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Learn the best secrets on how to connect and build relationships with other professionals from guests like John Lee Dumas, Elena Cardone, Cole Hatter, JP Sears, Joel Brown, Ryan Stewman, Chris Guillebeau, Patrick Bet-David, Dr. Ivan Misner, and more!

Consider this the ultimate guide to growing your inner circle, increasing your influence, and sharpening your relationships.

186: The Bigger Pockets Podcast with Brandon Turner

By Travis Chappell | Oct 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Travis Chappell interviews Brandon Turner, active real estate investor and co-host of the Bigger Pockets Podcast, the most popular real estate podcast out there. Brandon is the author of several books including the book on rental property investing and The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Real Estate Investing.

Here’s what Travis and Brandon discuss in this episode:

  • What are you most excited about right now?
    • Surfing, he’s in the process of moving to Hawaii.
  • Talk about what your childhood looked like.
    • He grew up in lower middle class and college was a requirement.
    • He was going to head to law school and then decided to get into real estate instead.
    • He went to like four different colleges and collected enough credits to graduate.
    • He bought a house at the same time he graduated.
  • How did you get in contact with Josh of Bigger Pockets?
    • He found the site in 2007 and started using Bigger Pockets.
    • At 27 he had enough properties to quit his job.
    • He bought a 24 unit and was able to “retire.”
  • Were the Bigger Pockets podcast successful right from the beginning?
    • They had a bigger launch than most because of the community they’ve already built.
    • 90% of podcasters don’t make it past episode 7.
  • What’s been the biggest value-add to your core business branching off from the podcast?
    • They teach education for free and sell it on software.
  • How valuable is the knowledge that you extract from your guests?
    • He talks to legit real estate investors.
    • You need to follow the LAPS model – Leads, Analyze, Pursue, Success.
  • Talk about how to put yourself on a different level in someone’s mind.
    • When you’re a peer or someone who appears as an equal, it helps you stand out.
  • What do people need to know that they don’t know in real estate?
    • Real estate is a huge term, but most people are thinking of buying and flipping properties.
      • Because of all the differences and nuances, people get easily overwhelmed.
      • You do not need to re-invent the wheel, its already been done.
  • Debunk the “I don’t have the money” objection.
    • He’s built all of his portfolios using none of his own money.
    • You need to understand that it can be done.
    • If you only have one tool you can do very few things, the more tools in your toolbox the bigger projects you can take on.
  • There are three things needed to put together a real estate deal.
    • Knowledge
    • Hustle
    • Money
  • A small niche audience is probably more beneficial for most people.
  • Talk about a couple of ways to do networking right.
    • People love to invest in younger people.
    • Don’t just think you have to talk to the influencers.
    • The idea of providing value is good, but don’t ask how you can do it.

The Random Round:

  • What profession other than your own do you think it would be fun to attempt?
    • Actor
  • If you could sit on a park bench with anyone for an hour who would it be, and why?
    • Billy Graham
  • How do you like to consume content?
    • Audio Books
  • What’s an audiobook you’d recommend?
    • Anything by Daniel Pink
    • The Magic of Thinking Big
    • The Four Hour Work Week
    • The Alchemist
    • The Compound Effect
  • Give us a glimpse of your morning routine.
    • Wakes up around 5 am and watches the sunrise hit everything.
    • Sits in a hammock and listens to music.
    • Starts working.
  • What is something that you are not very good at?
    • Large groups or conferences.
  • What is your go-to pump up song?
    • Anything by Mayday Parade
  • What is one place where we can find you the most?
    • Find his books at Barnes & Noble and Amazon or BiggerPockets.com/store
    • On Instagram @beardybrandon

3 Key Points:

  1. To explode your network, create a platform.
  2. The more tools you have in your mental toolbox the more you can take on.
  3. Add value without asking how to do it.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “Starting a podcast is fantastic for talking to people who are where you want to be.”
  • “Your podcast is a platform, even without a huge audience you have something to bring.”
  • “I’ve built all of my portfolios using none of my own money.”

Resources Mentioned:

185: Book Review: Man Up with Travis Chappell

By Travis Chappell | Oct 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Host Travis Chappell reviews Bedros Keuilian’s new book, Man Up and provides practical tips for taking ownership of your failures and taking control of your life.

Here’s what Travis discuss in this episode:

  • Travis gives a brief synopsis of the new book Man Up by Bedros Keuilian.
  • Manning up means taking control of your life both personally and professionally.
  • Any entrepreneurial venture has a high chance of failure.
  • You need to take ownership of your failures as well as your successes.

3 Key Points:

  1. The book Man Up is about taking control of your life.
  2. Manning up isn’t just for men.
  3. You learn by taking ownership of your failures.

Tweetable Quotes:

    Manning up isn’t just for men, it’s about hu-manning up.

–   Take responsibility for everything that happens in your life, good or bad.

Resources Mentioned:

184: Top Networking Tips Part 12 with Angie Lee, Mark Lack, and Pat Flynn

By Travis Chappell | Oct 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Angie Lee of the Angie Lee Show, Mark Lack from Shorten the Gap and Business Rockstars, and Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income provide their top networking tips to show you how to stand out to increase your inner circle, grow your business and relationships, and learn how to rub shoulders with your role models.

Here’s what Travis, Angie, Mark, and Pat  discuss in this episode:

  • Networking Tips from Angie Lee
    • Being human and being a good person is most important to leverage connections.
  • Networking Tips from Mark Lack
    • It’s not what you know, or who you know, it’s who knows you.
    • You can’t possibly know millions of people, but millions of people can know you.
    • We live in an era of personal branding.
  • Networking Tips from Pat Flynn
    • When people consume his content and got a lot out of it, that’s a great way to connect with people.
    • Be patient and wait for your time, you are not more important than the person someone is speaking to.
    • Always try to get an introduction from someone you know rather than a cold meeting.
    • You need to be a giving person and see what happens from there.
    • Pat talks about how he met John Lee Dumas.

3 Key Points:

  1. Every big moment of success comes from a connection.
  2. Your financial success is in direct proportion to how many people know you, like you, and trust you.
  3. You have to introduce yourself at the right time.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “The bigger you get, the more haters you’re going to have, but that also goes for how many people will like you.” – Mark
  • “You can’t possibly know millions of people, but millions of people can know you.” – Mark
  • “Show me what value you can provide me so I want to provide value for you later.”

Resources Mentioned:

183: Entrepreneur Magazine and Writing a Novel with Jason Feifer and Jennifer Miller

By Travis Chappell | Oct 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Authors and power couple Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. Jennifer has written several novels and Jason is a journalist, editor, and author of several well-known publications, websites, and books. Jennifer and Jason speak with your host Travis Chappell about their new book Mr. Nice Guy, how to balance business and relationships, how to talk to a publisher and how to network..”

Here’s what Travis, Jennifer, and Jason discuss in this episode:

  • Jason and Jennifer talk about their childhood and how they were raised individually.
  • Both of their parents encouraged them to pursue their creativity in writing.
    • Jennifer did a Master’s in journalism after publishing her first book.
    • Jason went to college but never liked structured education.
  • What did you do college and into your careers?
    • Jason got into community newspapers because he wanted to do journalism.
      • What moved his career forward was to pitch his stuff out into the world.
    • Jennifer talks about how she and Jason met and where they were in their careers.
      • They both moved to New York separately but for different reasons.
      • They met on Ok Cupid after having been in long-term relationships.
    • What does it take to sell a book to a publisher?
      • First, you need the novel or at least part of it.
      • You then need an agent and they’ll sell it to the publisher.
      • When you write the book, you’ve only done a small part of the work.
    • What do publishers look for, what separates you from the pack?
      • Your agent needs to send your material to the right editors and know what they like.
      • In their case, it was a great idea written by a married couple and infusing the book with their own stories.
    • Talk about what it was like to go from editorship to novel writing?
      • He had the idea for the novel when he was in his early 20’s.
      • He knew he wasn’t a fiction writer, so his relationship with Jen pushed him.
    • How would you summarize the book in 30 seconds?
      • It’s a book about ambition and relationships and honesty and balancing all of them.
    • What’s your advice on navigating entrepreneurship and relationships?
      • It’s really important that each person has defined roles and there’s respect.
    • Talk about how important it was to cultivate good, strong relationships in the magazine world.
      • He recognized that all of the cool writers at big magazines knew each other.
      • He found that he related most to people who were just as driven as him.
      • He never feels competitive with his successful friends, just motivated by them.
    • Jen shares two stories about how crucial surrounding yourself with the right people is.
    • Final networking tips
      • Following up with people is critically important.
      • The #1 thing people want is to feel heard.

