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Ep How To Automate And Grow Your Business 180 | Michael Devellano
Dec 11 • 50 min
Michael Devellano is a Sr. Cloud and App Consultant, Founder of Cloud Advisory LLC and the author of Automate and Grow. Michael has led the strategy, design and development of over 150 mobile digital or marketing automation projects. He is also Chief…
Ep 179 How To Live Your Life At Warp Speed | Travis W. Fox
Dec 9 • 49 min
Travis Fox, is the CEO and Founder of CEO for Travis Fox, Inc., now Bigger Than Us, LLC and has degrees in both Psychology and Clinical Hypnotherapy. For the last 30 years, Travis has been training and teaching his proprietary Architect 360 methodology.…
Ep 178 To Live Life With Purpose You Gotta Have Balls | Brandon Steiner
Dec 4 • 49 min
Brandon Steiner is the Founder & President of The Steiner Agency, the nation’s premiere independent athlete procurement source. Prior to The Steiner Agency, Brandon created Steiner Sports Marketing and Memorabilia, one of the largest companies of its…
Ep 177 Inside The Mind Of An Entrepreneur | Lesley Eccles
Dec 2 • 47 min
Lesley Eccles is the co-founder of billion dollar fantasy sports startup, FanDuel, and now sole founder of NYC-based Relish, a customized relationship training app. In a twist of fate that has been shared by many business founders, all of the original…
Ep 176 Why It’s Time For A Sales Rebellion | Dale Dupree
Nov 27 • 46 min
Dale Dupree , a.k.a. The Copier Warrior, is an entrepreneur, a podcast host, and a guy who relentlessly challenges conventional wisdom. Dale got his start in sales working for his father where he quickly became known as the Copier Warrior, where his dad…
Ep 175 How To Use Your Failures, Mistakes, And Vulnerabilities To Fund Success | Leonard Kim
Nov 25 • 45 min
Leonard Kim is an entrepreneur, social media strategist, and the coauthor of Ditch the Act published by McGraw Hill. In 2013, Leonard got sick and tired of being overworked and underpaid. So he made a decision to start writing. By the end of 2014, Leonard…
Ep 174 Starting At The Finish Line | Matt Newman
Nov 20 • 46 min
Matt Newman is a senior executive in the financial services industry, a cancer survivor, a public speaker, and a best selling author. His book, “Starting at the Finish Line” recently made it to #2 on Book Authority’s Best Brain Cancer Books of All Time.…
Ep 173 A Mission To Create A Drug Free World | Meghan Fialkoff
Nov 18 • 46 min
Meghan Fialkoff is an Event Producer, Artist & Humanitarian. In 2006, after graduating from College, Meghan and her father founded the Americas Chapter of the non-profit, Foundation for a Drug Free World. Beginning with the mission to reach all of NYC…
Ep 172 How To Live The D.R.E.A.M. Life | Sabrina Runbeck
Nov 13 • 48 min
Sabrina Runbeck is a Cardiothoracic Surgery Physician Assistant and a Life Performance Consultant. After working 80+ hours a week in healthcare, Sabrina noticed that there were people in the healthcare arena who love their work and yet were always able to…
Ep 171 The Bezos Letters | Steve Anderson
Nov 11 • 43 min
Steve Anderson is an Entrepreneur, a trusted authority on Risk Management, a Futurist, and a public speaker. His speaking portfolio includes presentations on the future of technology, the influence of social platforms, how businesses can leverage the…
Ep 170 Solving The World’s Biggest Problem | Evan Carmichael
Nov 6 • 47 min
At the age of 19, Evan built then sold a biotech software company. At 22, he was a venture capitalist raising $500k to $15m. He now runs a YouTube channel for entrepreneurs with 1.8M+ subscribers and over 300,000,000 video views. Evan wants to solve the…
Ep 169 Why Women Are Great On Job Sites | Greg Graham
Nov 4 • 45 min
Greg Graham is the COO of the Cardel Group of Companies and President, Cardel Homes Ottawa. Cardel is a land development and residential home builder with operations in Ottawa, Calgary, Denver, and Tampa. I connected with Greg when I learned that Cardel…
Ep 168 How To Win When Culture And Ambition Collide | Shinjini Das
Oct 30 • 49 min
Shinjini Das, The Go-Getter Girl! ™, is on a mission to bridge the content gap between intellect and pop culture in the media. She is the CEO and Founder at The Das Media Group, an empowering media production company, engineer, TV personality fluent in…
