Today, Adam is joined by Chairman and former president of the Jordan brand at Nike. Larry shares his troubled upbringing in Philadelphia, the incident that would change his life, and how he fixed his life through education. Adam talks about the importance of building and maintaining relationships, as Larry shares the individuals he met along the way, who helped him get to where he is today. He also shares his experience working with basketball legend Michael Jordan, and time as president of the Portland Trail Blazers. Larry Miller's new book, "Jump: My Secret Journey from the Streets to the Boardroom" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Spartan CEO and co-founder, Joe De Sena returns to the show to talk about his new television series, his transition from Wall Street to farm owner, and they discuss the importance of IQ vs self-esteem in today's world. Adam shares his thoughts on the modern digital ease people, and they compare the days of yore starting in construction. Plus, mental discipline, no excuses and the lessons fading into time. Joe's new show, "No Retreat: Business Bootcamp" premieres Tuesday, February 22nd on CNBC.
Today, Adam is joined by former nightclub owner and global media influencer, Eli Wehbe. Eli shares his story of coming up in the Hollywood nightlife, the tragedy that changed his life, and his journey to reinvent himself. Plus, they both share stories of pushing their bodies past their limits from cold plunges to running up a mountain every early morning. Eli's new book, "Mask: My Race Through the Belly of Hollywood to Self-Discovery" is available now on Amazon and wherever you find finer books.
Today, 'Order of Man' founder and combat veteran, Ryan Michler returns in-studio as he sits down with Adam to talk about the loss of masculinity in society today. Adam shares his idea of 'Chick Thinking', Ryan shares his thoughts on the consequences for being weak nowadays, and they discuss the differentiating beliefs among racial groups, Plus, the dangers of following false narratives, not questioning the truth, and 'feeble thinking'. The podcast, "Order of Man" is available everywhere you listen to podcasts.
On a rare two on one, Adam sits down with former NHL goalie and Olympic medalist, Corey Hirsch, as well as psychiatrist, Dr. Diane McIntosh. They tackle one of the quickest rising issues affecting society today, mental illness, how people quietly deal with the pain inside, and how both professional athletes & the average person struggle with similar mental issues. Corey shares his time playing hockey while battling OCD and anxiety, and Dr. McIntosh tells us the importance of understanding the inner battles we can't see in others. Plus, they help Adam see his effect on his loyal listeners. Their new podcast, Blindsided, is available everywhere you listen to podcasts.
Today, New York Times Bestselling Author, Brian Kilmeade, returns for a motivational talk with Adam. He tells us about his entry into the workforce and shares some of his earliest jobs, including working for Jerry's Seinfeld's father. They discuss work ethic versus luck, explore the world of carpentry, and dissect good parenting. Plus, they diagnose a modern Abraham Lincoln. Brian Kilmeade's new book, "The President and the Freedom Fighter: Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Their Battle to Save America's Soul" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Today, Adam is joined by multiple time bestselling author Mitch Albom. He is best known for his memoir, "Tuesdays with Morrie", and he shares the story of his time with his former college professor before his passing, the eventual success the book had, and how his life shifted from sportswriter to inspirational author. Adam explores the differences between good speakers and good listeners, and how people are losing the ability to listen to modern technology. Mitch also shares the inspirations for his books from life experiences to his various charities. Mitch Albom's latest book, "The Stranger in the Lifeboat" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Today, author and chief investment officer, David Bahnsen returns to the show. He and Adam talk about the value of money today, the vast wealth inequality within communities, and how it's quickly becoming invisible. They also examine how two generations on how they actually see money, and he reveals the number one thing people can do to build wealth. David Bahnsen's new book, "There's No Free Lunch: 250 Economic Truths" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Today Adam sits down with author Cheryl Miller. She shares her story of homelessness, losing her jobs, and her battle with addiction. Adam explores her journey to better herself and they dive into her extensive history in helping struggling women. Cheryl explains 'restorative justice' and how she combined it to better help women in a new way. Cheryl's new book, ''Business Doing Good: Engaging Women and Elevating Communities" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Today, Adam sits down with fitness guru and entrepreneur, Jillian Michaels. After they swap stories about growing up in Los Angeles, Jillian shares the moment, as a teenager, when she hit rock bottom and decided to change her lifestyle by joining martial arts and taking her future career into her own hands. They talk about the importance of changing lanes for the better and Adam shares his own path out of construction and how he trained himself for his career move. They talk about the importance of self-compassion & dedication, knowing you deserve better and getting the idea of being a victim out of your head. Jillian's training app, "The Fitness App". can be found anywhere you get your apps.