The View From The Top

The View from the Top podcast is a world-class podcast created for men interested in living a life of success and significance. In this weekly podcast, hosts Aaron Walker and Danny "Sunshine" Bauer interview men in the Iron Sharpens Iron Masterminds facilitated by Aaron Walker. Guests share entrepreneurial insights and success stories from working in a mastermind. This show is for men interested in being successful businessmen, intentional husbands, and better friends. Men should come here regularly for inspiration and to get to the amazing guys at The View from the Top. Each episode is 20-30 minutes perfect for your commute, workout, and making your chores at home more enjoyable! Aaron Walker has been in a mastermind with Dave Ramsey, Dan Miller, and Ken Abraham for more than a decade and now he wants to share what he has learned with you, the listener.
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Feb 15, 2018

Thank you so much for listening and supporting the show! Today’s guest is just your host Daniel Bauer to update you on what’s to come next. This is actually going to be the last episode in season one. It’s been two years of hard work, but that does not mean it’s over. Stay tuned for season two of the podcast where we’ll be going even BIGGER!

Highlights from This Episode:

  • Thank you so much for listening!
  • This will be the last episode of Season 1.
  • Daniel shares a story about his Better Leaders and Better Schools podcast.
  • Joining Iron Sharpens Iron was the best thing Daniel did (right after getting married to his amazing wife).
  • Daniel has ten other men in his life that challenge him to be a better man.
  • What has Daniel learned over the last two years of hosting this show?
  • Always trust God.
  • Put your family first, not your business.
  • What is success really worth to you?
  • What can you expect in Season 2?



One Big Thing: Discovering What You Were Born to Do, by Phil Cooke

Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time, by Rory Vaden

Feb 7, 2018

Tom Schwab is back! Tom has previously appeared on episodes 02 and 31. Since the last time Daniel and Tom spoke, Tom has launched Interview Valet as a way to help people get onto more podcast shows.

Highlights from This Episode:

  • What kind of toppings does Tom like on his pizza?
  • Why did Tom start Interview Valet?
  • Tom credits Matt Miller for the name Interview Valet!
  • Business owners have ideas, but you gotta listen to your customers on what they want.
  • If people don’t do anything with the education/information we provide, then is it really worth it?
  • Tom asked 10,000 people on how they ranked their ROI on the various marketing channels that they were using. Podcast interviews ranked number one above Facebook ads and email marketing.
  • Why is connection really important to Tom? How does he define it?
  • One week out of every month, Tom and his wife try to live in a different city.
  • Tom recently went through a hard time, but he had amazing men in the ISI mastermind to reach out to for support and advice. That kind of friendship and love is invaluable.
  • Your friends and your family want you to be happy. The people in your mastermind want you to be better.



Tom on LinkedIn

“002: Find Your Zone of Genius with Tom Schwab”

Ego Is the Enemy, by Ryan Holiday

Jan 31, 2018

Scott Beebe is the Founder and Creator of the Four Steps to Business Freedom program. He is a business coach, trainer, and strategist. When Scott was let go from his job, he credits Aaron Walker for helping him and inspiring him to find his life’s purpose. On the show, Scott discusses why he built the Four Steps process and how it helps business owners succeed.


Highlights from This Episode:

  • Why did Scott start the Four Steps to Business Freedom process?
  • Scott credits Aaron for helping him during tough times when he was let go.
  • Scott took baby steps and slowly but surely he built Four Steps from the ground up.
  • Aaron offers a weekly call and it’s the most powerful thing in his coaching. Just by showing up to the call, it keeps you accountable and ready to take on new challenges.
  • Remember to keep showing up and to keep moving forward.
  • The Four Steps process is not magic. However, when small business owners follow a systematic process, magical things start to happen.
  • A vision without implementation is just a hallucination. The key is execution.
  • How does the Four Steps process set business owners up for success?
  • The bigger we become, the more structured we have to be.
  • Scott shares an amazing client success story!



