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Join Hala Taha as she interviews some of the brightest minds in the world―turning their wisdom into actionable advice you can use in your life no matter your age, profession or industry. Our subject matter ranges from enhancing productivity, how to gain influence, the art of side hustles and more! If you’re smart and like to continually improve yourself, hit the subscribe button, because you’ll love it here at Young and Profiting Podcast. Part of the YAP Media Network.
 
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Growing up in Queens, New York, Daymond John had big dreams and an early knack for entrepreneurship. He sold everything from pencils to reconditioned cars, and while working full-time at Red Lobster, he started his clothing brand FUBU. Because of the tenacity instilled in him by his mother, FUBU eventually became a multi-billion dollar global cloth…
 
In 2022, Millennials made up just 14% of all homebuying purchases, down from nearly 25% in 2021. Today, many young people are getting pushed out of the market by older wealthy home buyers. Luckily, people like the CEO of School of Whales Andrea Petersen are aiming to change the future state of the real estate market. In this episode, Andrea teaches…
 
11 years ago, Donald Miller lost all of his life savings to a bad investment. After he decided to start taking 100% ownership of his life and business, everything changed. In this episode, Donald is back on YAP to focus on how to grow a small business! Donald will explain why we should think of our business as an airplane and why most small busines…
 
After enduring a painful childhood with a suicidal mother, Cathy Heller moved to LA at 16 with nothing but a dream to become a rockstar. That dream was almost a reality until her producer, Ron Fare, dropped her because he didn’t think she would make enough money as a musician. After jumping between soul-sucking day jobs that made her unhappy, she f…
 
When Lisa Bilyeu was a little girl, she had dreams of making it big in the film industry. After marrying the love of her life, she found herself in a rut as a stay-at-home housewife. Lisa reassessed her life and started living with radical confidence so that she could become the Co-founder and President of Impact Theory. In this episode, Lisa discu…
 
After Donald Miller’s parents got divorced, his father completely disappeared from his life. For years, Donald blamed himself for his father leaving. His guilt manifested in the form of teenage rebellion: breaking into people’s houses, shoplifting, and defying his religious values. However, he turned his life around when his youth minister David Ge…
 
Matt Higgins spent most of his teenage years taking care of his single mother and scraping gum off of tables at Mcdonald's. After he dropped out of high school at age 16, he graduated from Fordham Law School and became the youngest press secretary in New York City history during the September 11th attacks. Matt created an entrepreneurial career tha…
 
As a child, Brit Morin’s parents struggled to scrounge up $20 for her to go on her class field trip. She quickly learned that if she wanted something, she’d have to figure out how to get it herself. She started cooking and doing her own laundry at 8 years old. This creative spirit led her to work for massive tech companies and eventually start her …
 
When Steven Kotler was a kid, he was skinny, klutzy, and often the last guy picked for any team or athletic contest. He spent a lot of his childhood losing fights to jocks. At 53 years old, he decided to conquer his past shame and push his own aging body past preconceived limits by learning how to park ski. In this episode, Steven discusses how to …
 
Matt Higgins’ childhood was plagued with extreme poverty. He lived in a tiny apartment with three other boys and a single mother who struggled to make ends meet. Ashamed of his family’s financial status and living conditions, Matt started juggling several side hustles, such as selling handbags at flea markets and scraping gum off the bottom of the …
 
As a shy, introverted Indian-American girl growing up in Pittsburgh, Erica Dhawan struggled to find her voice. She juggled two languages and two cultures, and, eventually, she became fascinated with human connections. In her book, Digital Body Language, Erica breaks down how to build trust and connection in a digital environment. In today's episode…
 
Hala Taha got her start in radio at HOT97, but she was fired before she could advance past her role as an unpaid intern. She was also scouted by MTV, and after a long summer of shooting a reality show with them, MTV pulled the plug with no explanation. Even after multiple failures in the entertainment industry, Hala broke into the podcasting world …
 
