Wealthy Wellthy Podcast

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Dec 18, 2020

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Does everything happen to you or for you? 


In an instant, everything could change for the better, or worse. In the unexpected turn for the worse situations, are you a victim of circumstance? Or, do you take your part of the responsibility, learn the lesson and turn that sour lemon into sweet lemonade? 


If we wish to be healthy and happy it requires full accountability and responsibility for our life. Every choice we’ve made has brought us to the exact place we sit right now.  No matter where we’ve been (good or bad) we’ve been the common denominator. This means -- in almost all cases, we are the cause of the effect (outcome/situation) we are in at that moment. 


Part of ‘adulting’ is to own our life and quit hiding behind lies and excuses. When things get tough, it is easy to fold under pressure. It’s simple to point fingers and blame someone or something else for the situation we are in. But, I believe our soul knows when we are bullshitting ourselves, and others -- and, as a result -- it defeats our happy spirit. 


Today's episode is about taking full accountability and responsibility for a horrific situation. And you’ll hear love, grit, perseverance, and climbing one’s way to the top from the very bottom. In this case, prison! 


In this conversation, Kier talks about the lessons he learned in prison. How difficult it was to re-emerge into society when no one would hire him. Nor, accept his application to return to college. It would have been easy for him to sink into more darkness and lead a self-destructive path. But, through his determination and passion for wanting a good life, he beat the odds and now has a thriving 7-figure business. Kier now leads an amazing life ‘clean and sober’ with a mission to help addicts kick the habit through a modern approach to recovery. 


You will love Kier’s zest for life and will appreciate his extraordinary accomplishments since graduating from a New York prison (yes--graduating. He says it was definitely a form of education!). 


If you, or someone you love, have addiction issues -- you’ll definitely wish to listen in! 


Keir Weimer is an expert in entrepreneurship, real estate, and the Live Free Lifestyle, having founded and successfully led multiple seven-figure companies in luxury real estate brokerage, hospitality development, investment, lifestyle show and brand, and education & information, training, and event enterprises. He is also a #1 Amazon Bestselling author, a certified high-performance coach, and a speaker. He has a passion for taking early-stage, novel ideas to market and growing teams, cultures, and businesses around them.


We touch on many deep topics

  • How To Handle Tragedy
  • Extreme Ownership
  • Life in Prison
  • Grit
  • Mindsets
  • Addiction
  • LifeStyle Architecture
Dec 4, 2020

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If you had to narrow down to the ONE THING that you believe is holding you back from achieving everything you dreamed of, what would it be?

Could it be as simple as not “Asking” for what you want?” On a scale from 1-5 -- 5 being you are an Expert Asker -- how would you rate your Asking willingness and ability? 


This episode is all about learning how to ASK. My guests, Mark Victor and Crystal recently wrote a book called Ask! They claim that much of not getting what we want out of life is a direct result of not asking for exactly what we want out of life. 


A starting place they offered in the interview is to begin by asking yourself these crucial questions:

  • Where are you in your life right now?
  • Where do you want to be? 
  • What questions do you need to be asking to bridge the gap? 
  • Who could you be asking to help? 


Chances are that you are not asking the right questions. And, you are not asking others to help you in your quest to manifest your goals and dreams. Merely asking sounds pretty simple. But, it tends to be one of the most difficult things for us to do. 




Because of those same demons that continue to sabotage our potential: guilt, shame, fear, avoidance, and/or lack of clarity of purpose.  Most especially the fear of being rejected by being told “no.” We give up all those “yeses” in fear of getting an occasional “no.” Which, at the end of the day -- keeps us playing small! Robbing us of ever reaching our potential. 


I took copious notes during this interview. 

Some of the topics discussed are

  • The Power of Asking
  • Why You Need a Seven Year Old On Your Board
  • How To Get Yourself Unstuck
  • Flipping the Script On Feeling Unworthy
  • How To Ask For What We Want
  • How To Inspire People
  • The Seven Roadblocks Of Asking
  • Seeking Connection
  • Gender Differences In Asking

Mark Victor Hansen is probably best known as the co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series and brand, setting world records in book sales, with over 500 million books sold. Mark also worked his way into a worldwide spotlight as a sought-after keynote speaker and entrepreneurial marketing maven.


