Podcast Episodes

Jeff Price: Avoiding Burnout and Maintaining Passion

Ready to learn how to make money doing something you love? Today’s guest is a black belt in martial arts and took his childhood passion for karate and built two success martial arts studios.

He talks about passion, burnout, business partnerships, and how to keep the daily grind lively when monotony hits.

Please welcome Jeff Price.

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Kelly Glover: Power of Guest Podcasting

With an 18-year track record working in media across radio, talent management, TV casting, and producing, today’s guest is here to tell you why sharing YOUR expertise on other people’s podcasts could be your secret weapon to success.

– How you can build relationships through podcasts.

– How podcasts increase your brand credibility.

– And the financial benefits of being on podcasts.

Please welcome Kelly Glover.

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Scott Lumley: Real Estate & The Upside of Down Economies

Today’s guest built up a 100 million dollar portfolio… twice. But not before he was abused as a child, ran away at 11, and lost a fortune in the 2008 recession.

Guaranteeing Trump will win the next election, he’s here today to talk about leveraging the good that may come with the bad.

Please welcome Scott Lumley.

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Ginni Saraswati: Using Podcasts to Build a Brand

As an entrepreneur, should you start your own podcast? What’s the value in doing so? What would you talk about? How often would you record a podcast?

Today’s guest owns a podcast production company that helps entrepreneurs, celebrities, and influential organizations around the world grow their brand awareness with podcast production and promotion. She’s here to teach you the value in podcasting.

Please welcome Ginni Saraswati.

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Michele Molitor: Breaking Mental Blocks

What is that thing that always stops you? That one thing that you think about every time you’re about to go to the next level… and it stops you? What if you could break through those mental blocks and be healthier and more successful than ever?

That’s exactly what today’s guest, 18 year confidence coach, is here to help you accomplish. To identify what’s limiting you and to shatter it.

Please welcome Michele Molitor.

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Clay Clark: Finding Love and Humor in Business

Today’s guest found opportunities in small niches and continued to snowball those gains to go on to build and sell several million dollar companies before the age of 40.

Probably one of the podcasts I’ve laughed the most on, please welcome self-proclaimed, and I tend to agree, “business comedian,” Clay Clark.

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André van Hall: Finding Light from the Dark

Do you have a blind spot when it comes to embracing change? If so, you’re not alone. Today’s guest had a successful forty-year career. Then he went blind over the course of two weeks.

However, the most successful people view change as an opportunity for curiosity and hope rather than a source of fear and frustration.

Please welcome André van Hall.

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Chad Peterson: Having Balls

Today’s guest went from a one-man show to a team of 120 in less than two years. He was pulling in millions of dollars per year, then lost it all within a six month window.

Then he got back up, dusted himself off and started a new business. Sold that. Then another. Sold that. And again, and again, until he realized he had acquired the perfect skills through his circumstances over the years to help other business owners decide when it’s the right time to cash out of their business.

Are you ready to grow and sell? Please welcome Chad Peterson.

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Josh Forti: Finding Success and Purpose Early in Life

Around 21 years of age, our next guest was making $50,000 – $60,000 per month. Then he had a quarter life crisis, shut it all down, and tried to figure out life for the next three months.

Since then he’s gone on to build and sell his second business, as well as create the wildly successful podcast, Think Different Theory.

He’s here to tell you the highs and lows of finding online success at such a young age, and how he views life differently now.

Please welcome Josh Forti.

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Joey Nittolo: Finding Happiness Beyond Success

Today’s guest found fame in Hollywood after being raised by his mother, married to his pimp and heroin addict father.

Nearly exactly two years ago, around Thanksgiving 2017, he heard the voice of a friend that had passed away, whispering in his ear. That’s about the time when a chain of events unfolded, including hour long conversations during 3 am showers, that would lead him to a Kundalini awakening.

He is here today to tell us about that experience and how he aims to help others awaken themselves. Please welcome Joey Nittolo.

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Angela Demaree: Finding Time to Live Your Dreams

People often ask her how she is able to do it all – from running for Congress and running for president-elect of a national organization for veterinarians, all while balancing work and riding her horse everyday.

Through the years, she has perfected ways to focus on your passion and focus towards success. She fully believes that we should enjoy life and all that life has to offer. She helps busy entrepreneurs thrive and live the life of their dreams.

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Bob Clark: Growing a Podcast Successfully

Today’s guest is the most unconventional podcast host you’ve ever met. With near 400 episodes under his belt, he built a successful podcast that was birthed from essentially a 24 hour bet. And now his podcast drives 90% of his sales.

Please welcome Bob Clark.

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Immy Tariq: Half a Billion in Less Than a Year

Today’s guest has raised half a billion dollars in less than 6 months… and he’s not even 30 years old. He’s been on Forbes, CNN, CNBC, and more. What drives him? He said, “When you die, hell is meeting the person that you could have become.”

Please welcome, Immy Tariq.

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Gwen Fox: Being a Professional Artist

Today’s guest is an artist that has been featured in countless shows, won awards, been included in art books, and was commissioned to create paintings for the NSA.
Her book, Create Brilliantly, is scheduled for release in 2020 and does NOT teach technique, but instead focuses on the mental and psychological aspects of finding your inner voice to find success as an artist.

Please welcome Gwen Fox.

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Thomas White: Importance of Safety Nets

From being ahead of his time with internet-based printing in the 90’s to helping airlines get rid of manually written plane tickets decades ago, today’s guest has been helping businesses think outside of the box for decades and now wants to help you do the same.

Please welcome Thomas White.

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Linda Smith: Stewarding a Wonderful Donation

Today’s guest is a mother that learned to turn shame, grief and fear into purpose, passion and empowerment. She talks about how her life as a childhood abuse survivor and mother of a son who was not allowed back into the US because of his mental disability inspired her to become an advocate for people with disabilities within the non-profit world.

Please welcome Linda Smith

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Oleg Lougheed: Starting Out With Your Vision

His start in life was inauspicious. As the child of an alcoholic mother and non-present father, at 9 years old, he relinquished his parents’ rights and entered the Russian orphanage. At 12 years old, he decided to be adopted into a new family, in a new country, halfway across the world, to start a new life. It 24 years old, he began his journey of helping others live the life they have always dreamed of, despite their hardships and misfortunes by allowing them to recognize the uniqueness and worth within their own story.

Please welcome Oleg Lougheed.

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TC Jennings: Bringing Value Out

Today’s guest is a combat veteran that now runs a digital marketing agency and is in it to build a legacy not only for his kids, but to impact the future even for his great-great-grandkids.

He talks about how his career started when he broke his leg in Ranger School… and poop… we talk about burning poop.

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Aaron Walker: The Difference Between Success and Significance

Aaron Walker retired for the first time at the age of 27 when he sold his business to a Fortune 500 company. He later came out retirement and has gone on to build 14 businesses over his 41 years in business. But he almost lost his family chasing money. And after running over and killing a pedestrian in 2001 he decided to shift his legacy from success to significance.

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