Woohoo Season 3 is officially underway! In this episode, I go behind the scenes of my recent trip to Bali and share how this season will be different than any other. Hint: more solo episodes like this one.
Steph Jagger is a Guinness World Record holder, published author, & avid skier; and from July 2010 to May 2011, she circumnavigated the globe in search of one thing: snow. What she didn't plan on finding atop the world's whitest peaks, was herself.
Mary Shores and I first met when we were both crewing a Tony Robbins event, back in 2016, and at the time she was in the final throes of writing her book, Conscious Communications: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Harnessing the Power of Your Words to Change Your Mind, Your Choices, and Your Life.
This week's guest is easily one of the most passionate we've had on the show. In this episode, Michael holds nothing back as we chat about the ups and downs of entrepreneurship, and how he went from being a wedding videographer, to filming for big names like Tony Robbins, Tim Ferriss & Richard Branson.
After quitting one of the top Universities in Canada to move to New York, Sean Kim sold everything he owned and headed south. But when he reached the U.S. border, he was denied entry and the visa he'd been relying on for his new life, was revoked.
Kevin Dubrosky is easily becoming one of my favorite people to jam out with on all things entrepreneurship and personal growth. His book 'The Whale Vomit' method is an exciting and entertaining deep dive (pun intended) into the process that businesses can follow if they want to sell their products for top dollar and become a sought-after brand.
After building and selling a multi-million dollar healthcare company, Laura Coe had an epiphany. She realized that success without fulfillment is nothing. But how do we achieve fulfillment? How do we feel a sense of purpose when on the surface we’re doing everything right?
Her answer: authenticity.
JP Sears is a YouTube sensation and author of How to Be Ultra Spiritual: 12½ Steps to Spiritual Superiority, and I’m thrilled to have him back on the show! If you’re not familiar with JP’s hilarious, satirical videos, you can check them out at AwakenWithJP.com and listen to when he was on the show during season one.
Manu (better known as "Swish") is an inspiring young man, who I knew I wanted to interview as soon as I heard his story. He's a 19 yr old student at the University of Toronto, who ALSO happens to be an award-winning serial tech entrepreneur, a UN Youth Ambassador, an early stage tech investor, and TEDx speaker, JUST to name a few.
Bari Tessler is a Financial Therapist, Mentor Coach and Mama-preneur. She has been healing people's stories with money for over a decade, and each year she leads hundreds of people in a global, year-long money school, which integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps.
Today I'm chatting with Jenni Brown, cofounder of San Francisco based branding agency, Prim’d Marketing, and host of the soon to be released podcast Type A Creative. And in our conversation we talk about how you can take successfully merge both the left and right brains to find fulfillment as a creative entrepreneur.
Emilie Wapnick is what she calls a “multipotentialite”. And recently I learned, I'm one too.
In her new book, How to be everything - A Guide for Those Who Still Don’t Know What They Want to Be When They Grow Up, Emilie dissects exactly what it means to be one of these gifted, multi-talented individuals. In
You may remember Nat from season one, when I brought him on for a back-to-back interview series
His transparency and willingness to talk about taboo things is exactly why I invited him back for Round 3 to talk about his new book, Come Again, What Men Need to Know About Amazing Sex.
Sophia Bera has been featured on everything from CNBC to Forbes, from New York Times, to Fortune Magazine. She is THE go to financial planner for millennials, and founder of GenYPlanning.com.
I invited Sophia onto today's show to shine light on what so many of us try desperately to keep in the dark; our struggle to be financially savvy.
John Lee Dumas is an avid Podcaster, successful entrepreneur, and transparent business owner. I invited John to kick off Season 2 because these first few episodes are all about MONEY. And my friend John is fluent in the language of finances.
A few years ago, Joel got tired of living an average life. He was waiting for things to happen but they never did, so he decided to do something about it. He created a list of the things he used to think were impossible and started doing them. Now he lives a life of adventure, runs multiple online businesses under the IMPOSSIBLE brand, and continues to do the impossible.
I hope you’re sitting down! Today’s episode is as interesting as it is powerful.
Mansal Denton is an entrepreneur, published author, and in his early 20s was sentenced to 4 years in the Texas State penitentiary for stealing and selling historical documents from the Mazal Holocaust Library.
Today we’re learning from Bridgette Mayer, an artist, entrepreneur and author of The Art Cure: A Memoir of Abuse and Fortune. For the past 16 years she has been running a top contemporary art gallery in Philadelphia helping her clients and the artists she serves improve the quality of their life through art.
I first heard today’s guest, Michelle Poler, speak at the World Domination Summit about her 100 Days Without Fear Challenge and I found it SO inspiring. She faced 100 fears, documenting the entire thing on YouTube. After going viral, she quit her job and now travels around speaking about the life changing benefits of facing our fears, and recording YouTube videos every Wednesday to answer one question: WTF Are We So Afraid Of?!