Episode 71: Jesse Itzler – Co-founder of Marquis Jet, Founder of The 100 Mile Group & Minority-Owner of the Atlanta Hawks
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Jesse Itzler is the Co-founder of Marquis Jet, Founder of The 100 Mile Group & Minority-Owner of the Atlanta Hawks. Jesse’s here to challenge the conventional wisdom of what it takes to be spontaneous. Surprisingly? Routine. 24-hour running marathons, buying an RV on a whim, climbing to the top of Mt. Washington at 50, the concept of never saying no… Jesse plans his life guaranteeing an adventure instead of just waiting for one to happen. If you’ve been stuck in a rut- in need of something new, or just don’t know how to find time for yourself, this guy’s got 30 years of picking up skill after skill after skill to wake you up and get you motivated for a life of doing what you want to do. Better have a planner handy. A couple of simple scheduling tricks, and see just how wild your life could get.

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