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Paul Hutchinson is the co-founder of Bridge Investment Group, a real estate investment firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Having retired from Bridge in 2017, Paul has dedicated his time and resources to philanthropy. Over the course of his career, he has founded 15 companies, including the Child Liberation Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to save kidnapped and trafficked children all over the world. Paul has gone undercover on over 70 rescue missions over his career and has saved countless children from human trafficking. His story has even been adapted for film in the upcoming movie, The Sound of Freedom. Listen in! Links Paul’s Website: The Child Liberation Foundation: The Sound of Freedom:
Bryan Johnson is an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, author, and writer. A serial entrepreneur, Bryan is the founder of numerous successful companies. He is the founder of Blueprint, Kernel, OS Fund, and Braintree. In 2012, Braintree purchased Venmo and then later sold it to Paypal for $800 million. Bryan joins the podcast today to talk about his experiences as an entrepreneur, how he started, and his ultimate goal for Blueprint–reversing aging and increasing our life spans through science and technology as well as lifestyle. Links Bryan’s Website: Blueprint:
Tiny Tags | Melissa Clayton

Tiny Tags | Melissa Clayton


Melissa Clayton is the founder and CEO of Tiny Tags, a high-end personalized jewelry brand for moms. She has also been featured on Shark Tank for her product, The Matte, a foldable mat that lays over a sink and creates an instant counter. Listen in as Melissa shares her entrepreneurial journey from starting her Tiny Tags business, growing from a small operation all the way to a multi-million dollar business! Links Tiny Tags: The Matte:
Dr. Gil Blander is the founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Inside Tracker, a health analytics company. Inside Tracker analyzes the key biomarkers related to health and performance and offers the user advice and guidance on optimizing their health. At 12 years old, Dr. Blander’s aunt passed away, which prompted him to ask himself: Why won’t I live forever? What can I do to allow a human to live longer? These questions kick-started his journey and with a PhD in biology, Dr. Gil Blander puts his knowledge and expertise to work in improving people’s lives.  Links Inside Tracker: Dr. Gil Blander:
Daniel Dubois is an active angel investor and a “champion for entrepreneurship.” He has invested 20 million and has sold two venture-backed companies, ShareShed and Guiides, to Leavetown. He is also the co-founder of Key, a fin-tech company whose mission is to make real estate more accessible. In this episode, Daniel goes over his experience as an angel investor, his journey in building and selling two successful businesses, and his insight into what investors are looking for. Listen in! Links Key: Daniel’s LinkedIn:
Dan Faggella is the founder of Emerj Artificial Intelligence Research, a market research and publishing company that focuses on the use of AI in business. Dan has spoken about AI to the United Nations, World Bank, and Interpol, to name a few. This episode tackles some hard-hitting topics, such as the origins of artificial intelligence, the state of the technology in 2023, and its potential impacts on society moving forward. Dan and Dave discuss ChatGPT, Google’s Bard, Microsoft’s AI-enhanced Bing, AI relationships, and much more in this exciting episode. This description was written with ChatGPT. Just kidding.  Links Emerj:
Nick Sonnenberg is the founder and CEO of Leverage, an “operational efficiency consultancy that is reinventing the way work gets done.” In this episode, Nick shares some of his expertise on improving efficiency in your organization. He emphasizes three key areas to optimize: Communication, Planning, and Resources. Nick is also a Wall Street Journal bestselling author. His latest book is “Come Up for Air: How Teams Can Leverage Systems and Tools to Stop Drowning in Work.” Links Come Up for Air: Leverage:
On Nutrition | Param Dedhia

On Nutrition | Param Dedhia


Param Dedhia, MD returns to the EO 360° podcast this week to discuss more nutrition! Param is an internal medicine doctor and integrative medicine practitioner. Previously at Johns Hopkins, Param has spent the better part of 14 years in the wellness world. Listen in as he discusses nutrition and how it pertains to entrepreneurship.  Links Param’s website:
During the height of the pandemic in November 2020, an idea came to Joe Knopp in his Walsh University dorm room. He asked his roommate, Chip, “Do you think that we could solve the world water crisis?” Fast forward to today, Ripple has built 20 wells that provide communities with clean water with Joe and Chip at the helm. Ripple is a water bottle company whose mission is to solve the world’s water problem. With every 2000 bottles sold, a community in need receives a well that provides clean water. Listen in as Joe shares his experience in starting a purpose-driven company during a global pandemic, all from his small Ohio dorm room. Joe is also a 2022 Global Student Entrepreneur Awards finalist and won the Social Impact Prize for his work with Ripple. Links Ripple’s Website:
Dr. Manuel Astruc is a board-certified general adult psychiatrist and is the author of Happiness Rules: Beat Burnout, Embrace Happiness, and Become a Better Entrepreneur. He is the founder of Your Next Act, a coaching course designed to help entrepreneurs master what he calls “mental fitness.” The goal is to optimize happiness, improve how entrepreneurs operate their business and bring joy to their lives. Listen in as Dr. Astruc shares what he’s learned on his journey as a doctor and entrepreneur. Links: Manuel Astruc: Happiness Rules:
Being Weird | Dave Rendall

