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Mar 31, 2016

Stacey Aaronson is a professional book doctor who helps aspiring authors with any and all aspects of self-publishing. In this podcast we discuss how to harness your creativity, how to start writing and all the places there are for help. Stacey explains how to avoid all the pitfalls of authoring your first book! We also discuss the pros/cons of Amazon, the local bookstore and how to make money doing what you love!

Guest: Connect with Stacey Aaronson on her site, http://www.thebookdoctorisin.com/, and http://www.theselfpublishingscoop.com/. Be sure to sign up on her site using bonus code, spinninglogic, and you will receive free access to Do's and Dont's of Self Publishing. 

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Mar 28, 2016

John Massolio is a financial services executive that is also a professional sports statistician and former LHP Pitcher. In this podcast we talk about the amazing production work put into professional sports broadcasts behind the scenes, the evolution of the statistician and his history in baseball.

Guest: Connect with John Massolio on LinkedIn.

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Mar 25, 2016

Delina Dimova is a Creative Consciousness Coach, Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner with degrees in Psychology and Computing. She does personal life coaching, teaching the “Playful Way to Self Love”. In this podcast we discuss the myths and truths of manifestation, the importance of self love and how her journeys formed her into the happy and motivating person she is today.

Guest: Connect with Delina Dimova on her Website, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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Mar 22, 2016

Randy Goers is a city planner, world traveler and drone enthusiast. In addition to being the host of the Drone Radio Show, he has spent more than 30 years creating quality livable communities. In this podcast we discuss the future of the drone industry, logistical hurdles and how drones will improve everyone’s lives. We also discuss the role of city planners in making cities smarter and more livable.

Guest: Connect with Randy Goers on Facebook or listen to his podcast, Drone Radio Show.

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Mar 17, 2016

Russ Dean is one of my best friends and was my guest during what I consider to be the most important podcast I have ever done for me personally. In this podcast we just record a conversation of us talking politics and what is right and wrong with the current situation of the country. I play the optimist to Russ’s pessimist in this ‘fly on the wall’ conversation.

Guest: Connect with Russ Dean by reading the Federalist Papers.

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Mar 14, 2016

John Daly is the former host of Real TV and House Detective, he has been a news anchor, a managing editor and is the author of Truth: The No BS Guide to Navigating A Media Biased World. He is also the co-founder of NowTV.tv. In this podcast we discuss the election season, the rise of Trump, Medicare, China and Saudi Arabia. John was the perfect guest to discuss what is undoubtedly going to be a wild ride to the election.

Guest: Connect with John Daly on Facebook, Twitter, Informed Not Inflamed, The John Daly Show and NowTV.tv.

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Mar 10, 2016

Hampus Jakobsson is Co-Founder of That Astonishing Tribe which was acquired by Blackberry in 2010 for 150 million dollars, he is currently the Co-Founder and CEO of Brisk.IO as well as an active angel investor and one of the happiest CEO you’ll ever meet. We discuss tech trends, artificial intelligence interfaces and the psychology of business.

Guest: Connect with Hampus Jakobsson on Twitter, @hajak and his site Brisk.io

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Mar 7, 2016

Dana Ayers is a former White House staffer for George W. Bush and currently serves as a Public Affairs Officer for the U.S. Navy Reserve. She is also a dedicated runner and obstacle racer, who does so on her own terms and at her own pace. She wrote a very motivating book called Confessions of an Unlikely Runner. In this podcast we talk about being in the White House during 9/11, jogging with the President and the psychology of overcoming discomfort to exercise. In this podcast she shares a wealth of tricks to overcome your own resistance.

Guest: Connect with Dana Ayers by visiting her website dcdana.com or follow her on Twitter @DcDanaTweets.

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Mar 3, 2016

Brian S. Bentley is a former LAPD Officer who spent the majority of his 10 year career working in South Central. Now he is a journalist, outspoken critic of the LAPD and is the author of One Time: The Story of a South Central Los Angeles Police Officer. In this explosive podcast we discuss his insider knowledge as it relates to the Rodney King incident, L.A. Riots, O.J. Simpson trial, Notorious BIG murder and overt racism within the LAPD.

We also discuss Suge Knights unusual amount of influence within the LAPD. Brian also comments on his thoughts regarding the Christopher Dorner rampage. This was maybe the most interesting conversation that I have ever had (so interesting that I ran 45 minutes long!) and I hope you enjoy it!

Guest: Connect with Brian S. Bentley on Facebook or check out his books One Time : The Story of a South Central Los Angeles Police Officer and Honor without Integrity.

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