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Why Gen Y Needs to Build Something That Lasts Forever

| September 11, 2013 | 26 Comments

I’ve been off the radar for a little bit.  Not writing much…. In the depths of summer, grinding it out in New York City building a company. Sometimes I ask myself, is this for me? This week I lost my voice.  Why?  Because I didn’t sleep much.  I was at the office at 7:45AM, back […]

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Zen (Business) Habits: Stop Stressing and Enjoy the Ride

| July 15, 2013 | 18 Comments

I wrote “You’re Already a Millionaire, All You Have To Do Is Show Up”. How many successful people have you heard say: I always knew I was going to be successful? Maybe it’s supreme confidence, or maybe they realized that they were put on earth to do something and executed upon it, but my article came […]

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13 Quotes & Places To Hear the Story of Under30CEO & Under30Experiences

| June 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Since we officially rolled out our new travel company Under30Experiences last week, we’ve been busy telling our story around the web.  We’ve had such amazing ups and downs building Under30CEO and Under30Experiences, that we decided to share some actionable advice, lessons learned, and the whole inspirational story to help you along your own journey… Here […]

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You Are Already a Millionaire: All You Have to Do Is Show Up

| June 20, 2013 | 21 Comments

I just got back from an inspiring couple hours with my friend and Under30CEO contributor Michael Peggs.  Throughout the course of a couple beers, we got into some pretty deep, philosophical stuff about life, business, and the future.  What came of it was this: Whatever you believe your future to be is true.  You just have […]

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Building a Business You Love with Joe Knoernschild, Co-Founder of Hurley

| June 19, 2013 | 1 Comment

Matt Wilson: When you started Hurley you were 26.  Can you tell us a story from the early days living the surf entrepreneur lifestyle? Joe K: 1980, 26 years old, happily married with Cindy and our young son Joel, teaching Junior High 4 years, waiting tables, exporting surfboards to Japan and managing Hurley Surfboards.  And, I […]

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25 Ways To Live Differently

| June 13, 2013 | 17 Comments

If your goal is to live a boring life and be like everyone else, you are probably well on your way. However, if your life goal is to make your own decisions and live on your own terms; look at what the masses are doing, then start doing the opposite. Changing your life isn’t difficult. These […]

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Build a Machine: The Key to Creating Systems in Your Business and Life

| June 12, 2013 | 5 Comments

  Last week, you read about #BeastMode.  How to have more energy than ever.  While energy is great for hustling, for grinding, and being ontop of your game, let’s face it– your own personal energy is only going to get you so far.  What you really need is to be a machine. A well oiled […]

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#BeastMode: How to Have More Energy Than Ever

| June 5, 2013 | 14 Comments

#BeastMode You may have heard the expression coined by NFL Running Back Marshawn Lynch, but do you really have what it takes to go beast mode?  How do we get that extra energy to take us to the next level? And more importantly, what do we do with it once we have it, to see […]

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How Working From Home Three Hours on Monday Increases Productivity, Fitness, and Nutrition

| June 3, 2013 | 22 Comments

I had been struggling.  After being abroad in paradise for seven months, adjusting to the grind of New York City was taking it’s toll.  I was having a tough time getting back to performing at my peak.  The travels were amazing, but I lost 10 lbs of muscle, had gone from 6 meals per day […]

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Do You Have a LOFA Problem? (Lack of F*cking Adventure)

| May 28, 2013 | 7 Comments

This Memorial Day I woke up feeling strange here in the States.  I had no energy and the rainy 45 degree weekend must have had me down.  I spent a quiet weekend in the suburbs on the couch, catching up on work… Answering a few hundred emails…. Yawn. Then the weather broke.  Yet I still […]

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