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84. The Art of Overcoming: How to Coach Yourself into a Better Life Story with Mat Shaffer

2/21/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [00:57] Introduction [01:14] Mat's purpose in being a coach and speaker [02:02] Providing value and creating change in the most positive way [04:10] Trial attorney in criminal defense, restaurant owner, and a drug addict for a short time [04:43] Using every experience you can to serve people [05:15] Leverage the experience to connect. We connect by storytelling. [05:46] Not everyone can relate to success, but everybody can relate to failure. [06:22]...

Duration:00:32:31

83. Draw Shop Founder Summer Felix-Mulder Tackles Addiction with Cutting-Edge Technology

2/21/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [00:21] Summer explains the idea of using white boarder and voice-over to getting your message across. [01:42] Summer shares how she started her business. [03:03] Summer shares how they started Whiteboard Video. [05:21] Summer shares how to make a video powerful, to make audience/viewer engaged. [06:52] Summer talks about the Abundance 360 Community. [08:48] Getting into networks and understanding the right connection at right time [11:18] Be a giver not a...

Duration:00:42:40

82. The 90-Day Game: How to Get Clear and Take Your Business to the Next Level with Raj Sundra

2/21/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [0:10] How Brad and Raj met at Burning Man [2:50] About Raj and what he loves to do [6:30] How Raj is the opposite of Brad in Wealth Dynamics [7:20] Who he works with now [8:05] Scaling his impact by helping other companies scale [8:25] Creating a culture where your team's development and growth is part of the equation [9:00] Sustaining your team [12:00] Why visionaries struggle with scaling their ideas [12:50] The most impactful issues start with the CEO...

Duration:00:49:19

81. The Heart of a Connector: How to Leverage Media Opportunities by Being a Real Person with Chris Winfield

2/21/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [2:20] Chris’s agency was looking good on the outside but feeling miserable on the inside. [3:25] The company imploded and everything went wrong. [3:50] Turning point where Chris decided to change everything [4:40] The most painful but best time of Chris’s life [5:10] Spirituality as a guiding principle of Chris’s life [6:28] Brad was raised Catholic and how it now affects his life [7:03] Gratitude is everything. [7:40] How the universe will conspire against...

Duration:00:50:12

80. Getting Your MBA in Retail: Karen Waksman Talks Big Chains and How to Get Your Product into Them

2/21/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [00:31] Introductions [02:33] Karen's vision of moving to New York and working in the fashion industry [03:28] Her simple formula that helped her get products to stores [05:02] Business as a form of therapy [06:15] Dreams and happiness [08:20] You are the brand. [10:24] What Karen believes you should do if you have a product idea [12:40] What drives you to be successful [13:30] Painful events [19:00] Having more levels of distributions [30:30] Karen’s...

Duration:00:49:20

79. Expert Secret: How to REALLY Make a Lot of Money from Your Book (Like 6 Figures in 16 Days) with Honoree Corder

2/11/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [00:08] Introduction to Honoree Corder [02:20] Writing books is a discovery process. [03:40] How she writes books [10:04] No matter how busy you are, you have 10 to 15 mins a day to focus on the process of writing, publishing, launching and marketing your book. [10:42] Avoid rushing and taking the cheap and easy way. [15:04] Strategies on promotion and marketing book [15:30] Who are the readers? [15:54] What do you want your book to do? [17:37] The only...

Duration:00:46:27

78. Machinima, Minecraft, and Beyond: Tapping into the Influencer Economy to Make a Billion Dollar Brand with Ryan Williams

2/11/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [01:52] Brad’s introduction to Ryan Williams [02:35] Ryan’s background is marketing and business development, collaboration with the Influencer Economy. [02:56] First marketing person to by hired by Machinima [02:55] Past success in launching products and brands [04:42] Subsidiarity is the key word. [04:56] Share and collaborate to get your ideas seen. [05:10] Collaboration is when you opt in and someone actually buys what you’re selling. [06:53] Get the...

Duration:00:56:08

77. Hungry for Happiness: Samantha Skelly on Emotional Eating, 7-Figure Business Lessons and Working on Your Stuff

2/11/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [0:29] Sam runs a community of women called Hungry for Happiness. [3:08] Samantha’s journey [4:15] She used to be a child actor. | She was constantly being judged, but she didn’t see like that due to her young age. [4:34] When she stopped acting, she felt her significance was ripped away. [4:59] She started her own company--a personal training company in England. | She led an unhealthy life and was in a fight with her body. [5:47] She started working on her...

Duration:00:44:42

76. Behind the Woo: Practical, Tactical Ways to Create a Map of Reality and Hack It with Michael Gustin

2/11/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [1:14] Michael’s journey [1:29] Born in Oregon to a single mother, addicted to meth. Was put into foster homes at a very young age. Went through a lot of sexual and emotional abuse in foster homes. He was adopted at the age of 7. [1:55] Grew up in India. Dealt with therapy, prescription drugs (first one at age 4, after being raped). [2:18] Attempted suicide several times. [2:42] Overdosed and ended up flatlining. He was put in rehab until he graduated high...

Duration:00:52:40

75. How to Get Your Financial House in Order and Why You Should Sell Bitcoin with Eric Finnigan

2/11/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [1:15] Eric's journey | Started when he was 23; he was in a band. His credit cards were overdrawn, and his bank accounts were empty. [2:05] He got hired at an economics investing firm. [2:53] He realized he wasn’t happy after a promotion. [3:30] He spent some time trying to figure out what he wanted to do. [3:50] He quit Sept. 2015 and has been working on his own stuff since then. [6:36] “Rules are meant to be understood.” [9:43] How the regular person can...

