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It's the people, not the technology that make companies great! Host Matt Nickel explores the stories of the people behind the success of Snap Raise, one of the fastest growing companies in Seattle.

It's the people, not the technology that make companies great! Host Matt Nickel explores the stories of the people behind the success of Snap Raise, one of the fastest growing companies in Seattle.
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It's the people, not the technology that make companies great! Host Matt Nickel explores the stories of the people behind the success of Snap Raise, one of the fastest growing companies in Seattle.

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@mattnickel

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English

Contact:

2069103096


Episodes

Alyssa Jurcak: Go get 'em tiger!

5/6/2019
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Alyssa talks about meeting her dad for the first time, how her grandfather always believed in her, and the time she learned responsibility because nothing is going to be handed to you unless you work for it.

Duration:00:32:44

Dylan Miller: Take control of your success.

4/30/2019
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In this episode I catch up with family man, Dylan Miller. Dylan talks about parenting, learning how to evolve, and how you have control over your behaviors. There is no excuse for not being good at something, the information is out there.

Duration:00:36:21

Harry Wilson Interview: Dream big. Do things now.

4/23/2019
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In this episode I catch up with Harry Wilson, older brother to Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and president of Limitless Minds. Harry talks about what it was like growing up, how he faced adversity everyday, what he learned from losing his dad, and how he tries to live his life without regrets.

Duration:00:45:22

Tom Conboy: Risk it for the Biscuit.

4/17/2019
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In this episode I catch up with Tom Conboy. Tom talks about his growing up on the sideline… playing every sport he could. Tom embodies the heart of a coach and shares his philosophy of embracing risk, improving after failure, and living with no regrets.

Duration:00:35:10

Cam Bell: Take responsibility for your actions.

4/9/2019
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In this episode I catch up with Cam Bell. Besides working for Snap Raise, Cam plays professional lacrosse for the Boston Canons. Cam talks about growing up in Maine, his parents divorce and how he learned to stop blaming everyone else and take responsibility for his actions.

Duration:00:32:17

Matt May: Persistent and consistent.

4/2/2019
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In this episode I catch up with Matt May. Matt talks about growing up playing hockey, getting arrested, and throwing house parties in high school. Even his parents are surprised he turned out ok. Somewhere along the line he learned if you are persistent and consistent, success will come.

Duration:00:31:42

Leera Kpea: Keep your "why" tight.

3/26/2019
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In this episode, I catch up with Leera Kpea. Leera talks about the pressures of growing up as a Nigerian prince, blowing out his knee playing basketball, and why it is essential to live with a purpose.

Duration:00:33:26

Jon Schaub: Be selfless, care about others.

3/18/2019
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In this episode I catch up with Jon Schaub in Salem OR. In college Jon learned to “Make the big time where you are” as he played QB for a football program set up by legendary coach Frosty Westering. Growing up as a pastors kid, Jon talks about how his faith motivates him to be selfless and care about others.

Duration:00:32:54

Chris Russell: If you say it, do it.

3/11/2019
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In this episode I talk with Chris Russell out of Chattanooga. as he talks about how meeting his future wife challenged him to accept responsibility, overcome his fear, and ultimately make better decisions. I love how honest Chris is about how far he has come… oh and he has competed professionally in the World Series of Poker.

Duration:00:32:00

Alexis Mićić: Always give back.

3/3/2019
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In this episode I have a pretty amazing conversation with Alexis Mićić. Alexis talks the inspirational people in her life, how to improve the education system, the importance of mindfulness, and how she dealt with grief. One of my favorite things is how her mom taught her to "always give back". Alexis has a brilliant mind and she lives her life with so much passion that it’s contagious. Enjoy!

Duration:00:36:26

TJ Toth: Starting over

2/25/2019
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In this episode I catch up with TJ Toth. Growing up in New Jersey, TJ was a multi-sport athlete, but his true passion was baseball. TJ talks about being drafted by the Red Sox, bouncing around in the minor leagues, and tearing his shoulder in Spring Training. After his baseball career ended, TJ faced one of the darkest times in his life. Listen to how TJ found his new career with Snap! Raise, and how he is now making more impact in his community than ever before!

Duration:00:30:48

Eddie Behringer: The coefficient of hard work.

2/17/2019
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In this episode Eddie Behringer, one of the founders of Snap! Raise, talks about growing up and how he learned the value of hard work. Hard work and determination has been the secret to his success in building Snap! Raise. Eddie tells one of my favorite stories about how he overcame adversity when his car ran out of gas on his way to an important sales meeting.

Duration:00:28:40

Trevor Moawad Interview: Be good where you are at.

2/10/2019
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In this episode I interview Russell Wilson's mental coach Trevor Moawad. He is best known for his "neutral mindset" philosophy. Trevor shares what it was like growing up, and the life lessons he learned along the way. He shares how by being his best at coaching the "b" team, led him to coach the "a" team. "Being good where you are at" is about focusing on the present challenges instead of waiting for the big opportunities.

Duration:00:37:40

Cory Dunn: Go through the Line

2/4/2019
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College track star Cory Dunn talks about growing up in Virginia and the life lessons he learned growing up. His coach would always say, "Go through the line", but meant it to be more than a racing technique. Cory also talks about learning to take initiative and responsibility from his father's saying, "If you can't open it, you can't eat it". Also Cory gives us some insight into growing up in the south, the racism he has experienced and how he has use it to empower himself to be a better...

Duration:00:32:00

Cory Dunn: Run through the Line

2/4/2019
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In this episode I catch up with Cory Dunn. We learn about how his father's mantra "if you can't open it, you can't eat it" applies to bigger things in life. We learn how success in life comes from deciding to put in effort to "just try". We also have an important conversation about how racism continues to be an issue in America and how we can make a change.

Duration:00:32:00

Cornelio Alvarez: Keeping Perspective

1/28/2019
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Core talks about his dream to play in the NBA, tearing his ACL and keeping perspective. What stood out to me is how he cares more about the coaches and students he works with, that the millions of dollars he is raising for them.

Duration:00:29:00

Daniel Hack: Learning from failure.

1/20/2019
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Daniel Hack has raised over $10M for his community in San Diego. In this episode Daniel talks about the life lessons he has learned and how they have made him into the person he is today. He talks about his unusual living situation, his hardest moments, and the people that made the biggest impact in his life. It's his mindset that is most striking as he seeks to live out his fathers mantra to "Make it a great day". I used a technology called Squadcast to remotely record this audio while...

Duration:00:32:47

Marshal Peterson: Pro Rodeo roper with help from my dad.

1/14/2019
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In this episode I catch up with Marshal Peterson from Nebraska. He talks about his passion to rope and why he owes all his success to his dad.

Duration:00:26:59

Justin Lafitte: What I learned from my grandfather.

12/31/2018
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In this episode I catch up with Justin Lafitte as he talks about working in Dallas, growing up as a missionary kid, and learning from his grandfather how to make his life count for something.

Duration:00:28:23

Cole Morgan: From "C" student to CEO

12/27/2018
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In this episode I catch up with Cole Morgan. He is the CEO of one of the fastest growing companies in Seattle. He tells us his personal stories about failing tests, being resilient, and learning empathy.

Duration:00:27:14