Young Entrepreneur Lifestyle 2.0

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Dec 19, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd tells you what mindset you should have going into the final stretch of 2020 and how to fuel yourself to an EPIC finish!


Episode Highlights:

  • Peter is giving away clothing to subscribers of his YouTube channel
  • You are just one decision away from changing a lifetime of bad habits and bad decisions
  • Use your past failure as fuel and inspiration to make up for the wrong choices that you have made
  • What separates winners from losers is that
  • The last portion of sports games and eCommerce calendars contain up to 40% of the scoring and sales
  • Look into the most common thoughts and tendencies in society right now and do the opposite
  • People tend to slow down or take it easy at the end of the year, but that’s not what the winners do
  • Most people overeat and sleep at this time of year and have no energy to create momentum for 2021
  • Figure out your biggest motivation from this year and use that to kill it for the rest of the year
  • Progress is the biggest form of motivation and those that stop progressing get stuck in their lives
  • Whatever your motivations are, use them to create more time to focus on the things that you care about
  • Reasons always come before results, so figure out why you want to crush it
  • At the end of 2012, Peter realized that habits and reasons trump inspiration and motivation
  • Who you allow in your inner circle determines what you are allowing to enter your state of mind


3 Key Points

  1. It only takes one decision to turn your path in the right direction.
  2. The best way to turn yourself around is to do the opposite of what everyone else is doing.
  3. How you approach December 2020 is how you determine your performance in 2021.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “As time decreases, focus increases...You’re always one decision away from the right decision.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Society is letting their past dictate their future.” - Peter Voogd
  • “The more people do something, the less valuable it becomes.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Most people associate themselves with people who let them off the hook and don’t hold them accountable. Don’t be like most people.” - Peter Voogd
  • “There are so many ways to make your money work for you, it’s overwhelming, but you have to have money first.” - Peter Voogd


You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  


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Nov 19, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd speaks with Joel Brown about how to shape relationships in a way that eliminates all conflicts!


Episode Highlights:

  • Many motivational people want to build businesses that attract people to them instead of chasing people
  • The goal should be making people want to share your content by doing great work
  • Use surveys and social media engagement to get to know your audience and what they resonate with
  • As a visionary and creator, Joel is able to show people that he is speaking from his personal wisdom
  • Joel encourages his writers at Addicted to Success to come from a different angle that portrays their authenticity
  • Addicted to Success runs itself independently because of Joel’s ability to attract great writers
  • Content creation acted as a training ground for Joel to overcome any self-limiting beliefs that he had
  • Dropping out of high school didn’t stop Joel from making millions of dollars and achieving true success
  • Achieving the first few things of his vision gave Joel the confidence to skyrocket his success
  • The ability to focus on one main business, rather than separating your focus, will allow you to move to the next level
  • Living life on your own terms allows your audience to embody what it feels like to attain real freedom
  • Right now, businesses have the choice to move online and create content or watch their business die
  • Money can give a false impression of being big and successful
  • Being great means to achieve great results, not appearing big to the rest of the world
  • Status should not be about what other people think of you but of what you think of yourself
  • Once you can move past feeding on the money and cars, you can truly enjoy the process of creation
  • A journey of self-discovery will make the content reveal itself and you will know what to share
  • Joel was able to create more harmony in his life by entering the acceptance energy frequency


3 Key Points

  1. The fear of rejection and being judged stops people from creating great things.
  2. Surrounding yourself with people that both encourage you and keep you grounded is incredibly important to success.
  3. Too many people are focused on being big when they should be focused on being great.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “When you know more about who you are, you know how to pull the best out of you to share with the world.” - Joel Brown
  • “It’s sharing the journey along the way and just being unapologetic in your approach to how you learn and how you bring value to the world.” - Joel Brown
  • “That’s a really good thing along the way is to be grounded by good people that encourage you and support you and lift you up.” - Joel Brown
  • “A lot of people are chasing the things that they think are going to fulfill them because they are avoiding doing the work within themselves.” - Joel Brown
  • “Identify with the parts of life that light you up the most.” - Joel Brown


You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  


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Nov 12, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd talks about the 5 rules to entrepreneurial greatness that he has gathered from his multi-millionaire guests. They all adhere to these rules!


