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Best Vernon Maxxwell podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Vernon Maxxwell podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
Updated March 2020
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This one is for the people working hard for the money and need a little self-care.
Today be reminded that someone needs love, and it’s a good time to reach out.
Are you a dreamer or doer? Do you take about or are you “really” about it? Here’s some motivation from Diddy.
Desiree Perez was recently named CEO of Roc Nation. Here’s what she had to say about being a disruptor and how to stay ahead of the curve.
This episode is for anyone who’s convinced they must do everything. A lesson from an interview with Ray Dalio and P. Diddy.
As a resident of NYC, I often find myself wondering why everyone is always in a damn hurry. Confucius reminds today us today that winning the race is not about speed.
Here’s a throw back from March. We’ll call it Joe Budden’s dating advice for entrepreneurs.
Is hard work truly the answer to success? Here's what Tai Lopez had to say.
Akala - British poet, rapper, and educator speaks on why you should be taking two sets of notes.
A few weeks ago I got a chance to sit in on an interview with Jeezy and Master P, here's what I learned.
More money more problems or does money take them away? Here’s what the OG Sinbad has to say.
Is greatness something your born with or is it cultivated through hard work? Big Shaq and Vernon Maxxwell weigh in on the age old debate.
What makes you unique is often over looked. Here’s some advice from Usher on standing out from the crowd.
How do you do the small things? Do they matter at the end of the day? NFL Veteran and co-host of The ThomaHawk Show, Joe Thomas, has some ideas on why you must get the things right that don't take talent.
In our goal-orientated achievement drive society, we can often find ourselves placing our worth in the wrong place. Here's some advice from Tracee Ellis Ross that she gave me at CultureCon. Feel free to take it and run with it.
Are you proud of your roots and origin story or do you hide it out of shame?