Michael O'Neal chats with other unemployable icons and successful gamechangers to learn how to take your skills and hobbies and turn them into a business. Nominated As "Best New Show of 2013" by Stitcher Radio, Our range of guests takes us from comedy, to acting, to the NFL, to UFC and MMA, to Top Music Stars, to Millionaires, to Business Experts, to Real Estate moguls, and everything in between. Guests like James Altucher, Adam Carolla, Hines Ward, Sam Jones, Tucker Max, Jonathan Fields, Derek Halpern, Pat Flynn, Amy Porterfield, John Lee Dumas, Chris Ducker, Chris Brogan, Guy Kawasaki, Mike Johnston, Rich Franklin, Jack Canfield, Michael Gerber, and many more, these casual conversations contain tons of action-inducing content wrapped up in an entertaining candy shell.
796: Steve Weatherford Will Make You Want to Run Through a Brick Wall
Former New York Giants kicker Steve Weatherford was in Studio today. After retiring from the NFL, Steve has become a motivational and mindset coach that will make you re-frame and re-think most of the decisions you make during the course of the day. His mindset is of a true champion, and if you are in need of some coaching, this episode is going to blow your socks off.
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818: The Ultimate COVID Pivot: Turning Your Brain Inside Out, with Gary Arndt
So, what if you made your living by traveling around the world and taking pictures, then they shut they world down? Well, that’s what today’s guest, Gary Arndt (http://everything-everywhere.com) had to do. Listen in to see how he solved the problem by “turning his brain inside out” and creating monetizable content.
Check out his new daily podcast at http://everything-everywhere.com/podcast
817: Matt Farah, Pivoting, and Westside Collector Car Storage
Today’s returning guest is Matt Farah from Westside Collector Car Storage, a first class car storage facility he’s spent the last 5 years wrangling the City of Los Angeles to build. His whole business model changed when he decided to simplify his (1 million sub) YouTube channel and branched off into this entrepreneurial venture.
Check it out at http://wccs.com
Check The Smoking Tire on YouTube
816: Build Your Amazon Empire From Home – Incredible Tips from Amazon Megaseller, Ashley Armstrong
Ashley Armstrong (http://amazauthority.com) was raised a world-class athlete, and has applied that same mentality to not only growing multiple 7 figure Amazon businesses, but helping A-listers and budding entrepreneurs as well. In this episode she shares her journey as well as tricks of the trade.
She’s also got an incredible bit of software, http://productinfographic.com that helps share the information about your products in the best possible way.
If you’ve thought about ecommerce, this is the episode for you!
815: Are You Coachable? How to Be A Great Student
On this episode I chat about a recent experience I had with someone that was tough to coach, which opened up the conversation about “being coachable”.
814: Operating “Normally” Despite Life’s MAJOR Curveballs, with J Ryan
My buddy J Ryan (Late Night Playset) stopped by to talk about how he got into TV production, what happened when he stole David Letterman’s microphone (for real) and how to operate “normally” when life hands you a hurricane.
Check out Late Night Playset on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1EtbLjzhUQ4_z0JP-0_KJw?sub_confirmation=1
And on IG: http://instagram.com/latenightplayset
The Only Show I Don’t Mind Twisting The Volume Nob For
For some reason, when I listen to this show in my car, I have to really crank it up to listen to it. When I listen to it on my headphones, all is fine though, so it’s not the production quality of the show, it’s my car stereo. Michael’s show almost makes me want to go out and buy a new one. That’s how much I like to listen to this show. Why? It’s the guests, the stories they tell, and the way Michael focuses the interview on great conversation and not just actionable content.