#37 – Tucker Max and Why His Company Wants to Write a Book For You

Bestselling author Tucker Max has changed his image over the years. He’s most well-known for writing about getting drunk and hooking up with random girls, but he’s since turned his knowledge about book publishing into a massively successful business.

While he doesn’t think everyone has a book in them, he believes those that do might never get it published. Whether you hate writing, your intimidated by the traditional publishing process, or you simply don’t have the time to do it, his newest company (Book in a Box) solves all of these problems for you.

In about 12 hours of your time, you can go from an idea to a finished book that your target audience will rave about.

Listen to our conversation as we touch on a variety of topics. He explains the transition period between law school and becoming an author, he talks about how the Book in a Box business idea came about, and we also discuss how you can get paid for doing something you love. Enjoy!

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#36 – The Difference Between Being Frugal & Being Cheap

We all need some amount of money, that’s a fact. How we spend that money is vastly different.

I would classify myself as a frugal person: someone that spends money on the things that add value to my life, and saving money on the things that don’t matter as much.

In this episode, I’ll dig into the difference between being frugal and being a cheapskate. We all love saving money, but there are times when it makes sense to spend. Enjoy!

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RWR-035: From Open Mic Nights to the Late Night Shows with Andrew Norelli

On today’s episode, I talk with Andrew Norelli. Andrew is a standup comedian and has been doing comedy for the past 18 years.

He talks about working a boring sales job for a few years that eventually helped push him into comedy.

From open mic nights where nobody would show up to several years later performing on all the popular late night shows, we’ll go through his whole journey from the beginning. We also talk about what it takes to be a comedian these days, the type of dedication that is needed, and how all of this can relate to you if you’re thinking about going down a path that’s different than the typical 9-5. Which most of you hopefully are.

I hope you enjoy this episode and be sure to subscribe to the podcast here!
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RWR-034: Only Take Advice From Someone You Are Willing To Trade Places With

So many people struggle trying to start a business because they think they have to know everything. And if there’s something they don’t know, they think they have to figure it out on there own.

Search around on the internet and you can literally find the answers to every single question you could possibly have. But a lot of times, it makes sense to seek out advice from others. The problem lies in who you ask though.
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RWR-033: How Zombie Dogz Built a Cult Following Around Their Food Truck

If you’re like me, you love good food. Even better when it’s something unique and local, right? Zombie Dogz is a super popular food truck here in Dayton, Ohio, and I sat down with the creators this week on the podcast. Hot dogs have been an American classic for decades, and in most cases, they’ve been boring the whole time. Not anymore.

David and Lee Ann VanArtsdalen have created a culinary experience like no other with their gourmet hot dogs and the amazing toppings they add to each one. But don’t just take my word for it, check out their Facebook page. A quick glance and you’ll see tens of thousands of fans—and I’m talking diehard/raving fans—that spread the Zombie Dogz brand like wildfire. I hope you enjoy this episode and be sure to subscribe to the podcast here!
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