Ava Wettrick
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Growth Mindset University Team

Education’s Shortcomings w 17 Year-Old Podcaster Ava Wettrick

Our guest today is a 17-year-old high-schooler recently seen in Forbes, the host of the MentorZ Podcast, and the founder of MentorZ Media. She has also had the pleasure of having conversations with some of the most influential human beings on earth: Tim Ferriss, Tom Bilyeu, Seth Godin, and many more.

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Jocelyn Kuhn
Life Enthusiasts
Growth Mindset University Team

5 Steps to Thrive Through Transitions w Jocelyn Kuhn

Jocelyn Kuhn is a professional coach, speaker, and author with a wealth of experience helping people thrive through life’s most challenging moments. Having been through some pretty significant transitions herself (death, divorce, career transitions, raising a family, etc.), she feels passionate about helping others through what can be a very scary time.

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Anthony Ray Hinton
Life Enthusiasts
Jordan Paris

What Would It Profit Me to Hate?

Even after Anthony Ray Hinton was freed after being wrongly held on death row for 30 years, there was not an ounce of bitterness in him.

He says, “What would it profit me to hate?”

Good question, Ray, good question.

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Jordan Paris
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Growth Mindset University Team

The Millionaire Morning

Wake up. Read or watch the news. Check your phone. Fill up on emergencies, favors asked, terrorism, arrests, suicides, murders, wars, and the like. Then go

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Mike Wyche
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Growth Mindset University Team

Pro Football Player Mike Wyche: No Grind, No Shine

Life and success never came easy for Mike Wyche though, as he was labeled a problem child growing up while switching schools 13 times, including 3 times for behavioral issues. He also battled homelessness, as his mother was a drug addict and his father was sentenced to 40 years in prison.

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Life Brings Me Joy
Life Enthusiasts
Sharon Woo

Life Brings Joy

2018 has taught me that even the most logical, type A, and analytical people can feel free and spontaneous. It’s also taught me that no matter how much I try to plan what I want in life or the career path I want to go down, life changes for the better or worse (depending on how you choose to perceive it, because whether you look at the glass half empty or half full, you’re correct).

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give freely
Life Enthusiasts
Jordan Paris

Give Freely

I give to others a ton, and I’m learning that I shouldn’t be keeping score when I give to others. I used to keep a

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