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Entrepreneur, author, and real estate expert Jimmy Rex interviews exceptional people living extraordinary lives. From top athletes and influencers to billionaire business owners and politicians. Jimmy interviews a wide variety of experts and shows us the clues to taking control of your life and being the hero of your own story.
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Guest Bio: Dr. Zelenko graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. degree with high honors in Chemistry from Hofstra University. After receiving an academic scholarship to attend S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo School of Medicine, he earned his M.D. degree in May 2000. Dr. Zelenko completed his family medicine residency at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside, N.Y. in May 2004. Since then, Dr. Zelenko has practiced family medicine in New York’s Hudson Valley. He has been described by his patients as a family member to thousands of families, and is a medical adviser to the volunteer ambulance corps in Kiryas Joel, New York. In March 2020, Dr. Zelenko’s team was one of the first in the country to successfully treat thousands of Covid-19 patients in the prehospital setting. Dr. Zelenko developed his now famous “Zelenko Protocol,” which has saved countless lives worldwide, while he was fighting recurrent and metastatic sarcoma, had open heart surgery, and aggressive chemotherapy. He has also persevered against unrelenting defamation of character from the media, and threats against his person. Dr. Zelenko is an observant orthodox Jew, married with 8 children, and has authored two books called Metamorphosis and Essence to Essenc
Guest Bio:While pursuing a professional boxing title in the ring, Flores ranked among the top 15 cruiserweight in the world. After posting a 112-10 amateur record, he fought his first two professional bouts on NBC broadcasts in May 2003. Flores was the 2001 and 2002 U.S. men’s national champion, and was the only American to win gold in the Four Nations Championship in 2002. He has a career record of 31 wins (20 knockouts), and 1 loss, and is a five-time North American champion.Now, B.J. is training the next generation of boxing with guys like Jake Paul who are making names for themselves in the sport.
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John Taylor is currently a managing partner at a company that he started called Grit Marketing. Known for his success in the door-to-door industry, John has built teams at Grit and Greenix where he also sat as the Vice President of Sales before starting his own venture.Grit Marketing - https://www.gritmarketing.net/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/johnptaylor10/
Guest Bio:“Montana isn’t just where I live,” says Satsang’s Drew McManus. “It’s my heart, my soul. Along with my family, it’s my everything.”It’s little wonder, then, that the state played such a pivotal role in inspiring ‘All Right Now,’ Satsang’s extraordinary new album and debut release for venerated indie label Side One Dummy. Written and recorded during an extended hiatus from the road, the record finds McManus reconnecting with his western roots and exploring a whole new palette of sounds and textures, drawing on classic country and modern Americana to forge a joyful, rustic collection all about letting go and living in the moment. McManus produced the album himself, and while the songs here are certainly honest and deeply personal, they’re written in a spiritual language that taps into something far more universal, something inherent in the human condition that binds us as brothers and sisters on a shared journey to find ourselves and our place in this world. The performances and arrangements are broad and spacious to match, reflecting the wide-open fields and soaring mountains that surrounded the band during the whirlwind recording process, and the result is a lush, organic collection fueled by acoustic guitars, fiddle, and pedal steel, a warm, inviting record that hints at everything from Uncle Tupelo and The Jayhawks to Gregory Alan Isakov and The Head and the Heart as it meditates on the power—and the pull—of home.“I’ve been on the road for the last five or six years straight,” says McManus, “so being back in Montana for a whole year was a big change. Having that kind of uninterrupted time at home helped me fall back in love with songwriting in a whole new way.”Though McManus was born in Montana, he actually spent much of his formative years in Des Moines, IA. His childhood was troubled, to say the least, marked by physical abuse at home and a nose for trouble that surrounded him. Music offered an escape, though, and McManus found solace in the punk rock and hip-hop he discovered through his love of skateboarding. Brash and aggressive, the songs were a far cry from the country tunes his mother played on endless loop around the house.