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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Moses. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Moses, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Moses. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Moses, often where they are interviewed.

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Align With Him Feat. Mark Moses

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Aug 30 2020 · 42mins
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Chris Graham, Mark Moses Talk Wrestlemania, AEW, More

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AFP Editor Chris Graham and 1560 The Fan's Mark Moses recap Wrestlemania 36, look ahead to where WWE is going from here, talk AEW and more.

Apr 11 2020 · 1hr 24mins
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1/17/2019 Magic Drive Time with Mark Moses, 1560 AM The Fan

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Today, Mark Moses of 1560 AM The Fan joins Dante Marchitelli and Aaron Berlin for some Magic and football talk. The guys weigh in on the matchup in the AFC Championship game between Aaron's Kansas City Chiefs and Dante's New England Patriots, and give predictions for the final score. In the second segment, the guys jump into breaking down the Orlando Magic and their recent contests.
Jan 22 2019 · 24mins
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S5: 02: Mark Moses: Make BIG Happen!

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"If you think BIG and act BIG, you WILL be BIG!" ~Mark Moses

Habits2Goals kicks off Season V with a B I G interview: entrepreneur, best-selling author, philanthropist and 12-time Ironman triathlete Mark Moses.

Mark's business, CEO Coaching International, coaches more than 100 CEOs and entrepreneurs in nine countries, helping them increase profitability, meet business objectives and reach new heights.

His recently released book, Make Big Happen: How to Live, Work, and Give Big, stems from Mark's lifelong credo that you can achieve anything if you believe in yourself. 

Mark says, "Let's not dream about it: Let's do it!"

Four big questions frame the book as well as Mark's philosophy:

  • What do you want?
  • How do you get what you want?
  • What's going to get in the way?
  • How do you hold yourself accountable?

Listen in to hear a fascinating discussion about figuring out what you want — if you were to wake up a year from now celebrating, what exactly would you be celebrating? 

Listen in to learn more!

Enjoy the show!


Written by Mark: Make Big Happen: How to Live, Work, and Give Big

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Nov 07 2018 · 47mins
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Episode 4: Mark Moses

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Today on the Episode 4 of "Where's My Parachute?", Mark Moses, author of "Make Big Happen" and "Incredible Entrepreneur" shares his journey with us today.
May 09 2018 · 33mins
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Mark Moses: Going BIG

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Mark Moses makes BIG happen – even when it means riding an elephant into an annual sales meeting. Today on the EO Podcast, Mark discusses the importance of balancing fear and courage, and how he overcame the fear related to his fathers’ struggles throughout his entrepreneurial career. Tune-in to learn the most common challenges that hinder company growth, and how entrepreneurs can overcome them and make it BIG in life, business, and impact.

Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 01:07 – Mark is a CEO/coach, triathlete, author of an internationally best-selling book called “Make Big Happen,” and a founding partner of CEO Coaching International
  • 01:28 – His emphasis is on growth that is dramatic
  • 01:30 – He has won the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award and the Blue Chip Enterprise Award for overcoming adversity and his last company was ranked #1 Fastest Growing Company in LA and #10 in the Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies in the U.S.
  • 01:53 – He is a 12-time Ironman, including 5 Hawaii world championships, and is a national squash champion in 1992
  • 02:32 – Started his entrepreneurial career at age 19 and has built and sold 2 businesses: Student Painters and Platinum Capital Group, which at one point was making $1M/month in profit with 245 employees
  • 02:58 – Storytime: Early Success
  • 03:03 – He decided to get a franchise after his first year of college and made $18,000 that summer and $35,000 the next which covered college with a lot left over
  • 04:08 – He was motivated and thought he wanted to be an accountant until he realized he could hire one
  • 04:31 – He drove from near Toronto to Southern California when he graduated, built up Student Painters to 250 branches, 3,000 painters, and sold it at age 26 at $6 million in revenue
  • 5:59 – He started Platinum Capital with a cofounder and built it over a 13-year period and after many ups-and-downs, they sold with $1.6 Billion in annual business
  • 07:17 – His father’s struggles
  • 07:20 – They grew up in a small town in Northern Ontario and there were two major mines in the town
  • 07:35 – Mine workers went on strike and many small businesses started going under, including his father’s clothing stores
  • 07:57 – His father moved a few hours away and tried working for another clothing store and it didn’t work out, he got into real estate and that worked out for him
  • 08:44 – Mark has a good relationship with his father
  • 08:56 – He’s a simple guy from a small town who everyone loves
  • 09:08 – Lessons learned from the bankruptcy
  • 09:14 – Mark’s business coach always told him he had a fear of losing everything, like his father did, and it affected his decision-making
  • 09:46 – Growing up his dad would say, “Just trying to keep the wolf away from the door,” when asked about his day
  • 10:25 – How Mark gets past the fear-based mentality
  • 10:40 – The mortgage business started out rough and had ups-and-downs, whenever it was rough he had fear
  • 10:57 – Fear on one side and courage on the other: Fear can cause an inability to act, but you can still move forward and act as necessary
  • 11:22 – He’s battled the balance between risk and courage his entire entrepreneurial career
  • 12:09 – His father sent him an email saying he was really proud of him and loved his book
  • 13:10 – Mark’s confident ready-for-battle posture and persona pairs well with his humble sentiment towards his father telling him he’s proud
  • 13:30 – His mortgage company almost went bankrupt
  • 13:43 – They were filing for bankruptcy after 1998 when Wall Street pulled out of his marketplace and there was no liquidity for his product anymore
  • 14:34 – They had 275 people working in Irvine and laid off 240 of them, there was 0 revenue
  • 15:11 – They struggled to hang on to the money they made, then ran up debt from credit cards and family, then ran out of money
  • 16:05 – How Mark found out about Wall Street pulling out and his reaction
  • 16:13 – Disbelief, indigestion, fear, panic; they had bought a beautiful home, boat, had a baby with another on the way
  • 17:07 – They were looking at apartments and it was emotionally crushing and painful
  • 17:30 – His business partner went to listen to a successful speaker who sent them questions after hearing their business plan
  • 18:00 – They answered his questions and he wired them money the next day, saving them from bankruptcy
  • 18:10 – What product they used to build the business up again
  • 18:17 – They went to a mainstream product and a franchise-type structure where other companies worked beneath them and used them as their banker
  • 19:18 – Nasty dispute with a partner – they brought in a new guy to run a new division of their company
  • 19:43 – He was Mark’s best man, he started a new division which was quickly successful, then bailed, took 85% of the people with him, and set up a competing company 2 blocks away
  • 20:26 – The elephant on the cover of “Make Big Happen”
  • 20:33 – Mark’s relationship with elephants: He rode one down the street into a sales meeting
  • 20:51 – He had just signed a lease to a 24,000 sq. ft. facility after his partner has bailed, and he only had 12 people to move in
  • 21:04 – He tore a wall down in the building and rode the elephant into the annual meeting
  • 21:38 – The message was: “If you think big and act big, you will be big. Let’s together make $1 Billion.”
  • 21:58 – It took 8 years for them to make $1 Billion, and they made $1.6 Billion the following year
  • 23:25 – If you believe in yourself, you can do anything.
  • 23:42 – He hates his wife’s shirt that says, “Literally can’t;” success comes in a “can”
  • 24:21 – How do you get entrepreneurs to thing big?
  • 24:30 – Crystal ball exercise – 3 years from now imagine celebrating an achievement
  • 25:19 – What are the few specific and measureable activities that’ll lead you to that outcome
  • 25:44 – Many will give an outcome or theme, not a specific measureable activity
  • 26:18 – Methodology that companies can implement
  • 26:25 – Download the Crystal Ball Exercise from his website here
  • 26:32 – The book also explains it thoroughly
  • 26:37 – He has a blog and podcast
  • 26:45 – Best practices
  • 26:48 – Book is about how to live, work, and give big and live a full life
  • 27:00 – Practices to live the life, have the business, and create the impact you want
  • 27:14 – Companies come to Mark for fast growth – what are problems that everyone has
  • 28:07 – Knowing the measureable activities to implement
  • 28:28 – Gross margin opportunities
  • 29:16 – The wrong team: It takes a lot of courage to replace the talent that got you to where you are today with the talent that will get you to the next big milestone
  • 30:40 – Entrepreneurs have trouble doing what the business needs because of the emotions involved
  • 31:13 – Jim Collins says, “First who, then what:” A-Players only
  • 31:41 – Relationship between risk and return when Mark works with a client
  • 32:05 – His average client grows 35% in revenue year after year
  • 23:40 – Average size of clientele: Low $40 Million is the average – smallest client is around $5 Million and largest is almost $2 Billion
  • 32:55 – The biggest risk is growing faster than you have the ability to
  • 33:18 – He likes calculated and measured risk
  • 33:31 – His son suffered a brain tumor at 3, he’s now 17: How his work suffered
  • 34:05 – It was a difficult time filled with uncertainty and fear
  • 34:20 – He had an excellent team and great leadership
  • 35:00 – His son did a marathon in Antarctica

36:06 – Marks website:

3 Key Points:

  1. Balancing fear and courage can be tough, but don’t let fear inhibit you from taking action.
  2. If you think big and act big, you will be big.
  3. You must practice the proven measureable activities to live the life, have the business, and make the impact you want.

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Dec 12 2017 · 36mins
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002: Bringing Couples Closer with Mark Moses

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Welcome to the second episode of The Couples Therapist Couch, a podcast by couples therapist, Shane Birkel. This is the podcast for Couples Therapists, Marriage Counselors, and Relationship Coaches to explore the practice of couples therapy. In this episode Shane interviews couples expert, Mark Moses. Subscribe for more episodes to come.

