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#82: Daniel Levin

This week on the show, Daniel Levin joins me as we talk about his book "The Mosaic", the feeling of connectedness, the need for Like Minded Communities to dissolve, the exquisiteness of the ordinary, and challenging our core beliefs. Also, I talk about my Improv comedy over the last couple of weeks. I did my live show last Saturday and it was a huge achievement. Daniel and I discuss: More about Daniel Levin Levin walked away from an opportunity to run a billion dollar business,...


#81: Samantha Lotus

This week on the show, Samantha Lotus joins me as we discuss Alchemy of self, holistic healing and moving from victimhood to empowerment. She also shares how she chose to free herself from the prisons she was trapped in (mind, body, life) and how she helps others to do the same. Watch out for my new product that I'm so excited to share with you! Also, get in touch with me if you want to come up with a solid exit plan for you to figure out how you can actually exit out of your career, and...


#80: Re Perez

This week on the show, Re Perez joins me to discuss his journey into entrepreneurship, what branding is, its importance and relevance. If you're interested to join our Machu Picchu trip, reach out to me. Don't forget to leave a 5-star rating and a review of my podcast on iTunes, and I will pick a review who will receive my giveaway book of the week is Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday. Re and I discuss: More about Re Perez Re Perez is a seasoned Brand Strategist, Thought Leader, and...


#79: Jeremy Slate

This week on the show, Jeremy Slate joins me to discuss how it is working with his wife in their business, all about podcasting, and the best way to start your own podcast, grow your audience or use guesting as an effective way to grow you brand and business. Check out who will receive my giveaway book last week, This Is Marketing by Seth Godin. My book of the week is Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday. Don't forget to leave a 5-star rating and a review of my podcast on iTunes. Jeremy and I...


#78: Improv comedy, starting before you're ready and Labradors

On this week's show, I shared some updates on my stay here in New York and things I've done lately. In this episode, I also address these audience questions: 🤣 My experience with Improv comedy (From Paul McLoughlin) 🤓 Relearning something that I thought I’d mastered (From Julio Gaggia) 🛫 How do I find ground when I choose to live a more adventurous / risky appearing life? (From Mark J. Silverman) 🐶 How much do I like dogs? (From Henry Johnstone) ⏰ Why do we define things by...


#77: Taylor Conroy

We are heading to Machu Picchu this August and if you are interested, we are now accepting applications for that trip. Only 6 spots available so reach out to me if you are interested. This week on the show, Taylor Conroy joined me to talk about how he got into philanthropy, the challenges he faced in finding genuine happiness and the significance of having an impulse to do something. Don't forget to give this podcast a 5-star rating and send me reviews on iTunes and I'd be giving away a...


#76: Zat Baraka

This week on the show, Zat Baraka joined me to talk about Men's Deep Inner Work and men’s evolution and awakening. He also talked about men's personal/spiritual growth, vulnerability, and leadership. I also talked about the book "This Is Marketing” by Seth Godin. The book contains everything Seth learned about marketing, bringing an idea to the world, and creating a business that impacts people. Next week, I will choose the best review of my podcast on iTunes and give a copy of this...


#75: Announcing Machu Picchu 2019!

I'm excited to announce the launch of the 3rd Adventure Series. Last year, we went to a sailing trip around the Greek Islands and at the end of the year we went to Norway and hang out in the Arctic Circle. In this week's episode, I'm excited to talk about where our 3rd Adventure Series will be and who my co-leader is going to be. We will talk about the process of deciding the location and what to expect in this adventure. My co-leader in the next adventure this July 29th – August 4th is my...


#74: Daniel Thomas Hind

This week on the show, Daniel Thomas Hind joined me for the second time. He was one of the first guests I interviewed on the show. Last time, we talked primarily about nutrition, health, and fitness. Since then, Daniel has been in this rollercoaster of a journey both in life and as an entrepreneur. This time, we dived in a deep, open, and intense conversation on his experiences as an entrepreneur and the truths behind it. Daniel and I discuss: Daniel’s insane year running two start-up...


#73: James Kemp

I first met James Kemp when I discovered we were living about 200 metres up the street from each other on Waiheke Island... I had seen some of the video content he was making and noticed we were doing a few similar things. James was travelling the world with his wife and two kids while running a highly successful coaching business that was helping entrepreneurs build highly performing businesses. Behind his relaxed Kiwi demeanour, James is a powerhouse of business knowledge. I love his...


