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The Pursuit with Kelsey Humphreys

The Pursuit with Kelsey Humphreys is an insightful and entertaining in-person, video talk show featuring today’s most successful people like Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Gary Vaynerchuk, HGTV’s the Property Brothers, Chalene Johnson, Michael Hyatt and more! Each episode features an in-depth interview where guests explain how they got to where they are today and their best advice for anyone who wants to achieve success, but may feel stuck, overwhelmed, or unsure of where to start. Every episode Humphreys breaks down digestible, doable takeaways from the interview and gets the guest to let loose, have fun and offer an awesome giveaway to listeners.
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Dec 14, 2016

Entrepreneurs, marketers and writers can learn a lot from comedians. They write well, they understand culture, they blend artistry and commerce and most of them have had to single-handedly build their brands from the ground up. So I jumped at the chance to interview Kathy Griffin during her Celebrity Run-Ins, My A-Z Index press tour in New York City.

Not only is Griffin an Emmy- and Grammy-winning comedian and actress, she is also a Guinness World Record holder, the owner of three corporations, an online influencer with more than two million raving followers and a New York Times best-selling author. Her estimated net worth is around $15 million, so obviously she has figured out the business aspect of show business.

Here are a few lessons that Griffin has learned by achieving success in a fiercely competitive industry.

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Dec 14, 2016

In the last year and a half, I’ve had the privilege of interviewing some of today’s leading entrepreneurs, celebrities and influencers on The Pursuit. Together, my guests -- including Gary Vaynerchuk, Tony Robbins, the Property Brothers and Barbara Corcoran -- have collectively written more than 15 New York Times bestselling books. They employ more than 800 people and impact tens of millions of people on social media. If that's not enough, their total combined net worth is estimated to be more than $800 million.

When closely studying successful people, you realize that each story is unique. Each person has his or her own quirks, success habits, turning points and failures. How they get to the destination of success often varies quite a bit. Once they arrive there, however, they start to have similar perspectives. They also tend to agree on their advice for those launching a brand and starting a business.

Here are the top five keys to success when you're just getting started, from some of the most successful people in the world.

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Dec 14, 2016

Tony Robbins is a business and life strategist who helps people achieve personal and professional breakthroughs. He has reached millions through his wildly popular motivational seminars, his coaching of CEOs, U.S. presidents and billionaire hedge fund managers and his five internationally acclaimed books.

Joe Berlinger is an Academy Award-nominated filmmaker whose films include the landmark documentaries Brother’s Keeper, Paradise Lost and Metallica: Some Kind of Monster, a film that re-defined the rockumentary genre. In addition to his documentary work, he is a two-time Emmy and Peabody winner and has created many hours of television as both a producer and director.

After attending Robbins’ "Date With Destiny" event, Berlinger felt compelled to share his experience with the world through film. His team embedded themselves into Robbins’ event to give viewers an immersive look at the seminar. After years of planning and editing, Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru was released in July of 2016.

In this unique interview, Robbins and Berlinger come together to discuss creativity, vulnerability, risk and reward. How can entrepreneurs and artists face repeated failure, criticism and rejection, and still find both achievement and fulfillment? Listen to the duo share their advice.

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Dec 14, 2016

James Altucher is a serial entrepreneur that has founded or co-founded more than 20 businesses, including Reset Inc. and StockPickr. He is also the author of 17 books, including Choose Yourself! and the Wall Street Journal best-seller The Power of No.

Altucher's work can also be found on his blog and in online publications sites such as The Financial Times, TheStreet, The New York Observer and The Huffington Post. Most recently, he has become known for his popular podcasts, The James Altucher Show, Ask Altucher and Question of the Day.

With a resume like his, I expected Altucher to dispense standard, heard-before business advice, but he definitely did not. Listen for his seven unique perspectives on achieving success in business and in life.

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Dec 14, 2016

The story of the hustling D-student who built a business from a dorm room never gets old, which is why I loved interviewing Kenny Dichter. That’s exactly how the serial entrepreneur, now the CEO and founder of Wheels Up, got his start. But what sets Dichter apart is his track record since then: building and selling one successful business after another.

