The Reed Harvey Show
About This Show
The Reed Harvey Show is devoted to bringing you the best interviews, tips, life lessons, and stories from some of the most interesting and successful people on the planet including top entrepreneurs, artists, CEO's, athletes, musicians and innovators. This podcast is designed to help you build the lifestyle that you want to live. This program explores the stories of people who may not have taken the most conventional path in life, but yet were rewarded for thier creative and unique way of life. This show celebrates creative minds and thinking outside the box and is designed to keep you motivated by hearing the success of other likeminded individuals. Prepare to be motivated, inspired, and encouraged.
Most Recent Episode
How To Become A Happier Person With Dr. Robert Puff
Dr. Robert Puff is a clinical Psychologist and host of the Happiness Podcast, which is one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes. Dr. Puff has been featured by Psychology Today, the Discovery Channel, Entrepreneur Magazine, and many other media outlets for his incredible advice on mental health. In this episode, Dr. Puff and I sit down and discuss a question that plagues mankind. How can a person become happier in life? The media portrays that you need money, fame, or power to really be happy. Is this really true? You will hear Dr. Puffs thoughts on the matter. What You Will Learn In This Episode: How you can become a happier person What Hedonic Adaptation is Why it is important to appreciate the small and the large things in life How you can be happy no matter what your life circumstances are How to become a positive person Why it is important not to be self-critical Resources and Links In This Episode: DoctorPuff.com Happinesspodcast.org Follow Dr. Puff on Twitter Credits Produced by Reed Harvey Edited by Reed Harvey Intro by Bensound.com Outro by Dying Dinosaurs How To Hang Out With Self-Made Millionaires A while ago I read an article written by one of my friends and favorite podcast guests Cody Shirk. He wrote the article as an answer to a question he was asked. "Where do I hang out with self-made millionaires," the person asked. Cody wrote back. He said that every night he used to spend time with Dale Carnegie, Warren Buffet, and Napoleon Hill. He soaked up their insight like a dry sponge thrown into water. He would not say a word and all he would do was listen. Well, how is that possible? Books. Books are like personal letters that contain concentrated advice straight from a trustworthy source. Cody stated that he didn't have a group of millionaires to hang out with. So he decided to make his own. He was a fly on their wall and absorbed what they shared. Everything from real estate, value investing, history, and any piece of information h