My guest for this episode is a true renaissance man. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Man 2.0 Engineering the Alpha. He is a biohacker and an expert in hormone optimization, an entrepreneur, an Angel investor, a writing coach, a business mentor and the Founder of Roman Fitness Systems. I'm talking about the one and only, John Romaniello. You might be shocked that one man can achieve all that. On top of it all, Roman pulls it off with an irreverent attitude and a style that’s truly unique. We’re going to take a deep dive into Roman’s life as he opens up about reinventing himself, his use of psychedelic drugs, PTSD, polyamory, fitness routines and more. It’s going to be a wild ride so strap yourself in for some powerful insights into living your best life along with a few hilarious anecdotes along the way.
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My guest for this episode is one of the best-kept secrets in Hollywood, someone many famous athletes, celebrities and executives would rather you didn't know about. Dr. Matea is a doctor who's trained in both Western medicine and natural therapies. She's also a musician and vocalist, and the Founder of a line of aromatherapy products. Dr. Matea’s work taps into both science and spirituality, allowing her to provide a more holistic approach to healing, enhancing or maintaining her patients' health. Her specialties include IV vitamin therapy, nutritional supplements, custom herbal medicines and meal plans. She often develops innovative treatments for conditions that have responded poorly to conventional remedies. If you're someone who's serious about your health and general well-being, then the advice you're about to hear will be invaluable.
Do you want to be a better leader? Then it's time you join the theater. My guest for this episode number 170 is Scott Eck, Founder and CEO of Leadership Masters. A company that creates leadership theater experiences for Fortune 100 clients such as Coca-Cola, 3M, Boeing, State Farm and Lockheed Martin. You may be wondering what theater has to do with leadership. It's all based on an idea called sociodrama, developed by a student of Freud's years ago. By roleplaying key figures in high stakes situations such as the British government during World War II or the African National Congress during the trial of Nelson Mandela, Scott is able to completely immerse the students in extraordinary circumstances to help them understand the actions and behaviors of great leaders firsthand. Learning in this way can affect deep personal change and develop leadership and communication skills in a way that's not possible in more conventional approaches to education. I got to know Scott at one of Doug Allen's masterminds where we both were speakers. If the name Doug Allen is familiar to you, it may be because he was also a guest on my other podcast, Marketing Speak. I have to say, if you aren't listening to Marketing Speak, you are missing out on a free university-level education in marketing. It is fantastic and yes, I'm biased. Prepare as Scott reveals some profound insights into behavior change, education and leadership. In the process, I bet you're going to learn how to facilitate true innovation in your organization.
The food we eat has a profound impact on our bodies at the cellular level. In the long-term, it can even lead to a serious illness and disease. Some of these illnesses may even be caused by the acidity of our highly processed diets. Your blood provides important clues to understanding what's going on inside your body, specifically through live blood microscopy. My guest for this episode is Mary Beth Kauffman Mittleman. She happens to be an expert in live blood microscopy. Mary Beth has helped thousands reevaluate the way they eat, live and even think through testing, counseling and promoting an alkaline lifestyle. If you think you can be healthier and more vital than you are now, stick around and learn some valuable tips on how to cleanse your cellular environment and rebalance your body.
The best time to plant an oak tree was twenty years ago. The second-best time is now. Tax planning is like that. We're already at the tail-end of the year and now is the time to figure out how to shelter your hard-earned money from taxes. January 1st will be too late. No one gets excited about doing their taxes, but this episode number 168 is going to be very exciting because it will reveal tax strategies that you've never heard of but that you're going to want to hear. You'll learn how to defer and reduce your taxes with the help of our guest, Mike Packman. Mike has a long history in the finance industry and is the Founder of Keystone National Properties, a contributor to New York Real Estate Journal, Chairman of the C-Suite Network Specialty Tax Council and the Cofounder of Bundlefi. Get ready to kick back and settle in as Mike shares some outside-the-box tax strategies. All the standard disclaimers apply. Your mileage will vary. This episode should not be considered financial advice. Consult your accountant and attorney before making investment decisions.