This episode could save your life or the life of a loved one and I'm not being hyperbolic about this. For instance, after conducting this interview, I ordered and now have on hand food grade hydrogen peroxide and a nebulizer along with the tube and mask. It's ready to go in case I or anyone I care about starts showing respiratory symptoms of COVID-19. My guest today is Dr. Joseph Mercola. Dr. Mercola does not shy away from controversy. He's angered many powerful corporations over the years. But his army…

Customer service miracles, adaptability skills, The One-Minute Negotiator—these are some of the most-requested presentation topics for talks given by my renowned guest in today’s podcast, Don Hutson. Don is the past President of the National Speakers Association, he is a coach and an author of 16 books, including The One Minute Entrepreneur, which sold over one million copies. His formula in coaching clients is (Vision + Skills + Discipline) x Passion = Outcome. With passion being the force multiplier.  "The market is changing. We need to pivot and innovate, get…

My discussion with Guru Singh today reminded me that we're all living in this sort of inverted pyramid, where we deal with the concrete realities around us at the tip of the pyramid, but above us, there's the rest of the reality of our universe, the 99% that we're not experiencing because it's in higher dimensions, higher realms of existence. But knowing it's out there helps you to live more intentionally and not just get stuck in the day to day, when you realize there's a much, much bigger picture.…

In the 24/7 news cycle era that we’re living in it’s so easy to doomscroll social media late at night, which is a little like wanting to eat that whole, big juicy pizza pie, even though in the back of your mind you know if you do you’re probably going to be sick.  My guest today, Dr. Greg Wells is a fascinating guy who has written four best-selling books – Superbodies, The Ripple Effect, The Focus Effect, and Rest, Refocus, Recharge. He’s had a lot of amazing life experiences that…

When your market is small businesses, there will always be customers for you if you’re solving a problem. It’s not a winner take all scenario. These are wise words from today’s guest, Laura Roeder. Laura taught herself how to build websites in junior high, then in her early 20’s, she noticed that entrepreneurs wasted a lot of time doing tasks that can be handled by good software. She went on to start up MeetEdgar, an awesome tool for social media scheduling and content management that I am a big fan…

Michelangelo was once asked, “How did you ever carve the statue of David?” He replied, “I chipped away everything that didn’t look like David.” My guest on today’s show, B. Jeffrey Madoff has a lot of inspirational advice to offer about how you can approach your life and your work—whatever that may be—with creativity. Jeff is the founder of Madoff Productions which produces branded content for major brands such as Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, and Harvard, to name a few. And Jeff is the author of a wonderful new book…

When Leonard Nimoy edges William Shatner out as the new guy to be the voice of the company… It was one of my favorite spots for the incredibly successful travel site, Priceline, which my guest Jeff Hoffman helped build from the ground up. When the unknown startup managed to land Shatner, it started out as a coup for them, but after the wild success of Priceline, it turned out to be a huge coup for Shatner and it set the stage for startups to offer shares to land celebrity spokespeople.…

Remember when the Diamond Princess cruise ship was docked with a literal boatload of people getting infected with coronavirus? That gave MIT scientist Lee Weinstein clues as to how this virus, obviously airborne, was getting to people who were closed off in their cabins. Lee is my guest today, a brilliant guy I first encountered when I researched the connection between sleep and TMJ disorders and discovered the biofeedback headband he invented which trains people out of clenching and grinding their teeth in their sleep. Lee has been awarded over…

In business and life, too often relationships are transactional, but mentorship is a two-way street — a relationship between humans — and not a transaction, and that’s what makes is such a unique offering.  My guests today, Kevin Harrington and Mark Timm have unlocked that power in their new book, Mentor to Millions, Secrets of Success in Business, Relationships, and Beyond.Kevin and Mark have written this book and created a whole program around it as a way to pay back the mentorship that propelled them forward in their lives, to…

Funnel vision, which is the polar opposite of what most people possess—tunnel vision—is the thing that distinguishes incremental growth from exponential, geometric growth. At its core, it is really about expanding your peripheral vision. It’s a way of grabbing ideas that are out there in the universe. Of course, not every idea you have will come to fruition or even should, but the openness of imagining things and exploring various outcomes is so valuable, not just in business but in life.  "You want to be the one investing in your…

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