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May 29, 2017

Daniel welcomes the multi-dimensional businesswoman Natalie Diver. Natalie is the CEO of Bossbabe, Oh My Glow Superfoods, and the forthcoming RIO video platform. Bossbabe is the fastest growing network of female entrepreneurs in the world. Natalie shares her business tips, including how to become an influencer, why it’s not a good idea to hire your boyfriend, and how to create innovative freedom for influencers.

 

Key Takeaways:

 

[2:03] Bossbabe is a network of ambitious millennial women.

[6:30] The challenges of discovering the right content to empower women.

[10:00] Limiting beliefs are consistent struggle points for Bossbabe clients.

[15:20] Natalie has multiple businesses, including Oh My Glow Superfoods.

[26:15] Don't hire friends or boyfriends.

[32:00] RIO is video content based on how the user feels.

[36:59] Innovative monetization and creative freedom for influencers.

[45:04] Influencers don’t deviate from their values, regardless of what they are being paid.

[48:52] What to do during the first 90-days of becoming an influencer.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Bossbabe

Oh My Glow Detox

Ego is the Enemy, by Ryan Holiday

Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead, by Sheryl Sandberg

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Under 30 CEO

Rich20Something: Ditch Your Average Job, Start an Epic Business, and Score the Life You Want, by Daniel DiPiazza

May 22, 2017

Daniel welcomes prolific writer Amna Shamim to the podcast to discuss moving past a tragic accident which almost took her life, her newly created pet project, Nomad Emergency — a website designed for travelers who are in need of a clinic or hospital in a foreign land, and her marketing business, Legal Green Marketing. Legal Green helps online marijuana sellers get their name out to the public. Amna’s work can be found on Business Insider, Go Waddle, Huff Post and many other blogging platforms.

 

Key Takeaways:

 

[1:31] Performing independent investigation through travel and discovery.

[12:03] The great thing about North America is its diversity and its music.

[18:06] A near-death experience led Amna to writing and the love of marketing and SEO.

[23:24] Amna’s pet project is a collection of hospitals and clinics all over the world named Nomad Emergency.

[25:26] Amna details her traumatizing accident.

[30:15] Having people to look up to during her recovery helped Amna get through the toughest times.

[32:14] What’s next for Amna includes a children’s book, writing, traveling, helping others, and the new model of small business.

[36:25] 3 Lightning Round questions.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Amna Shamim on LinkedIn

Legal Green Marketing

@LegalGMarketing on Twitter

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Rich20Something Book

Daniel@rich20something.com

Under 30 CEO

Rich20Something: Ditch Your Average Job, Start an Epic Business, and Score the Life You Want, by Daniel DiPiazza

May 15, 2017

Daniel welcomes the women who encouraged him to protest, Avriel Epps. Avriel is stepping out of her King Avriel persona and stepping into researching race and gender identity development at Harvard. She shares her experiences and thoughts about being a black person in the United States today, how she believes people should use their unique gifts to make a difference in the world, and about her college assistance company SeekU.

 

Key Takeaways:

 

[:35] Avriel explains her musical career, and why she finds it empowering to call herself a king.

[12:23] After leaving the music biz behind, Avriel created SeekU, her edu-tech company.

[16:33] An outlook on the education industry.

[22:06] Diverse ways individuals can make a difference in lieu of protesting.

[25:40] Great black movies, and being black today.

[35:50] Researchers are studying the effects of prolonged stress and PTSD.

[40:05] The many faces of slavery.

[43:01] Avriel will research race and gender identity development at Harvard University.

[47:56] The Lightning Round.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

SeekU

@KingAvriel on Twitter

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Rich20Something Book

Daniel@rich20something.com

Under 30 CEO

Rich20Something: Ditch Your Average Job, Start an Epic Business, and Score the Life You Want, by Daniel DiPiazza

May 9, 2017

Daniel welcomes three-time Olympian, Allison Baver to the podcast. Allison is an elite athlete who really understands what it takes to train your mind to do the things you never thought possible. She strives to be the best in whatever endeavor she attempts, including recovering from what could have been a career-destroying physical injury, to becoming the committed CEO of her own fashion brand.

 

Allison shares what it is like to be a professional athlete, how she lives with integrity, and what gives her the ‘It’ factor.

 

Key Takeaways:

 

[1:18] Allison describes the leg shattering event that changed her life.

[5:35] Confidence and the ‘It’ factor.

[15:08] Changing your mental state to stay in the moment.

[27:10] Traveling the world as an Olympic athlete, gives the term world-class a new meaning.

[32:39] Ending a professional athletic career is like an identity crisis followed by a bad break-up.

[38:40] Allison discusses life as a public figure/athlete.

[46:39] Learning every aspect of the fashion industry helped Allison to create her own fashion brand.

[55:45] Being a CEO is a commitment, jumping over hurdles, over and over again.

[1:06:30] Allison describes how she lives with integrity.

[1:09:42] When a woman says she’s sorry it takes her power away.

[1:12:30] The Lightning Round.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Allison Baver

Off the Ice Foundation

The Four Agreements, by Don Miguel Ruiz

Sell or Be Sold, by Grant Cardone

Rich20Something

Rich20Something Book

Daniel@rich20something.com

Under 30 CEO

Rich20Something: Ditch Your Average Job, Start an Epic Business, and Score the Life You Want, by Daniel DiPiazza

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