When I first tasted Velo Vodka, I was hooked. And when I discovered the founder and CEO of this new brand on the market was a woman and a serial entrepreneur, I had to learn how she has created so many successful businesses.
“I had always had the entrepreneurial bug, since I was like a little girl…just always had this craving to kind of create something, do something different.”
You can learn more about Colleen Eyges, Velo Vodka and her entrepreneurial journey at www.velovodka.com.
Just because you’ve never done something doesn’t mean you can’t, you just have to try. My guest is living by this very same philosophy as an investor in everything from real estate to gold, silver cryptocurrency to even Legos. He has his own company, and is now a published author of two books. But here’s the kicker: He’s only 15 years old and not afraid to learn and grow, and teach people what he already knows.
“Too many people today live in fear. Living in fear only causes you to have negative thoughts, which just drag you down. I want to help build people up.”
You can learn more about Deven and his story at https://www.clearskytrainer.com. His books, “If I Can Do It So Can You” and “The Garage” are available on Amazon and Bookshop.org
Amy Wong says, “Life is a lot like math. It’s a simple idea. But it gets complicated.” It gets complicated, she says, because we live in fear and false perceptions about ourselves. As a former mathematician, and now a transformational coach, Amy Wong has made it her mission to help people thrive by understanding that “choice” is our superpower to living a life on purpose.
“…The quality of our experience of our life, is the sum total of all the choices that we’re making.”
Amy has faced many choices along her journey including overcoming an eating disorder and leaving her high powered job in Silicon Valley to forge a new path.
You can learn more about Amy’s work at www.alwaysonpurpose.com. Her book, “Always On Purpose” is available on Amazon and Porchlight and at Barnes & Noble.
From illiteracy to gang activity, my guest’s childhood prepared him for nothing less than a life of crime and violence. Sentenced to more than 100 years in prison, his journey from the prison yard to Harvard Yard, and a life changing epiphany, is why he has spent every day of his freedom using his voice as an ambassador of hope.
“When you believe and you apply yourself, you don’t need the popular vote. You just need your own commitment.”