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    • Unconventional Paths to EntrepreneurshipSuccess in entrepreneurship is not limited to those who follow traditional routes, but is attainable for anyone with determination and a clear vision.

      Entrepreneurship can come from unexpected backgrounds and paths. Mike Brown, the guest on the podcast, did not follow the traditional route of obtaining an MBA or climbing the corporate ladder. Instead, he pursued his passion for the navy and entrepreneurship from a young age. He recognized the importance of serving his country, but also knew that he wanted to start his own company. This demonstrates that anyone with determination and a clear vision can become a successful entrepreneur. It's not about conforming to societal norms or following a predetermined path, but about following your passions and creating opportunities for yourself. Inspiration and success can come from the most unlikely places.

    • From Naval Officer to Entrepreneur: Seizing Opportunities and Taking RisksEmbrace unexpected detours in your career path and learn from seasoned professionals before venturing out on your own; they can lead to unexpected success and personal fulfillment.

      Mike Brown's journey from being a naval flight officer to starting his own company highlights the importance of seizing opportunities and taking risks. Despite having a successful career in the military, Mike and his friend recognized their synergy and potential to create something bigger. They planted the seed of starting a company while still on active duty and acted upon it years later. Before jumping straight into entrepreneurship, Mike worked for a mentor in the oil business, gaining invaluable knowledge and experience. This highlights the value of learning from seasoned professionals before venturing out on our own. Ultimately, Mike's story teaches us that sometimes, unexpected detours in our career paths can lead us to unexpected success and personal fulfillment.

    • Private Mineral Ownership: A Source of Wealth Creation and Innovation in the USPrivate mineral ownership in the US has led to wealth creation and innovation by incentivizing favorable deals with oil companies and utilizing advanced drilling techniques, despite the complexities of land ownership.

      Private mineral ownership in the US has been a tremendous source of wealth creation. The private sector, in comparison to the government, has shown to be more effective in allocating resources. Private mineral owners have the incentive to make favorable deals with oil companies, fostering innovation and driving energy production. The complexity of land ownership arises from the properties getting divided and passed down through generations. Companies like Mike Brown's focus on specific areas with proven oil reserves, utilizing advanced drilling techniques to unlock massive deposits. This focus on niche properties has led to successful investments and the creation of a valuable portfolio over time. Despite the risks and sleepless nights, Mike Brown's company was able to bootstrap and self-fund their operations by leveraging other people's money through property flipping.

    • Building a Successful Company with Family and Focusing on Asymmetric ReturnsHiring family members can be a successful business decision if their well-being is prioritized, and success can be achieved by focusing on deals with high potential upside.

      Mike Brown and his business partner were able to build a successful company with just the two of them. They reached 7 figures in revenue and eventually hired 5 employees at their peak. Despite the common advice of not doing business with friends and family, Mike decided to hire his brothers and found it to be one of the best decisions of his life. He believes that as long as you have their best interest at heart and prioritize their well-being over personal gain, doing business with family can work out well. Additionally, Mike emphasizes the importance of focusing on asymmetric returns and working smart rather than just working hard. By finding deals with high potential upside, they were able to achieve success in their industry.

    • Focusing on the right deals for high rewards with minimal risk.Prioritize asymmetric risk and reward, identify important metrics, establish consistency and discipline, and provide win-win opportunities for landowners.

      In order to achieve a high reward with minimal risk, it is crucial to focus on finding the right deals rather than simply working harder or putting in more time. This means prioritizing asymmetric risk and reward, aiming to have a small amount of risk with the potential for a large upside. The key is to identify the metrics that matter, establish consistency and discipline as investors, and be patient when waiting for the best deals to come along. Additionally, by providing opportunities for individual landowners to sell their properties to funds, it creates a win-win situation where they can mitigate concentrated risk and gain more predictability in their financial outcomes.

    • Lessons from Real Estate Deals: Success and SetbacksRisk management and backup plans are crucial in real estate deals. Establishing procedures and safeguards can prevent mishaps. Financial success should align with desired quality of life, not just unlimited growth.

