Forbes Under 30

Forbes Under 30 podcast is about young innovators, disruptors and entrepreneurs. This weekly show, hosted by Steve Goldbloom, features guests who are taking big chances to achieve the not-so-small goal of changing the world.

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Author Gabby Bernstein's Advice On Spiritual Resiliency

Getting knocked down is inevitable. Everyone has life lows, even Gabby...Getting knocked down is inevitable. Everyone has life lows, even Gabby Bernstein, spiritual guide and public speaker who has leveraged her robust online presence into her #1 New York Times bestselling book, "The Universe Has Your Back." Bernstein shares that it's all about building the spiritual muscle to work the way out of the muck that will turn our lives around on this episode of the "Forbes Under 30" podcast.   Show More

45:23 8/16/2017

Past Episodes

Zack Rago travelled with documentary filmmakers determined to record coral bleaching. Giant swaths of the colorful animal (yes, coral qualifies as an animal) turns white because of overly warm ocean temperatures. Coral can survive this startling transformation, but Zack says it will require a galvanization of human will. Hear him talk about the innovative underwater camera he helped build, the "Chasing Coral" screening parties the filmmakers are supporting and how what he witnessed impacts us humans and our world.
38:46 8/9/2017
Joslyn Davis was there at the beginning of Clevver, when the nascent YouTube idea was run out of a proverbial garage. Now, with over eleven million subscribers across four active Clevver YouTube channels, she and cohost Erin Robinson are riding and building that wave, producing content that captures the hearts of the highly-coveted millennial and Gen Z female set. Hear how these digital/pop culture/social media mavens manage all the work while growing their audience and brand.
50:09 8/2/2017
Jessica Alba talks about how her sickly childhood inspired her to start the very successful The Honest Company, a nontoxic household goods startup. Also, she shares how she tackled starting and building a company, with little knowledge of traditional business. And we have a segment with Benny and Rafi Fine, known as the Fine Brothers. They're digital and traditional producers, writers and directors who, on their Fine Brothers Entertainment (FBE) YouTube channel, have a whopping over 15 million subscribers. They talk about scaling their business and what it's like to work with a sibling. Both interviews are exclusives from the 2016 Forbes Under 30 Summit.
53:23 7/25/2017
Authors, podcasters and filmmakers Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus had lucrative, corporate careers until they didn't. Childhood friends, together they went in search of seeking less material, but more meaning. Now, they're spreading the word about their mission to remove all the unnecessary in our lives so we, if we choose to, can live a minimalist lifestyle too.
50:59 7/19/2017
Galen Welsch started Jibu, a for-profit social enterprise with the intention of making money and an impact at the same time. Hear how he is building up his company, training people in Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya to own Jibu franchises, which bring clean drinking water to their communities.
46:14 7/12/2017
YouTube was mega-influencer Bethany Mota's initial mode of communication, but the Forbes Under-30 List alum is branching out creatively by writing a book, Make Your Mind Up. Tune in to hear more about the ancient days of YouTube and the sensational social media road Mota continues to travel.
48:04 7/5/2017
Manager Michael George has been scouting talent since he was a teenager in New York. Nearly five years ago, he spotted then 17-year-old Martin Garrix, now an international sensation in the electronic dance music (EDM) scene, and brought him into the fold at Scooter Braun's SB Projects. Hear about George's approach to management and how he finds talent.
48:04 6/28/2017
Moziah "Mo" Bridges is the 15-year-old CEO of Mo's Bows. The Memphis-based company, which he launched at the ripe young age of nine, specializes in handmade bow ties. The entrepreneur discusses his family business and industry takeover.
32:00 6/21/2017
Founder & CEO of Swipe Out Hunger, Rachel Sumekh reveals the entrepreneurial secrets that accelerated her non-profit all the way to national recognition from then President Obama.
45:01 6/14/2017

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Getting knocked down is inevitable. Everyone has life lows, even Gabby Bernstein, spiritual guide and public speaker who has leveraged her robust online presence into her #1 New York Times bestselling book, "The Universe Has Your Back." Bernstein shares that it's all about building the spiritual muscle to work the way out of the muck that will turn our lives around on this episode of the "Forbes Under 30" podcast.
45:23 8/16/2017
Zack Rago travelled with documentary filmmakers determined to record coral bleaching. Giant swaths of the colorful animal (yes, coral qualifies as an animal) turns white because of overly warm ocean temperatures. Coral can survive this startling transformation, but Zack says it will require a galvanization of human will. Hear him talk about the innovative underwater camera he helped build, the "Chasing Coral" screening parties the filmmakers are supporting and how what he witnessed impacts us humans and our world.
38:46 8/9/2017
Joslyn Davis was there at the beginning of Clevver, when the nascent YouTube idea was run out of a proverbial garage. Now, with over eleven million subscribers across four active Clevver YouTube channels, she and cohost Erin Robinson are riding and building that wave, producing content that captures the hearts of the highly-coveted millennial and Gen Z female set. Hear how these digital/pop culture/social media mavens manage all the work while growing their audience and brand.
50:09 8/2/2017
Jessica Alba talks about how her sickly childhood inspired her to start the very successful The Honest Company, a nontoxic household goods startup. Also, she shares how she tackled starting and building a company, with little knowledge of traditional business. And we have a segment with Benny and Rafi Fine, known as the Fine Brothers. They're digital and traditional producers, writers and directors who, on their Fine Brothers Entertainment (FBE) YouTube channel, have a whopping over 15 million subscribers. They talk about scaling their business and what it's like to work with a sibling. Both interviews are exclusives from the 2016 Forbes Under 30 Summit.
53:23 7/25/2017
Authors, podcasters and filmmakers Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus had lucrative, corporate careers until they didn't. Childhood friends, together they went in search of seeking less material, but more meaning. Now, they're spreading the word about their mission to remove all the unnecessary in our lives so we, if we choose to, can live a minimalist lifestyle too.
50:59 7/19/2017

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