Ep 167 How To Move From A Life Of Success To A Life Of Significance | Ron Klabunde
Oct 28 • 46 min
Ron Klabunde is the Founder and CEO of Generosity Feeds – a national for-purpose organization that mobilizes thousands of volunteers in cities around America to address the local needs of hungry children through meal creation events. Generosity Feeds is…
Ep 166 How To Rise From Your Knees And Live The Life You Want | Larry Broughton
Oct 23 • 47 min
Larry Broughton is an award-winning hotelier and entrepreneur, bestselling author, keynote speaker, and former US Army Green Beret. As Founder and CEO of California-based broughtonHOTELS, CBS News has called Larry “the nation’s foremost expert on…
Ep 165 How To Brand Your Soul | Sashka Hanna-Rappl
Oct 20 • 45 min
Sashka Hanna Rappl is a Leadership Coach, Business Strategist, Award-winning Performer, an International Speaker, and a Podcaster She is also the author of Soul’d Out,Your Guide to Finding Your Life Purpose,The Meaning of your Dreams, and what they hold…
Ep 164 How To Build Your Confidence | Heather Monahan
Oct 16 • 45 min
Heather Monahan is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur and founder of Boss In Heels. Having successfully climbed the corporate ladder for nearly 20 years, Heather is one of the few women to break the glass ceiling and claim her spot in…
Ep 163 Reasons To Live One More Day, Every Day | Jas Rawlinson
Oct 14 • 45 min
Jas Rawlinson is as an author, freelance journalist, writing coach, and a mental health advocate who shines a light on taboo topics. Jas uses her writing skills to empower trauma survivors to turn their past pain into powerful life stories. How cool is…
Ep 162 How To Disarm Self Limiting Beliefs | Tracy Schmitt
Oct 9 • 53 min
Tracy Schmitt, a.k.a. Unstoppable Tracy, is a TV Host, a highly acclaimed International Speaker who has spoken in 40+ countries around the world, and the Best Selling Author of Unstoppable You. She has shared the stage with the likes of Jane Fonda, Dr.…
Ep 161 Defining Success On Your Terms | Jeff Munn
Oct 7 • 49 min
For the first forty or so years of his life Jeff Munn was a classic overachiever. He got straight A’s, went to great schools, and the first college graduate and the first lawyer in his family. After graduation, Jeff worked at a firm that was the best in…
5 Signs That A Business Is Chasing Money
Oct 4 • 8 min
Successful entrepreneurs understand the difference between chasing money and solving problems for customers. That’s because solving important problems is the only way to build a sustainable and scalable business. Most, if not all entrepreneurs nod in…
Ep 160 | A Mission Driven Entrepreneur Who Quit A Cushy Job | Natalie Oliverio
Oct 2 • 47 min
Natalie Oliverio is the founder and CEO of Military Talent Partners a boutique talent consulting firm specializing in the career placement of Veterans and Military Spouses. Natalie served post 9/11 in the US Navy and transitioned out in 2006.Friends and…
Ep 159 The Art of Making Things Happen | Steve Sims
Sep 30 • 48 min
Steve Sims has worked with Sir Elton John and Elon Musk, sent people down to see the wreck of the Titanic on the sea bed and closed a museum in Florence for a private dinner party beneath Michael Angelo’s David and then had Andrea Bocelli serenade the…
Ep 158 How To Live A Lemonade Life | Zack Friedman
Sep 25 • 48 min
Zack Friedman is the Founder & CEO of Make Lemonade, a highly successful entrepreneur, and the author of THE LEMONADE LIFE, which is published by HarperCollins. Zack appears regularly on television and radio, including for CNN, MSNBC, NPR and ABC. CNN has…
Ep 157 Everyday Leadership | Drew Dudley
Sep 23 • 48 min
Drew Dudley’s TEDx talk “Everyday Leadership” has been viewed close to five million times and praised by Time, Business Insider, and Inc. Magazine. Drew is the founder of Day One Leadership, where he works with individuals and organizations around the…
Ep 156 An Accidental, Honest, Socially Conscious, Kick-Ass Entrepreneur | Flossie Hall
Sep 18 • 45 min
Flossie Hall can best be described as an accidental, honest, socially conscious, kick-ass entrepreneur. This active military spouse started a healthy meal prep business in her kitchen and scaled it to 7-figures within the first year and sold the business…
