Bedros Keuilian is the CEO of Fit Body Boot Camp.

In this episode Bedros shares with us how fled to America with only $200 to then building one of the nation’s fastest growing franchise

  • The impactful moments that shaped him to become who he is today
  • Lessons his mentors taught him over the years
  • Advantages of having a chip on your shoulder
  • Why should you put yourself in a position to deal with adversity?
  • How to use anger and rage to your advantage?
  • The importance of environmental exposure and proximities
  • The difference between the Fighter jet and crop duster?
  • And much more…

Sal Frisella is the president at 1st Phorm International.

In this episode Sal shares with us how he went from selling copy machines to being president of 1st Phorm

  • Why as entrepreneurs should we love the journey to success?
  • His unique approach when it comes to sales
  • How important is it to replace the word sell with help?
  • The habits and routines he has developed over the years to allow him to maximise his work and personal life
  • The balance of micro-managing and delegation
  • When are you able to work on the business instead of in the business?
  • And much more…

Alex is the co-founder of Intelligent change that created the Five Minute Journal and Productivity Planner.

In this episode Alex shares with us how he began his journey as an entrepreneur

  • How important is it to truly embrace pain?
  • As entrepreneurs how important is it to be doer’s balanced with taking risks?
  • What skillsets did have to develop from creating multiple successful companies?
  • His insights on how you should manage with imposter syndrome?
  • What QVCA is and how it works?
  • And much more…

Evan operates the largest entrepreneurship Youtube channel with a growing 2 million subscribers.

In this episode Evan shares with us how he built and sold his biotech company

  • The process he went through to make important decisions
  • His thoughts on taking action vs consumption?
  • Why he started a youtube channel?
  • His advice for content creators
  • Mistakes he sees young entrepreneurs make
  • And much more…

Craig Ballantyne is the author of The Perfect Day Formula

In this episode Craig shares with us his insights in creating the perfect day

  • What deep work blocks are and how you should use them?
  • Why is it important to control the first and last hour of your day?
  • How to do a brain dump so you can maximise your productivity?
  • How does the perfect day formula tie into the perfect week?
  • A revolutionary content creation model called the 5 x 5 grid that you can instantly take and use to create 25 pieces of unique content
  • And much more…

Josh York is the founder and CEO of GYMGUYZ

In this episode, Josh shares with us how he identified the gap in the market to start GYMGUYZ

  • Why success in business 80% mindset?
  • How if you want to be extraordinary, you cannot live ordinary
  • The steps he took to grow GYMGUYZ
  • How he sets goals and achieve them
  • The skillset he believes all young people should develop
  • Why is it important to stay uncomfortable?
  • And much more…

Brandon M Dawson: How To Solve Problems And Get Paid

In this episode, Brandon shares with us:

  • How and why money only flows to problem solvers.
  • Action with intent VS drifting?
  • The freedom as an entrepreneur VS security as an employee?
  • The lessons he learnt the hard way that shaped the way he does business now.
  • The system he uses to set goals and achieve them.
  • And much more…

Brandon Steiner: From Paper Route To Partnering With The New York Yankees

In this episode, Brandon shares with us:

  • His story of growing up and how he initially started a paper route at the age of 12.
  • Why is it that sometimes success gets in the way of more success?
  • How disappointment and ego is the enemy?
  • His thoughts on value propositions.
  • How important is understanding, agreement, and commitment when hiring?
  • And much more…

Sharran Srivatsaa is the CEO of Kingston Lane and former president of Teles Properties

In this episode, Sharran shares with us:

  • How he grew up in India and moved to the States for a chance to pursue tennis and education.
  • The crucial lessons he has learnt throughout his journey
  • How he made $57,000 dollars within the first 3 weeks of moving to the States and starting college
  • Why you should have systems built in place for everything you do more than twice.
  • His methodology of having a singularity of focus, cadence of accountability, and good process drives good results.
  • His experiences with having mentors, and why you should have one too.
  • And much more…

Dr. Ivan Misner is the CEO of BNI

In this episode, Ivan shares with us:

    • Why he believes that ones career path should be passion driven
    • His ideology of working in the flame vs working in the wax as an entrepreneur. 
    • His thoughts regarding harmony and balance as an entrepreneur
    • Why is networking more like farming rather than hunting?
    • What visibility, credibility, and profitability is when in networking?
    • His 24-7-30 Follow up process
    • Why it is crucial to filter the people we let into our lives?
    • Why is success the uncommon application of common knowledge? 
    • And much more…

Brad Lea is the CEO of LightSpeed VT

In this episode, Brad shares with us:

  • How he got into the world of sales from a young age
  • The 4 elements you need in order to have effective training
  • Why you should actively seek out problems instead of only solutions?
  • The biggest mistakes that most sales people make
  • The difference between active listening verses passive listening 
  • And much more…

David Meltzer is the CEO of Sports 1 Marketing

In this episode, David shares with us:

  • His upbringing and the relationships that shaped him into who he is today
  • Why it’s crucial to practice gratitude, empathy, accountability, and effect communication
  • His thoughts on what failure actually is and how you should deal with it
  • What happens every time when you zero yourself out?
  • And much more…

Neil Patel is the co-founder of KISSmetrics, Hello Bar and Crazy Egg.

In this episode, Neil shares with us:

  • Neil shares with us how he began his journey into entrepreneurship at the early age of 16.
  • Why brand building is only becoming more and more important in 2019 and onwards?
  • How to differentiate yourself in a saturated market place?
  • The trends and patterns he see’s on how digital marketing is going?
  • How to deal with the ever rising online advertising costs?
  • What you should focus on when creating an Ecommerce businesses?
  • What you should do if you are looking to start your own agency?
    And much more…

Nic Peterson is the co-founder of Mastery Mode.

In this episode, Nic shares with us:

  • How he went from being homeless to now be operating multiple successful companies
  • Why he overdelivers on customer service
  • What the velocity method is, how does it work, who is it for?
  • What MED and MRV is an why you should be applying this to your life and business
  • How do you balance between maxing out and burning out?
  • The mindfulness technique that he uses to constantly improve himself
    And much more…

Dave Swanson is a speaker, author, veteran and the host of GOAT wrestling perseverance podcast.

In this exclusive episode, Dave shares with us:

  • How he went to West Point after failing out of junior college to then accomplishing countless extraordinary achievements.
  • The lessons he has learnt about leadership, teamwork and perseverance throughout his journey
  • How you can build a winning team where you have good trust and bond
  • Why is leading by example important?
  • Why Perseverance Beats Talent Every Single Time
  • How you should go by becoming your Greatest of All Time
  • The next big challenge he is about to attempt and much more

Steve Sims is the the author of Bluefishing and the CEO of Bluefish. 

In this exclusive episode, Steve shares with us:

  • How he went from working as a construction worker in east London to then owning the number 1 luxury concierge service in the world
  • How he uses “Passwords” to filter people 
  • How to use his “leapfrogging of credibility” technique so you can network with the people you want
  • Why it’s important to communicate a win-win situation from the start
  • Why asking “WHY” at least 3 times is the most important question that you should ask all your prospects and clients 
  • How to build credibility by “deflecting”
  • How you should manage a clients expectations

Phil M. Jones is the author of 5 best selling books including “Exactly what to say” and is an international sales trainer.

In this exclusive episode, Phil shares with us:

  • Why you should be laser focused on who you do business with
  • How important is sales techniques and preparation 
  • Why the “question to the question” is more important than the “answer to the question”
  • Practical skills VS mindset
  • Nuances between closing a $1,000 sale as oppose to a $100,000,000 sale
  • Why everyone should be comfortable with uncertainty
  • How imposter syndrome affects a sale
  • How to reverse engineer questions in order to reduce objections

John Spence is an international keynote speaker and author of five books. He is recognised as one of the Top 100 Business Thought Leaders in America.

In this episode, John shares with us:

  • His 6 step formula to attracting elite talent so you can do the same
  • The business excellence formula that took him over 20 years to develop
  • How should we lead with purpose in business?
  • How leadership has changed over the years?
  • Lessons he has learnt acting as CEO of a Rockefeller Foundation at the age of 26
  • Sales and negotiation strategies he has mastered from closing a $3 Billion deal
  • What he would do if he were to start from zero and had to build it all back up again?

David Lee is the Chairman & CEO of Hing Wa Lee Group as well as a prominent Ferrari collector.

In this exclusive episode, David shares with us:

  • His 5 pillars of success formula so you can then learn and use.
  • The secret to identifying the right market to enter into and then potentially start your own business.
  • How to know if entrepreneurship is for you?
  • What it takes to build an online following and how you should maximize and leverage the opportunity.
  • The way he manages his finance and investments – and when should you start.
  • Networking and surrounding yourself with other CEO’s.
  • How to stay motivated and when to give up?
  • What he would do if he were to start from zero and had to build it all back up again?