Discover Your Own Unique Real Self in 12 Minutes with Engel Jones on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 60

What can you learn about someone in 12 minutes? If you’re Engel Jones, there may be no limit. Engel hosts the Twelve Minute Convos podcast where he’s interviewed close to 2,000 people in less than two years, focusing in on the qualities that define a unique brand for each and every one. In this episode of Hack the Process Engel will tell us about the mastermind network that inspired him to get started with his podcast, explain how he came up with the questions he uses to structure his shows, and describe the logistics of scheduling and recording over 800 interviews in just 12 weeks.

Where to find Engel online:



Your Own Unique Real Self:


Resources Engel mentioned:

Dave Ramsey Show:

Aaron Walker:

View From The Top:

Jim Judge:

Zig Ziglar:

Think and Grow Rich:

Financial Coach Master Training:

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield:



Staying In Control And Figuring Out What You Want With Heather Chauvin on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 48

What does a trained social worker do when she’s faced with handling her own child’s emotional issues? For Heather Chauvin, the answer was to look inside herself so she could model the behavior she wanted, and then share what she learned with the world. Now Heather coaches parents on mindfulness for their children and themselves, and hosts a regular podcast called Mom is in Control to help spread the word. In this episode, Heather will tell us how she built a business while parenting three sons, what she learned from battling and surviving stage four cancer along the way, and she’ll share one very simple technique for deciding what you really want and progressively making that your reality.

Where to find Heather online:

Mom is in Control Podcast:

Heather’s website:

Teach Your Kid to Meditate:


Resources Heather Mentioned:

Sensational Meditation for Children with Sarah Wood:

Bruce Lipton:

The Artist’s Way:



Dr. Shefali:

Daring Greatly by Brene Brown:

Failing Forward:

Side Hustling Like a Pro with Nicaila Matthews on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 46

By day Nicaila Matthews is a social media strategist and Senior Manager for Social Media Marketing at NPR, but in her spare time she runs a podcast called Side Hustle Pro, featuring interviews with successful black women entrepreneurs. In this episode of Hack the Process Nicaila will tell us why she chose to focus her subject matter at the expense of narrowing her audience, what keeps her motivated to continue her side hustle despite her successful professional career, and how her research and launch strategy contributed to her show’s success.

Where to find Nicaila online


Side Hustle Pro podcast:

Podcasting Resources:


Resources Nicaila mentioned





Lisa Price of Carol’s Daughter:


Oprah Winfrey:

“Making Oprah” from NPR:

Muoyo Okome:

Chris Mann of Podshaper:

Impact America Fund:




Angela Parler:

Adriana Nova:

John Lee Dumas:

Pat Flynn:

Mindful Marketing and Coaching with Guy and Ilan Ferdman from Satori Prime on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 44

The problems we face can sometimes show us the path we need to follow. Brothers Guy and Ilan Ferdman learned this early, transforming their personal struggles with depression and financial hardship into a marketing and personal transformation business, Satori Prime, that lets them explore their own educational growth while also helping others. In this episode of Hack the Process Guy and Ilan will tell us why their business model keeps evolving instead of following a fixed pattern, what it feels like to discover abundance by mindfully embracing discomfort and fear, and how they went from doing everything in their business themselves to letting go of the details and trusting the process.

Where to find Guy and Ilan online:

Satori Prime website:

Have It All Podcast:

Satori Prime on Twitter:

Resources mentioned:

Landmark Education:

Wayne Dyer:

Esther Hicks:

Escaping Jail to Find a Career in Podcasts with Nicole Holland on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 37

Knowing what you don’t want is sometimes just as important as knowing what you do want. That was definitely the case for Nicole Holland, who literally escaped from jail by quitting her job as a correctional officer to discover a more fulfilling way to make a living. Now Nicole hosts online summits about how to build a business, and helps experts learn how to present themselves effectively on podcasts. In this episode, Nicole will discuss some of the possible paths she pursued and abandoned along the way to her current career, tell us what qualities she thinks make podcasts unique in the media landscape, and explain why the process of writing things down on paper is valuable regardless of whether you ever refer to those notes later.

Where to find Nicole Online:

Interviews That Convert (special offer):

Building Business Rockstars:



Resources Nicole mentioned:

John Lee Dumas:

MTV’s The Real World:

Guerrilla Marketing by Jay Conrad Levinson:

Marisa Murgatroyd:

Superhero Summit:

Michelle Schubnel:

Process Street:



Nicole Culver:


Dorie Clark:

Lou Bortone:

The Mastery Journal by John Lee Dumas:

Acuity Scheduling: