Posts by Bryant


In this classic TMEP episode, we talk to the very funny and very eccentric, Paul Wagner. CEO of CreativeLabs.Tv. He goes OFF on corporate America, what’s wrong with startups today, and how to self-actualize to find yourself and live life to your maximum potential! This episode really put the show on an upward trajectory and gave me the confidence that I can absolutely do this podcast and do it well. How does one get started...

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Why I’ve been out for a few weeks

Why I’ve been out for a few weeks


Posted By on Jun 18, 2017

    As my small (but growing!) number of followers, readers, and listeners may have noticed I have not been publishing any new content for the last few weeks. Unfortunately, due to some surgery I had to have, I focused on getting myself in the right frame of mind before I attempted to promote, write, or record any new material. I had to have surgery to remove a mass that was growing on my clavicle and fortunately it is now...

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My name is Bryant Burciaga. I’ve dabbled working in everything from healthcare startups to the non-profit world of dinosaur bones and homelessness prevention (different jobs!). In all those instances I’ve always been passionate about helping people and using technology to aid that goal. In college, I did a triple emphasis in finance, management, and marketing for my business degree and I paid my way through by starting a company...

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  A good professional headshot is extremely important because people judge you on your credibility online, and a nice picture can be the difference between someone actually opening a message/email from you or not even reading it. It can be a difference maker for people trying to start an online business or get hired. However, professional photographers can be expensive and may not know your “best angle”. So how do you remedy...

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  It’s now the month of June 2017. Which means we are officially at the half-way point of the year. I want you to ask yourself, “have I done everything I could to work towards what I wanted to accomplish this year?” Be reasonable. You may have done really well in the respect that you’ve been following your goals and making measurable progress towards achieving target ambitions. Or, if you’re like a...

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