The Inner Changemaker Podcast with Jay Wong | Purpose | Entrepreneurs | Motivation | Life Strategy

This is the podcast dedicated to purpose-driven entrepreneurs and multi-passionate creators. Tune in each week as we bring you an inspiring person and message to help you activate and tap into your inner changemaker. The only way to change the world is to first change yourself. Learn more at
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Jun 27, 2017

Pejman Ghadimi is the best selling author of Third Circle Theory, a powerful book which explains how some of today's top visionaries are made.

Pejman was born in 1982 in the middle of a revolution in Iran, raised in France for the majority of his childhood, and eventually migrating to the United States in 1997. Raised by a single mother his entire life with very limited resources.

We are here to dive into his story of how he went from being a telemarketer, to being a VP in a bank, to being financially independent Since the age of 25

Pejman has been and has dedicated his time to bringing Secret Entourage & Secret Academy to life, a unique platform which focuses on helping motivate, educate, and improve the lives of young entrepreneurs worldwide.

And here to talk to us about his new book -R.A.D.I.U.S.: How Visionaries Engineer Empires.  

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Jun 21, 2017

Tom Bilyeu is the co-founder of 2014 Inc. 500 company Quest Nutrition — a unicorn startup valued at over $1 billion — and the co-founder and host of Impact Theory. Tom’s mission is the creation of empowering media-based IP and the acceleration of mission-based businesses. Personally driven to help people develop the skills they will need to improve themselves and the world, Tom is intent to use commerce to address the dual pandemics of physical and mental malnourishment. 

Tom regularly inspires audiences of entrepreneurs, change makers, and thought leaders at some of the most prestigious conferences and seminars around the world, including Abundance 360, A-fest, and Freedom Fast Lane. Tom has also been a guest on the Tony Robbins podcast and The School of Greatness podcast and has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Success, and The Huffington Post. Tom is currently on the Innovation Board of the XPRIZE Foundation.

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Jun 19, 2017

This is an episode featuring you and me. It's exactly like how I use to do podcasts. It's an explanation of what's been happening, how to create space, and what #changemakertribe is.

Let me know what you think changemakers. Remember, it's not about changing the world. It's about looking at the people around you and deciding to change their world!

To let me know what to create next:

Much love,

Jay Wong

Jun 13, 2017

Businessman and Life Coach, Aaron T. Walker, has inspired many through his leadership, mentorship, and consistent pursuit of excellence. He enjoys helping others and believes experience is a great teacher.

Aaron sold his first business to a Fortune 500 company at 27 years old and has been a serial entrepreneur ever since. 

35 years of entrepreneurship and marriage have given Aaron a wealth of experience to pull from as he is on a mission to help more men around the world go from success to significance.

He is also the author of View From the Top: Living a Life of Significance

The Inner Changemaker is proudly supported in part by HelloFresh, the meal-kit service dedicated to making cooking fun, easy and convenient.

For 50% off your first box, visit and enter promo code CHANGEMAKER50 when you subscribe.

Jun 7, 2017

IF you are new here, hello welcome. This is THE place for modern-day leaders and multi-passionate individuals.

We come to you every single week with content, videos, emails, that tackle the theme of legacy over currency and helping you tap more into your inner changemaker.

In case you missed it, last week we had Dan Martell on the show. For context: He has been a part of many successful startups, a couple successful exits and a lot of VC-backed ones, he reminded us of the power of one.

Specifically speaking to ONE person when you are creating content is going to make your content that much more powerful.

So be sure to catch that in case you missed it.


We are launching our own community called Changemakers Tribe next week. It’s going to be our very own gathering place for changemakers around the world.

Changemakers are the new generation of leaders in every-day life situations and if you resonate with the show, you are going to LOVE what we do in the community.

From exclusive first look at interviews, to live Q&A with people I bring on the show, to additional FREE training to help you gone your changemaker abilities and unleash it unto the world, it’s going to be epic.

It's also where I will spend a lot more time working directly with those that are interested in being changemakers for their communities and areas of the world.

It’s not about changing the world, it’s about being a changemaker and impacting the people around you. Changing their world. Very different thing.