Ep 155 Why Vanity Metrics Can Take A Big Dump | Dan Willis
Sep 16 • 48 min
Dan Willis is an entrepreneur, digital media creator, a keynote speaker, and a twitter video champion. He is also a High School dropout. The advice Dan shares comes from real, practical experience consulting major brands like FOX TV, Toyota and H&M. He’s…
The Accidental Naysayer
Sep 13 • 7 min
Are you an Accidental Naysayer? In this episode of Tim Talks, Tim explains why so many of us become accidental naysayers without even realizing it. He also explains 3 actions you can take to guard against this happening to you, and challenges everyone to…
Ep 154 How To Build Your Ideal Lifestyle | Tom Sylvester
Sep 11 • 48 min
Tom Sylvester is a serial entrepreneur, podcast host, author, business coach, and a self-described “renaissance man”. Tom worked 3 jobs to get himself through high school and into college. He met his wife, and business partner, Ariana, on his first day of…
Ep 153 Fierce Feminine Leadership | Eleanor Beaton
Sep 9 • 35 min
Eleanor Beaton is a women’s leadership mentor and founder of Fierce Feminine Leadership, an organization that helps ambitious women develop the confidence, presence, political savvy and influence they need to take their seats at the tables where the big…
Ep 152 How To Live A Life of Honesty, Integrity, And Transparency | Steven Kuhn
Sep 4 • 49 min
Steven Kuhn is a decorated United States Army combat veteran, speaker, author, and consultant who helps Senior Executives dramatically improve their quality of life through consistent, conscious, application of Honesty, Integrity, and Transparency. His…
Ep 151 How To Use Patents To Protect Your Business | Shmuel Silverman
Sep 2 • 48 min
Shmuel Silverman is an inventor and patent strategist with over 165 patents & provisional publications and as an entrepreneur has co-founded and sold two companies, including one that was purchased by Intel after only 18 months in business. Today Shmuel…
5 Reasons Gen X Will Be The Big Winner In The New Gig Economy
Aug 30 • 8 min
Once jokingly referred to as “America’s neglected middle child*” Gen X is positioned to be the big winner in the move to the new gig economy. The strange part is hardly anyone seems to be talking about it. All the focus seems to be on Boomers (like me)…
Ep 150 I Blame Gary Vee | Don Wettrick
Aug 28 • 50 min
Don Wettrick is President of the StartEdUp Foundation, where he and his team are on a mission to help students 14-18 develop and nurture an entrepreneurial mindset. It has been anything but a direct path for this award winning middle school and high…
Ep 149 Why Nice Guys Finish First | Dave Kerpen
Aug 26 • 48 min
Dave Kerpen is a serial entrepreneur, a New York Times bestselling author (4 books for far including a children’s book) and much in demand global speaker. As a prolific contributor on LinkedIn Dave has amassed a pretty incredible community of 680,000+…
Ep 148 How To Create A Lasting Impact | Chris Widener
Aug 21 • 48 min
Chris Widener is widely recognized as one of the top speakers in the world. He’s a member of the Motivational Speakers Hall of Fame, has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the top 100 Leadership Speakers, and NYT and WSJ Bestseller. Chris had what…
5 Signs You’re Meant To be Your Own Boss
Aug 19 • 10 min
People often ask me how I found the courage to quit my job and start my own business. A lot of those people assume I had everything figured out when I quit. Nothing could be further from the truth. I started my business with zero customers, zero products,…
Ep 147 The Unvarnished Truth About Being Your Own Boss | Trish Leto
Aug 18 • 46 min
Trish Leto is a U.S. Navy veteran, an entrepreneur, a public speaker, and a mother of two young children. The thing I liked about speaking with Trish was her willingness to speak the unvarnished truth. We went deep on the challenges she faced…
How My Side Gig Turned Into $10M
Aug 16 • 8 min
When I was 34 years old when I started a side gig that turned into $10m. My goal was pretty simple- I was looking for ways to make more money. In this episode of Tim Talks I explain the series of decisions I made that turned a simple market experiment…
Ep 146 How To Take A Holistic Approach To Entrepreneurship | Ron Carucci
