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Young and Profiting with Hala Taha

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Join Hala Taha as she interviews some of the brightest minds in the world―turning their wisdom into actionable advice you can use in your life no matter your age, profession or industry. Our subject matter ranges from enhancing productivity, how to gain influence, the art of side hustles and more! If you’re smart and like to continually improve yourself, hit the subscribe button, because you’ll love it here at Young and Profiting Podcast. Part of the YAP Media Network.
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Determined to master her messy personal finances, Jean Chatzky immersed herself in learning all about money. She worked on Wall Street to understand investing, then transitioned to personal finance journalism. After she got fired for being too expensive, she combined her side hustles and launched HerMoney, a safe space for women to learn about fina…
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After battling depression and finding chemical antidepressants somewhat ineffective, Johann Hari researched the deeper causes of the condition. This led to his book, Lost Connections, solidifying his reputation as a leading mental health author. He followed with another bestseller, Stolen Focus, establishing himself as an authority on focus and pro…
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Ginni Rometty was often the only woman in her engineering classes. But, she was determined to excel in a male-dominated field and eventually became the first female CEO of IBM. Her trailblazing leadership revitalized the company and set new standards for women in tech and business. In this episode, Ginni shares her best insights on leadership, resi…
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Despite being a successful social scientist for nearly three decades, Arthur Brooks realized that he was missing the boat on personal happiness. He decided to apply his expertise to develop a strategy for living a happier life. So he quit his job and devoted himself to the pursuit of happiness. In this YAPClassic episode, Hala talks to Arthur about…
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At his first sales job, Jeremy Miner sold home security systems door-to-door. But he soon saw that the company’s traditional sales scripts were ineffective. So, he changed his approach to create curiosity. The result? Clients were more interested, less resistant, and more likely to buy. In this episode, Jeremy explains the neuroscience behind sales…
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Hala Taha became a successful CEO and founder at a young age by mastering LinkedIn and sales. She has driven significant growth for her $5M company using LinkedIn's networking features and Pipedrive's CRM capabilities. In this episode, Hala shares her top LinkedIn content strategies, DM tactics, and how to use Pipedrive to manage all your communica…
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In broadcast school, 30-something-year-old Ken Coleman stood out in a class filled with students 10 years younger. But he was a man on a mission. Leaving behind his soul-sucking job and political ambitions, he pursued broadcasting despite fears and self-doubt. Ken worked for free and endured many humbling moments to build a fulfilling career as a n…
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Jenna Kutcher unexpectedly felt empty after she hit her goal of six figures as a wedding photographer. Burnt out, she cut her workload in half to reclaim her time and happiness. As a result, she reignited her creativity and inadvertently built a million-dollar business. Now, she is the ultimate entrepreneur slash mom, managing several income stream…
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Jenna Kutcher left her corporate job to start a photography business. But by the time she had scaled it to six figures, she was burnt out. Bent on finding a more sustainable path, she started several side hustles. Today, she runs a multimillion-dollar empire. In this episode, Jenna reveals how she diversified her revenue streams to earn more while …
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Dean Graziosi watched his hardworking parents struggle financially. Driven to break the cycle and create a secure, prosperous future, he turned to entrepreneurship. He started a firewood business in high school, fixed wrecked cars, and ran a tow truck company, among other ventures. By 25, he had amassed millions of dollars in real estate. By 30, he…
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Nearly 30 years ago, Dean Graziosi had to build physical products, ship DVDs, and spend over $200k just to sell a $37 course. Today, he could sell the same course for a fraction of the money and time using the power of AI. In this episode, Dean shares insights on the evolving entrepreneurial landscape, leveraging new technologies, and monetizing pe…
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During COVID, Marshall Goldsmith spent several hours every weekend listening to successful people speak about their lives. From these sessions, he learned that even the highest achievers need help finding fulfillment. So, he wrote The Earned Life to address this need, drawing inspiration from Buddhism and his experience as an executive coach. In th…
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Shruti Joshi launched her company just before the COVID-19 pandemic, only to see it crumble. This setback, however, provided a window for her to take on a consulting role at Facet, where her entrepreneurial experiences set her up for success. Before long, she became the company’s COO and later, President. In this episode, Shruti discusses Facet’s m…
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One of Alex Hormozi’s portfolio companies was underperforming, and he saw a clear solution—raise prices by 50%. Despite the CEO's resistance, which took nine calls to overcome, they implemented the price increase. The result? The business tripled its profit within three months. Alex knew the key to maximum profitability was delivering maximum value…
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Despite her introversion, Julie Solomon thrives on Instagram. She has successfully monetized her influence and built a reputation as one of the top thought leaders in influence marketing. In this episode, Julie shares her best strategies for growing your brand and monetizing your influence online. She also touches on masterminds and the Instagram a…
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Defying his father's wishes, Alex Hormozi left his stable job to open a gym. But after a failed partnership left him sleeping on the gym floor, he attended a marketing workshop that turned everything around. He used online marketing to secure his first 27 customers, and within three years, expanded to six locations. He has since run and sold multip…
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GaryVee worked at his family’s liquor store until he was 34, but even as he loaded up cases of Dom Pérignon in his friends’ BMWs, he knew exactly where he was headed. He grew his father’s company from $4 million to $60 million in annual sales before leaving to start his own thing from scratch. His company grew to over 800 employees just nine years …
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By the time Hala Taha left her corporate job, her side hustle was making well over $100,000 monthly. Dubbed the ‘Podcast Princess’, her social media and podcast empire is on track to make $10 million next year. What does she attribute her rapid growth to? LinkedIn. In this episode of the How to Money Podcast, Hala talks to Joel Larsgaard and Matt A…
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Alcohol offered Michael Easter a cheap thrill. But when he got sober, he needed to fill the void with other stimulating experiences. So, he turned to travel, surrounding himself with brilliant thinkers and people living at the extremes. From hunting in the Arctic to living in the Bolivian jungle, his experiences have helped him uncover practical id…
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After his day job at a hedge fund, Sal Khan would tutor his 12-year-old cousin in math over the internet. When she moved to a more advanced track at school, word spread. Soon, he was tutoring over a dozen friends and relatives all over the country. His tutoring side project went from a humble YouTube channel to a renowned education nonprofit. Recen…
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Bill Perkins showed up at the New York Mercantile Exchange every day until he got a job as an assistant peon. He started with a salary below $16,000 per year and drove a limo in the evenings to make ends meet. Yet, he dedicated his nights to reading books on trading, the oil market, and options. Through unwavering determination, he became a million…
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During their special bonding time, Nir Eyal asked his only daughter what superpower she wanted. But he didn’t hear her response because he was too distracted by his phone. By the time he looked up, she was gone. Disappointed in himself, Nir realized that if a behavioral design expert like him could struggle with distractions, there must be others s…
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Dr. Michael Gervais often skipped school to do something he was actually good at: surfing. But performance anxiety would overwhelm him when he had to compete with an audience watching. One day, a competitor challenged him to stop thinking about everything that could go wrong. Michael took his advice, and just like that, he could perform. That was t…
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Lisa Bilyeu became toxic as a defense mechanism against her abusive ex. However, she was able to break free and rebuild her confidence. Armed with new boundaries, she entered a supportive relationship with her husband, enabling her to show up for herself with radical confidence, even through her transformation from housewife to co-founder of a bill…
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At 15, Fei-Fei Li transitioned from a middle-class life in China to poverty in America. Despite the pressures of her family’s financial situation and her mother’s ailing health, her knack for physics never wavered. She went from learning English as a second language to attending and working at prestigious institutions like Princeton and Stanford. T…
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