106 episodes

Storytelling from the heart;
Your host Robert DeLude knows what it means personally to go through hell and come back stronger then ever, Robert now has conversations with people who have overcame their own struggle and now living the life of there dreams.
We all go through struggles it doesn't matter where you came from, you can overcome them and I'M going to show you how! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/noneofyourbusiness/support

None Of Your Business Robert De Lude

    • Personal Journals
    • 4.9 • 13 Ratings

Storytelling from the heart;
Your host Robert DeLude knows what it means personally to go through hell and come back stronger then ever, Robert now has conversations with people who have overcame their own struggle and now living the life of there dreams.
We all go through struggles it doesn't matter where you came from, you can overcome them and I'M going to show you how! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/noneofyourbusiness/support

    # 107 Being a man of action with Jim Wendler ( edited)

    # 107 Being a man of action with Jim Wendler ( edited)

    Hope you all had a great thanksgiving 

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    • 1 hr 13 min
    #106 YOU ARE INHERNTLY WORTHY WITH Jen Elizabeth.

    #106 YOU ARE INHERNTLY WORTHY WITH Jen Elizabeth.

    Good Moring or afternoon, I’m not going to do my normal intro, kind of in rush this am and still want to ad value to you guys,

    Jen Elizabeth @resurrektion_of_me check her out,

    I just launched my new coaching program and giving my listeners a free call just for them, DM me for more details.

    (3:00) Jen is 9 years sober and the branched out and started trauma recovery,

    We need to find out more, we are extremely fragile, Jen thought maybe she was not” worthy “

    (17:00) Pain doesn’t excuse the way someone behaves but it explains the way someone behaves.

    Its explains everything!!

    (28:00) we all go through struggles, for the most part each person who has a routine,

    Jen talks about her intentional time, She wakes up at 4 am.

    (41:00) don’t expect your 12 step rooms to support your trauma, seek outside help!!! Use google

    (54:00) the most important part.



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    • 58 min
    #105 Finding your north star with Nicholas Hinrichsen

    #105 Finding your north star with Nicholas Hinrichsen

    Today's guest is Nicholas Hinrichsen, my Stanford MBA friend who started a Venture Capital backed automotive company in 2013 and sold the business to Carvana in 2017. To do so, Nicholas went through the startup accelerator YCombinator in 2014 and raised $10M of Venture Capital by 2015.

    After his successful exit, Nicholas wanted to do more good for the world and started his next venture Clutch to save Americans thousands of dollars in car payments. The technology platform allows you to refinance your auto loan in seconds and from the comfort of your home.

    This conversation I think will transform your life, we need the mindset on how to pivot and move in a digital world, 



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    • 40 min
    #104 How following your passions can heal your soul. With April Werle

    #104 How following your passions can heal your soul. With April Werle

     Um, I have to not watch the news. I have to limit my time on social media. Um, I think, I mean, you know, black lives matter is so important and it's really important to stay engaged with it. Um, but I think there are, there are people where it's necessary to focus on like the negatives and like share these clips of bad things happening because we need to spread awareness. But at the same time, we also need the people that stay positive because we have to spread positive energy. Um, and that's by sharing your favorite black artists and creators, you know, um, I think both of them are equally as important and, um, I try to participate by sharing my favorite BiPAP creators and black creators. And, um, but otherwise I just like have a really hard time because of my depression to engage in so much negativity.
    Speaker 2: (32:31)
    So me, you know, I do a lot of the same things. Um, I try and I get, uh, you know, people who are supporting the blog has been on my podcast and I want to share their story on there. Um, I just try and stay away from the negative and the negativity as much as possible. I don't watch the news, but really getting people who have been directly affected on it, all my podcasts. Like I want to hear your story. Like I think if as a white male who grew up in Helena Montana, like I, I need to do something like, I didn't realize that white privilege was a thing. Like, okay, let me re word that. I knew
    Speaker 1: (34:12)
    Yeah. I think it also just depends on where you are when I'm in Missoula. I like just don't ever think about my skin color, but I have the luxury of being mixed and mixed Asian. So, um, so it's different for me than it is for other people, but that I've heard stories about that. Um, my, my sister, she is my half sister. She's super fair, blue eyes, really light blonde hair. And her husband is African American and they lived in Helena for awhile, um, kinda like
    Speaker 1: (35:18)
    I think my mom shielded us from it for sure. When we were growing up, um, I, there's a story that she'll always tell people, um, about when I was four years old, we were in Walmart and, um, and I was in the car and this little boy that was my age. He was also in his mom's car in the checkout line. Just said, Hey mom, look at that girl. She's ugly. And he is talking about my skin color. And I think since, especially after then, my mom always made sure that like, she'd always tell us, you should be so proud to be Filipino. And like, she never said Filipino American, like we were always Filipino at home. Um, which was like a struggle after I've traveled to the Philippines a couple of times because, um, being a mix is a different struggle because you never feel like you belong anywhere. Um, yeah. Yeah. Like here I'm not white enough to be white. And then in the Philippines, I'm not Filipino enough to be Filipino, you know? So, um, so in college I kind of figured out that I can't ever call myself one or the other. So now I go by Filipino American and it helps my identity so
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    • 42 min
    #103 Its never to late to do something good with The God Father Of West Coast Hip Hop.

    #103 Its never to late to do something good with The God Father Of West Coast Hip Hop.