      In real estate deals, both the best and worst outcomes can occur. Mike Brown shared his experience of a highly successful deal where they extracted significant value from a property they sold, thanks to the immediate drilling of new wells. On the other hand, their worst deal involved losing the deed to a seven-figure property they had purchased with the bank's money. Fortunately, they were able to salvage the situation and not lose their money. This teaches us the importance of risk management and always having a backup plan. It also reminds us of the need to establish procedures and safeguards to prevent such mishaps in the future. Ultimately, the key takeaway is that financial success should align with one's desired quality of life, rather than obsessively chasing unlimited growth for its own sake.

    • Prioritizing happiness and finding balance in life Key takeaway: Focusing on what brings true happiness and surrounding oneself with a supportive community can lead to a more fulfilling and satisfying life.Subtitle: Prioritizing happiness and finding balance in life  Focusing on what brings true happiness and surrounding oneself with a supportive community can lead to a more fulfilling and satisfying life.

      Prioritizing quality of life and happiness over money and success can lead to a more fulfilling and satisfying life. This is highlighted by the example of Shaan Puri's brother-in-law and sister, who own preschools and have a good income but prioritize spending time with family and engaging in activities they enjoy, such as working out and practicing martial arts. They have found balance and contentment in their lives by focusing on what truly brings them happiness. Additionally, the military's principle of "intense positive peer pressure" teaches us the importance of surrounding ourselves with a supportive and encouraging community that pushes us to perform at our best and avoid letting ourselves and others down.

    • The Importance of Accountability and Attention to Detail in Military and Business EnvironmentsFoster a culture of accountability, continuous learning, and performance-based rewards to drive motivation and success in both military and business settings.

      Accountability and attention to detail are crucial in both the military and business environments. The navy's strict emphasis on following procedures and understanding the reasons behind them highlights the importance of knowing the "why" and not just blindly enforcing rules. Additionally, creating a positive and supportive culture where mistakes are seen as opportunities to learn and improve is essential. Rather than punishing individuals for errors, it is more effective to provide guidance and help them grow. Furthermore, rewarding and prioritizing performance in a business setting can drive motivation and success, contrary to the military's focus on time and rank. Overall, the key takeaway is to foster a culture of accountability, continuous learning, and performance-based rewards for optimal results.

    • Rethinking Employee Rewards and Recognizing Performance in the Business WorldRewarding employees based on performance and merit, rather than just tenure, can retain high performers and enhance productivity through a cultural shift towards valuing talent and prioritizing work-life balance and self-care.

      In the business world, it's important to reward employees based on their performance and merit rather than just tenure. While some industries, like the military or academia, rely heavily on time to determine rank, businesses should prioritize recognizing and rewarding individuals for doing the right things and achieving results. Unfortunately, many companies tend to reward mediocre performers and lose their high performers who leave to start their own ventures. This highlights the need for a cultural shift towards valuing and retaining the most talented individuals. Additionally, maintaining a healthy work-life balance and prioritizing self-care can greatly enhance productivity, as studies suggest that people have limited optimal work hours each day. By taking breaks, exercising, and practicing mindfulness, employees can maximize their focus and achieve greater results in a shorter amount of time.

    • Approaching Work with the Mindset of a Cow or a LionBalancing routine and strategy in work, celebrating achievements, and participating in curated groups or events can lead to effective personal and professional growth.

      There are two ways to approach work: like a cow or like a lion. Working like a cow means following a steady routine, putting in the hours every day, and not questioning it. On the other hand, working like a lion means being observant and strategic, waiting for high-impact opportunities and then sprinting to catch them. This alternating between sprinting and resting can be effective for creative and business individuals. Additionally, it is important to take the time to celebrate wins and appreciate what has been achieved. This gratitude and reflection recharge us and allow us to approach the next endeavor intentionally. Furthermore, participating in curated groups or events can be highly beneficial for personal and professional growth, offering learning opportunities and connections with like-minded individuals.

    • The Benefits of Joining Entrepreneurial CommunitiesJoining entrepreneurial communities provides knowledge, support, and connections, accelerating the path to success while also enhancing overall quality of life.

      Joining entrepreneurial communities can provide not just practical knowledge and ideas, but also a supportive tribe of like-minded individuals. Entrepreneurship can be lonely, as it requires thinking differently from the majority. By connecting with others who have broken the traditional playbook and started their own ventures, entrepreneurs can find catharsis and a sense of belonging. Additionally, being part of an entrepreneurial organization allows individuals to build a network of experts in various business areas, accelerating their path to success. While some of these communities may come with a significant price tag, viewing money as a tool to improve life rather than a scarce resource can shift perspectives and prioritize investing in experiences and connections that enhance overall quality of life.

