The HERO Show Podcast

Changing The Narritive

We Tell The Stories of CEOs & Founders As If They Were Comic Book Super Heros

Hi, I'm Richard Matthews, Host of the HERO Show. Join us as we work to shift the silly cultural narrative that entrepreneurs are villains, and are instead HEROpreneurs working to better our world.

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The HERO Show Episode 217 by Richard Matthews featuring Aaron Rubin - Helping People Maximize Wealth Opportunities [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 217 – Aaron Rubin

What we’re really trying to fight for is for an individual to keep more of their own wealth so that they can make the world a better place however they see fit.

— Aaron Rubin

Episode 216 – Chris Pistorius

“My superpower is the ability to connect consumers with dentists. I have a really good knack for understanding who the client specifically wants to market to. We have a good track record of coming up with profiles and then putting our client’s messages in front of those demographics. That makes a productive, efficient, and profitable happy type of marketing.”

— Chris Pistorius

The HERO Show Episode 215 by Richard Matthews featuring Tom Kulzer - Connecting People Around the World in Remarkable Ways [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 215 – Tom Kulzer

“My superpower is I’m exceedingly detail-oriented. I leave very little room to open interpretation when I talk about things, but I see the connections and interactions between disparate systems ,and I’m able to tie those pieces together in ways that a lot of people can’t. I like to say I’m not good at any one thing, but I’m pretty good at a whole lot of different things.”

—Tom Kulzer

The HERO Show Episode 214 by Richard Matthews featuring Sean Campbell - Delivering Market Data, Clarity & Truth [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 214 – Sean Campbell

“The way I think of our clients is, they’re going to struggle when we give them the truth or we deliver that bad news, but if they’re good people, which most of them are, they would want to see change.”

— Sean Campbell

The HERO Show Episode 213 by Richard Matthews featuring Sid Garza-Hillman - Achieving Long-Lasting Improvements to Your Health & Happiness [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 213 – Sid Garza-Hillman

“I’m fighting to help people to achieve real substantial health and happiness, not a magazine, quick fix stuff. That’s my goal and when I say true health and happiness, it involves being strong in our minds and bodies.”

— Sid Garza-Hillman

The HERO Show Episode 212 by Richard Matthews featuring Amy Anderson - Creating a Value-Based Growth for Businesses [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 212 – Amy Anderson

“When you build it, they do not just come. We started this business a long time ago and it’s still happening. They won’t just come. You can’t build a large eCommerce site and invest $500,000 in products and think it’s going to sell because you’re there. There’s so much out there you have to break through and it has to be budget + creative + product.”

— Amy Anderson

The HERO Show Episode 211 by Richard Matthews featuring Alejandro Szita - Achieving Financial Objective Through Mortgage [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 211 – Alejandro Szita

“My strength is when people call me, I never ask them about their credit score. I don’t ask them questions related to numbers. I ask them about what they want because when I start asking about the formulas, I’m never gonna get anywhere. And probably that person is never going to qualify. So my ability is to extrapolate myself from all of the intricacies, not look at all of the specifics just to have the macro view.”

—Alejandro Szita

The HERO Show Episode 210 by Richard Matthews featuring Kurt Uhlir - Helping Companies Go Through The Hyper-Growth Phase [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 210 – Kurt Uhlir

“For the most part, my superpower has been finding and cultivating ideas from people you are least likely to expect. We started 25 internal companies within that company, and about half of those ideas did not come from our product teams or our innovation team. They came from somebody like our front desk office manager that had an idea and just cultivate and pull that idea cause they have a different approach to looking at things.”

—Kurt Uhlir

The HERO Show Episode 209 by Richard Matthews featuring Howie Zales - Delivering a Sleek Broadcast from Anywhere Across the World [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 209 – Howie Zales

“My superpower for both businesses would be surrounding myself with people that are smarter than I am. Because if I’m the smartest person in the room, then we have a big problem.”

— Howie Zales

The HERO Show Episode 208 by Richard Matthews featuring Rod Khleif - Fulfilling Your Outmost Potential by Taking ACTION [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 208 – Rod Khleif

“I was successful, but I was unfulfilled. Tony Robbins calls it the science of achievement versus the art of fulfillment. Taking action is science and since fulfillment is an art, you’ve got to find out what juices you. Maybe it’s children, the elderly, animals, or the environment, whatever it is, bring that into your life right now and give back in some way. Don’t say I’ll do it when I have money. No, you can always give your time. And you’ll see, whatever you give, you’ll be given back tenfold.”

— Rod Khleif

The HERO Show Episode 207 by Richard Matthews featuring Josh Arcemont - Changing The World Through Martial Arts [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 207 – Josh Arcemont

“Martial arts is like a superpower, if you put it in the hands of the right person, they can do good with it. But if it’s put in the hands of someone who has a bad heart or bad intentions, they can harm people with it. We want our school to be a hero factory, where once our students graduate, they go out into the world ready to inspire and empower people.”

— Josh Arcemont

The HERO Show Episode 206 by Richard Matthews featuring Jackson Millan - Changing The Landscape of Financial Education for Entrepreneurs [Cover Art 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels PNG]

Episode 206 – Jackson Millan

“Business owners have the ability to create jobs, create impact, create freedom, and create opportunity. But when they don’t understand the language of money, the costs that they are losing due to not capitalizing on great opportunities are far too significant to leave unresolved. This is the reason why it’s my mission is to change the way business owners globally understand how to use their business as a vehicle to create freedom for themselves and all of the people around them.”

— Jackson Millan