Yearly Archives: 2017

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Brian Wright: Radio Personality on Owning Your Voice and Setting a New Standard

Brian Wright...during high school one of his  teachers, who is also a speech coach, encouraged him to go out for speech events, but the idea of speaking in front of an audience terrified him. He got involved in a radio event all because he doesn't have to face an audience. He did really well in [...]

By | December 5th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

Jess Phoenix: What 6 Continents, Volcanoes, and Living on the Edge, Have Taught This Thrill Seeker

Jess Phoenix is fortunate enough to have parents, who were both FBI agents, that put on bulletproof vests as they went to work every day. They were great role models, and Jess could see a less conventional career path. Though many people thought Jess, too, would become an FBI agent, she took to geology as [...]

By | November 27th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

Chris Widener: Unlearn the Learned and Get on the Path to Greatness

Chris Widener: Unlearn the Learned and Get on the Path to Greatness Chris Widener’s life started out pretty good for the first 4 years, until his dad passed away at age 41. He was a partner in what has become one of the largest architecture firms in the world and was making ninety thousand bucks [...]

By | November 17th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

Cy Waits: Nightlife Mogul, Turned Chief Experience Officer and His Journey of Success

Cy Waits was named America's most eligible bachelor when he was 30 years old. Within the first couple of years of starting a business, they were doing about 40 million dollars with a 70 percent profit margin. They had colleges, and business leadership classes, interviewing them, media all over them. They were on lots of [...]

By | November 9th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

Liza Glucoft: Executive Producer Talks Awesomeness and Execution with Excellence

Liza Glucoft is a Millennial digital strategist, producer, and director who’s been crafting digital content for nearly 10 years. She worked at both ‘Who What Wear’ and POPSUGAR, where she served as the head of fashion and beauty, video. She also worked as Supervising Producer at Conde Nast Entertainment in New York where she developed [...]

By | November 2nd, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

Jen Betts: On Turning Tragedy Into Triumph

Tragedy struck Jen Betts, in the year 2000. As she was walking into a room, a playful environment, where somebody was swinging something around and she walked right into it, causing ocular damage to her left eye, and leaving her blind in one eye. Now, after the tragedy, she's left with only a couple of [...]

By | October 26th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

Maria Hunt: Unicornmoms Founder on Effective Parenting and Building a Community

Maria Hunt, in her early twenties always had that entrepreneurial spirit and wanted to do something to help people. That's just been her nature as she’s loved working for people. She had been a horrible student in her student days barely graduating, but once she started working with these huge technology companies that's where it [...]

By | October 18th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

Chef Charles Carroll: A Gold Medal Olympian Chef, Sharing His Recipe for Greatness

This chef is different. He is not like the other chefs who can't get onto the stage and certainly, is not nervous to be in front of guests, in the dining room. Some may cook a heck of a lot better than him, but he is the type, who's always on stage, and in board [...]

By | October 12th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

John David Mann: The Recipe and Ingredients of Greatness

The Go-Giver book, 10 years after its publication, has just won the 2017 Living Now Evergreen Medal. It's a medal given out to books that have stood the test of time for their contribution to positive global change. Its author John David Mann, New York Times bestselling author has now teamed with a very famous [...]

By | October 5th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments

Brandon Webb: (Part 1) The Story of Former US Navy SEAL Sniper, New York Times Bestselling Author, Experimental Aircraft Pilot, and Entrepreneur

Brandon Webb was a 12-year kid when he started learning how to Scuba dive. Brandon had an alternative childhood as he grew up living on a boat at a harbor during that time while his parents wanted to sail around the world with the family, living that cruising lifestyle. And from that, his father bought [...]

By | September 28th, 2017|Podcast|0 Comments