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My name is Michael, and I currently own my own business, it is in it's 5th year of operation. I own a classic brick and mortar property maintenance company and not a fake business like most online kids my age do. One thing I hear Andy constantly complaining about is the fact that his viewers tell him "it's easy to talk about success when you already have it." Well I'm here to show you that even with no money, no outside help, and no previous success, that anyone who wants to be successful in life can be through the lessons of the MFCEO Project. I decided that I wanted to share my point of view and my journey on how I implement each of the lessons from Andy's podcast into my business and daily life. Through my episodes, I will go over the lessons I have learned in the early years of my business, as well as the things I learn each and every day. I will talk about things like the Law of Attraction, money management, financial education, leadership, marketing, sales etc.My Name is Michael Olivieri, and I'm in the process of becoming the MFCEO.
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This week we chat with Claudia about ways to increase your yearly salary, and how to efficiently job hunt!
This week we interview JJ lanes who is the creator of tools of rock NFT ( ). JJ shares with us his vision of creating an online stage for musicians of the future. 
This week Brian Teaches us everything about how you can become a writer today and monetize your blog. 
This week we interview Felix Cao who is a neuromarketing expert and founder of Happy Buying Brain.Felix helps companies apply brain activity measurement strategies to measure buyer’s responses to specific products, packaging, advertising, and marketing elements. This way companies can save a lot of money by stopping to market to the wrong part of their customer’s brain, and start to implement strategies that speak to their primal brain.Felix combines his 15 years of marketing experience with his educational background in biological science and psychology to help businesses truly understand what makes their customer’s brains tick when it comes to better persuading them to choose to buy from their businesses over their competitors
This week we inter view Ron friedman. According to Dr. Friedman, to reverse engineer is to look beyond what is evident on the surface and find a hidden structure. It’s the ability to taste an intoxicating dish and deduce its recipe, to listen to a beautiful song and discern its chord progression, to watch a horror film and grasp its narrative arc. Bursting with cutting-edge research and actionable strategies, Decoding Greatness will transform the way your listeners learn new skills, generate creative ideas, and even think about success. Just a few of its key takeaways include: ●      The surprising reason recreating the works of others bolsters your originality●      How to evolve winning ideas by injecting just the right amount of creativity●      How to find hidden patterns inside your favorite book, website, and TED Talk●      The fastest way to shrink the gap between your current ability and biggest vision
This week we interview Mario and he teaches us all about growth hacking in our lives. How you can spread your online presence through a few simple tricks. Plus the future of crypto and NFTs. 
Jeff Chastain is the Founder of Admentus, and a business transformation coach who is providing actionable, metrics-based guidance to small business owners who are struggling to expand beyond their initial growth. Jeff loves to share his insight into how business leaders like us can get their businesses unstuck and back to achieving predictable, sustainable growth.Jeff is also the host of the brand new podcast Built to Scale where he is bringing together real voices to help share their experiences that move businesses forward. He has always been a creator and a builder. Whether it was legos as a kid or thriving tech companies as an adult, Jeff’s passion is helping companies that, to this point, have survived on the strength of a few superstars and sheer force of will to create an infrastructure that allows them to break the logjam and continue to grow in an efficient and scalable way.
Mehak Vohra- Mehak is the Founder/CEO at Skill Bank She was also recently named to the Forbes Top 10 Gen Z Marketer list and she has been featured in Marie Claire, Adweek, Huffington Post and she has over 30k followers on TikTok and has had over 10M views on LinkedIn.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you, Henry Daas! He’s a serial entrepreneur, business coach, screenwriter, Investor, loving husband and father, and someone you can talk to about baseball cards! He built his consulting business, Daasknowledge, to help provide professional coaching for entrepreneurs & business owners of companies with top line sales under $10M. His debut book, FQ: Financial Intelligence is the culmination of his six decades of financial knowledge and experience.
