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May 30, 2016

Ryan Stewman, first and foremost is a salesman. Ryan has not had a salaried job his entire life. By mastering the art of being a super effective communicator, Ryan has closed more transactions than he has time to add up. Besides, no one likes looking at super inflated numbers that are just a guess. With his no BS approach to making things happen, Ryan has been able to help high income, and high net worth performers make adjustments in their businesses that have led to windfalls of profits for them. Ryan’s background is in the mortgage industry.

He was a loan officer in Dallas, Texas for almost 10 years. During his time as a LO Ryan closed 1000s of loans for people across the country. Ryan has been the top producing salesman at every sales job he’s had. Doesnt’ matter if you are selling cars, homes, financial services, or consulting, Ryan can help you generate more leads with higher quality, increase your closing ratios and show you how to charge premium fees for the items you sell. Ryan was born and raised in Dallas, Tx and is probably the proudest Texan you will ever meet. He’s also a father to the future greatest salesman in the world aka Mr Jax. Lastly, Ryan would like me to tell you to hire him. You can check his LONG track record of helping top producers hit a level in business they never before imagined. You won’t find any negative reviews from any of his paying clients, past and present, anywhere. He ALWAYS delivers what he says, and his track record proves it.


In This Episode:

  • Inspiration starts with Zig Ziglar.
  • Getting started in sales young.
  • Rebuilding your career after a prison sentence.
  • How did the Dodd-Frank Act affect securities?
  • Why blue-haired ladies are Hardcore Closers
  • How permission-based selling can work for you.
  • Why 99% of salespeople fail at followup.
  • What to hire first when you scale your business.


Ryan’s Favorite Quote:
“Elevate them to the top”


Ryan’s Favorite Books:
Ultimate Sales Machine - Chet Holmes

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May 30, 2016

We have all been there, we were all young. I cannot help but to wonder have times really changed that much? In speaking with friends I think back, and yes, I was not that engaged as an individual. However, did I ever reach this level I am not really sure. It seems its not just a lack of engagement, but a total lack of effort. The youth today seems to totally lack any motivation. I say this not just about students, but at 27, I am also speaking about those of my own generation. I seem to know so many my age that not only do not work, but really seem to have no motivation for life. What has happened to us? I say this not as the old codger, but rather I say it just as an observer. This is not to say that all millennials are bad, because in fact they have been a huge source of innovation. However, the generation below myself is quite concerning to me.

It seems that many things can be pointed to as part of the issue, not only the welfare state, but also technology as well. As a people we have little patience; social media has rewired our brains in such a way that we cannot wait for anything. People just do not even complete simple tasks, as simple as not even cleaning up garbage. Its always pushed aside and blamed on someone else, but what can be seen in garbage can be seen in many things. We have a total lack of accountability, everyone seems to be looking for the next person that they can shift the blame upon. There in lies the problem: the situation cannot be solved if there is no one to take the blame for it. Just like the first step of AA, someone needs to admit that a problem exists. If there is no admitted problem, then there is no one to readily accept a solution; if something is not wrong then a solution is not needed.

I saw a political cartoon just the other day that made this real for me. In the cartoon, there are two images of parents reactions now and parents before the 1960’s. In the earlier picture, the parents are questioning the student about his grades and why they are so poor. In the second, the parents are angrily questioning the teacher why the student’s grades are poor. Its simple, but its a good explanation of just where the problem starts. I have never been a parent, though I hope to one day be, so I cannot profess to be an expert. I am left with an essential question: “Do we love our kids too much?”

We all love our kids, and want them to succeed, but do we do too much for them? We have to hold them responsible and teach the accountability; that is where it starts. Think of it like a ripple, it starts in the home, and it starts with the baby boomers, the generation after World War II. Their parents spoiled them with the new idea of American wealth. They loved them so very much and wanted to give them the world that they never had; that’s a wonderful thing. The problem is, that they never learned self-sufficiency, and from that started a cycle. Each successive generation spoiled their youth, and less and less was expected. I’ll admit it, my parents spoiled me, but they did teach me the responsibility to be an adult. That is the problem, we are not showing our kids we love them by not teaching them that life is not fair.