Episode Highlights:

  • In the past few months, Peter has been lucky enough to interview plenty of incredible multi-millionaires
  • There is one thing that all of Peter’s incredibly successful guests have in common
  • Each guest has some kind of pain from their past that they use as motivation to turn adversity into an advantage
  • People who grow up that had everything given to them usually don’t have the hunger to achieve greatness
  • Peter’s guests have much higher standards that they set for themselves that are shaped by what they want and where they want to go
  • You’ll get what you tolerate, so don’t tolerate being disrespected, being broke, or having bad energy around you
  • Everyone has a thermometer, whether it’s with their health or income, that is set by their self-expectations
  • Make a list of the things that you shouldn’t be doing, your weaknesses, and delegate those out to avoid wasting your time
  • Focus on your area of genius, your strengths, and delegate everything else to your team
  • You need to delegate any task that someone on your team can do 80% as good as you
  • Truly successful people have a deep desire to give value to their audience
  • Peter doesn’t interview all multi-millionaires, only the ones that he respects because of their ability to add value
  • Pressure and bounceback, the ability to fail and try again, are essential to achieving your goals
  • Greatness itself can only be achieved by those who are willing to fail more times than their competition
  • An obsession with problem-solving within their field has fueled the GOATs in every industry

3 Key Points

  1. If you ever feel complacent, you haven’t experienced enough of the type of pain that alters you as a human.
  2. Lower standers and a fear of risk stop those in the 6-figure range from crossing that threshold into the 7-figure range.
  3. Successful people focus on their strengths, things that keep them engaged, and things that produce growth in their business.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “If you want to be a millionaire, talk to billionaires. You’ll get there quicker.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Anytime they find themselves getting complacent, they put another challenge in front of them that scares them and they take action on that.” - Peter Voogd
  • “The goal of business is not only to make more money and work more hours...the goal is to work on things you love...while creating a business that helps people, that gives back.” - Peter Voogd
  • “There are things that maintain your business and there are things that produce growth.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Through adversity comes greatness and through failure comes a sharper perspective.” - Peter Voogd


You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  


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Nov 5, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd speaks on what it takes to achieve greatness in both your life and business. This is the roadmap for joining the 1%!


Episode Highlights:

  • Too many people make the mistake of waiting for permission from other people
  • People who reach for greatness never ask for permission
  • High-performers generate their own successful traits, whether they were born with them or not
  • Invest your time in something long-term; those who reach greatness have a life obsession that lasts decades
  • Knowing your strengths and weaknesses is the ultimate power in life and will allow you to bring in people who complement your weaknesses
  • People will never reach their max potential if you have them focus their energy on both their strengths and weaknesses
  • No matter the size of your wealth, you must constantly be growing and learning
  • Do not let anyone’s opinion control your state of mind, rather, write down what you learn from your experience
  • The more that you can fail, the higher your level of success will be if you can stay dedicated to your craft
  • Criticism from critics is just a defense mechanism and needs to be ignored
  • Failure is just a part of the process of becoming great
  • The more you are invested in becoming great at something, the harder it is to give up
  • Give up the need to be perfect and to be liked in order to be authentic and test
  • You must go above and beyond having a passion for your craft; you must have an obsession to be great
  • Focus on one thing, the vital thing that will allow you to be great at that one thing instead of being good at many things


3 Key Points

  1. Successful traits can be generated, such as energy, courage, productivity, and clarity.
  2. The most successful people invest themselves in life-long obsessions, never focusing on the day-to-day.
  3. The most successful people in the world learn from every experience and do not let others’ opinions affect their mindset.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “When you want something, you go for it.” - Peter Voogd
  • “In order to generate something, you have to focus on it long enough until after you’re uncomfortable.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Every person you meet and everything you do has a lesson you can learn, it’s up to you to figure out that lesson.” - Peter Voogd


You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  


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Oct 29, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd interviews GCA Guest Speaker, JT McCormick, about creating and defining success in your business and life!


Episode Highlights:

  • People should always come first in business
  • Too many companies put people, process, and profits in the wrong order
  • Knowing your numbers means knowing your company
  • Make sure that every dollar is accounted for monthly, no matter how big or small your company
  • It’s important for entrepreneurs to know every detail of their company
  • Society spends too much time chasing negative feedback instead of searching for what people like
  • Ignore the success that you see on social media; define success for yourself
  • People don’t talk about the life part of a work-life balance
  • God, health, family, business, and investing are JT’s five pillars that he lives by


3 Key Points

  1. Businesses should prioritize in this order: people, process, profits.
  2. In order to truly know your company, you must first know your numbers down to the last dollar.
  3. As an entrepreneur, you have to know every single thing about your company and what it stands for.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “Always look at it from a people-first perspective.” - JT McCormick
  • “Great people can build great process and make great profits.” - JT McCormick
  • “Do not let social media define success for you. The only person that can define success for you is you. That’s it.” - JT McCormick 
  • “I focus on the things that are going to take me where I want to go.” - JT McCormick


You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  


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Oct 22, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd tells you about the 4 untold truths of real change and transformation and how to tell if you are living up to these truths!


