#17: The Guy Making the EpiPen Affordable Again — Blake Anderson

The Epipen is back in the news, but for all the wrong reasons. This week, only a few short months since the consumer and congressional outrage over a 500% price increase on Mylan’s EpiPen, Pharmaceutical company Kaleo released their answer to the anti-allergy giant in the form of Auvi-Q. Touted as an affordable alternative, the product was originally released in…

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My Top 5 Episodes from 2016

The Stories You Loved This Year   As I look forward to the untold treasures another trip around the sun will bring, I like to reflect on the last 12 months—my successes, my failures, my moments of joy, and times of despair. I like to look at the goals I set for myself last year and assess…

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#16: 6 Reasons Evernote is Your New Favorite App

Organizing our thoughts and priorities has likely been around since we began having thoughts and prioritizing them. For the bulk of those years, the primary tools were pen and pad. But, over the last 15 years, the public has become increasingly reliant on digital means to organize their personal and professional lives. (I can’t fathom how I…

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#15: John Azar: Private Equity Commercial Real Estate Investor

This week I sat down with John Azar of MACC Venture Partners, a private equity commercial real estate firm in Gastonia, North Carolina. John has a compelling story and it was a privilege to have him in the studio this week. If you’re enjoying the podcast, please take a moment to hit that subscribe button and…

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#14: Vic The Chili Man

This week I sat down with one of my favorite chefs and the owner of Charlotte’s #1 rated restaurant on YELP, Vic “The Chili Man” Werany. He’s a man that marches to the beat of his own drum, consistently finds the funny in every situation, and is truly one of my all-around favorite humans. You may…

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#13: Annemarie Pantazis: I Did It My Way

This week I sat down with Charlotte’s own Annemarie Pantazis. This interview is particularly special to me, not only because Annemarie has been a great friend and mentor to me, but because she is the perfect example of someone that made the difficult decisions everyday to put their future self first. Long before she was an acclaimed workers’…

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#12: The Blueprint for Getting High-Value Mentors

Behind every successful businessperson or entrepreneur you’re all but guaranteed to find a laundry list of high-value mentors that supported them on their journey. By now it’s common knowledge that mentors are one of the fundamental building blocks of success, so why aren’t we making the acquisition of mentors a priority? This week we’re going…

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#11: Letter From My Future Self

Hi, Future Self Friends! Thanks for following us to our new home here at RobertIngalls.com! We’re still working hard behind the scenes to create the best website experience possible for you, so expect some significant functional and aesthetic updates in the coming weeks. However, none of that is going to stop us from pumping out fresh and valuable episodes…

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#10: It’s Podcast Moving Day!

It was a short week and it’s going to be a short episode. We do have a big announcement this week though! Beginning next Friday, September 16, 2016, the Future Self Podcast will be permanently relocating to a new home. Initially my goal for this show was to create a resource for clients to find clear…

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#9: 10 Tips Networking Ninjas Know

It’s no secret that having a large social group, or network, is a valuable resource. So, why are so few people actively engaged in building their network?  In this post I’m going to answer that question and give you strategies to start expanding your own network today. Can you answer YES to any of these questions?…

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