The Random Round:

  • What profession other than your own do you think it would be fun to attempt?
    • Jen: An Actor
    • Jason: Musician
  • If you could sit on a park bench with anyone for an hour who would it be, and why?
    • Jen: Her grandmother who passed away
    • Jason: Someone from the dawn of writing.
  • How do you like to consume content?
    • Jen: A mix – lots of podcasts, lots of books.
    • Jason: Podcasts
  • What’s a podcast you’d recommend?
    • Jen: The Nod – about African American culture, narrative-based.
    • Jason: Everything is Alive
  • Give us a glimpse of your morning routine.
    • One of them gets up with their 3.5-year-old and the other sleeps in.
    • They get themselves together.
    • Jason gets their son out the door to school.
    • Jen does pilates or gets to work.
  • What is something that you are not very good at?
    • Jen: Algebra, Drawing
    • Jason: Home improvement
  • What is your go-to pump up song?
    • Jen: Chain of Fools by Aretha Franklin
    • Jason: Underdog by Spoon
  • What is one place where we can find you the most?
    • Find their book on Amazon or wherever you find books.
    • mrniceguynovel.com
    • @heyfeifer on Twitter or Instagram
    • jasonfeifer.com

3 Key Points:

  1. You have to be patient while holding onto your impatience and pushing yourself.
  2. In publishing, your connections are important inasmuch it can make a sale.
  3. When you have a community that supports each other good things happen.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “The mistakes actually help you figure out where you’re going.”
  • “It was a three-year process of writing Mr. Nice Guy before we got a deal.”
  • “The key to working together with anybody is distinct roles and responsibilities.”

Resources Mentioned:

182: Build a Life Resume with Travis Chappell

By Travis Chappell | Oct 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Learn to Build Your Life Resume in this week’s Freestyle Friday with host Travis Chappell. Travis talks about how billionaire Jesse Itzler focuses on his life experiences to build his life resume. Learn how enriching it is to switch your focus to your experiences over “stuff.”

Here’s what Travis discuss in this episode:

  • The term Life Resume has been going around and was coined by Jesse Itzler.
    • Jesse founded Zico Coconut Water and Marquis Jet and part owner of the Atlanta Hawks.
    • He’s sold several companies for billions of dollars and is the husband of billionaire owner of Spanx Sarah Blakely.
  • Travis is always thinking of how I’m going to add to my life resume whether it’s traveling or events.
    • The Adventurists is a website he uses to help add to his life resume.
  • He’s planning to start a movement called “Cool People, Cool Places.”
    • Reach out to Travis if you’re interested at travis@travischappell.com

3 Key Points:

  1. A life resume should be your focus, vs. your work resume.
  2. Try to think of what you can add to your life resume, use enriching experiences.
  3. Resources like The Adventurists can help you decide what to do next.

Tweetable Quotes:

–       “Experiences are what makes life worth living.”

–     “I’ve never regretted adding things to my life resume.”

Resources Mentioned:

181: Top Networking Tips Part 11 with Jay Papasan, Cole Hatter, and Dan Fleyshman

By Travis Chappell | Oct 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

Host Travis Chappell gleans networking tips from three guests: Jay Papasan, co-author of The One Thing, The Millionaire Real Estate Agent, and The Millionaire Real Estate Investor, and VP of Keller Williams Realty; Cole Hatter, prolific real estate investor and founder of the Thrive Make Money Matter Event; and Day Fleyshman, the youngest founder of a publicly traded company in history.

Here’s what Travis, Jay, Cole, and Dan discuss in this episode:

  • Tips from Jay Papasan
    • Be purposeful, be systematic.
    • Every Friday, Jay would meet someone new for coffee, no agenda.
    • Figure out something that’s somewhat unique and that becomes a door opener.
    • I want a short path to people who are doing things that are remarkable.
    • If you can’t afford mentors start with books, YouTube, and podcasts.
  • Tips from Cole Hatter
    • It’s what you know with who you know that matters.
    • When you make more money, your network changes.
    • The team around you has the ability to make you look better or worse than you would on your own.
  • Tips from Dan Fleyshman
    • He rarely asks people for anything, he provides them with things like access, cool, and information.
    • When he does ask for something, he’s very direct about it.

