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132: Conquering Limiting Beliefs: The Journey To IRONMAN with Karen Brown

132: Conquering Limiting Beliefs: The Journey To IRONMAN with Karen Brown

Having been a child of the late ‘60s and growing up with two alcoholic parents, IRONMAN athlete Karen Brown was driven from a very early age. She had a real drive and will to succeed, the ability to never give up. For 28 years, it was her secret dream of competing in the IRONMAN World Championship. However, deep down, Karen had the underlying thought in the deep recesses of her unconscious mind that she was never enough. It was only after she discovered a mind hack, a powerful lever to access the unconscious mind, that she was able to conquer her own limiting beliefs and self-defeating action and finally went all in and pursued the IRONMAN, achieving her lifelong dream in just two years. She shares with us what she did, what those discoveries are, and how we, too, can apply them in our own life to achieve anything we want.

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131: Growing And Monetizing Rapid Growth Companies with William De Temple

131: Growing And Monetizing Rapid Growth Companies with William De Temple

Starting life on a ranch, dealing with the care and maintenance of both 350 heads of cattle and many complex farm machines, serial entrepreneur William De Temple learned a way to get stuff done. To this day, he’s showing us that he hasn’t slowed down. If anybody out there knows anything about ranching and farming, William says they know that the cash is extremely scarce. He recounts how he decided to get entrepreneurial at the ripe old age of eleven, trusted his gut and invested in himself to have grown and monetized four rapid growth companies and turned around numerous financially distressed institutions. William takes us down the road of his illustrious journey.

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130: Rick Chapman: Why Social Media For Business is Broken and How to Fix It.

130: Rick Chapman: Why Social Media For Business is Broken and How to Fix It.

The greatest ideas can oftentimes come from a complaint or a problem to solve. For Rick Chapman, the idea for DiiDit came out of the frustration when he could not get a response to his survey requests. It was the genesis of a discussion about building a software platform that would allow people to log in and find things that other people want done and compensate them for doing it. Rick is the managing editor of Softletter also the author of several books covering high tech for the last twenty years, including In Search of Stupidity: Over 20 Years of High-Tech Marketing Disasters and Selling Steve Jobs’ Liver: A Story of Startups, Innovation, and Connectivity in the Clouds. He talks about his interesting high tech background, how he got started in the whole business, and his up and coming SaaS startup of which he happens to be the COO.

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129: Building Your Email List with Navid Moazzez

129: Building Your Email List with Navid Moazzez

Navid Moazzez started out as a low-level bank employee. After stumbling across personal development and entrepreneurship, he realized there had to be a better way. He took the winding road until he hit upon his big idea. He is the CEO of Virtual Summit Mastery now with thousands of students who generate hundreds of thousands of email subscribers every month. Navid teaches how you could grow your business by building your email list.

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128: Residual Income And Flood Insurance with Emerson Willis

128: Residual Income And Flood Insurance with Emerson Willis

Being in real estate really pushes you between that thin line of selling a property and then becoming unemployed. Once you’re done selling, the cycle ultimately begins again. Emerson Willis, CEO of Yep Insurance, learned at a young age from his father the importance of having residual income as early as possible. He shares his journey from watching his father to building his own insurance agency that has been growing rapidly today. Particularly, he talks about the state of flood insurance in the country and what unique thing he can offer. Emerson also gives great pieces of advice about starting up a business – from building up a website and sending traffic to building partnerships.

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