    • Mike Brown's Journey from Privilege and Success to Purposeful ImpactThe story of Mike Brown teaches us to appreciate our blessings, use our success to make a difference, and inspire meaningful change in the lives of those around us.

      Mike Brown appreciates the incredible life he has created for himself and acknowledges the privilege and risks that brought him here. He recognizes that he is living at the pinnacle of human flourishing, free from the daily grind and stress. Instead of simply enjoying his own success, he is driven to create better outcomes for more people. Mike is now focused on leveraging his success to invest in mission-driven and purpose-driven companies. He prefers to keep a low profile on social media but can be found on LinkedIn or reached via email. Overall, Mike's story reminds us to be grateful for our opportunities and strive to make a positive impact on the lives of others.

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    Valerie Alexander is on a mission to inspire happy workplace cultures, illuminate unconscious bias and advance women in business. A tech CEO, bestselling author, Hollywood screenwriter and TedX speaker, Valerie is a nationally recognized voice on how to profit from happiness. She shares practical tips on management and productivity, plus some brain science on the differences between men and women.

    12 Ways to stay mentally strong

    12 Ways to stay mentally strong

    The Unstoppable Pursuit Podcast was a product of two driven individuals who are both certified in coaching, consulting and wellness seeking to add value from their experiences in business, life and health.

     Michael Stull is a wellness consultant, health coach and author. He was voted “Top 3 Personal Trainers in SW FLA” and is the author of  “Dominate Your Day: 365 Daily Motivationals for Your Health and Inspiration.”

     Brian Benson is a certified life coach, consultant and speaker. He is a master connector, student of leadership and has been interviewing entrepreneurs, CEO’s, athletes and other successful people for the past few years.

    Mike and Brian talk about topics and bring out inspiration, growth, coaching, entrepreneurship, meditation, happiness, simple, character, personal development, self-improvement, athlete stories, calm, relax, mental, benefits, collaboration, partnering, Business, mastermind, books, value, leadership, mentorship, empowerment, culture, mission statements, core values, branding, marketing, goals, goal setting, motivation, adversity, powerful, networking, money, power, fame

    This episode is focused on how to stay incredibly mentally strong. Mental toughness is overrated. You have to stat mentally tough when doing anything in life. It's VERY important in the world of entrepreneurship! 

    405 MINISODE Know Your Value: Entrepreneur Valerie Alexander on Unconscious Bias and How Women Can Help Other Women

    405 MINISODE Know Your Value: Entrepreneur Valerie Alexander on Unconscious Bias and How Women Can Help Other Women

    Valerie Alexander is on a mission to advance women in business by illuminating unconscious bias. A tech CEO, bestselling author of How Women Can Succeed in the Workplace (Despite Having “Female Brains”), Hollywood screenwriter and TedX speaker, Valerie is shares practical tips on how women can avoid negotiating against themselves and pitch with confidence.

    Follow healthy guidelines daily

    Follow healthy guidelines daily

    The Unstoppable Pursuit Podcast was a product of two driven individuals who are both certified in coaching, consulting and wellness seeking to add value from their experiences in business, life and health.

     Michael Stull is a wellness consultant, health coach and author. He was voted “Top 3 Personal Trainers in SW FLA” and is the author of  “Dominate Your Day: 365 Daily Motivationals for Your Health and Inspiration.”

     Brian Benson is a certified life coach, consultant and speaker. He is a master connector, student of leadership and has been interviewing entrepreneurs, CEO’s, athletes and other successful people for the past few years.

    Mike and Brian talk about topics and bring out inspiration, growth, coaching, entrepreneurship, meditation, happiness, simple, character, personal development, self-improvement, athlete stories, calm, relax, mental, benefits, collaboration, partnering, Business, mastermind, books, value, leadership, mentorship, empowerment, culture, mission statements, core values, branding, marketing, goals, goal setting, motivation, adversity, powerful, networking, money, power, fame

    This episode is focused more on the health side of things. You have to follow healthy guidelines daily. This comes from John C. Maxwell. Mike and Brian add personal stories and what they do on a daily basis to stay happy and healthy.