Episode Highlights:

  • In both life and business, you are either growing or you are dying; there is no third direction
  • Too many people leave their lives up to chance
  • Figure out why you aren’t moving forward or how you can move forward in a bigger and better way
  • You are either doing what you love are you are not
  • Either you are being completely authentic to who you are supposed to be or you are not
  • Surrounding yourself with the right people that support you are vitally important to your well being and growth
  • Either you believe in your abilities completely and truly or you do not
  • Make decisions like someone who is at a level that you want to get to
  • Either you are vibrant, energetic, and healthy or you are not
  • Choose foods and activities that give you that sustained energy throughout the day
  • Either you are building your wealth up or you are depleting your wealth down
  • Make sure your actions reflect the direction in which you would like to take your wealth
  • Either you are stepping up to your problems or fears or you are backing down from or tolerating them
  • Do not tolerate the people and the problems in your life that are getting in the way of your journey of self-discovery


3 Key Points

  1. There are only 2 directions in life and business. You are either growing or dying.
  2. Surrounding yourself with the right people that support you are vitally important to your well-being and growth.
  3. There are no in-betweens when you truly want to be a successful entrepreneur. If it’s not a hell yes then it’s a hell no.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “The two scariest things in life or business are momentum and lack of it.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Yes you want to adapt and adjust, but you don’t want to change who you are.” - Peter Voogd
  • “You always get what you tolerate and think you are worthy of.” - Peter Voogd


You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  


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Oct 15, 2020

On this episode of Young Entrepreneur Lifestyle 2.0, host Peter Voogd talks to former basketball coach Kevin Eastman about his book, Why The Best Are The Best, and the importance of having truth tellers in your life. 


Episode Highlights: 

  • When Kevin wrote his book, the hardest part was figuring out how to simplify it. 
  • The “success gods” are watching over you every day and looking at how you’re utilizing your success. 
  • It is important for people to want to hear the truth in order to be successful. 
  • You have to be able to live something in addition to telling them the truth. 
  • The best of the best are the most passionate about what they do, but they also understand that passion can only take people so far. 
  • Kevin talks about Kobe Bryant doing 3 workouts per day in the off season, and how it helped him become superior to the good players who were doing 2 workouts per day. 


3 Key Points:

  1. It is important to surround yourself with people who will tell you the truth if you’re going to be successful. 
  2. There is a difference between having intentions and being intentional. 
  3. You cannot be successful if you’re relying on entitlement; you have to make an investment. 


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “You should make all your decisions about who you let into your circle not based on what they do for you, but what they do to you.” - Kevin Eastman
  • “I think the world is about share and receive.” - Kevin Eastman
  • “Having intentions is, it’s in your mind and you’ll get to it. Intentional is front of mind, and I will get to it.” - Kevin Eastman
  • “If you want to be successful, you can’t live in the world of entitlement.” - Kevin Eastman


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Oct 8, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd discusses the free training he will be opening up to the public about his formula for making money online.


Episode Highlights:

  • Our perspective can determine our outcome.
  • Peter has come to understand the value of freedom in being able to work from anywhere, on his own terms, and spend time with his family.
  • It’s not easy to make money online, but it is simple.
  • When your business is online, your market is international.
  • Peter is opening up a free training on his 3-step system to making money online for anybody to take.
  • He will share the 4 mistakes entrepreneurs make when going online that cause them to never make money or lose money.
  • He will also share the 7 most proven side-hustles of 2020.
  • Learn to make money from your intelligence rather than your time.
  • It has become not only more common but more acceptable to make money online because traditionally secure jobs are no longer secure.


3 Key Points

  1. Making money online is simple, but not easy.
  2. This training will be free and available to the public, but with limited availability, so act fast.
  3. Gain freedom from the constraints of a traditional work culture by moving your business online.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “The perspective that we have determines the outcome of our life.” –Peter Voogd
  • “If you only make more money when you work more hours, you just have a high-paying job and you’re gonna work til you die.” –Peter Voogd


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Sep 10, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd shares his tips for how to embark on a journey of self-discovery that allows you to identify and understand your unique abilities and strengths.


Episode Highlights:

  • Peter listened to a David Blaine interview and found himself feeling inferior and thinking he could never do what David Blaine does.
  • Then, David Blaine said his biggest fear is speaking in front of large crowds of people, which Peter does regularly and thinks he’s pretty good at it.
  • Don’t compare yourself to others and identify and understand your unique abilities.
  • Peter doesn’t really believe in passion.
  • Start with your ideal outcome, starting with your strengths and values, then reverse engineering your plan.
  • Choose your top values and narrow it down to your top 3.
  • Choose 3 character traits you want to be used in your eulogy.
  • In 3 words, what is your philosophy on living?
  • What 3 values would you want to pass on to your grandchildren?
  • What are 3 qualities you want in your ideal business partner?
  • What are 3 qualities you want in your ideal life partner or significant other?
  • Imagine your dream day. What 3 emotions or values describe that experience?
  • What 3 core values do you want people to think about when they think about you?
  • This is not always a quick process—continue to ask yourself these questions until you achieve clarity.
  • Unfollow people who don’t have similar values to you.


