Are you connected with your purpose on a soul level? Are the things you are holding on to, that are robbing you of your ability to say “yes” to life? Today’s conversation with Kamal Ravikant takes a deep dive into forgiveness and following your heart.
Many times, business is all about the processes and the results and the heart gets overlooked. We may even keep ourselves busy with business goals and achievements so that we don’t have to deal with matters of the heart. Kamal’s new book uses a fascinating fable to share specific steps for forgiveness, including forgiveness of yourself! Embracing that forgiveness will allow you to follow your heart.
Kamal Ravikant has been fortunate enough to have some amazing experiences in his life so far. He’s trekked to one of the highest base camps in the Himalayas, meditated with Tibetan monks in the Dalai Lama's monastery, earned his US Army Infantry patch, walked 550 miles across Spain, lived in Paris, been the only non-black, non-woman member of the Black Women's writers' group, written several bestsellers, held the hands of dying patients, and worked with some of the best people in Silicon Valley. But his most transformative experience has been the simple act of loving himself.
In today’s episode we learn:
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Are you maximizing marketing opportunities in your business? Do you know exactly what the specific ROI is for each marketing channel that you are using? Today, we're talking all things marketing with the one and only Brian Kurtz.
Not only is Brian a Legendary Direct Marketer, but he spent 34 years at Boardroom, and was responsible for over 2 billion pieces of direct mail. More recently Brian started “Titans of Marketing”, which was an event that featured some other big names in copywriting and marketing. He is in the multi-channel marketing world, so he has a unique perspective. He specializes in helping companies go offline with their marketing efforts.
Brian is focused on contributing value to the lives of everyone he touches. He has hosted more than 150 of the famous Boardroom Dinners, and knows the secret to creating a space for networking and business to take place organically.
In today's episode we learn:
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Success. How do YOU measure it? Is it purely a matter of the income level you achieve or is there more to it? My guest today would answer that success comes only through complete emotional independence. What he means is the kind of emotional independence that allows you to jump face first into the universe with no fears or insecurities. Sound intriguing? Join us!
Paul Kirchoff is an avid entrepreneur that will blow you away with his insight into business, money, adventure, and spirituality. He’s also an investor and global adventurer----and the list goes on. Currently, Paul serves as the founder and CEO of EPX, an exclusive community for adventuring entrepreneurs wanting to drive faster business success and max out their lives with amazing global experiences. Paul was an early employee at Dell, and was the founder and CEO of SaleAMP, a pay-for-performance digital marketing agency based in Austin, TX.
As if those accomplishments aren’t enough, Paul has directed and sold a film, sold thousands of copies of a corporate thriller novel, and is currently involved in a multinational effort to bring internet connectivity and banking to the poor. He’s also busy building another software venture that will accelerate problem-solving for humanity’s most pressing needs and allow for “adventuring the planet like nobody’s business.” A father and super-bachelor, Paul is a “modern-day James Bond,” as he travels to luxurious and gorgeous places around the world, rubbing shoulders and “hanging out” with such celebrity pals as Richard Branson.
Paul discusses his personal experiences in company startups, including fulfilling the roles of both visionary and operator in the struggle to transition. He shares great advice regarding the different phases of leadership, growth processes, and money strategies.
Another topic in our conversation is the aforementioned emotional independence. What is it—and how do you get it? You do not want to miss Paul’s insight into transforming self, rewiring the brain, and getting rid of insecurities.
In this episode, you will:
[Tweet ""Nobody knows the 100 billion nightmares between $0 and “making it.”
" - Paul Kirchoff"]
Have you accidentally let your wealth creation take a back seat?
Most entrepreneurs do. Garrett Gunderson joins us on this episode of the podcast to help solve this problem.
Garrett is the New York Times bestselling author of Killing Sacred Cows: Overcoming the Financial Myths That Are Destroying Your Prosperity. And he’s personally helped countless business owners create efficient wealth strategies that fit their unique strengths.
Garrett is the Chief Wealth Architect for Wealth Factory. Wealth Factory is a comprehensive personal financial education and implementation program for entrepreneurs, health care professionals and small business owners.
Professionals (like dentists, orthodontists, optometrists, and veterinarians) and entrepreneurs typically focus on what they do best, and that's running a great practice and providing state-of the art service. Managing their personal finances often takes a back seat, and this can create tremendous personal and professional stress. And as their business grows, so might the complexity of their finances. So providing a proven, comprehensive solution is well-received by this group of professionals.
Wealth Factory fills that gap and provides an integrated team approach that brings together asset protection attorneys, accountants, retirement planners, investment advisor, insurance experts, estate planners, and cash flow specialists. This is very similar to the kind of integrated services provided by a boutique family services firm for high net worth individuals, but without the high price tag (or the $50M net worth qualifier). Advice and implementation happens in a custom-tailored sequence, facilitated by a financial quarterback so you do not have to waste time.
In this episode, you will…
[Tweet ""Making more money is not the best solution if you don’t know how much you are keeping." - Garrett Gunderson"]
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Are you ready and able to expertly negotiate all the deals that happen in your life? From big business deals to where to eat for dinner to bedtime with the kids, life can be a constant series of negotiations. Learn how to best handle them in this episode.
Former FBI hostage negotiator Chris Voss shares the tips and secrets to negotiation in this episode of the podcast.
Chris is the Founder and CEO of the Black Swan Group Ltd and author of Never Split The Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It. He has used his many years of experience in international crisis and high-stakes negotiations to develop a unique program and team that applies these globally proven techniques to the business world.
During Chris’s 24 year tenure in the Bureau, he was trained in the art of negotiation by not only the FBI but Scotland Yard and Harvard Law School. He is also a recipient of the Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Law Enforcement and the FBI Agents Association Award for Distinguished and Exemplary Service.
In this episode, you will…
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