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In this episode Derek interviews Daniel Puder. Daniel Puder is a social entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of My Life My Power World Inc., GPS for, Transformational Technologies, LLC and My Life My Brand Media Agency.

Puder is a Professional MMA Fighter and wrestled for WWE after he won $1,000,000 Tough Enough on Smackdown. He launched his non-profit in 2010 called My Life My Power and after the success of creating curriculums, training and speaking around the world, he launched his MLMP Institute and Branding company.

Puder has been a keynote speaker and trained individuals from the largest schools districts in America, FBI, DEA, local law enforcement, parenting groups and C-level executives. He prides himself on the results that MLMP Institute has produced and strives to create culture shifts personal lives and corporate companies.

Because of Daniel’s dedication to youth, he has received numerous awards such as Humanitarian of the Year Award for the Golden Badge Foundation, Honorary Service Award from the California Parent Teacher Association, sworn into the United States Marine Corp League in 2015, sworn in as a Kentucky Colonel in 2016, and Humanitarian of the Year Award for Heroes For Freedom in 2017.

Learn more at https://danielpuder.com/

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As a kid Daniel was labeled "learning disabled." He struggled in school, had anger issues, was bullied, and just held the aggression in. At age 16, Daniel joined a kickboxing gym, and from there he learned a lot from a couple of people who became his mentors. He now gets to use the lessons he learned, and disciplines, and the growth physically, mentally, and spiritually, to help kids.

A lot of kids don't have parents to go home to. The parents may be there physically, but they don't pay attention to them.

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Matthew is the founder of the Friender App, which lets you choose different categories to connect with like minded people.

Being this is a networking application, they focused first on organic connections. They target college campuses first, getting word of mouth for users, and let it organically grow from there. The first 10,000 users typically is just a testing phase, where they start tweaking the application.

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Mike Caprari is the Senior VP of Marketing in SJC Drums, and on this episode Derek ask Mike what they do to get their traffic and followers.

Mike explains that all of their traffic is organic, and that they have never paid for traffic to their social media. How is it that they now have 206K followers on their Instagram account? It's about making a personal connection with people. Interacting with fans is key to growing organic traffic. The networking, and word of mouth are the most powerful ways to promote your brand and company.

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As a business owner, entrepreneur, you will have a lot of ideas running through your mind of new opportunities, new angles, but you have to remain focused on your core.

In this episode, Derek and Fleetwood talk about how to stay focused on the core of what you do. You should really focus on what the payback of the deal is, and looking at what it is that YOU do. Does the idea line up with what you love, and what you do?

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Derek was featured on the hit podcast called "Motivational Mondays" hosted by Abigale Otchere.

Abigale asks Derek a simple question, "what one lesson took you the longest to learn?" The answer to this could be many things. It could be managing people, delivering value to clients, building a culture, but Derek's answer may shock you. Check out today's episode to find out what one big lesson took Derek the longest to learn, that had the biggest impact on himself, and his business.

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Self Awareness is so important. There are entrepreneurs who may be so hard on yourself that you don't want to think you have any strengths, and those who are over confident where it borderlines arrogance.

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Cort Dial is the author of the 2016 best selling business book, Heretics to Heroes. Cort is an accomplished author, entrepreneur, and investor. On this episode, Derek asks Cort the question "Why do you consider yourself a heretic?"

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Brian Moran, author of The 12 Week Year, talks about how to get buy in from your team when implementing the 12 Week Year. You'll want to first start with discovering what their personal goals are, and then connect the dots to the company goals. When you can connect to the dots on how to make the company successful, they can see how they can live the life they want by helping the company meet its goals.

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As an entrepreneur, it's important to have passions to drive you forward. Most entrepreneur's are ambitions, and on a mission. Sometimes though, there are setbacks. Kourtney shares what she is most passionate about, and how she handles those setbacks when they come up.

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