For those of you interested and want to get notified of when we release our community, simply go to and let me know you what you want to see in the community.

I am also going to give you guys a bonus, which is my video interview with Bob Proctor on video.

Once again, it’s to make it happen.

This week’s episode is actually an interview that one of my inner circle students Filip did with me.

I run a 4-month long mastermind specifically for podcasters and creators and Filip was taken part earlier this year. He runs his badass podcast called Your Next Chapter and wanted to interview me on my transitions in my life and my business.

This was the interview that came from our interaction and we went super deep into how unique ability and my journey as overseas.

I talked about how learning Chinese was one of the first impossible things I did and how doing something like the Kolbe index was key to me figuring out who I was as an individual and as a business owner.

This week, we are presenting a NEW SPONSOR!

As mentioned already, it is HelloFressh

Each week, HelloFresh creates new delicious recipes with step-by-step instructions designed to takes around 30 minutes for everyone from novices to seasoned home cooks short on time.

They source the freshest ingredients measured to the exact quantity needed so there's no food waste, all delivered to your doorstep in a special insulated box for free.

I got my box a couple days ago and I gotta say, I am super impressed. We had three different delicious meals for the rest of the week to test out and they gave me the perfect portions for everything.

As a busy entrepreneur, this is a real game changer because we all know how valuable time is.

Forget to wait in lines at the grocery store. Forget driving the food back home. We are talking about perfectly portioned food right to your doorstep and /or the concierge office.

For 50% off your first box, visit and enter promo code CHANGEMAKER50
when you subscribe.

Heavily recommend you guys try it out especially if you are in Canada.

May 31, 2017

Dan Martell is an award-winning Canadian serial entrepreneur and the founder of a number of successful start-ups. He is the guy who raised more than $2M for his startups – Clarity and Flowtown – then grew and successfully exited both. He is also an investor in 30+ startups you’ve definitely heard of and more than likely used, from Unbounce to Udemy to Intercom.

Before the interview even started, Dan told me he is on a mission to impact over 10,000,000 at risk youth in his lifetime and he is well on his way. 

With an inspiring story of his own, he shares weekly content on his YouTube channel as well as preparing to travel the world with his family.  


Join The Changemaker Tribe:

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May 25, 2017

Changemakers! Over the last 20 months, I have been interviewing my heroes, NYT best-selling authors, Olympians and successful entrepreneurs and asking them about what makes a changemaker. 

In today's episode, I finally go into our core definition of what makes a changemaker. 

I also get pretty vulnerable with you and share what I am working on behind the scenes. 

Would love your help and input (hint, that's why I wrote it in the title) 

Go to when you get a chance and get involved in co-creating this baby with me. 

I can't wait to "see" you soon! 



May 24, 2017

Charlie Hoehn is the Head of Thought Leader Media for Book In A Box. As an author, he is the literary equivalent of a Snickers bar. His books, Play It Away and Recession-Proof Graduate, offer simple solutions that help people get on with their lives.
Charlie has spoken at the Pentagon, TEDx Santo Domingo and Carnegie Mellon, U.S. military bases, and universities throughout North America. He is the host of the Author Hour podcast — enlightening conversations about books, with the authors who wrote them.
Previously, Charlie was Tim Ferriss’ Director of Special Projects, whom he helped edit and launch The 4-Hour Body. The book debuted as a bestseller — #1 New York Times, #1 Amazon, #1 Barnes & Noble. Their “Land Rush” marketing campaign sold 15,000 copies in three days. Charlie was the primary point of contact for over 10,000 customers and dozens of sponsors.

Join the changemaker tribe:

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May 16, 2017

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Recognized across the globe as a premier motivational speaker and leader in the self-help and coaching industry, Shannon Graham has developed a number of transformative coaching programs to tackle the hurdles of life and business. Some of Shannon Graham’s more recent innovations include “The Ultimate Lifestyle Intensive”: a highly popular weekend mentor coaching program that helps developing coaches skyrocket their personal and professional success, and “Legacy”: Shannon’s intensive one-on-one program for visionary entrepreneurs which combines one-on-one coaching with a powerful mastermind.