However, that being said, I think Gen Y actually has an amazing mind for entrepreneurialism. They have differing views than the rest of a society that has not kept up with the shifting tides, one that in a few years, will totally be in their court. They have different core values, which are tied to freedom and not long, hard hours. Rather, they want a business that can scale quickly and produce income that is not tied to their hours; they understand their hours are limited. These are the growing pains of society, tied to a generation that has learned from observing their parents.

May 27, 2016

The Millennial generation I feel like gets a raw deal, there’s a lot of hustle there, but its a different type than a lot of people are used to, and because of that, they’re not sure how to react to it. I wanted to get to the hear of the matter, and bring in some that I saw with a lot of hustle, so today, we have 5 minutes from 18-year-old Jared Dykas. He has helped to put together a really active group in RECN and managed to not only meet Gary Vaynerchuk, but also run an even with him. I’ll let Jared tell you in his own words the different type of hustle that he sees from his generation; this is shot, but strap yourself in.


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May 25, 2016

Laura Coe is an entrepreneur, author, and mom. At 24, she co-founded a healthcare tech business and later sold it to a Fortune 500 where she stayed on as an executive. After 11 years of success in business, she found herself very successful, and very unfulfilled. So, she tried yoga, alternative medicine, and anything she thought would help me feel fulfilled. But nothing worked.

Obsessed with the idea of fulfillment, she dove into its philosophical roots and discovered that she was "emotionally obese"-- she had layers upon layers of assumptions, fears, and negative thoughts that had piled on over the years like "emotional fat" and in order to lose them, she had to learn to shed the "emotional weight."

In This Episode:

  • Organizing Information can be profitable.
  • Figuring out purpose in work.
  • Understanding who you surround yourself with.
  • How to understand what people are really saying.
  • The value in mentorship.
  • Learning when and how to delegate.
  • Understanding the difficulty in being an entrepreneur.


Laura's Favorite Quote:
"The still point in the turning world." — T.S. Elliott

Laura's Favorite Book:
T.S. Elliott Anthology

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May 24, 2016

Nate Smith recently built an info product business in the music niche - at - to high 4-figures monthly passive income. Now he's helping other entrepreneurs do the same. He's applied the Pareto Principle to marketing in a way that other didn't think was possible.

Last year, at a conference called DCBKK, He listened to a speaker named Jake Puhl talk about mindset. If you're making less than 250k/year, he said, your problem is probably mindset. He started asking himself framing questions to reveal where he was on his own way. In the end, it all boiled down to assuming things were impossible just because he hadn't seen them succeed yet. He then went on journey, which initially, was not a profitable one, but succeeded in creating freedom for himself; here's his story.

In This Episode:

  • Transitioning from employee to full-time entrepreneur.
  • The highs and lows of being an entrepreneur.
  • What happens when cognitive dissidence occurs with you day job?
  • Creating the entrepreneur mindset.
  • Re-evaluating after your first product fails.
  • Surveying your audience to find what they'll buy and how much they'll pay.
  • Where to start out when writing copy.
  • Learning what your customers want?
  • Getting your list to be more engaged.
  • Going where your audience is.


Nate's Favorite Quote:
"If you're making less than 250k/year, he said, your problem is probably mindset." — Jake Puhl

Nate's Favorite Book:
The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich

Links From Today's Show:
The Adweek Copywriting Handbook: The Ultimate Guide to Writing Powerful Advertising and Marketing Copy from One of America's Top Copywriters

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May 22, 2016

Dennis Langlais has had the privilege to speak in front of countless audiences inspiring people to be the best they can be. The podcast provides an inspirational theme that shares insight from our guests. FIVE Minute Bark is a professional Business Podcast and has listen- ers in 38 countries.

