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31 – From Wall Street to Opening a Cider Brewery in MN

31 – From Wall Street to Opening a Cider Brewery in MN

April 21, 2019

Jim Watkins and his business partner, Wade, were once living the stereotypical lives on Wall Street. After a handful of years, they decided to pack things up and move to Minnesota to start a cider brewery called Sociable Cider Werks. Their team has quickly grown to 29 fulltime employees.

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30 – A Non-Cyclist’s Journey from Alaska to Mexico

30 – A Non-Cyclist’s Journey from Alaska to Mexico

April 15, 2019

One-day Jerry woke up and said, “I want to test myself. I should bike from Alaska to Mexico.” Coming off a lifetime of corporate positions, he wasn’t prepared for such a trip—his most trusted companion on the trip was a new bike he didn’t know how to fix. But inexperience and lack of a concrete plan didn’t stop him. Unsurprisingly, the journey taught him a lot about life the value of taking action.

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  • 40:40 – Quick Fire Questions
  • WEEKLY HACK: Ask yourself right now, “What have I wanted to do that I haven’t yet done?” Go do that very thing this week. Stop kicking around
29 – Founder of FreeeUp, Nathan Hirsch

29 – Founder of FreeeUp, Nathan Hirsch

April 7, 2019

Nathan Hirsch has always been entrepreneurial. In college, he started a multimillion dollar Amazon business in his dorm room. Shortly after that, he founded FreeeUp, a leading freelance marketplace connecting businesses with the top 1% of freelancers.

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  • 39:07 – Quick Fire Questions
  • PERSONAL HACK: This week exercise more and eat better.
  • PROFESSIONAL HACK: Make an account on a scheduling app such as Calendly this week to allow others to more easily schedule a time to meet with you.
28 – Chairman and Co-CEO of Nelson Worldwide Talks About Extreme Growth and Leadership

28 – Chairman and Co-CEO of Nelson Worldwide Talks About Extreme Growth and Leadership

March 31, 2019

Ozzie Nelson is the Chairman and Co-CEO of Nelson Worldwide, an architecture, design and strategy firm with over 1,100 teammates and 25 offices. Through approximately 40 acquisitions since becoming CEO of the firm, Ozzie has grown Nelson Worldwide from a boutique architecture and design firm to the third-largest in the corporate America.

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  • 42:52 – Quick Fire Questions
  • THIS WEEK set aside some time to answer three questions. Question 1: What gives you energy? Question 2: What do you think your real, unique skillsets and passions are? Question 3: Are you currently on the path to take advantage of your answers to Questions 2 and 3? If not, it’s time for a change.
27 – Plastic Surgeon, Businessman, Writer, & International Speaker, Dr. Joe

27 – Plastic Surgeon, Businessman, Writer, & International Speaker, Dr. Joe

March 24, 2019

Dr. Joe Gryskiewicz, a well known plastic surgeon, has developed the absorbable medical staple, is a writer, and speaks internationally. He joins us to talk about his many endeavors, including his life-changing experiences in South America helping orphans with cleft lips.

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26 – Gary Stern on Networking and the “Golden Handcuffs”

26 – Gary Stern on Networking and the “Golden Handcuffs”

March 17, 2019

Gary Stern, an avid cyclist, was once in his own “miserable jail”, working long hours with little time to spend doing the things he loved the most. After the Great Recession, he chose to ditch his corporate life and live a new and improved lifestyle. Today, Gary is proud to call himself a professional network marketer.

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25 – Executive Thought Leader & Author, Paul Batz

25 – Executive Thought Leader & Author, Paul Batz

March 10, 2019

Paul Batz is CEO and Founder of Good Leadership Enterprises, a leadership coaching and publishing firm. He is an inspirational leadership coach, best selling author and professional speaker. His Good Leadership blog is recognized as one of the top leadership posts in America today.

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  • 33:33 – Quick Fire Questions
  • Find out more about Paul’s business and book here.
  • THIS WEEK: This Week: Fill out The Seven Fs Wheel and do a better job embracing Faith, Family, Finances, Fitness, Friends, Fun, and Future. Also this week, find someone to mentor.
24 – Lawyer for Kris Humphries & Diddy, Lee Hutton and Partner Justin Evans

24 – Lawyer for Kris Humphries & Diddy, Lee Hutton and Partner Justin Evans

March 4, 2019

These two lawyers, partners at Hutton Kluz Evans, have experience representing some big names in entertainment as well as Fortune 500 companies and their executives. More specifically, Lee Hutton has represented celebrities such as Kris Humphries and Sean Combs in high-profile cases. Listen as they open up about litigation and what it takes to be a successful lawyer and businessperson.

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  • 55:20 – Quick Fire Questions
  • THIS WEEK: Bring critical thinking into your daily life to make things more efficient. Starting this week, try make this a habit in your everyday life.
23 – From Falling in Love with a Notorious Mobster to Losing $100M, with Suzanne Corso

23 – From Falling in Love with a Notorious Mobster to Losing $100M, with Suzanne Corso

February 24, 2019

Resilient Suzanne Corso grew up poor in Brooklyn with her Jewish grandmother and Catholic mother. As a teenager, she dated a notorious mobster who would later be sentenced to life in prison. Later in life, she would marry an ultra-successful market maker on the NYSE. In 2008, they would lose everything, their mansions, helicopter, yachts, and jewels. She is now a successful author and currently bringing her first book to the big screen.

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  • 30:30 – Quick Fire Questions
  • Suzanne’s books can be found here.
  • THIS WEEK: Go on social media and figure out those people who are bringing you down. Get these people out of your life to make room for those who will bring you positive energy. 
22 – Business Lessons from a Corporate VP, Legal

22 – Business Lessons from a Corporate VP, Legal

February 17, 2019

Steven Reeves, an experienced corporate attorney and general counsel, joins us to provide a unique perspective on business.

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