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Young and Profiting with Hala Taha

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Join Hala Taha as she interviews some of the brightest minds in the world―turning their wisdom into actionable advice you can use in your life no matter your age, profession or industry. Our subject matter ranges from enhancing productivity, how to gain influence, the art of side hustles and more! If you’re smart and like to continually improve yourself, hit the subscribe button, because you’ll love it here at Young and Profiting Podcast. Part of the YAP Media Network.
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So what do you need to know to prepare for the next 5, 10, or 25 years of a world increasingly impacted by artificial intelligence? How could AI change your business and your life irreparably? Our guest today, Mo Gawdat, an AI expert and former Chief Business Officer at Google [X], is going to break down what you need to understand about AI and how…
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Wide-eyed with wonder about space exploration, Stephen Wolfram's interest in science began in his childhood. Although he had difficulties learning arithmetic as a child, he became a young prodigy, publishing papers on theoretical physics at age 15. Today, he is a prominent figure in computational science and its impact on different domains, includi…
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Although he didn’t finish high school, Brian Scudamore talked his way into getting a place in college. However, his father refused to pay his fees, given his history. Determined to go anyway, Brian started a junk removal business with $700 from his savings. Thus began his journey of building thriving brands and exceptional corporate culture with pa…
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In the ‘80s, Sally Helgesen worked in corporate communications, writing speeches for leaders at reputable companies. Although she thought these companies were wonderful, she felt frustrated that they didn't understand what women could offer as leaders. The big ideas she heard other women discuss at work led her to believe it was time to let go of o…
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While Joel Larsgaard had to watch his parents declare bankruptcy, Matt Altmix grew up in a financially healthy family where money was discussed. They met as adults and became best friends, bonding over real estate investing, personal finance, and craft beer. When they saw a need for a casual personal finance show, they launched How to Money, a podc…
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With big dreams of Hollywood stardom, Ryan Serhant moved to New York City to work as an actor. But when he became one of the many unemployed actors struggling to make rent, he decided to get into real estate. Having closed more than $8 billion in sales and starred in multiple reality shows, he has built an impressive personal brand as one of the mo…
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David Allen has been described as a productivity expert who specializes in curing the psychic pain caused by the pressure of time. He introduced the world to his timeless Getting Things Done methodology in 2001 when he published a book of the same name. Thanks to his ground-breaking work, millions have discovered tools to accomplish more with less …
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Always the health nerd, Dr. Will Cole was the weird kid who packed peppers, bananas, and whole grains for lunch. Passionate about optimizing health with nature’s gifts, he decided to pursue formal training. He is now one of the top 50 functional medicine practitioners in the nation, helping people around the world restore their minds and bodies usi…
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A true YouTube pioneer, Sean Cannell joined the platform only two years after its launch. Having built a YouTube empire worth $10 million, he helps entrepreneurs grow their influence and pursue their passion full-time through the power of online video. In today’s episode, Sean offers invaluable insights on YouTube monetization and leveraging the pl…
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Sean Cannell was the textbook troubled teenager, indulging in wild parties and substance abuse. But after getting expelled from high school, he decided to turn his life around. He immersed himself in volunteer work at a small church where he discovered video production and marketing. He has now built a seven-figure media empire, with 17 years of Yo…
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When Vernā Myers started her law degree at Harvard Law School, there were more people of color than she had ever gone to school with. So, it was disheartening when she became the first and only Black person at the corporate law firm that hired her. Dissatisfied with the status quo, she joined forces with others who wanted to increase representation…
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Kelly Roach grew up close to the poverty line, so she had to rely on free lunch from the cafeteria. One day, when a new volunteer unwittingly ripped open her empty envelope in front of everyone in the line, she was mortified. Determined to rewrite her story, she worked multiple jobs in college before thriving in a corporate career and later in entr…
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Losing her mother and husband fueled Amy Morin’s quest for understanding mental strength. On one of her darkest days, she published an article titled "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do." Read by 50 million people, the piece catapulted her into ‘self-help guru’ status. Now, she trains people to build their mental strength. In today’s episode…
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After selling his first company for a staggering $15 million, James Altucher lost everything within two years. But instead of letting that setback define him, he forged his own unconventional path to success, embracing failure and constant experimentation. Not only has he built a career as a successful serial entrepreneur and thought leader, but he…
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In a hyper-competitive, saturated digital market, it can be hard to reach your target audience and stand out against your competitors. But with a dynamic sales strategy and a comprehensive CRM platform, your business is destined to scale. In this episode, Hala will walk you through how to build an unbeatable sales strategy, from picking the right a…
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When NYT bestselling author and entrepreneur Rory Vaden wanted to get better at public speaking, he went out and spoke 304 times…for free. It was perhaps the best investment he could have made in himself and his abilities. In this episode, Rory will explain how to communicate effectively and show off your authentic self while building trust. He wil…
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When Daymond John was 10 years old, his parents got divorced. His father left and Daymond never heard from him again. As a result, Daymond had to find scrappy ways to make money so he and his mom could put food on the table. Over the years, Daymond has found other creative ways to solve problems and generate profit, which is how he built a $6 billi…
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A few years ago, journalist and author Charles Duhigg was asked to help manage a complex work project. He drew up schedules and planned logistics. When a colleague told him they felt their suggestions were being ignored, Charles knew he had to face his own failures at communication. In this episode, Charles will explain how to ask the right questio…
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When Teri Ijeoma was working as an assistant principal at an elementary school, she had a mean, nit-picky boss. As a result, Teri was gaining weight, drowning in stress, and crying in the bathroom every day. When she finally accepted she needed to leave the school, she turned her hobby of investing into a full-time job that allowed her to quit her …
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Howard Behar was the North American president of Starbucks for more than two decades. During his tenure, the franchise grew from 28 stores to more than 15,000 across five continents, making the company into a worldwide phenomenon. In today’s episode, Howard and Hala will discuss how he became the “ultimate servant leader” and why you should always …
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When JeVon McCormick was growing up in the slums of Dayton, Ohio, he regularly suffered from food insecurity, abuse, and racism. As he grew older, he took hold of the lessons he learned growing up in such a rough environment to run Scribe Media, a multimillion-dollar publishing company. In this episode of YAPClassic, Hala and JeVon go deep into wha…
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Raised by Indian immigrants outside of Detroit, Michigan, Rajiv Shah had no idea that he would end up becoming a global impact leader. Shah’s desire for actionable change led him all the way to the White House to serve as the 16th Administrator of USAID. In this episode, he will share insights from his newest book Big Bets: How Large-Scale Change R…
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Even in her lower-performing months, Hala Taha consistently ranks as a top Apple podcast. How does she do it? In this episode of the Social Proof podcast, Hala talks to David Shands about her top tips for starting, growing, and monetizing a podcast. She also explains the marketing strategy that helped her grow Young and Profiting into the massively…
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Robert Glazer knows something about how to maintain performance while scaling a business. After his company Acceleration Partners grew quickly from 7 to 300 employees, Robert knew he needed to figure out new ways to maintain employee satisfaction and performance. In this episode, Robert is going to share some easy steps you can take to start buildi…
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When Daniel Pink graduated law school, he was one of three students in his class that graduated unemployed. He tested several career paths but didn’t feel fulfilled in any of them. However, eventually, he realized that what he’d been doing as a side hustle all along was what he should pursue full-time. Now, he's a bestselling author of seven books …
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