Early to Rise Radio
Weekly episodes on health, wealth, and a life well-lived—hosted by ETR Editor Craig Ballantyne
What’s the one thing you need to do to succeed? It’s the same thing I resisted early in my career because of my ego. My number one business mistake was NOT getting this sooner. You need career coaching and personal accountability, of course, but the secret to success actually goes much, much DEEPER than that. Once I finally had this success secret in place I was able to get rich and overcome obstacles. You really need to hear this message today!
Business failures. Embarrassing career mistakes. This is what success is built on. You’re going to learn why successful people trust their guts and never rely on someone else to do the work. This is how you build your Empire… one business lesson at a time.
Do you ever have this feeling that you are capable of so much more? That you’re just on the edge of the bubble… and you might be a little frustrated with the feeling like you’re on the outside looking in? That’s what inspired me to create today’s show. Welcome to the Best Motivational Speech about how you can reach your full potential, achieve exactly what you want in life, and finally get what you desire and deserve for working so hard for, for so long. Let me show you how to be relentless, resilient, and resourceful.
Imagine if you could go back in time and give advice to your younger self. What would it be? And what advice would you give to Millennials today? In this hilarious and emotional episode filled with rants and laughs, Craig Ballantyne and Bedros Keuilian tell the harsh truth about the kick-in-the-butt confidence building wisdom they would share with ambitious men and women of every age who want to be successful, productive, and live life on their own terms.
The 2 biggest lessons my parents taught me on the farm were to work hard and take personal responsibility for everything you do. I still don’t understand how they got together, an alcoholic and a conservative Christian woman, but it made for an adventurous, politically incorrect childhood that led me to create powerful habits, transformation systems, and rules for living that have served me well. I’ve gone on to transform the lives of over 1 million people, write the Perfect Day Formula, and coach thousands of entrepreneurs to success
Meet my friend, Sharran Srivatsaa, a self-made millionaire who was born middle class in India… with an almost 1 in a billion chance of success. At age 10, Sharran’s parents recognized he would be trapped in India. So his father “bought” a lottery ticket… and set Sharran free to live the American Dream and build a 10X Growth Formula from his sales training at Goldman Sachs and experience running a massive real estate firm.
What if you could finish half of your morning work the night before… just with the right planning? 82% of my readers admitted they are losing control of their day in the morning… so today’s show is going to fix that with 3 easy steps to structure your day, build your to-do list, and script your perfect morning routine. It’s perfect for parents and will even help you sleep better.
What I wouldn’t give for another hour with my father. He passed away in 2008 but left me many business lessons, including his top tip of being a little crazy, that totally changed my life. You’ll also hear how Bedros Keuilian’s father gave him the immigrant edge and how both of our fathers taught us the meaning of hard work. Our fathers inspired us to success and greatness, and we want to teach you what we learned. This one gets a little emotional, and the stories are powerful.
Early To Rise editor, Jeff Steen talks to Shari Alexander about some of her amazing experiences as she tells stories of how she managed to land major business and political clients using her unique skills. Listen as she reveals the sometimes-harsh truths about what you and I are doing wrong in our communication.
Before Tim Ferriss, there was Mark Ford, a man you can only describe at a real-life World’s Most Interesting Man. Today you get the wisdom of a businessman who spent 3 decades dedicating himself to getting rich, learning languages, becoming a poet and artist, and building a billion-dollar business. But along the way, he made some mistakes, and he wants you to avoid them. Enjoy this epic discussion covering his journey from broke, misbehaving kid on Long Island to his first retirement at age 39 and then to his second and third acts as a business mentor and best-selling author. Everything you need to know about life is on today’s show.