Sep 12 2017 · 39mins
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Mark Moses from 1560 the Fan in Florida talks some Sunshine state football, Heisman Flashback, and NCAA stars not cutting it in the NFL

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This week the Professor has an interview with Mark Moses from The Fan on 1560 in Central Florida on the state of College Football in the Sunshine state, a caller asks why some athletes have stellar careers in the NCAA and then are duds in the NFL (yes Tebow is thrown in there, and possibly under the bus!). Additionally we cover cover a very controversial Heisman Trophy winner. Can you guess who that is?

Jul 09 2017 · 49mins
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Paul McDonald & Mark Moses

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The national unemployment rate is at 4.4% and with a veritable onslaught of fresh-faced job seekers entering the workforce, the time is right to grow your work-family and secure top talent. For tips on effective interviewing is Robert Half International's Paul McDonald. Then, we hope you're in the mood to be inspired! From painting houses as a college student, to competing in 12 IRONMAN triathlons, to earning well over $1-billion in business, Founding Partner of CEO Coaching International and author of Make Big Happen, Mark Moses, takes us through his career as a serial entrepreneur.

  • [00:00:00] Hot Job Prospects for Millennials Post Graduation
  • [00:05:56] You're Hired! Sharpen Soft Skills to Get the Job
  • [00:11:30] Four Tips to Find and Hire Your Dream Employee
  • [00:18:20] Mark Moses: Entrepreneur, Triathlete, Dad
  • [00:27:19] Making Big Things Happen with Mark Moses
  • [00:33:21] A Marching Band and an Elephant Walk Into a Meeting...
May 27 2017 · 39mins
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015: Mark Moses on 4 Key Questions for Better Results, The Blueprint for Training a Sales Team & Lessons From a 12x Ironman Triathlete

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"If You don't have an assistant, you are an assistant." - Mark Moses

In this episode of The Elite Advisor Blueprint, Mark Moses (@CEOCoachMark) is here to talk about how to define, measure and accomplish any goal as a financial advisor so you can take your business to the next level!

Mark is a founding partner at CEO Coaching International, where he and his team help businesses and individuals increase profitability, drive margin expansion and gain accountability in order to meet business objectives and reach new heights.

Mark started his first company when he was 19 years old and graduated with a business degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in 1987. Since then, he has successfully built and sold two companies: Student Painters and Platinum Capital Group.

Mark’s new book, Make Big Happen: How to Live, Work, and Give Big, teaches you to ask better questions, so you can get better results. The questions outlined in the book are the foundation of every fast-growing profitable business and answering them in the right way can lead to exceptional results.

In this interview, Mark shares his inspiring entrepreneurial journey and the invaluable lessons he’s learned along the way. He discusses the importance of  finding great mentors, ways for staying accountable so you can achieve BIG goals, his proven methods for building an unstoppable sales force, prioritizing what matters the most and the power of believing in yourself.

He also shares a lot more more incredibly insightful advice and actionable takeaways that will allow you to get what you want so you can take your financial business to the next level.

  • Mark shares how he started out as an entrepreneur, moved from Canada to California, and why he gave up on becoming an accountant. You’ll hear how how he:
    • Built his first company (Student Painters), grew it from 0 to 250 locations, hired 3,000 people, and sold it all before the age of 26. [05:09]
    • Built a mortgage company from 0 to 1.6 billion in mortgage premium before exiting. [06:30]
    • Created a private coaching company that serves over 130 CEO’s and entrepreneurs in 12 countries around the world. [07:05]
  • The Doctor’s said his obsessive work ethic would kill him before the age of 25… Find out what he did next to free up his time. [08:17]
  • Why seeking out great mentors is a MUST if you want to take your business to the next level [10:20]
  • The importance of having systems and people in place that can hold you accountable for hitting your goals [14:32]
  • The 4 “Make Big Happen” questions you need to ask yourself in order to build a better business and life. [16:30]
  • Discover Mark’s step-by-step sales training methodology that can skyrocket your success as a financial advisor [19:05]
  • The importance of selling process, not product [25:40]
  • How to use the Crystal Ball Exercise to define, measure and accomplish ANY goal! [26:10]
  • Why it’s always doable if you believe that you can! [29:55]
    • How Mark used the power of “I believe I can” to complete 12 Ironman triathlons and raised over $500,000 for charity  [31:20]
  • How to grow your business as a financial advisor and still be a great parent!  [37:00]
  • Being intentional about prioritizing what matters to you [44:25]
  • Who Mark thinks of when he thinks of the word successful [45:30]
  • Books that have made an impact in Mark’s life [46:30]
  • Why you can always hire better people than you think you can and why this is critical to building a successful company [48:58]
  • What you NEED to do if you “can’t afford” the best people on your team. [49:45]
Feb 06 2017 · 51mins