In college, Dichter and a friend began creating and selling T-shirts with “Wisconsin flair” at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The apparel line started to gain traction, so Dichter moved the operation from his dorm to a nearby storefront. That business grew to three locations before Dichter sold it upon graduation.

After his first success, the father of one of his friends, a clothing manufacturer, decided to back Dichter’s next apparel venture. His operation moved from Wisconsin to New York City, and he was soon fulfilling orders for the likes of Wal-Mart and Sears. As the company reached a tipping point, Dichter decided to sell it and start a new venture, a process he would repeat over and over again.

His next business took him into the world of sports marketing. His friend Jesse Itzler, a jingle writer, saw an opportunity to build a business around the music that played in arenas during sporting events. Dichter provided the strategy for Itzler’s idea, and the two sold that business to SFX Entertainment for more than $4 million in 1998.

By that point, Dichter had experienced substantial success firsthand, and he noticed that no one in his social circles flew commercial anymore. On one of his first private flights, the idea for Marquis Jet was born. Marquis Jet was the first aviation option that allowed members to reduce travel costs by buying blocks of hours on a pre-paid card instead of purchasing their own aircraft. Again, Dichter grew his idea and made an exit, selling Marquis Jet to Warren Buffet’s NetJets in 2010. Before returning to aviation with Wheels Up in 2014, Dichter built and sold another business, Tequila Avion, an ultra-premium brand that sold for $100 million.

His latest success offers the private aviation industry a membership model without spending requirements or hourly minimums. Wheels Up raised $115 million in funding in February 2016, and according to Ditcher, it now holds a valuation of $521.5 million with a projected worth of $1 to $1.5 billion by 2020.

Clearly, Dichter knows what he’s doing. Here is his advice for entrepreneurial success.

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Dec 14, 2016

If you’re a writer looking to build and monetize your personal platform -- or you’re hoping to leave your corporate job to become a solopreneur -- you will love Jon Acuff’s story.

Acuff is a New York Times bestselling author of five books and an in-demand speaker who has appeared on stage for clients such as Whirlpool, Microsoft and Comedy Central. He’s a social media influencer with more than 275,000 followers and his blog posts have been read by 4 million people.

How did he do it?

Well, if you’ve read his books, you’ve followed his story. He left his corporate job for his dream, started a business and reinvented himself a few times along the way.

Before going solo, Acuff worked his way up in an advertising career, eventually writing for brands such as The Home Depot, Staples and later landed his dream job, writing and speaking for the Dave Ramsey team. After taking the leap? He had his best financial year ever and books speaking gigs a year.

Listen in for the key steps to leaving your job, creating great work and achieving solo success.

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Dec 14, 2016

Do you know what a fiduciary is? If you do (and you never went to law school), that knowledge may be based on the mission and vision of Elliot Weissbluth.

Weissbluth is the founder and CEO of HighTower, a firm of fiduciary advisors with an open-source platform of various industry-leading financial products and solutions. To those outside of the finance sector, this means that instead of working with one financial institution’s broker, who sells you an option of that institution’s products and services, you work with an independent advisor who is legally obligated to advise you on the best product or solution for your portfolio -- from various financial institutions.

When Weissbluth founded HighTower in 2007, he entered the finance industry as a disruptor from the outside. Now, however, he is regarded as an industry figurehead, and he has been included on Worth Magazine’s Power 100 list, Investment Advisor’s list of top 25 most influential people in the industry and many more in recent years. He is also a regular guest on CNBC, Fox Business and Bloomberg.

Weissbluth is not only passionate about the financial industry, but he also has a lot of unique insights about starting a business in a new industry, scaling that business, securing funding, growing a team and more.

Here are his keys to entrepreneurial success when disrupting an industry.

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Dec 14, 2016

Since founding the now award-winning New York-based agency MRY in his bedroom in 2002, Matt Britton has worked with some of the world’s leading brands, such as Microsoft, Coca-Cola and Visa. He has also become a leader in social media marketing and millennial marketing. Britton has spoken at industry conferences around the globe and has become a featured advertising expert for CNBC, Mashable, Forbes, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal, among others.

