E500: What YOU And Breakthrough Success Have Meant To Me Plus Future Plans
Release Date: 05/30/2020
Lee Rubin is a highly sought-after speaker and teacher. Corporations, professional associations and elite sports organizations throughout the country have partnered with him to build extraordinary teams. Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E655: Lessons From A Near Death Experience With Art DiNick
Art DiNick is a former engineer for Exxon who was involved a horrific race car accident in 1977. In those few moments between life and death his entire life flashed before him. His book As Fate Would Have It discusses the events that he relived in those few brief seconds and the lessons he learned and how they impacted the rest of his life. Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E654: Protecting Your Wealth From Instability With David Dorr
David Dorr is the founder and CEO of Coro Global, a finch company that helps you reimagine your money where gold can be used in every day transactions as easily as fiat currencies. He has 25 years of experience working at the crossroads of global capital markets and international estate planning. Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E653: Embracing Music For Your Soul With Vincent James
Vincent James has been circulating in the musical world for over 3 decades. He first began as a songwriting penning “Rock & Roll and Wrestling Connection” in the mid-80s that was made into a music video by PRISM Television. He later began managing local bands helping to book and promote hundreds of live shows. He now educates others about music through his nonprofit Keep Music Alive. Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E652: Checking Off Your Travel Bucket List With Estee Gubbauy
Estee Gubbauy had her own business as a Group Retreat Planner and Facilitator. As a Travel Advisor, she put all my best skill sets to work, finding her clients unique vacations with lots of VIP treatment, special offers and upgrades they can’t get on their own. Her book Your Travel Bucket List is The Ultimate Guide to Enrich Your Life with Great Adventures and Unforgettable Memories Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E651: Dissecting The 5 Hour Workday With Stephan Aarstol
Stephan Aarstol is an internet industry veteran who has founded a number of ventures including Tower Paddle Boards, one of the biggest Shark Tank success stories that has gone on to do over $30M in sales. Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E650: Teaching Money To Your Kids So They Get It Right As Adults With Rebecah Freeling
Rebecah Freeling is a child behavior expert specializing in strong-willed, often-oppositional, “spirited” kids. She is the author of Your Rules Are Dumb: How to Maintain Your Parental Authority While Creating a Partnership With Your Spirited Child Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E649: Creating Fearless Possibilities At Any Age With Geneva Williams
After a 40+ year career as an award-winning, innovative nonprofit leader, Dr. Geneva Williams reinvented herself as an author, international speaker, podcaster and title-holding advocate for women to live fit, fine and a vibrant life. A late-life beauty queen, entrepreneur, and online course creator, Dr. Geneva shows people that they can do anything at any age. Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E648: Entering The Flow State With Dashama Gordon
Dashama Gordon has impacted millions of lives globally with her message of healing, happiness, oneness, love, and flow. She is a popular KeyNote speaker who was invited to present at the United Nations in 2016 for the International Day of Happiness. Her productions have distribution globally through Target, Walmart, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and many others. Here are the key links from the episode:info_outline E647: Changing Careers Later In Life And Thriving In The Process With Robert Miller
Robert Miller is a musician who followed his dream. He became a Rock Star when he was in his 60s, an age when most people are planning their retirement. In just 5 years he’s got 9 celebrated albums including a Billboard #1, 4 million video views, 1 million Spotify streams, and 50,000 Facebook fans. He’s living proof that you’re never too old, and it’s never too late, to follow your dream. Here are the key links from the episode: Robert's email:info_outline
Wow. I can't believe we made it to Episode 500!
I knew this time would happen eventually but knowing something will happen versus it actually happening is surreal.
I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for listening to Breakthrough Success and allowing me to pursue a project I've come to love over the years.
I started Breakthrough Success because of two failed attempts at starting a podcast. I reached out to 5 people I knew, and if all 5 of them said no, I would take it as a sign that podcasting wasn't meant for me.
Thank goodness some of them have said yes. That started the journey of Breakthrough Success and allowed us to meet.
This is the first episode in the new Solo Saturday series where I'll do a solo episode each week on Breakthrough Success.
This one is unscripted and from the heart because this milestone and all of the support of the podcast have meant so much to me.
In this episode, you'll learn about how hosting Breakthrough Success has changed me, some insights, and future plans for the show.
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THANK YOU for making Breakthrough Success possible.