#72: Spirituality. How Do I Connect With A Higher Power?

This episode is a deep one... On this week's show, we dove deep into the murky waters of spirituality! As a bonus, Toku McCree was on hand to challenge me and provide valuable spiritual nuggets from his time in the zen monastery. We also covered, how good coaches choose their own coach and how being radically honest with yourself can open new pathways and some of my limiting beliefs.


#71: How to Find Your Calling and Make a Living From It

What do you mean by creating an extraordinary life? On this week show, I'm sharing the four main categories for living an extraordinary life and some ways of how I help people in creating it. Also, I am answering some questions from our listeners. In this episode, I discuss:


#70: 2018, The Good, The Bad and The Downright Filthy

Can you believe it's already 2019? Last year, I had a little bit of a hiatus from the podcast and to be honest, I was a little bit burned out during the last couple of months so I needed to have a little bit of a break. This week on the show, I'm sharing my review and reflection of the year 2018 and the challenges I went through for the last couple of months and what's in store for me in 2019. If you want a copy of the template of the 2018 Review Tools, just comment TOOLS below. In this...


#69: Yanik Silver

This week on the show, Yanik Silver joins me to discuss rediscovering himself and his business, using business for doing good and making the world a better place, and understanding the evolved enterprise model. He also shares his intention of becoming a catalyst, on catalyzing the catalysts, and his maverick business adventures. Also if you want to join our adventures, you can check out for our upcoming trips! Yanik and I discuss: On using business as a vehicle to do good Moving...


#68: Norway Adventure!

This week's show is a little bit different as Shelley Paxton joined me as we discussed about the importance of adventure & connection in today’s world, and the adventure series that I've been putting together over the last few months. Shelley and I will be hosting our next adventure in Norway and we shared more about the upcoming Norwegian adventure and what's in store for you. We also talked about what inspired us to put these adventures together and where these adventures are coming...


#67: Steve Sims

This week on the show, Steve Sims joins me to share how a bricklayer from East London ended up hosting experiences for some of the wealthiest and most iconic people in the world. He also shares his deep understanding of the world, the power of relationships, and the hustle required to make it big. Also, we only have 1 slot left for our Norway adventure on the 15th - 21st of October. I would love to have you there so send me a message, ask me about Norway, and we’ll get on a quick call and...


#66: Tyler Gage

Episode 66: Tyler Gage This week on the show, Tyler Gage joins me to discuss his project where he shares lessons from the Amazon jungle to help people find purpose in their businesses and their lives. I also share my experience on our sailing trip in Berlin, Germany. If you are interested in joining our next sailing trip in Norway, just drop me a direct message or visit our site to check out our next adventures. Tyler and I discuss: More about Tyler Tyler is an entrepreneur,...


#65: Pam Dibbs

Episode 65: Dr. Pam Dibbs Join my great friend, transformative coach and comedian, Pam Dibbs and I as we explore: More about Pam Dibbs Pam Dibbs is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, executive and team coach. She coaches senior executives and teams partnering with organisations including Microsoft, Costco Wholesale, Boeing, Alaska Airlines, Avanade and Redfin. As a speaker, Pam uses stand-up comedy revealing wry insights about how leaders and teams get in their own way and what they...


#64: Dr. Gay Hendricks

Episode 64: Dr. Gay Hendricks This week on the show, Dr. Gay Hendricks, one of my great mentors, joined me to talk about the Upper Limit problem, Genius Spiral, and his upcoming book - The Joy of Genius. Dr. Gay Hendricks and I discuss: More about Dr. Gay Hendricks Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and bodymind therapies for more than 45 years. After earning his Ph.D. in counselling psychology from Stanford, Gay served as professor...


#63: Charlie Hoehn

Episode 63: Charlie Hoehn This week on the show, Charlie Hoehn joins me to discuss how he overcame severe anxiety, what he learned working with Tim Ferriss and his favourite places in New Zealand! More about Charlie Charlie is the Head of Video for Book In A Box. He is also an author, marketer, and speaker renowned for the following: If you are interested in joining our Entrepreneur Sailing Adventure from August 4th to 11th, visit to find out more.