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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Sep 28, 2016

Sugar Ray Leonard, Laird Hamilton, Patrick Blake Leeper and the world's elite athletes share their secrets for cultivating a champion's mindset on Inside Quest with Tom Bilyeu. In this episode, you’ll get the insights and motivation you need to crush your goals and perform at the top of your game every single day.


[1:08] Bo Eason: Former NFL player, renowned playwright and actor

[4:12] Firas Zahabi: World-class MMA coach and Muay Thai champion

[6:23] Joe Donnelly: Former NFL player and fitness entrepreneur

[8:34] AJ Hawk: NFL linebacker and Super Bowl Champion 

[10:11] Gabrielle Reece: Champion pro beach volleyball player, model, best-selling author and fitness leader 

[12:59] Patrick Blake Leeper: World record setting runner, international Paralympics gold, silver and bronze medalist 

[15:27] Kenny Florian: UFC fighter, three time title contender 

[17:41] Mark Divine: Former Navy Seal, founder of SEALIFT, best-selling author 

[19:34] Laird Hamilton: Legendary surfer, best-selling author, inventor, innovator extraordinaire 

[22.27] Tim Grover: Renowned all-star athletic trainer, CEO of Attack Athletics

[28:16] Sugar Ray Leonard: Legendary sport icon, world champion boxer, Olympic gold medalist, best-selling author

Sep 21, 2016

Exploding the divide between for-profit and nonprofit, TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie explains why the world’s biggest social problems are also the biggest opportunities on this episode of Inside Quest with Tom Bilyeu.


Founder of TOMS Shoes Blake Mycoskie is a serial entrepreneur extraordinaire on a mission to prove that you can use business to improve people's lives. Over the last 10 years, he has built a socially conscious empire that has not only generated a jaw dropping amount of revenue, but has introduced the world to the concept of one for one giving.


Through his company, Blake has donated over 60 million pairs of shoes, restored sight to over 400,000 people, helped to make sure more than 335,000 people have safe drinking water, and supplied safe birth services to over 25,000 women — all while building one of the fastest growing companies in this space and creating an untold number of jobs for people in the first and developing worlds.


For his astounding achievements, Blake has been featured in numerous articles like “How To Fix Capitalism” by Bill Gates and People Magazine's Heroes Among Us. He's also been awarded many much deserved accolades including Fortune Magazine's 40 under 40 business leaders and the Secretary of State's 2009 Award of Corporate Excellence. Blake is also The New York Times best-selling author of Start Something That Matters and was called by Bill Clinton "one of the most interesting entrepreneurs I have ever met."


Listen to Blake’s story of bouncing back from losing the Amazing Race to becoming Chief Shoe Giver at one of the most game-changing organizations of our time.


Things You’ll Learn:


  1. How to re-frame loss as opportunity. [3:30]
  2. How businesses can solve social problems. [8:23]
  3. Why passion is your biggest growth engine. [12:48]
  4. How to avoid burnout. [22:57]
  5. The myriad benefits of journaling. [27:02]
  6. How your priorities reveal your values. [30:08]
  7. Why winning doesn’t have to mean others lose. [35:57]
  8. Why experience is the best paycheck you can earn. [43:21]
Sep 14, 2016

Grace Bonney is an author, design critic, and owner of Design*Sponge, one of the premiere online destinations for design content. Founded in 2004, Design*Sponge has grown to a vibrant and thriving community that reaches over 1.5 million people per day and was called the 'Martha Stewart Living for millennials' by the New York Times.

Getting an early start in blogging, Grace has woven herself into the very fabric of the design and DIY communities through her prolific writing. She's also been a contributing editor or freelancer for a litany of some of the most recognizable names in the industry, including House & Garden, InStyle, and New York Magazine. She’s written several books, including her most recent "In the Company of Women, Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs." 

Grace’s writing is characterized by her willingness to go beyond the surface aesthetic to find the deeper meaning in human connection behind the design. This remarkably personal approach has made her unbelievably successful. With a relatively small team, she's having a massive impact on the world of design. And she's doing it by focusing on spreading her company's values as well as simply making the world a more beautiful place. Constantly learning and reinventing herself, her broad experience gives her collective works a unique vitality. In short, Grace is a force of nature who is fearlessly herself.


What You’ll Learn:                                    

  1. Why you should embrace change.
  2. How naysayers can fuel your success.
  3. How to be radically authentic.
  4. The benefits of being eclectic.
  5. How to build a community around your passion.
  6. When to trust advice from outsiders.
  7. Why you should always move toward fear.
Sep 7, 2016

Are leaders made or born? Author and TED speaker Simon Sinek dispels myths about leadership and reveals the one thing that good leaders always get right on this episode of Inside Quest with Tom Bilyeu.

What You'll Learn in this Episode:

  • Why everyone has the capacity to be a leader.
  • How to create environments that foster success.
  • Identifying the signs of bad leadership.
  • The meaning of courage.
  • How to measure leadership.
  • Why creating a work family is so important.
  • Why we all have the right to love our jobs.
  • Why Millennials struggle with career success.