New to the Podcast world FIVE Minute Bark is off to a better than expected start, featuring high profile guests such as Steven Weatherford, Lee Stein, James Heller, Cameron Czu- bernat. The podcast is successful in capturing the “moment” with it’s guests. Dennis the host has a the cunning ability to get guests to open up and share great things in a compelling way. Through is experience, Dennis has become an expert on the art of "Creating Celebrity," and recently spoke about it in an interview with Grant Cardone.


In This Episode:

  • Making a living as a pro BMX rider.
  • How competition takes life to the next level.
  • Turning love of BMX into a business.
  • How a podcast can become your education.
  • The value in the Blab platform.
  • How to use professionalism to get noticed.
  • Why you need to to be a celebrity in your space.
  • How celebrity can add to your bottom line.
  • The value in aligning yourself with the right people.


Dennis' Favorite Quote:
"Never give up."

Dennis' Favorite Book:
The Science of Getting Rich

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May 20, 2016

Its always been a funny thing to say to someone to "Take a cold shower," but it may be one of the best tips that you have ever been given. There are many benefits of taking a cold shower if you can handle it. I have been doing it for about three weeks now, and in addition to diet, have seen a pretty nice drop in body fat. I recently started reading the 4 Hour Body and have tried a bunch of the crazy experiments to see exactly how they work. I have found many positive results in my body and will continue to experiment and see exactly where this rabbit hole leads.

  • Cold showers burn fat:this is initially what attracted me to them. In the 4 Hour Body, Tim Ferriss speaks about a massive increase in body fat burning. He started by looking at swimmers and why they can consume such a massive amount of calories and not go up in body fat. Their massive amount of swimming, 3-4 hours daily can contribute to this, but they still do not swim enough to burn the massive amount of calories, such as the 12,000 taken in by Michael Phelps a day. When looking at it, they found the high level of heat of the pool really magnified calorie burn, but to an extreme. So a NASA scientist, looking to make himself a bit skinnier and not willing to sit in a pool for 4 hours a day, checked out cold exposure and found that it burned more calories in significantly less time; 10-20 minutes. So Ferriss looked at this and started taking ice baths for 20 minutes a day, I'm totally not doing that because of the immense amount of pain it can potentially create. Then, there was a break through in types of fat that the human body carries. We have two types of fat in our bodies, white and brow. The brown fat is actually a fat that burns other fat, like the type in muscle milk, is stored in the back of your shoulders and activated by extreme cold or extreme heat. So, set your timer for ten minutes, clean yourself quick, then turn the water cold. Make sure to focus all of that shower on the back of your neck and upper shoulders and let the body fat burn!
  • Cold showers boost workout recovery:Ever heard of pro athletes sitting in an ice bath for 20-30 minutes to recover faster? Well, not you can have most of those results in a significantly shorter and less painful time. Cold showers stop lactic acid build up as well as removing inflammation that may be starting in a muscle or the whole body for that matter.
  • Cold showers can enhance mood:your heart rate increases from a cold shower and thus your body process speed up a bit. Therefore, they wake you up and make you feel a bit better by catching your groggy body up with the rest of the world.
  • Cold showers enhance immunity:Remember since cold showers are speeding your metabolism, they are actually speeding up your total metabolic rate. With that comes a greater sense of wellness and a greater ability to fight off disease.

You may think I'm bit crazy, but remember to put on a timer. Also, go back and reference the first reason: you only need to do it for ten minutes a day and it only needs to hit your neck and shoulders. Your body will actually really appreciate your new found sense of adventure. Now, go take a cold shower.


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May 19, 2016

Boomer Mueller and Tyler Tashiro are hustlers. They very quickly created a podcast called "The Rising Entrepreneur," which saw very quick success. Then, they took their knowledge and in only 48 hours put together the content for their first online training course. The two see not only importance in the originally of their content but also in the speed with which they create it.

