Louis Ferrante is a former Gambino crime family mobster who, by the age of 21, had netted millions for the mafia. Today, Lou is a legitimate man, dedicating his life to enhancing the minds of others. He’s a best-selling author, a TV host and speaker. This is a story of redemption, of values and a lesson in character. Listen to what the mob can teach the legitimate man.
James Prince owns private islands, 1,000-acre ranches and the best cars money can buy; these are the fruits of his labour and perhaps even, compensation for his most humble of beginnings. The CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records and manager to Floyd Mayweather and Andre Ward gives us the blueprint to his success. From the streets to the boardroom.
This is the episode every entrepreneur needs to hear. Jamie Pride, the former CEO of RealEstate.com.au, author and founder of 6 tech start-ups, most notably ‘REFIND’, once a listed $200m business that came crashing down, gives his guide to founder-fitness. This is both a personal story of triumph and a tactical playbook for a longer happier career as an entrepreneur.
“What could you do tomorrow, if you had no care of someone laughing at you?”. Steve’s day job is to make the impossible possible for his clients. From getting married by the Pope in the Vatican to being serenaded by Elton John – he can make it happen. In this episode, we discuss not only his playbook but the man behind it. Scars and all.
Annabelle Chauncey OAM is the Founding Director and CEO of the School For Life Foundation, a Not-For-Profit organisation building schools in rural Uganda. Annabelle reveals the mistakes, lessons and true cost of chasing your purpose in life; a cost she’s willing to pay. Even if it means every battle is a war of attrition.