3 Key Points

  1. Never compare yourself to someone else.
  2. Ask yourself tough questions now and you will see the payoff later.
  3. Follow people who achieved their success with similar values to yours and who have a similar lifestyle to you.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “People spend way too much time outside the unique ability and they move on to the next job, vehicle, opportunity, without figuring it out first.” –Peter Voogd
  • “If you go on a journey of self-discovery, everything else in life becomes easier. And most people would rather do anything than actually sit there and ask tough questions.” –Peter Voogd


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Sep 3, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd tells you which bottom-line results will bring in the profits and income that you want while becoming irreplaceable to your clients!


Episode Highlights:

  • Become irreplaceable to your clients by adding a large amount of value
  • Make time work for you by mastering productivity
  • Increasing your value will translate to any industry
  • Strategy and intentional focus are behind industry leaders
  • Increased productivity gives you control over your future and the freedom to live the life that you want.
  • Staying busy all the time is not the same as being productive
  • Eliminate all distractions so that you can be laser-focused on getting to where you want to be
  • Managing life’s most precious commodity, time, is ultimately what separates the poor from the rich
  • Successful people have the same amount of time as unsuccessful people. Let that sink in
  • Learn from those that are doing what you want to do at a high level right now


3 Key Points

  1. Get the results that you want by increasing your productivity. You want to be able to grow your business, profits, and intentional income.
  2. Staying productive is not the same thing as staying busy. Do the right things and you will have less stress and more time.
  3. Focus is at the center of achieving any dream. Combining concentration in the short-term and focus in the long-term will keep you consistent in your process.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “It’s about becoming a world-class entrepreneur who builds a thriving business while creating an inspiring lifestyle in a sustainable way.” - Peter Voogd
  • “The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in war.” - Peter Voogd


You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  


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Aug 27, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd explains why you need to get good at networking, the dos and the don'ts of networking, and the three game-changing moves of networking in the new economy. 


Episode Highlights:

  • Peter Voogd discusses a book giveaway of three different autographed books of which all you have to do is comment and share this post.
  • Networking puts you in a position to turn down opportunities that aren’t beneficial to you. 
  • A smart person learns from their mistakes and an even more successful person learns from other people’s mistakes.  
  • When recessions happen, the money doesn’t go away, it transfers to successful people that understand supply and demand. 
  • When you have the wrong network, you need to change your circle of influence.  
  • What is the wrong way to network? 
  • Be intentional when you choose people to network with and know why you're reaching out. 
  • What are ways you can add value to someone that you want to network with? 
  • Who you surround yourself with is who you will become.  
  • How do you filter good advice from bad advice?
  • How does he find guests for his podcast?  
  • What is the Game Changers Academy?  
  • Don’t ask for the wrong things.  


3 Key Points

  1. Networking creates increased influence, income, and brand awareness.
  2. The economy is shifting away from being experienced-based to being network-based.  
  3. The three types of people you should be following up with are suspects, prospects, and customers. 


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “Through my 15-year journey, I started realising, every breakthrough I had, every shift in my results, every big growth that happened in my business was because of a connection.” –Peter Voogd
  • “You don’t have to have the answer. Your network does.” –Peter Voogd


You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  


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Aug 17, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd shares his tips for how to streamline content across social media platforms to grow your audience and increase engagement.


Episode Highlights:

  • Peter has felt overwhelmed by social media in the past and it has stopped him from taking action.
  • Figure out who you are in the marketplace.
  • There are three types of people: Results, Role model, or Researcher.
  • Ideally, you want to be both a results person and a role model.
  • To dominate social media, you are ideally all three.
  • What are your main messages to get across?
  • Next, figure out your main platform to be consistent on—a podcast, a Facebook or YouTube live, LinkedIn, a community page on Facebook, anything.
  • When you do one longer form live video, you can then take it and streamline it into multiple pieces of content in snippets on multiple platforms.
  • If you can’t take care of your one fan, you’ll never reach 100 fans.
  • When creating content, it’s not about you and how you feel on camera; it’s about the audience.
  • Be polarizing; the worst thing you can be on camera is boring.
  • Repost your successful content a few months later.


3 Key Points

  1. Identify some main messages that you can rant about on the spot.
  2. Do not forget the power of one.
  3. Everything you post is about your audience, not you.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • “We now live in an adapt or die economy. So it’s either go online now and get ahead of the game and start creating real content that engages, or be forced to later when the market is overcrowded.” –Peter Voogd
  • “Most people spend the first half of their life saying they’re too young, and the second half saying they’re too old. Most live on ‘Someday Isle’.” –Peter Voogd


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Jun 11, 2020

Episode show notes.

Are both your personal and business decisions clouded by the coronavirus?

People all over the world are dealing with uncertainties during the coronavirus pandemic. Although strict regulations have been lifted in some parts of the U.S., you may be feeling that a lot of things still remain outside your control. And this is making a lot of people, especially business owners anxious, stressed, and even angry at how the government is dealing with the situation. 

We’ve been hearing COVID-19-related controversies, we see people on social media debating over whether to wear a mask or not, people being discriminated on the streets and establishments, and then there’s the conspiracy theories that intrigue even the non-believers. Too many this or that, and very few solid, strong information as to how the coronavirus came to be.

