Kabir Sehgal and the Power of Social Capital


Kabir Sehgal is author of Coined: The Rich Life of Money and How Its History Has Shaped Us. He works in Business Strategy at First Data Corporation and formerly as vice president in emerging markets at J.P. Morgan. He serves as an officer in the United States Navy Reserve, served as a speechwriter on a presidential campaign, and is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is a New York Times best selling author and grammy-winning producer.


Links from the show:

Coined: The Rich Life of Money and How Its History Has Shaped Us

Live with passion. Lead with purpose. Leave a legacy.


Matt McWilliams is a world changer. He is the President of Matt McWilliams Consulting providing marketing consulting to small and medium sized businesses ranging from retail clothing to music instruction. He is also the host of the World Changer Show, a biweekly podcast covering topics such as leadership, business, communication, mindset, productivity and personal development.


Links from the show:

World Changer Show

How to Start a Podcast Today With Just $5

“Complexity is the enemy of execution“ -Tony Robbins

The start is daunting. You’ve probably found every excuse not to start.

Starting your own audio show has never been easier. Podcasting allows you to broadcast your audio show to over 800 million iTunes accounts. The best part is your show can easily be listened to on all iPhones since the Apple podcast app comes installed on all iPhones. Your show will be mobile ready from day 1.

Here are the most basic steps to start your podcast today. My only regret is that I started my podcast sooner!

  1. Download Skype for free. Skype is where you can record your interviews. You don’t need an external microphone right away but headphones are ideal to limit echoing.
  2. Download Ecamm call recorder for free. Ecamm’s software lets you record Skype conversations. Their 7 day trial is free. Afterwards there is a one-time charge of $29.95. Once you’ve recorded a Skype call, open ecamm’s “convert to mp3” feature to convert your movie file to mp3.  Ecamm software is only for mac users. Windows users can use Pamela software as an alternative.
  3. Purchase Libsyn Podcast Hosting for just $5. This is the hosting service that allows you to publish your content to iTunes. The iTunes Store require you to have a host. You will have a unique RSS feed from Libsyn. Libsyn’s service is great and they are the industry standard in podcast hosting.
  4. Edit your podcast in Garageband. Drag your mp3 file to garage band. You can make as many or as few edits as you’d like. Some of the best shows are raw. Garageband is only for mac users. Windows users can use audacity as an alternative.
  5. Submit Your Podcast to iTunes. iTunes needs to approve your show using the RSS Feed that we received from Libsyn. Go here for submission.

-(optional) Publish your podcast episodes to your website. I use WordPress and highly recommend it. Here is a free tutorial on how to setup your first WordPress website. Alternatively, Squarespace has a free 14 day trial!



  • Why a podcast?

-To inform, inspire, educate, network and tell good stories 🙂

  • Why should I start today?

-Zig Ziglar said it best, “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great”

  • Do I need fancy podcasting software to start?

-No. Those are great, but it probably won’t help you execute today. Come on, today’s the day you start!

  • Can I sell my podcast in iTunes?

-No. iTunes only allows free podcasts. You can always have sponsorships on your show.

  • Do I need permission to podcast?

-Not really. You are the host! iTunes takes about a day to approve new podcasts though.

  • I really like video, should I do that too?

-No. Video production takes longer. Let’s face it, you probably won’t start today… You could eventually publish your audio podcast on Youtube.

  • Do I have to add an entire show series?

-No. add episodes as often as you’d like. It’s your show!

  • What topic should I podcast about?

-Write down five ideas each day and eventually you’ll have a topic. Some top shows like Joe Rogan and James Altucher are pretty random.

  • I still have questions. Where do I go?

-email me: blaine (at) entrepreneurtakeover.com

What’s holding you back?


How to Work a Room With Susan RoAne


Susan RoAne is the author of the classic bestseller, How to Work a Room. It has sold over one million copies in 13 countries as well as The Secrets of Savvy Networking, also a best seller. Susan was named by Forbes as one of the networking gurus of 2015. She’s an in-demand international keynote speaker who has shared her message of connection and communication with audiences worldwide.

Links from the show:

Susan RoAne’s site

Working the Room Guide

How to Create an Online Community with Andrew Ferebee


Andrew Ferebee is the founder and host of Knowledge For Men, a podcast where today’s most successful leaders share their incredible stories and life lessons to help you get the life you want in the areas of health, wealth, relationships and personal growth. He is a life-long student constantly striving to improve and help others.

Andrew tests, experiments, and takes massive risks, and shares his experiences every day with the Knowledge For Men community.

Links from the show:

Knowledge For Men

How to Network Like a Pro with John Corcoran






John Corcoran is Founder of Smart Business Revolution, a podcast and blog where he discusses how to use relationships to attract more clients, customers and revenue. John is a lawyer and former White House aide during the Clinton Administration and Speechwriter in the California Governor’s office during the Davis Administration. John believes in leveraging the power of personal relationships to resolve disputes whenever possible.

Links from the show:

Smart Business Revolution

Building Trust as an Entrepreneur with Deacon Hayes






Deacon is the Founder of Well Kept Wallet, a blog and business podcast where he helps people learn how to better manage their personal finances. Deacon founded the Well Kept Wallet after he and his wife, Kim, successfully paid off $52,000 in debt, in just 18 months. His goal is to help others break the bonds of debt and to help build a financial foundation for life.


Links from the show:

Well Kept Wallet

$100 Startup Book

Ep. 14: Greg Hickman – Your Customers are Mobile… Why Aren’t you?






Greg is the Founder of Mobile Marketing Engine, a top business podcast where he helps businesses dominate mobile marketing. Yes, dominate! Because let’s face it, your customers are mobile! Greg has created mobile marketing campaigns for companies like AT&T, Sony Pictures, the New York Jets, and Axe Body Spray.

Links from the show:

Mobile Marketing Engine

Convert From Anywhere