Laura Treonze is an executive coach whospecializes in behavioral understanding toenhance company culture, maximize executivetalent and boost employee engagement. Shecombines psychology with experientialcoaching methods to help individuals andteams break through limiting beliefs toincrease productivity and profit. Laura has theequivalency of a Master Certified Coach havingworked as a coach for Tony Robbins and in herown consultancy practice.
Matt Travis has dedicated his life to helping mom entrepreneurs prioritize themselves and shift their subconscious habits to ensure sustainable business, health, and lifestyle growth. His passion stems from first-hand experience of the devastating effects of doing the exact opposite.It all started when Matt opened his first business, a fitness facility, on top of being a full-time teacher and a sleep-deprived first time parent. He was doing what most mom entrepreneurs do at the onset of their business journey: striving for success by working long hours and multiple jobs, serving everyone else first, and de-prioritizing self-care. These actions led to a slow and steady burnout and Matt’s health and relationships soon deteriorated.But a huge realization came from this painful experience: the awareness that he has spent his whole life seeking external validation still never feeling enough. As a child and young adult, Matt struggled with ADHD and exhausted himself trying to prove his worth by earning degrees and certifications along with his Masters in Health and Physical Education. It wasn’t until he became a Rapid Transformation Therapist that he realized the root of his, and so many others’, subconscious habits stem from not feeling enough.Observing his female colleagues and members of his fitness facility, majority mothers, Matt witnessed the same repetitive pattern which ignited the launch of his company, The Potential-U. The Potential-U empowers women to transform their subconscious habits and raise their lowest standards, so they can recognize their self-worth and build sustainable and successful businesses. Mom entrepreneurs are the change-makers of our society and the impact of helping mom leads to a healthier and happier home, community, and world. No mother should feel guilty about pursuing her passion or put her health and relationships at risk to grow and succeed in business.
Michelle Seiler Tucker is the Founder and CEO of Seiler Tucker Incorporated. She holds the M&AMI (Mergers & Acquisitions Master Intermediary) title, as well as Certified Mergers and Acquisitions Professional (CM&AP) and Certified Senior Business Analyst (CSBA). Michelle also owns many other businesses in several different industries. As a 20-year veteran in the M&A industry, she is regarded as the leading authority on buying, selling, fixing, and growing businesses. Her and her firm have sold over a thousand businesses in almost every vertical and have a remarkable track record of success.  In addition to being featured in INC, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, and USA Magazine, Michelle is an international keynote speaker and makes regular radio and TV appearances on Fox Business News and CNBC. She has spoken alongside many prominent speakers: Eric Trump, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kathy Ireland, Donna Karen, Stedman Graham, Randi Zuckerberg, Steve Wozniak, and more. She is the Best-Selling Author of the book “Sell Your Business for more than It’s Worth” and has a new book coming out called “Exit Rich®.”
Brett Trembly is a founder of Get Staffed Up, which is a virtual assistant staffing company that liberates mostly law firms (and recently other businesses) with incredible offshore talent. This year they qualified to receive Inc. 5000 award as well!Besides his VA company, he is also the founder of Trembly Law Firm, a franchise and business law firm in Miami. The firm has grown from one attorney in 2011, to ten attorneys and twenty employees, representing some of the largest businesses in the eastern United States. The company made Law Firm 500 list (with 444.27% growth).On the podcast, he could talk about how anyone can scale their business and delegate themselves to freedom through VAs
Jeff Arnold, since 1990, he has been the president of Rightsure, software that connects insurance consumers to affordable rates. Most recently he also wrote ‘How to Beat Your Insurance Company’, which is all about how to beat your insurance company—once and for all. Depending on the organization size, this can often lead to saving hundreds of thousands of dollars each year. Jeff teaches us how he scaled from one company to over 60.
