Rich Franklin, a native of Ohio, is a three time UFC middleweight champion, with a masters degree in education, Rich has dedicated his life to living a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Franklin is dedicated to keeping his body in its prime state with the right mix of exercise and proper nutrition for a successful fight and a successful life. He was recently named ambassador for Mixed Martial Arts by UFC due to his education and articulate nature. Rich is also co-owner of the American Fighter Apparel brand and author of “The Idiots Guide to Ultimate Fighting”. His most recent business venture goes back to his passion for health; a juice bar is in works that will be located in Beverly Hills, California. Our next guest, Ted Brunson has been working in television for the past twenty years as an On-Air Personality, Host, Reporter and Producer. His most recent series was “Chicago’s Best” on WGN-TV, where he was Host and Co-Producer. In 2011, Brunson received a Midwest Emmy for “Outstanding Performance of Host” and the show also received an Emmy in it’s category. Ted is now host of Burnson’s Best for more information visit Ted Brunson
A co-founder of Engage:BDR, Ted Dhanik serves as President & CEO overseeing strategic marketing, sales & business development, client relationship management, & content acquisition. Engage:BDR is a top-tier online display, video & mobile advertising network & technology provider. They are also a private incubator of numerous companies having a direct synergy to their core business.
Trevor Blake Three Simple Steps is a highly successful serial entrepreneur who started his 1st company with a few thousand dollars & sold it for more than $100 million. He shows others how to succeed at anything using a 3-step strategy he developed that’s backed by his business experiences & the latest findings in neuroscience, which he shares in his new book, Three Simple Steps: A Map to Success in Business and Life. Blake has donated more than 8,000 copies of the book to US libraries, & all profits go to cancer treatment research and development. His book is number 5 on the New York Times bestseller list.