This is the 50th episode of the RUN GPG Podcast. So, host David Morrell decided to make the episode extra special by bringing in a special guest co-host to discuss some highlights from previous episodes. Over the last couple of years, RUN GPG has brought in some of the most influential people in the world of entrepreneurship, business, personal development, arts, and real estate. It was a learning experience and a lot of fun picking the brains of some of the most successful individuals in their respective fields. For the special episode, David invited a former guest to co-host: self-made entrepreneur Brad Lea, who is the founder, chairman and CEO of LightSpeed VT, the world’s only interactive knowledge commerce platform. Brad also hosts his own podcast, Dropping Bombs. Incidentally, Brad also dropped bombs during the podcast with his honest take on some of the highlights from our previous episodes. In this podcast, we give you some of the best soundbytes from our featured industry heavyweights. Among them are sales and marketing expert Ryan Stewman, businessman and writer Grant Cardone, entrepreneur and sales expert Weldon Long, and world-renowned body language expert Janine Driver. David and Brad also comment on some of the things shared on the podcast by actress Elena Lyons (also Cardone’s wife), YouTuber and entrepreneur Andy Frisella, internet marketer Billy Gene, former crime boss turned motivational speaker Michael Franzese, negotiation expert Chris Voss, and real estate broker Ryan Serhant. During the podcast, we also launched our new RUN GPG introduction created by rapper and producer Apathy, also a former guest. Here are some of the topics David and Brad discussed during our milestone episode: A look back to an episode with Brad Lea saying: “If you want to change what you’re getting, you have to change what you’re doing. And if you want to change what you’re doing, you have to change what you believe because what you believe determines how you behave and what you do.” Ryan Stewman talks about the “death of the real estate agent.” The “stupidity” of the four-hour work week. The pandemic and the demand for AI (artificial intelligence). Weldon Long on clarity: “You need to get ultimate clarity, like ridiculous clarity, on what you want in three areas of your life--money, relationships, and health.” Janine Driver talks about the value of words and how smaller words could make you more influential because people will easily remember. Andy Frisella talking about the customer: “Customer satisfaction is doing the bare minimum to not have that customer be mad. Customer loyalty is exceeding it so much that they’ll never shop anywhere else.” Billy Gene on the unique selling proposition: Is it really unique? Chris Voss on negotiating up to seven times a day. Ryan Serhant on setting realistic goals. David Morrell and Brad Lea discuss branding and selling - are they the same thing? The RUN GPG Podcast looks forward to another 50 more episodes with impressive guests. Join us again next week for another educational and entertainment podcast. Subscribe & Review To The RUN GPG Podcast Thanks for tuning in to this week’s episode of the RUN GPG Podcast! Please leave us a review on iTunes. This will help us continue delivering beneficial content for you and our listeners each week!