Jan 24, 2018

David Cooke is the owner of D’Franco Finishes, a decorative company that helps you love the house you live in. One of the biggest lessons David has learned while being a part of the Iron Sharpens Iron community is to include your wife in your successes and big-picture plans. Out of everyone in your life, she wants you to win the most.

Highlights from This Episode:

  • Why does David want to start a podcast?
  • How does David plan to serve his clients through a podcast?
  • Since researching on how to start a podcast, what has been something unexpected that David has learned?
  • What advice does David have for aspiring podcasters?
  • Why did David decide to invest in a coaching program?
  • Fear can show up in a couple of different ways in your business and in your relationships.
  • Set your intentions and then work backward. Sky’s the limit on what you can accomplish.
  • While working in the Four Steps program, what has helped David the most so far?
  • It has given David glasses. He can finally see his path!
  • Iron Sharpens Iron has helped David become more transparent with his wife. David can’t believe how stupid he was not to do this before!



Jan 17, 2018

Tom Rubens is an Entrepreneur, Author, and Business Coach. Tom is all about creating a harmonious culture. In fact, he says to forget about balance because it naturally implies conflict. When you strive to create harmony, you create peace within yourself.


Highlights from This Episode:

  • How do you create a harmonious business culture?
  • People often want to strive for work/life balance, but balance, by its definition, implies conflict.
  • All relationships have blind spots, and we need someone to help us see them.
  • How can we engage in a conversation that is about our blind spots?
  • What did Tom learn about himself when he was writing his book, Lifeness?
  • How did Tom’s son know tomorrow was going to be a great day?
  • You can always set the intention of how your day is going to go the day before.
  • Why did Tom decide to start his own business?
  • So many people are great at helping others, but they’re absolutely awful at marketing/selling themselves.
  • Why did Tom join Iron Sharpens Iron and what kinds of benefits has he seen so far?



Jan 10, 2018

This is Michal Stawicki’s second time appearing on the show! A lot has changed since Michal was interviewed on episode 34, a little over a year ago. Michal has recently started offering services for self-published authors who want to get noticed on Amazon. On today’s show, Michal shares his tips with you on how to best market and grow your Amazon book sales!

Highlights from This Episode:

  • Why did Michal start offering marketing services for authors looking to self-publish on Amazon?
  • Every book you want to market has to be looked at on a case-by-case basis. Every book markets just a little bit differently.
  • Michal is happy to say that his business is experiencing steady growth!
  • It’s important to note that Michal is not an overnight success. Michal has been adding value to different types of groups for free for a number of years and built a strong reputation that way.
  • What makes for a successful Amazon marketing campaign?
  • People do judge a book by its cover! Michal has a handy guide he gives all his clients on how they can update/tweak their book to make it appealing to a first-time visitor.
  • Do not neglect the headline of your book description. Ideally, it should be short, punchy, and interesting.
  • What advice does Michal have for aspiring authors who want to write?
  • Believe it or not, writing is the easy part!
  • Why did Michal decide to join Iron Sharpens Iron?



Jan 4, 2018

Matt Miller is back for another amazing podcast episode! If you don’t know who he is, you can listen to Matt’s two interviews over on episodes 4 and 51. Today’s show focuses on Matt’s new podcast, Sowing Seeds, and why you should be planting seeds for God.

Highlights from This Episode:

  • What is the Sowing Seeds podcast about?
  • Aaron Walker challenged Matt to write a book.
  • What does the idea of ‘sowing seeds’ really mean to Matt?
  • Matt became a gardener 10 years ago and has learned some important lessons about growing seed.
  • God wants you to just do your part. Trying to take on the burdens of the world is too much for our shoulders.
  • Matt had a heart attack a little over a year ago at 49 years old.
  • How does Matt have such a positive outlook on having a heart attack?
  • What would success look like for the Sowing Seeds podcast?
  • In the next year-and-a-half, Matt and his wife will be empty nesters. There’s still a ton of work to do!
  • Matt highly recommends Gary V’s podcast.