Crystal Dwyer Hansen is an international speaker, researcher, corporate consultant, author, and entrepreneur. Her expertise is in the field of human potential. Through her years spent as a Transformational Life Coach and Wellness/Nutrition Expert, she has seen people experience profound and lasting transformation in relationships, career, health & wellness by tapping into their inner resources.


These two are amazing humans. Let me know your takeaways! 

Nov 20, 2020

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What self-limiting beliefs do you have that may be holding you back? What stories are you stuck in that hold you back from achieving your goals and dreams? Unbeknownst to most -- the thoughts and words people use on a regular basis are what shape their behaviors which creates the trajectory of their future. This episode will help you identify your recurrent thoughts and patterns that may be sabotaging the life you desire and will help you redefine them. 


Paul Ross is an expert in NLP. What is NLP? Listen in and learn all about it. I’m familiar with NLP, but wow, Paul uses examples in this episode that had my jaw dropping throughout our conversation. I realized for myself that there are many words I use that are weak in comparison to what’s possible. 


Paul emphasizes that our language (thoughts and words) create our realities -- both good and bad. When our self-talk is full of negative thoughts (invisible words) -- our reality will match up with those words because those words create our reality. Our moods and narratives become the life story we live in. So, if the life story isn’t the way we want -- it’s time to look at and change our language.  


This starts by reflecting on: “Where did these beliefs and stories come from? Are they mine that I chose? Or, were they handed to me from my family and/or environment? Am I attached to these? If so, Why?”.


That’s personal. What about professionally? Paul states that every conversation we have is an attempt to sell our point of view and our perspective. In each conversation, we can expand each other's minds in how we view a topic. If you know how to model and better influence a person, you have a much higher chance of getting your point across. Which can lead to more sales. And, better relationships.

This is a powerful episode. I learned that NLP is one of the most effective methods for creating rapport with your unconscious mind to rapidly release old programming, shift your beliefs, and change your behavior to create massive results in your life and business.

Let me know your Ahas! I had many of my own. 


Paul Ross is an author, speaker, trainer, Master Hypnotist, and Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. For the past 30 years, he's taught thousands of people the power of language to persuade, sell, heal, turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones and pain into passion.


Some of the topics we dive into are:

  • How To Develop A Sense Of Trust With A Person
  • How To Make A Person Think Your Idea Is Their Own.
  • How To Grab People's Attention
  • Subconscious Communication
  • Hypnosis
  • Pattern Interrupts
  • Mirroring
  • When To Be Vague And When To Be Specific
  • Trance Phrases
Nov 6, 2020

What would you do with a second lease on life? Are you grinding away working away at all times? Are you exchanging your wealth for health?


These are big topics in today’s episode. My guest, Matthew Korbin, and I have both faced death in the eye as a result of living life totally out of balance. A life where our entire focus and primary purpose was on business growth and super start Identity. Our health (and relationships) took a backseat -- until our bodies said, “enough is enough.” 


This episode is about discovering what lights you up. Finding that homeostasis between life and work. To remember that the business is to serve you and your personal dreams, goals, relationships, and wellness -- not the other way around.


Matthew Korban, Certified Health and Life Coach, has spent over 25 years connecting with people. First, as an international marketing consultant traveling the world and making millions to now -- a reformed “business addict” who helps others avoid burnout (and potential death) as an impassioned coach by teaching workaholics how to restore ‘purity’ and balance to business so that there is no need to compromise the best things life has to offer -- love, health, and memories. 


Matthew has opened spots to have a free call with him HERE!


Get ready to jump in to this episode where we talk:

  • Building A Empire And Walking Away
  • Laying On Death’s Door
  • Reinventing Yourself Outside Of Your Job
  • Balancing Of Life
  • How To Be Honest With Yourself
  • Burn Out
  • Discover, Pivot, Launch Method.
Oct 23, 2020

People are taking action to be more conscious of their money lately. One of the things you might never have thought about is your medical bills. Do you know if your medical bill is right? Often they will overcharge and or include something extra on your bill. Who knew, right?


