This is a story about a meth house—kind of.
Brian Hamrick bought a house in New Mexico that he thought would generate passive income. In reality, it only led to a horror story that almost cost him tens of thousands of dollars, all because he trusted the wrong person.
Listen in as Brian tells how that house led him down a completely new investment path—with a few twists along the way.
John Morgan is a comedian, musician, and actor who’s been all around the world and made millions as a renowned George W. Bush impersonator.
The crazy thing? He almost never tried to pursue that career. In fact, he thought it was a terrible idea, something only an insane person would do.
In this episode, John tells the story of why he ultimately decided to pursue a career as a celebrity look-alike—and how fear almost crippled his shot at a job that has given him so much joy and success.
Perry Marshall has been incredibly influential in the sales and marketing worlds, laying the foundation for the $100 billion Pay Per Click industry. But he had to fail first.
In the ‘90s he worked for Amway. After six years, tens of thousands of dollars lost, and significant damage to his marriage, he finally gave up. This episode tells the story of everything that happened in between—and how Perry’s Amway failure spurred him on to the massive success he’s found today.
Work/Life balance isn’t just a trendy catch phrase.
Issues in your personal life can and will affect your business dealings. Often, these issues will feel as if they are completely out of your control, but by making small changes in your mindset, you can keep personal issues from turning into major business failures.
In this episode, Dave Charlson, Executive Coach at IKON Coaching Group, explains his experiences with failure when the mortgage bubble burst at the same time that his personal life was falling apart. Here’s how those dual failures led him to finding authenticity in his business dealings and satisfaction in his life overall.
James Carbary, Founder of Sweet Fish Media, had an unmistakable entrepreneurial spirit. But going back to rock bottom is really hard after you’ve made money.
You have to be willing to take your licks, get up, and keep going, as he learned all too well with his first entrepreneurial venture.
Listen in to hear James tell the story of how his first startup was doomed from the day it launched—and how you can avoid the same mistakes.
Wade Myers is the Founder of Boldmore Growth Partners—but that doesn’t even begin to describe his vast experience as an entrepreneur and investor.
Wade has an epic failure story, and he was kind enough to share it. When all was said and done, his company had raised a total of $75 million but had to be sold for $4 million.
But out of that difficulty, Wade developed a predictive methodology to predict corporate failure and success. In this episode, he shares part of that methodology, as well as the whole story behind his failure and the many critical lessons he learned from it.