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6 minutes | Oct 20, 2016
86: #BeBOLD - Untitled
"Someone else, please save myself from me."
46 minutes | Oct 14, 2016
85: Fady Wahba - Professional Nomad
Success = Quit your job and travel the world indefinitely.
7 minutes | Sep 30, 2016
84: #BeBOLD - Your VERY Last Breath
In this extremely finite life, you literally do not have the time to worry.
20 minutes | Aug 30, 2016
83: #BeBOLD - The Most Vulnerable Sh*t I've EVER Shared
The exact steps I've taken with my personal finances for the last 12 years.
4 minutes | Aug 18, 2016
82: #BeBOLD - Our BIGGEST Mindf*ck Ever
Focus less on improvement today and more on acceptance for who you already are. Afterall, you’re probably pretty fucking cool.
5 minutes | Aug 12, 2016
81: #BeBOLD - Defining the Search for Happiness
We think we're searching for excitement to make us happy. When in reality, it's not excitement we're after, it's peace.
58 minutes | Jul 21, 2016
80: Neal Acree - Music Man
Music for Video Games has come a long way since bleeps, bloops, and 8 bit Power Metal. They've become full-blown soundtracks recording hours of live orchestra in scoring stages, going through barriers of meticulous scrutiny to ensure that the music accurately reflects the characters, story, and emotion of the project. Today, we sit down with music composer Neal Acree, who first got his gears rolling writing music for film for free in an effort to get his name in the industry bucket. With passion fueling him, he turned his craft into a full blown career winning awards and creating the signature sound of not just one, but several of the biggest International Video Games such as World of Warcraft and Revelation Online. Listen to Neal stoically reminisce and tell his story of how he got his start and everything unfolded for him in one of my favorite interviews to date.
16 minutes | Jun 27, 2016
79: #BeBOLD - Spending $75k on Doing the Right Thing
Hear how and why I forfeited $75,000 as an illustration of maintaining my integrity. Actions always speak louder than words.
5 minutes | May 25, 2016
78: #BeBOLD - Tip of the Iceberg
If you want to comprehend a bit of the unseen 90% of someone else, listen to understand, not to respond.
8 minutes | May 5, 2016
77: #BeBOLD - Elasticity in Relationships
Without even talking or thinking about it, we place our relationships in a box. With very hard lines. Very rigid. And we expect the other person to adhere to these boundaries.
4 minutes | Apr 28, 2016
76: #BeBOLD - Accept the F*cking Compliment!
For some strange reason, it takes a strong, secure, and confident person to be able to just f*cking say “Thank you” to kind words. .
5 minutes | Apr 20, 2016
75: #BeBOLD - Communication (or lack thereof) in the Modern World
We all say we appreciate receiving honesty but very few of us are actually willing to give it. As an adult, you should have the courage to say how you feel, ask for what you want, and voice a decision that’s your choice without the concern of upsetting someone or fear of not being accepted.
4 minutes | Apr 12, 2016
74: #BeBOLD - Decisions & Regrets
If you’re not enjoying things that make up your life as you live and breathe today, then change those things. If there are outcomes of situations out of your control (which there will be), so be it. Move on. What’s the point of allowing your body to expend energy on situations that cannot be controlled anyway? It’s just a way to monopolize your mind down a path that leads to a void you’re already aware of.
4 minutes | Mar 31, 2016
73: #BeBOLD - Trade the Past for Your Future
There comes a time in everyone’s life, where we must look at ourselves in the mirror, acknowledge the time that has passed, the shit that we went through, and find a way to look forward. The past does not dictate your future...unless you allow it to. You can be the kink in the chain that diverts the repetition and starts a new generation.
4 minutes | Mar 21, 2016
72: #BeBOLD - Play to Your Strengths
It is far more effective and massively more enjoyable to play to your strengths rather than turning a weakness around. Why spend the time and energy living off of hope that a negative could possibly turn to neutral at best? It will not only benefit your quality of life, but the results are radically more substantial.
6 minutes | Mar 15, 2016
71: #BeBOLD - The Make-Believe Spotlight
You will never feel more freedom than truly knowing that not a single person is concerned with your actions, decisions, or appearance.
41 minutes | Mar 9, 2016
70: Wing Lam, Wahoos Fish Tacos
An ambitious surfer dude with a unique vision for a beach-side restaurant, Wing Lam launched his first taco venture back in 1988 in the heart of Costa Mesa, CA. Mistakenly hearing "Wahoo" from a buddy talking about the island of Oahu, the famous name of his establishment was born. Today there are 65 Wahoos Fish Tacos worldwide and an entire culture that has followed each and every one. From an open-door policy company-wide, to creating the signature decor with surf stickers, Wing is one of the most resourceful, down to earth, gracious, and appreciative human beings I have ever met; let alone in his realm of success.
0 minutes | Mar 4, 2016
69: #BeBOLD - Voicing Impact
Have you ever read a birthday card, a note, a comment, or anything directly geared toward you from someone else, where they actually explained their feelings to you? It probably felt validating, gratifying, warm. Tell those people in your group of 5 today how much you value what they’ve delivered to you whether they are aware of it or not. #BeBOLD
45 minutes | Feb 29, 2016
68: Peter Spenuzza - Rise Bar
After acquiring a small operation in San Diego, Peter Spenuzza created a void in the marketplace around natural, healthy, snacks. Rise Bar, born in 2011, was developed as a solution for individuals on the go in need of a healthy go-to without the hassle of cooking. Rise Bar is now distributed via Amazon, Whole Foods, Sprouts and other retail locations, backed by a passionate leader and a healthy company culture.
6 minutes | Feb 15, 2016
67: #BeBOLD - Make Someone's Day, Pt. 2
Once you get behind the 10 cents or the 10 dollars, the next step is giving up 10 seconds or 10 minutes. 10 seconds maybe by going out of your way to open a door for someone who is holding groceries or needs help loading furniture from the store to their car. 10 minutes perhaps by calling someone you haven’t spoken to in a while, maybe your mother or grandparents. Something so simple can go so far.
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