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Cameron Herold

Episode 436: Commit to your Top 3, with Cameron Herold.

Cameron Herold was an entrepreneur from day 1. At age 21, he had 14 employees. By 35, he’d help build his first TWO $100 MILLION DOLLAR companies. By the age of 42, Cameron engineered 1-800-GOT-JUNK?’s spectacular growth from $2 million to $106 million in revenue, and 3,100 employees— and he did that in just six years. Cameron is a top rated international speaker and has been hired in 26 countries. He is also the top-rated lecturer at the EO / MIT’s Entrepreneurial Masters Program.

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Phil Gerbyshak

Episode 434: You can do better, with Phil Gerbyshak.

Phil Gerbyshak works with salespeople and leaders to increase their influence, impact and ultimately, their income. Phil believes in the power of social selling and connection. With a unique speaking style — part sales expert and part entertainer — Phil keeps his audiences engaged while providing actionable steps to bring in more leads, more referrals, and more business. If he’s not traveling, speaking, or making new connections, Phil writes. He’s published five books, including “10 Ways to Make It Great” and “#TwitterWorks”, more than 2,500 articles, and been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Financial Times and a long list of other media.

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Henry DeVries

Episode 433: 9 before 9, with Henry DeVries.

Henry DeVries is the CEO of Indie Books International. He works with consultants and coaches who want to attract more high-paying clients by marketing with a book and speech. Henry has helped ghostwrite, edit, and co-author more than 300 business books, including his bestseller “How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffett. He is also the president of the New Client Marketing Institute, a training company he founded 18 years ago — and — has serves as a marketing faculty member and assistant dean of continuing education for the University of California San Diego.

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Christine Kloser

Episode 432: You were born for more, with Christine Kloser.

Christine Kloser is known as “The Transformation Catalyst®,” and has trained nearly 70,000 authors and entrepreneurs from more than 100 countries and is well recognized as a leader in her field. Whether through private mentoring, group coaching, transformational retreats, live events, speaking or global virtual trainings programs, Christine’s clients feel seen, heard, understood, valued and transformed in ways they never thought possible. As a result, they take action, claim their worth, write their books, experience life-changing breakthroughs and fulfill their heart’s calling. Christine has personally authored and co-authored more than a dozen award-winning and best-selling books including “The Freedom Formula, “A Daily Dose of Love” and “Pebbles in the Pond.” Committed to making a difference in the world, and raising the consciousness of humanity.

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Nick Sonnenberg

Episode 431: Clear your way, with Nick Sonnenberg.

Nick Sonnenberg is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for creating companies that disrupt the way people live. Nick is the co-founder of Leverage and the former CEO of CalvinApp. Before making the jump to the startup technology space, Nick spent more than eight years on Wall Street as a high frequency algorithmic trader. His personal mission is to help busy entrepreneurs and executives optimize their lives in a meaningful way and help them go from idea to execution in as few steps as possible.

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Marissa Levin

Episode 430: Unlock your truest potential, with Marissa Levin.

Marissa Levin has been an entrepreneur, speaker, & globally recognized growth strategist for over 20-years. Her lifetime legacy mission is to educate, equip, & empower 100 million entrepreneurs & leaders with the skillsets and mindsets they need to reach their greatest potential. As CEO of Successful Culture, Marissa helps other CEOs master the 3 most critical aspects of business growth: leadership development, strategy formulation & execution, and organizational culture assessment & improvement. She also helps CEOs select and implement highly effective advisory boards using her patented SCALE Model, which is an essential strategy for any business looking to grow exponentially.

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Amy Anderson [Encore 2x]

Episode 429: What are you so afraid of?, with Amy Anderson.

Amy Anderson is the creator of Transformative Writing for Non-Writers, founder of Anderson Content Consulting LLC, and former senior editor of SUCCESS magazine. She's an Emmy Award-winning writer, writing coach, and speaker who has worked with clients like John Addison, Todd Duncan, John Assaraf, and Darren Hardy, as well as companies like Advisors Excel and Dell. Today, Amy has turned her years of experience toward helping experts, coaches, and consultants discover their authentic voice and write with confidence so they can build connection, inspire action, and change lives.

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Sheryl O’Loughlin

Episode 428: Epic adventure of entrepreneurship, with Sheryl O’Loughlin.

Sheryl O’Loughlin is a serial entrepreneur and author of KILLING IT! An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Head Without Losing Your Heart (Harper Collins, December 2016). She has served as the CEO of Clif Bar, where she led the concept development and introduction of Luna bars. She then went on to co-found and serve as CEO of Plum Organics. She was the Executive Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Sheryl is currently CEO of REBBL, a fast-growing maker of plant-based drinks.

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Michael Glauser [ENCORE]

Episode 427: The Future of Work, with Mike Glauser.

Mike Glauser has extensive experience as an entrepreneur, business consultant, and university professor. He is the co-founder and chairman of My New Enterprise, an online training and development company for aspiring entrepreneurs. He is also the founder and former CEO of Golden Swirl Management Company and of Northern Lights. Mike has consulted with numerous startup companies and large corporations in the areas of business strategy, organizational effectiveness, and leadership development. His clients have included Associated Food Stores, The Boeing Company, Department of Workforce Services and others. Mike is currently the Executive Director of the Clark Center for Entrepreneurship at Utah State University. He has published numerous articles in magazines and two books on entrepreneurship: Glorious Accidents and The Business of Heart. His latest book, Main Street Entrepreneur, chronicles a 4,000-mile cross-country bicycle journey he took to interview 100 successful entrepreneurs across the United States.

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