Information about Sam Harris. he has started several businesses before, some worked and some didn't and I'm now hes an Angel investor in several businesses.he runs the Growth Mindset Podcast and the Wiser Than Yesterday podcast. You may have guessed I am a huge advocate of mindsets and self improvement.Fun facts about him:Bristol Burrito eating champion (and record holder)Hitch-hiked across KazhakstanSpent a week North KoreaClimbed the Matterhorn (5th most dangerous mountain on earth)Nearly died three times (hospitalised with blood everywhere and surgery to save my life etc...)Stand up comedian - First ever showTEDx speaker - The Genius You Need To Listen To Is YourselfHighly DyslexicGeneral life and body hacker
Meet Brian Biro,  America's Breakthrough Coach, Keynote speaker.In his book, ‘The ROI of Kindness' Brian is on a mission to expose the myth that business is about breaking balls and stepping on others on the way up.Masterfully written and sprinkled with groundbreaking facts and stories, The ROI of Kindness illustrates how the most successful brands like Disney, Starbucks, and Southwest Airlines have been leading...and SUCCEEDING...with kindness.How a food giant has a 14% turnover in an industry where the average is 170%. How a major brand has a less than 3% staff turnover rate in an industry with an average of 25% by having a fun culture.As VP of a large corporation, he helped them go from $15 million in annual revenue to over $100 million by instilling a fun and loving culture.Brian has spoken for Starbucks (35 times), Lockheed Martin (97 times), Pizza Hut (40+ times), Allstate Insurance (23 times), Microsoft (40+ times), Kaiser Permanente (60+ times) ReMax (60+ times).He has coached one of the largest private swimming teams in America, impacted over 750,000 people around the world as a professional speaker, and is recognized as America’s Breakthrough Coach.He’s also the author of 'Beyond Success' which sold over 250,000 copies and stayed on the top of Amazon for over 2 years. Brian is dedicated to helping corporations drive bottom-line returns by building and enhancing a culture of kindness.
This week we learn about the key challenges between growing from 1-10employees and 10-100 employees with Joel Trammell  ( is CEO and Chairman at iGrafx and founder and CEO of Khorus Systems, a business management system that empowers CEOs to lead high-performance organizations. He's also the owner of Texas CEO Magazine. 
Alex Varricchio one of the founders of UpHouse marketing agency that elevates in-house marketing teams and the brands they promote. Over the years, they’ve worked with some of the most well known brands, and have received national awards including AToMiC Awards and Telly Awards. Alex also wrote ‘The Proximity Paradox’ which is a marketing book about how it’s crucial to create distance from a challenge to find a way to solve it. The book encourages us to ask hard questions about how we work, how our businesses are structured and why we routinely find our creativity at odds with what’s asked of us as executors and stewards of the bottom line.
This week we interview The author of disruptive successor and he teaches us how you can take your family business from 0-100 in a few simple steps.  
Meet Steve Hoffman (a.k.a. Captain Hoff) a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, LP in August Capital, and CEO of Founders Space.Captain Hoff has experienced many failures and successes during his life.His first venture, LavaMind, taught financial literacy, was used in hundreds of classrooms and educated millions around the world.Hoffman went on to create JabberChat, one of the very first JavaScript entertainment widgets and winner of the SXSW Awards.Next, he launched Spiderdance and signed interactive TV deals with MTV, The History Channel, NBC, Sony, Turner Broadcasting, and Warner Brothers.After that, he built a virtual world that spanned every site on the internet—a bold vision and grand failure.Then he launched Founders Space, a leading startup incubator, with over 50 partners and 22 countries.Hoffman also wrote the award-winning book 'Make Elephants Fly', which teaches entrepreneurs how to get radical ideas off the ground. The book became an international success and made him a celebrity in Asia.In his new book, Surviving a Startup, Hoffman shares his startup stories and the life lessons he learned.He now travels the globe, helping entrepreneurs survive!This week he teaches us all about how to avoid simple mistakes that other companies have made!
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Jon Johnson

Should have let him answer the question about whether the cash value AND the death benefit go to the beneficiary. It was a good question, because I'm pretty sure whole life is usually set up that they only get one, unless it's a Type B, which is exorbitant in price.

Jan 9th
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