DiscoverSuccess Made to Last
Success Made to Last
Claim Ownership

Success Made to Last

Author: Success Made to Last

Subscribed: 0Played: 2
Share

Description

Live the best version of you through world class mentors and guests, helping you unleash your full potential.
77 Episodes
Reverse
Lee Greenwood

Lee Greenwood

2020-07-0321:01

To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.
Steve Brown

Steve Brown

2020-07-0209:05

To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.
Kevin Wilhelm

Kevin Wilhelm

2020-06-3050:52

Kevin has worked as the GM of the Minnesota Thunder Pro Soccer team and PR and Communications Director for the Seattle Sounders Pro Soccer team, and has been the CEO of his own firm, Seattle-based Sustainable Business Consulting—a company dedicated to helping companies and other organizations understand and implement the bottom-line business benefits of sustainable practices.Kevin is a great guy, and he seems to remember every sporting event he has ever seen. And lately he has written a fine book called: How to Talk to the “Other Side”: Finding Common Ground in Time of Coronavirus, Recession, and Climate Change.To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.
Dr. B.S. Ajaikumar

Dr. B.S. Ajaikumar

2020-06-2617:17

Dr. B. Ajaikumar has saved well over 100,000 patients from cancer. Author of the book "Excellence Has No Borders," Dr. Ajaikumar has set up cancer treatment centers in India and Africa, taking his training from MD Anderson. He has bridged the treatment gap and made a world of difference.To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.
Lisa Bovee

Lisa Bovee

2020-06-2539:33

One day, Lisa was at home in Austin, TX, doing normal things--when the phone rang. She learned her 23 yr old son was killed in a car crash. And her world changed forever.Lisa tells the story of her transformation through grief, how she organized a celebration of her son's life to which hundreds of people came, she wrote a book called Guided by Grief, and she runs seminars all over the US to help people get to the other side of grief with themselves intact to live the best version of themselves.To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.
Marty Haggard

Marty Haggard

2020-06-2141:55

On this special Father's Day podcast, we interview Marty Haggard, oldest son of Merle Haggard. Merle had 110 Top Ten hits--more than anyone in music history, including The Beatles and Elvis--38 #1 hits, and was inducted into the Country Music hall of Fame--among other honors. Marty talks about Merle's life, his friends, his songs, and what a great Dad he was. To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.
Bill Anderson

Bill Anderson

2020-06-1943:58

Bill has had over 400 of his songs recorded by others, rendering countless #1 hits—artists from the 60’s like Connie Smith, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Lefty Frizzell all the way to today like Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, and George Strait. In addition, he has recorded over 40 albums of his own, with 9 of his singles reaching #1. He has been a Member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1961, was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001, was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame (all genres) in 2018 and was the second recipient of the Kris Kristofferson Lifetime Achievement Award from the Nashville Songwriters’ Association in 2018. The first recipient: Willie.To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.
Greg Rex

Greg Rex

2020-06-1814:29

Greg Rex, author of Stoked, says that you can be strongest, most limber guy in the world, but if you don't know how to go with the flow, you'll get rejected every time. Greg's mentor is Tony Robbins who has directed this author to build a life of meaning and purpose while serving the greater good. Learn the secret to creating the optimal lifestyle that leads to your best version.Brought to you by Blinkist, where you’ll find thousands of non-fiction books condensed to 15 minutes—so you can test drive them or just browse them for the key ideas. Visit www.blinkist.com/success, try it for seven days.
Cameron Matheson

Cameron Matheson

2020-06-1612:14

Cameron Mathison, is a Canadian-American actor and television host. From 1997- 2011 he played the role of Ryan Lavery on All of My Children. He recently survived a mass on his right kidney. In this Success Made to Last exclusive, he talks about his role in The Carpenter's Miracle. Picking the right roles is the new, best version of Cameron!To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.
Dr. Ken Blanchard

Dr. Ken Blanchard

2020-06-1214:29

Legendary Hollywood sisters Angela and Victoria Cartwright are a totally entertaining as they share stories about their acting careers from The Sound of Music, The Birds, Lost in Space and The Daniel Boone Show. Find out if they ever competed for the same parts, how they grew up together and what drives them today. Also catch an inside story on the one and only Alfred Hitchcock only heard on Success Made to Last.
Lacy J. Dalton

