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Shit You Don’t Learn in College with Zander Fryer – Episode 395

“Just because you’re on a path, doesn’t mean you should walk it. And just because you’re good at something, doesn’t mean you should do it… The difference between you and me is I’m actually living my dream, and you’re just dreaming one.” Zander Fryer, best-selling author, internationally renowned speaker, and world traveler, isn’t just a corporate dropout. After leaving a successful corporate career at the age of 27, Zander started his company, High Impact Coaching, to inspire and provide entrepreneurs with the tools to create success in their businesses. From nearly going broke, to generating a six-figure coaching business in… continue reading.

The Attributes of Successful People with Rich Diviney – Episode 390

Rich Diviney draws upon 20+ years experience as a US Navy SEAL Officer, where he completed 13 overseas deployments.  Throughout his career he achieved multiple leadership positions, including Commanding Officer.   During his time as the officer in charge of training for a specialized command, Diviney reworked the selection and assessment program to identify key attributes rather than just skills.  This allowed him to more effectively explain the success and failure of candidates and more importantly it allowed him to put together the highest performing team possible.   Since retiring from active duty Rich has worked as a speaker, facilitator and consultant… continue reading.

How to Get Focused and Dominate – Episode 334

In this episode, I share my thoughts on coronavirus, essential businesses, gyms reopening, The Last Dance, MJ vs. LeBron, the importance of quality food, keeping your immune system strong, and Robert Pattison NOT wanting to train for his role as the new Batman (spoiler alert: f*ck him then; bring Christian Bale back). Then I do a deep dive on a listener question about getting focused, blocking distractions and going all on in your most important thing.  Hope you enjoy it.  Please share this episode and leave an iTunes review.  I appreciate you for listening. continue reading.

How to be a Better Coach, Build Your Business, and Grow Your Instagram with Olympic Medal Winning Boxer, Tony Jeffries – Episode 299

To say Tony Jeffries is “successful” is an understatement equal to saying the NY Yankees have “good” hitters. It just ain’t enough. Tony is undefeated as a professional boxer, is a 2008 Olympic bronze medalist, holds 5 European medals and is a 7-time National Champion. For most people that’s more than a lifetime worth of achievement, and enough to make them spend the rest of their days on easy street, but not Tony. After his decorated boxing career was over, his drive and passion for helping people led him to the fitness industry. continue reading.

How to Be a High Performer and Achieve Personal Power Mastery with Douglas Vermeeren – Episode 268

Imagine what would happen if you were able to connect with the world’s highest performers and somehow convince them to teach you their secrets to success. What if you learned what the most successful people on the planet do to create such phenomenal results? From their actions and habits to their mindset and philosophies, what if you came to understand exactly what separates the top 1% of achievers from the rest of the world? Now you can, thanks to my guest in this episode of Renegade Radio, Douglas Vermeeren. Often referred to as “the modern day Napoleon Hill,” Douglas is… continue reading.

How to Be an Extraordinary Coach with Ajit Nawalkha – Episode 266

Ajit Nawalkha is on a mission to directly impact a million lives. He overcame the many disadvantages of his humble beginnings in India to eventually become the CEO of Mindvalley, the co-founder of several other successful companies, host of Evercoach, and a best-selling author. He attributes much of his success to the mentors and coaches that have helped him along the way. Their wisdom and guidance not only helped Ajit achieve his goals, but also instilled in him a passion for helping others become their best. His book, “The Book of Coaching for Extraordinary Coaches,” is a practical, actionable guide… continue reading.