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Ep 52: Neil deGrasse Tyson: Astrophysicist and Master of the Universe

Ep 52: Neil deGrasse Tyson: Astrophysicist and Master of the Universe

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History and Director of the Hayden Planetarium.  He is also the host of the hit radio and Emmy-nominated TV show StarTalk, and the...

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Ep 51: Jon Dorenbos: Former NFL star, magician, and survivor

Ep 51: Jon Dorenbos: Former NFL star, magician, and survivor

Jon Dorenbos is a former professional football player and magician.  He played for 14 seasons in the NFL as a long snapper with the Tennessee Titans and Philadelphia Eagles.  He had a parallel career as...

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Ep 50: Steve Schwarzman: Co-founder and CEO of Blackstone

Ep 50: Steve Schwarzman: Co-founder and CEO of Blackstone

Steve Schwarzman is the co-founder and CEO of Blackstone, one of the world’s largest and most successful investment funds with over a half trillion dollars under management. Steve is an active philanthropist with a history...

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The Biggest Cost of Being an Entrepreneur

The Biggest Cost of Being an Entrepreneur

Being an entrepreneur is a huge financial sacrifice.  You may not draw any salary while you’re bootstrapping and/or looking and begging for capital and even once you have the means to pay yourself, it will...

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How We Define Ourselves

How We Define Ourselves

Many moons ago I spent the summer working in Porto, Portugal.  At the time, the country was far less developed than the rest of Western Europe.  Portugal was lightyears behind the economies and hustle and...

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The Scariest Thing I’ve Ever Done

The Scariest Thing I’ve Ever Done

I once left a perfectly good paying job with loads of student debt and almost no savings to my name to launch a company.   I’ve flown planes, jumped out of planes, paraglided off 5,000 foot...

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