Mitch Matthews | The most important lessons from 150 episodes of DREAM THINK DO


Mitch Matthews | The most important lessons from 150 episodes of DREAM THINK DO

Mitch Matthews looks back over 150 episodes of DREAM THINK DO to dig into some of the most important lessons he’s learned from all the interviews and deep dives from the past (almost THREE) years!  He talks about some of his favorite stories as well as some of the key strategies he’s used to overcome fear, break through obstacles and make dreams happen!

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150 episodes!

In this episode, I start by pointing to some of my recent favorite interviews…


There’s the masked superhero… Mark Henson… who helps YOU figure out YOUR super powers.


There was the episode with Erik Weihnmayer… who summited Everest and kayaked the Grand Canyon… blind!  (His story is jaw-dropping and so inspiring!)


There was the surprise convo with Sports Illustrated’s Don Yeager about making yourself invaluable… by the way of an incredible story of a backup catcher who played for the Chicago Cubs.


I can’t forget my “jam session” with drummer (and marketing exec) Tom Pietras… about reinventing yourself and your career.


Oh… and there was Switchboard CEO Mara Zepeda who surprised me with one of the most unique, powerful and gender specific time management strategies!



I’ve just been SO blessed to have so many great guests like…Tessa Reeves, Tim Sanders, Craig Ballantyne, Perry Marshall, Michael Hyatt, and Russ Matthews!


Plus, I lead up to one of the BIGGEST concepts I’ve come across in my 150 episodes.  It’s something that helped so many people face their fears head on… and beat ’em back with a big stick!  You’ll have to listen to the episode to hear what I’m talking about.


How about YOU?


What’s one of the episodes that stood out to you?  I’d love to hear from YOU.


Leave a comment below and let me know.

1 Comment
  • Jeff Meister
    Posted at 08:19h, 02 November Reply

    Congrats on #150, Mitch… wish I had been listening since the beginning. Love the “secret weapon” idea!

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