Aug 14 • 46 min
Ron Carucci is the co-founder of leadership consultancy Navalent, a Harvard Business Review & Forbes Contributor. Ron is also the author of 8 bestselling books, 2 TEDx speaker and his talk on power is profound has been watched by over 100,000 people. Ron…
Ep 145 A Case For A University Education | Shelly Elsliger
Aug 12 • 49 min
Shelly Elsliger is an entrepreneur, Senior Career Educator at the University of Toronto and a globally recognized LinkedIn trainer having delivered well over 300 workshops, talks, and keynotes. Full disclosure: I am a graduate of U. of T. My main intent…
Ep 144 Serve Yourself By Serving Others | Reece Lodder
Aug 7 • 48 min
Reece Looder is a former U.S. Marine, an entrepreneur, a storyteller, a man who frequently defies conventional wisdom, and a person who demonstrates an amazing degree of resilience. Reece spent 8 years in the Marines, first working as a combat…
Ep 143 Young, Restless, and Almost Fearless | Ava Wettrick
Aug 5 • 47 min
Ava Wettrick is an entrepreneur and a podcast host who has had the opportunity to speak with top authors and entrepreneurs including people like Tom Bilyeu. Colour me jealous. Ava has been featured in Forbes Magazine (sitting with Seth Godin), is a well…
Ep 142 The Rise Of The Unarmed Forces | Matthew “Griff” Griffin
Jul 31 • 47 min
Matthew “Griff” Griffin is an author, TedX speaker, and co-founder and Chief Storytelling Officer for Combat Flip Flops. Griff is also a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point with a degree in Engineering Management. Griff served in…
Ep 141 The Art Of Online Branding | Denise Alison
Jul 29 • 48 min
Denise Alison is an Entrepreneur, Live Video Creator, Social Media Strategist, Comedienne, and a Public Speaker. She is also the host The Art Of Online Branding, a weekly Facebook Live Show that has been running for more than two years. Denise eats,…
Ep 140 Why Addictive Behaviours Are Rising And What Parents Need To Know | Thomas Miller
Jul 24 • 47 min
Thomas Miller is an Entrepreneur, Coach, Public Speaker, Therapist, and a dad who practices what he preaches. Thomas has been a licensed Therapist since 2002 and his work experience includes being a Clinical Director of a Wilderness Therapy Program for…
Ep 139 How To Reclaim Your Identity | Reesy Floyd-Thompson
Jul 22 • 46 min
Reesy Floyd-Thompson is an entrepreneur, professional storyteller, and the founder of a support group called Prisoners Wives Girlfriends and Partners. Ressy’s story is inspiring and educational on so many levels. It begins in 2005 when she stood in a…
Ep 138 How To Be The Architect Of Your Own Destiny | Rocky Romanella
Jul 17 • 49 min
Rocky Romanella is blue-collar guy who rose through the ranks at UPS and at one time oversaw an operation with more than 78,000 employees. He then became a CEO and Board member of a small telecom company. These days he is the Founder and CEO of 3SIXTY…
Ep 137 The College Scam Is Bankrupting An Entire Generation | Jordan Paris
Jul 15 • 49 min
“Only dead fish go with the flow. I direct the flow. I swim upstream.” This one sentence less than a minute into my interview with Jordan Paris set the stage for a discussion between two kindred soles, even if there is a 40 year biological age difference.…
We’re Not Gonna Take It. It’s Time To Call Out The Scam Artists
Jul 12 • 8 min
Tim’s been getting a lot of flack on social media for raising awareness around the hordes of so called “experts” who are using social media to separate people from their hard earned money. One of those so called experts even said that Tim was lazy and…
Ep 136 How To Slay Your Inner Dragons | Ash Playsted
Jul 10 • 48 min
Ash Playsted is an entrepreneur, mentor, and Mindset Transformation coach. He calls himself the dragon slayer because his mission in life is to help people tame or slay the “inner dragons” that keep them awake at night. Ash has started and exited five…
Ep 135 How To Find Your Cloud Nine Life | Jordan Gross
Jul 8 • 49 min
Jordan Gross is a two-time startup founder, a TEDx speaker, and a #1 best-selling author of a book called Getting COMFY: Your Morning Guide to Daily Happiness. He has another book on the way titled Your Journey To Cloud Nine. I guess I should mention that…
Who Are You Taking Advice From?
