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Raw, Unscripted, and unedited--because real conversations are the best conversations. Brought to you by the author of Fish Out of Water, entrepreneur, and all-around curious dude, Calvin Wayman.

In this show, you get to join authentic, unscripted, and unedited conversations with some of your favorite people around business, tech, tools, people, and pop culture to satisfy all that makes you curious.
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How do you go about losing 50 pounds, or running 50 miles, or removing $50k in debt?   Or even doing something like getting paid to speak, or publishing your first book?   The answer is simpler than you think. If you’re a BIG dreamer, and now you’re just wondering how to make it happen, this episode is for YOU!   #StayCurious
Have you ever felt like quitting?   When you’re at the end of your rope, how do you bounce back?    On today’s show, I’m speaking with Mike Young, host of the Made Over podcast.    Mike has his fair share of experiences with hitting road blocks. But what’s been super inspiring is seeing how he not only hit into those obstacles, but also find the light at the end of the tunnel.   He’s documented his “way out,” and also inspires others to do the same.    If you’ve ever felt unsure of yourself or how to get through, this episode is for you!   #StayCurious
Have you ever wanted to write a book?    Most people do.    What’s also true, is most people never will.   Why?    Simply, they don’t know where to start.   On today’s show, I’m going to share how you could make your dream a reality—how to publish your book in under 2 months!   #StayCurious
Did you know that 92% of goal-setters FAIL?!   Yup.    Change of subject. Have you ever gone after something, only to eventually lose steam?   Well, that’s why 3 years ago I wrote Fish Out of Water: The Guide To Achieving Breakthrough and Permanently Transforming Into The New You!   And on today’s episode, I’m calling it “Give Day Friday!” because to celebrate the 3-year anniversary, I’m giving Fish Out of Water for FREE! Yup. Strings attached? Zero. There are other cool prizes too! Just my way of having fun with this book over the past several years. I hope you enjoy!   #StayCurious
How do you go from broke to multi-six figures, and even into seven figures?    That’s what Chad Thibodeaux and I talk about on today’s show. This episode is JAM PACKED with valuable takeaways from beginning to end.    If you’re looking to “make it” in business, this is your episode.   Enjoy the show!   #StayCurious
This episode is pulling back the curtain a bit—something I’ve never done.   I actually didn’t know if I for sure was going to make this an actual episode, but here you go.    Do you ever wish you could be a “fly on the wall” in real business situation?   On today’s episode, it’s a real conversation with my coaching client Carrie Paxton on brainstorming ideas for “lead magnets” that she can create for her business.   I think it’s a cool view into how the creative process looks. I hope you enjoy.   #StayCurious
The biggest opportunity in my business over the past year is getting better at marketing.   That’s a fancy of way of saying, historically, I’ve sucked at marketing.   At least, I haven’t been up to par with what I know is possible.   The good news is, I’ve become obsessed with understanding marketing better over this year, and on today’s show, I’m distilling it down to 3 super simple ideas that has helped me understand marketing in a completely deeper way.   No matter what business you’re in, if you want to grow, marketing is one of those “80/20” activities that helps many other things fall into place.    Enjoy the show!   #StayCurious  
“You’ll never meet your destiny in your comfort zone.”    That line gives the perfect taste of today’s episode.   I’m speaking with Chance Cessna. She’s someone who din’t start off with the best of circumstances. But in her homelessness, to being in debt, depression, and a mountain of other things, she still managed to use her rock bottoms as a platform to build upon.   She declared that she would go from the “pit the palace.” The story is remarkable. She shares not only how she did it, but how others can, too. And the solution might be simpler this you think. This is an episode you don’t want to miss.    #StayCurious
On today’s show, I’m in San Diego hanging out with two entrepreneurs—Dustin Heiner and Sagi Shrieber.    The topic? Money.    We go deep in thinking of money in more of a positive light, but also how coming from a place of “giving” dramatically increases abundance in your life.    #StayCurious
How do you find your “next step?”   This is a question I get all the time, especially when it comes to people trying to find their passion.   But on today’s short episode, I have the answer (and a challenge) and it might be easier than you think. Let’s dive in :)   #StayCurious
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Derek Brown

Yo! love your content but I have a suggestion. I feel you need to record at a higher volume. all my other cast I listen to I can clearly hear but yours I have to turn my volume up, especially on your mic. the guest volume is usually louder but both need to be turned up. Just saying, keep up the awesome content. love it!

Feb 26th
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Lloyd Dodgen

dude this was amazing

Dec 20th
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Lloyd Dodgen

Rich Roll's story is awesome. Finding Ultra is a book I want to read.

Sep 26th
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Amber Barlow Toler

omg... beer bongs with vodka?! How did he not die?! It's cool to see successful people's stories. Love this podcast :)

Jul 15th
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Amber Barlow Toler

I loved this episode! Bryce seems like a very cool, very authentic guy, and I appreciate his real talk on mortality, choosing health, the three components of a solid morning routine. At this point my "favorites" queue in my podcast app is basically all Curious episodes...

Jun 19th
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Amber Barlow Toler

Calvin does a great job interviewing, conversation style. All of his episodes are so unique and diverse, and so authentic! They each include inspiring information that makes you think, and if you apply what he and his guests talk about, I can attest to the fact that your life will change for the better. Thanks so much for the quality content Calvin!

Jun 14th
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Amber Barlow Toler

This is soooo good! It's awesome hearing from badass women, and her insights about spirituality and how it relates to all other areas of your life are on point. This is another one of my favorite episodes, one that I've gone back to listen to a few times. Badass. Can't wait to read her book, too :)

Jun 14th
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Amber Barlow Toler

I've probably listened to this podcast episode a dozen times, and I've used a lot of his tips and techniques in my own goal setting and visualization processes. My first recalibration date was in May, and the ways in which parts of my life have begun to shift are amazing! This is the only podcast that I listen to regularly, and I can honestly say I come away with good information from every episode. Thanks so much for creating such quality content, Calvin!

Jun 14th
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Lloyd Dodgen

I just loved this podcast. Listening to it again as I prep for my unplugged weekend to get focused on my vision and goals. Thank you so much for this. The idea for this question came from listening to Tim Ferriss when he talks about first principles - foundations versus tactics and strategies. Asking how you got out of debt is tactics and. strategies. Asking how you set your goals and visions, and more importantly follow through is first principles. I wanted to learn from someone I trust and relate to on how they conquer their own dreams and successes. Now I have a foundation to go an do the same for my dreams and successes. I can't thank you enough for going for it in your life. My fire is clearer and more tangible than ever before because of your actions. This year is already great and by the end it will be the year everything changes for me.

Apr 21st
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Lloyd Dodgen

Dude this was so helpful. Not only for health and fitness goals, but for all of my other goals that I have. Just make things simple as possible. So simple that I can be consistent with it overtime. Thanks my man, thanks.

Mar 31st
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Daniel Fortune

Wow... Great podcast! Thanks for answering my question, Calvin. Definitely a lot to chew on.

Feb 10th
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Lloyd Dodgen

what a great podcast!!! thanks!!!

Feb 9th
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Leroy Wayman

Pretty interesting episode #7 :-)

Jan 30th
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Robert Miller

Calvin rocks!

Jan 26th
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Calvin Wayman

Robert Miller Agreed ;)

Jan 28th
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