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Taking Things Step by Step

Larry Weidel:  I’m here with Guinness McFadden Jr., the owner & trainer of the 2019 Kentucky Derby winner CountryHouse. We’re talking about lessons of winning in the horse world.   Training a horse is like dealing with a teenager. They can

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Starting a Successful Business Out of College

Larry Weidel: Welcome everybody. I’ve got a real treat for you.  We’re in Aspen right now with Susan Gershon, who’s got a really interesting past. LW:  Susan started out in the restaurant business in college. She stayed in that for 10

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How to Make Growth Happen

High achievers think about growth all the time. Why is that? They know that if they improve, they can grow and keep on winning. Growth doesn’t happen by itself and the clearer you are about how to make it happen, the

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The Story Behind $118 Million in Sales

Larry Weidel: Hello everybody. I am very excited to bring you a new friend, Roman Sharf. Roman is somebody you might want to interact with in a big way going forward as things start to fall into place in your

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Some of Us Have to Climb the Mountain

Larry Weidel: I am talking with Robert Burr, the CEO & President of Panex, an oil exploration production company.  As a CEO you’ve had to convince people you have the drive and excitement to make big things happen and your

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How to Compound and Multiply Huge Payoff for Your Time

Larry Weidel: I am here with Rusty Crossland, and I wanted to ask Rusty something that he knows as well as anybody. This is something that I want you guys thinking about when you’re starting your business off, and you’re putting all this

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How to Find Your Niche and Become the Best You Can Be

Larry Weidel: I am here with Peter Hurley, the “Headshot King” named by Popular Photography Magazine and a personal hero of mine. Peter Hurley: Thanks for having me. I’m psyched to be here. LW: I’ve read about you in all kinds of

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Bloom Where You Are Planted

Larry Weidel: I am here this afternoon with Bryan Clayton, CEO and co-founder of GreenPal, Uber like lawn care service, which is averaging $1 million in revenue a month, $20 million annual revenue for 2020, and growing by 200 percent annually.

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How Frank Got the Ecuador Congressional Medal of Success

Larry Weidel: I’m here with a legend in two countries and the financial services world. Very few people are that well-known coast to coast but, if you do something great and have insane success, it reverberates. Frank Dillion: Firstly, I

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9 Years and Universal Studios Weren’t the Answer

Larry Weidel: We are here with Mical Pyeatt from California.   Mical’s a million-dollar earner, always been a success, and has a tremendous business that he’s built and stood the test of time.He’s solid as a rock. He’s been involved in every

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It Only Takes One Person to Make a Lone Nut Into a Leader

Larry Weidel: I’m here this afternoon with Anthony Franco, a serial entrepreneur that’s had five startups so far and is four years into his current one.   He’s the founder of M.C. Squares, a dry erase whiteboard tile business. They