Chronic worrying won't give you more control over things that are uncontrollable like this virus outbreak. It only sucks all the energy out of you. But by gaining more knowledge about how this virus is gonna play, how a longer quarantine will further negatively affect the economy, you'll be able to groom yourself to seamlessly adapt, adjust and reestablish your business.

Get an inside scoop on how the coronavirus came to be and why from Robert Kiyosaki's perspective in this week's revealing podcast!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • What will break the American spirit
  • Why there's no financial education in schools
  • The relationship of death and money
  • Why Robert Kiyosaki wrote 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad', and its connection to COVID-19


--> It's not up to my teacher to determine if I'm successful or not, it's up to me. — ROBERT KIYOSAKI

--> Before communism could take place in America, the American spirit had to be broken.

--> It's really socialism that's creeping in and communism comes in.



Jun 4, 2020

Episode show notes.

Is lack of energy your #1 deterrent to having a world-class life?

Energy is the most underrated commodity on the planet. You may have ironed out all your plans, have everything on schedule and in order, but if you have zero energy to execute, then you’ll always be one step away from having your dream lifestyle. I know a lot of millionaires today who gladly gave up their health for wealth and success. They were working all the time and they were getting results... until all their money couldn’t give them the energy to sustain the business.

That’s why it’s extremely important to keep your energy top-notch, especially when you’re at the sacrifice stage of your business where you know that every single day you’d be in the grind. You simply can’t get to your best and last long in your business if you don’t have enough energy.

One of the biggest keys to real consistency and longevity is creating consistent energy. Understanding its importance takes you one step closer to your vision and goals, and to take the necessary actions to really build your business.

Tune in to this week’s podcast and learn why it’s important to create consistent energy if you’re dreaming of a world-class life!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • What to expect from the process of having a world-class life
  • Why it’s important to keep your energy top-notch
  • The 4 biggest energy killers
  • How eating the wrong foods affect your results


--> One of the biggest keys to real consistency and longevity is creating consistent energy.

--> Energy is the most underrated commodity on the planet.

--> Your energy should introduce you before you even get to the room.



May 29, 2020

Episode show notes.

What do you do to stay motivated?

It’s no secret that the key to accomplishing your goals be it in business or in life is staying motivated.

Motivation is that drive that keeps you from hitting the snooze button when your alarm starts ringing nonstop in the morning. It’s the fuel that helps you get through a tough and stressful workday; It’s the thing that gives you the push you need when you feel like everything is starting to crumble down.

But no matter how motivated you are, there are times where we can’t avoid experiencing slumps.

It’s easy to find motivation but staying motivated is a different conversation. For some, it’s easy to shake it off and then they get back in the game but for others, it’s a struggle.

So how do you re-energize your motivation batteries and stay motivated most of the time? How do you stay in the zone and focus on your game?

If you’re finding it hard to stay focused and motivated, then today’s episode will surely be a treat for all of you out there who want to stay in their zone! 

There will be days where you feel like quitting but the tools that I’m about to share with you today will help you stay motivated while striving towards your personal and business goals!

Find out what's killing your momentum and motivation and learn how to fix them as I will share with you the game-changing tools that I personally used in order to stay consistent and motivated when you're really not feeling it!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • The game-changing tools to keep yourself motivated
  • Energy killers that eat your momentum and motivation away
  • Creating a prevention plan and executing them
  • How I motivate my friends, family, and my team!


--> Never let temporary feelings affect long term focus and long term vision.

--> If you are not motivated all the time, don't worry too much about it, realize it will pass and you'll be back in the zone again.

--> Tough times don't last. Tough people do.



May 22, 2020

Episode show notes.

Is lockdown anxiety keep you from picking up the sport of entrepreneurship and building wealth?

Overcoming this economic downturn does not take a lot of guts. But it does need you to crush fear because the real epidemic right now is that - fear. Adapting, preparing, and adjusting the way you do business and earn money are your lifelines and what will ultimately transition your efforts to something that will yield real money during the quarantine.

How are you preparing your business to come back stronger? Where are you putting your money right now? Are you doubling down? Or are you taking the path of least resistance?

If you’re serious about coming out on top, you gotta reinforce your mindset, your discipline, and your motivation. Use and abuse this quarantine time to take advantage of opportunities provided to you by available resources. Move quickly. Adapt. If you need to pivot, pivot and act fast!

A curation of value-packed interviews that best explain how you should be adapting to the economic effects of the coronavirus, Peter presents in this week’s podcast six of the greatest game-changers in the country who have achieved tremendous success in their respective fields:



Investor, philanthropist, and trusted advisor for conscious founders



CEO of the most popular indoor fitness boot camp, Fit Body Boot Camp HQ



CEO of sports nutrition supplement company, Bare Performance Nutrition



Real estate mentor and Founder & CEO of Clever Investor



Self-made celebrity real estate investor and host of Flip or Flop on HGTV



Author of international best-seller personal finance book, "Rich Dad Poor Dad"


These self-made millionaires are on top of the coronavirus as they continue to build wealth even during economic crashes simply because they know what it would mean if they do not immediately pivot and adapt.