3 Key Points:

  1. Your network is the short path to people who are doing remarkable things and they will lift you up to their level.
  2. When you mix what you know with who you know, that’s when you start making real money.
  3. You have to offer your potential network things that they can’t buy, and rarely ask them for things.

Tweetable Quotes:

–       “Be purposeful, be systematic.” – Jay

–       “It’s what you know WITH who you know that matters.” – Cole

–       “I rarely, rarely, rarely ask anyone for anything, I provide them things they can’t buy.” -Dan

Resources Mentioned:

180: $100 Million and 1 Million Subscribers with Patrick Bet-David

By Travis Chappell | Oct 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Patrick Bet-David, the founder of PHP Agency and Valuetaiment talks about what it takes to make a viral video, the most pivotal moment of Patrick’s life, and his best networking strategies.

Here’s what Travis and Patrick discuss in this episode:

  • Travis tells a quick story from an excerpt from the book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.
    • The story of the gold miner who stopped just three feet from a huge band of gold.
  • How many times have we quit right when we were about to strike gold?
    • We often think it’s preposterous that someone would quit after putting in a lot of work, but it happens all the time.
    • What makes someone stand out when they reach out to you?
      • The team filters the people who want to be on Valuetainment.
      • Guests on Valuetainment are picked and chosen by his team.
      • Be sincere, specific, to the point, and tailor your message to that person.
    • Have you attempted to make a second viral video after your first one?
      • They’ve had two or three other videos that have had a lot of views, but not another 31 million views
      • If virality is your goal, it’s likely that it won’t happen.
      • They shifted their focus from virality to impact.
    • Is the formula to deliver consistent valuable content?
      • The motivation behind the content is important.
      • If you’re trying to be an expert of experts, the standard is way higher.
    • When capitalism got into Patrick’s heart, he realized that entrepreneurship was the route for him.
      • Building businesses became part of his heart.
      • Money is the easiest thing you’ll ever make.
      • We have way too many distractions keeping us from making money.
    • Do you feel that there is an edge or advantage to having an immigrant background?
      • Life is about odds.
      • Growing up in Iran put a lot of fear, anxiety, etc. in him – but the benefit is that you’re more grateful about America.
      • Anything you give to me that’s free comes with a price.
    • How long did it take for you to start PHP from the financial services industry?
      • It took years, he didn’t even know what a mutual fund was.
      • He knew that he wanted to take his father’s money stress away.
    • Is it possible to change something without a big traumatic event?
      • You’re going to change accidentally or intentionally.
      • Be intentional, do it now.
    • How do you find time and how much do you prioritize on-purpose learning and self-education?
      • If he reads a book, its because he’s choosing to read on the topic.
        • He also reads a lot of articles and papers.
        • Nothing is more powerful than your computer.
      • When you started Valuetainment, was it a way to get information or to have debates?
        • He got onto social media last, in the financial industry social media wasn’t really a thing.
        • You won’t know right away who you’re going to be, you’ve got to learn.
        • Start something, the world wants to know what you’re thinking about.
        • Once you understand marketing and storytelling things change.
      • How do you stay relevant?
        • You have to do something different to keep your relevancy.
        • People think that because they’re attractive when they’re 20 they’ll be attractive when they’re 40 and they don’t have to take care of themselves.
      • What are three skills that people need to develop to be successful?
        • Hard work, learn, sell, communicate, stop quitting.
        • You have to be able to read people.
        • The number one skillset for life is learning how to process issues.
      • What will your subscriber event look like?
        • It will be a 2.5-day event to help people think like a CEO.
      • Do you believe that what you know or who you know is more important, and why?
        • Who you know will never make you the expert, it’s one form of equity.
        • With what you know, you’re the expert and people will come to you.
        • Patrick’s focus is more on self-development and who you need to know will show up.

