Chris is the author of the new book Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 Days.
Five years ago, I remember staying in a hostel on the beach in Nicaragua for $7/night reading Chris’ original book The Art of Non-Conformity. This is a book that made a dramatic impact on my life and inspired me to build Under30Experiences into what it is today. If you haven’t heard about Chris’ World Domination Summit, it’s a community I highly recommend getting involved with.
Chris and I talk about what it’s like to see every country in the world and how creating such a massive quest for himself allowed him to get to know himself better, which almost always leads to great confidence and levels of success.
I have the opportunity to ask Chris how he began to find his voice, especially as an introvert, and what other shy people can do to get out of their comfort zones.
If you are wondering what’s next in your life or how you can start to earn money on the side, I highly suggest listening in to Chris’ advice. I truly enjoyed this conversation and knowing that not everyone has to take the same path to success and starting a side business should be easy and fun.
Listen until the end to find out Chris’ favorite book, country, meal, and worst side hustle he ever started himself.
Joy Parish is co-host of Girls Gone WOD Podcast and a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Joy and I talk about her journey creating a massively successful podcast. We also talk therapy, Crossfit, issues facing modern day society, and everything in between. I ask her questions about what it’s like to be a therapist and in this very casual conversation between friends, she drops some amazing pieces of advice on mindfulness and listening to yourself.
I do my best in this episode to understand competition and weight training from a female perspective and talk about the importance about having someone to talk to.
The Girls Gone WOD podcast is a great resource for people to understand they aren’t alone out there and as you can tell from this episode, it’s always a fun listen.
P.S. Did you know Girls Gone WOD is going to Iceland with CustomExperiences?!
Rajiv Nathan is a Indian-American rapper, yoga teacher, pitch consultant, and storyteller… not necessarily in that order.
Growing confidence in becoming yourself, growing your influence, confidence, and doing what you really want to pursue in life.
Raj and I start off with some deep conversation about becoming the people we want to be, and his journey through adversity, pursuing his passions in a world where Indian Americans became doctors, not rappers.
We also have the college vs. no college debate, and I ask him whether he got more benefit out of his university education or from his yoga teacher training, or last startup venture that didn’t work out.
I encourage all readers and listeners to live long lives and careers, be multi-passionate and pursue many things you love.
“It’s not enough to do good, it must be done well.”
Daniel DiPiazza comes on the show for a fun chat about topics ranging from brain health, to becoming a best-selling author.
We talk about my latest exploration in optimal brain wave states, meditation, and neurofeedback. Matt goes on a rant about eating enough fats, veganism, and Daniel talks about the high price of living in Los Angeles, why he decided to drive a Mercedes Benz, and why he wants to move to Barcelona.
Daniel drop some sage knowledge from Alan Watts and how to be comfortable with who you are versus doing things simply because you want to be better than other people. Do things for you and nobody else.
Matt and Daniel also talk about how it’s way better to have a small group of dedicated customers instead of a big following on social media.