All in Business

Leigh Holt

Her job is to connect artists with audiences and audiences with artists…and Leigh Holt has done it incredibly well. Just ask Oprah and Lauren Daigle and more than a handful of others so powerful she can’t publicly talk about them. But beneath Leigh’s breathtaking success lies an ever-present fear of failure.

Glenn Livingston

Coming from a family of 17 psychotherapists—and with the last name Livingston—there was no question that Glenn Livingston would be a doctor. And while the weight of his highly-stressful career, painful divorce and near bankruptcy could have easily done him in, it was Glenn’s battle with his actual weight that nearly did it instead.

Scott Weiss

Spending years in a corner office helping turn large companies around, Scott Weiss knows how to make tough decisions and, ultimately, make huge profits. But what he didn’t know—at least not at first—was that when you’re leading some of the world’s largest companies, it’s difficult to effectively lead your own family.

John Lee Dumas

At 32 years old, John Lee Dumas took a risk. A big one. He quit a career in commercial real estate to start a podcast. He had no idea how he would find an audience and, once he did, he had no idea how he would make money from them. Seven years and $15 million dollars in revenue later, it’s safe to say he figured it out.

Riana Lynn

From a childhood on food stamps to an adulthood in food tech, Riana Lynn is changing the cost of, content in, and access to healthy snacks. And while her biology degree and entrepreneurial spirit paved the way for her success, Riana found extra inspiration working as a black woman inside the White House.

Kirk Perry

Months after making the toughest decision of his life, Kirk found himself fighting for his life. His choice to leave the comfort and security (and eventual CEO-role) with a Fortune 50 company was difficult, but it paled in comparison to learning that he had stage 4 cancer.

Bridget Lyons

As a successful entrepreneur, an accomplished singer-songwriter, and impressive selfie-taker, Bridget Lyons is equal parts smart, talented, and beautiful. She truly has it all. But what her thriving businesses, sold-out shows, and portfolio-like Instagram feed don’t show you is that, as a teenager, Bridget lost it all too.

Suze Orman

She has twice been named one of the 100 most influential people in the world, yet Suze never would have guessed that kind of recognition was on the way when she was living in a van. Or making $400 a month as a waitress. But 15 seconds changed the entire trajectory of her career.

Tim Sinclair

As a pastor’s kid turned public figure, it became easy for Tim to compartmentalize his life and show others only what he thought they wanted or needed to see. That strategy eventually filtered into his personal relationships and multiple (yes, multiple) marriages. His voice was heard by millions, but his heart was known by no one.