Markus Kaulius is the founder of Magnum Nutraceuticals, works equally hard on his physique as he does on his business. The hard work and balance between these two endeavors, synergistically have led to success in both areas.
Tom Dobrez is the author of “Root Root Root for the Home Teams: A Chicago Fan’s Odyssey to Find the Meaning of Life Through Sports”, an autobiographical account of his life as a sports fan. In this memoir, he examines how sports can teach us about family and success in life.
In this episode, Larry Hagner delves into the glaring absence of comprehensive education on what makes a marriage successful, and the trials many couples face as a result of this deficiency in knowledge and skills. Larry turns the spotlight on his own marriage, expressing his heartfelt gratitude as he crosses the two-decade milestone. Additionally, Larry touches upon the escalating divorce rates and explores whether a lack of these crucial skills might be a major contributing factor.
Heath Wilson and Joey Odom are the co-founders of Aro, a company focused on helping individuals and families establish healthier relationships with their digital devices. The company’s goal is to create an environment in which people can connect more meaningfully with each other and be more present in their daily lives.
Jason Reid is a successful businessman, coach for CEOs, and founder of over 20 businesses. He is also the founder of the Tell My Story foundation, a nonprofit organization aimed at educating and empowering parents to support their children’s mental health struggles.
Jayson Gaddis is an executive coach, author, podcaster, speaker, a global leader on interpersonal conflict and connection, and is the founder & CEO of The Relationship School. Today, he joins Larry to talk about his new book “Getting to Zero: How to Work Through Conflict in Your High Stakes Relationships”, and discusses the importance of conflict resolution in relationships.