Jul 5 • 9 min
In this episode Tim talks about the 5 types of people who offer advice to anyone that wants more in their life, but has allowed the world to see their doubts. The first four characters make up 99% of the people you will engage. They are described as:…
Ep 134 The Messy Middle Of A Tech Startup | Marc Champagne
Jul 3 • 48 min
Marc Champagne is the co-founder of KYŌ ((kee-oh) meaning “today” in Japanese. KYŌ is an app that fuel people’s daily reflection through questions from some of the most inspiring figures in the world. This was a fascinating conversation that touches on…
Ep 133 Why Battle Scars Are Beautiful | René Michele
Jul 1 • 48 min
René Michele equips and empows female survivors of child sex abuse and trauma with the keys to overcoming their past, and thrive in every area of their life. Transformational strategies include smashing limiting beliefs, rebuilding Identity, restructuring…
Why People Stay In Jobs They Hate
Jun 28 • 11 min
For five years in my twenties I was living a lie. From the outside looking in I had everything. The problem was my job was killing me. The stress was relentless, I was an absent father, a poor husband, and was abusing my body with too much alcohol and bad…
Ep 132 Vanity Stats Don’t Put Food On The Table | Mary Henderson
Jun 26 • 46 min
Mary Henderson is a personal branding specialist who helps coaches, consultants and corporate executives define and commercialize their personal brand using B2B selling strategies on LinkedIn. She is widely regarded as an expert in this area. Mary…
Ep 131 How To Get The Most Out Of Your College Experience | Sehmat Suri
Jun 24 • 43 min
Sehmat Suri has spoken on stages in Dubai, London (U.K.), Halifax, Toronto, and Vancouver. She helped launch and scale Square Roots, an innovative social enterprise that is taking on the challenge of food waste and food insecurity. She took on the…
Why I Quit My 6-Figure Job
Jun 21 • 12 min
In this Tim Talks episode I get reflect back on my decisions to walk away from one of the highest paying sales jobs in Canada. I was 31 at the time, married, with two children under the age of five. I was also the sole breadwinner. It wasn’t an easy…
Ep 130 How To Get More Women In C-Suite Jobs | Lucy Schalkwijk
Jun 19 • 50 min
Lucy Schalkwijk is a Women’s Empowerment Champion and Founder and Chair of the Career Women’s Network Kigali, in the African country of Rwanda. She also holds a senior management position for a German subsidiary where she is responsible for all Technical…
Ep 129 What To Do When Your Dream Job Isn’t | Anna Sabino
Jun 17 • 47 min
Anna Sabino is a personal branding/business building strategist, a career coach, an author, and host of Anna Talks, a daily video show. Those of us that know Anna on LinkedIn have grown accustomed to seeing her smiling face on video each and every day.…
Why New Entrepreneurs Waste So Much Money
Jun 14 • 9 min
In this episode of Tim Talks I bring attention to one of the most common mistakes new business owners make. They find the courage to start their own business, but then in an effort to avoid further risk, refuse to pay for advice. The truth is most small…
Ep 128 Live Life On Your Terms | Tabitha Cavanagh
Jun 12 • 47 min
Tabitha Cavanagh a.k.a. Tab The Recruiter is a Sales & Marketing recruiter, public speaker, a colon cancer survivor and a kickass mom. Tabitha is determined to live life on her terms and to set the best possible example she can for her daughter. At age 31…
Ep 127 The Gold Medal Mentality | Andrew Haley
Jun 10 • 49 min
Andrew Haley is a Paralympic Gold Medalist and two time World Champion in swimming. As a child, Andrew had cancer twice and each time was given a 35% chance to pull through. It was a battle to survive but survive he did. Andrew ultimately lost part of his…
