EEC 169: Selling from the Stage – The Magic of Storytelling with Orvel Ray Wilson

Best-selling author, award-winning speaker and executive speech coach, Orvel Ray helps other speakers, authors and professionals discover, develop and deliver their unique message to the world. Co-author of the legendary Guerrilla Marketing series, he’s been voted one of the Top 5 Sales and Marketing speakers in the world a record 5 years straight.

EEC 167: Saving The World From Death-By-Meetings with Josh Little

Josh Little is the founder of four tech companies–Maestro, Bloomfire, Qzzr, and Volley–that have collectively been used by hundreds of millions of people. His work has been featured in Tech Crunch, Mashable, Entrepreneur, Inc., and Forbes. With two successful exits and third pending, he’s currently on a mission to save the working world from death-by-meetings with his fourth creation, Volley.

EEC 166: The Common Path to Uncommon Success with John Lee Dumas

John Lee Dumas is the founder and host of the award winning podcast, Entrepreneurs On Fire. With over 100 million listens of his 3000+ episodes, JLD has turned Entrepreneurs On Fire into a media empire that generates over a million listens every month and 7-figures of NET annual revenue 8-years in a row. His first traditionally published book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success is available for pre-order now with 5 amazing bonuses at

EEC 165: “How To Get To YOUR Carnegie Hall…” with Mike Rayburn

Mike Rayburn is a two-time TED Talk Presenter, an innovative entrepreneur and Hall of Fame speaker who uses world-class guitar and comedy to teach change and innovation to corporations world-wide. He has headlined Carnegie Hall, headlined in Las Vegas, and performed more than 5,000 presentations in 20 countries on five continents. Rayburn is a regular on Sirius/XM and morning radio nationwide. He has performed as guitarist with The Beach Boys and John Oates.

EEC 164: Think Small, Win Big with Maceo Jourdan

Maceo Jourdan is a serial entrepreneur with two decades of building businesses by creating great products and great marketing. His experience spans a wildly eclectic mix of practical real-world experience from the US Army to the cut-throat world of electronic trading. An early pioneer in computerized trading, Maceo built one of the earliest high-frequency trading systems for the S&P 500.

EEC 163: How to Get Out of Your Own Way: Powerful Mindset Shifts That Produce Immediate Results with Fabienne Fredrickson

Fabienne Fredrickson is a powerful catalyst for solo business owners who seek to make the greatest impact they can in their work all while creating certainty in their business and financial security in their lives. She believes that when women make their own money (and lots of it), they experience a profound feeling of safety in their life allowing them to take up more space in their families, their communities, and the world.

EEC 162: How to Reach Optimum Performance Whether You Are an Athlete, Artist or Business Executive with Bradley Donohue

Do you feel you are not moving forward fast enough? Are your goals never being reached? Find out how you can accelerate your performance with this optimization program. Brad Donohue is a licensed clinical psychologist and Professor in the Psychology Department and Director of The Optimum Performance Program in Sports at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He’s a Distinguished Alumni of Nova Southeastern University.

EEC 161: Helping New Leaders Become Performance Accelerators with Claire Chandler

Working with many diverse startups and corporations over the last 25 years, Claire experienced that most companies fall apart once they start to scale. As a solution to this business time-bomb, she created the ’Whirlpool Effect’ – a revolutionary way to align your leaders and teams around a unifying vision that attracts, retains and motivates the right talent to achieve your mission.

EEC 160: Business & Cultural Survival are Now in Your Millennials Hands with Philip Zimmerman

Philip Zimmerman scaled his first business to multi-million dollars before being acquired by a public traded company. He took another company from 25 employees doing $700,000 in profits to 120 employees doing over $4.5 Million in less than 4 years. He then became the CFO to an 8 figure consulting firm. Wanting to pay it forward he retired and became a high school teacher for over 12 years where he discovered a generational shift and realized companies were in big trouble if they didn’t adapt quickly to the radical change in culture.