In this episode, we cover the creation of their course from start to finish; why they acted quickly, why they tried to leave no questions. The two had a pet peeve about other course creators that didn't give all the data, hoping to sell course number two. Rather they wanted to give their customers the best possible product to create a future relationship with them. These two guys believe in going for it, and you're along for the ride.


In This Episode:

  • The Importance of Journaling.
  • Why your projects need to be bigger than yourself.
  • The importance of original content.
  • Creating raving fans.
  • Why you need buyers before you launch a product.
  • Leaving a course created with no questions.
  • Why you shouldn't think with a scarcity mindset.
  • Understanding what your market wants before you push a product.
  • The speed of producing your product.


Tyler and Boomer's Favorite Book:
The Way of the Peaceful Warrior - Dan Millman

The Four Hour Work Week - Tim Ferriss

Tyler and Boomer's Favorite Quote:
"God's gift to us is our potential, our gift back is how we use it."

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May 18, 2016

11402425_856793114391115_7850217704276432376_oGregg Clunis is the host of the Tiny Leaps, Big Changes podcast. Gregg took an interest in personal development to the next level. Many times, we just become consumers of content and Gregg is on a mission to see that we actually implement, a little bit every day; when changes are too big we won't actually stick with them.

The show was been wildly successful, garnering almost a quarter of a million downloads in its first few months, and an incredible community has began to rise up around it. Gregg learned from previous podcasts on how to do a show the right way, and has put it into action. Check out his strategies for success in this episode.

In this Episode:

  • The problem with only consuming personal development.
  • The pseudo entrepreneur culture
  • Why smaller actions are easier to implement.
  • What to do after you crush your goals.
  • Why sometimes, messy is better than done.
  • Learning from past mistakes.
  • Having a big plan for your personal brand.
  • Understanding your pursuit of balance.


Gregg's Favorite Quote:
"All big leaps come from the tiny leaps we take every day."


Gregg's Favorite Book:
Awaken the Giant Within - Tony Robbins

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May 17, 2016

stackgrpRyan Stack was a musician that wanted more, but it too a journey to get him here. He is an internet entrepreneur that figured out the steps to make his goals happen and right now is really crushing it. We follow him a long his early years, through finding a mentor, to eventually becoming a mentor for others.

He has been pumping out value bombs at a mind melding pace on Periscope. In this episode he tells you how to work your goals backwards to make life happen and not wait for life to happen to you.



In This Episode:

  • How to go from musician to entrepreneur.
  • What is residual income?
  • The adjustment to being an entrepreneur.
  • Putting deadlines on goals to get them done.
  • Figuring out how to replace income.
  • Training your way into business.
  • The action plan behind goals.
  • The importance of having a supportive spouse.
  • The importance of having a mentor.
  • How to brand with Periscope.
  • Removing distractions to hit your goals.


Ryan's Favorite Quote:
"You'll be left feeling empty if you hit the finish line alone, when you run a race as a team, you discover msot of the reward comes from hitting the tape together." — Howard Schulz

Ryan's Favorite Book:
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind - T. Harv Ecker


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May 15, 2016

1544397_10151800421316861_781684590_nDaryl Urbanski, is the Founder and President of, is best known for his ability to create seven-figure, automated income streams from scratch. A Canadian turned So Cal, Daryl has quickly climbed the entrepreneurial ladder, gaining respect from thousands of small business owners worldwide. From author to speaker, marketer to coach - Daryl's multi-faceted business approach sets him apart as one of the leading business experts of his generation.

This episode helps to connect some of the dots left from episode #21, where Pat Flynn explain to us the basics of affiliate marketing. Listening to these two episodes together, will give you a good idea of where to start you online marketing and funnel building.

