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Conversations with entrepreneurial-minded individuals who are designing the lives of their dreams, and doing their part to make the world a better place.

November 14, 2016

Stronger Together : Melissa & Cindy

Unsure of what I could do with my personal feelings about the results of the election, I decided that the best action I could take would be to talk with others who are scared and confused, and to give them an outlet for their feelings.

This is the first of several episodes of my podcast that focus on dealing with these fears and staying hopeful, with special emphasis on how far we’ve come and how much progress has already been made.

My hope is that these conversations will serve to remind us that we are not alone in this, that there are others who are feeling the same way you are, and that even though we have a lot of work ahead of us, we’ll get it done. Because we are Stronger Together.

Please listen and share with someone that could use some positivity in their life right now.

 

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October 24, 2016

Vince Masciale : Direct The Life You Want

In this episode, I chat with first time director, Vince Masciale about his new film, "Fear, Inc.".

Guest Bio: 

Masciale has worked with Will Ferrel's FUNNY OR DIE website to create some of most hilarious viral videos on the internet. On top of parodies from "Game of Thrones" and "The Newsroom", he and partner Luke Barnett created FOD's "Walking Dead" series, "The Walking Fred", which was recently nominated for two Streamy Awards. After the success of the "Fear, Inc." short film, Masciale and Barnett spent over a year developing the feature length version to mark Masciale's directorial debut.

For more information, please visit Vince’s website: lonesuspect.com

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

Ready Player One: A Novel

Ender's Game

A Short History of Nearly Everything

Movies:

Jurassic Park / Jurassic World

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

Bridge of Spies

Back to the Future

Indiana Jones

Pulp Fiction

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October 3, 2016

Alison Donaghey : Critical Thinking In the Age of Trump

In this episode, we’re talking critical thinking as it pertains to this election season with Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, and Strategist Alison Donaghey.
 
Guest Bio:
 
Alison Donaghey has always been a critical thinker. She used to think that made her more of an annoyance than an asset. In the process of starting her house-painting company, Sonshine Girls Painting, she realized that critical thinking is an asset and used it more and more. That put her  went from a single mom on welfare to making over six figures.
 
Alison’s commitment to critical thinking prompted her to start another business, Domino Thinking, which challenges people to think about what they think about. As an author, speaker, and strategist, she encourages people to question the status quo and apply their own critical thinking to improve not only their world but the world.
 
Alison has been fortunate enough to create a life that allows her to travel – alone or with her son – and learn from other cultures. She’s a big fan of trying everything once, be it skydiving, eating crickets, bungee jumping, white water rafting, or walking with lions. Not everything bears a second try, but it’s hard to have regrets if everything is tried at least once.
 
Alison currently lives on Vancouver Island, on the west coast of British Columbia, in a house she designed and living a life she is constantly redesigning. Life is good.
 
Visit Alison on the web: http://www.dominothinking.com
 
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September 7, 2016

Dave Sanderson : Moments Matter

In this episode, we chat with Miracle on the Hudson survivor, Dave Sanderson about 
defining moments that create a lifetime of purpose. After surviving one of the most high-profile aviation accidents in recent memory, Dave Sanderson  built a career as a motivational speaker, mentor and author.

Guest Bio: 

Dave Sanderson is an inspirational survivor, speaker, and author. His thoughts on leadership have made him an internationally sought-out speaker.

When US Airways Flight 1549, or “The Miracle on the Hudson,” ditched into the Hudson River on January 15, 2009, Dave Sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be.

The last passenger off the back of the plane on that fateful day, he was largely responsible for the well-being and safety of others, risking his own life in frigid water to help other passengers off the plane.

Despite the hazards to himself, Sanderson thought only of helping others and emerged from the wreckage with a mission: to encourage others to do the right thing.

That experience profoundly changed his life and today he travels the globe sharing his inspirational and motivational leadership messages to help people make a difference in how they do business and live their lives. 

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August 25, 2016

Amy Porterfield : Making A Living and A Life That You Love

In this episode, we're breaking down what it really takes to get started creating an online business with expert Amy Porterfield. If you are looking to start or grow an online business, this might be one of the most important podcasts you ever listen to. 


Guest Bio:

Entrepreneurs around the country depend on Amy Porterfield to show them step-by-step how to increase revenue, drive more online traffic, grow their email list, and strengthen their connection with their target market.