At age 8, David Eagleman fell off the edge of a roof. While he was falling, he felt the world slow down, and he saw his life flash before his eyes. His fall made him want to study the neural basis of time perception in crisis situations, and years later, David became a neuroscientist and expert on topics like time perception, brain plasticity, and …
 
Dr. Edith Eger was tortured for years in Auschwitz. Maya Angelou was violently attacked by a grown man at age 8. Colin O'Brady was told he'd never walk normally again after being severely burned in a fire. These survivors made a choice not to let their pasts define their futures. In today's episode, we share their stories. Featured in this episode …
 
When Elena Cardone was 13 years old, she watched her best friend die in a house fire across the street from her own home. Unable to face the house’s ruins day after day, Elena moved to Los Angeles at 17 years old to become a model and actor. After a successful career in show business, she married real estate mogul Grant Cardone, and together, they …
 
When Heather Monahan worked in corporate, she helped her company grow from 100 million in revenue to an excess of 200 million. She rose through the ranks, serving as the VP of Sales, EVP, and eventually Chief Revenue Officer. Despite her tireless efforts, she was fired as soon as a new CEO stepped in. Rather than wallowing in her defeat, she self-p…
 
After witnessing the corruption of the pharmaceutical industry first-hand, Tina Anderson decided to quit her cushy job as a lawyer and turn her attention to the field of natural medicine. Nearly a decade later, Tina and her husband are revolutionizing how we manage our gut health with their probiotic company Just Thrive. In this episode, Tina break…
 
In Part 1, we discussed generating passive income to fuel your business, testing your business idea before launching it, identifying a viable market for your product, and why you shouldn’t focus entirely on revenue when you’re first starting out. In Part 2 of this YAPSnacks series, you’ll learn more about picking the right price for your product, a…
 
During the Holocaust, Austrian psychiatrist Viktor Frankl was sent to a concentration camp. He survived by focusing on his one goal: to return home to his family. Frankl saw that once people lost hope for their future, they ultimately lost their life. Dr. Benjamin Hardy has applied Frankl’s research to his own life as an organizational psychologist…
 
After realizing that she did not want to work in a corporate job, Lauren Tickner decided to pursue the best business degree the U.K. had to offer. However, she learned that none of her professors had ever run their own business. She dropped out of school at 20 and focused on her online fitness coaching business, which scaled to seven figures by the…
 
Throughout his early life, Grant Cardone faced a lot of loss. At 15 years old, he was introduced to drugs and battled addiction for the next 10 years. Once he recovered, he vowed to become the best version of himself. Today, Grant is a globally-renowned leader in the world of entrepreneurship, sales, and real estate. In this episode, Grant will sha…
 
When Vishen Lakhiani moved to New York City, he was making $7,500 a month at a company with a difficult, problematic, and even racist culture. After creating multiple streams of passive income and taking baby steps toward his goal of running his own meditation business, he was able to quit his job and eventually scale his company, Mindvalley, to ni…
 
When she was young, Jennifer Cohen struggled in school and was often sent for extra tutoring because of her poor performance. After a teacher said that she would be nothing but “average, at best,” a young Jennifer Cohen decided to step out of herself and into boldness. Today, Jennifer is one of the most influential entrepreneurs in the Health and F…
 
Josh Kaufman went from having zero ukulele skills to being an intermediate ukulele player in just 20 hours. How did he do it? In this episode, Josh breaks down how to learn any new skill in just 20 hours, debunks certain myths about learning a new skill, and reveals his four steps for rapid skill acquisition. Josh Kaufman is a best-selling author, …
 
Leila Hormozi worked for years at jobs where she never received a single raise or promotion. Because of her integrity and dedication, she learned how to exceed expectations. Now, Leila is a master CEO and widely considered a scaling & operations expert. In part 2 of this episode, Leila will break down her management philosophies and tell us how to …
 
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