Tune in to this week’s mashup podcast where six of Peter’s wealthy, resilient, game-changer friends talk about how you can adapt and pivot during a madly worrying economic crisis!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • Where to put your cash during the COVID crisis
  • Why you should take the money from government
  • How to pivot without looking opportunistic
  • The importance of adapting and moving fast


--> The best investment you can make is in you. GERARD ADAMS

--> Anyone that's not using the quarantine time right now to reinforce their mindset, their money, their motivation, their discipline, they're fools. BEDROS KEUILIAN

--> If you're not moving fast because of fear, once that fear catches you, you're gonna be moving fast. TAREK EL MOUSA



May 14, 2020

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Is the Great Lockdown starting to make you feel hopeless at making real money?

Watching the daily news talk about the rising number of COVID-related deaths and the disastrous impact this lockdown is making on the global economy can have you feeling like no money is being made by anybody right now. Well, let me stop you right there. 

I remember a very successful friend of mine telling me that when the economy is down, the money doesn’t disappear. It just transfers hands and it goes to the people who understand how to become more valuable at a time like this. Did you know that 76% of businesses started in a depression or recession?

If you can shift your perspective, if you can cut back on watching the negative news and start being around or listening to successful people who you know will have a positive influence on you, your lifestyle, and your income, then there’s no stopping you from beating this COVID-induced recession.

Join today’s podcast episode where Peter reveals the 5-step proven framework on how you can capitalize and make real, sustainable money even during a necessary lockdown!

This adapt-or-die new economy has got a lot of people on their knees. Find out how you can survive financially AND thrive while the world is upside down from Peter Voogd’s recession-proof package here:

In this episode, you will learn...

  • The 5-step framework on how to capitalize and make money in the new economy
  • Why you should understand that business is business
  • The 3 things you should invest in once you start making money
  • How to inject variety in your online content


--> When the economy goes down, the money doesn't disappear. It just transfers hands.

--> Trying to make four incomes at once work is gonna be nearly impossible and you'll be mediocre in every one. If you try to catch two or three rabbits, you'll catch zero.

--> But now you wanna make money work for you. Because if you only work for money and if you only trade time for money, you're gonna work the rest of your life and you'd just have a high-paying job.



May 7, 2020

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Are you handcuffed to the idea that you need a job to be wealthy?

While traditional education sets an early foundation for your literacy, it does not make you competent to make informed decisions that involve all your financial resources. Without a know-what and a know-how, you’ll find yourself 70 years old and still living the most average life, if not broke. 

And with a pandemic that continues to threaten the dollar and puts us in a deep recession, how do you intend to survive without so much as financial education?

Robert Kiyosaki, author of best-selling personal finance book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, gets in-depth with Peter Voogd about how the book came to be. Robert is an investor, entrepreneur, and a celebrated financial literacy advocate.

Robert Kiyosaki sold over 40 million copies of his Rich Dad, Poor Dad financial book series which changed the way tens of millions of people view and use money. He is known for his compelling communication style which appeals to all ages, making him a New York Times Best Seller for over 6 years and the most popular financial literacy activist.

Tune in to this week’s intense, value-packed podcast where Peter sits down with best-selling author Robert Kiyosaki of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad series to talk about how being stupid and almost flunking out of school made them actual millionaires!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • How Rich Dad, Poor Dad came to be and why it was a huge success 
  • Why a lot of rich people today are school dropouts
  • Why you should check between your left ear and your right ear
  • How to make millions during a market crash


--> The primary reason most people aren’t wealthy is because they went to school. (PETER VOOGD quoting ROBERT KIYOSAKI)

--> The economy's between this ear and that ear, you know. There's the world out there. But the real crisis is between your left ear and your right ear, and your heart. — ROBERT KIYOSAKI

--> I'm not gonna change Wall Street. I'm not gonna change the Fed. But I can change me. — ROBERT KIYOSAKI




Apr 29, 2020

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How would you like to be part of a powerful community that’s a breeding ground for wealth?

Ever wondered how rich people seem to personally know one another despite them being in different industries serving different markets? That’s because over the years of continually learning to better their craft and establishing themselves in their respective fields, they have become fully aware that what fuels their million dollar success is their intentional and nurtured relationship with the right people.

By building high level relationships in and even out of your industry, you can create a strong network of credible people that speaks volume of your own credibility and what can be expected from you. If you have the right roadmap and the right mentor, consider it a ticket to scaling and really building that million dollar life you dream about.