Being Weird | Dave Rendall


David Rendall is a Certified Speaking Professional, leadership professor, stand-up comedian, and nonprofit executive. He is also the author of “The Freak Factor, Discovering Uniqueness by Flaunting Weakness.” In this episode, Dave talks to Dave about what it truly means to be “weird.” Oftentimes society shuns that which may be considered weird. However, Dave is here to show that there is power in embracing one’s uniqueness. Listen in! Links Dave’s Website: Dave’s LinkedIn: The Freak Factor on Amazon Books:
Lou Elliott-Cysewski is the co-founder of Coolperx, a purpose-driven business whose mission is to transform the “toxic swag industry into a credible, brand-building force for people and the planet.” Coolperx is the first climate-neutral merchandising company in the world. Through Lou’s leadership, Coolperx has helped many clients provide more sustainable and impactful gift-giving, including Google, Microsoft, and T-Mobile. Listen in as Lou shares her insights into the corporate swag industry and how her history as a nurse influenced her decision to start this company. Links Coolperx: Lou on LinkedIn:
On Sleep | Param Dedhia

On Sleep | Param Dedhia


Param Dedhia, MD is a sleep expert. He’s an internal medicine doctor and integrative medicine practitioner. After a long tenure at Johns Hopkins, Param has been in the wellness world for the better part of 14 years. In this episode, he discusses the ever-important topic of sleep. He has worked with industry leaders and executives, helping them with their sleep habits to improve their performance in their business. Listen in as Param takes a deep dive into all aspects of sleep–how it works, its benefits, and how to get the best sleep possible. Links Param’s website:
Kent Gregoire is the CEO and founder of Symphony Advantage, an advisory and consulting services firm. He has been featured in publications such as Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, and Forbes, to name a few. This week, Kent talks about Conscious Capitalism. Conscious Capitalism is a registered non-profit organization whose mission is to build a movement of business leaders to improve the practice and perception of capitalism to elevate humanity. Links Kent’s LinkedIn: Conscious Capitalism: Symphony Advantage:
Shark Tank | Mitch Allen

Shark Tank | Mitch Allen


Dave brings us back to another episode from the crypt with Mitch Allen. Mitch Allen is the Founder and Chief Elf of Hire Santa. He is a serial entrepreneur and has had other successful businesses prior to founding Hire Santa, a company that helps organizations hire professional Santa Clauses. He shares his story of appearing in Shark Tank, a business-related reality show that focuses on aspiring entrepreneurs as they make pitches to a panel of investors, and how not everything is what it seems on television. Learn more about his experience and tune in now! Links Hire Santa:
Krish Ramineni is the founder and CEO of, an AI assistant that records and transcribes your online meetings. From 2016 to 2020, Krish and his co-founder, Sam Udotong, went through several iterations of what would eventually become It was the “period of hell,” as he calls it. Krish has always had a goal of creating something that would be able to help and touch many people’s lives. Today, is used by numerous high-profile companies and organizations, including Nike, Twitter, Salesforce, Uber, and Intuit. Listen in as Krish shares how he was able to raise $19 million and ultimately get off the ground.  Links
Mark Worster is an entrepreneur, public speaker, author, psychiatric mental health professional, and psychedelic practitioner, among other things. Ronen Aires is a speaker, author, entrepreneur, investor, high-performance coach, and psychedelic practitioner. In this episode, which Dave gleefully dubs “Psychedelics 101,” Mark and Ronen share their experiences regarding psychedelics and their use in mindfulness, therapy, and other helpful outlets.  Links Mark’s Website: Absolutely F**king Amazing: Ronen’s Website: Breach:
We’re bringing back the episode with Richard Moore this week from the crypt. Richard Moore, founder of Children in Crossfire, joins Dave Will in this episode. Richard was shot in the face as he was walking home from school, permanently blinding him at 10 years old. His story of forgiving the soldier who shot him is nothing short of inspiring. It brought him to start Children in Crossfire, a charity that aims to eradicate poverty and help children in war zones. In this podcast, Richard shares how he was able to not let his blindness hinder him from having a very fulfilling life. Listen in.
Dandpani returns to EO360 this week to discuss his new book, The Power of Unwavering Focus. In the age of social media and shrinking attention spans, focus is essential. Listen in as Dandapani talks about how you can practice focus and how to remain unwavering in the face of distractions. Links The Power of Unwavering Focus: Dandapani’s Website:
This week we bring back an episode from the crypt featuring Dan Sullivan. Dan Sullivan is the founder and president of Strategic Coach Inc.Dan walks us through the different levels of thinking and how changing our thinking can change our reality. He also talks about living up until the age of 156, and how he thinks this feat can be achieved. Listen now! Links Game Changer: The Dan Sullivan Story: Extraordinary Impact Filter:
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