Today’s guest is Angel Cellucci. Angel is a sought-after speaker, trainer, and consultant who inspires audience members and clients to take charge of their health care expenditures. The knowledge and training she provides is the first line of defense against medical fraud, waste, and abuse, which currently robs all of us an estimated $80 billion dollars every year. Angel is the Owner and CEO of two medical fraud investigation companies;  and she is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Medical Fraud Fighters  Overbrook Consultants 


Some of the topics we discuss when it comes to reviewing the bills and fighting the erroneous charges are:


  • Guilty Til Proven Innocent
  • Dove System (Document • Organize • Verify • Engage)
  • The Four Most Common Things To Look For on Your Bill
  • How To Change Your Mindset Around Medical Bills
  • How to Advocate for Yourself
  • To Remember -- You Have All The Power


If you have current, outstanding, or upcoming medical bills (or know someone else who has), you don’t want to miss this episode with Angel Cellucci!


And, Angel has a FREE gift to help you along this path. You can go HERE  to get your free ebook on how to protect yourself.

Oct 9, 2020

Do you know if your skincare products are toxic or not? A product can be all-natural and still be harmful to you. Would you rub a lotion that the main ingredient is poison oak all over you? It is essential to know the whole 360 of the products you are using. 


It is easy to have the greatest intentions and have a little ambiguity throw a monkey wrench in it all. What you put on your skin can be as important as what you eat since your skin has a large surface area where all those toxins get absorbed into your bloodstream. 


Our guest in this episode Debbi Burnes has written the book The Beauty Geek's Guide to Skin Care that lists every skincare ingredient you can imagine and then some. Another resource available is to email Sumbody the products' ingredients, and they will give you a good, better, and best rating. 

Debbi Burns is a celebrity aesthetician who is the CEO and Co-founder of Sumbody Skin Care Line. Debbi is Regularly highlighted on TV (The Tyra Banks Show, Access Hollywood and NBC’s Wine Country Living) AND in magazines (including In Style, Lucky, Organic Style, W, and O, The Oprah Magazine). 


We talk about:

  • How Toxic Most Over The Counter Beauty Products Are
  • Toxic Ingredients To Avoid 
  • An Insider View Of Cosmetics
  • What To Avoid In Shampoos, Deodorants, And Soaps
  • What To Look For When Buying Skincare Products

Enjoy This Conversation With Debbi Burns!

Oct 2, 2020

With our words, we create… so what are you creating? We are casting spells on ourselves every day with the words we choose to say. What internal dialogue are you having with yourself, and would you treat friends that way? 

Our inner reality helps to create our external reality. What are you manifesting into your life? You have so much control over your reality! Where your focus goes, your energy flows.

Christy Whitman is the CEO and founder of the Quantum Success Learning Academy & Quantum Success Coaching Academy. Christy is a two-time New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Having It All and Taming Your Alpha Bitch. She is also the author of the international bestseller Quantum Success. Her forthcoming book, The Desire Factor, will be released on April 21, 2021.

Some of the insightful topics covered are:




Feeling Into Energy

Quantum Field


Practicing Feeling Safe

Choosing Your Thoughts



Law of Attraction

Sep 25, 2020

Are your financial books dirty, or are they clean and organized? Chances are you are abdicating your business’s financial responsibilities. The big myth around doing accounting for your business is that it has to be hard and confusing. Instead of giving all of your power away to your CPA, you should be partners with them. 

Knowing where your cash is flowing is the greatest way to know where you are needlessly spending. With that extra money,  you could do something such as hiring an assistant. Discover how to better support yourself so you can better support your business. Your books tell a story-- and we talk about how to reframe those narratives to the affirmative.

Mercedes Gomez is a Wealthy Wellthy Certified Money Coach. She is a CPA based in Florida and serves clients across the world. Mercedes is originally from Lima, Peru and now lives in Boca Raton, Florida. She has Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Accounting. After 10 years of working in various accounting and consulting jobs across private and public companies, Mercedes decided to quit the comfort of a paycheck and start her own company in an effort to reconnect with true passion and mental health.

Some of the topics you will learn about:

  • What are Dirty Books?
  • Why Organized Books Are Key
  • What The Common Mistakes Are
  • Do Your Books Give You Anxiety?
  • Finding a CPA
  • Why Abdicating Your Finances Is Not The Answer
  • How To Find Money Left On The Table
  • Gamifying Your Finances
  • Learning Where To Cut Costs
  • Income Statements
  • Cost Of Services Sold
  • Operational Services
  • Net Income Or Net Loss
  • Balance Sheets
  • Wise Money Bookkeeping & Consulting
Sep 18, 2020

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a spy? I dreamed about being a spy growing up and have been fascinated by that world ever since. 