The Random Round:

  • What profession other than your own do you think it would be fun to attempt?
    • Sports owner
  • If you could sit on a park bench with anyone for an hour who would it be, and why?
    • The Shah of Iran
  • How do you like to consume content?
    • Books
  • What’s a book you’d recommend?
    • Laws of Success by Napoleon Hill
  • Give us a glimpse of your morning routine.
    • Up early
    • Spend time with kids
    • Gym
  • What is something that you are not very good at?
    • Not a handyman
  • What is your go-to pump up song?
    • Tupac Hit ‘em Up
  • What is one place where we can find you the most?
    • YouTube on Valuetainment
    • Twitter @patrickbet-david

Tweetable Quotes:

  • Impact is more important than virality.
  • Money is the easiest thing you’ll ever make.
  • I believe that everyone is a capitalist.
  • If you want to be relevant today, you have to have a voice.

Resources Mentioned:

Buildyournetwork.co – Podcast website

BYN.media/fb – Facebook Group

Valuetainment – Patrick’s YouTube channel

179: Stay for the Withdrawal with Travis Chappell

By Travis Chappell | Oct 12, 2018 | 0 Comments

Why do we quit right before striking gold? Learn how one gold miner’s journey is reflective of how we often work hard to reach our goals but lack the commitment to reap the profit of our work.

Here’s what Travis discuss in this episode:

  • Travis tells a quick story from an excerpt from the book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.
    • The story of the gold miner who stopped just three feet from a huge band of gold.
  • How many times have we quit right when we were about to strike gold?
    • We often think it’s preposterous that someone would quit after putting in a lot of work, but it happens all the time.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • Don’t lack the “sticktuitiveness” that’s needed to make withdrawals.
  • Stop quitting too soon, stick around for the withdrawal.

Resources Mentioned:

Buildyournetwork.co – Podcast website

BYN.media/fb – Facebook Group

Think and Grow Rich – book by Napoleon Hill

178: Top Networking Tips Part 10 with Amy Porterfield, Bedros Keuilian, and Billy Gene

By Travis Chappell | Oct 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Amy Porterfield from The Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast, Bedros Keuilian founder of Fit Body Bootcamp, and Billy Gene from Billy Gene is Marketing share their top networking tips.

Here’s what Travis, Amy, Bedros, and Billy discuss in this episode:

  • Tip 1: Amy Porterfield
    • Do you believe that what you know or who you know is more important, and why?
      • It’s who you know to a certain extent.
      • If you can’t get it together and offer value, then it’s never going to work out.
    • Is networking differently than building relationships with your friends?
      • No, it’s all about those organic relationships that happen when your heart is in the right place.
    • What’s a practical way that someone can help add value to people?
      • Little things go a long way with people who are a bit ahead of you but appreciate your feedback.
      • She doesn’t like when people ask how they can support her, that’s a lazy way of making connections.
    • What’s a good way for someone to get your attention and make a difference at an event?
      • If someone mentions the podcast and a specific episode and what they did with it, it makes an impression on her.
    • Boil it down to one tip.
      • You have to get out there in real life.
      • You can start with local events, but get on a plane and go to a big networking event.
    • How many networking events is too much?
      • Try to do once a quarter.
    • Tip 2: Bedros Keuilian
      • How does somebody in your position get access to all of the people you did without moving across the country?
        • You have to cut out the negative, toxic, mediocre people around you.
      • Proximity is power and environmental exposure is king.
        • Get to the place your desired mentors are.
      • Tip 3: Billy Gene
        • Sometimes he’ll offer free services to people he wants to get around and be mentored by.
        • Boil it down to one networking tip.
          • Follow the trends, trends will bring you a lot of success if you can get on top of one.
          • Make someone a good video.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • A number one principle to networking is being genuine and treating people with respect.
  • Sharing your stories, even if they’re small wins, are a big deal to me.
  • Proximity is power and environmental exposure is king.

Resources Mentioned:

Buildyournetwork.co – Podcast website

BYN.media/fb – Facebook Group

177: The Perfect Day with Craig Ballantyne

By Travis Chappell | Oct 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

On this episode of Build Your Network, Host Travis Chappell interviews Craig Ballantyne, author of five books including The Perfect Day Formula and the new book Unstoppable.

