RWR-025: Kolby Kolibas Talks About Stress and Why Your Life is Killing You

Thanks for checking out my conversation with Kolby Kolibas. He shares his story from the Olympics to corporate America, to The Healthy Primate, and so much more! He also talks about stress and why your life is killing you. I don’t want to give away all the details, so hit the play button now and get motivated! And be sure to stick around towards the end as he explains how crazy his life has been the past 6 months. Insane.

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Featured books:

Will It Fly by Pat Flynn. As you probably know, I’m a big fan of Pat as I’ve mentioned him in several of the episodes, so it was a no-brainer to add this book to my Amazon wishlist. About a week ago, I jumped on a Skype call with my friend Jason Reaves from the Live Life Loudly podcast. After helping him for a couple hours, he said he wanted to thank me by sending me this book. Thanks again Jason, it was much appreciated!

So it showed up a few days later and I started reading it instantly. It’s already adding a lot of value but the coolest part is the free online companion course that comes with it. This book is all about testing your next business idea at the beginning so you don’t waste a lot of time and money. Most people just build something and hope people want it. You know that old quote, “If you build it, they will come.” That’s terrible biz advice and that’s why their business usually fails. So if this sounds awesome to you, just visit and order this book today!

The Art of Risk by Kayt Sukel. I actually interviewed Kayt last week for an upcoming episode of the podcast. We dig deep into the science of why certain people take huge risks on a daily basis and why some people never take risks at all. Her book comes out March 1st but you can pre-order it today (if you’re reading this before 3/1/16). Once it officially releases, you can buy it at the same link. So if you’re ready to learn more about your brain on risks, just go to
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RWR-021: Fat Tony on Quitting His Dream Job to Become a Freelance Photographer

I love it when people reach out to me about being on the podcast, which is exactly what this episode’s featured guest did. Fat Tony is a 33 year old freelance photographer and entrepreneur from Long Beach, California. As soon as the call started, I could tell this was gonna be a super exciting and entertaining episode to be a part of. As well as the type of episode I couldn’t wait to share with you, so here we are!

He’s been to 35 countries, he landed his dream job right out of college at one of the top magazines in the world, and everything seemed to be going just as he planned. But then he just wasn’t feeling it anymore, he was searching for new dreams. With no plan B or safety net, most people would be terrified. Not this guy. Hhe quit his job and went straight back to traveling around the globe like a badass!

Well I don’t wanna give too much away, so hit that play button below and get to know Fat Tony’s story and what he’s currently working on. This is an episode you won’t stop listening to, so get comfy or turn the cruise control on in your car, and enjoy!

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Ask. by Ryan Levesque. I finished this book in less than 2 days. I was so interested in the content and I literally couldn’t put it down. The first half talks about his story and the second half explains the “Ask Formula” that he’s developed. It’s basically about asking questions to prospects, getting them into a really advanced sales funnel, and then transitioning them into customers through a series of surveys and stories. But it’s all about asking the right questions, which most businesses don’t do, which means they think they know what customers want when they actually don’t. So if this sounds interesting to you, go check it out at here!

Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk. The second book is by one of my favorite entrepreneurs and this is his 3rd book. I’ve talked about his first book before called Crush It!, and I have his second book on my Amazon Wishlist called The Thank You Economy, and now I just started reading this one a couple days ago. It’s all about how to tell your story in a noisy social world. The title of the book means that, just like boxing, you want to throw a few small punches before you throw the big knockout punch. So that means a few subtle soft sells then a more direct sell. It’s about building trust with your community and speaking the native language for each individual social media platform. I’ll have this book done in a few days and I’ll be anxiously awaiting his next book which is due out in March. But if you want to grab this book and really ramp up your social media strategy, just visit this link now!
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