COVID devastated many small businesses and industries. This week on NobleWarrior I had serial entrepreneur, Ron Miller, a four-time INC 500/5000 Award recipient and as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year Finalist.
He and I talked about how to cultivate a winning mindset and disciplines ready oneself to solve problems and seize new opportunities in a post COVID world.
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During the 2008 recession, Dane had to move his family into his sister’s garage. At his lowest point, he thought about ending his life and giving his life insurance payout for his family. In our podcast, he shared how jujitsu woke up the champion in him and saved his mind, marriage, career, and ultimately his life.
Currently, Dane has a blackbelt in jujitsu and is a world champion at Pan Ams. He is also a ceramist, teacher, and le...
When is the best time to plant a tree? The best time is 20 years ago; the 2nd best time is today.
If you have a business, there is a huge opportunity to expand your brand from local to global with digital media.
Andrew Gottlieb has worked with big names such as Eckhart Tolle, Lisa Nichols, Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts and Ken Blanchard. He is the Founder of No Typical Moments. His company supports authors & thought leade...
Due to social distancing and quarantine, we anticipate a rise in depression, PTSD, and other mental health issues. Healthy social connections and healthy mental wellbeing are directly proportional to each other.
Will Cady sits at the intersection between community and mental health. He is the current Head Of Brand Strategy at Reddit, one of the largest internet communities. He is also the creator of HEAL, a Heart-centric creative t...
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In this episode, I talked with serial entrepreneur, Anthony Collova. He describes himself as a healer, a husband, a student, an artist, and a Burner.
We talked deeply about what mental models and actionable tactics business owners could use to restructure their business when the world is falling apart.
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Welcome back to the [From Adversity to opportunity] series. This is CK LIN. This is day five of our series. The intention of our series is to help you be stronger, healthier, happier during this uncertain time.
Yesterday we talked about having empathy for others. If you haven’t listened to yesterday’s recording, I highly recommend you go back to listen to having empathy for yourself first before listening to today’s episode.
Relieve Your Worries. Maintain Clarity and Purpose. Serve Your People.
Today’s guest is Philip Folsom, he an anthropologist, culture development expert, veteran, and CEO of Wolf Tribe.
We covered many topics in the next 90 minutes:
Jason Earle is a serial entrepreneur, environmental consultant and healthy home expert. In his current incarnation, he’s the founder/CEO of 1-800-GOT-MOLD? and MycoLab USA. A childhood burdened by allergies and asthma, caused by a moldy home environment, led him into the business in 2002, after escaping a nine-year career on Wall Street.
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Entrepreneurs are often deeply frustrated that they aren't where they want to be financially.
BUT here is the thing, looking to get fulfillment by achievement is like looking to fuel the body by eating dessert.