76: Fellowship (ft. Brad Mulvey)
Brad Mulvey is a tech marketer and host of The Millennial Mastermind Podcast. Brad helps motivated millennials and innovators of all ages build amazing lives via stories from best-selling authors, entrepreneurs and startup founders. He is passionate about family, fitness, and all things related to personal development.
In this conversation Brad and Thane talk about all things podcast — what the current market is like, what the process of creating and producing a podcast looks like, and the typical stages of progression as you walk down that path. They also chat about marriage and authenticity in relationships, as well as the importance of community and more specifically Mastermind Groups.
The Dip – Seth Godin
The We Before Me Podcast – Coming December of 2018!
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Interview with Josh Thompson
Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
Fierce Conversations – Susan Scott
The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
Send us an email – email@example.com
From Here to There – Thane’s New Book!
“If you stay consistent then good things will happen. It might take two-and-a-half years, or it might take ten years – but you have to give yourself the opportunity to be successful.” – Brad Mulvey
“That persistence over time is what produces the fruit.” – Thane Ringler
“Am I running towards something or am I running away from something?” – Brad Mulvey
“[Podcasting] is one of the best educations you can have on listening to people, on asking good questions, and on diving into a really interesting subject matter.” – Thane Ringler
“How do you make it a win for you, even if nobody listens?” – Brad Mulvey
“You learn by doing.” – Thane Ringler
“Everybody has that ego. We are all just humans who are looking for a little love in the world, trying to figure out how to get our piece of it.” – Brad Mulvey
“Mastermind Groups are: multiple people getting together to work towards a similar goal.” – Brad Mulvey
“You have to really care about others and pursue them, and pursue that authentic relationship so that others can pursue that with you as well.” – Thane Ringler
“The number one tool you can use to get people to really open up to you is to open up to them.” – Brad Mulvey
“If you can force yourself to step back, take a few deep breaths, and respond instead of react — that will have such a positive influence on your life.” – Brad Mulvey
5:00 – Midwest Living
7:30 – Context on Brad
12:00 – All Things Podcasting
25:00 – Should You Start a Podcast?
34:00 – Brad’s New Podcast On Marriage
39:30 – Haters and Pride
43:30 – Early Marriage Experience
48:30 – Millennial Mastermind
59:00 – Book Recs
1:01:00 – Morning Text Reminder
1:03:30 – Connect with Brad!