“She loved the old stuff like Buck Rogers and Hank Williams,” McManus recalls, “but she was really into that mid-to-late-nineties sound, guys like Garth Brooks and Randy Travis and Travis Tritt. I didn’t get it at the time, but she always used to tell me, ‘Someday, when you’re older, you’ll come back to this music.’”Desperate to escape his surroundings and convinced that he’d wind up in jail like his brother if he stayed, McManus left home as a teenager and moved in with his older sister in Chicago. His first few years there played out like one long party, but as time wore on, it became apparent that the party was spiraling out of control. “It was clear to everyone else around me that I was an alcoholic and a drug addict,” McManus explains. “Eventually, my friends just sat me down and said, ‘We think you’re going to die if you keep this up.’”So McManus packed his bags and headed back to Montana, where his biological father worked at a rehab clinic. The road to recovery was a long and arduous one, but McManus eventually got clean and sober, fell in love, and married the woman of his dreams. For the first time in a long time, life was good, and yet it still felt like something was missing, like some fundamental building block of his personality was being neglected. It wasn’t until McManus found himself on a backpacking trek in the Himalayas that the final piece of the puzzle fell into place. “I realized on that trip that you only get one shot at life,” says McManus, “and if you’ve got a chance to utilize your talents and follow your dreams, then you’ve got to go for it. It gave me this renewed sense of purpose, and within a week of getting back home, I started playing shows and launched the band.”McManus filled notebook after notebook on that Himalayan journey, and the material would eventually go on to form the basis of Satsang’s breakout 2016 debut, ‘The Story of You.’ Steeped in reggae, hip-hop, and world music, the album was an uplifting affirmation that connected with fans around the world, racking up roughly 15 millions streams on Spotify alone. McManus and his bandmates returned a year later with their similarly successful sophomore effort, ‘Pyramid(s),’ which hit #1 on the Billboard Reggae Chart and #2 on iTunes, and pushed their sound even further with 2019’s ‘Kulture,’ which incorporated a wider swath of influences from Motown to Tom Petty. Relentless road warriors, the group built a devoted following one night at a time, sharing stages with the likes of Michael Franti & Spearhead and Nahko and Medicine for the People as they worked their way up from bars and clubs to massive festivals.
Guest Bio:Regarded as a “real estate titan” by Forbes, with a successful history of helping others grow their businesses and achieve financial success, Andy Dane Carter has aimed his talents at assisting clients list and sell their homes. A highly respected expert in buying, selling, investing, flipping, probates and distressed properties, Andy’s vast experience provides an unparalleled advantage to those who seek his guidance throughout Southern California’s dynamic real estate market.As a best-selling business author, keynote speaker, YouTube series host and top-ranking business podcast host, Andy has built an enormous following over more than 11 years in real estate, which broadens exposure for his listings far beyond what most agents can imagine. Esteemed as a steadfast problem-solver and a local expert with global reach, he thrives on helping others achieve their real estate goals. With a passion and natural ability for digital marketing and content creation, Andy delivers personalized strategies backed by The Smith Group’s in-house marketing and creative team, providing the gold standard in marketing to each and every client.A native of Long Beach, Andy finds inspiration in surfing, yoga, and motorcycles. Andy graduated with honors from UC Davis and, while he is proud of his career in real estate, Andy’s greatest joy and accomplishment is his family.
Guest Bio:Zuby is an independent rapper, podcast host, author, public speaker and creative entrepreneur, with over 800,000 followers online. He was born in England, raised in Saudi Arabia and is a graduate of Oxford University. He has sold over 30,000 albums independently, performed in 8 countries and achieved over 10 million online video views. Zuby has featured on The Joe Rogan Experience, BBC, Fox News, Sky News, The Adam Carolla Show, The Rubin Report, The Candace Owens Show and The Ben Shapiro Show, amongst others.
Guest Bio:Andy Frisella, who is the CEO and founder of world-class health and fitness brands, Supplement Superstores and 1st Phorm is a highly sought-after public speaker who in every interview inspires and emphasizes the need for mental toughness to succeed in every sphere of life.There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you but Andy gracefully shares his inspiring journey. Listen along to know how entrepreneur Andy Frisella rose to where he is now both as an entrepreneur with a personal brand and also as a leader.
Guest Bio:Tony Kassaei is a legendary wealth advisor, speaker, co-founder of multiple companies, investor, and Apex executive member who specializes in revolutionizing the way entrepreneurs and business owners approach their finances, especially where it concerns taxes. Tony is dedicated to helping clients bridge the gap between tax codes and the CPA firm to maximize their resources and grow like crazy.
Guest Bio:With a heart power passion for people, Michael has dedicated his career to the cause of "championing others to their full potential." This is evident in his successful business ventures, as an impact leader, restaurateur and most apparent, founder of The McHenry Group.Creating real, sustainable change through his teach, coach, lead philosophy is a reality felt by many and Michael believes whole heartedly, the best investment is always the one made into others.Go, Grow, Succeed.
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Jesse Christiansen is the Chief Revenue Officer at the popular sports marketing agency, Oncoor. He is quickly becoming one of the leading experts in the field of working with College Athletes and their NIL. Jesse is the cause of plenty of major endorsements that are starting to be in the works and is going to continue to help fight for athletes to make deserved income.
Guest Bio:Doug Cartwright is a speaker, an author, and the CEO and Founder of The Daily Shifts, an online company dedicated to inspiring lasting transformation of the mind, body, and soul. The Daily Shifts was born from Doug’s personal journey of introspection and healing. Now an app, a master class, and a blog, The Daily Shifts has appeared on ABC News, on Spectrum TV, and in Psychology Today, among others.
Guest Bio:I know some of you might be new here and probably trying to put the pieces together with how and why a 6’2”, 240lb ex-NFL athlete with the neck the size of some people’s thighs is always smiling and and talking about vulnerability and inner healing. So, let me formally introduce myself.My name is Caleb and I grew up on a farm in Texas where I walked a pig. Yes, a pig. I also played football and I was kind of good. Football landed me at West Point where I would start all four years and make national news when I became the 2nd player in the history of West Point to get drafted in the NFL. (I had to wait 2.5 years before I could play because of a policy reversal, but that’s the longer version. See below)But, it was in the NFL, the middle of my child-hood dream and the very thing I’ve been chasing my entire life, that I began to self-destruct.Despite being the biggest , fastest and strongest I’ve ever been, all the pain I ignored and masked as ambition was coming to the surface and I could no longer hide behind the facade that I spent years perfecting. Like a bomb, the NFL applied just enough pressure on my heart and it left my life in fragments.Knowing that something needed to change, I somehow found the courage to make a soulful shift that would forever change my life. Through a series of unexpected events, I found myself packing my bags and moving to Canada where I would go on and become a glorified janitor of a church so that I could began to heal the emotional trauma that was keeping me stuck and miserable in life.No seriously. I slept on the basement floor of a boiler room, worked for a church and created the physical and emotional space that was needed for me to begin to expand my life—consciously.Note: (It’s important to note that while the church played a major role in my life during this season, I’m not affiliated with any specific church or organized religion. This specific church just happened to be the safe space that I needed to begin to shed the layers of self-protection and step into the vulnerability that was needed to begin to heal.)
Guest Bio:    Travis Bott is a titan in the world of cryptocurrency, he continues to be a driving force in this field with his continued ingenuity and dedication to reshaping the way people transact and access money through cryptocurrency.The Utah based entrepreneur has recently formed a partnership with his digital wallet company, Beyond Global, and MCW (multi currency wallet). This partnership has ramifications of epic proportions to users of cryptocurrency, as it offers tremendous opportunities to earn cash back, as well as reward programs and incentives. Beyond Global is also the first direct sales company to offer its own Visa debit card to their users.Bott’s impactful partnership with MCW (multi currency wallet) gives users benefits and incentives that are unprecedented in the cryptocurrency space. Users are able to earn up to five percent cash back, on top of that, users can also have unlimited earning capacity when other users make a qualified transaction on the exchange. This uncapped earning potential is of tremendous benefit to users, as the exchange has an immense database, and gives users opportunities that simply don’t exist on other exchanges.One of the many additional benefits from Bott’s ingenuity is that users of the MCW (multi currency wallet) platform are able to make global transactions without incurring any fee’s, all of which is done using the ZoomMe feature on the platform.Bott’s unparalleled business acumen and entrepreneurial skills are what separates him from other cryptocurrency businesses, as he continues to push the industry to new heights. His cryptocurrency services are available in six different continents and ninety countries. Users of cryptocurrency are lucky to have Bott in this field, as he continues to work hard to make even more innovative methods for the betterment of his industry. Bott is a leading man in his field, and continues to create methods that make it easier for people to access and transact money around the world.
Guest Bio:George Q. Morris, Founder and CEO of CENTURY 21 Everest, is a dynamic, purpose-driven leader with over two decades of experience in the real estate sector. His leadership skills range from creating and managing small sales teams to owning and expanding large, multi-office residential real estate brokerages with added services in property management, commercial brokerage, relocation and corporate services.George and his talented leadership team successfully launched CENTURY 21 Everest at a time when many brokerages were closing their doors. Within six short years Everest has grown to nearly 500 agents, annually closing thousands of transactions as they serve communities across the state of Utah.The Cottonwood Heights Office of CENTURY 21 Everest Realty Group holds the distinction of #1 producing CENTURY 21 office in the world for units sold and commissions earned for 2014-2015 and #1 in the USA for the same criteria for 2013-2015. In Utah, along the Wasatch Front, the office ranks #1 for units sold and total sales volume across all brands and independent offices for 2013-2015. As a company, CENTURY 21 Everest Realty Group ranks in the top 5 of all CENTURY 21 affiliates nationally with 3 of its individual offices landing in the top 100. The Salt Lake Board of Realtors named George Morris the 2015 Managing Broker of the Year.George and his wife Jennifer have been married for 23 years and have five children. He enjoys outdoor activities including hiking, fishing, and golfing.
Guest Bio:Equal Rights Advocate and creator of the popular podcast show, Year of Polygamy, Lindsay Hansen opens up to us in this show to tell us why she is so fascinated with the practice of polygamy. Lindsay is a women’s rights activist, a feminist blogger, and an advocate against gender violence. She co-founded Utah For Congo to raise awareness for post-rape survivors and is currently heavily involved in the Mormon Feminist movement. Lindsay is the Assistant Director of​ the Sunstone Education Foundation and the founder of the Feminist Mormon Housewives Podcast. She blogs for FeministMormonHousewives.org about women’s issues. Her work has been referenced by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, NPR, Quartz Magazine, and many other Utah publications.
Guest Bio:Bridger Pennington is the Founder of Black Bridge Capital: Privately run debt fund that has done over 290 deals in 38 states over the last 2 years.On the side, he runs Investment Fund Secrets to help others start their own funds in a world where people believe you need Ivy League credentials or Wall Street experience to break into.
Guest Bio:John Madsen is a highly sought-after consultant who teaches high-performance individuals and executive teams how to AUTOMATE CHAMPIONSHIP BEHAVIOR to get CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS. His clientele ranges from Olympians, MLB Players, NFL players, and Corporate Execs to the ordinary dude who wants to WIN.Despite never playing a single down of high school football, John reached his childhood dream of playing in the NFL after playing for the University of Utah under legendary coach, Urban Meyer. On his popular podcast, THE SHOW with John Madsen, his mission is to teach High-Performance Behavior and Mindset for people who refuse to settle for an AVERAGE AF life.
Guest Bio:John will tell you, “how you love and treat people will open more doors than you can imagine.” In fact, one gifting experience (Brooks Brother experiment) has opened more doors than $10 Million in advertising could ever do.After applying principles of generosity learned from “Attorney Paul,” John started selling the largest deals in Cutco history out of 1.5 million other reps and distributors. Yes. 1.5 million. Not only was he gifting knives but he was being asked to speak on stages around the country to teach sales and marketing teams how to build relationships in unconventional ways. Simple but powerful things like focusing your care on the executive’s spouse, the assistant, and kids.Ruhlin Group started in 2000 and quickly broadened gifting options and strategies, but many of the original principles never changed. Knowing how and when to give gifts is just as important as what to gift. These “minor” details and expert knowledge have been tested and proven over a decade to bring a guaranteed “wow” to any industry from financial services to manufacturing widgets.Today John and his team have created gift packages for some of the largest companies and pro sports teams in the world, but their mission and heart is to serve and take relationships for mid-sized, privately owned businesses to a new level using their Proven Process.After spending a long time deliberating on things like is self publishing a book a good idea, John decided to write a book that would share his ideology and the way he works in his industry to reach new levels of success. But sure to check out John’s new book, Giftology here: giftologybook.com
Guest Bio:In today's episode, we sit down with a good buddy of mine by the name of Steven Maddox Jr. This kid, (I say kid, but he is 28 years old) who has sold over 200 homes in one year with only one assistant and is on pace this year to sell over 100 million in volume in real estate deals this year alone.I love Steve and I love his energy and attitude for life and I know a lot of realtors listen to this so I wanted to get someone on the show that has proved that with hard work, it doesn't matter your age... Anything is possible.
Guest Bio:Zander Fryer, best-selling author, internationally renowned speaker, and host of the iTunes top podcast – Sh*t You Don’t Learn In College – is more than just a corporate dropout. After quitting his successful corporate career at age 27, Zander launched his company, High Impact Coaching, to inspire and empower entrepreneurs to build successful businesses while adding value to the world.From ZERO to 6 figures in 3 months and 7 figures in 12, HIC is now a $4 Million company and his trainings impact over 50,000 people in 27 different countries and at more than 600 organizations.A mentor to millionaires, Grammy-winning artists, and bestselling authors alike, he is praised as “the next generation leader” by #1 best-selling author Jack Canfield and his passion to shake this world up is creating a movement.
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