How does that knowledge transfer over to the business world you might ask? It comes down to knowing your surroundings and doing your research. 


The skills that you need to learn to be a spy will get you out of your comfort zone. They help teach you the subtle art of persuasion and deal-making. You learn how to take calculated risks, mitigate the fallout, and cut through everyday noise to focus intently. 


Our guest today is Jason Hanson,  a former CIA operative turned business entrepreneur. He founded  Spy Escape & Evasion in 2010. Jason won a deal on ABC’s hit reality series, Shark Tank, and he’s a New York Times Best Selling Author with his book Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life. He lives on“Spy Ranch,” a 320-acre facility where he teaches spy skills like Evasive Driving, Pistol, and Rifle Shooting, Intelligence Operations, Cyber Security, and more. Jason has a new book out called Survive Like a Spy.. Jason has been featured on The NBC Today Show, Dateline, Rachael Ray, Fox & Friends, Forbes, NPR, and The Huffington Post among others.


Here are some the intriguing topics we talk about:

  • How to Build Rapport
  • Benefits of Doing Deep Research
  • The Art Of Persuasion
  • The Entrepreneur Mindset
  • Strategic Alliances
  • Mental Triggers
  • Playing The Long Game
  • SADR Cycle (Spotting Accessing Developing Recruiting)
  • Boundaries
  • Cyber Security

Enjoy This Episode With Jason Hanson!

Sep 11, 2020

Do you value your freedom? It seems like for so long, I took for granted our civil liberties. I ignored the politics game until I woke up to this reality. Have you heard of shadow banning before? The major social media platforms have been censoring the information we see for a while. They have a narrative they want you to see, and if your narrative is different, they manipulate what shows up on news feeds and search engines. 


This is something our guest this week An0maly has experienced first hand. He talks about how this has affected his livelihood. This is not a one-off event; it is anyone that refuses to conform to the narrative pushed by the mainstream media.


Our guest in this episode goes by the name An0maly. He speaks at schools, universities & events worldwide. He is a self-made hip-hop artist & news analyst with 250 million video views without a manager, label, or significant news publication. An0maly saw the lack of representation and the spread of misinformation, so he decided to take a stand. An0maly started as a hip-hop artist, spoken word poet & a DJ. He’s well equipped to perform any set from a stadium concert to a poetry lounge to an event conference to a classy vibe as a very rare DJ.


We run the gamut of topics including:

  • How to Stay Objective
  • How to Find Your Truth
  • Shadow Banning
  • The Current Political Environment
  • Similarities to Marxism and Communism
  • How he Organically Grew His Following
  • The Psychology of Freedom
  • Propaganda
  • Spoken Word Music


Enjoy This Episode with An0maly!

Sep 4, 2020

What do you think of when you hear retirement? It can have negative connotations and/or lead to heart palpitations for many. 


Instead, think of it as an exit strategy, which I think better describes moving on to your life's next adventure. The old paradigm of “retiring” is being retired itself in recent years to suit our evolving life architecture. 


It is never too late to start planning for your future. Sixty-two is the new forty-two as we move forward from the industrial revolution when the quality of life and life expectancy was much lower. Your wealth is your health, which I am always saying! 


The first step is to admit where you are currently on this financial journey. Let us help you take the next step forward with this episode.


Dr. Gregg Lunceford is a retirement researcher and a 25+ year veteran in the financial services industry. He is the author of the book Exit From Work, where he helps to redefine what retirement can look like when you take actionable steps in your life. Dr. Lunceford earned a BBA from Loyola University of Chicago, an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis, and a Ph.D. in Management from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH where he conducted studies on retirement. He is a Certified Financial Planner professional and holds a Certificate in Financial Planning Studies from Northwestern University. Dr. Lunceford is also a registered financial advisor with the NFL Players Association.


We touch on lots of topics that I resonate with, including:

  • Gregg’s philosophy on retirement
  • Mentors
  • How people are reinventing themselves after they exit
  • What is meaningful to you, as opposed to what is only productive and or expected
  • Strategies that take you to that next stage
  • Career Design
  • Lifestyle Architecture
  • Wealth, Health, Love
  • Rules of thumb such as the Rule of 72 and the 4% Rule


Enjoy this episode with Dr. Gregg Lunceford.

