Kolby Kolibas is an entrepreneur, author, revolutio
nary, teacher, student, husband and father. He has spent over 15 years in corpo
rate America as an executive running sales and marketing for companies such as IBM, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, Dell and others. He has built, sold and advised over 20 startups that have generated over $50m dollars in revenue with global marketing budgets in excess of $500m.
Nicolas Cole is the Author of “Confessions of a Teenage Gamer, is a Personal Branding Consultant, Inc Columnist, Speaker, and Entrepreneur.
At 17 years old, Nicolas Cole was a one of the highest rank World of Warcraft players in North America. He had one of the first WoW blogs on the internet with over 10,000 daily readers. He was one of the pioneers of the gaming industry as we know it today, filled with YouTube channels, Twitch streams etc. It all started with blogs like Cole’s. However, even though he was an e-celebrity, his family and loved ones never acknowledged his success which lead to further challenges with both his identity and self esteem.
He experienced all of this success while suffering from an undiagnosed case of
Greg W. Anderson did not follow a conventional path into his career. After trying his hand at several different jobs early in his adult life, he decided that the technology space was for him. He rapidly built a very successful software company and became known nationally as “the architect.”
Having launched a successful tech company, Greg used that experience — and a lot of the income it generated — to develop ways to help others find success in their lives. A renowned coach, mentor and author, Greg wrote the best selling book “The Selfish Divorce” and has been featured extensively in the media. Currently, he leads and curates the successful ‘MindHacking” movement that assists individuals to address the psychology of happenings and application in the four key areas of life familiar to Rules of Success listeners.
We discuss with Greg his inspiring story and how his approach to a life, business and contribution makes a difference for those he works with.
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Victor Yocco is an author, speaker, and UX researcher. Part of his niche is that he frequently speaks and writes about the application of psychology to design by addressing the culture promoting alcohol use in design and technology fields. His passion is to make a positive difference to both product end-users, and his colleagues experiencing issues of alcohol and substance abuse or addiction. He recently published his book ““Design for the Mind: Seven Psychological Principles of Persuasive Design” that addresses the psychology of great design from both the aspect of creator and consumer. We discuss with Victor his inspiring story and how his approach to a sober life, business and design makes a difference for those he works with.
Here are some is the great insights he shares from our conversation:
Angus Nelson is an author, speaker, and Podcaster. He works with executives of the world’s largest companies and has spoken at corporate headquarters for Walmart, Whole Foods, Coke, BMW and others. He hosts an Inc.com Top 20 business podcast called, “Up In Your Business”; and has been featured on Aol.com, Huffington Post, & VentureBeat.
He recently published his book “Love’s Compass: How Do You Recover After a Lost Relationship” that addresses the psychology of becoming whole after a failed relationship.
We discuss with Angus his inspiring story and how his approach to a life, business and contribution makes a difference for those he works with.
Here are a few tidbits from this episode…