Andrew Thorp King – Failure Rules (330)

Andrew Thorp King isn’t like many entrepreneurs. He didn’t go to college. He wasn’t born into riches. He isn’t clean-cut or cleanly shaven and, unlike many entrepreneurs, Andy is willing to share the plethora of ways in which he’s screwed up and had to learn on the fly. He’s not the “crush-it guy,” saturating social media today. He’s the “get-crushed-and-get-back-up,” guy we all need to hear from.

Scott Rahn – Fixing Messed-Up Family Situations (328)

Scott Rahn is the founding partner of RMO LLP, a national probate litigation law firm focused on representing beneficiaries, heirs executors and trustees in contested trust, estate and probate litigation matters and families and fiduciaries in contested conservatorships and guardianships.

What’s Luck Look Like (327)

In this episode, I talk about Luck – and a unique framework around luck that I came across that really resonated with me.

Who Owns Your Story (325)

Who Owns Your Story (325)

In this episode, I ask the question, “Who Owns Your Story?”  The most valuable thing you can own in life is your story.

Bryan Sweet – Becoming a Dream Architect (322)

As a Forbes Best-in-State Wealth Advisor for multiple years running, Bryan Sweet has been on the mission to help people live their retirement dreams since the start of his career in financial services back in 1979.

The Weight of Worry (321)

In this episode, I talk about something pretty heavy — the Weight of Worry.  The longer you worry about something and don’t take action, the heavier it gets to you – and 90% of what we worry about never happens.