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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

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Keys to a Decade of Growth

Larry Weidel: I am here today with Mario Arrizon and he once made the point, “seek to understand rather than seeking to be understood.” Obviously, that phrase is something that is making a powerful difference for you.  This is you

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How a Bar Bet Turned into 500 Stores

Larry Weidel: We are here today with Samy Kobrolsy the Co-Founder of Snacklins to talk about winning! Over the last few years, Samy has gotten a crash course about how you navigate the confusing, overwhelming odds against breaking out of the

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Non-Negotiables for Success

Larry Weidel: We are speaking today with million-dollar earner Mary Walker from Carrollton, Georgia who’s run a multimillion-dollar business for decades.  What are some non-negotiables that you won’t tolerate that you would fight to keep out of your life, out

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What Are Your Keywords?

  Larry Weidel: I am here with Seth Resnick, a star in photography from corporate to fine art, to advertising. He also trains and lectures on the technical side of photography and has authored several books on the same. Seth

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Stay in Your Lane, Don’t Get Distracted

Larry Weidel: We are speaking today with a new $2-million-a-year earner from California, Neil Gurfein, a long-time friend who from the beginning—I think it was a gift of God—had a vision of doing things big.   It’s a way of