In This Episode:

  • Focusing on serving others first.
  • Learning the right way from doing things the wrong way.
  • The value in really having good marketing.
  • The Value in self-education through reading.
  • How to use success to drive media coverage and future business.
  • How to build your traffic.
  • How to profit off recurring webinars.
  • The benefit to using affiliates in a product launch.
  • Why you should create your audience first.
  • Click funnels v. creating your own unique funnel.
  • Why your real-world prospect is the best place to start.
  • The exact thing that holds many companies back.


Daryl's Favorite Book:
Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill

Daryl's Favorite Quote:
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world."


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May 13, 2016

Referrals are a tricky subject; some people always get them, others can seem to even touch one. There's some different viewpoints on this one, but in this episode, I will give you what has been most successful for me. This method has worked for me every time and has been super important in my efforts at branding building.



In this Episode:

  • Referrals are a long term strategy.

  • Give give give...

  • Become a person of value.

  • Hook someone up with other people – become a connector of people.

  • The exchange hast to balance out


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May 12, 2016

Jimmy is a proud father, a keynote speaker, and an endurance running coach living in the Los Angeles area. He has spoken to many groups including school assemblies, Fortune 100 companies (Disney, Nike, etc), as well as local clubs and athletic groups.

As a backdrop to many of Jimmy's keynotes, he has completed numerous ultra distance footraces including the Badwater 135, the Western States 100, and the Leadville Trail 100. In the Summer of 2014, Jimmy completed the "Original 6 Hundo Challenge" or the first six 100 mile trail races to exist, in a 13 week span. Jimmy talks about chosen attitude in the face of adversity, self empowerment, team building & collaborative thinking, unearthing the extraordinary moments everyday, gratitude, and high achievement through relentless forward movement, all while maintaining a sense of humor and perspective around everything.
In This Episode:
  • Building an inspiring day, even when things don't go as planned.
  • Creating a mastermind to keep yourself accountable.
  • Transitioning from a full-time job to your own coaching business.
  • The power of competition for an entrepreneur.
  • Building a life around your passion.
  • Why you must be willing to suck at something to become a pro.
  • The steps to achieving balance in your life.
  • The importance of consistency.
  • Running a foot race through Death Valley.
  • Viewing a workout as a productivity hack.
Jimmy's Favorite Book:

Oh The Places You'll Go - Dr Seuss

Jimmy's Favorite Quote:
"All you need in life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is sure." — Mark Twain
"The Hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave 5 minutes longer." — Ralph Waldo Emmerson
May 11, 2016

Vick Tipnes was born in London, England and immigrated to Florida as a young boy with his Family. He always knew that he wanted to be an Entrepreneur from a very young age. He gave college a shot, but after 6 months he decided to drop out and pursue his goals.

Vick then struggled through various businesses that he started and sold, but didn’t really reach his full potential, when compared to the image he had in his mind. It wasn’t until he was 35 years old that he really woke up and realized that he needed to truly invest in himself if he was going to become anything in life. Once that ball dropped for him, everything changed. He took massive action to learn and educate himself as much as he could. He became obsessed with bettering himself, and invested every dollar he. At the time he had little or no money, he didn’t even have a sofa, but he had belief in himself.

He started Blackstone in 2012; his purpose was to help as many people as he could, through better cost, access and quality. He started this business from a 400 sq.ft office, with no revenue, one employee and a loan from an investor.

Today he has over 30 employees and is a multi-million dollar revenue company. He has grown into a national company that does business in over 38 states.

In This Episode:

  • The importance of having a scalable business.
  • Why working on yourself is pivotal to success.
  • How familiarity with a vertical can reveal a business opportunity.
  • The timeframe to profitability.
  • The importance of paying your employees first.
  • The importance of learning to observe.
  • The difference between entrepreneur and business owner.
  • The talent to be a CEO, what is it?


Vick's Favorite Quote:
"Never regret yesterday, life is in you today and you make your tomorrow."