How did he go from solo consultant to employing more than 500 people and then a multi-million-dollar exit?

First, he faced failure, launching an internet marketing firm out of college that burst along with the internet bubble. Even with clients such as Sony, eBay and Evite, the firm couldn’t survive and was bailed out by Youthstream Media Networks. He stayed at Youthstream as an employee for less than two years, then took the leap again, forming Mr Youth, which later became MRY.

Britton has lived out the romantic one-man-show-turned-giant-agency story. Here are his best pieces of advice for consultants and freelancer out there eager to do the same.

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Dec 14, 2016

There is power in storytelling, which is why many entrepreneurs, executives and brand representatives wonder how to share their personal stories effectively. They may not be sure of when, where, why and what to share. How much transparency, authenticity and vulnerability is too much?

We can learn the answers to some of those questions from Glennon Doyle Melton. She is the blogger and New York Times bestselling memoirist behind Momastery.com, a blog and online community that reaches millions each week. She is also the founder of the nonprofit Together Rising and an in-demand TED speaker. You may recognize her from a recent appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s SuperSoul Sunday, in which Oprah gave Melton’s new bestseller Love Warrior a coveted spot on her Book Club list.

Melton has bared all in her writing and speaking, giving her audience a deep and vivid look into her life as a writer, mother, soon-to-be ex-wife and recovering alcoholic and bulimic. Here are a few of her key lessons on how to best share your story with the world.

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Dec 14, 2016

Natalie MacNeil is an Emmy Award-winning producer and the bestselling author of She Takes on the World, The Conquer Kit and Conquer Your Year.

MacNeil is now focused on transforming businesses around the world through The Conquer Club, a 12-month incubator program for entrepreneurs. She has appeared in outlets such as Inc., Forbes, ForbesWoman, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Mashable and more.

I recently sat down with her to ask how others can take on the world -- and conquer it.

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Dec 14, 2016

If you have ever searched "Facebook marketing," you've probably saw the name Amy Porterfield. She is a bestselling author, social media expert and online entrepreneur whose business, now well beyond basic Facebook training, is on track to hit the $6 million mark this year.

Before launching her social media marketing business, Porterfield created content first as part of Harley Davidson’s internal marketing team, and then for performance coach Tony Robbins. From live events to podcasts to product launches, Porterfield has done it all, and done it well.

Listen to this epiosde for Porterfield's tips on turning career success into solo success as an entrepreneur.

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Dec 14, 2016

Ramit Sethi, the millionaire entrepreneur behind the blog I Will Teach You to Be Rich, built an empire around answering the question, "How do I live a rich life?"

The New York Times bestselling author, a personal finance advisor and a co-founder of PBworks, a collaboration software company, has produced serious results with his blog and courses on how to live a rich life, with thousands of documented success stories. It’s no wonder he’s been featured on Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, PBS, CNBC, ABC News and NPR. It also explains why he has about half a million email subscribers and a large social media following.

Listen to this episode for his advice on how you can live a rich life. 

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Dec 14, 2016

If you aren’t familiar with Simon Sinek’s name, you’re probably familiar with the movement he created, launched with the release of his international bestselling book, Start With Why. You may also recognize his face from his subsequent TED talk, one of the organization’s most popular videos ever, with more than 28 million views. This New York Times bestselling author and speaker is not just spreading an idea, he’s leading a crusade. His goal? To build a world where the vast majority of people go home every day feeling fulfilled.

His refreshing views on business and leadership have attracted meetings with organizations such as Pfizer, NBC/Universal, 3M, Costco, Deckers, Ernst & Young, JetBlue and more. Beyond TED, he’s addressed the United Nations, the United States Congress and the senior leadership of the U.S. Air Force, Marine Corps and Army. You may have read his commentary and ideas in publications such as The New York Times, Inc., NPR and Businessweek.

When it comes to spreading a message, he has done it all. Though I had read about why he created this movement, I wanted to learn how he did it. Listen to find the answer. 

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Jun 28, 2016

If you think sitting down with Barbara Corcoran from Shark Tank might be the most fun thing ever, I can now tell you, you are correct! This interview has a lot of insights that build off of her other interviews, because she’s been covered in the media so many times, I didn’t want to give you all the same answers you’ve already heard. That said, if you haven’t seen many of her articles or interviews, I have linked some great ones for you in the show notes.

 

Barbara Corcoran is one of today’s most successful entrepreneurs, bestselling author of Shark Tales, with an estimated worth of $40 Million and a starring role in the ABC hit series “Shark Tank.” After earning straight D’s in high school and college, and trying many jobs in her early twenties, she found her calling in real estate. Over her career she turned a $1000 dollar loan into a six billion dollar business. Now she is an international star, loved by viewers and aspiring entrepreneurs everywhere for her for the warm, yet candid advice “in the tank.”

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Jun 28, 2016

Tony. Robbins. This interview might have the most practical, applicable tips and tactics we’ve ever had packed into one episode! I learned, I was inspired, I made him laugh. Such such such a great episode.

Tony Robbins is the nations #1 Life and Business Strategist. A recognized authority on the psychology of leadership, negotiations and organizational turnaround, he has served as an advisor to leaders around the world for more than 38 years. Author of five internationally bestselling books, including the New York Times #1 best-seller MONEY: MASTER THE GAME, now available in paperback, Mr. Robbins has empowered more than 50 million people from 100 countries through his audio, video and life training programs. He created the #1 personal and professional development program of all time, and more than 4 million people have attended his live seminars. As a philanthropist, Mr. Robbins feeds 4 million people per year in 56 countries. He has also initiated programs in more than 1,500 schools, 700 prisons, and 50,000 service organizations and shelters.   He has personally provided meals for 59 million people in the USA, and matching funds to feed 102 million through his partnership with Feeding America.

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May 10, 2016

If you want to become more productive and more fulfilled while growing your mission, message, and business, you will love this episode with Brendon Burchard. Brendon Burchard is not only one of the most kind and energetic and inspiring human beings I’ve met, he’s one of the top 100 Most-Followed Public Figures on Facebook. He’s a master motivator, and immediately challenged my goals and inspired me within our first thirty seconds of meeting each other.He was funny, down to earth, super generous, and at the same time clearly functioning on a higher level than everyone around him. I find him fascinating, and you will too!

He teaches thousands of people online, which explains why he was called “one of the most successful online trainers in history” by Oprah.com (NBD!) He’s a #1 New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and #1 USA Today bestselling author, his books include The Motivation Manifesto, The Charge, The Millionaire Messenger, and Life’s Golden Ticket.

I find him fascinating, and you will too!

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Apr 29, 2016

If you want to learn how to build lasting success as a marketer, entrepreneur, or small business owner, or if you’re a GaryVee fan, you will love this episode with Gary Vaynerchuk. I worked long and hard to get this interview and it was worth it! One of my favorites, shot at his New York City office. If you’re not familiar with Gary Vaynerchuk, you may want to re-think calling yourself an Entrepreneur. His Q&A show, #AskGaryVee, is a go-to resource for entrepreneurs and those aspiring, as is his bestselling book of the same name. His YouTube channel, with keynotes, #AGV, and his docu-reality show DailyVee boasts over 161,000 subscribers. He is a Snapchat celebrity and has amassed over 1 million followers on Twitter.

 

But I assure you he’s not just a “social media guy.”

 

He helped his father take their family wine business from 3 Million to 60 million in 5 years, founded VaynerMedia, a social agency with over 600 employees in multiple offices, and co-founded VaynerRSE which has a portfolio that includes Facebook, Tumblr, Uber, and more.

 

Watch to the end and soak up every minute of this passionate, successful hustler, who genuinely cares about your success.

 

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Apr 29, 2016

If you are an aspiring coach, consultant, marketer, YouTuber, or online entrepreneur, you will learn a ton from this interview with Marie Forleo. Marie Forleo is one of today’s most influential online business personalities. I was so stoked to get to interview her in her LA home a couple weeks ago. Not only have I followed her for about four years, you guys, she’s worked with Oprah! and Tony Robbins! She’s right up at the top of my list so I feel very blessed she was able to fit us in for an interview on the actual launch day of her flagship online course, B-School.

