. I interview 3 guests - Carrie Roberts (Medicine Man Technologies), Rob Hunt (Teewinot Life Sciences), and Steve Gormley (7th Point). We cover everything from its benefits to our health and the economy.
In this episode, our guest is Frances Maier. She is the Co-Founder of Match.com and CEO of Babierge. Frances takes us to the beginning behind the idea of Match.com, TRUSTe, and Babierge along with advice for aspiring and struggling entrepreneurs.
In this episode, our guest is Jared Hecht. He is the Founder and CEO of Fundera. Prior to Fundera, he sold GroupMe for $80 million to Skype. He shares his lessons and advice for entrepreneurs seeking capital for their business.
In this episode, our guest is Mark Babbitt. He is the Founder & CEO of YouTern and an Inc. Magazine Top 100 Leadership Speaker. Mark shares his journey from being a military officer to life in Silicon Valley. We also talk about the role and status of high school and college education.
In this episode, our guest is Jae Kim. He is the Founder of Chi'Lantro (As Seen on Shark Tank). Jae takes us back in time to share what he did to have an award-winning, multi-million dollar restaurant.
In this episode, our guest is SC Moatti. She is the author of Mobilized and former executive at Facebook, Nokia, Electronic Arts, and Nokia. SC has been among some of the most interesting workplaces. She shares her experience as an executive and entrepreneur.
In this episode, our guest is Pharmacist Ben Fuchs. Ben is the host of the syndicated radio show, The Bright Side. I welcome him back to talk more about having a better understanding of our health to reach the finish line.
In this episode, our guest is Zack Miller. He is the Founder of Hatch and Host of Hampton Roads Business Weekly (a Virginia based TV show). Learn how he went from almost nothing to having his own business incubator/accelerator and TV show. You will want to tune in!!
In this episode, our guest is Gloria Mayfield Banks. Gloria is a Harvard MBA and the first African-American woman to become a national sales director for Mary Kay. Gloria takes us back in time and shares her journey from the corporate world to building her multi-million dollar business.
In this episode, our guest is Cynthia Mazzaferro. She is the author of Powerful Beyond Measure. As a retired physical therapist, she shares how many people often ignore that the precursor to their diseases stem from emotional stress. We also check in with two of our previous guests.
In this episode, our guest is Ron Holt. He is the founder and CEO of the 2 Maids & A Mop (an Inc. 5000 company). Ron had a safe and secure job, but he was not happy. Tune in as he shared how entrepreneurship help him reach the finish line and franchise his business in 31 markets.
In this episode, our guest is Shel Horowitz. Shel is an award-winning author with his new book, Guerrilla Marketing to Heal the World. He has been inducted into the National Environmental Hall of Fame and owns the first American business to receive the Green America's Gold Certified Green Business.
n this episode, our guest is Leif Abraham. Leif is the Co-Founder of Pay With a Tweet and his new startup, AND CO (a project management platform for freelancers). Leif shares his insights and tips from his entrepreneurial journey to help you reach the finish line!
In this episode, our guest is Dr. Allegra Hart. She is a naturopathic doctor and author of the book, Nourishing Space Within. Both employees and entrepreneurs are working harder than ever to reach the finish line. Unfortunately, long work hours causes them to ignore the most important thing in their life - their health. Dr. Hart shares some insights and tips about how to improve your health and reach the finish line!
In this episode, we welcome back Daniel Dowling. He is a writer for Entrepreneur Magazine and Fitbit. Daniel and I share some of the fastest ways that you can start working remotely as a freelance writer.
In this episode, our guest is Tucker Max. He is a 3x NY Times Bestselling Author, including the book - I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell. Since then, Tucker has shifted to be a service provider for authors. We talk about the current state of the book industry and more.
n this episode, our guest is Jesse Krieger. He is the international bestselling author of The Lifestyle Entrepreneur and publisher of Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press. Jesse shares his challenges and successes as a lifestyle entrepreneur. We talked about his reason from shifting from a rock star to an author/publisher.
In this episode, our guest is Bobby Casey. He is the managing director of Global Wealth Protection. Bobby shares how you can internationalize your life to experience more freedom and save more money by choosing a second residency or citizenship.
