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To find the extraordinary in the ordinary. We are all amazing and struggling at the same time. How can we learn from others strengths and from how others are dealing with their struggles?

A guy trying to figure life out » Podcast Colin Dyer

    • Education
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To find the extraordinary in the ordinary. We are all amazing and struggling at the same time. How can we learn from others strengths and from how others are dealing with their struggles?

    #18 – Ran Jerry Maguire’s Agency, built Samsung’s first smartphone, partner with Warren Moon: David Meltzer .

    #18 – Ran Jerry Maguire’s Agency, built Samsung’s first smartphone, partner with Warren Moon: David Meltzer .

    One of the coolest people to be on the podcast. He was the CEO of Leigh Steinberg’s sports agency(inspiration for , he was the CEO of Samsung’s first smartphone business division, he’s the CEO of Sports 1 Marketing. Host of the top 5 podcast the Playbook. Leader of the Unstoppable Foundation

    • 28 min
    #17 – Running two AI companies 45yrs Teaching TM: Russ Guest

    #17 – Running two AI companies 45yrs Teaching TM: Russ Guest

    Russ learned Transcendental Meditation from the same guy who trained the Beatles and was the founder of the TM movement, Maharishi. He’s also the owner of two artificial intelligence companies. An interesting guy.

    • 33 min
    #16 – Filmmaker, Musician, Business man, Athlete, Man of Action: Jaren Hayman

    #16 – Filmmaker, Musician, Business man, Athlete, Man of Action: Jaren Hayman

    What can’t this guy do? The longer I know him the more impressed I am with his talents and hustle. Succeeds at one thing and then flows to the next and dominates it too. He’s also a cool guy, comfortable in who he is, and doesn’t judge you(at least to my face)

    • 34 min
    #15 – Global Director of Stella Artois, World Traveller, Experiencer of life: Andrew Oosterhuis

    #15 – Global Director of Stella Artois, World Traveller, Experiencer of life: Andrew Oosterhuis

    I am lucky to have this Stallion on the podcast and in my life. Very successful in his career with 10years climbing the ladder at InBev/Budweiser however all through the lens of what’s really important in life, relationships and experiences. Andrew has a large presence and energy when you meet him however I think this interview gives insight into how smart and thoughtful he is.

    • 45 min
    #14 - Co-Founder of Women who explore, 186,000 social media followers, mother, adventurer: Lindsay MacNevin

    #14 - Co-Founder of Women who explore, 186,000 social media followers, mother, adventurer: Lindsay MacNevin

    You hear people talk about living your passion, Lindsay is someone who's doing it.  From committing to becoming a writer, to growing a social following to 186K, to turning a social media account into a community and a business where she gets to do what she loves.  Lindsay is modest and awesome and I know I learned a lot, I hope you do too.

    • 44 min
    #13 - The Most Dangerous Dress Shirt, Veteran, Dragon’s Den Pitchman: Jeff Alpaugh

    #13 - The Most Dangerous Dress Shirt, Veteran, Dragon’s Den Pitchman: Jeff Alpaugh

    Really interesting guy who spent almost a decade in the military. Decided to start his business in a week by sending his girlfriend to Vietnam to set up the supply chain, to pitching on Dragon’s Den (Canada’s Shark Tank)

    • 51 min

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