Johnny Noble is a former attorney turned entrepreneur. In this episode, we discuss why Johnny’s background, the power of the inner dialogue, and how he created his company.
Gay Hendricks is a psychologist and bestselling author. He holds a Ph. D in psychology from Stanford University. This podcast started, in part, because I read Gay’s book, Conscious Living, and wanted to talk to him. The conversation didn’t disappoint.
Mark J. Silverman is a bestselling author, podcaster, and executive coach. When he was 27, he was homeless living in his truck. By the time he was 33, he was in a millionaire. But from that journey, he realized money wasn’t what he was seeking. In this conversation, we spoke about what a leadership resiliency expert is, growing as a human being, and the importance of the breath.
Rob Henderson is a PhD candidate in psychology at the University of Cambridge. Before that, he grew up in one of the poorest cities in California, served in the Air Force, and got his undergraduate degree from Yale University. In this conversation, we spoke about his unique insights from spending time with the three different socioeconomic backgrounds.
In this episode, mentor and friend Tej Dosa interviews me. I shared private journal entries, habits/routines, and books that have helped transform me from the darkest periods of my life into a feeling of love, light, and oneness with the universe.
Jordan Syatt is an online fitness coach and Gary Vaynerchuk’s personal trainer. In this conversation, we spoke about therapy, starting jiu jitsu, discouragement in the early days of creating, and much more.