Elevating your circle of influence is your game changer. How? When you surround yourself with people who share your vision, when you place yourself in an environment that promotes wealth building, and when you reciprocate to that community by nurturing both the personal and business relationships you’ve formed, that’s when opportunities come. That’s when you’ll realize it’s social capital that’s gonna get you millionaire rich.
Tune in to this week’s podcast and learn how you can leverage relationships and make money while making friends!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • The 5 game-changing moves of million dollar networking
  • How to raise your social profile
  • The power of law of association
  • How to create your ideal script


--> Wealth is made through connections. Growth is accomplished through connections. Rich cultures are birthed through genuine connection.

--> A lot of people want level 10 success. A lot of people want level 10 income, level 10 influence, level 10 happiness. But they have a level four network.

--> Anyone that I connect with, that I build a relationship, my network is their network. My Rolodex is your Rolodex.




Apr 16, 2020

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Do you know yourself enough to not mess up and achieve results?

Many people are trying to build businesses or lead others without actually leading themselves. Before helping others succeed, you must help yourself first. The best way to do that is through self-development and investing in yourself. And the more you invest in yourself, the more successful you’ll become.

To start seeing results in your life, you have to have these fundamental successes that I’m going to talk about today.

In order to thrive, you have to understand your subconscious and rid yourself of the things that hold you back.

Develop a new identity and rewire your thinking as Peter will share crystal clear examples on how to get rid of that bad convictions and replace it with new ones that’ll actually help you sustain success in the long run!

Listen to this episode and awaken your potential as Peter talks about personal growth and development. Learn how to strengthen your resource muscle and rewire your brain to think like the world’s best!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • The fundamentals you need to see real success
  • Understanding your subconscious and knowing yourself
  • Why stress is not your enemy
  • Why this personal growth module is important



--> What you don’t know about yourself, controls your life.

--> Knowing yourself is more important than just personal growth.

--> Success is a journey, not a destination.




Apr 10, 2020

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Have you been struggling to sustain a consistent level of motivation in the last few weeks?

COVID-19 has reshaped how the world runs with establishments temporarily closing down, millions of workers getting laid off, and mandatory orders forcing people to stay in their homes.

But while we may all feel helpless during this time of crisis, we can still turn this adversity into advantage through motivation, strategy, and a good helping of music.

Keep listening to our podcast episode as we bring you eight upbeat and inspiring tracks that will guide you toward success and support you through this pandemic.

Through the eight tracks that combine the powers of motivation and music, this episode will show you how to maximize your time in quarantine so that you can rise above this shared adversity — and come out victorious.

The New Era of Motivaiton - The Lockdown Edition

Listen on Spotify


In this episode, you will learn...

  • How to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.

  • Ways to come out of this pandemic successful.

  • Reasons why this is the time to create — and create big.

  • The power of good music in amping up your energy.



--> When the economy is down, the money doesn’t disappear; it just transfers to the successful people and those who move with intention.

--> Everybody can get wealthy and do something to capitalize on this unique time.

--> You gotta do whatever you gotta do until your finances are straight, and then become obsessed with your passion.




Apr 7, 2020

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Have you ever in your adult life looked into the mirror and thought you’d be further ahead by now? Or wished that maybe you could have prepared for the crisis that happened? 

A lot of people are losing their money due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have lost their jobs, especially hour based or part time workers. You can’t clock hours at work because everyone has to stay at home. 

That’s why many are looking for ways to sustain themselves and their family after losing their job or source of income as a result of the crisis. 

You can’t just chill and watch Netflix just because businesses are closed and everyone is ordered to not go out. It’s in times like these that you need to maximize and capitalize on whatever resources that you have.

There’s no better time to work remotely than now! There are actually many things you can do with just a laptop and a phone while at home.

Starting an online business is not for everyone. But it is for those who are willing to adapt and embrace uncertainties.

If you’re looking for a huge advantage in life and in business then give yourself an applause for listening into this episode, as Peter shares 20 real tactical ideas on how to make money on a side hustle. He will talk about authentic and effective ways to best profit in today’s changing economy so that you can turn your uncertainty into clarity!

Peter also talks about the 3 truths that’ll totally transform your view of the current crisis situation.

Find out how you can recession-proof your business and maximize your income as Peter talks about the actions you can take as well as some money tips to get you through this tough time.

To learn more about this exclusive Recession Proof Offer please visit 

In this episode, you will learn...

  • Actions you need to take to maximize your income and turn your business recession-proof
  • The truths you need to understand to help you see this crisis in a different perspective
  • Unstoppable Mindset, the best way to improve your reality
  • Why NOW is the best time to become an entrepreneur
  • 20 plus real tactical ways to make money from a side hustle


--> This is not about hard work anymore. It’s not about working harder or smarter. It’s about working right.

--> You can create more money in downtime than you ever could in great times.

--> You need to make decisions now that your future self will thank you for.



Mar 26, 2020

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Are you ready to make the jump from your 9 to 5 to being your own boss?

How confident are you today to say what you earn daily is enough? While we can say we love what we do for a living, we can’t say the same about the routine - the 9 to 5 daily grind, the workload, the pressure to meet deadlines, going on overtime, and the fatigue setting in once you hit the couch when you reach home after a long day and finally spend what would’ve been quality time with your family. You may love your job, but it doesn’t always love you back. In fact, it will burn you out sooner or later if you don’t initiate a change. 

