Read about the awesome guests we've interviewed on The Louis and Kyle Show.
Fred is the Founder and CEO of Freedom, a company that works to increase productivity and wellbeing by reducing digital distractions. Prior to founding Freedom, Fred was a researcher and faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill and Carnegie Mellon University. Fred has spent most of his career studying and building systems to support the complex interactions that people have with technology at scale. He holds a Ph.D. in Information Science (HCI), and degrees in Survey Research and Economics from UNC-Chapel Hill. Additionally, he completed postdoctoral work in Behavioral Economics at CMU.
David is a self described "Entrepreneur, Investor, Traveler, Bitcoin Evangelist, [and] Nerd." He has been hodling since 2012. He is the CEO of BTC Inc and Bitcoin Magazine.
Akira the Don is an incredible artist, DJ, and creator of the Meaningwave Universe, a collection of inspiring and thoughtful speeches set to LoFi beats. Before Meaningwave, Akira was a rapper, producer, and performer for audiences including The Weeknd and Harry Styles
Taylor is the principal of The Mutiny Fund, a startup and small business advisor, and author of The End of Jobs and the soon to be released Markets are Eating the World.
Shane Heath is the founder and CEO of MUD\WTR, an organic coffee alternative made with a blend of spices, mushrooms, and cacao that gets you focused, alert, high energy, and in a good mood with none of the coffee induced jitters and anxiety.
Tiago Forte teaches the Building a Second Brain training program. According to Tiago, a second brain is "A Proven Method to Organize Your Digital Life and Unlock Your Creative Potential."
Howard Lindzon is a Canadian Author, financial analyst, technical analyst and super angel investor in companies like Robinhood, Wag!, and StockTwits.
Joe co-created Coursicle while he was an undergraduate student at UNC Chapel Hill. Coursicle provides an incredibly helpful suite of tools to help students build the perfect course schedule and avoid dreaded 8am classes.
Wes specializes in unconventional marketing for consumer brands who challenge the status quo. Her clients include brands like Poo~Pourri, supernatural.com, Suzy Batiz, Tandem Diabetes, Mailchimp, Ghirardelli, Outlier.org (from the co-founder of MasterClass), Professor Galloway, Write of Passage, Forte Academy, Morning Brew, and more. Previously, Wes was the co-creator and founding Executive Director of Seth Godin's altMBA.
Eric Jorgenson is a product strategist at Zaarly, creator of the business blog Evergreen, and author of The Almanack of Naval Ravikant. In collaboration with Jack Butcher, Eric spent three years distilling over 1,000,000 collected words from Naval's writing and podcast interviews into a succinct, high impact book on wealth, happiness, and philosophy.
Jordan hosts The Jordan Harbinger Show which gets over 6 million monthly downloads. Some of his most popular interviews include Kobe Bryant, Mark Cuban, Tony Hawk, Malcolm Gladwell, Ray Dalio, Cesar Millan, Cal Newport, Ryan Holiday, Dennis Rodman, and Bob Saget.
Evan Carmichael #Believes in entrepreneurs. Gary Vaynerchuck called him the DJ who inspires people and Ed Mylett called him the modern day Napoleon Hill. At 19, he built then sold a biotech software company. At 22, he was a venture capitalist raising $500k to $15M. He now runs a YouTube channel for entrepreneurs with over 2 million subscribers and 300 million views, wrote 4 books, and speaks globally. He wants to solve the world's biggest problem, people don't #Believe in themselves enough. Forbes named him one of the world's top 40 social marketing talents and Inc. named him one of the 100 great leadership speakers and 25 social media keynote speakers you need to know. He's set 2 world records, uses a trampoline & stand-up desk, owns Canada's largest salsa dance studio where he met his wife and has a giant Doritos bag in front of him all day long to remind him that he's stronger than the Doritos. Toronto is his home. He's a husband, father, TSM Fan and Teemo main.