Vick's Favorite Book:
Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill

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May 9, 2016

Robert Syslo Jr is the Video Genius behind Grant Cardone; Director of Production for Grant Cardone TV, Digital Video Producer, Advertising and Branding Coordinator, Editor, Photographer with over fourteen years of experience in film production. Having worked with NBC Universal, Citysearch, Yelp and YellowPages Robert's promotional video production for business' has led him to New York Times Best Seller and International Sales Expert Grant Cardone where he currently works.

Robert has been through an amazing journey of self-discovery to business success. He is an expert in branding with video, and produces massive amounts of content on social media. In this episode, Robert tells us just what it takes to be a video genius, and what it really takes to brand in video and social media.


In This Episode:

  • How to find your passion in life.
  • Making a career as a video producer.
  • Why you need to be willing to experience anything that will happen.
  • Why persistence is so important.
  • What you need to be doing to brand with video.
  • Developing your social media strategy.
  • Understanding your priorities.
  • Prepping yourself to be more productive.
  • The value in authenticity for your brand.


Robert's Favorite Quote:
"On the other side of pain is success"
"Show up even if you're bleeding."

Robert's Favorite Book:
The 10X Rule, Grant Cardone

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May 8, 2016

Pejman Ghadimi is a self-made entrepreneur and best selling book author born in 1982 in the middle of a revolution in Iran, raised in France for the majority of his childhood, and eventually migrating to the United States in 1997. Raised by a single mother his entire life with very limited resources, Pejman quickly adapted to the idea of being resourceful. Due to lack of finances and the inability to go to college due to family obligations, Pejman chose to start working from a young age and focused his efforts on banking where he built a name for himself very quickly, climbing the ladder all the way to the VP level in a short 4 years span all without any type of formal education or formalized training.

Fast forward 3 more years and Pejman left banking with a significant amount of experience, an incredible salary history and real estate portfolio to die for which was later leveraged to founding three major businesses: VIP Motoring, Secret Consulting, and Secret Entourage (which collectively have grossed over $40M in revenue annually). Pejman shares a very unique perspective on success and entrepreneurship; one that involves the birth of innovation through the impact made on others as well as the human connections we create daily backed by years of effective and practical leadership skills. Pejman has authored 10 books to date; his most recent best seller Third Circle Theory focusing on a unique roadmap to achieving a higher level of self-awareness leveraging the power of entrepreneurship. While currently being financially independent, Pejman focuses his efforts on teaching others the importance of self awareness, belief, and the power of defining your role and purpose to others through the Secret Entourage Academy as well as to a select few on a one on one basis.

In This Episode:

  • What being an entrepreneur demands.
  • How to revamp your prospect list.
  • What it takes to rise quickly in any company.
  • How familiarity can help you to find a business idea.
  • Why goals should not just be tied to money.
  • What you really need to do to learn a business skill.
  • How to change an industry.


PJ's Favorite Quote:
"Whether you believe you can or you can't, you're right." — Henry Ford
"The biggest enemy to a great life is a good life."


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May 6, 2016

Whether you're a new entrepreneur or someone that has been around a while, there is one that is pretty scary to most of us, and thats the idea of scarcity. There is not scarcity of clients or money or opportunities in the world, and shifting your mindset is huge to making a concerted effort to really living and really building a career; its time to remove the "Time Suck" from your life.

In this episode, I discuss when its time to cut the chord with a client so that you can be abundant and not scarce, and from there, really go on to create your own life!


In this episode:

  • The signs that its time for a client to go.
  • What a bad client probably looks like.
  • Why you need to end it with time sucking clients.
  • What to do after you end it.


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May 5, 2016

Michael Russo started Sticky Quotes while still in college to bring inspiration and motivation to others. Being the optimistic and idealistic philosopher he is, he once thought: "How could I make the world a happier place?"

For starters, he figured he could write inspirational quotes on sticky notes and leave them all over the place. And that’s exactly how Sticky Quotes got its start. The sticky quote note idea was his simple yet effective way to make the world a happier place.