Ep 126 The Mind Of A Warrior | Sean Douglas
Jun 5 • 49 min
Sean Douglas is a prolific public speaker, TedX speaker, International Radio Show Host, Author, and a Resilience Coach. He is also active in the United States Air Force. It’s fair to say that Sean has a lot on the go. This episode is going to resonate…
Ep 125 Live Every Day With Purpose | Alison Fischer
Jun 3 • 50 min
Alison Fischer is Senior Vice President, Business Operations & Strategic Planning for a leading B2B boutique design and publishing agency, a founding member and sitting President of the New Milfrod Education Foundation, a non-profit organization that…
The Hypocrisy Crisis In Parenting
May 31 • 10 min
History will not be kind to the baby boomer generation, especially those that live in developed economies. Under our watch the world’s population has done irreparable damage to planet earth, we’ve seen a massive consolidation of wealth in the hands of…
Ep 124 Why Fulfillment Means More Than Money | Shea Hillenbrand
May 29 • 46 min
At 31 years of age 2 time American League All-Star Shea Hillenbrand walked away from baseball. Why did Shea decide to quit at the prime of his career leaving behind the potential of $50 million on the table? Shea goes deep on this in this interview but…
Ep 123 A Badass Woman In A Man’s World | Vanessa Lane
May 27 • 48 min
Vanessa Lane is an international LIVESTREAM Video Expert, President of #ViewItDoIt®, and #KitchenAmbush™, a Managing Partner in a real estate holding company, and Host of #viditips With Vanessa. She’s also a self described bad-ass woman working in a man’s…
How To Use Your Age As An Asset
May 24 • 10 min
Are boomers still relevant? How about GenX? Has time passed them by? Is it time folks like me stepped aside to make room for all those tech superstars that are ready to conquer the world? Hell no! Look I’m a huge fan and supporter of young entrepreneurs.…
Ep 122 The Transition From Corporate Sales To Entrepreneur | Kyle Burt
May 22 • 45 min
Kyle Burt is the Founder of Catch Cloud Solutions. In layman’s terms that means that Kyle helps organizations make better buying decisions for a wide range of technology and services. This includes things like Cybersecurity, Compliance, & Audits, Cloud…
Ep 121 How To Use 4 Words To Create Your Mission | Tima Elhajj
May 20 • 48 min
Tima Elhaji is an entrepreneur, coach and mentor, public speaker, and host of Tima the Podcast. After graduating with a degree in Business Tima embarked on a 15 year career in Financial Planning, including a four year stint running her own practice where…
5 Common Mistakes That Kill Business Growth
May 17 • 15 min
For almost every entrepreneur the first sustained period of no growth is a time filled with frustration and anxiety. It kind of goes with the territory. It’s also the second most important time in the growth of any business (after the start-up). The…
Ep 120 The Luge Man | Rueben Gonzalez
May 15 • 45 min
Why would anybody in his right mind want to jump on a sled and hurl himself down an icy mountain at over 80 miles per hour? At the age of 21, Ruben Gonzalez took up the sport of luge and started training for the Olympics. Four years….. and a few broken…
Ep 119 The Truth About An Entrepreneurial Start-Up | Israel “Izzy” Lugo III
May 13 • 45 min
Izzy Lugo is the Co-Founder and COO at Urban Misfit Ventures, Brand & Content Strategist, Public Speaker and co-host of the Strange on Purpose Podcast. Urban Misfit Ventures is a holding company that owns one of Milwaukee’s fastest growing startups. IEEG,…
Three Reasons Why Growth Is Not Optional
May 10 • 9 min
No business stays constant. A business is growing, plateaued, or declining. Learn why Tim says that a business that has plateaued is actually declining, and why millennial business owners are set to face unprecedented challenges.