David Oakley, Founder of OG Capital, Blue Canoe Properties, Select My Space, and Alabama’s office of Berkadia is the Southeast’s preeminent advocate for all things multi-family. For the past two decades, Oakley has followed his heart by committing an abundance of emotional and financial resources to the promotion of the Southeast's multi-family housing arena. An ambitious visionary, Oakley has cast a wide net in the establishment of these business ventures, and has accomplished unrivaled synergy in all fundamental aspects of the industry. The effective harnessing of the region’s diverse multi-family core axioms, have allowed Oakley to become a foremost principal resource to an expanse of both institutional and private equity. Oakley’s delicate mastery of multi-family’s sophisticated, yet emotionally driven processes has enabled his industry partners and associates to develop a new standard of excellence.
Scott Young is a prolific blogger and thinker about living an ideal life. His writing discusses productivity, philosophy, learning, and many other topics. Scott co-teaches Life of Focus with Cal Newport and is the best-selling author of Ultralearning: Master Hard Skills, Outsmart the Competition, and Accelerate Your Career
Mona is the CEO & founder at Avantgarde Finance Ltd. In 2016, Mona founded Enzyme (formerly Melon), before the DeFi industry even had $1,000 locked in its protocols. Today, DeFi has over $55 billion locked in the industry, and Mona has been there all along the way. At the time of our interview, Enzyme had an AUM of $29 Million in its on-chain vaults.
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Dr. Richard Schatz is research director of cardiovascular interventions at the Scripps Heart, Lung, and Vascular Center and director of gene and stem cell therapy. His work in coronary stents launched a revolution in the treatment of coronary artery disease; over 2 million stents are placed each year. His work has had an immeasurable impact on prolonging life and reducing healthcare costs.
Joel Runyon is a world-traveling athlete, philanthropist, speaker, and entrepreneur. His TEDx talk on Cold Showers has earned over 1.25 million views. Joel's company, Impossible, helps individuals break through their limits and achieve incredible feats.
Most days, you’ll find Jacob as the #1 U.S. search result for “copywriter” (see for yourself). He once wrote a single blog post that brought in over $100k worth of business for a client over a 12 month period. As a full-time freelancer, he made $80k the first year, $130k the next year, and $220k the year after. He now oversees a group of established writers called Write Minds and sells a course called The Internet’s Best Copywriting Course, which, he argues, is as good as the title suggests. You can learn more about Jacob here: https://jacobmcmillen.com/about/
Dee is the Co-Founder of Los Angeles based Five Four Group and Young & Reckless. Five Four/MenloClub is the leading men’s fashion membership e-commerce platform with a portfolio of brands that include: New Republic, Grand AC, and Oshenta. Dee is also a seasoned investor and partner at Queensbridge Venture Partners. Dee co-hosts with Chris ” Drama” Pfaff and my brother Anand Murthy in a weekly lifestyle podcast called Group Chat. Dee also runs the Grand AC Run Club in West Hollywood (which takes place every Saturday on Melrose Ave next to Cryo Cafe @ 9am)
Geoff Woods is the co-founder of ProduKtive™, the company behind the best-selling book The ONE Thing, and the host of The ONE Thing podcast which is in the top 5% of all podcasts in the world. After hearing the Jim Rohn quote that "you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with" Geoff set out on a mission to surround himself with high level CEOs and successful entrepreneurs. Fast forward, Geoff went from employee to entrepreneur, launching a company with the co-authors of the best selling book The ONE Thing. Geoff has been featured in Entrepreneur.com and is on a mission to help people better invest their time by having a relationship with their goals so they achieve extraordinary results.
Nicolas Cole is a popular online writer, having amassed over 100 million views on his articles. He is also the founder of Digital Press, an executive ghostwriting agency. In 2015, he was the top writer on all of Quora.
Dr. Jaquish is the inventor of Osteostrong, "the world's most effective bone-density building medical device." He also created the X3, "the world's most powerful muscle-building device." His book, Weight Lifting Is a Waste of Time, is frequently a best seller in Men's Health and Fitness charts on Amazon.
