In today's podcast, Host Alex Quin Interviews Y100Miami’s radio personality and open-format DJ Frankie P. On air, Frankie is known for his upbeat music and fun interviews. And when he isn't on the air, Frankie is producing and playing in clubs around the city of Miami! In this episode, Frankie dives deep into his story. From his early days in the industry to his current success as a radio personality, Frankie shares the hard lessons and great memories he has made along the way.
Health Is Wealth: Frankie learned the hard way how important it is to take care of his body and mind. When working your way to the top, it can be easy to forget the importance of rest and self-care. Don't let your work ethic be the cost of your health.
Preparation And Opportunity Creates Luck: Frankie's rise to success hasn't been easy. He knows that preparation and commitment are integral components of any great work ethic. Take the time to hone your craft and build your skills; you never know when opportunity will come knocking.
Be Proactive: Frankie emphasizes the importance of taking initiative. He stresses how much can be accomplished through self-directed research and hard work.
00:41: Guest Introduction
02:58: Frankie's Beginnings In Radio
06:15: DJing In Miami
09:26: Prepping Before An Interview
11:25: Advice For Anyone Looking To Get Into The Industry
14:04: Standing Out As A Newcomer
18:16: The Importance Of Leading A Healthy Life While Hustling
20:24: Frankie's Health Scare
25:02: Gigs During The Pandemic
27:11: Marketing For A Clothing Company
31:43: Keeping Busy During The First 6 Months Of The Pandemic
"If you ever stop getting nervous doing something, you probably don't love it as much as you used to." - Frankie.
"People that you work for are watching... and there will one day be an opportunity that's for nobody else but for you because you have all of those skill sets." - Alex on hard work and preparation.
In this podcast episode, Alex Quin hosts Tom Wheelwright, a renowned entrepreneur, CPA, and author of "Tax Free Wealth," on the "Hustle Inspires Hustle" podcast. Alex begins by emphasizing the podcast's focus on entrepreneurship and self-development, highlighting the valuable insights listeners can gain from top entrepreneurs and business leaders. Tom shares his journey from growing up in a Mormon family to becoming a missionary in France, which he credits as the start of his entrepreneurial spirit. He recounts his career progression, including his time at Ernst & Young, running his own CPA firm, and his collaboration with Robert Kiyosaki of "Rich Dad Poor Dad" fame.
On this episode of Hustle Inspires Hustle, Alex Quin interviews Joshua Church, the co-founder of Edge Theory Labs. Joshua explains that cold immersion does not need to be as extreme as people think, and that a temperature of 57°F (14°C) is enough to experience the benefits. He shares his experience of taking ice baths in high school and then in Iceland, and how it has become a popular trend among the general market. Joshua encourages listeners to take small steps and push themselves out of their comfort zone in order to reach their goals.
Alex Quin is a full-stack marketing expert and global keynote speaker. Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of UADV Marketing - a member of the Forbes Agency Council.