Episode 004 — Matt Miller

Dec 27, 2017

Tim Crough is a Performance Coach and the owner of Move Right KC. Now that Tim is reaching his 40s and has had a successful career, Tim is focused on building a legacy that brings a deeper connection to his family and the people around him.


Highlights from This Episode:

  • When was the last time Tim really experienced Joy?
  • Tim often asks his clients what are their ‘so you can’ goals. What are some of these goals Tim has heard?
  • Why did Tim start Move Right KC?
  • The more you push your body, the more your body is going to compensate.
  • How did Tim not get trapped the ‘lifestyle changes’ of a growing business?
  • Tim did a mission trip to Uganda, which experienced a genocide in 1994. It was a very humbling experience.
  • Now that Tim is a little over 40, he wants to focus on building his legacy.
  • What does that look like in the next 20 years?
  • How did Tim discover Iron Sharpens Iron?
  • What tips does Tim have for being a better husband?



Tim on LinkedIn

Dec 20, 2017

Mike Sudermann is the Founder of Ascent Select Talent Capital, a premier recruiting firm with a Rolodex of high-quality talent. Mike explains how he got started in this industry and shares tips on how to build long-lasting relationships no matter where you are.


Highlights from This Episode:

  • ● How did Mike get started in his career?
  • ● When you’re cold calling on the phone, you learn very quickly to sell value.
  • ● In life, it’s all about building connections and relationships.
  • ● Truth is, being successful is not that hard. Transitioning from success to significance is.
  • ● What value do you bring to your customers and clients?
  • ● Companies have an unfair advantage when they care more about their clients than their competitors do.
  • ● People like doing business with people they trust and believe in.
  • ● Why did Mike decide to write a book?
  • ● Updating your resume and sending it to companies no longer works. You need a strategy in today’s world and you have to leverage what social media can do for you.
  • ● What have been some of the unexpected benefits of joining the Iron Sharpens Iron group?
  • Resources:
  • The Executive Leap: Breakthrough Strategies to Land Your Next Top Job, by Mike Sudermann
Dec 13, 2017

Wayne Herring is a Coach and Consultant for his own company, Herring Group. He is at this new stage of his life where all of his four children are in school, not quite an empty nester just yet, but he can still feel the changes. Wayne discusses how he keeps on track and why he is very strict with the habits in his life, and also credits good friends and the Iron Sharpens Iron group for making him a better man.


Highlights from This Episode:

  • Wayne is in the thick of raising 4 kids.
  • What have some of the challenges been with transitioning into this phase of life?
  • People have been sort of ‘interrogating’ Wayne’s wife about what she’s going to do for work now that her children are of school-age. She’s been a full-time mom for the last 14 years.
  • When was the last time Wayne has experienced joy?
  • How does Wayne approach his mindset?
  • When Wayne breaks out of his usual habits, he becomes a mess. He is very careful not to break them!
  • Wayne credits his friends for helping him to keep himself on track.
  • What do people consistently ask Wayne for help with?
  • What is Wayne obsessed with right now?
  • What have been some of the benefits of joining Iron Sharpens Iron for Wayne?



Episode 17 with Wayne Herring

Wayne on LinkedIn

Dec 6, 2017

Tommy Breedlove has been there, done that. He was in the trenches with the most ambitious and successful men around, but there was something lacking in his life. Despite this success, his marriage was crumbling, his health was crumbling, and frankly, he was just not happy anymore in his chosen career. He wore a mask every day and enough was enough.


At the age of 37, he had a spiritual awakening which resulted in him founding his current company, Choose Goodness. On the show, Tommy explains what Choose Goodness is about and how he helps ambitious leaders get balanced.


