“You can accomplish anything you set your mind to” is the advice epitomized by guest Colin O'Brady. Colin battled life-threatening injuries to become a professional endurance athlete. Incredibly, he shattered the world record for scaling the tallest mountain on each continent and skiing to the North and South Poles. Evan and Todd discover what motivates Colin and share his message to all people as they pursue their dreams. For more information, go to beyond72.com and follow Colin at @beyond_72.
We all want to raise our children to be successful. So what are the steps to help them become entrepreneurs and start the next billion dollar tech company? Todd and Evan explore this question with Alexandra Samuel, author of Work Smarter with Social Media and writer of the Wall Street Journal article, "How to Raise the Next Mark Zuckerberg." Alexandra advocates that children should become familiar with social media before age 13 and shares how kids can set up practice business ventures.
For more information, go to alexandrasamuel.com and follow her at @awsamuel.
Running a lemonade stand is one of the most traditional ways for kids to start a business. In this episode, we hear from 10-year old Jack Bonneau, the founder and CEO of Jack's Stands. He is putting a new twist on the lemonade stand business and scaling it up for use by other kids. Todd and Evan talk with Jack about what motivates him at such a young age and how he is dealing with the challenges of running his own business. For more information, go to jacksstands.com.