In this episode, our guest is Tim Hwang. He is the Co-Founder & CEO of Fiscal Note. His startup has been recognized by CNN, Fortune Magazine, and Business Insider. On top of it all, he is 23 years old with almost 200 employees.
In this episode, our guest is Ian Freeman (Founder & Co-Host of the Nationally Syndicated Talk Show, Free Talk Live). Ian shares his journey in the radio world along with tips about how you can find success with your own radio show.
In this episode, I welcome back Kimanzi Constable (Publishers Weekly & Amazon Bestselling Author of Are You Living or Are You Existing).. He started as a bread delivery guy to now selling 100,000+ books.
In this episode, I reveal some insights extracted from my 10 day experience at the Vipassana meditation retreat. The specific meditation technique was not nearly important as the time that I had being alone in my own presence. With no distractions, I had more clarity than ever. Some of those insights are shared in this episode.
In this episode, we welcome back Peter Sage. Peter is a serial entrepreneur and TEDx speaker. Peter shares the role of significance in our lives. He advises us how to focus on it less and focus more on embracing uncertainty.
In this episode, our guest is Tom Wheelwright. He is the author of Tax Free Wealth and one of the Rich Dad advisors to Robert Kiyosaki. Tom shares how he can start paying less taxes by maximizing tax incentives and deductions. He also shares how you can mimic the 1% by using those same tax laws in your favor!
In this episode, our guest is Jay Baer. He is a NY Times Bestselling Author and prolific internet marketer. We talked about some concepts in his recent book, Hug Your Haters: How to Embrace Customer Complaints.
In this episode, our guest is Jon Fisher. He is a serial entrepreneur and author of the book, Strategic Entrepreneurship. Jon summarizes some of the concepts in his book and shares his personal experience about how you can reach the finish line with your startup.
In this episode, our guest is Josh Lannon. He is a Rich Dad Advisor and Co-Author of The Social Capitalist. Josh shares how he and his wife built a social entreprise out of a problem that he personally dealt with several years ago.
In this episode, our guest is Loral Langemeier (As Seen in The Secret). She is also a New York Times and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author. Loral shares the myths that people have about debt and reveals how having debt is actually the fastest way to become a millionaire.
In this episode, our guest is Karan Bajaj. He is the author of The Yoga of Max's Discontent and a New York bestselling Indian novelist who has sold 2 million books to date. He shares the benefits of taking sabbaticals and the results that it has produced for his career.
In this episode, our guest is Cheryl Hunter. She is the author of the bestselling book, Use It, and TEDx speaker. Cheryl shares how she used her traumatic experience as a motivating factor to reach the finish line.
In this episode, we continue with our guest, Dr. Sarah Ballantyne. She is the NY Times Bestselling Author of The Paleo Approach. Sarah shares how entrepreneurs and work professionals can prevent or reduce diseases by being more conscious of our health. Furthermore, she explains why she is a strong advocate of The Paleo AutoImmune Protocol.
In this episode, our guest is Dr. Sarah Ballantyne. She is the NY Times Bestselling Author of The Paleo Approach. Sarah shares how entrepreneurs and work professionals can prevent or reduce diseases by being more conscious of our health. Furthermore, she explains why she is a strong advocate of The Paleo AutoImmune Protocol.
In this episode, our guest is Matthew Lesko. He is the 2x NY Times Bestselling Author and has been touted as "The Infomercial King." He shares ever-growing opportunities for anyone to become an entrepreneur with little to no money.
In this episode, our guest is Daniel Dowling. He is a relationship coach and freelance writer who have contributed to the award-winning magazine, The Good Men Project as well as other popular online publications including LifeHack, Mind Body Green, and Elite Daily. Daniel shares how the average person can leave their 9 to 5 for a career in freelance writing. I also add my insights about how to succeed in paid freelance writing.
In this episode, our guest is Erika Andersen. She is a Forbes Magazine blogger and author of four books including her new book - Be Bad First. She shares some powerful frameworks about how you can reach the finish line in your career!
In this epsiode, we continue from our last episode with Johnny Mueller, Host of the #1 Expat Podcast, The Expat Files. Johnny gives us the 411 about Latin America based on his 25+ years of experience as an expat there.
In this episode, our guest is Ethan Senturia. He is the founder and CEO of Dealstruck (As Seen on CNBC). Dealstruck is an online lending company that is making it easier than ever for millennials to obtain business funding.
In this episode, our guest is Francesca Hartop. She is an award-winning entrepreneur who is the founder and executive director of Portsmouth STEM Academy, a private non-profit STEM academy licensed by the State of Ohio. She is a board member of Shawnee State University and the State of Ohio's 3rd Frontier Board. As Shai Reshef (episode 17) is the pioneer in reforming higher education, she is one of the pioneers of alternative secondary education.
In this episode, our guest is Jennifer Love. Jennifer is a veteran entrepreneur who is the Co-Founder and former CEO of the award-winning chocolate company, Nibmor. She is also the business advisor to Loliware, a company that has recently been funded on Shark Tank.
In this episode, our guest is JJ Ramberg. She is the host of the MSNBC show, Your Business. She is also the Co-Founder of Goodshop, a deals platform that allows people to make purchases from small retailers that supports their favorite charity.
In this episode, our guest is Matt Curry. He is the author of the Wall Street bestselling book, The A.D.D. Entrepreneur. Matt is known for his popular automotive business, Curry's Auto Serivce (an Inc. 5000 company for 3 consecutive years).
In this episode, our guest is Peter Sage. Peter is a serial entrepreneur who has commonly known in Europe as The Extreme Entrepreneur. Peter is the only high school dropout who is an advisory board member of INSEAD (A Global Top 5 Business School).
In this episode, our guest is Brian Scudamore. He is the founder and CEO of 1800 Junk. He shares with his journey about how he dropped out of college to build an international brand that has now been doing 100+ million dollars a year in sales.
In this episode, our guest is Amita Patel. Amita Patel is the owner of Aligned Holistics. She talks about her challenges in being misunderstood as a child and forced on prescription drugs. She later discovered holistic health and now runs a business based on that model.
In this episode, our guest is Gisela Hausmann. She is the award-winning author of Naked Determination: 41 Stories About Overcoming Fear. I am excited to talk about her new book, Naked Words 2.0: The Effective 157 Word Email. If you want to be more efficient and effective in your emails, you will definitely want to tune in!
In this episode, our guest is Aubrey Marcus. He is the Founder & CEO of Onnit. Aubrey shares how he founded Onnit and what has been the secret to his overwhelming success. Like Spreadshirt, Onnit is another great example of a company that truly values their employees. Learn why Aubrey does not place a high emphasis on college degrees and much more in this episode.
In this episode, our guest is Scott Crabtree. He is the founder and chief happiness officer of Happy Brain Science. Scott is a cognitive science expert that has been featured in Fast Company, Fortune and Inc. Magazine. He empowers individuals and organizations to reach their finish line by using cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology.
In this episode, our guest is Chuck Blakeman. Chuck is an international serial entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, Inc. Magazine columnist, and author of Making Money Is Killing Your Business (NFIB's Best Business Book of The Year). He shares the lessons he learned in his 30+ years of international business experience. He also talks about the right way to be successful in business and exposes the disinformation that is proliferating nowadays.
In this episode, our guest is Philip Rooke. He is the CEO of the 5x award-winning company, Spreadshirt. He is one of the best business minds in the industry and one of the few who does not relate a college degree to one's potential and competence.
In this episode, our guest is Gregg Weisstein. Gregg is the co-founder and COO of BloomNation (As Seen in Business Insider & Entrepreneur Magazine). Greg talks about how BloomNation is revolutionizing the floral marketplace and may actually be the beginning of the end for competitors like 1800 Flowers.
In this episode, our guest is Mariza Taillefer. She is the leading authority on the new Spain's entrepreneur visa program and also hosts The Abroad Podcast. She talks about she left her corporate life for a more interesting life abroad. She also discusses how location independent entrepreneurs can take advantage of Spain's new entrepreneur visa program, which is also a permanent residency visa.
In this episode, our guest is Marcin Kleczynski. He is the founder and CEO of Malwarebytes. Marcin advocates that people should become entrepreneurs before starting college. He also shares how his early success with Malwarebytes paid his way through college.