Heather Monahan is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, TedX speaker, Faculty at Harvard teaching Professional Sales & Sales Leadership and has most recently been appointed to the Board of Directors of Healthlynked Corp. Having successfully climbed the corporate ladder for nearly 20 years, Heather Monahan is one of the few women to break the glass ceiling and claim her spot in the C-suite. As a Chief Revenue Officer in Media, Heather Monahan is a Glass Ceiling Award winner, named one of the most Influential Women in Radio in 2017 and Thrive Global named her a Limit Breaking Female Founder in 2018. Heather’s book Confidence Creator shot to #1 on Amazon’s Business Biographies and Business Motivation lists the first week it debuted on Amazon.
AJ Osborne is an American entrepreneur, businessman, and investor who owns and manages his self-storage portfolio of over $100 million of assets through his companies Cedar Creek Wealth, Bitterroot Holdings, and Clearwater Benefits. He’s the owner and host of the largest self-storage podcast, Self Storage Income. As an operator and private owner with over 1.2 million square feet of self-storage, he regularly keynotes at national conferences on operations related to investing in, buying, and managing self-storage facilities. AJ specializes in developing, converting, and turning around underperforming facilities with a value-add strategy, and loves to show other entrepreneurs and investors how to focus on technology and self-storage automation.
Steph Smith is a lifestyle designer, a growth marketer, a writer, an indie hacker, and an entrepreneur. She graduated from Queen's University with a degree in chemical engineering before embarking on a brief stint in management consulting. Steph went on to lead Publications at Toptal remotely while traveling to 52 countries and learning to code. Steph now leads Trends.co, an amazing paid newsletter that finds and delivers business trends to 16,000+ subscribers. In 2020, Steph released Doing Content Right, a widely respected guide for online media creators.
From LinkedIn: Lisa Song Sutton is an entrepreneur, real estate investor and former Miss Nevada. She started her business career working in a top Las Vegas law firm, specializing in business litigation. She then went on to create companies of her own. As a diversified entrepreneur, Lisa has scaled multiple 8 figure companies. Her business portfolio includes Sin City Cupcakes, Ship Las Vegas, Elite Homes - Christie’s International Real Estate, and Liquid & Lace swimwear. In addition to her work as an entrepreneur and real estate investor, Lisa has published numerous articles for Forbes, Inc. Magazine, and Business Insider on business and entrepreneurship. Lisa shares her message of leadership, empowerment and action with audiences from the TEDx stage to local schools, encouraging private sector to come off the sidelines and get involved in their communities. Lisa continues to stay actively involved in her community serving on non-profit boards, including StartUpNV - Nevada’s largest statewide business incubator. Lisa is a member of YPO (the Young President’s Organization), a former Global Shaper selected by the World Economic Forum\ and was named a Top Ten Social Entrepreneur to Watch by Inc. Magazine. Find more information about Lisa at www.lisasongsutton.com
Scott is the Executive Director at Playing with FIRE and Co-founder at Saint West Filmworks. Scott has 'produced and directed a feature-length documentary, an Emmy-nominated KPBS series, multiple short films and a diverse range of commercial projects for brands like Qualcomm, Taylor Guitars, WIRED magazine, Ubisoft and many others." (Borrowed from LinkedIn).
Mark Podolsky started buying small parcels of land in 2001 armed with only $3,000 and no real estate experience. Since then, he has transacted over 5,000 individual parcels, built technology to help himself and others scale the business, provided hundreds of people with the model and the lifestyle that comes with passive income, and wrote a book about creating passive income without renters, renovations, or rehabs. Mark is the Managing Director of Frontier Properties and a Managing Member at Land Geek Enterprises.
Tom Merrick, aka The Bodyweight Warrior, has built a massive following for his excellent instructional videos, follow-along stretch routines, and top-notch health and fitness content. His channel incorporates practical philosophy, scientific breakdowns, and step-by-step progressions to improve health and fitness in all dimensions.
