Michael Stein is a self proclaimed "long shot". His family legacy consists of his grandmother and her family escaping the Russian concentration camps at gunpoint on her way to America, his father being a homeless street kid, becoming a millionaire to then lose it all and becoming homeless again. Being born two months premature and being diagnosed with a learning disability.
Michael visits Maria Daniels on this episode with a discussion of embracing the "middle zone" of chaos, screenplay writing, dealing with self doubt, putting together a documentary (Burn The Boats Coming Soon), his first acting role in "Boogie Nights".
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Book mentioned in this podcast:
The Guide for Every Screenwriter by Geoffrey D. Calhoun
We all have moments where we want to do everything for everyone. Especially when it comes to being a new business owner or even already having a business with great profit.
Joe Stolte is a business growth coach and tractionologist. He visits Maria today to discuss why it's so important to simplify and focus when it comes to your business. Working with your who is important and being realistic is what makes a business grow and function with integrity.
Also discussed in this episode, why working with a coach can help you see from another perspective, working on getting the courage to act, working where your heart is, and how messy can also be beautiful.
Find Joe Stolte online:
His book: www.tractionologybook.com
Website: Joe Stolte
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Maria Daniels is joined with guest Bob Czerwinski of Church Group HELP.
He and his team work with helping non profits (big or small) find the best ways to fundraise/raise money to help others for their cause.
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Eb Sanders is a career coach that specializes in helping creative types find their niche and take result driven action to reach their goals.
In this episode, Maria and Eb discuss how perfection is not necessary for growth, how everyone can benefit from a career coach and how she found her niche after leaving her career of 12 years as a college professor.
Eb provides FREE tools to use to help creatives on their career path here.
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Mack Griffin (Maccabee Griffin) is a voice over actor. He has worked on numerous projects and currently is a part of The Memory Collective.
Mack medically retired from the US Army and eventually got his degree in Supply Chain Management. He later then moved into a career of voice over work after a friend mentioned why he should focus his time on being a part of something that make him happy.
Check out Mack's website here.
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Sam Mitchell is a teenager living with autism. On this episode he's joined with his mother Gina, sharing how he started his podcast, why his voice is important in the podcasting community and releasing the stigma of what it means to have special needs.
Sam's podcast is called Autism Rocks and Rolls.
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Johnny Anton teaches coaches, consultants and experts how to have a more humanistic approach when connecting with clients.
Johnny gained this skill by conquering a tough moment in his past at a young age.
Johnny is an example of growing through what you go through.
In this episode, he shares a moment that shaped him, how he conquered it and how important it is to focus on people first and profit second.
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