Aug 28, 2020

Have you been struggling to stay focused in the last several months? Where your focus goes, your attention goes. Focus is something that seems so simple, and yet so unattainable at times. It can be easy to lose sight of what you should be focusing on and let all the small details drag you down. Today we are faced with so many decisions that it can be easy to get analysis paralysis. Let's get you focused on this episode.


Our guest Erik Qualman ”Equalman”  has a new book out called The Focus Project, and it offers great insight on how to stay focused. Erik is an alumnus of the podcast, and I am so honored to have him back on. Erik is a Bestselling Author of books such as Socialnomics, Digital Leader, and many more. Erik has worked with clients such as IBM, Google, FBI, National Guard, Disney, Sony, etc. Erik has performed in 55 countries and reached over 35 million people in the last decade. Erik was voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling


Today's episode is full of actionable items you can use to take back your focus and achieve your goals. Some of the topics talked about are.

  • Creating Systems To Keep Organized
  • Making Not-To-Do Lists
  • Reducing Clutter
  • Decision Fatigue
  • The Art of Saying No
  • Focusing On Only One Thing A Month
  • Why You Need to Act Like a Cowgirl or Cowboy.
  • Focus On The Big Not The Busy
  • Focusing As A Habit

Enjoy this conversation with Erik Qualman!

Aug 21, 2020

How are you dealing with all the fear and anxiety in our uncertain times? We talk this week with former Navy Seal Mikal Vega, who has been to the brink and back. He shares with us some of the practices that saved his life. The traditional route fighting depression with SSRIs failed him, so he found what worked for him-- modalities like Kundalini yoga, sensory deprivation tanks, acupuncture, massages, and meditation.


Whether in a war zone or at the grocery store, the easiest and cheapest way to handle stress is to learn how to properly breathe so that you can down-regulate your nervous system. Breathing is something that we certainly for granted and yet is so powerful.


We covered a lot of ground in this episode, including

  • His definition of being a warrior
  • How everything starts and ends with love-- the universal truth
  • What it’s like to be on the front lines 
  • How do you deal with intense levels of fear every day 
  • How to come back from life-threatening injuries and the emotional trauma associated with them 
  • How he found peace amidst all the chaos in his life


Mikal Vega is a combat veteran that served 22 years within the Naval Special Warfare (Navy SEAL Team) and EOD (bomb squad) communities. While deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and while manning the turret of an HMMWV, an IED detonated dangerously close while returning from an otherwise uneventful mission. The injuries sustained included severe cervical trauma, ulnar nerve damage, and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI). He has since created The Vital Warrior Program to help active military and retired veterans find peace and deal with their PTSD. He has created an album that is available on your favorite streaming platform called Vital Warrior.


Enjoy this Episode with Mikal Vega!

Aug 14, 2020

Have you ever considered a life coach? Do you feel fulfilled in life, or are there areas that could use improvement? We have all gone through trauma in our life. Jennifer Jiménez is Chief Innovation Officer and Director of the Health & Well-Being Division at Brave Thinking Institute. At the Brave Thinking Institute, they will help you reframe the stories that you perceive are holding you back. Jennifer will help you discover your inner power and purpose. So that you can start listening to your divine guidance on this journey of life. She likes to use evocative coaching compared to directive coaching to guide you through discovering yourself.

Some of the stories we have created in life are disempowering. Narratives and programs that you picked up somewhere along the way that once served a purpose. They will help install new empowering reframes in your life. Often we fall into the self-sabotaging paradigm. It might be time to press pause on all the criticism, the harsh inner critic, and the comparisons. You are what you think and what you focus on the most grows. One of the biggest takeaways from this conversation is how pivotal gratitude is to live a fulfilled, abundant life.

Our guest on this episode is Jennifer Jiménez. She is a world-renown transformational life and heart-centered business coach, international speaker & author, health & well-being industry leader, and conscious dance maven. Jennifer has been featured alongside some of the world's greatest thought leaders, including Marianne Williamson, Bruce H. Lipton Ph.D., Maya Angelou, Byron Katie, Bob Proctor, Wayne Dyer, and Deepak Chopra. Her life-enhancing programs and products can be found in Self, Shape, Oxygen, Woman's World, and more. Jennifer has helped thousands of people worldwide become more confident, healthy, joyful, abundant, and full of life.

