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Episode 310 - Benjamin Hardy

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Episode 309 - Amy Birks

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Episode 308 - Trivinia Barber

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Cesar Kuriyama - One Second Every Day

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John Ruhlin - The Power and Skill of Giving

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JT McCormick - Pimps, Prostitutes, & Perseverance

“I’m often asked ‘What’s the one thing?’... The fact is, it’s not one thing. It’s the course of several things… but if someone wants me to give them one answer, I express that it’s mindset: What are you going to do to achieve success?” JT McCormick’s childhood was fraught with poverty, violence, gang activity, and incarceration. Despite these challenges, he has become the CEO of Book in a Box and one of the premier experts on scaling and growing a business. In this episode, Ari and JT...


Dr. Doug Brackmann - The Psychology of the Entrepreneur's Mind

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George Bryant aka The Civilized Caveman - From PTSD to Paleo

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Ari Meisel - An Introspective with Mackenzie Sweeney, Episode 300

Ari Meisel (@arimeisel) is a world-renowned expert in productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness, a father of four kids under the age of five, and the founder of Less Doing, More Living. How did Ari create the OAO (Optimize, Automate, Outsource) methodology? Join Mackenzie and Ari as they dive into the mission of Less Doing, Ari's journey to realizing his revolutionary methodology, biohacking, and the master’s top tips to be the most effective! " 'What would you do if you could only...


Doug Barber: The Minaal Backpack, Episode 299

Doug Barber is the co-founder of Minaal, one of, if not, the best traveling bag in the world. Doug is a full-time traveler and wanted a bag that catered to his needs. Tune in as he and Ari go through the genesis of Minaal, Doug's astounding Kickstarter campaign, and the meaning behind the name "Minaal!" "I woke up at about four in the morning after a few weeks of mulling it over and not really coming up with anything good. And 'Minaal' popped in to my head, and I registered the dot com...


A Letter to Listeners from Ari Meisel, Episode 298

"When you reach a fork in the road where one founder wants to go one way and one wants to go the other, you can not take both forks." Today, it’s just me. A letter of how and why I’ve changed my direction. Not going back to, but a revival of my brand and endeavors that allowed me to be closest to the work I crave the most: help someone reclaim their time. This is when I feel the most impactful. In this episode is the I wrote this letter to my community detailing this transition. The...


Naveen Jain: Going to the Moon & Listening to your Gut…Literally, Episode #296

Naveen Jain (@naveen_jain_ceo) is a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist driven to solve the world’s biggest challenges through innovation. He gives new meaning to the phrase “to the moon and back” and has changed the industry of monitoring inner health. “Making money is like having an orgasm: you would never get it if you focus on it. It has to be a byproduct of the things you really enjoy doing.” — Naveen Jain On this episode, you’ll get to know Naveen’s two most recent ventures,...


Steve Sims on The Mindset Behind Doing Impossible Things, Episode #295

There are people we all admire who have done seemingly impossible things. But you’ve probably never met a person like Steve Sims - his company specializes in doing impossible things for anyone who has the money to pay for it. No kidding. He’s learned how to make connections with people all across the globe to make things happen that you’d never think are possible. On this episode, Steve explains how he came to do what he’s doing, why he feels anyone can make the connections they need to...


Tom Bilyeu on The Body Mind Connection - Episode #294

Tom Bilyeu is a guy who’s been amazingly successful and a huge part of what’s made him successful is that he’s done the work to understand the body mind connection. From the outrageous growth of his company, Quest Nutrition to his work now with Impact Theory, a media company aimed at helping people level up their lives, Tom's story is incredible. In this conversation, we talk about the body mind connection, how to improve your own performance and mindset, what Tom is doing to help others...


Cy Wakeman: No Drama, No Ego, and Determining Your Own Happiness - Episode #293

This episode of Leverage features Cy Wakeman, a drama researcher who has discovered that the average person spends two and a half hours per day engaged in drama. She says this is not only a tremendous waste of energy, it’s also a significant drain on the person’s ability to live a happy and productive life. In this conversation Ari and Cy chat about what the research shows, how Cy coaches people to avoid drama and deal with reality, and what it takes to do this for yourself. This episode...


Chase Hughes on Influencing Skills, Real and Perceived Authority, and Better Human Interactions - Episode #292

What would it mean for your life or business if you had the influencing skills to connect more deeply with people, close more deals, and create the kind of trust that fuels long-term interactions? It’s not easy to do, but it’s possible - and on this episode of Leverage Chase Hughes of Ellipsis Behavior provides insight into how we can break through the social masks to expose every person we meet (in a good way). This is a fascinating conversation and Chase shares free resources you can use...


Peter Shankman: Know Yourself To Optimize Your Effectiveness - Episode #291

There is a bit of debate about whether it was the ancient Egyptians or Greeks who first said, “Know thyself,” but whoever it was, Peter Shankman entirely agrees. Peter says that when you know yourself - including all your personal idiosyncrasies and weaknesses - you are better able to maximize and leverage your strengths and minimize and avoid your weaknesses. This conversation with Peter is all over the board but in a good way. It touches on so many good things we’re not even going to try...


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