 

Named by Oprah (!!!) as a thought leader for the next generation, Marie Forleo aims to help entrepreneurs build a “business and life they truly love.” She is a master of personal branding, creating the award-winning online show MarieTV, which boasts over 230,000 subscribers. She is also the founder of B-School and has mentored young business owners at Richard Branson’s Centre of Entrepreneurship.

 

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Apr 29, 2016

If you are a realtor, sales professional, or entrepreneur who wants to learn to think bigger and master selling, you will love this episode with Grant Cardone. You’ve probably heard of Grant Cardone, master of sales, NY Times bestselling author and popular business celebrity. You’ve also probably formed a quick opinion about him based on your first encounter, after all he is outspoken, “salesy” and happy to share about his massive wealth.

 

But Cardone has faced his share of struggles. After his father died when he was ten, his mother was constantly worried. “Meals were served with fear,” he said. This may explain his obsession with success, growth, and being able to “take care of his family” – a phrase he uses probably more than any other. Granted, his standard of care is probably higher than yours, as it includes a family jet. Cardone’s multi-family real estate investment portfolio has an estimated value of 350 Million. Obviously, he has reached a level of success most only dream about, and Kelsey dug deep with him in this inspiring and motivational interview.

 

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Apr 29, 2016

If you're an aspiring fitness guru, coach, marketer or online business entrepreneur you will love this episode with Chalene Johnson. Prepare. Yourselves. I sat down and asked Chalene Johnson, the fitness mogul, everything you’ve been dying to know: How did she transition from fitness guru to business guru? She talks a lot about working less and living more these days, but didn’t she work all day everyday when she built her business? What’s her advice to those just starting out?

 

If, like many, you think Johnson is just a Fitness Talking Head, you are mistaken. She started her first business in her teens – flipping state-owned automobiles. I’ll give you a second to imagine Teen Chalene pulling up to the auto shop in a dirty, bright orange beater. After a while the business no longer felt safe – traveling alone with cash to a transaction with a stranger. So she transitioned that business into a service that facilitated a joint location for private buyers and sellers to meet and buy and sell their used cars.

 

“I thought there’s got to be a better way to do this. I realized ‘hey, if I have a problem, I bet other people have this problem. And if I solve this problem, it feels good and I can also make money.’ And so that was my first experience with entrepreneurship.”

 

It was that same knack for problem solving that led to her next business, Powder Blue Productions. Johnson realized fitness instructors’ problem: they were paid peanuts and had to do all the hard work themselves. They needed pre-designed programs, complete with music, choreography and a certification process. So she created one, which grew into a multi-million dollar business, with over 60,000 certified fitness instructors across the globe. That also led to an apparel company and eventually a partnership with Beachbody.

 

But a heart-to-heart with her husband, Brett, made her realize: she was unhappy. The couple sold their businesses and began the digital empire they run now, which includes Smart Success Academy, Marketing Impact Academy, Virtual Business Academy and more. She’s traded thousands of fitness instructors for hundreds of thousands of online students. Join their ranks by learning from her with this video – you’ll be glad you did.

 

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Apr 29, 2016

If you're an aspiring author, speaker, or thinking of starting a non-profit, you'll love this interview with NY Times Bestselling author Bob Goff. Bob Goff is not your average attorney. He prefers hugs over handshakes, never lets a call go to voicemail, and listed his private cell phone number at the end of his NY Times bestselling book, Love Does. He is the founder of Restore International, which has brought over 200 cases to trial, pursuing justice, intervention and education for women and children in Uganda, India and Somalia. His charisma and authenticity – which you’ll appreciate clearly in this interview –  have made him an internationally sought-after speaker, inspiring audiences to get to the ”do” part of life. I had the treat of getting to interview him backstage before one of his keynote presentations, and in my hometown of Oklahoma City too.