We talk about self-mastery, conscious dance, going from the corporate world to the coaching world, love languages, how important the small things in life are. When you are open to receive guidance, it will come. We talk about the pillars she focuses on the most. They are health and well-being, relationship with self, vocation, time and money, freedom, love, and relationships.

She has a gift for you to download that enables gaining confidence and so much more in five minutes.

Enjoy this conversation with Jennifer Jiménez!

Aug 7, 2020

Do you feel like you are too busy to go to the gym or think I wish I had more hours in the day? What would you do if your basement flooded or another emergency happened, and you had to take the time to fix it? Would you be able to find the time? Have you tracked where your time is going with an application like Toggl? There are 168 hours in a week. What are you doing with them all?


This week's guest is the fantastic Productivity specialist Laura Vanderkam. She has an exciting new book named " The New Corner Office" it is a very timely book since it is all about how to be successful while working from home. 

Laura Vanderkam is the author of several time management and productivity books. Her work has appeared in publications including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, and Fortune. She is the host of the podcast Before Breakfast and the co-host, with Sarah Hart-Unger, of the podcast Best of Both Worlds. She is a mother to five children and runs a blog. So she knows how to get the most out of her time on any given day.


In this episode, we explore how to set boundaries with your personal and work life. How to hold yourself accountable in using your time wisely. What are you making a priority in your day? Are you being honest with how you are spending your time? We talk about how you should audit your future, not your past performance. You also might be wondering how she could be productive with five children running around all time? We talk about these topics, and more.


Enjoy this week's episode with Laura Vanderkam!


Jul 31, 2020

What does productivity look like to you? Has your productivity taken a nosedive since the pandemic hit? Working from home can be a hard balancing act to pull off. Are you trading your health for wealth? This is one of the topics near and dear to my heart since I sacrificed everything for the sake of being productive until I burnt out. We trade stories on how we both walked that tightrope for so long and overcame those obstacles.

We discuss lots of tips and tricks to maximize your efficiency. We talk about working hard and the need to be able to recover even harder. We talk about how we set ourselves up to succeed every day, whether our environment or mindset. How for many, those variables feel like they been upturned with having to work from home.

Streamlining your day can be much simpler than you realize. The struggle is real for many people, and if you are reading this, you are embracing your genius instead. This episode will help you redefine what productivity is and how to work smarter, not harder. It is time for you to be proactive with your productivity, and discover how to be more productive to get out of the grind.

Thanh is the Founder and Managing Director of Asian Efficiency. He is considered one of the top thought leaders in the productivity industry and has been featured in Fast Company,, Forbes, Huffington Post, and The Globe & Mail.

Enjoy this episode with Thanh Pham.

Jul 24, 2020

Do you want an Unfair Advantage when it comes to money? Then listen to us money mavericks talk about how you can have mastery over your money and life. Do you and your spouse disagree on where the income goes every month? Do you have a problem trying to instill good habits concerning money with your children? Is your cash flow working for or against you? Are you playing a rigged game with the bank?


Adam Carroll is an internationally recognized financial literacy expert and author of Winning The Money Game, 30 Days To $1K, and Mastery of Money for Students. He is a two-time TED talk speaker, with one of his talks surpassing 4 million views.

The synergy between the two of us make this a very insightful and profound conversation about how to design your life. Money doesn't have to be the convoluted, scary thing it is made out to be. Fear is what holds most people back from money mastery. Take control of your money situation now and uplevel your life.

Enjoy this episode with Adam Carroll.

Jul 17, 2020

These days we are all looking for passive revenue streams. Have you ever considered franchises?

In this episode, we have Erik Van Horn who coaches entrepreneurs on how to get their franchises off the ground and making a profit fast.

We are breaking down the franchising models so you can understand the advantages and pitfalls. Having a proven business model laid out for you with support can make all the difference. This is one of the biggest advantages is that it is a business in a box essentially.

Enjoy this week's episode with Erik Van Horn and enjoy your free copy of his ebook The Franchise PlayBook.

Jul 10, 2020

Are you a risk-taker? Are you an overachiever? Do you want to feel empowered by running your own business? If any or all of those resonate with you then you will be glued to this episode with Gay Gaddis. 


Gay cashed in her IRA for $16,000 in 1989 to create a new breed of agency, T3, that rose to national prominence for innovation under her leadership for more than 30 years.