Here’s what Travis and Craig discuss in this episode:

  • About Craig Ballantyne
    • He wanted to be a strength and conditioning coach in the NHL.
    • He has a lot of introverted tendencies and is a bookworm.
    • He started writing for Men’s Health Magazine and online workout plans.
    • He built a big network and started helping people become more productive.
  • What brought you to the point you’re at now?
    • He did exercise science in college in an effort to work for the NHL.
    • He got critical credibility and wrote for Men’s Health Magazine for a long time.
    • He started making programs for himself and his friends and then decided to make one and sell it mass market.
      • This exploded in 2003 and he hired his first business coach in 2006.
    • What should we look for in a business coach?
      • Find someone who had been there, done that and experienced results.
      • Make sure they share your morals and ethics.
      • Have some initial communication and make sure you jive with their vibe.
    • Should a coach still be practicing in the area they’re coaching you in?
      • It’s okay for someone to still be studying the area in which they’re coaching, even if they’re not practicing.
    • Have you learned more formal education or informal education?
      • He learned a ton in the academic world, especially for his original career.
      • He didn’t learn anything about business in college.
    • When did you realize that things were taking off?
      • He realized he was making 6-figures and knew he couldn’t stay in the gym all the time.
    • How long did it take you to come up with the Perfect Day Formula?
      • The book came out in 2015 but he started developing the formula in 2006.
    • Talk about the epic battle for life?
      • We could spend all of our time working, so how on earth do you build a proactive approach to life?
      • If you don’t own your morning then you won’t have time to be with your kids and own your day.
    • What does your perfect day look like?
      • Wake up at 3:57 am (Like Mark Wahlberg and The Rock)
      • Start writing by 4:10 am.
        • He has the most discipline, willpower, and intention at this time.
        • He has to write 1,500 words in around 90 minutes.
        • He writes over 20,000 words a week.
      • At 5:30 am he does his meditation.
      • He does a short walk and has breakfast around 7:30 am
      • Prepares for meetings, calls, or does writing.
      • Does a workout.
        • Just weightlifting.
      • Podcasts and filming in the afternoon.
      • Done around 4:30 pm.
    • What does your nightly routine look like?
      • Braindump
      • Organize into a to-do list
      • Do planning on your top priority.
      • Goes to bed between 8 pm and 10 pm.
        • Average about 7 hours of sleep per night.
      • What happens when you stay up later?
        • His brain will probably still wake up at that time, but he wouldn’t set his alarm for 4 am, rather 5 am.
      • How are your energy levels throughout the day?
        • He’s never had a coffee in his life.
        • He has about 50mg of caffeine in the day from Zevia cola or tea.
        • The most important thing is getting up at the same time every day.
      • Give us some key takeaways of your book Unstoppable.
        • It will release in November.
        • This book is about helping entrepreneurs overcome anxiety.
        • Most importantly, it clears the clutter out of your head.
        • Internal misalignment will eventually lead to a panic attack.
        • His next, next book is how to create the perfect week.
      • Talk about how important and crucial its been to build relationships in your life.
        • He’s been able to overcome anxiety, be more of a leader, and be a better person.
        • Go hang around people who make you play up a level in life.
      • Do you have any tips for people who are introverted?
        • Do your research beforehand.
        • Stop thinking and have a normal conversation.
        • Have a position of strength.
        • People love when you ask them what they’re excited to learn.
          • Talk to them like a real person.
        • Talk about the importance of listening when you’re networking.
          • If you can repeat back a summary of what someone’s said, they feel that you get them.
          • We all have confirmation bias.
        • Do you believe that what you know or who you know is more important?
          • In most cases, it’s who you know.
          • Who you know will be the people who teach you what you need to know.
          • Position of strength is an underrated aspect of networking.
            • Anything you have in your experiences or expertise that you can leverage into changing the other person’s perspective of you, use that.

The Random Round:

  • What profession other than your own do you think it would be fun to attempt?
    • Work in the restaurant industry.
  • If you could sit on a park bench with anyone for an hour who would it be, and why?
    • His dad.
  • How do you like to consume content?
    • Books
  • What’s a book you’d recommend?
    • Viktor E. Frankl – Man’s Search for Meaning
    • The Art of Living by Sharon Labell
  • What is something that you are not very good at?
    • Talking to Strangers
    • Art
  • What is your go-to pump up song?
    • Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes
  • What is one place where we can find you the most?
    • Instagram @realcraigballantyne

Tweetable Quotes:

  • Some of the best coaches were not the best players.
  • We could spend all of our time working, so how on earth do you build a proactive approach to life?
  • Make your path smoother for the next morning.

Resources Mentioned: