#012: John Wise (32 yrs) on Not Going to College, Developing 1k Inventions, and Winning Racing Championships

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John Wise nev­er grad­u­at­ed from col­lege. Instead, John devel­oped 1,000 inven­tions, main­ly rac­ing tech­nolo­gies. These insights lat­er led John to found Loci, a tech com­pa­ny that helps inven­tors dis­cov­er if their idea exists. The day of the pod­cast, John fin­ished rais­ing $8.6 mil­lion on behalf of Loci, part of a…

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#011 Gabe Muller (33 yrs) on Becoming a Corporate Executive of a Billion Dollar Company

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Gabe Muller (@gabemuller_) grad­u­at­ed from Ball State in 2007 with a degree in Account­ing. In less than 7 years fol­low­ing grad­u­a­tion, Gabe became the Chief Oper­at­ing Offi­cer at Glass­man Wealth Ser­vices, a finan­cial com­pa­ny man­ag­ing $1+ bil­lion dol­lars. How to lever­age peo­ple skills to break into the cor­po­rate exec­u­tive suite How…

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#010 Gerald Zingraf (28 yrs) on Making $2 Million per Year as an Engineer

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Ger­ald Zin­graf (@gzingraf) grad­u­at­ed from Vir­ginia Tech in 2011 with a degree in Mechan­i­cal Engi­neer­ing. In less than 6 years after col­lege grad­u­a­tion, Ger­ald has found­ed or co-found­ed 8 com­pa­nies, includ­ing Date To Door and Cube­Fit. From one com­pa­ny alone—that is, CubeFit—Gerald makes $2 mil­lion per year work­ing only 5 hours per week. In…

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#009: Peter von Kahle (27 yrs) on Filming the NFL Super Bowl and Traveling the World as a Videographer

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Peter von Kahle grad­u­at­ed from Fla­gler Col­lege in 2012 with a degree in Com­mu­ni­ca­tions. Short­ly after col­lege, Peter filmed the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII, the biggest stage in media. Peter has also filmed projects for the Wound­ed War­riors Project and trav­els reg­u­lar­ly to Brazil to shoot footage deep with­in the Ama­zon. Today, Peter…

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#008: Cory Briggs (26 yrs) on Attending Harvard, Working in the NFL, and Ivy League Networking

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Cory Brig­gs (@CoBriggs12) grad­u­at­ed from Har­vard in 2014 with a degree in Soci­ol­o­gy. At col­lege, Cory played for the Har­vard Foot­ball team, win­ing the Ivey League Cham­pi­onship in 2011 and 2013. Also dur­ing col­lege, Cory worked inside the NFL Cleve­land Browns back office – an ultra com­pet­i­tive posi­tion, espe­cial­ly for…

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#006: Adelina Longoria (36 years) on a Psych PhD, Grad School, and Singing for the President

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Adeli­na Lon­go­ria grad­u­at­ed from Okla­homa State Uni­ver­si­ty with a PhD in Exper­i­men­tal Psy­chol­o­gy in 2008, where she imme­di­ate­ly enrolled after grad­u­at­ing from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton with a degree in Psy­chol­o­gy. In under­grad, Adeli­na interned through a pro­gram fund­ed by the pres­ti­gious Nation­al Sci­ence Foun­da­tion, which helped land her at OSU on…

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#005: Dave Schools (27 years) on Embracing Entrepreneurship and Building a 22k+ Blog Following

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Dave Schools (@DaveSchoools) grad­u­at­ed from Grove City Col­lege in 2012 with a degree in Entre­pre­neur­ship. At just 27 years old, Dave is a world-class blog­ger, author, and entre­pre­neur. In less than two years after col­lege grad­u­a­tion, Dave found­ed Entrepreneur’s Hand­book (EH), a Medi­um pub­li­ca­tion and blog with 22k+ fol­low­ers, grow­ing at…

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#004 Christian Mijares (25 years) on Managing $60 Million as a Financial Advisor and Networking with Anyone

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Chris­t­ian Mijares (@runbrownrun) grad­u­at­ed from Gene­va Col­lege in 2014 with a degree in Mar­ket­ing. In just over 2 years from col­lege grad­u­a­tion, Chris­t­ian man­ages $60 mil­lion as a finan­cial advi­sor with Mor­gan Stan­ley, an elite invest­ment bank. In this episode, Chris­t­ian and I dis­cuss his sto­ry and: What the world of high finance looks like…

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#003: Danica Van Horn (29 years) on Quitting her STEM Career, Founding a Jewelry Line, and Designing for Kenny Chesney and Florida Georgia Line

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Dan­i­ca Van Horn (@DanicaVH) grad­u­at­ed from Vir­ginia Tech in 2010 with a degree in Com­put­er Sci­ence and a Minor in Math. At just 29 years old, Dan­i­ca is a nation­al­­­ly-known cre­ative and entre­pre­neur with the tech­ni­cal chops of a STEM grad. In only two years fol­low­ing grad­u­a­tion, Dan­i­ca quit her prestigious,…

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#002: Gret Glyer (27 years) on Founding a Tech Startup, Building a School, and Changing the World

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Gret Gly­er (@gretglyer) grad­u­at­ed from Grove City Col­lege in 2012 with a degree in Entre­pre­neur­ship after trans­fer­ring from Christo­pher New­port Uni­ver­si­ty. At just 27 years old, Gret is an entre­pre­neur, start­up founder, and phil­an­thropist. Imme­di­ate­ly after grad­u­a­tion, Gret worked for Enter­prise-Rent-A-Car, where he advanced so quick­ly that the com­pa­ny changed…

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