Duration:00:42:19

74. Leading with the Vulnerable Edge and Overcoming the Unknown with Jessica Geist

2/1/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [3:08] She’s a Rapid Transformation Coach. [3:25] She started a company (Jessica Geist) to help entrepreneurs on their journey. [5:39] She was hanging out with her dad, and their conversation sent her into a tailspin, which lasted for a few years. [6:44] She asked herself what kind of coach she wanted to be. [7:03] She started as a career coach. [7:16] She created a consulting firm to teach CEOs how to be better leaders. [8:35] Realized their clients needed...

Duration:00:42:03

73. Comedy for a Cause: Learn How Humor Can Make You Rich and Help People in Need with Matt Kazam

2/1/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [02:17] Matt introducing himself [02:54] Since childhood he has loved being comedian. [03:29] Matt is now working with entrepreneurs, businesses, and teaching people. [06:24] Matt sharing the science (demographic of the audience, variables etc.) behind creating brand [10:07] Expanding skill sets and finding ways to stand out [10:05] Humor is a viable commodity in business. People have to remember you. [13:54] Matt has used humor since he was 6 years old to...

Duration:01:14:13

72. Finding Your Why and Changing the World with 20-Year US Navy Veteran Ryan Charaba

2/1/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [0:20] Being a Navy veteran, interesting stories about world travel and leadership [01:12] Stories about his parents and childhood [01:49] By age of 18, he moved 36 times. [2:51] Mental breakdown resulting in being removed from the service [3:06] Sent to a department where they send all the younger Navies [04:46] He was helping his colleagues with coaching and processes [04:51] Started a coaching business [05:13] Being grateful for his depression [08:06]...

Duration:00:57:49

71. Teaching the World to Lead and Closing Generational Divides with Ron Carucci

2/1/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [0:59] Who Ron is and what he does [2:16] What continues to amaze Ron in his field of work [3:29] The one thing that is true about change [4:30] The two things that conspire together against leaders [6:30] What brands don’t know about themselves [8:20] The competing against vs. for with big brands [9:12] One reason some companies are short lived [9:52] Why you must put your customer first and get clear on what they want [11:00] You must define...

Duration:00:53:24

70. The Uber Connector: Larry Benet Talks the Art of World Class Relationships and Networks

2/1/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [00:43] Larry spent a lot of time with people that Brad truly admires: Tony Robbins, Sara Blakely. [1:09] People will respect you for your successes and love you for your failures. [01:20] Larry came from the middle-class neighborhood in New York. [01:40] Larry battled depression numerous times. [2:08] April 1, 2006, Larry’s last time selectively to be fired and let go because of doing too much networking [2:24] Larry is famous for today because of his...

Duration:00:39:06

BONUS EPISODE: Thoughts on Unleash the Power Within with Former Award-Winning Tony Robbins Trainer Eli Wilde

1/26/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [00:36] How Brad and Eli met [00:40] Who is Eli Wilde [1:40] How Eli got into Tony Robbins and neuro-linguistic programming [3:10] Anything can be broken down into a strategy [4:00] What the episode will be about [5:30] Who is Tony Robbins [6:30] What is a pattern? What produces our results? [7:02] SAM Framework [8:00] Strategies to grow your hunger, vision, etc. [8:56] Application for implementing those strategies: speed and implementation [9:45]...

Duration:00:59:41

64. Politics to Marketing: Working with Robert Reich, Howard Dean, Timeless Business Success with Dorie Clark

1/5/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [1:19] Grew up in a small town in North Carolina [1:35] He entered college early (at 14). He went to grad school. [1:51] His first job was as a newspaper reporter. He got laid off 1 year into the job on Sept. 10th, 2001. [2:22] He went into politics. The campaigns he worked on lost. [2:29] He ran a non-profit and realized that he could run a business. [2:43] Started his business 11 years ago. Had to re-conceptualize his business a few times. [3:37 ] He had...

Duration:00:37:17

63. Damion Lupo on the Law of Awareness: Balance, Tension, Flow, and Making Millions (Without Losing It All)

1/4/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [1:05] He is from Alaska. Normal middle class. He got thrown out of college. [1:24] He started listening to his heart/soul, and he started dabbing in real estate. [3:03] He had a $20M portfolio and a $5M net worth, and he blew it in a year. [3:28] His mantra was: “How much is enough? More.” [4:52] Have an end date to your goals. [6:39] He used to focus on the accoutrements. He even bought the Will Smith Ferrari from Bad Boyz. [10:21] Practice losing...

Duration:00:39:10

62. Lessons from Building Ruby on Rails, Basecamp, and Why Bitcoin Is a Ponzi Scheme with David Heinemeier Hansson

1/3/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [00:20] David is the creator and founder of Basecamp and the creator of Ruby on Rails. [1:42] When he started Basecamp, he was the sole developer. [6:35] Leadership failures and things learned along the way [10:45] They built the software (Basecamp) for themselves and realized that it would solve the problem for other people in the industry, and they sold it to them. [12:40] When they launched, they didn’t have a billing system. They got it out and built the...

Duration:00:53:56

61. Super Connector Kelli Richards on Working with Steve Jobs and the Importance of Trust and Timing

1/2/2018
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Time stamped show notes: [00:43] She knew she wanted to be a record producer at the age of 8. [1:28] She launched the Music and Entertainment Division at Apple and ran it for 12 years. It later became iTunes. Steve Jobs was her mentor. [4:26] She’s been a talent producer. [5:29] She’s had a podcast for 5 years. She’s published books and articles in different publications. [5:43] Things won’t change for her in the next 5 years. She wants to keep focusing on thought leadership. [6:39]...

Duration:00:51:23

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