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39 – Expert Business Architect & Mastermind Mentor Mike Zeller

39 – Expert Business Architect & Mastermind Mentor Mike Zeller

June 17, 2019

Mike Zeller is a high-level business architect who strategizes with brands to maximize their sales. He is also a very successful serial entrepreneur, with multi-millionaire dollar businesses in real estate, men’s fashion, automotive, and online marketing.

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38 – Advising the World’s Wealthiest Families: Lessons Learned with Richard Wilson

38 – Advising the World’s Wealthiest Families: Lessons Learned with Richard Wilson

June 9, 2019

Richard C. Wilson, founder of Centimillionaire Advisors, helps $100M+ net worth families create and manage their single family offices. He is also CEO of a $500M+ single family office and Head of Direct Investments for another with $200M+ in assets. Richard has talked at 225 conferences in 17 countries, and has #1 bestselling books on the topics of family offices and capital raising industries.

Show Notes:         

  • Visit us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; bobby@gomahi.com
  • 34:24 – Quick Fire Questions
  • WEEKLY HACK: Figure out your monthly, quarterly, and annual goal. Print off a visual for each one on a single piece of paper. Place printouts all around... on your desk, in your shower, in your car, etc.
37 – Does Business Destroy Friendships? Brady Riesgraf Returns

37 – Does Business Destroy Friendships? Brady Riesgraf Returns

June 3, 2019

Brady Riesgraf, a close friend of Bobby’s since high school, returns to the show. Brady, currently a consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, started a landscaping business with Bobby at the age of fifteen. Listen as Brady and Bobby talk about how their business ventures once destroyed their friendship.

Show Notes:         

  • Visit us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; bobby@gomahi.com
  • 57:27 – Quick Fire Questions
  • WEEKLY HACK I: Go through your week and figure out to the minute how you spend your time. Find out where your time goes and how you can better use it. You can use a tool like ATracker.
  • WEEKLY HACK II: Become more comfortable with doing the uncomfortable. Go lay in middle of the floor at the mall or ask for half off your next purchase.
36 – CEO of Peace Coffee, Lee Wallace

36 – CEO of Peace Coffee, Lee Wallace

May 26, 2019

CEO Lee handles the day-to-day operations of Peace Coffee, a growing coffee business, with her cattle dog, Ruby, by her side. She was recently named Twin Cities Business Magazine’s Top 100 People to Know.

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35 – Successful 23-Year-Old Entrepreneur Alicia Waldner

35 – Successful 23-Year-Old Entrepreneur Alicia Waldner

May 19, 2019

Currently, Alicia Waldner is just 23 years old focusing fulltime on building ADventure Marketing, a growing digital marketing company she founded at age 21. Alicia is highly motivated and has lots of business knowledge to share with other business professionals.

Show Notes:         

  • Visit us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; bobby@gomahi.com
  • 50:30 – Quick Fire Questions
  • WEEKLY HACK: Have one focus. Write down your major dreams and aspirations then prioritize them. For the most important one, focus on it. Give it your all.
34 – Growing a Family Restaurant Business with Julian Ocampo

34 – Growing a Family Restaurant Business with Julian Ocampo

May 13, 2019

Julian Ocampo is co-owner and VP of nine restaurants located across the Twin Cities. At age 25, Julian has done a lot. He has received his MBA, expanded his family’s business, and is already married with one child.

Show Notes:

  • Visit us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; bobby@gomahi.com
  • 46:26 – Quick Fire Questions
  • WEEKLY HACK: Before you move on with your week, set a seemingly unreachable goal and go try to accomplish that goal. Never do just the minimum.
33 – Commencement Speeches

33 – Commencement Speeches

May 5, 2019

Show Notes:

This week, with graduation season approaching, we will be reviewing three powerful commencement speeches. We will hear the speeches given by Steve Jobs, Conan O’Brien, and Denzel Washington.

32 – Coworking Stories with Founder Peggy Stefan

32 – Coworking Stories with Founder Peggy Stefan

April 28, 2019

Peggy Stefan, with her sister, founded the Commons coworking space. In the past, she has worked as a senior leadership consultant and business coach. Join us today as Peggy discusses the challenges and rewards of starting a business with a family member, as well as the benefits of coworking in general.

Show Notes:

  • Visit us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; bobby@gomahi.com
  • To learn more about Peggy’s coworking business click here.
  • 47:30 – Quick Fire Questions
  • WEEKLY HACK: At the end of everyday this week sit down and plan out the next day. Plan what you need to get done tomorrow and block off times to get those very things done.

 

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.

Show Notes:

  • Visit us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; bobby@gomahi.com
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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