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Posted on April 18, 2019

#28: Timeless Qualities in the Modern Lifestyle with Phil Hoprasatsuk

In this episode, I chat with my good friend Phil Hoprasatsuk, founder of Modern Proper Lifestyle—a mentorship program for young men looking to grow in character, leadership, and purpose. Episode Mentions Phil’s email: ModernProperLifestyle@gmail.com Modern Proper Lifestyle Instagram

Posted on April 16, 2019

Parts 2,3,4: Creating a Consumer Product from Idea to Launch

Last episode (part 1 of this series), we talked about the 8 Do’s and Don’t of Coming up with a Consumer Product Idea. In this episode, we’re covering parts 2, 3, and 4 to bring this series home strong! We’re talking about how to validate your product idea before spending a bunch of time, energy, […]

the unleashed life 26
Posted on February 28, 2019

8 Do’s and Don’ts Of Coming Up With A Consumer Product Idea

This is the first of a 4-part series on launching a physical consumer product. We’re going to cover everything from coming up with an idea, testing and validating your idea, the manufacturing and sourcing process, and how to get cash in hand before even making your product. Today’s topic is on the do’s and don’ts […]

aaron watters podcast
Posted on December 13, 2018

Starting & Scaling a Digital Marketing Agency Using Self Awareness & Company Culture, with Aaron Watters

Have you ever wanted to start a digital marketing agency? It’s an alluring goal that a lot of people strive for, and today’s guest breaks down how he started and grew his agency organically, with next to no advertising, and leaning heavily on great results and company culture. This episode’s guest is my good friend, […]

Emma Vo podcast
Posted on October 26, 2018

Capturing Beauty & Building A Business You’re Passionate About, with Photographer Emma Vo

If you have a creative passion, if you’re a photographer or videographer, or if you’re interested in building a career out of your creative pursuit, you’re going to enjoy this interview, and learn a lot. Today’s guest is photographer/videographer Emma Vo, a.k.a. “3muh”. I met Emma through some mutual friends and mutual clients we worked […]

Brian DeCosta podcast
Posted on October 12, 2018

Small Things to Do For Big Results, With Brian DeCosta

Humans complicate things. We just do. Whether we’re trying to grow a business, improve our health, or be more productive at work, we default into trying to find complex details we think we must be missing, when in reality we usually are just neglecting the small things we know we need to get better at. […]

hayden fulstone
Posted on September 7, 2018

Starting and Growing a Consumer Beverage Company & Defeating Global Dehydration with Hayden Fulstone

Today’s guest is Hayden Fulstone, a co-founder of the massively popular brand, Liquid I.V. It’s a consumer beverage company with their hydration multiplier being sold now in over 20,000 stores. I’m excited about this episode because it’s really the first one that dives deep into a lot of the processes involved in launching a physical product […]

Posted on August 17, 2018

The 5-hour Work Day with Lifestyle Business Designer, Selina Pagan

Doesn’t it sound nice to work a maximum of 25 hours/week? Or, what about adding more time and fun to your schedule without sacrificing revenue? My friend Selina has it figured out :) What do you do when you want to start a service business, you know you have a marketable skill, but you have […]

Posted on August 8, 2018

How to Surround Yourself With the Right People

  I just finished moving from the west side of LA to Hollywood, which for context, is only about a 20 minute drive away, but the culture is pretty different. One of the biggest changes for me, is the people I used to see on a weekly basis, I’m not going to be seeing some […]

brian kight
Posted on July 16, 2018

The Simple Formula for Controlling Your Responses to Every Day Situations For Better Outcomes, With Brian Kight

Something I’ve had a growing awareness about lately is my, and everyone’s, inability to control things in business and life, and the inevitability that things will go wrong more often than I’d like them to. That’s not to say we can’t influence our lives, but control is limited. I kept seeing this formula floating around […]