Motivated by a one-year sober challenge I imposed upon myself, I sat down with my homie Wil to discuss his road to potential without the drank. Wil transformed substance abuse, violent trauma, and mental health problems into becoming a martial arts teacher, passionate writer and a loving husband. Hear why quitting the sauce and finding karate allowed him to cut through the bullsh*t and write his own definition of success.
This was recorded July 2016 during my 4th and final season as a Wildland Firefighter. We got called to a fire that was quickly spreading near the border of Mexico in Southern Arizona. After being flown into a safe location, we started to engage the fire and I went up a ravine to see what kind of work would be needed to put the fire out. You will hear me call in a helicopter to do a water bucket drop and my crew member and I shooting the shit before hiking out of the canyon.
JT was born to a drug-dealing, pimp father and a single struggling mother and is now the CEO of a multimillion-dollar book-publishing start-up. Hear how he rose to the top and how you can incorporate these lessons into your own life. JT brings his raw and inspirational personality to this one, let's get hustlin!
Find his book on Amazon: "I Got There: How I Overcame, Racism, Poverty and Abuse to Achieve the American Dream"
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After moving around the country & South America for the past five years before finally getting to Austin, I have failed and succeeded at many ways of building a life in a new place.
Here I list the top 5 ways to get a head start when you first move to a city or need a boost after spending some time in one location. They will help you get in the situations where meeting people is inevitable and easy, find the job you have been looking for and develop a true sense of community.
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instagram @alexhstarr and let me know what has worked for you! Toodles
Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, environmental activist and author. He lives a happy and unconventional life without a cell phone, car and spends a maximum of $5000/year. In order to showcase the possibilities beyond money, he has traveled the world without any cash, rode his bicycle cross-country twice and does not have a single bill in his name.
Find him at www.robgreenfield.tv
His TED talk, "Be The Change in the Messed Up World"
Zach is the founder of 'Live a Great Story', a grassroots media brand focused on building a community of inspiration. We sit down at the biggest park in Austin, TX underneath an oak tree to talk about creativity, goals and what it means to be pushing boundaries in our generation.
@liveagreatstory on Instagram
Willy is one of the most positive people I have ever encountered and is the 25 year-old founder and CEO of JustLegal.com. We looked out on the Austin skyline while talking about how he chooses his reality every day and the possibility of other dimensions.
Part 2 of the powerful talk with former Navy SEAL and leadership expert Larry Yatch. Hear the most important life skills to learn, how discipline shapes who were are and what makes you capable of leading.
Find Larry at www.sealedminset.com
His free video series set up for my listeners: www.smleaders.com/starr
Former Navy SEAL and leadership expert Larry Yatch sits down with me to discuss working towards contentment, what truly makes us happy, and how discipline shapes who you are.
Find Larry at www.sealedmindset.com
See my narcissistic adventures on Instagram @alex.hartley.starr
Show notes and more at www.alexstarr.com
It's travel bug time of year people! Matt Kepnes (Nomadic Matt) is the one of the most prolific and popular travel writers online getting over 1.3 million hits A MONTH. He has been to around 90 countries over the past 10 years while writing a NY Times bestselling book that teaches people how to make travel accessible and possible with any budget.
He shows people how they can stretch their dollar to make the traveling as authentic and money-friendly as possible even for the peasant folk. He took some time while packing for his next adventure to give practical advice on traveling and how he built his empire to be able to see the world and make money while doing it.