We get down to the Nitty Gritty with our guests as we explore their unique paths to success.
Andrew and Cam are back together. This week they look back on the first 100 episodes and discuss the next 100.?
Our guest this week is the incredible Lacy Gadegaard West, founder of Laced Hair. She shares her story of struggle and success as she progressed from doing hair at the Bellagio, dealing with major health challenges, being a single mom, and running her own premium hair extensions company. With guest host Susan Petersen.
This week we celebrate Episode 100 with some of our favorite guests, Shaun and Nicole Johnson, of The Johnson Files. Shaun and Nicole have seen astronomical success since we first sat down with them 86 weeks ago. They discuss their growth along with their struggles and delays due to the pandemic.
Joining us this week is Brittany Ratelle. She's an attorney who supports and protects her own kind: creative entrepreneurs. She's found a valuable niche for her clients whose legal needs can be as unique as they are. She's here to share valuable perspective on brand protection, intellectual property, and other tips.
Joining us today is Tristen Ikaika. Getting his start as a videographer, photographer, and Instagram influencer, Tristen finally broke into selling spoon rings after people kept asking about his hand-crafted jewelry. Once he started, he knew he was doing something special. Today he drops new collections every month, and wows the world with his marketing genius and his inspiring creativity.
Clint Pulver is an Emmy Award winner, author of new book I Love it Here, motivational key-note speaker, professional drummer, and the Undercover Millennial. His expertise currently focuses on employee retention as he bridges the gap between employees and management.
Today we sit down with Syd and Shea McGee, the power couple behind the breakout businesses Studio McGee and McGee & Co. Authors of New York Times Bestseller, Make Life Beautiful, and stars of Netflix hit series Dream Home Makeover, they take us through their struggles and ultimately their sheer determination to succeed. With guest host Anna Macfarlane.
Today we sit down with the fearless entrepreneur, Cahlan Sharp. Best known as the founder of Devmountain, Cahlan walks us through his story, starting in the wild world of tech startups in San Francisco, through his current project of redefining children's education with Prenda.
Joining us this week are Maggie and Ryan Sterling. Maggie, known as the Low Carb Life Coach, got her start after a major postpartum mental health struggle. Her life changed dramatically after discovering the power of keto. Maggie now drives a massive social media presence and a monthly coaching program to help women everywhere unlock sustainable weight loss.
On this week's episode, Andrew and Cam discuss their areas of expertise: money and meat. Andrew goes into the importance of understanding personal finance and introduces his soon-to-launch financial literacy course, and Cam divulges some keys to success around grilling delicious meats.
Joining us today is McKenna Brown, creator of My Wonder Woman Journal. Driven by her own harrowing experiences with postpartum depression and anxiety, McKenna has found incredible power in journaling. She now teaches women and girls about mental health and how to flip the script. Hers is a message of recognizing and celebrating the positive, regardless of imperfection.
Today we have Megan Faulkner Brown, owner and founder of The Sweet Tooth Fairy. Known on the national stage for winning Cupcake Wars, she takes us through her progression from baking with her mom, working for a congressman in Washington, D.C., and eventually owning an award winning bakery.
Don Watkins joins us to share his story of true entrepreneurship, which is opportunism. Don brings years of experience in building businesses around products such as the mouse pad, car air fresheners, and many others. Now he spends much of his time teaching university students and leading Operation Smile in Utah. In his own words, "If Don can do it, you can do it."
Known for @kidsaretheworst, @annaistheworst, her social media courses, and more, Anna Macfarlane joins us again. She's here to talk about the behavioral side of social media. Listen and laugh with us, as we learn how to really use it in a beneficial, uplifting way.
Today we get to know Jacob Chrisman, best known for playing both basketball and baseball for BYU. He takes us through his wild days as a High School baller, meeting his wife, playing pro basketball in Europe, all the way to finding a career as a power broker for an energy company.
Joining us today are Betsy and Gentry Mikesell, best known for their family's YouTube channels as well as for co-founding Beddy's (episode 35). Today they share their incredible experience of narrowly escaping tragedy following a serious plane crash in August 2020.
Dan Davis is the founder of Stiry, a video production company that seeks and creates "stories that stir". Dan shares his journey to creating his business, Stiry, and eventually to the point of meeting Kim White and documenting her powerful story.
As a Nurse Practitioner, Bobbi Heaney, APRN, volunteered to join the COVID Intensive Care Unit in her hospital, and now she deals with the worst of the worst COVID-19 cases in the State of Utah. She joins us to share her perspective from the front line battling the disease.
Joining us today is the extraordinary Natalie Monson. Dietitian and mom, she's managed to package her skills in an extremely helpful way through her two companies, Super Healthy Kids, and Prepear. Through these companies she gives countless families the knowledge and the tools to make healthy decisions.
Trisha Zemp joins us today to tell her incredible journey through adversity as she built TWO amazing companies. She's a highly sought after Stop Motion Animator, and is also cofounder of Golden Coil, customizing personal planners.
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