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Financial Freedom: Ken Chickk on Cryptocurrency Success

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Ken is a cryptocurrency enthusiast. He’s been in the online marketing arena for in the last 10 years and direct sales for 20 years. As a full-time networker for the past 9 years, Ken has built huge international teams.  He takes great pleasure in mentoring people to becoming financially successful. In this episode, Ken shares 2 cryptocurrency programs that pass his “sniff test”.  He knows how to read compensation plans.  In addition, he knows what doesn’t promote longevity and sustainability. Learn what criteria any cryptocurrency program must pass to get his attention, and why the 2 programs he recommends are […]
Nancy Landa

A New Cause, A New Direction, & My Top 5 Guests of 2020

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In this episode, I share a new direction for this podcast. It’s a slight change to the format. I also provide  a tip on how you can change your circumstances this year. It worked very well for me in 2020! I’m also excited to reveal my new cause, and last, but certainly not least, my personal list of the top 5 guests from 2020. These are the folks that had the greatest impact and influence on me. New segments for this podcast: 1. Causes. Of course! It has been the heartbeat of this show from the beginning. As we hear […]
Sam Caster

Sam Caster: Manna Relief

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Sam is a successful entrepreneur who founded Mannatech; a nutritional Research & Development company.  He grew Mannatech to 450 million dollars a year in annual revenue. In 1999, he founded Manna Relief to provide advanced immune support to the world’s most vulnerable children.  Manna Relief has provided 135 million daily servings of advanced immune support to children in over 90 countries. In 2020, Sam founded Alovea, a for profit social business, to create a sustainable funding platform for Manna Relief. In this episode, Sam takes us on his incredible journey of business success.  However, he also reveals the trials he […]
Dave Ebert

Dave Ebert: Gifts for Glory

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Dave is an improviser, actor, improv coach, speaker, and credentialed minister. He was born in Chicago, but grew up in southwestern Virginia.  Dave attributes much of his improv and acting ability to his experience as a pro wrestler.  He spent 8 years on the independent wrestling circuit in the South. Dave resides with his wife, Bobbie and their 3 cats in Crest Hill, IL. In this episode, Dave shares his love for sharing the gospel through his craft in improv, and how it all began for him. Click here to contribute to Dave’s cause.
Matt Sistrunk

Matt Sistrunk: Slipstream

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Matt is a Veteran, and as such, first served in the military intelligence branch as an electronic technician. He then served as a HAWK Missile Tactical Control Officer in Air Defense Artillary. He has experience as a financial professional with well-known insurance companies in the US, and has built several network marketing organizations. Matt has coached high school football as both volunteer and stipend employee. In addition, he has extensive experience in sales with multiple companies. He has been involved in cryptocurrency for 5 years. Matt has a passion for truth in finance as it relates to business. In this […]
Michael Arterberry

Michael Arterberry: Shake The Dirt Off

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Michael is a Master Encourager and dynamic motivational speaker. In 2008, he founded Youth Voices Center, Inc.; a non-profit with the mission of helping young people to become active, productive members of society.  He helps them achieve this by overcoming their obstacles.  In addition, he helps them overcome their history, stereotypes, as well as their own self-image and limiting beliefs. Michael received the 2010 USA Network’s Characters Unite Award for exceptional commitment to combating predjudice and discrimination while increasing tolerance and acceptance within the community. And, he is also the recipient of the 2014 100 Men of Color Award for […]
Mike Woods

Mike Woods, Jr: Lupus Foundation

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Mike loves sports and was a division 1 collegiate football player that graduated with honors. He has been running his own youth fitness program for 10 years. While building that business, he also created multiple streams of income through affiliate marketing, multi-level marketing, and investing. His newest streams of income include Amazon and PrimeGate LoRa Hubs. He has been helping others get out of debt and find ways to bring in additional income. Mike is a husband, as well as what he calls, “a girl dad” to 3 beautiful girls. In this episode, Mike shares his story and reveals why […]
Donte' Gillespie

Donte’ Gillespie: Education and Legacy

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Donte’ is a full-time husband and father. He is a family man, first and foremost. Donte’ is also a musician, entrepreneur, and marketer. And he successfully generates income through all 3. In this episode Donte’ reveals why education and legacy are supremely important to him.  And furthermore, how education leads to leaving a lasting legacy for all involved. Click here to contribute to Donte’s cause or to start your own cause.
Jeff Gibbs

Jeff Gibbs: Save 1 Million Kids

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Jeff has been an actor and filmmaker for over 20 years. He has been integrally involved in most aspects of the production of film and television. As an artist, he has a unique understanding of what makes a successful project, whether stage, commercial, TV or film. As a business asset, he brings to a project vast and varied experience, passionate loyalty and dedication.  In addition, he has a viable network of professional resources.  This valuable network is necessary for development and production of marketable films. Jeff is also an entrepreneur, philanthropist, husband and father. He currently resides in Texas with […]
Tumwa Charles Ivan

Tumwa Charles Ivan: Mimi Kids Ministry

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Tumwa is a ministry and community leader who helps needy and orphaned children in Uganda. He has one of the biggest hearts of anyone I have come to know, and has eagerly embraced his new title of Ambassador on a project we just began working on together. In this episode, Tumwa shares his heart for people, reveals why there are so many orphaned children in Uganda; the focus of his Mimi Kids Ministry. Click here to contribute to Tumwa’s cause or to start your own cause.