Drawing on her years as a content developer and marketer for some the country’s top corporations, along with her own experience in building a business from scratch, Amy provides priceless insights for a stress-free approach to starting and growing your own online business. With an email list of over 150,000 subscribers, a devoted following on social media, and a hit podcast, Amy shows that nice girls (and guys) don’t have to finish last when it comes to making a living - and a life - that you love.

For more information, please visit Amy’s website: amyporterfield.com

Check out Amy's Webinar Master Class : Webinars That Convert

Check out Amy's Podcast: Online Marketing with Amy Porterfield

In this episode, we discuss:

Tony Robbins

Marie Forleo

Copyblogger

Books:

Rework

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August 11, 2016

John Lee Dumas : Entrepreneur On Fire

In this episode, we talk with world-renowned podcaster, John Lee Dumas.


Guest Bio:

John Lee Dumas is the founder and host of EOFire, an award winning Podcast where he interviews today's most successful Entrepreneurs 7-days a week. JLD has interviewed over 1200 Entrepreneurs and EOFire generates over 1 million monthly listens. John's latest project is The Freedom Journal; a gorgeous leather bound journal that guides you in accomplishing your #1 goal in 100 days. Launched on Kickstarter, it raised 453k in 33 days and became the #6 most funded publishing project of all time.

For more information, please visit John on the web:

eofire.com

thefreedomjournal.com

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

The Chimp Paradox: The Mind Management Program to Help You Achieve Success, Confidence, and Happiness

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July 25, 2016

Susan Young : How To Allow

In this episode, we chat with Author Susan Young on the Law of Attraction, and how to allow more abundance in your life. 

Guest Bio: 

When I learned many years ago that we are creating our own realities with the thoughts we think, I was eager to share this information with others. And, I wanted to become an amazingly deliberate creator! Yet, trying merely to think more positively wasn't creating the results that I knew were possible and I felt stuck in my current circumstances. I had been successful at everything else I had tried, including graduating from Harvard Law School, practicing corporate law and taking great care of my family, and I knew I could find a way to take a more systematic approach to this Allowing business. I read about and tried every Law of Attraction process I could find and determined what really worked and what didn’t work for me. I realized that trying a variety of processes to raise my vibration whenever I remembered just wasn't effective enough. It was then that I realized that we all need ritual, a system of sorts, when it comes to creating deliberately, a system to keep us on track and to raise our vibration to a higher set point.

I found that the combination of making some basic commitments to myself and performing two simple daily rituals began to create dramatic results in my life. It is this simple system of two daily rituals, which forms the basis of the course and ebook “How to Allow,” that has created dramatic results for readers. I received more wonderful proof of the effectiveness of this simple system by having the ebook/course "How to Allow," recognized as Best of Books on Law of Attraction for 2012 and chosen as a Nominee for Best of Books on Law of Attraction for 2015. "How to Allow" has also been featured as a highly recommended book by Law of Attraction Magazine in 2015.

In addition to writing the "How to Allow" course and e-book, I publish articles on Allowing at www.howtoallow.net, provide individual coaching, and am a contributor to Madamesque Magazine as well as a number of other blogs. I have also appeared on Blog Talk Radio and Law of Attraction Radio on the subject of Allowing. I have been recommended as a top Law of Attraction Coach by Law of Attraction Magazine (2015). Coaching has become my true passion and I'm grateful to be able to share what I have learned with others.

For more information, please visit Susan's website: howtoallow.net

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

Your Erroneous Zones: Step-by-Step Advice for Escaping the Trap of Negative Thinking and Taking Control of Your Life

Think and Grow Rich: The Landmark Bestseller - Now Revised and Updated for the 21st Century

Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1

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July 18, 2016

Elaine Huang : Connecting the World Through Music

In this episode, I chat with Elaine Huang, the founder of Neon Owl, a media company that focuses on bringing positive, inspirational content back into music media, while connecting artists and fans to give back to charities around the world. She left her 6 figure income position as VP to create a life out of passion and purpose, and is now helping others do the same. Her cause is one I can truly get behind, and I really enjoyed our inspiring conversation. 

Guest Bio:

In short and without being able to avoid sounding cliche, I am complex and more than what meets the eye. I’m a coffee addict that has been a tad bit disappointed about the selection since moving to New York from San Francisco (Philz, Sightglass, and Blue Bottle FTW).

