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4 Ways Building a Company Taught Me More Than College Could

4 Ways Building a Company Taught Me More Than College Could

| June 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

I’m not ashamed to say that I didn’t attend college. Culturally, being Indian, it’s quite strange to hear that. I was very close to attending, and had my opportunity at Gravity4 not come along (pre-launch), I would be sitting in a classroom probably learning about how a Roman empire conquered a piece of land that […]

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Become Insanely Successful By Helping Others with Scott Gerber

Become Insanely Successful By Helping Others with Scott Gerber

| June 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hey guys, today I interview Scott Gerber, Co-founder of the Young Entrepreneurs Council.  Scott is someone I’ve known for years, and was the original “young entrepreneur blogger”.  We met back in 2008 when he was writing for Entrepreneur Magazine and starting the YEC. Listen to the podcast here. Scott is the author of “Never Get […]

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Podcast #3: How to Be a Freak of Nature with Daniel DiPiazza

Podcast #3: How to Be a Freak of Nature with Daniel DiPiazza

| May 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hey guys! If you don’t know my good friend Daniel DiPiazza it’s about time you guys met. Dan is a freak- and I mean that in the nicest way possible. He is the founder of of Rich20something.com, a bodybuilding fiend, jiu jitsu fighter, and all around cool guy. Daniel’s work is published all over including, Inc […]

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Hold Your Head High and Your Expectations Higher

Hold Your Head High and Your Expectations Higher

| May 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

  Reality – Expectations = Happiness That’s the formula right? If you got out of bed today expecting every person you looked at to punch you in the face, then you could probably have a pretty great day when no one actually did that to you, huh? The premise is that if you don’t get […]

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The Art of Non-Doing

The Art of Non-Doing

| May 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Some days I don’t feel like doing anything. But most of the time, it’s to-do list central.  I have tons of energy but still not enough time to do everything on my agenda. I rush through my list, my brain races, and then by about noon I can hardly see straight. I bet you know […]

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It’s Time to Admit What You Truly Want Out of Life (and get it)

It’s Time to Admit What You Truly Want Out of Life (and get it)

| May 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Making decisions… this is the defining ability of humanity. We can do more than react to life’s challenges instinctively. We can look forward, decide what we want, and act accordingly. This ability gives us power beyond our wildest dreams and yet so few of us utilize it anywhere near it’s full potential. Life is Hard That’s […]

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Why the Balance Between Your Left and Right Brain Is Killing Your Creativity

Why the Balance Between Your Left and Right Brain Is Killing Your Creativity

| April 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

I have anxiety. I still get antsy.  I still get nervous.  My mind still races. Too many things to do. The other night I woke up at 4:30AM worrying that my groups of travelers wouldn’t make it to see Machu Picchu because of something I screwed up. The computations in my mind started running…  100% […]

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Training For Life As An Entrepreneur

Training For Life As An Entrepreneur

| April 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recently I was listening to the final episode of this podcast titled Start Up. In the episode one of the first investors in Uber was talking about Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s quirks and really calling attention to how strange a species guys like him are. This got me thinking about how strange all successful entrepreneurs […]

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Kanye Gave Me The Green Light

Kanye Gave Me The Green Light

| April 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a veterans hiring training program. The program was presented by The Coalition for Government Procurement. The primary purpose of the event was to share veteran hiring strategies with hiring managers and employment recruiters. A considerable amount of notable companies were represented at the event: i.e. General Dynamics, Harris […]

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Listening To Your Gut

Listening To Your Gut

| March 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

How to give yourself some credit and realize that you know more than you think you know. Have you ever had a “gut” feeling? Also called a hunch, a feeling, and intuition. Pretty much everyone has. A gut feeling is when you feel very strongly about something even when you cannot see the whole picture. […]

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