This was an interview with two very fascinating people. Jason Wahler is an addiction awareness advocate that is also an actor most commonly known for his role in 'The Hills' TV series. Jason almost committed suicide because of alcohol, and his recovery story is nothing short of amazing. One huge reason that he was able to recover is because of Dr. Dan. This doctor has helped over 20,000 people detoxify their bodies from addictions, including Jason. Both of these legends are now teaming up to advocate against alcohol addictions.
Alec Peterson is the CEO of an Instagram growth agency called Best Brand Blueprint. He has tried many different side hustles since the age of 16 and now at 22 he has found a side hustle that creates over 10K net profit per month. Many of his techniques and strategies are revealed in this episode that reveal exactly how he got to where he is today.
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Moe Falah is the CEO of the up and coming company, Simple Solar. Moe is a college dropout that has defied the odds. Within the first year, his company has been able to do over $10M in sales. In this episode, he talks about the difficulties of staring a company, and how people should be going after their goals in order to achieve rapid success.
Josh York is the CEO of the fastest growing personal training Inc. 500 company in the world, GYMGUYZ. In addition to being a top CEO, Josh also has a profound podcast called the FUELYOURDRIVE podcast. On top of all this, Josh was featured in the New York Times, Inc. magazine, and Entrepreneur magazine. In this episode, he reveals how he got to where he is today and the amount of dedication it takes to become great. Enjoy this great guest!
Tim Storey is an acclaimed author, speaker, and life coach that has worked with some of the biggest names from Robert Downey Jr., Kanye West, Charley Sheen, and many more. He has written 9 books and has spoken in over 70 countries. For these reasons, he is known as the comeback coach. Also, he was a featured guest on Oprah's super soul Sunday. On top of all that, he is an ordained minister. In this episode, he talks about how he became great and how he maintained his servanthood attitude. (There were technical difficulties with the audio, so don't judge!)
Dr. Alejandro Junger is a 3x New York Times best selling author, and he is also the creator of the world famous Clean Program. In this episode, he discusses his childhood and how he became a top cardiologist. Dr. Junger also talks about how people should be treating their bodies and he reveals his list of things not to consume. If you want to learn how to have a healthy body, then this episode is for you. Enjoy!
Dr. Sam Bakhtiar is the CEO of both “The Camp Transformation Center” (a fitness franchise with over 100 locations) and “1% Nutrition.” In this interview, Sam shares his incredible “rags to riches” story of growing up with a single mother and in a new country. Now, Sam is on a mission to to truly transform the lives of so many people! He has become a $100 million CEO and he shares his secrets on how to accomplish anything. Enjoy!
Mitchell Earl is the Chief Operating Officer at Praxis and he is the author of "Don't do things you hate." Mitchell has also raised over 20 million dollars in venture capital. Now he dedicates his time to help build the best future possible for people. In this episode, he talks about how so many people do things that they hate, and how society is steering kids in the wrong direction. He also talks about how to raise money from venture capitalists. Enjoy!
Nick Gilson is the CEO of Gilson Snow, which is the fastest growing snowboard company. In this episode, Nick talks about the difficulties of starting a company at the age of 24, even though he built his first snowboard when he was 14. He also talks about the key characteristics of his business that make it so successful. On top of all this, Nick talks about how important partnerships are, and how anyone can acquire a partnership. Enjoy!
John Malott is the definition of an entrepreneur. He dropped out of school in 10th grade, had a serious drug addiction, and later became a multi-millionaire entrepreneur. John is known worldwide for his inspirational videos and for the empire that he created. Coming from the bottom, John really knows what it takes to become successful, and in this video he shares his secrets. Enjoy John Malott!
Did you know that over 70% of NFL players are broke after their NFL career? Jed Collins escaped this trap, and he is on a mission to make sure others do as well. Jed Collins is a former 7 year NFL player and now he spends his time teaching people how to manage their financials. His book "Your Money Vehicle" teaches anyone how to get started down the right financial path. In this episode, Jed talks about his time playing with Drew Brees, how to be proactive during quarantine, and how to take advantage of new markets and your financial situation.
Anthony Trucks was a former professional NFL player, a former American Ninja Warrior contestant, and a former foster kid. On top of that, he almost committed suicide and he had an injury that ended his NFL career. Nonetheless, Anthony is now a top tier entrepreneur who spreads joy to others. He is also a part of a mastermind class with Tom Bilyeu. In this episode, Anthony talks about his story and how anyone can start their dream life today. He shares great knowledge that anyone can apply to their lives.
Mallisa Jackson is a motivational speaker and a business coach. In realty, she is much more than that. She has a serious neurological disorder where her brain does not fit into her skull, and she was in a scary car accident. Even with all of these setbacks, Mallisa was able to push forward and soon became a well-known name in her industry. In this episode, Mallisa talks about her story, and how she was able to overcome so many difficulties.
Marques Ogden is a former NFL player, and now he is a success coach, keynote speaker, and a bestselling author. In this episode, we talked about what he learned from being in the NFL and how he transitioned into the entrepreneurial world. Marques even had a construction business that was making millions, but then it crashed and the business caused him to go into bankruptcy. He talks about what caused this failure and how he recovered from it in a positive way.
Jordan Gross is the best-selling author of "Getting Comfy," and he is also the author of "The Journey to Cloud Nine." Jordan discusses his morning schedule, his daily mindset, and how others can achieve the life of their dreams. Jordan shares his wisdom in an understandable way so that anyone can start down their own path to success.
Chris Meade is a cofounder of CROSSNET, which is a new 4 person volleyball game. Chris and his cofounders were able to start this company without going into debt, and now they are expecting to make $10 million in sales for 2020. Chris talks about how they started, and how they were able to make such a successful company without going into debt.
In 2009, Paul Getter was broke, struggling, and delivering phone books out of the back of his car. After teaching himself about the power of internet marketing, he created The Internet Marketing Nerds and quickly became one of the most sought after marketing experts in the world. He has spent over one billion dollars running ads and campaigns for his clients, and has helped scale numerous businesses into eight figures per year. In this episode, he talks about how to use ads to scale any type of business.
Ari Gunzburg is a motivational speaker and the founder of Mindspark. In this episode, he talks about how to start building a personal brand. He also discusses how to launch a speaking career. Ari has so much experience in the business side of personal branding, and he shares a lot of great content.
Troy Rice is a keynote speaker, CEO of Farm Brigge, and a motivator. Before all this, like many kids, Troy grew up bullied—and often came home in tears. As a result, he lived in his youth and even throughout parts of his adult life, as a person without confidence—always seeking validation from others—kids, parents, and eventually even some of his bosses.
In addition to being an analyst, Troy chose to spend the last 3 years developing leadership, talent, recognition and work-life development training programs at a $2 billion company, became the face of cultural change, and affected the lives of over 700 employees.
Cauveé is now known as an inspiration engineer. While in high school, he sold out a concert with 1200 people in attendance. In college, he tried to host another concert and it flopped. He then dropped out of college to go and start his own business. Since then, Cauveé has given a Tedx speech and he has started a successful business.
Valeyne Grotrian is a world-class person that puts others before herself. In this episode she talks about being bullied in high school, and how this helped to shape her future. She reached corporate success, earning a six-figure income, but then she decided to become an entrepreneur. She now is the owner of her own company that coaches executives, and this business is called Agora. Enjoy Val as she shares her wisdom!
Armando Cruz is an adventurer, author of the best-selling book "Legacy Code," and a coach for top class entrepreneurs. He experienced a near death experience that helped him realize to not take life for granted. Now he is able to coach entrepreneurs and share his wisdom with others.
Mario Armstrong went from being a broke, drop-out college student to a 2x Emmy winner. Mario was shot at during his first semester of college, later dropped out, and now runs his own show called the Never Settle show. On his show he has guests such as Daymond John from shark tank. He has the true entrepreneurial spirit and it has paid off.
Ruben Alvarez is the host of the inforthekill podcast, and he is the owner of the marketing hunters. Ruben started life off with not a lot of money, and he truly has started from the bottom. Now he is a CEO and creating opportunities for himself. A true entrepreneur's journey.
Garrett McCain played collegiate baseball at OK State, and later became drafted into the MLB. Garrett talks about the challenges being a professional athlete, the hardships being a student athlete, and how important family can be throughout life.
Kyle Treadwell is the CEO of Novawave. Kyle has started Novawave back in 2015 and it is still going strong today. As an entrepreneur, he beleives in taking the road less travelled, and so far, he is doing just that with his life.
Evan Stewart is the CEO of the Obsessed Academy and the host of the Obsessed conference. He is a college dropout who is now successful in his own business. Evan talks about his beginnings and how he got to where he is today. Enjoy Evan!
Kenny James is a chef for the Portland Trailblazers. His personal clients include Damian Lillard, Evan Turner, CJ McCollum, Alshon Jeffery, and other professional athletes. Even with this impressive resume, Kenny still gives back to his community by teaching kids in shelters how to cook. He believes that giving back to the community is one of the most important things in life, and this helps to give him purpose. In this epsiode, Kenny talks about how he got to where he is today, and how people should be networking to get to their final goal. Enjoy listening to one of the kindest, most dedicated, caring humans on Earth.
P.S. He saved a person's life after a car crash.
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Andrea Donsky is the founder of naturallysavvy.com., best selling author, and has talked multiple times on TV. She is a holistic nutritionalist that informs people of healthy habits. She also talks about her CEO lifestyle, and how she was extremely nervous the first time on television. Enjoy Andrea!!
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Jordan is a 22 year old author, podcast host, and he was featured in Forbes magazine. Listen to him as he talks about how he got to where he is today, the power of consistency, and how LinkedIn helped him grow.
Eric Elliott was an orphan, his parents died when he was young, his grandma died shortly after, and now he is the CEO of two companies and the host of the Adcast Podcast. Mr. Elliott came up from humble beginnings and was able to overcome, what felt like, life was against him. Elliott is the epitome of the American Dream. Elliott also talks about why it is better to be significant rather than successful.
Ben Golliver grew up loving basketball, and eventually made a career out of it. His first article was about choosing Kevin Durant over Greg Oden, and obviously he was right because Kevin Durant's career is much more promising. Later, he went to John Hopkins to earn a degree in writing seminars. Ben was also a senior writer at Sports Illustrated, and later a writer for the Washington Post.
Jason Howard is the Senior Pastor at Amplify Church and he speaks about finding your calling. Additionally, Jason talks about how to overcome temptations and how to live a passionate life. Enjoy Mr. Howard!
Jordan Stupar is a college drop out who now owns his own sales company called the Sales Domination System. He talks about choosing the right life path, and how to stay motivated through each and every day. Jordan also races porches for fun. Enjoy listening to Jordan in this episode!
Dani Schofield is an ex-bodybuilder, and she has now become a life coach. She talks about her change, and when she realized that she needed to change her life path. There is a limit to when persistence becomes a negative thing. Listen to this episode to find out how long you should persist with a particular challenge.
Kevin Rudolf is a profound musician, singer, producer, who is best known for his song "Let it Rock." This song featured Lil Wayne, and now has over 41 million views on youtube. In this episode, Kevin Rudolf talks about his beginnings, and how to persevere through setbacks. Listen to this rockstar and enjoy this episode! Music by Rowlan.
Nisan Trotter is a fitness-entrepreneur and he has started his own business called TrotFitness. Nisan talks about his difficulties growing up and starting his company from scratch. Also, he is a speaker that travels all over to reveal his wisdom. His instagram is Nisanrpm, and feel free to direct message him. (Sorry for the bad sound quality, there were some technical difficulties). Enjoy his message!
Elijah Seay was born in a small town in Iowa. Listen and hear how he transitioned from a small town to a big college. He majored in HR, had a "quarter life crisis" and decided to follow his passion by becoming a coach for executives. Tune in to hear how Elijah got to where he is today, and what he thinks is the recipe for success. Music by Rowlan.
Brendan Kane is a social media expert that specializes in brand growth. He grew his instagram to 1 million followers in one month. His book One Million Followers shows the reader how he did this spectacular feat. He has worked with some of the biggest names such as Taylor Swift, Rihanna, and Charles Barkley. Enjoy!
Andy. Dane. Carter. This man is a wealth of knowledge. In this episode he reveals what it takes to be entrepreneur, and he states that there is no such thing as a work life balance. There is just life. He also talks about his beginning in real estate, college education, teens and their phone usage, and much, much more. This episode will truly change your perspective on life.
Josh Perry is a former professional BMX rider, a keto consultant, and a multiple brain tumor survivor. Josh talks about what it takes to overcome life's challenges, and how to pursue an entrepreneurial dream. Additionally, Josh talks about the keto diet and his road to success.