Alden Interviews Paul Napper

In this episode we have the author of The Power of Agency, Dr. Paul Napper. We explore ways to make better decisions. We discuss why people make poor decisions and how to avoid them. 

If you want to make better decisions to improve your life, this is the episode for you!  

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The Magic Formula for Success

In this first edition of The Alden Report in 2019 Michael Alden has world renown magician Bill Blagg on the podcast. In the episode Bill pulls the curtain back from the world of magic and he gives the listeners the secret and magical formula of what it takes to be successful in any aspect of your life. If you are looking to magically change your life this is an episode you can’t afford to miss.

Alden Interviews Tanya Hall

Tanya Hall, CEO of Greenleaf Book Group, joins Alden in this week’s episode. Hall began her career in digital media and television as a producer for Extra! and E! Entertainment Television. After joining Greenleaf Book Group in 2004, Hall has helped build the sales and distribution channels, and now leads the path for innovation at the company. Greenleaf, under Hall’s direction, has morphed into a hybrid publisher, growing in response to author needs as a full-service publishing house and distribution service with integrated author branding. In her new book Ideas, Influence, and Income, Hall offers readers a comprehensive guide to writing, publishing, launching their own book, and monetizing content.

Alden Interviews Mindy Ngo

Mindy Ngo, CMO and Founder at The LendingCoin, a real estate investment opportunity created on the Blockchain. Ngo has a comprehensive background in developing cryptocurrency mining farms, commercial real estate, and tech-focused companies and plays an integral role in the leadership and marketing of The LendingCoin

Alden Interviews Jason Ellis

Joining Michael Alden is Jason Ellis, host of The Jason Ellis Show on Sirius XM Radio. He is also a professional skateboarder, mixed martial arts fighter, truck racer, boxer, rock singer, actor, and author. Ellis’ success has been earned through years of hard work and persistence. By challenging his body and “changing his DNA” he became the 3rd ranked skateboarder in the world for a time. Approaching radio with the same focus, Ellis threw himself obsessively into becoming one of the best radio hosts. Over time, his persistence paid off. The recurring theme for all of his endeavors is a willingness to work consistently hard towards a goal without fear of failure. 

Alden Interviews Jason Hyland

Jason Hyland (@jasonrhyland), author of Stop Thinking Like That, releasing June 1st, discovered his passion of helping others afters experiencing addictions that derailed his dream of playing in the MLB. Reflection during a span in a detox facility revealed an awakening purpose through learning and writing. He hopes that by sharing his story and finding ways to inspire others through coaching that they too can begin to climb above whatever may be holding them down.

The Struggle

Today, I’m going to talk about something that in business, people often shy away from for fear of being perceived as weak. We all have to deal with “the struggle”. What I have realized is that the struggle is constant, ever evolving; the thing that makes you successful is how you adapt to that struggle, recognize it and accept that you are going to experience setbacks. If you’re listening now, reflect on the things in your life that are challenging you and make an action plan to turn your situation into a ‘Win’.

Alden Interviews Ronnie Moas

Ronnie Moas is a top-ranking stock picker who started Standpoint Research after spending 5 years developing his 155-variable computer model. Recently, Moas has become a trusted analyst in the cryptocurrency space, particularly regarding his price predictions and valuations. As a result, Standpoint Research is now widely regarded as one of the top cryptocurrency and equity research firms. Moas also endeavors to focus his time, efforts, and resources on giving back, as he runs a humanitarian and activist website, and has been an advocate for Food for the Poor.

Alden Interviews Chris DeRose

In this episode, Alden welcome’s Chris DeRose to the Alden Report. Chris is software developer, podcaster and journalist who found his niche in cryptocurrency at the early stages of this new technology. DeRose also leads a community meetup giving the opportunity for bitcoin enthusiasts to network and learn more about the ever-growing world of cryptocurrency.

Alden Interviews Richard Jacobs

You may recognize  Richard Jacobs from his FutureTech Podcast with over 400 interviews of companies in blockchain, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, and the stem cell regenerative medicine industries, or the FutureTech Expo which brings together over 2000 attendees and over 100 Blockchain Industry Insiders and Speakers. He is also author of Bitcoin, Ethereum & Blockchain: Lessons From 200+ Interviews of Blockchain Companies . As the Founder and President of Speakeasy Marketing he has lead this firm to assists attorneys and small law firms optimize and attract prospective clients. More recently, he has helped to create Blockchain Edge, a blockchain-focused consulting firm.

Alden Interviews Sam Wouters

In this episode Alden interviews blockchain and cryptocurrency expert Sam Wouters. Sam is a Blockchain consultant at Duval Union Consulting, an international consulting firm that services clients across Europe and the Middle East and helps them become ‘Future-proof’. As an international Blockchain speaker, Sam helps people understand why Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies & Blockchains exist, how they work and what you can do with them. Both in a business and individual context.

Sam has been reading and learning about Bitcoin & Blockchain for years. He believes they have the potential to make the world a better place and wants to share his knowledge to help others understand these complex topics in simple terms.

Alden Interviews Marcus Aurelius Anderson

In this episode Alden digs in with the inspirational Marcus Aurelius Anderson, author of The Gift of Adversity: Overcoming Paralysis and Pain to Find Purpose.

While preparing to deploy with the U.S. Army, Marcus suffered a severe spinal injury that left him paralyzed from the neck down. His life was turned upside down, and after dying twice on the operating table, he was told he would never be able to walk or use his hands again. Days quickly turned into months, and he was forced into life changing soul searching. He discovered he was left with two choices, he could either be a victim, or he change his mindset. Having no other option, he began looking for any lessons to be learned from his injury, and soon discovered that his Adversity was a gift. He now speaks, teaches, and writes to inspire others to actualize their full potential and achieve their goals and aspirations.

Alden Interviews Samantha Radocchia

Alden is joined by Samantha Radocchia, who is regarded as a thought leader in the blockchain sector. Radocchia currently serves as the Co-Founder and CMO at Chronicled, which leverages blockchain technologies. She has also co-founded, which is a global blockchain based value network of enterprises. Samantha was recently named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, in recognition of her entrepreneurial impact.

Alden Interviews Steve Netzley

In this episode, Alden is joined by Steve Netzley, CEO of Havas Edge, a leading full-service performance marketing agency that specializes in digital, broadcast and media domains. Steve is a frequent speaker at Direct Marketing Association and Electronic Retailing Association events. In 2006, he was honored as Havas Worldwide’s “Global Person of the Year.”