Ep 118 How To Scale A StartUp | Damon Burton
May 8 • 46 min
After spending seven years on-air in radio in Salt Lake City, Utah, Damon Burton founded a successful search engine optimization agency, SEO National. Since starting the business in 2007 Damon has grown his agency to 7-digits. Damon is a frequent public…
Ep 117 How the Game of American Football Can Help You Achieve Your LifeGoals | Jennifer Garrett
May 6 • 46 min
Jennifer A. Garrett is an author, entrepreneur, and a Judge Advocate in the Army National Guard. Along the way she has earned an astonishing 7 College degrees. Pretty amazing, especially knowing that as a teenager Jennifer became a single mom. Her…
WHY ARE WE STILL SETTING OUR KIDS UP TO FAIL?
May 3 • 7 min
The year was 1984. Apple Computer launched the Macintosh Computer line, Michael Jackson’s hair caught fire while he was filming a Pepsi commercial, and American heavy metal band Twisted Sister’s released the iconic anti-establishment anthem titled “We’re…
Ep 116 Transitioning from Military to Civilian Employment | Eric “Doc” Wright
May 1 • 47 min
After leaving the military Eric “Doc” Wright wandered around in the job desert for 12 years. He chased degrees, certifications, and titles, amassing handfuls of each, piles of student debt, but always hearing he had the wrong ones, or not enough…
Ep 115 Invincible After All These Years | Vince Papale
Apr 26 • 46 min
This is another first for Screw the Naysayers. In 2006 today’s guest had a movie made about his life story. It was called INVINCIBLE and starred Mark Wahlberg in the role of Vince Papale. How cool is that. Invincible packed theatres and is widely regarded…
3 Lessons Learned From Broken Bones and Chronic Pain
Apr 26 • 13 min
I was the child with brittle bones who refused to listen when my parents advised me not to play contact sports. My parents tried to ban me from playing sports. I just went a little further away from home to find a game of street hockey or flag football.…
Ep 114 How To Crush Software As A Service | Scotty Schindler
Apr 24 • 49 min
Scotty Schindler is the retired startup founder and CEO of ReNet. Widely recognised as a leading Aussie business identity, Scotty is also keen surfer who has won multiple Surfing Titles. As a fan of entrepreneurial stories, this was a special treat for…
Ep 113 How To Be The Woman God Created You To Be | Ria Story
Apr 22 • 47 min
Ria Story is an entrepreneur, a certified leadership trainer, public speaker, author and a podcast host. Rita holds a Master’s degree in Business, a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, and an Associates degree in Office Management. What makes…
Tim Talks #6: How To Put Fear In It’s Place
Apr 19 • 12 min
In this weeks Tim Talks, we look at the key reasons why people stay in bad situations, and discuss the choices we have and the consequences of the decisions we make. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I’d love to hear your thoughts, comments, and…
Ep 112 Brands Built On Values Have Room To Pivot | David Brier
Apr 17 • 46 min
Somebody pinch me. In the last two months I’ve gone deep into the world of brand marketing with Seth Godin, Philip Stutts and now David Brier. As the recipient of over 300 industry awards, David Brier is the Creative Director of DBD International, and to…
Ep 111 Bringing Conscious Capitalism To On Online Meditation | Christopher Plowman
Apr 15 • 50 min
Christopher Plowman is the CEO of Insight Timer, an online meditation app that is shaking up an industry that some would say is more driven by money than it is by consciousness. Easy to grab free trials that quickly convert to paid subscriptions with…
Why Quitting Your Corporate Job Is Not About Freedom
Apr 12 • 8 min
In this episode Tim explains that when it comes to quitting a corporate job to start a business, most people are not framing the discussion properly. All this talk about freedom isn’t reality. And even if it was, it would be a pretty unpleasant reality.…
