The human element we are struggling to keep alive

Talk is Cheap... No, seriously talk is a cheap form of entertainment En route to a WishDish event, called "Showing Up Naked", I decided to make the most of my 9 hour car ride:   Phone a Friend   The event was magical, a live telling of personal narratives. Speakers shared some of their most … Continue reading The human element we are struggling to keep alive

Episode 22: 52 Non-Profits in 52 Weeks with Travis Miller and Luke Faulconer

Troolu   Luke Faulconer is the founder of Troolu, an organization that is empowering young people to change the world.   Travis Wade Miller is on a journey across the country, traveling to 52 cities in 52 weeks, highlighting a non-profit in each city.   Full Interview How they Met?   Travis and Luke met through … Continue reading Episode 22: 52 Non-Profits in 52 Weeks with Travis Miller and Luke Faulconer

Episode 19: Philanthrotainment- Literally Fighting for a Cause You Believe In w/ Matt Thomas

Philanthrotainment Matt Thomas is the founder of Brawl for a Cause, a charity event that pits fighters in a ring to literally fight for a cause they believe in. Matt calls is "Philanthrotainment".     The Full Interview Learning While Doing Matt says he leads a "double life", working full time at Roadie while working on … Continue reading Episode 19: Philanthrotainment- Literally Fighting for a Cause You Believe In w/ Matt Thomas

How Getting my Real Estate License During School Changed My Life

Farm Hand to Aspiring Investor to Student to Agent: My First 18 Months in Real Estate Low Barrier Entry=High Dropout Rate The average newly licensed real estate agent completes 0.8 transactions within their first 18 months. Staggering statistics, that's less than 1 deal...less than $12,000 average in income in 18 months. Most never learn how to fend … Continue reading How Getting my Real Estate License During School Changed My Life