Today, Gay is focusing her always-on energy to empower entrepreneurs and the next generation of women business leaders to take big leaps in their careers and lives. She is an active speaker on women’s leadership, company culture, and entrepreneurship. Her book, Cowgirl Power, released in January 2018, shares insights and examples for women to develop personal power and lead like fearless cowgirls.


This podcast is a primer of how to take your business from its infancy to being an eight-figure powerhouse. You will learn that with great risks comes greater reward potential. We talk about how to embody your power as a CEO, which also means not shying away from the difficult, unfavored decisions. 


We talk about how knowing your numbers is sexy and vital to being successful. And how do you walk away from a business that is your baby?  Find this out and more with our amazing guest this week, Gay Gaddis.


I am sure you will be wowed by her and will want to learn even more from Gay. You are in luck she has a series of webinars coming up for you. The next one is Wednesday, July 15, 2020. You can find more information by going to her Webinar Page


Enjoy this episode with Gay Gaddis.

Jul 3, 2020

Welcome back, this is your host, Krisstina Wise. Have you ever thought about writing a book? If so -- Then you’ll want to listen to this conversation with my good friend, Sam Horn.

In this Episode, Sam inspired me to write my Book #2 by sharing her magical book-writing framework that makes outlining a book and writing it super simple. She took away any great excuse I’ve had to procrastinate to get to writing!

Sam is a prolific author who specializes in helping people crystallize their communications and write their books. She is truly one of the most clever people I have ever met!


Sam is Founder and CEO of the Intrigue Agency, and she’s done 3 TEDx talks and written 9 books. One of her most well-loved books is called Tongue Fu!, which gives you an idea about how clever she is. Another book of hers that I absolutely love is called POP, which is all about naming and pitching things. If you are a business owner -- you know how important this skill is! 


Sam is an internationally popular speaker, and she is also one of the founders of the Maui Writers Conference, which is like the Cannes film festival for writers. She has helped countless writers by teaching them and inspiring them-- and she has definitely just inspired me to get my second book done! 


So grab a coffee, sit down and be inspired-- Please enjoy my conversation with the great Sam Horn.

Jun 26, 2020

If you’ve been a loyal listener you’ve likely picked up on this already… I consider myself an iconoclast by nature, meaning I’m a nonconformist-- a questioner. I value personal Sovereignty and Freedom. 


The Wealthy Wellthy podcast is about busting myths and taking things apart with people who see the world through a different lens. Most of the guests I’ve had on the show are also iconoclasts-- counter-culture thinkers who challenge the narrative and status quo in their fields. 


Personally, I never want to stop having challenging conversations with brave people who, like me, will always be willing to change their minds and listen to others’ points of view. 


In this episode I interviewed Dave Rubin, author of the New York Times bestseller, “Don’t Burn this Book.” Dave is the creator and host of The Rubin Report, the most-watched talk show about free speech and big ideas on YouTube with 1.2 million YouTube subscribers and over 275 million views. I like to think of his show as similar to mine, in that he wants to interview anyone and everyone open-minded enough to have a challenging and enriching conversation. 


A former progressive turned classical liberal, he speaks to millions all over the world-- and he’s very entertaining, because his background was stand-up comedy. Originally from Long Island, New York, he currently lives in Los Angeles with his husband, David, and their dog, Emma.


And if you’d like to know more about what “yours truly” has been up to lately, I invite you to visit 


Again, please enjoy my interview with Dave Rubin, whose birthday happens to be on the release date of this podcast. Happy Birthday, Dave!

Jun 19, 2020

Have you heard of Quercetin or NAC Before? Do you know what to stack them with to be more effective? We talk about this and many other things to help boost your immune system in this episode with Dr. Vincent Pedre.

Dr. Vincent Pedre is the medical director of Pedre Integrative Health and the founder of Dr. Pedre wellness. He is an MD that is a functional medicine certified practitioner having his own private practice in New York City since 2004. He's also certified in yoga and medical acupuncture,

Dr. Pedre's specialty is the gut. He believes the gut is the gateway to excellent health and a better brain. He's the best selling author of Happy Gut, the cleansing program to help you lose weight gain energy and eliminate pain. He's helped thousands of people resolve their digestive and gut-related health issues.

In this episode, we talk about why antibiotics pesticides, sugar, GMO foods mono-crops, and loss of seed diversity are threats to biodiversity and resulting in the rise in many seemingly gut unrelated diseases, such as allergies, asthma, and autoimmune disease. We talked about cutting edge science which reveals the importance of gut-brain access, and he even shares his recommended immune boost supplement regimen, that's especially important during this time of COVID.