Highlights from This Episode:

  • ● Tommy is a part of the ‘Choose Goodness’ movement. What is it about?
  • ● Tommy was a very successful man, but on the inside, he was crumbling. He was wearing a mask and there was just a river of destruction going on in his personal life.
  • ● Through a spiritual awaking, Tommy founded Choose Goodness, a place for business leaders seeking transformation or for those who, like Tommy, have reached a plateau and need to revitalize their core values.
  • ● Ambitious leaders have a hard time finding balance. They end up compromising themselves and those closest to them in the name of perfection. Tommy believes it’s important to choose goodness, instead.
  • ● What caused Tommy to switch careers?
  • ● When was the last time Tommy experienced joy?
  • ● What is Tommy currently obsessed with right now?
  • ● How can someone love themselves and be more forgiving of themselves?
  • ● What has been the most unexpected benefit of joining Iron Sharpens Iron?
  • ● Remember, you have to participate in your own rescue!
  • Resources:
  • Tommy on LinkedIn
Nov 29, 2017

Joel Hawbaker is a family man and father of 5 kids. He has been an IT consultant for the last 15 years and recently moved from Chicago to Tennessee. Joel discusses why he made the move, how his faith impacts his life, and so much more, on this week’s show!


Highlights from This Episode:

  • ● When was the last time Joel experienced joy?
  • ● Why did Joel move from Chicago to Tennessee?
  • ● What does Joel like about Tennessee so far?
  • ● What do people consistently ask Joel for help with?
  • ● What is Joel currently obsessed with?
  • ● Why did Joel start his IT consulting business?
  • ● How does Joel’s faith transfer over into his professional life?
  • ● Why did Joel join Iron Sharpens Iron?
  • ● Joel shares some of his tips on how he has a healthy relationship with his wife.
  • ● Remember, at the end of the day, people matter!
  • Resources:
  • Joel on LinkedIn
  • Email Joel:
  • Call Joel: 630-217-9337
Nov 22, 2017

Raz Shafer is the founder of My Campaign Coach, an organization dedicated to helping others get their foot in the door when it comes to politics. Raz and his team teach their students about campaign development and help equip them not only to win their elections but to lead through service and integrity.


Highlights from This Episode:

  • ● Raz and his wife recently had a child and they decided to deliver it at home.
  • ● What was it like going through a natural home birth?
  • ● How can someone find out more about this? First step: Be sure to really interview your midwife well.
  • ● What does Raz do and how does he help people?
  • ● Raz recently created an online course, who is it best suited for?
  • ● Raz wants to see more veterans run for office.
  • ● More people need to consider becoming politicians.
  • ● Should you run for office and can you win?
  • ● Raz has a very helpful podcast out where he talks to officials about why they decided to run, and how they won.
  • ● Whatever your background is, we need more everyday people like you considering to run for office.
  • Resources:
  • “016: From Solopreneur to Entrepreneur with Raz Shafer”
Nov 15, 2017

Jacob Shafer is 27 years old and he feels incredibly blessed to be working on his own business at such a young age. By being able to set your own hours, Jacob is able to spend time with those who matter instead of being stuck behind a desk.


Highlights from This Episode:

  • ● Who is Jacob and what does he currently do?
  • ● When was the last time Jacob experienced joy?
  • ● What do people consistently ask Jacob for help with?
  • ● Growing up, Jacob was homeschooled and would hang out with his two older brothers all the time.
  • ● Why did Jacob start his own business?
  • ● Matt Miller is Jacob’s uncle!
  • ● What has been the most fulfilling aspect of running School Spirit Vending?
  • ● What is Jacob currently obsessed with right now?
  • ● Jacob loves CrossFit and loves seeing how strong female athletes are able to completely kick his butt.
  • ● How does Jacob combine his faith with his work?
  • Resources:
Nov 8, 2017

Aaron ‘Big A’ Walker is on the show today! He brings an update for all ISI members on why he made the difficult decision to close his community down and focus on the mastermind instead. He also discusses what Daniel missed at the Evins Mill, Tennessee bi-annual ISI meetup!


