In this powerful episode, Nick sits down with David Meltzer to talk about his mission to empower over 1 billion people to be happy. (To be specific, his definition of happiness is to "make a lot of money, help a lot of people, and have a lot of fun.") As a massively successful entrepreneur, David has a lot of knowledge to share on not only how to build a business, but how to pitch it and how to build your ideal lifestyle as an entrepreneur. Listen in for countless nuggets of wisdom—from David's 5 tools for being in gratitude to stories from his days on Elevator Pitch and the 2 routines every entrepreneur needs to have for success.
You can view the full show notes at https://getleverage.com/podcast/79.
David Meltzer is a highly successful serial entrepreneur, consultant, Top 100 Business Coach, speaker, and author. He's the co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing, host of "The Playbook" podcast, executive producer and host of Elevator Pitch, and three-time international best-selling author. David has been recognized by Variety Magazine as their Sports Humanitarian of the Year and awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. He currently spends his time producing free educational resources to achieve his mission of empowering over 1 billion people to be happy.
In one of our most unique, fascinating and powerful episodes to date, Nick and Lee Brower sit down to talk with Daryl Davis. Daryl is a musician who has spent his life playing music around the world. But what he does in his spare time will surprise you. As an African-American man, he spends his free time talking to and befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan. His goal is not to convert them, but to simply have a conversation. Through these conversations, amazing things happen… Listen in to hear Daryl tell stories of these conversations and learn how we can have open, honest and impactful discussions with the people around us—even if they are opposed to our views.
You can view the full show notes at https://getleverage.com/podcast/78.
Daryl Davis is an R&B and blues musician, activist, author, speaker, and the subject of the documentary, Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America. He is on a mission to improve race relations by engaging and even befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), with the goal of changing their perspective on race. Through simple conversations, he has convinced dozens of Klansmen to leave and denounce the KKK—and he isn't stopping anytime soon.
The future of work is changing and remote work is on the rise. But how will these changes affect the economy and the workforce as a whole? Nicholas Bloom is on the podcast this week to discuss exactly that. As an economics professor, researcher and future of work expert, he's uniquely equipped to discuss how the changes we're seeing in the workplace from COVID-19 will impact our economy. Nick and Nick discuss the larger implications of the future of work, how entrepreneurs and startups will fare as the pandemic continues, and what remote work is going to look like post-pandemic.
You can view the full show notes at getleverage.com/podcast/77.
Nicholas Bloom is the Eberle Professor in the Department of Economics at Stanford University, a Courtesy Professor at Stanford Business School and Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, and a co-Director of the Productivity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research. His research focuses on the measurement and impact of uncertainty on investment, employment, and growth. He also works on the measurement of management practices and productivity, and previously worked at the Mckinsey & Company consulting firm.