Matt Redler is the Founder and CEO of Panther, a venture-backed seed-stage startup that is rolling up compliance, payroll, taxes, and benefits for globally distributed teams and making it easy to hire in any country in the world.
Tony is the founder of Alternative Living Spaces. ALS designs and produces small, functional living spaces in contrast to traditional cookie-cutter builds. Their products include container homes, container RV's, container gym's, and more.
Victoria has co-founded multiple companies with her husband, Alain Chuard. These include Access Trips, Wildfire, and now Prisma. She also earned her MBA from Harvard Business School.
Jon Ostenson is the CEO of FranBridge Capital, a firm committed to helping people successfully launch and build non-food franchise businesses.
Matt Slater is an entrepreneur, founder, investor, advisor, and crypto evangelist.
Amanda Natividad is the Marketing Architect for the audience research startup SparkToro founded by Rand Fishkin and Casey Henry. Previously, Amanda led marketing at Growth Machine and Liftopia and ran content programs for FitBit and NatureBox.
Josh Rosenthal is the founder of The 6ixth Event, a crypto-first founders fund, managing partner at Narwhal ventures, a crypto-first family office, 2x exited healthcare founder, co-creator of The Long Tail Building (financed by an HNT miner), and a Ph.D. in Late Medieval/Early modern European history. His investments include Avalanche, Mudwtr, Thorchain, Helium, Polkadot, Kraken, and many more.
Maria Brito is an award-winning New York-based contemporary art advisor, author, and curator. Maria is a Harvard law graduate originally from Venezuela. In 2015 Brito was selected by Complex Magazine as one of the 20 Power Players in the Art World and in 2020 she was named by ARTNEWS as one of the visionaries who gets to shape the art world.
Slade Johnston is an outdoors enthusiast with a deep passion for hunting and adventuring. He is a serial entrepreneur, starting and growing companies that tap into new and emerging markets within the outdoors sector.
Mike spent almost two decades as the CEO of The Westervelt Company, a vertically integrated forestry company based in Alabama.
Nibir is a chemical engineering student at The University of Minnesota. In the spring of 2020, he won The College Jeopardy Tournament and took home a $100,000 prize.
Tomas writes about lifestyle design, mindfulness, business, travel, marketing, blogging, philosophy, essentialism, productivity, and self-development. To support his lifestyle, he works as a content marketing consultant and freelance writer.
Will is fascinated by the world and those of us who shape it. He dropped out of college after his freshman year, did over 75+ wholesaling deals before his 21st birthday, and is now working on an Artificial Intelligence company with revolutionary ambitions.
Nicholas is the founder of BookThinkers, instagram's largest non-fiction book community. Over the past few years, he's grown their main account to over 90k followers. Because of this large and specific audience, Nick started an interview podcast that has hosted all star guests like Ryan Holiday, Robert Greene, Greg McKeown, Alex Banayan, Russell Brunson, and Grant Cardone. In addition to their media, BookThinkers is also an education technology company. They have a great mobile application for smart retention of key takeaways from books that uses advanced spaced repetition algorithms to help users remember more of what they read.
Doone has spent the last 10 years working in digital marketing and ecommerce. From running social media at Australia’s largest (and most successful!) online retailer The Iconic, to working with huge global brands like Snapchat and IMG, and building her own successful ecomm business, she's created a new corner of the internet — Female Startup Club Doone is on a mission to help advance women-in-progress through an insightful podcast, technical courses and relevant resources to learn and dominate.
Guy Swann is host of the Bitcoin Audible podcast. His show was featured in Forbes Magazine’s Top Crypto Podcasts of 2020. Guy is also CEO of One Eleven Productions.
John is the Co-CEO of Hydrant. He is redefining Health & Wellness with Hydrant through better science, better products and more transparency.
Danny is an up-and-coming writer, thinker, and podcaster. He's interviewed top guests like Gary Vaynerchuk, Steph Smith, and Ed Latimore.
Dickie Bush is a portfolio manager, a Princeton football alumni, online writer and founder of the Ship 30 for 30 online writing community. He is committed to studying a variety of systems and understanding their growth.
