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The Sheila Mac Show

Title: Unlock Your Potential with Bill Storm: Peak Performance Strategist for Tony Robbins - Mindset

The Tony Durso Show

Living Like An Olympian with Bri Seeley

She was raised as an only child by an entrepreneur, dancing to the beat of her own drum. When it was time, Bri got her bachelors degree and next her masters degree in fashion design. 

She knew when it came time to get a real job, she still wanted to have her creativity. What followed was Bri accidentally started her own fashion label.  

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Scaling from 1 to 100 with Henry Ma

He started off in investment banking after graduating from NYU with a degree in finance and economics, but little did he know that would be something completely different from what he’s doing now.  

Henry enjoyed the challenge of working in investment banking, but it was less fulfilling than he had thought in terms of growing and scaling. 

U.S. Army Veteran, Death Row Correctional Officer, Corporate Sales Trainer, and Author

The Tony Durso Show

Happy Leader Methodology with Tia Graham

Tia Graham is an international speaker, best-selling author and consultant on positive psychology and engagement. She worked with dozens of global companies such as Goldman Sachs, Hilton Hotels and Hewlett Packard to elevate employe engagement and drive bottom line results.

Prior to founding her company, Arrive at Happy, she led teams at luxury hotels in the United States and Europe for brands such as W Hotels, Westin and The London.

Saving With Steve with Steve Sexton

Guest, Miriam Ortiz y Pino, Money Mindset and Organization

Voices of Courage with Ken D Foster

Guest, Darius Stevens Wilhere, How to Create Hollywood-Looking Film Without a Blockbuster Budget

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The Values Factor with Dr John Demartini

He was challenged as a child with learning. His first grade teacher told his parents he'll never be able to read or write or communicate effectively, go very far in life or amount to much. 

But he made it through his classes in school by asking questions of the smartest kids until he was 12 as the family then moved. There weren't "smart kids" to help him at the new school he went to, and he wound up failing and dropping out of school.

Saving With Steve with Steve Sexton

Guest, Alejandra Rojas, happy and Wealthy finance professional and money coach