This podcast is all about getting in control of your food. Food is medicine according to Dr. Oz, leading cardiac surgeon, featured health expert, host of The Dr. Oz Show, and author of 8 New York Times bestselling books, including his newest, “Food Can Fix It: The Superfood Switch to Fight Fat, Defy Aging, and
James Altucher sat down with self-help and entrepreneurship guru Gary Vaynurchuk. They discuss why you need to develop a business around your passion, patience, the art of documenting and much more! Enjoy!
Marcus Lemonis is a self-made millionaire, serial entrepreneur and the front man of CNBC’s popular series, “The Profit”. Since an early age Marcus has always had an entrepreneurial spirit and passion. When he was twelve he started his own lawn mowing business to generate enough money to open a candy store. After he graduated college,
Noah Kagan was #30 at Facebook, #4 at Mint.com, and is the Chief Sumo (founder) at SumoMe, which offers free tools to help grow website traffic. To keep things extra spicy, he’s become a taco connoisseur and created 4 separate products that have generated more than 7 figures. James sat down with Noah to discuss
James Altucher sat down with personal finance guru, Ramit Sethi to discuss his new book, Your Move: The Underdog's Guide to Building Your Business. This is part 2 of their discussion. Check it out for awesome thoughts on the crutches we use as a society that hold us back from pursuing our ideas, the nuances
James Altucher sat down with personal finance guru, Ramit Sethi to discuss his new book, Your Move: The Underdog's Guide to Building Your Business. Ramit is best know for his New York Times bestseller I Will Teach You to Be Rich. They get into everything from morning routines (or lack there of), avacado toast, and
James Altucher sat down with Shawn Stevenson of the Model Health Show and author of "Sleep Smarter: 21 Essential Ways to Sleep Your Way to a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success" to discuss all things health. Shawn himself used to be severely overweight. One day he decided he needed to get things into
Altucher Podcast Sponsors: Jamesaltucher.com/bestseller Scott Young: ScottHYoung.com MIT Challenge: Spend $2k to complete a 4 year computer science degree in 1 year (savings $298k) Testing what matters, the paper from MIT or the skills? It seems that employers were interested in people who take the initiative/self starters (the general public did not think this would