Tal Gur is a serial entrepreneur, impact investor, and multi-disciplinary professional with over 20 years of experience founding and managing businesses around the world. He is also a speaker, coach, mentor, and the author of The Art of Fully Living – 1 Man, 10 Years, 100 Life Goals Around The World.
In 2019, Jake quit his job as an investment banking analyst and has been writing online ever since. Recently, he started a podcast where he interviews thought leaders and change-makers in crypto, longevity, and city-building. Some of Jake's best interviews have been with experts like Vitalik Buterin, Balaji Srinivasan, Pomp, Patri Friedman, and Elad Gil.
Khe Hy worked on Wall Street for 15 years and fulfilled childhood dreams of income and status. Deep inside, Khe felt comfortably numb and was afraid to spend the rest of his life going through the motions. Khe quit Wall Street and founded RadReads - a guide to the examined and intentional life. His blog deconstructs our complicated relationship with status, time, and money.
Andy's DeFi publication, DeFi Slate, teaches you how to be your own bank, navigate #DeFi, #NFTs, and participate in the global financial system v2. Read their newsletter to learn more.
Cole Schafer is an entrepreneur, copywriter, and poet. For many years he has fed himself by connecting his brain to pen and creating value with words. Cole runs Honey Copy, a creative writing and copywriting firm, A-Team: a collection of elite freelancing entrepreneurs, two newsletters with 10's of thousands of subscribers, and authors poetry books in his free time.
Brandon Green is Chief of Staff at Bitcoin Magazine. This role includes being a special assistant to the CEO, operations manager, and most recently the director of content for Bitcoin 2021 in Miami.
Founder & CEO of Proclivity Systems. Proclivity is a smart marketplace for healthcare advertising.
Grant McCarty is a current MBA candidate and baseball player at Johns Hopkins University, recent graduate of the University of Alabama with two degrees in two years. Grant also runs PrepHQ a profitable education company for at risk youth, is the former CMO of a fin-tech startup with an 8-figure valuation, runs a consulting and full stack digital marketing agency, and sold a company in the cannabinoid industry before turning 21.
Peter is a serial entrepreneur, inventor, engineer, and Artificial Intelligence expert. After starting in electronics engineering company, Peter naturally took to software development. In that process, Peter was taken by the fragility of software and set out on a 15 year journey to understand intelligence, how it has been developed over time, and how to bring it to machines to reduce naïveté and increase its capabilities.
Joe has been obsessed with the weather since he was a small child, and he possesses a mind-blowing knowledge of global weather history. In addition to being a popular weather media personality, Joe still competes as a bodybuilder into his 60s.
Jonathan Wu runs growth at Aztec Network, a network building scalable privacy on Ethereum that recently raised $17 million dollars from Paradigm.
Rob Frasca is Co-Founder and Managing Partner at COSIMO Venture Partners, an emerging VC firm that focuses on disruptive early-stage technology companies in blockchain, cyber security, and AI. Prior to COSIMO, Rob was an active-duty Naval pilot, and founded and exited multiple tech startups including Galt Technologies, one of the very first online financial services.
David Perry went from high school dropout to earning an honorary doctorate in the same ceremony as Nelson Mandela. He's built official video game adaptations for box-office hits like The Matrix, Terminator, and Disney's Aladdin. Today, he is the founder and CEO of Carro, a social commerce Shopify application.
Joel advises CEOs on social media storytelling (having worked with brands like the LA Clippers, Prezi, and Best Buy), and teaches a Maven CBC on building a storytelling engine. Joel also heads marketing and partnerships at LOI Venture, a 20M seed fund backing the brightest founders under 30
Jack Niewold is the founder of Crypto Pragmatist, an email newsletter that provides institutional-grade altcoin analysis through data-backed investing frameworks applied to the cryptocurrency markets.
Stefan founded alts.co, a platform which provides in-depth research into alternative investments including collectibles, music royalties, non-traditional real estate, micro SaaS, crypto, tickets, watches, fine alcohol, and many more asset classes. They also offer their own funds.
Lee LeFever is the author of The Art of Explanation and co-founder of Common Craft, the company known for being pioneers of the “explainer” video movement. He has created explanations for the world’s most respected brands, and produced videos that have earned over 50 million online views. Lee and Sachi live and work on Orcas Island, off the northwest coast of Washington State.
Gina Simpson is a native of Alabama and a multiple graduate of The University of Alabama. She has spent her career as a serial entrepreneur founding, managing and growing several companies. Mrs. Simpson, a certified professional coach, enjoys using her entrepreneurial experience to grow and foster businesses and students. Currently, she is the President of Regina Holdings, LLC, a consulting and investment firm, and Solana Strategies, a professional coaching firm. In addition to business owner, consultant and coach, Mrs. Simpson has taught various management classes in Culverhouse for over 15 years as a Teaching Assistant, Adjunct Professor, and now Clinical Instructor. Gina has received numerous awards throughout her career including The Rising Star Entrepreneurship Award by the West Alabama Chamber of Commerce, the Soroptimist Woman of Distinction, the Roots and Wings Award by the Women in Business Council and is a two time recipient of the Steve Woodward Outstanding Faculty Award. She is very active in the community serving on several boards. Mrs. Simpson holds a B.S. in Management with a concentration in Small Company Management and Entrepreneurship and a M.S. in Marketing. (From Culverhouse Business College Website: https://culverhouse.ua.edu/news/directory/gina-simpson/)
Pierre-Antoine is a Partner at Amplifyr, one of the leading performance marketing agencies. With an average ROAS of 14+ over the last year across all of their clients ranging from SME's through to high growth and high revenue companies. Amplifyr's main focus is helping brands scale their revenue using data analysis and deploying scaling strategies across all the main performance marketing platforms. With a background in mathematical modeling & algorithmic trading, Pierre-Antoine has a wealth of experience as a quantitative data analyst and with software development. He’s the architect of Amplifyr’s unique operational approach and campaign management.
Ryan (Scrubby) is a comedy YouTuber who monologues about "cringe" happenings on the internet. He has 1.8 million subscribers on his main channel which has had over 200 million views spread across his reaction videos.
Chris runs Jetboost.io, an add-on tool for Webflow. Jetboost provides Webflow freelancers, agencies, and designers the ability to add real-time search, dynamic filtering, and more to their sites, all without having to know how to code.
Robbie started his career as a trial lawyer where he tried 102 jury trials including murders and child abuse cases. He spent time as a prosecutor, defense lawyer, and civil rights lawyer. During his time as a trial lawyer, he also taught persuasive speaking at SMU Law School and coached the national mock trial team. In 2020 Robbie created an online cohort-based course using his Performative Speaking philosophy. The course took all of his lessons learned as a trial lawyer, teacher at SMU Law school, and the years of studying speaking, storytelling, and persuasion.
Akaash Pardesi is a bodybuilder turned entrepreneur and coach, focusing specifically on taking plateaued entrepreneurs to the next level by equipping them with frameworks driven from a place of happiness.
Joe Wehbe and Scott McKeon are Australian entrepreneurs with a background in non-profit work. Using knowledge gained from helping rebuild Nepalese communities after a devastating Earthquake, Joe and Scott each launched their own entrepreneurial careers.Scott is the co-founder of Espresso displays, "The World’s Thinnest Portable Monitors." Joe's business projects include co-founding the Sydney Listings real estate agency, the Constant Student learning community, and educational media startup, Doohat labs.
Colton Sakamoto graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Applied Economics and Business before earning his MBA all the while playing and teaching his first passion: Baseball.
Tylah McConnell is a midwife in Australia who, with a group of 8 friends, published a book for young people navigating the difficult period of life after high school. Her book, 18 & Lost is available on Amazon.
Mitko is a lifelong entrepreneur who immigrated to the United States at the age of eleven. After jumping from major to major in college, Mitko dropped out to pursue entrepreneurship full time. He is the founder of Parable, an online business school. He also hosts the That Remote Life podcast.
Faolan Sugarman-Lash is a professional life coach and author of "Why Live?: The Beautiful and Painful Mess of Learning to Love Life.
James Goldman co-created Paintzen and eventually sold the company to PPG Paints for $75 Million.
Ethan is a modern-day renaissance man. In addition to running a 10,000+ customers business, Ethan stays extremely active, participates in theater, and reads voraciously.
T Mez is a serial entrepreneur based in Tampa, Florida. He runs multiple businesses including a consulting firm, investing firm, and technology company.
Adriel is a self-described "people lover and startup-er." He is the founder & CEO of Riveter (riveterworks.com), which is helping Americans thrive in unemployment.
Pat Croce & Company is a family owned and operated management company that builds inspired teams and brands in the hospitality industry.
Rita Lewison Singer is a retired entrepreneur turned actress. Throughout her career, Rita spent time as a school teacher, college professor, magazine creator, ghostwriter, and corporate communications consultant. Rita is also Louis' grandmother!
John Sharp is a Mentor In Residence for the McGuire New Venture Development(NVD) program. John has 30+ years of experience working in startup companies, most notably as a co-founder of 360Facility, one of the first SaaS companies in the commercial real estate industry. More recently, he is President and Co-founder of Luceris, LLC, a startup focused on integration of cloud applications in the Enterprise Service Management market. John received his master's in Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona. He received a bachelor's in Economics from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. John is a member of the Desert Angels.
Jeremy co-created Breakout Birmingham, the first escape room in Alabama. He also produces a podcast about leadership titled "Bold Futures."
Mike is a real estate agent with Keller Williams based in the Atlanta Metro Area. Before this, he was an extremely competitive debater and debate coach. In college, he qualified to the National Debate Tournament all four years and earned a First-Round bid 3 of those years. In his last year coaching, his middle school public forum team went on to win multiple major national tournaments.
Stian is an avid learner. He speaks 10 languages and is active in the knowledge management community on Twitter. He is currently working as a learning architect for the Minerva Project.
Matthew Aberman teaches AP US History at Coronado High School in Henderson, NV. He also coaches the school's Varsity Quiz (trivia) team. He studied the History of Science and Technology at UCSB.
Ivan collaborated with @YesTheory to work on landing a dream internship at 100Thieves by creating a viral job application.
Brandon is an up-and-coming creator and thinker. He records podcasts with incredible entrepreneurs and writes on twitter about productivity, mindfulness, and learning. He is a student at Columbia University and is an apprentice to Jack Butcher at Visualize Value.
David Saxe founded the Bagel Stop food truck at The University of Alabama.
Adam has been a professional engineer since he was 20 years old. He is a highly skilled full-stack developer on both web and mobile platforms.
Professor McKinney is one of the highest rated and most popular professors at The University of Alabama where she teaches accounting. She also runs the largest community service organization on campus.
Angelo is an intense self-educator in experimental archaeology, music history, rock climbing, and lock picking. Angelo is the youngest person to ever serve on the World Atlatl Association Board of Directors, he's completed archaeological digs in Belize, was his high school's on call lock-smith, and interned for Nevada's senator in Washington DC. Some say he's immune to the socratic method.
Callie is a consultant at Deloitte where she created a form of meeting recap called Sonic Capture. She has a full-length album released and sang at both her college and high school commencement ceremonies.
Curtis manages 7 unique businesses across the street from Penn State's main campus. These businesses range from hotels to bars & restaurants. He was formerly a casino host at the MGM Grand and Wynn in Las Vegas, NV. He is now competitive in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Martin is a human resources professional for Daimler. He has done extensive international travel and used to be in a traveling youth circus. He is passionate about minimalism and personal finance.
Bryant is an entrepreneur and engineer. He has big ideas and knows the process to make them happen. Louis and Kyle met Bryant at The Edge Entrepreneurship Center in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.