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May 12, 2017

In this episode, I share the exact system I use to get over self-doubt, overwhelm, anxiety and fear. 

IF you want to discover the antidote of self-doubt it comes down to how in flow you are. 

To submit a question and get involved in next week's Q&A:

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May 9, 2017

In this episode, I share what it feels like to be an Asian entrepreneur and what sacrifices my Asian parents have made for me to do what I do. 

IF you resonate with this, simply let me know through social! 

To submit a question and get involved in next week's Q&A:

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May 4, 2017

Shhhh don't tell Mark Laham that I stole the interview for his mastermind and put it on my podcast for you guys to hear...for FREE. 

My friend asked me to do an interview on the topic of abundance vs. scarcity and the wealth triggers in between for his mastermind and program. 

The ONLY way you can access the interview is through his program which costs thousands. 

Today (and for a limited time) you can listen to the entire interview for FREE because you are a changemaker and I want to ensure we give you all the tools to be as successful as possible. 

Enjoy the episode and be sure to join our community at 

There are some MAJOR announcements coming out very soon! (Dun...dun...dunnn) 

May 2, 2017


Updates and Announcements: This week, we are finally starting the Asian Experience on Q&A with Jay series. 

This is where I am going to be sharing what it feels like to be a 2nd generation Canadian, 1st generation Canadian, and really what it took to share with my parents that I am an entrepreneur and that I was going to quit my job to become one.


If you want to get involved for this Q&A or have a question, I am going live on Wednesday at 12 noon EST and you can get direct access to my behind the scenes room at

Once again, it’s


Have you ever wondered how do I build a relationship with influencers and get people on my show?

I share with people all the time my email scripts, but it’s not necessarily about what you say, it’s more so about how you say it.

IF you want to deep dive on topic, I am doing a LIVE interview with my Bailey Richert, on her awesome Infopreneur Summit later this week.

It’s a pretty crazy price for the tickets, but I got you some FREE virtual tickets so be sure to scoop them up if you haven’t had a chance already.

Go to to register for the infopreneur summit, you can watch me speak and there are a bunch of other experts in the information product game there that will share their expertise with you. For free too!

Once again, it’s

Apr 27, 2017

In this episode, I tell the story of how I sold one of my companies and why I needed to do so to create space in my life. 


To submit a question and get involved in next week's Q&A:


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Apr 24, 2017

Joel Brown is a lifestyle entrepreneur and the founder of He has built a 10-year vision for his life that guides him in his everyday actions, and he believes everyone could benefit from a blueprint for growth and success in their own lives.

Addicted2success is widely known as one of the top motivational sites on the web,

His Addicted2Success podcast has reached over 1.2 million podcast plays and downloads to date and his Social Media following is at 2 Million+.

He has worked alongside some of the greats in the world of motivation, business and spirituality, including Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Tim Ferriss, Gabby Bernstein, Gary Vaynerchuk, Grant Cardone, Simon Sinek and more.

Joel carries some fun facts, like appearing on the front cover of Foundr Magazine, Change Creator Magazine and Lifestyle Business Magazine, and being an author on and

He’s a producer of the forthcoming Rise Up movie alongside Tony Robbins, Bob Proctor, Dwight Howard, Lisa Nichols, Jack Canfield, Michael Bernard Beckwith and more and he has spoken on some epic stages including The Mindvalley Hall of Awesomeness, The Epic MasterMind & The New Way LIVE.

Joel is making his mark on the world through his online and offline contributions, recently raising over $50,000 in 2 weeks with his Addicted2Success community to build a school in Laos with Pencils of Promise for children living in poverty.

Show Notes and Links:

Want to launch a podcast? Go here: 

Get involved with Q&A with Jay: 

Apr 20, 2017

In this epic episode, I am co-hosting with my dear girlfriend, Francesca Pugliese. You can find her work here:

To submit a question and get involved in next week's Q&A:

To come hang out with me on a NEW podcasting training session: 


Apr 17, 2017

Vanessa Van Edwards is a behavioral investigator at her human behavior research lab, the Science of People. She is a professional people watcher—speaking, researching and cracking the code of interesting behavior hacks for audiences around the world.