Please enjoy my conversation with Dr. Vincent Pedre. If you'd like to know what yours truly has been up to over the past many weeks, please go to to learn more. Again please enjoy my insightful conversation with Vincent Pedre.

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May 29, 2020

On this episode of the Wealthy Wellthy Podcast, In this episode,  I interviewed Lisa Thomas. Lisa is a transformational leader, gifted healer and intuitive coach. She integrates business with her natural gifts to help her clients embrace all of life and help them break their money and success blocks.

She helps people worldwide to achieve their business and life goals by clearing inherited emotional DNA, such as fear of success, fear of failure, anxiety, procrastination, fear of public speaking, false money, beliefs, relationship drama and business stagnation.

In this episode, we talk about the most prominent money blocks and self-sabotaging beliefs and how to clear them, how to attract more money into your life and get out of that month to month cycle, and how important it is to look at what you haven't been looking at, especially when it comes to your money.

I'd call her the money healer. She's gifted my listeners with the free money meditation to help you clear your blocks and rewrite your beliefs. You can go HERE so that you can release the connection between self-worth and how much you earn. Also, during this time of COVID I’ve been teaching how to pivot your business And while teaching others Well, I've been pivoting my own. So I'm super excited to share this news with you simply go to Sovereignty Academy to learn more. Now please enjoy my conversation with Lisa Thomas.

Have you downloaded your financial immunity guide yet?

I've written an article called the “12 things every entrepreneur must do right now, to create financial immunity” to the economic impact of COVID-19.


Apr 3, 2020

On this episode of the Wealthy Wellthy Podcast, I interview my good friend Alli Waddell. Many times trauma and life circumstances can cause that light to dim, to be blocked out by fear, depression, and anxiety. At Illumma, Alli helps people shine bright again, Alli along with her partner Dr. Ken Adolph founded Illuma Ketamine Infusion Therapy in Austin, Texas.

What is ketamine you ask?

Well, you'll find out in this episode over the next hour. Alli shares how effective Ketamine is as a healing tool for mental health issues like anxiety, depression, PTSD, even serves as a way to help people reach that next level of success when used as a breakthrough tool. Especially when one feels stuck or struggles with the fear that many successful entrepreneurs feel thereby causing unwanted anxiety, emotional blocks or difficulties in relationships.

We talked about how entrepreneurial success is directly tied to mental health and resiliency, and how important it is to take care of the mind and spirit while working hard to build the dream. Alli shares the pros and cons of Ketamine compared to other prescriptive medication as well as plant medicines. If you're an entrepreneur or just feeling more anxiety or fear than usual to the current state of affairs you'll definitely wish wish to listen in.

Have you downloaded your financial immunity guide yet?

I've written an article called the “12 things every entrepreneur must do right now, to create financial immunity” to the economic impact of COVID-19.

I wish everyone listening good health and safety. And a big heartfelt thank you to all of the health care providers and first responders including Alli and Ken, please enjoy my conversation with Alli Waddell.


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Mar 20, 2020

On today’s episode of the Wealthy Wellthy Podcast, I’m joined by Hans Knol. Hans has mastered the art of Airbnb and he owns a thriving Airbnb business without actually owning any real estate. He is helping real estate investors, agents, brokers, and entrepreneurs achieve a stable recurring income by providing teaching and coaching with his BNB Brokering Masterclasses.

As an Airbnb super host myself, I learned a ton from this conversation, Hans and I discuss the mindset of a successful host and how to structure an Airbnb business as an actual business. He shares the secrets on how to set up properties intelligently to break through the noise and competition. We talk about how to market properties to keep a full calendar with the technologies and tools that most don't know about that can make all the difference for a healthy real estate investment income stream.

This information is very relevant right now in light of what's going on in the marketplace. As a host, my very nice Airbnb income vanished overnight as my reservations and bookings for the next three months canceled. So I'm taking this time to upgrade my properties, improving my systems, and implementing what Hans recommends to be well-positioned and highly competitive for when people start booking again. For anyone with an Airbnb property, listening to these tips is important and it may be what carries you over the other side. If you don't have an Airbnb yet, now might be the time to put this strategy in place.


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