The 9 to 5 is a norm created by society and was ingrained in our minds since we were kids that it’s what we should do. Why not? We grew up seeing our parents do it and it was the common thing to do. The truth is, you don’t have to.

While I respect you if you still love your 9 to 5 routine and the sort of security it provides with your monthly paycheck, it’s regrettable that you don’t realize how detrimental it is for your creativity, for your passion, happiness, lifestyle, and to your future because you think it's your only option; when really it’s not. You have to start realizing that you can break out of your daily routine and start transitioning!

People come home from their 9 to 5 tired. That's exactly why 99% of society never build a life on their terms. They're too tired to work on their dreams because this took all their energy. But if you put in the work and you build a system and you're with the right company with the right vehicle, you will not believe the flexibility you have and how big a game-changer it is for your financial success.

Tune in to this week’s podcast where Peter lays out the straightforward 6-step formula that will give you the smoothest transition from 9 to 5 to starting your very own business!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • The 6 biggest game-changers for your transition
  • How your internal and external reasons will help set you up to become an entrepreneur
  • What creating your own certainty means 
  • Why you need to set a date
  • The vicious cycle practiced by most companies


--> If the why is strong enough, the how finds a way.

--> If you're still not waking up at 4 or 5 in the morning fired up and excited to take on the day, you don't have strong enough reasons.

--> The more you need someone else to tell you what to do, the less money you'll make.



Mar 11, 2020

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Are you burning the candle at both ends and still not seeing results?

When you realize that freedom and your well-being are so much more important than money, that’s when you develop a mindset and a strategy that’ll guide you on your journey to a million dollar business.

I created a roadmap anchored by guided by this mindset, a clearer focus, and unwavering determination. This 6-step formula which I’ve been using for years helped me BRAND and SCALE my business.

Find out how you can scale up and become a world-class entrepreneur ready to build a million-dollar legacy for your family in today’s prized podcast!


For the past 6 months, I have been working on a deep dive training based on the #1 question I get almost daily!!

“How do I grow and scale my business, while creating freedom and autonomy?” 🤔

After a lot of trial and error, I realized there was a 6 step proven formula and I’m going to share this with you this Thursday at 5 pm PST!

The training will be called “The 6 Step Proven Formula to Growing & Scaling Your Business While Creating Real Freedom For The Things You Care About” 🙏🏽 and I will reveal…..

✅How to Gain Absolute Clarity

✅Top Ways to Multiply your Profits

✅7 Figure Mindset Hacks and Habits

✅How to Have High Paying Clients Chase You

✅Tactics to Tear Down Barriers and Limitations

I believe this to be the best way to profit and take advantage of today’s changing economy, and I want you to be able to thrive when the economy shifts and not live in fear like most people 😕

Look if you’ve built a 100 million dollar business but you don’t have freedom and autonomy, or you don’t get to see your family whenever you want you did it ALL WRONG 🚫🚫


>> It’s not just the hours you put in. It’s the work you put in the hours.

>> You don’t always have to have the answer. Your network does.

>> If you built a hundred million dollar business but you don’t have a life you’re inspired by, you did it all wrong.


Mar 5, 2020

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Do you find yourself settling for less than ‘A’ players?

Putting together a sales team is a piece of cake. During the hiring process, there will surely be one or two hopefuls who’ll stand out and complete your team. What’s challenging is making sure everyone in the team is consistent in production, refuses to be bottlenecks, and is comfortable in your work culture. This is how your team comes on strong in helping you and your business get to 6 and 7 figures.

When my team retention rate was so bad that no one was able to stay on and I was left stressed and struggling, I knew I had to do something fast. If the team you formed, whether it’s sales, customer service, or administration isn’t helping you propel your business forward and ignite your growth, then you have a leadership problem on top of a team problem.

After acknowledging where I fell short in terms of leadership, I shifted my strategies and now we can’t get people to quit if they want to because they love what they do. My team is now one of the most dynamic sales teams working cohesively together, doing millions each year and enjoying one of the top work cultures in the country. 

How? With the 3-step process, I developed that served as groundwork for my ever-growing team of ‘A’ players.

Hear it straight from Peter in this week’s episode and learn how you can transform your existing team into a 7-figure dream team in three easy steps!

In this episode, you will learn...

  • The 3-step process to crafting a dream team
  • What to tell applicants when you’re hiring
  • Why you shouldn’t settle for less than ‘A’ players
  • How to develop actionable KPIs to get ahead of the game


--> The second someone experiences an expectation that is different than you shared, the trust for you subconsciously goes down or is depleted.

--> Most people give up because they're not used to pushing past challenges.

--> Never settle. A lot of people settle for okay people because they've given up on A players because it's not easy to find, but when you find them, you find your superstars.



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