    Speaker 2: (00:24)
    I am a hip hop entrepreneur started back in 1978 on the nightclubs on a nightclub on record company called crewcut records. I'm the leader of a group called world-class record group, which was the first group for dr. Dre, DJ yellow clientele, him, myself, Jay DJ Yella, and DJ young. Dr. Dre, when upcoming NWA, I was one that got ice cube, his first record deal, and a group called stereo crew. He was on my label as well under the crew cut records. So you see the movie straight outta Compton. Um, if you ever have seen that movie, he has a guy portraying me in the movie. He's a club owner. Good looking guy. Oh, what is Jerry curl? And you've given Jay a hard time allegedly about playing hip hop songs in his club. Something that never really happened, but you know, that whole situation has changed my life considerably. So I take it.
    Speaker 2: (09:41)
    ell, first we're going to hand I had no musical experience. That was the first trouble. Um, I was, uh, at a young age, I was a DJ sound, a DJ, and fresh out of high school in 75. And, uh, when I believe to go to broadcast school and get a broadcast license, I wanted to be in radio and that didn't happen. But I was, it was right in the middle of the disco era. So I was able to start playing in nightclubs at 19. I thought I went be in a nightclub, only told me, Hey man, I need a DJ. I need a free DJ. Okay. Just don't drink any alcohol, no problem. I don't drink anyway. So I would DJ the club and get my experience. And um, by the time I was 21, I had my own nightclub. And um, my, I think my biggest experience, what my biggest thing I had overcome was, um, not knowing how to make a record.  Speaker 2: (28:37)
    Teach you about credit in schools, man. Credit is one of the most important things you can have in your life. They won't teach it in school. Okay. Credit? I mean, you would think credit would be credit literacy and financial literacy would be something that would be a part of home economics. Okay. I don't need to know how to bake a cake. Okay. The only thing I'm learning to do in home economics when it came to, um, financial literacy with how to write a check, that was it. Okay. They show me how to write a check. Alright. And it jumped me. I didn't have my account too, but they still got it. Right.
    Speaker 2: (32:33)
    bought new equipment and um, I do more podcasts than I do more editing. And you asked me about my morning routine. My morning routine is those three things. You know, I get up and I, uh, evening bowl the bowl of Cheerios and I'm starting my day. Take my vitamins. I'm a vitamin that. So I have about four or five vitamins I take every morning. Um, just to give me, give me started. And they weren't for me, they keep me active, keeps me going. And I'm wanting to put them on my website too. So you can find out what I take. Keep me up.
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    • 38 min
    #102 How to show the world what you can offer while being your authentic self With Artisha Bolding.

    #102 How to show the world what you can offer while being your authentic self With Artisha Bolding.

    Now keep in mind at the time I'm only 38 years old, no medical history, nothing. Right. So this is like completely bananas. And what I found out that was going on, doctors still don't know the root cause, but I was experiencing simultaneous, uh, cardiac failure and respiratory failure. Really? Yes. And it was when I tell you Robert, it was so insane. Like I'm really thankful my family, especially my husband rallied around me, you know, to try to make sure, you know, doctors were doing their best and everything, but it was just really crazy. But, um, and you know, I literally in March before the final hospital say, I actually left with an oxygen tank. I had to have 24 hour oxygen support, like dragging that thing behind me. It was, it was terrible. It was terrible. But literally after getting, you know, release from the ICU downgraded to a regular hospital room, this was may of 2018. I began to write, I immediately began journaling. I began having different types of discussions with my family and even with my caregivers at the hospital. And I knew that it was a literal shock to my system, but a shock to my spirit as well. And so my path just changed forever changed forever. And so journal for your journey was birthed out of that, just having a positive outlook every day, centering yourself and not so much chasing dollars and neglecting the soul work as I call it.Yeah. Instead of going for your purpose and not the dollar sign then.Yes. And then, um, the second book I actually, um, just release a little over a month ago, it's called inductions of power. So the first book is faith based. The second one is, um, strictly self development and professional development it's mindset based. And it's really going to be most helpful for folks who are looking to, um, people that I talk to all the time, like career changers, people who want to be even aspiring authors or entrepreneurs, just the mindset that it takes to go to that next level of self development. (09:48):And how did you get to the next level of self development? (09:51):Oh, well it's, I mean, this has really been a rough road. I will say that. So let me give you just a little bit more history. As far as with, you know, I out of college, you know, jump right into corporate America. I have, um, a very storied if you will background, but in, you know, working in corporate America very early on, I knew that I was just not going to spend the rest of my life working for someone else because I saw how my bosses were relying so heavily on my organizational and operational vision yet they wouldn't give me the autonomy nor the pay that I desire. So, you know, that, that kind of went on for, you know, quite a few years actually. But when I experienced this major health crisis, I had time to really be still, I had time to really sit with my thoughts and to think about what I wanted my life to be moving forward instead of just kind of the monotony of it and to get up and go and okay, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
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    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

NewsletterGirl ,

This is AMAZING!!

Such great content always and the host is awesome!!

Colleen@CoachingThroughChaos ,

Great guests with lots to learn from!

Robert really cares to bring his audience great guests - I’ve definitely been inspired by his conversations! Great job!

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NOYB is a great listen!

I’ve really enjoyed this podcast- it’s personable, relatable, thought-provoking, & inspiring. Highly recommend!

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