Einstein taught us that everything is energy, or at least interchangeable to energy. So, because everything is made up of energy, every person, place, and thing vibrates at a different frequency. My guest today, Anthony Capobianco has learned that rather than focus on things he wants, he focuses on raising his vibration. He does not believe in luck, but he does believe that when you are in alignment you feel lucky, because things start to show up.  Anthony entered the corporate world in his early 20's working long hours as…

Some people feel like they’ve never fit in, and in the case of today’s guest, it turned out to be his gift. David Khan is a lifelong spiritual practitioner, musician, engineer and healer. His main passion is in research and developing therapies associated with sound, music, and frequencies that have powerful effects on allowing people to shift into deeper states of consciousness to activate their own innate self-healing capabilities.  "We have the power to do our healing, and it can be done when we learn how to access our innate…

Does your business determine your lifestyle, or is it the other way around? My guest on today’s episode, Michael Zipursky, has learned from his decades in business that if you put your business goals at the top of the pyramid, everything will be in service to that, which he asserts (and I wholeheartedly agree) is the wrong way to live. Michael is the CEO of Consulting Success. He has helped over 450 consultants from around the world in over 75 industries add 6 and 7 figures to their annual revenues. …

You're the average of the five people you spend the most time with, according to my guest on today’s show, John Lee Dumas. Inspired by the idea of spending time with high achievers who he admired, John, an army veteran who had struggled with depression and PTSD, decided to embark on an entrepreneurial path to change his life and the lives of all his listeners. On his podcast, Entrepreneurs on Fire, John has interviewed over 3,000 incredible entrepreneurs, including Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Barbara Corcoran, Tim Ferriss, and…

If your work isn’t for everyone, you’re probably doing something right, especially when that work uses channeling abilities in your business coaching. Which is, of course, why I think the work that Erik Luhrs is doing is so phenomenal. Erik is known as the Bruce Lee of revenue generation and is the creator of Revenue Kung-Fu. He works with entrepreneurs, experts, leaders, and founders who are driven by a purpose, mission, or vision that far exceeds their current level of "success" and helps them to move beyond whatever holds them…

The most important question you will ask yourself in life is, “What is my purpose?” Even asking it will start shifting your biology, your DNA. You’ll start looking at everything around you with a heightened awareness and eventually you'll start noticing the signs, coincidences—it’s an incredible thing. My guest on today’s show, Yeliz Ruzgar, is a motivational and spiritual trainer, holistic life consultant, inspiring speaker, energy therapist, and author of a new book called Mana. Yeliz speaks from her heart, and her energetic stage presence can be felt beyond just…

It doesn’t matter whether you feel confident; it matters what you actually do. Author Kara Goldin turned her unsweetened flavored water into Hint—one of the most successful beverage businesses of our time and has been named one of InStyle’s Badass 50 and EY Entrepreneur of the Year for Northern California. Her secret sauce is be Undaunted, which is the title of her bestselling book.  In today’s episode, I asked Kara about her book, which tackles dealing with your fears and moving forward despite uncertainty. We talk about Kara’s undaunted path…

My guest on the show today has an expression when it comes to having an impact on an audience: it's not about reaching eyeballs and ears, it's about hearts and minds. He definitely has a lot of experience in how you can be credible and relevant for the audience you want to reach. Jeffrey Hayzlett is a big personality who likes to live large, dating from his days as a celebrity judge on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice. His scientific hypothesis on fighting off viruses is that bacon and scotch pretty much…

There’s been a lot of focus in the media about how the pandemic has strained relationships with people suddenly on lockdown together at home, but my guest on today’s episode, Chester Elton, brings a different perspective about how this is also a chance for us to be grateful for each other and to work on our relationships. Chester has been called the “apostle of appreciation” by Canada’s Globe and Mail. He is co-author of multiple award-winning New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestselling books, All In, The Carrot Principle,…

We all feel like we don’t fit in, until we realize, we were not meant to. My guest on today’s show, Steve Sims, is a creative disruptor who fashioned a unique career for himself. His secret is that you have to ask for what you dream of, not simply what you think you can get. This is coming from a guy who was a bricklayer with no high school degree who decided to make something of his life. His first step on that journey was surrounding himself with interesting people.…

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