If you played sports growing up, you know how instrumental it can be in your life. That’s why I’m so excited to share this episode of the Millennial Momentum Podcast with Adam Molda. Adam was my first ever tennis coach.
Well, folks. We didn't quite make it. We fought the good fight in our Ultramarathon mission but ultimately failed. In this podcast, Tom brings Ryan back on to talk through what the hell happened in the race, our key takeaways,
Pre race podcast, baby! 30 miles, 60+ obstacles for a Spartan Race tackling a mountain in Aspen, CO. There's not much else to say except the mood is electric and we're feeling good about ourselves heading into this race.
Rich Stone is back with some absolute FIRE on this week's podcast. You may remember Rich as our 1st ever guest on episode 1, where he spoke about his mantra of "attitude and effort". This is an ultimate guide for how to have a successful career.
Enemies. It's an underrated part of finding the fuel to help drive your success. In this week's conversation, I go solo and talk about why it's important to have an enemy, how famous athletes and musicians have used this to their advantage and how yo...
I recently found the book Trillion Dollar Coach. Or rather, it found me - and absolutely changed the way I view leadership. It's the story of a failed football coach that turned into Silicon Valley's greatest executive coach - mentoring folks like St...
What's up, people? The podcast is back and I'm talking about a topic that's been in my head a lot the past few weeks: playing long term games with long term people. Check this episode out to learn more. -
"Manage expectation. Direct ego. Focus on what you control. Find peace in what you cannot. Enjoy this moment." - Jed Collins If you want to make people feel uncomfortable, there are a few things you can talk about: weight, religion,
This week, while listening to Jon Gordon's podcast, I learned about a new parable that I believe is timely, relevant and can help a lot of people listening to this podcast. - On a stove sits three pots of boiling water. In one pot,
Talent, ambitiousness, internal drive, potential and a chip on your shoulder. These qualities have helped to shape the world we live in today. Behind every great invention, idea, man or woman, likely lies some of these traits. - Fortunately,