Highlights from This Episode:

  • ● Aaron had to make a difficult decision recently with the Iron Sharpens Iron community recently.
  • ● Between the mastermind and the community, Aaron knew he had to focus on one thing.
  • ● Aaron had to close the community, unfortunately. But that doesn’t mean it’s the end!
  • ● Aaron is considering opening up a Junior ISI community for men between the ages of 18-21.
  • ● What was the meetup in Evins Mill, Tennessee like? What did Daniel miss?!
  • ● This year’s talk had a ‘ready, aim, fire’ approach to goal setting.
  • ● It took Aaron and his team four tries to get the balance right between hosting a big talk and letting the guys network in small groups at the event.
  • ● Greg came up to Aaron at the event and told him how these mastermind meetings were changing his life. This is how Aaron knows he’s on track.
  • ● Tom received a very thoughtful gift from Ed and he started crying uncontrollably by how meaningful the gift was.
  • ● The men in the group have gotten comfortable with each other so that they feel open to call each other out and help make everyone, including themselves, better.
  • Resources:
  • The One Thing, by Gary W. Keller and Jay Papasan
Nov 1, 2017

Anthony Witt has recently taken up a passion for writing. He knows he’s not good at it, but sees the importance of it, especially as a business owner. We need to know how to communicate effectively with our audience and that means picking up the pen (or keyboard) and writing! Anthony realizes he’s not a very good writer right now, but he will be through consistent practice. ALeeWitt


Highlights from This Episode:

  • Anthony recently attended a writing conference; what was that experience like?
  • If you’re a business owner, no matter what your profession, you need to be writing about your business!
  • Anthony has become passionate about writing, even though he knows he’s horrible at it.
  • If you like somebody who you think is a real pro at a skill, go back in time with that person as far back as you can and see where they started.
  • You’re constantly refining who you are. It takes practice and consistency. You might not be good today, but you will be.
  • What tips does Anthony have to help people be consistent in their practice?
  • Anthony is forming a small mastermind group of aspiring writers to help keep everyone accountable.
  • Anthony discusses why developing intimate connections is important.
  • People are destined to be part of a tribe.
  • Anthony offers some final parting words of advice. Your message matters!



Anthony on Twitter

Anthony on LinkedIn

Oct 25, 2017

Anthony Woolever is an industrial engineer for FedEx and served eight years in the military. Anthony is a man of many talents and is currently working on his new Amazon Ecommerce and drop shipping business. Find out Anthony’s story and why he joined the Iron Sharpens Iron group!


Highlights from This Episode:

● When was the last time Anthony experienced joy?

● What do people consistently ask Anthony for help with?

● How can you work on improving system processes?

● What is Anthony currently obsessed with right now?

● Why is Amazon Ecommerce interesting to Anthony?

● What kind of routines and systems personally help Anthony succeed?

● How does Anthony organize his email inbox?

● Why did Anthony decide to join Iron Sharpens Iron?

● What does Anthony fear the most?

● Why does Anthony think the men at ISI are able to handle success so well?



View From The Top: Episode 037 with Scott Hooper

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Getting Things Done, by David Allen

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Oct 18, 2017

This is Derek Champagne’s second guest appearance. You can get to know more about him and what he does on episode 55 of the View From The Top podcast. Exciting things are happening in Derek’s life, right now. He recently released a marketing course to help people get a clearer idea of how they should tackle both digital and traditional media. The best part of it all, though, is Derek got to work side by side with his amazing wife on this project!

Highlights from This Episode:

● Derek recently put together a marketing course to help newbies get a better handle on how to put themselves out there.

● No matter what, if you want to grow your business effectively, you will need a team.

● In Derek’s program, he does a deep dive on how you can properly research your target market as well as make yourself stand out from your competitors.

● It’s a mistake to completely replace your communication with digital (aka emails). We need the human element and we need to hear the human voice.

● Derek loves the ISI community because every day the men are sharing basic principles in the group.

● You really need to have a clear plan if you want to have consistent branding all throughout your website/campaigns.

● Derek has been looking for ten years for a document like this and he’s never found it.

● The best part of developing this course is that Derek gets to do it with his wife.

● What have been some of the unexpected benefits for Derek about creating a course with his wife?

● Derek shares tips on how you can work with your wife without breaking up!



View From The Top: Episode 037 with Scott

Global Leadership Summit

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Derek on LinkedIn

Oct 11, 2017

Scott Hooper appeared on the View From The Top podcast back in episode 37. On today’s show, Scott discusses why he’s so passionate about teaching children about the power they hold within themselves. He recently launched a podcast called Inspire a Kid and explains in depth why every child has unlimited potential to achieve amazing things.


Highlights from This Episode:

● A bunch of Scott’s mastermind buddies released their own podcast.

● Scott recently released his own podcast too. What is it about?

● Every child has greatness in them. Scott shares an example of what he means.

● Scott believes most kids live a life where they naturally want to help. Unfortunately, we adults tend to beat that passion out of them.

● It’s a tragic loss when a child dies physically, but it’s also tragic when they die emotionally or mentally to the world around them.

● The Inspire a Kid podcast is about telling inspiring stories of kid influencers and great adults who were inspired when they were kids.

● Everybody knows that behavior follows character. Teach good behavior, and you have a good character.

● Every kid has the potential to greatness. It’s important to have them realize this early in their lives.

● Scott discusses his vision for the podcast and what he hopes to achieve in the next couple of years.

● Want to know more? Feel free to email Scott!



View From The Top: Episode 037 with Scott

Global Leadership Summit

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Oct 4, 2017

Lane Beene is a full-time Air Force Officer and an F16 Pilot. Lane has been in the military for almost 26 years but has a real estate investment business on the side. On the show, Lane discusses how the Iron Sharpens Iron mastermind has helped his side hustle tremendously.

Highlights from This Episode:

● Who is Lane and what does he do?

● Why does Lane like investing in real estate so much?

● Lane has had three business breakthroughs since joining Iron Sharpens Iron.

● Lane was able to identify his own core values with the help of his mastermind brothers.

● Lane had a hard time describing what he did because what he did was ‘artistic.’ However, Lane understands now that processes are critical to your business.

● The men in the mastermind group helped Lane reframe his mind on how he’s supposed to pay himself in the business.

● Lane now knows how to go from entrepreneur to a business owner where he can hire staff to give himself more time freedom.

● We never went to school on how to develop and build a tight business.

● What has been the most unexpected benefit to joining ISI?

● Lane felt like he had plateaued, but since being with the inspiring members of ISI, he has consistently climbed higher and higher.



Global Leadership Summit


Sep 27, 2017

Jaime Jay is the Founder of Castrly Podcast Production Software. His program is able to take and streamline your podcast workflow from 51 to 17 minutes. Jaime is also the managing director of Slapshot Studio, which focuses on strengthening client’s brands. Find out what Jaime is up to and why he joined the ISI community!


Highlights from This Episode:

● What was it like attending the Podcast Movement conference?

● What cool things did Jaime learn about while at the conference?

● What is Castrly about?

● Slapshot Studio recently underwent a website redesign and it’s also up for an award.

● Branding is about telling your story and underlining the core problem many people face.

● Why has Chatbox helped with Jaime’s business?

● Jaime thinks emailing will become obsolete soon because of Chatbox.

● Using Chatbox has to be mindful. You are walking a fine line between promotion, vs. spam.

● There are currently no standards for how people should/can use Chatbox and other bot-related apps.

● Jaime has some tips on how you can serve your clients 10x better.



Global Leadership Summit


Sep 20, 2017

This is Chris Shrader’s second guest appearance on the show. Last year, Daniel spoke to Chris about his decision to move from Indiana to Alabama and how the men in ISI encouraged him to make such a big move. Where is Chris today and what is he up to? Find out on this week’s episode!


Highlights from This Episode:

● Chris has moved from Indiana to Alabama, how did Iron Sharpens Iron help Chris with that decision?

● When was the last time Chris experienced joy?

● Chris is currently undergoing a career pivot. How has the mastermind helped support Chris during this time?

● How do you really know when to change your mindset? The men in ISI know when you’re limiting yourself.

● Chris and his mastermind group are writing a book together. How on earth did that happen?

● Every year the ISI men get together face-to-face. What has the experience been like for Chris?

● What do people consistently ask Chris for help with?

● What kinds of challenges do young men today face?

● What is Chris currently obsessed with right now?

● Chris has started to write in his Bible and keep notes as he goes along.



View From The Top: 022: “Don’t Be a Slave to Debt With Chris Shrader”


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Sep 13, 2017

Daniel Bauer is the guest for this week’s show. Finally, you get a chance to see a new side of the View From The Top podcast host and some of the things that he is passionate about right now. Daniel discusses why God and family are so important to him, and how the ISI community has helped him become a better man.


Highlights from This Episode:

● Daniel gets interviewed this time around! It’s time to get to know the host of the show.

● When was the last time Daniel experienced joy?

● Why is family so important to Daniel?

● Daniel sat down and wrote out his life plan two years ago. He first started with his eulogy.

● How does Daniel combine his faith and his professional life together?

● What do people consistently ask Daniel for help with?

● Why did Daniel start his business, Better Leaders, Better Schools?

● Why did Daniel join the ISI community?

● Daniel respects Big A and what he stands for as a person.

● What has been the most unexpected benefit of joining ISI?



 Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want, by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy

Ego Is the Enemy, by Ryan Holiday

The Obstacle is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph, by Ryan Holiday

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Sep 6, 2017

Jeff McMahon has been a personal trainer for almost a decade. He has a degree in pre-med/pre-pharm and is also certified in exercise science and sports medicine. Jeff is able to help transform people’s lives all over the world through his virtual business. On the show, Jeff discusses why having the right mindset is one of the three key things to losing weight.


Highlights from This Episode:

● When was the last time Jeff experienced joy?

● How does Jeff transform his client’s lives?

● What have been some of the common reasons why Jeff’s clients want to lose weight?

● Has Jeff ever had to fire a client?

● Jeff has been running his virtual business for the last three years; what has he learned about the business so far?

● What is virtual training, anyway?

● Jeff says he can help you get results in 90 days!

● What do people consistently ask Jeff for help with (aside from the personal training)?

● What is Jeff currently obsessed with right now?

● What has been the most unexpected benefit of participating in the Iron Sharpens Iron community?



Global Leadership Summit


Aug 30, 2017

Eric Gonia has been married for the last 19 years and this is his second appearance on the podcast! On this week’s show, Eric discusses how he turned his vision of having his family travel within the U.S. in an RV into a reality. Eric is able to work remotely while he travels, but there have been some challenges along the way!


Highlights from This Episode:

● When Eric attended the View From The Top event in Tennessee, he pitched this vision of a family adventure where the family would travel within the U.S./Globally. How’s that going?

● What are some of the places Eric and his family have traveled to so far?

● Eric and his wife homeschool their children, and what’s cool is they now get an incredibly hands-on history experience with the places they travel to.

● Niagara falls has been Eric’s favorite destination so far!

● Having a family in a small RV space can lead to so many distractions, how does Eric work remotely effectively?

● The biggest challenge Eric has had so far is having reliable internet.

● What are some of the things that Eric and his family miss now that they’re traveling all the time?

● What has been the biggest lesson Eric has learned so far?

● How have the men of Iron Sharpens Iron encouraged Eric throughout all of this?

● The men have been a huge support system to Eric!



Eric on LinkedIn

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Episode 12 with Eric Gonia

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