This week on the Exploring the Mind! podcast, Michael Lovitch interviews the David A. Kekich (view bio) of the Maximum Life Foundation.
Mr. Kekich founded the country’s largest life insurance master general agency, co-founded a major financial services company and arranged venture capital funding for private companies. He is a recognized expert on private investing and authored the venture capital handbook “How the Rich Get Richer with Quiet Private Investments”.
Mr. Kekich founded both public and private companies, was engaged as a consultant and served as director to numerous private and public corporations. He also sold and developed real estate. In 1999, Mr. Kekich founded the “Maximum Life Foundation”, a 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to curing aging related diseases.
This week on the Exploring the Mind! podcast, Michael Lovitch interviews the amazing Paul Hannam (view bio) to talk about Personal Change, Leadership, The Green Movement and how it relates to movie Groundhog Day!
Paul is founder and Chairman of several successful businesses in recruitment, training, consultancy and marketing. The first business he set up in 1988 grew rapidly to achieve annual revenue of over $50 million in 2000. In early 2007 Paul co-founded Bright Green Talent with Tom Savage with the mission of recruiting the brightest and the best talent in the world to work for organizations that are committed to sustainability and corporate social responsibility.
Paul taught at Oxford University Environmental Change Institute and was an Adjunct Fellow of Linacre College from 2002 to 2005. Even more interesting, Paul wrote the book, “The Magic of Groundhog Day” which is one of the best books on personal change ever written.
What You Will Learn From This Podcast
Here are some of the things talked about on the podcast.
- The Five Stages of Personal Growth
- The Elusively Obvious Technique for Staying Present
- How the Green Movement and Personal Growth Go Hand in Hand
- Why the Movie, Groundhog Day, is So Much More Than Just Another Movie