Lacy J. Dalton

2020-06-0930:51

Lacy J. Dalton is a legendary country western singer with classic hits like Hard Times and Taking It Easy. Known for her gritty vocals, we liken her to Bonnie Raitt. No one tells a story likeLacy J. especially when it comes to wild horses. When asked about her musical influences, Lacy J. replied that "Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Waylon Jennings, Janis Joplin, and Hank Williams Sr. come to mind.
Rhonda Vincent

Rhonda Vincent

2020-06-0536:01

Today we are in the presence of country music royalty, plain and simple--Rhonda Vincent.Rhonda started her music career as a child of 5 in a family band called The Sally Mountain Show, a bluegrass band, in Greentop, MO. She learned to play a few instruments, becoming a world class player—especially on the mandolin.She is best known as a bluegrass player--in fact known in music circles as the “Queen of Bluegrass”. And her many awards in that domain back up her nickname: to date, Rhonda (and her band) have won 1 Grammy and 19 IMBA (International Bluegrass Music Association) Entertainer of the Year awards—a record.But, maybe the most special acknowledgment of her greatness was the Feb 28, 2020 invitation to be a Member of the Grand Ole Opry. It just don’t get any better than that.
Carol Carter #2

Carol Carter #2

2020-06-0441:48

Carol is back for her second podcast, bringing to our show her endless energy and positive thinking again.To remind you, Carol is: Founder of LifeBound, a coaching and professional development company aimed to help college staffs around the world to help students reach their bestFounder of GlobalMindED, a company dedicated to helping first generation students around the world reach student and career successIn this episode, Carol talks about how GlobalMindED goes about its work to help first gen students, what the outcomes are, and Carols Hairy, audacious goal for 2025--to help 25,000,000 first gen students get in and succeed in college around the world! Big stuff.
Dr. Ken Blanchard

Dr. Ken Blanchard

2020-06-0224:37

Ken is one of the most influential leadership and management thought leaders of the last 50 years. He has published over 60 books, co-founded the Ken Blanchard Companies in 1979 (which now has about 300 employees and offices around the world), and is a helluva a nice guy. You may know many of Ken’s books, but unquestionably the most famous is The One Minute Manager, which has sold millions of copies. In 2005, he was inducted into the Amazon Hall of Fame, as one of the 25 bestselling authors of all time.
Vince Gennaro

Vince Gennaro

2020-05-2936:54

Today’s guest is a master of many domains—a proverbial polymath, as the Brits would say. He has owned a Woman’s Basketball team, been President of units of PepsiCo equaling $1 billion in annual sales, launched the Cool Ranch Doritos brand for Frito-Lay. Then he left Pepsi to forge another career as a baseball analytics guru, consultant to MLB teams, author of 2 books (Fields of Dreamers (about baseball fantasy camps) and Diamond Dollars: The Economics of Winning in Baseball),.He hosts a weekly show on SiriusXM’s MLB Network called Behind the Numbers: Baseball SABR Style. He’s been President of SABR, the Society of Baseball Research, and is Associate Dean at NYU’s Tisch Institute of Sports Management, where he runs programs in sports management and related topics.
Fred Lynn #2

Fred Lynn #2

2020-05-2846:20

Baseball legend Fred Lynn talks with us for the second time, this time about the mental agony of injuries and adjusting to baseball retirement. Fred was the first person to win the Rookie of the Year Award AND the MVP. He did it in 1975. Fred is a delightfully positive person filled with an "abundance mentality". Enjoy.
Derek Hough

Derek Hough

2020-05-2608:33

Derek Hough is the SIX time champion of Dancing with the Stars, two time Emmy award winner, New York Times Best selling author and now a regular judge on Jennifer Lopez World of Dance debuting for the third season on NBC on May 26th. Hear about his new non profit on this show. Go see Derek at the Flamingo in Las Vegas.
Tommy Roe

Tommy Roe

2020-05-2223:05

Tommy Roe was the opening act for The Beatles in 1963. With four #1 hits, he continues to be a phenom. Hear about overcoming obstacles, including his wife's battle with Alzheimers.
Pam Tillis

Pam Tillis

2020-05-1924:10

Maybe it was Memphis is one of Pam Tillis' fabulous songs. Hear the origin story on this song and Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town
loading
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store