Inside Quest

Roadblocks, influences, lessons learned, and rules to live by are the meat of Inside Quest. Our goal is to arm the audience with the tools they need to discover and WALK their own path to success. Inside Quest brings together the conversational enthusiasm of a podcast with the intention and structure of a Charlie Rose-style talk show. Please follow us across our various social media platforms below and we'll see you every Friday!
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Jun 29, 2016

If you’re looking to invest in your intellect, there is no better guest than the founder and CEO of Wealthy Minds, Inc., Billionaire PA. He’s a formerly homeless, two-time felon turned entrepreneur, optimist, and TEDx speaker. He’s living proof that it does not matter where you start, but rather where you want to go, and how hard you are willing to work to get there. Due to his felony convictions, he was turned down for roughly 150 jobs, but rather than make excuses and give up or double down on a life of crime. Billionaire accepted that no one but him could control his destiny. In a flash of inspiration, he realized that he didn’t need to look for a job, he needed to create one. Billionaire PA founded his own company and began printing his slogans on t-shirts and selling them on the street corners in Los Angeles. His positivity, hard work, and endless hustle were so effective that his first two shirts alone sold 5,000 units without the use of a distribution partner!

It doesn’t stop there, Billionaire PA has publicly voiced his goal is to to positively impacting the lives of a billion people! He’s been sponsored by some of the largest companies in the world, including Procter & Gamble, the Home Depot, and the Huffington Post, as well as featured on mainstream media.

  1. How to create a “wealthy mind”.
  2. How to build a foundation of trust, loyalty, and respect.
  3. Why execution is more important than just speaking your dreams.
  4. Why relationships matter.
  5. How failure introduces you to success.
  6. How to remind yourself how to think.
  7. Why accountability matters.
  8. The difference between happiness and joy.
Jun 22, 2016

If you’re looking to take your brain game to the next level, there is no better guest than JP Pawliw-Fry. He’s the best selling author and performance coach who has trained some of the world’s top athletes and business leaders. He was also one of the highest rated lecturers during his time as an instructor at the Kellogg School of Management. JP is living proof that one can master the art of performing when the stakes are high. He’s the co-founder of the Institute for Health and Human Potential, and has dedicated himself to helping people fully realize their potential through applied neuroscience and extensive behavioral studies.

JP Pawliw-Fry was trained at Queen’s University, Harvard Medical School’s Mind Body Medical Institute and the Stress Clinic at the University of Massachusetts’s Medical Center. His passion and use of data driven insights on the neurochemical realities of performance have made him one of the most sought after speakers on the planet and a top advisor to numerous fortune 100 companies, including Johnson and Johnson, Goldman Sachs, and HSBC. In fact, during the recent economic crisis when the pressure was truly at it’s highest, multiple global financial institutions reached out to him for guidance on how to make real and lasting change within their organizations.JP has synthesized a rich background of diverse ideology that has allowed him to have success as an advisor from the boardroom all the way to the basketball court.

And he’s about to deliver in spades insights on just how to maximize your performance under pressure.

Jun 8, 2016

If you want to come down with a case of highly infectious positivity, spend 15 minutes with Naveen Jain. By the time you finish your conversation you’ll be compelled, inspired and motivated to solve the world’s biggest problems. That’s because when Naveen talks about what he does on a day-to-day basis, (which is literally “solving the world’s biggest problems”) you start to realize that even your wildest dreams are within reach. Naveen teaches us that there’s a plausible career in thinking big.

As the founder of Moon Express, the World Innovation Institute, iNome, Talentwise, Intelius and Infospace, Naveen is living proof that one person can accomplish a lot in a lifetime. And he’s just getting started. He’s boldly going where no private company has gone before – the Moon. His big idea is to create a completely new fuel and energy market by mining Helium3 from our celestial cousin for use on Earth. And the best part, he makes a truly out-of-this-world announcement on this episode. You’ll have to watch to know what I’m talking about.

Naveen is a font of indispensable knowledge, wisdom and inspiration – his infectious nature has led him to be one of the most influential entrepreneurs in the world and I cannot wait to see what seemingly impossible idea he’ll next turn into a reality.

  1. What should motivate all entrepreneurs to success.
  2. Why we need to stop worshipping actors, athletes and celebrities and embrace scientists, entrepreneurs and innovators.
  3. How looking at a problem from all angles allows you to choose the best plan of attack.
  4. Why we need to solve problems not symptoms of problems.
  5. Why you should dream so big other people think you’re crazy.
  6. Why you shouldn’t focus on making money.
  7. How taking a big idea to fruition is a step-by-step process, not a giant leap.
  8. That being busy isn’t the way to move forward.
  9. Why you need to learn to pivot with purpose.
  10. How come it’s essential to fail early.
Jun 1, 2016

Gabrielle Reece is a beautiful human being. I don’t just say that in reference to the former Volleyball virtuoso’s modeling career, or how she dominated the 90’s with her striking looks and indomitable will. Over twenty years later, she fully understands that her currency extends beyond the superficial and is rooted deep in her mindset. From a very young age Gabrielle knew that looks weren’t everlasting – the same goes for athletic talent. Instead of defining herself through the incredible accomplishments of her 20’s, she instead forged an iron will that lasts a lifetime.

With her volleyball and modelling career in the rearview, Gabby is now an author, mother and fitness inspiration to women across the globe. Gabby and her husband, surfer Laird Hamilton, have created the XPT (Extreme Performance Training) workout to encourage an active lifestyle. She’s the host of the NBC competition series “Strong” and creates incredibly inspiring blog posts designed to foster confidence through her website

I didn’t know what to expect from our time together on the IQ stage, I was just excited to talk to Gabrielle Reece. By the end I was blown away by her wisdom, wit and winning attitude about a life well-lived. She dispensed nugget after nugget of tangible wisdom that’s usable for everyone willing to escape the Matrix. Watch this episode, it can change you.