In this episode, Seth and Nathaniel chat with Audrey Isbell, the owner of AVA Virtual Assistant. She is also the author of ‘100 Simple Truths All Virtual Assistants Should Know’. We discuss the importance of support networks, making calculated risks, and the importance of time management.
In this episode, Seth and Nathaniel chat with Robin Waite. He is a business coach and best selling author. We discuss finding fulfillment in work, burnout, and finding your true calling.
In this episode, Seth and Nathaniel host Jared Rydell in studio to talk about his journey during his first year taking over his family’s business as a 22 year old.
In this episode, Seth and Nathaniel interview John Lanza, who is on a mission to help families raise money-smart, money-empowered kids so that they can live happier, more fulfilled lives. We discuss the idea of delayed gratification, spending smart, and having control of your money not the other way around.
In this episode, Seth and Nathaniel discuss their top 5 skills from the podcast so far. They talk about networking, emotional intelligence, perseverance and more.
In the episode, Seth and Nathaniel chat with Oregon Representative Knute Buehler. He is an orthopedic surgeon and candidate for Governor. We talk about his business experience, campaign,
In this episode Seth and Nathaniel chat with Craig Kulyck about crafting a morning routine, creating foundational rhythms, and how to be efficient throughout the day. Craig Kulyk is the author of the blog Create Good Mornings. He writes about how to kick-start your day so you can achieve more of your goals, do your best work and skip burning yourself out along the way.
In this episode, Seth and Nathaniel chat with Travis Boersma, the president and co-founder of Dutch Bros Coffee. We talk about his journey in business and how he and his brother grew the company from one coffee cart to a multi-state coffee empire. We discuss optimism, changing your perspective on life, and personal accountability.
In this episode, Seth and Nathaniel chat with Damion Lupo about the idea that if your net worth and self worth are tied together then you’re in a very dangerous position. We also discuss failing faster as a young person rather than trying to hold failure off as long as you can.
In Episode 27, Michael Delagrange stops by to chat about his experiences in business and playing football for the University of Oregon. He is the owner of Insurance Lounge and runs two non-profits. We talk about the lessons he learned through playing football, dealing with tension in a family business, and the power of networking.