 

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Apr 29, 2016

If you’re an aspiring broadcaster or entertainment entrepreneur, or just an Al fan, you will love this one. If you don’t know who Al Roker is, well, that’s weird. The famous weather anchor joined NBC’s Today in 1996, and has been there since. You’ve also seen him on NBC Nightly News, hosting NBC’s Celebrity Family Feud, the Macy’s Day Parade, and in his own show on The Weather Channel, Wake Up With Al.

 

It was fitting that our interview was initially cancelled on account of, you guessed it, the weather. Luckily hurricane Joaquin slowed down enough for America’s favorite weatherman to spare twenty minutes for us. In between weather updates, we sat in his office on the 5th floor of New York City’s iconic 30 Rockefeller Center, and discussed his amazing career.

 

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Apr 29, 2016

If you're an aspiring entrepreneur, marketer, or author you'll love this episode with the master, Seth Godin. I was excited when we arrived in Hastings on Hudson and approached the most modern facade on the street. The revamped apartment building now houses offices, one of which belongs to Seth Godin. I, along with millions of others, have read his work, which includes 18 international bestsellers and his iconic blog, This is Seth’s Blog. He was as cool and friendly as you would hope him to be, offering us our pick of his growing dark chocolate collection. Many writers and entrepreneurs will appreciate that he was wearing “webinar attire” – a shirt and tie with shorts and converse.

 

But as we sat to prepare for the interview Godin explained he doesn’t like to talk about himself because it “doesn’t do much good.” Lucky me… Watch as I rewrite questions on the fly (you can kinda tell) and chat with the master about his success, his advice, and his deep, deep love for cereal..

 

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Apr 29, 2016

If you're an aspiring comedian, writer, actor, speaker or even entrepreneur, you'll really enjoy this hilarious episode. If you’re a fan of comedy, you know Chelsea Peretti. If you’re a fan of the FOX hit, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” you know her as the self-absorbed unfiltered Gina Linetti. But you may not know that before rising to sitcom stardom, Peretti appeared on multiple comedy shows, created her own projects, and was a writer for “Parks and Recreation,” and “Saturday Night Live.” Last year she landed a coveted hour long comedy special on Netflix, One of the Greats, which was met with critical acclaim, and she has been featured on multiple “Comedians to Watch” lists. With such an impressive resume, you might expect some diva airs, but there were none to be found.

 

When we arrived at her dressing room on the historic lot in Studio City, California, the rising Comedy star was grabbing a quick bite to eat. She greeted us casually, grabbed her small shaggy dog and her lunch, and slipped out so we could set up.

 

How did Peretti get here? After all, If the odds of succeeding as a professional comedian are bleak, they are downright abysmal for women in comedy. In the sparse room lined with quirky sweaters and sky high shoes, she answered that and more for us, with the expected hilarious non-answers included.

 

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Apr 29, 2016

If you're an aspiring realtor, designer, host or actor, or if you just love the Property Brothers, you'll really enjoy the advice and insights they share in this episode. In a restaurant near their temporary apartment outside New York City, New York, Drew and Jonathan Scott sat down to discuss their massive success and their advice for aspiring hosts and actors. We had a million technical issues on this shoot, but that didn’t stop the Property Brothers from giving AMAZING content, so bear with our sound and lighting and learn a TON from two of the most successful men in show business.

 

Jonathan and Drew Scott are the charismatic twin brothers who star in HGTV’s hit series Property Brothers, Buying & Selling and Brother Vs. Brother. Along with their winning blend of sibling rivalry and humor, they have a rare knack for finding fixer-uppers and turning them into perfect properties. Jonathan, a renowned designer and licensed contractor, and Drew, a seasoned agent, have bought and renovated real estate for over 15 years. In addition to their on-screen success, Drew and Jonathan founded Scott Brothers Entertainment, which produces engaging content for TV, film and digital platforms. In early 2014 they launched the Scott Living Collection (available to consumers in late 2015), a growing line of indoor and outdoor furniture and décor, combining quality, luxury And affordability. As sports enthusiasts both brothers hold 2nd- degree black belts in karate and have taken part in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Games. They also serve as global ambassadors for World Vision, working to improve child protection domestically and abroad.

 

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