He was sticking these instant happy notes everywhere – all over the Morgan Stanley office where he once interned; in every classroom at Molloy College; and just about anywhere else he's gone since January 2014 when he started this movement.

It wasn't until he paired up with an awesome team of friends and mentors, won a college business plan competition, and printed an insane number of sticky notes in his parents’ kitchen that he had the confidence and the opportunity to start this business.

Now he's 21 years old, on a mission, running his business, and set to graduate from college in May.

May 3, 2016

Jordan LaPlace was successful, but he wasn't quite living up tohis potential. He always had the bug to sale, as a kid he even soldhot dogs just to satisfy the need to achieve. In college, he gothis first real sales job selling B2B office products and decidedthat his future was in selling and he no longer needed to spendtime on schooling.

Jordan spent about 5 years selling various services, beforeending up in solar energy sales. He was well established and hadseen some success, but in the end of 2014, he made a decision thatwould change his life. He put together a plan that helped him toearn in excess of $1 million in commissions, and plans to create $3million in 2016. Jordan made way more than just your average shift;in this episode, he tells us exactly what he did and how you canstart crushing it too!


In This Episode

  • Why making the decision for 7 figures is so important.
  • How to really crush it in door-to-door sales.
  • How to decide what company will be the best to sell for tomaximize commissions.
  • How to manage others to their own success.
  • Your action plan to a 7 figure income.
  • Why "tying yourself to the mast," will make you moresuccessful.
  • The Value in keeping a journal.
  • Scheduling for achieving goals.
  • The value in post-gaming your activities for improvement
  • How to select the best company for maximizing commissions.
  • Entrepreneur v. Intra-preneur.


Jordan's Favorite Quote:
"Give up what you want in the moment for what you want themost."

Jordan's Favorite Book:

10X Rule, Grant Cardone

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May 3, 2016

Daniel Gefen left school early, but somehow managed to end up ina 6 figure job, for which he had no qualifications. Theeconomy shifted in 2008 and Daniel was laid off, things got toughand after the birth of his first child, he was evicted, thing justwent from bad to worse.

He moved in with his in-laws, but things still did not improve,it came time for him to reach out to his father. He then got a jobas a cashier at his father's London grocery store.

Daniel then had an awesome idea to help business outsource theircustomer service and business quickly started to boom. However, hehit a wall, and decided the only way he could continue to grow wasto outsource his business to his competition. Though the decisionseemed crazy, he managed to remove a lot of the headaches andcreate even more profit from his business.

In This Episode:

  • Why kids always get what they want.
  • How communication can help you to get anything.
  • How to find solutions when you hit rock bottom.
  • Keeping your goals in focus when the outlook seems bad.
  • The REAL definition of an entrepreneur.
  • How solving a problem can create a business.
  • Why relying too much on staff can be a problem.
  • Why relying on one source for new clients is dangerous.
  • How to create automation in your business.

Daniel's Favorite Quote:
"Some search for happiness, others create it."

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May 1, 2016

Kimberly Rich took a job out of college that she told herself that she never would, cold calling. She was miserable working and was looking for another way. Then in 2013 she read The Four Hour Work Week, and was inspired to take a leap and went abroad and really lived life, all while building online business to support her new found freedom.

She took control of her business in 2015 and started coaching others to achieve success and create freedom lifestyles where they really control life; the Bold Life Movement was born.



In this Episode:

  • The Value in having a coach in business.
  • The value in setting deadlines to achieve your goals.
  • How travel can change your perspective.
  • The value in the people you surround yourself with.
  • How to clarify your personal brand


Kimberly's Favorite Book:

Kimberly's Favoriet Quote:
"Our fantasies are our realities in an excuse free world." — Jen Sincero
"Nothing of your past dictates your future." — Tony Robbins

Links From Today's Show:
The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich

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