Ep 110 Vice Optimization As A Life Strategy | Benny Wallington
Apr 10 • 45 min
Vice Optimization as a life strategy. I confess that I never imagined I’d be using that phrase of a way of introducing a guest on my show. Benny Wallington is the founder and creator of a company called 101 tokens, that teaches people how to retrain their…
Ep 109 Defying the odds | Nick Santonastasso
Apr 8 • 48 min
Nick Santonastasso is a medical miracle. Not only is he one of four people alive with the rare genetic condition, Hanhart Syndrome, this inspirational keynote speaker is an internationally known bodybuilder and fitness model – despite missing both his…
Tim Talks #4: 5 Signs Your Goals May Just Be Dreams
Apr 5 • 9 min
Our world is filled with people who say they want more. People who say they want to have more impact. People who say they want to have more income, and people who say they want to have more independence. You may be one of those people. Today Tim shares…
Ep 108 In Public Education We Need To Do More Than Rearrange The Deck Chairs | Doug Thompson
Apr 3 • 46 min
Doug Thompson defy’s today’s norms in many different ways. For starters, in the last 30 years Doug has only had two employers. A rare achievement for those that work in the private sector these days. He’s also an Artificial Intelligence Ambassador for…
Ep 107 From Military Leader to Kickass Entrepreneur | Rich Cardona
Apr 1 • 48 min
Rich Cardona proudly tells us that he scored 1060 on his S.A.T. exam in high school. He actually tried several times but the other scores were lower. Turns out it was easier to learn how to fly a light attack helicopter than it was to ace the S.A.T. I’m…
Tim Talks #3: Experienced Entrepreneurs Make Mistakes Too
Mar 29 • 9 min
As of today, I’ve been self-employed for 11,830 days. I’ve started multiple businesses from scratch, the largest of which had sales in excess of $10 million, and advised and mentored hundreds of my fellow entrepreneurs. You’d think by now that launching a…
Ep 106 The Big Lies Digital Marketers Sell | Phillip Stutts
Mar 27 • 48 min
Ep 106 The Big Lies Digital Marketers Sell | Phillip Stutts Phillip Stutts is about to begin a one person clinical trial in hopes of curing an incurable disease. He is also on a mission to expose the lies that he says digital marketers use to take hard…
Ep 105 Blondes Can Read Too | Eugenia Kuzmina
Mar 25 • 45 min
“I’ve always been one of those kids that didn’t fit in the box.” No one will mistake Eugenia for a kid anymore, even if she did begin her adult career at the age of 13. Eugenia grew up in Russia at a time where food lines were the norm, history books were…
Tim Talks #2: 7 Ways To Tell If You’re Being Scammed
Mar 22 • 14 min
Raise your hand if you’ve spent money on programs or services that provided little in the way of meaningful value to you or your business. If you’re over the age of 30 and didn’t raise your hand I probably can’t help you. You’re either in denial or…
Ep 104 The Risks Of Chasing Fame And Money | Brian Keating
Mar 20 • 48 min
Have you ever wanted something so bad you could almost taste it? You know the feeling I’m talking about. You feel like you’ve been walking in a desert sun for hours. You’d do anything for a cold glass of water. Brian Keating can tell you about that…
Ep 103 If It Doesn’t Kill You | Jay Andrews
Mar 18 • 49 min
Jay Andrews knows a thing or two about defying the odds. Life was proceeding just as planned. He followed the traditional path and had a great paying corporate job. Then in a short period of time,Jay was diagnosed with an incurable disease, beat cancer,…
The Journey To 100
Mar 15 • 10 min
Tim reflects on the first 100 episodes, highlights 3 key themes that emerged and shares his plans for the next 100! A short and sweet 10 minutes.