Matthew Lesko, the self-proclaimed federal grant researcher and infomercial personality who made it big in his "question mark" suit. He has written more than 20 books (NYT best selling author) telling people how to get money from the US government. He made regular appearances on Oprah, Letterman, Larry King and more. He's also been a keynote speaker for many institutions including Harvard and Yale.
We had so much fun in this episode as you'll see. Matthew is a person who takes a wholehearted approach to his life's work and to the people he's close to.
In this episode Matthew shares with us:
- Why you have to ask the right questions.
- Why working hard at something you want is not work.
- How having fun is the key to creativity and success.
- Giving harder and contributing more as you get older is what matters most and truly reflects what you get back.
- How feeling needed as we get older is important to feeling connected and significant.
- Advice on going to college for half the price or for free.
- How to use Google and why you won't find the free stuff there.
- Why the gig economy becoming more relevant.
- Why you can should give as hard as you can professionally to someone else to improve their life.
- Why loving more, giving more and supporting people you love is key.