When We Got Married We Weren’t in Love (Interview with Alex Hormozi) Podcast Episode #61

After I interviewed his wife a couple of weeks ago, I knew you guys would be dying to hear the other side of the story. Surely this gym “power couple” were too good to be true? But no, it turns out that Alex Hormozi is as amazing as his wife. In fact, I think it’s safe to say he’s one of the smartest men I’ve ever met. So if you want to be the type of person who has a string of multi-million dollar businesses, a successful marriage, and still makes the time to be a philanthropist, helping others, then listen closely. Not only is Alex a very wise man, he’s very grounded with the advice he gives. A lot of it is sure to surprise you – especially his enlightened view of relationships and marriage.

4 thoughts on “When We Got Married We Weren’t in Love (Interview with Alex Hormozi) Podcast Episode #61

  1. Zoe Zahnder says:

    12/10/2020 – I needed to hear this! I am about to embark on a new journey of starting a virtual assisting business. I always find myself thinking about why it is not going to work – and this literally stops me from launching the business. Listening to Kim and Alex gave me hope. I may not be able to optimize my day but I can burn the midnight oil and get more things done while the kids are in bed. This is the first podcast episode I listened to and I am hooked! Thanks for doing this, Kim! I have also tried 3 of your workout programs and it has changed the way I see health and fitness. THANKS A MILLION!

    • The Sculpted Vegan says:

      This is amazing! I am truly honored that you have joined in on this podcast! Hope to hear more from you on what you’re creating in your business. So glad you’re in our fitness tribe and enjoying the success you’re seeing there!

  2. Cynthia says:

    I love that Kim interviews others than she can learn from and that others can always take away something new from listening to it.Most podcasts usually interview people that are on same level or lower level but not kims podcast. 
    I love the probing questions to her guests as it allows guests like Alex to give the full story for example how to consult and how he got started by just asking if he could go at gyms and he learnt how those gyms were better than others.  He wasn’t afraid to ask questions . I’ve always been told if you don’t ask , you won’t know the answer is what was exemplified in this podcast and it is so true . Figure out the experts, and find out what works and who they follow. What are the 5 repeated things amongst all the people and then you would get a common denominator and have a good answer. His goal was always to try and do better as before .one thing stuck to me was that your beliefs influence your skills . For example Alex  stopped using a calculator because he thought he was bad at math and he excelled at it after. This podcast is a hit and the two quotes I took away from them are definitely the Shorter question longer the answer as this can apply in so many things and of course the last one
    If someone can than I can too . It’s something we have to remember because if not we will limit ourselves. Keep it up kim, loving it.

    • The Sculpted Vegan says:

      Love your thoughts from this Podcast, very reflective and insightful! There’s a saying I’ve always loved “a closed mouth doesn’t get fed”, great reminder to simply ask you never know what will come of it unless you do! Thank you for tuning in and for your share, looking forward to bringing you loads more epic interviews! xoxo

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