The Power of Identity with Rock Thomas

How do we step into our fullness? By finding our true identity. Rock Thomas believes that you can rewire and reprogram your thinking about yourself and begin to create the version of yourself you want to truly be. In today's episode he shares how you can reframe bad things into new possibilities. Your bad situations can become the resources to create a better future. It's time to live big and unlock the power of true identity.

How to succeed in business with Jim Beach

Have you ever wondered how to succeed in business? Jim Beach has both lived and taught the lifestyle of entrepreneurship. He thinks that creativity, risk, and passion are killing the potential new entrepreneurs. He shares how you can move past creativity, risk, and passion an open new doors to find success in what you do. We also discuss how being a contrarian can help you see the hidden potential to get the competitive edge over your competition.

The Power of Wonder with Michael Woodward

Somewhere along the way we lost our sense of wonder. But what if wonder is what can unlock your ideas and dream? In today's episode we share how you can rediscover wonder as part of your every day life. Wonder can be defined as a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable. It can also be defined as the ability to be curious to know something. Each of these perspectives on Wonder impacts our lives differently. By once again finding our sense of Wonder we unleash a superpower that will help you see unknown possibilities and create new solutions.

Decentralizing Journalism with Matthew Iles

What does it take to build ethical journalism using blockchain? Matthew Iles and the team at Civil set out to solve this complex problem to bring back ownership to the journalists creating the news. With the clutter of 'fake news' and 'news with bias' they also decided it was time to bring trust and transparency back to the newsroom. Their launch was filled with great victories and setbacks, but they have pushed forward to change the game in modern day news.

The Power of Boredom with Michael Woodward

Boredom is often considered bad. But what if I told you that boredom can unlock creativity and help make your dreams and ideas become reality? In today's episode we share how you can use boredom as a tool in your journey of finding significance and purpose. In society today it is easy to get stuck in the routine of everyday.

Urban Farming in New York City with Ben Flanner

What does it take to farm in the middle of New York City? Ben Flanner co-founded Brooklyn Grange with the idea that farming could still happen in major urban centers. So they set out to solve this problem and bring agriculture into the city. They found a few warehouses in Brooklyn and Queens and started farms on their rooftops.

Crowdfunded Startup Capital with Kendrick Nguyen

You've heard of crowdfunding to get a product or service off the ground. But what if you actually want to crowdfund VC or Angel Funding? Can you truly bring startup funding to the masses? Kendrick Nguyen is doing just that through his company Republic. Getting into the world of VC or Angel Funding as an investor can be hard to do. It's often limited to accredited investors who are millionaires and billionaires. That's changing through Republic.

How to create an Innovation Strategy with Michael Woodward

Do you have a strategy to turn your ideas and dreams into reality? Many people starting out (and even big businesses) forget that innovation is critical to the success of your business. A good Innovation Strategy will help you move from uncertainty into a clear vision for the future.

From Lawyer to Entrepreneur with Christine Ziebell

Christine Ziebell took the risk of leaving a known career as an attorney to start something of her own. In her journey of entrepreneurship she went from being a lawyer at a law firm to starting her own law firm. This gave her a glimpse into the world of entrepreneurship. From there she decided to take the leap to become a tech founder and start Intraboom.

Being a Born Entrepreneur with Steve Olsher

Many entrepreneurs tell you the success and highlight stories about their journey but won't really open up about their journey to their success. Entrepreneurship is often a hard and lonely journey. Steve Olsher has built many successful businesses, podcasts, and authored a best selling book but his transparency in how to build success is what many love about him. In today's episode we explore the many peaks and valleys of entrepreneurship. In the episode we also talk about: New Media (what it is and how you can leverage it), Podcasting, being a 'born entrepreneur', online marketing and your reputation, and much more.