I went from making 6 figures at a growing company with the opportunity to make partner, to following my passions with $2,000 in the bank account and no back up plan. With a trunk full of shit, I embarked on a 6 week cross country road trip and move to New York City. My passions revolve around music, travel, adventure, growth, and people. If I only had 2 more years to live, that previous 6 figure income job was not my way of fulfilling my life’s purpose and making this world a better place. It was not my way of being the boldest version of myself and inspiring others to do the same.

I’ve been told countless amount of times of my bravery for making such a ballsy move, but have yet to tell my parents back home that I’m gone for good. The holidays are right around the corner, so our Asian gathering with duck, chicken, and seafood will sure be an unsettling one. I’ve spent too much of life caught in between what I wanted to do and what was expected of me, whether it was out of being a good daughter, guilt, or that continuous chase of status and success.

One day I woke up and realized my shift in mentality, which must have been boiling into fruition over time (with the help of Darren Hardy and Lewis Howes). To use my obligations towards my college student loans and my parents daughter as a continuous excuse of why I wasn’t following my truest dreams, or to live life to my fullest and worry about the consequences later? After 27 years, I finally chose the latter. It’s not as if I was paying off any of my school loans any faster with my 6 figure income. I was spending it on food, travel, coffee, my shopping addiction, and festivals. As for my parents, well… I guess they’d just have to eventually come around. A happy me eventually leads to a happy them. This is a very American way of thinking, as they have scolded me many times before. But mom and dad, I swear this will pay off.

Who am I? I am a red-headed ball of fire that left the good life to chase the great. I didn’t have to travel all the way across the country to make a life out of my passions, but I wanted that extra challenge. They say that if you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere, right? Well this firecracker intends to be making it, and leaving this world a better place than she found it.

For more information, please visit Elaine on the web:

neonowl.co

gypsysocial.co

elainehuang.co

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

The Compound Effect

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July 11, 2016

Derrick Kwa : Forging Your Own Path


In this episode, we talk about forging your own path in life, and doing more of what you love. Don’t miss an inspiring conversation with Entrepreneur, Derrick Kwa.


Guest Bio:

I left school at 16, with no network and no idea what I would do. I just knew I couldn’t keep going through the motions anymore. I had to forge my own path. So I left school, and started living the life I wanted to, on my terms.

It was extremely scary, but I did it anyway. And I’m pretty happy with the results.

Some of the things I’ve done that I’ve most proud of include:

 

-Completing a virtual internship with Seth Godin
-Being one of the first 100 graduates of Seth Godin’s altMBA program
-Traveling to 10 countries in two years
-Playing in professional poker tournaments against some of my favorite celebrity players
-Co-organizing the Social Media Breakfast | Singapore
-Participating in the StartupBus 2011
-Contributing to the Age of Conversation 2
-Starting Thousand True Fans, a marketing agency where we worked with brands like QuickBooks Asia and ONI Global

Now, I work with disenchanted, restless 9-to-5 white collar office workers, and help them get on the path towards pursuing their passions and building a life on their terms.

For more information, please visit Derrick on the web:

derrickkwa.com

The Passion Blueprint

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

Seth Godin: The Dip

Ted Talks:

Derek Sivers : How To Start A Movement

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July 4, 2016

Aisha Zaza : Living Your Dream Life

In this episode, I chat with Blogger, and Network Marketing Consultant, Aisha Zaza about how to design the life of your dreams. You don't want to miss this episode!

Guest Bio:

Marketing and Public Relations guru by trade, world traveler by choice, Aisha Zaza is the part of Gen Y that isn’t willing to settle for a life of mediocracy. After graduating from California State University, Sacramento with a degree in Communication Studies, Zaza worked for the Office of Governor Schwarzenegger’s before deciding she was going to take some time to see the world before settling into corporate America or what some consider the rat race. Four years and 15 countries later she made her way back to her field in marketing but not without creating it around the life she’s known she’s always wanted. In the last 18 months she has taken her life by the reins and started a network marketing business that allows her the time and financial freedom to have abundant choices. She’s inspired by serving others and leaving the world better than she found it. On the side, she enjoys keeping up with her travel and lifestyle blog, The Middle of Here. Aisha currently lives in South Lake Tahoe with her fiancé and dog Nala.

For more information, please visit Aisha's website: themiddleofhere.com

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

The Seven Decisions: Understanding the Keys to Personal Success

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