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Greg McCluskey on Breaking Away with Real Estate

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Greg McCluskey is a professional real estate investor with over 21 years of experience. At a young age, his father instilled within him the importance of family, education and entrepreneurship. As the COO of Breakaway Training, he actively leads new and experienced investors to the right methods, mindsets and opportunities in investment real estate.

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Balance, Being, Business, Life, Marketing

Greg W. Anderson and Being the Architect of Your Life

Greg W. AndersonGreg 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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Accountability, Balance, Marketing, Relationships

Climbing the Peak of Building a Brand

Today’s episode of Rules of Success are the Founders of Kumbre Gear; 

Lamont White and Jeanine Feierbach.

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This week the Kumbre Execs joined us in-studio to discuss how they’ve built their brand and the fortitude to create something bigger than just profits!

The story of Kumbre began in New York City when, Jeannine Feierbach and Lamont White met in design school. After years of designing for many clients such as Adidas and Converse, they’ve’ve brought their love of design and the outdoors to the Rocky Mountains.

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Adam Farmer on Why It’s a Damn Shame To Not Succeed.

Today’s episode of Rules of Success is Certified Sales Trainer 

Adam Farmer.

This week Adam Farmer joins us and we talk all sorts of value that helps all every type of hustler. As a certified Sales Trainer with Eric Lofholm International, Adam has been trained to understand every level of awareness specific to success in a sales based organization.

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Karan Bajaj and the Story Behind “The Yoga of Max’s Discontent”

Today’s episode of Rules of Success is Best Selling Indian Novelist and 

Author of “The Yoga of Max’s Discontent”

Karan Bajaj.

Karan BajajThis week we hosted Karan Bajaj joins us to talk life, emotional materialism, Vipassana meditation and the creative process.

Karan is a #1 bestselling Indian novelist with more than 200,000 copies of his novels in print, both optioned into major films. Karan’s first worldwide novel, The Yoga of Max’s Discontent, will be be published by Random House on May 3rd’ 2016. The book, called “The greatest adventure of our Generation” by The Daily Telegraph and was inspired by Karan’s one year sabbatical traveling from Europe to India by road and learning yoga and meditation in the Himalayas. He has also worked in senior executive roles at companies like Procter & Gamble and the Boston Consulting Group and was named among Ad Age’s “Top 40 Under 40 executives” in the US.

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