She has essentially spent years studying the science (research, studies, physiology, etc.) of how our body language and facial expressions tell the story of what is going on inside someone’s brain.

This includes how to create relationships, know when someone is attracted to you, how to get rid of resting bitch face, how to detect a lie, and how to be the most memorable person at an event.

And because she is such a pro, She is a columnist for Entrepreneur Magazine and the Huffington Post. Her popular courses on Creative Live and Udemy have over 120,000 enrolled students

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Apr 13, 2017

Hey Changemakers!


Here is the recording of the 2nd episode. Be sure to watch the video:

In this episode, I dived into questions about transitioning OUT of relationships, how I transitioned into my line of work now and if I had a master plan (hint: I did not!) 

Shout-out to Fred Xu from Markham, Win from Aspen Colorado and Kensen Wah from Ancaster! 

IF you want to get involved, submit your question  go to

You will also be able to watch in a behind the scenes room.


IF you simply want to tune in for a bit or say hello, we are going to be live on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, make sure to find JayWongTV or Jay Wong on those platforms and I will see you there! 

There is a catch though. Because I have so many screens on LIVE at one point, I am only going to be answering the secret room questions live:

Get access here:


Apr 11, 2017

Leo Babauta is a former journalist and creator of the popular Zen Habits blog, author of numerous books and courses on habits, simplicity and mindfulness.
In 2005, Leo was living on Guam and was a smoker, overweight, sedentary, addicted to junk food, deeply in debt with lots of clutter, a procrastinator, overworked with no time for his wife and kids. In November 2005, he started to turn his life around: he finally quit smoking, then started running, changed his diet, started getting out of debt, decluttering, simplifying and more.
A year later, he had lost 30 lbs. and ran his first marathon, was a vegetarian and on his way to becoming debt-free and a minimalist. He started Zen Habits in January 2007 to share what he was learning about changing his life, and has been writing the blog ever since.
The blog grew to 26,000 readers by the end of 2007 (and now has over a million readers) and was named one of TIME Magazine’s Top 10 blogs for a few years. It’s one of the largest single-author blogs in the world.
These days, Leo is a vegan, lives a fairly healthy life in California, and focuses on helping people who are struggling.

In the interview, we break down,
- how people can form lasting habits
- how to be present in any situation
- the power of minimalism and why Leo implemented throughout his blog
- and so much more!

Show notes and

Q&A w/ Jay Show :

Apr 10, 2017

Hey Changemakers!

I just came out of a 3- day immersive coaching experience with Landmark so I apologize that this recording was not up earlier. 

My intention with this show is to simply answer your questions about the ups and downs on life, about transitions and relationships, and life changing decisions, and all the things you have been waiting to ask me :) 

Here is the recording of the first episode.

This is where I dived into questions such as: what does it mean to be happy? Or operate in happiness?

what does it mean to be happy? Or operate in a happiness state? 

Do I regret leaving my job? What about entrepreneurship keeps me in the game?

Shout-out to Jan from Toronto, Ferah from the DC area, Dave, David Mcrae from the UK.

IF you want to get involved, submit your question  go to

You will also be able to watch in a behind the scenes room.


IF you simply want to tune in for a bit or say hello, we are going to be live on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, make sure to find JayWongTV or Jay Wong on those platforms and I will see you there! 


There is a catch though. Because I have so many screens on LIVE at one point, I am only going to be answering the secret room questions live:


Get access here:

Apr 3, 2017

Dan Lok is know as the King of High-Ticket Sales.

He is one of the highest-paid and most-in-demand consultants in the luxury and high-ticket space.

He is also the creator of High-Ticket Millions Methodology™, the world's most advanced system for getting high-end clients and commanding high fees with no resistance.

He works exclusively with business coaches, consultants, executive coaches and other service professionals who want a more sustainable, leveraged lifestyle and business through high-ticket programs and equity income.

He is one of the extremely rare keynote speakers and business consultants that actually owns a portfolio of highly profitable business ventures. Not only is he a two times TEDx opening speaker, he's also an international best-selling author of over 12 books and the host of Shoulders of Titans show.

Ask Jay a question:

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Mar 30, 2017

Go here to be part of the NEW show and ASK your question

#askjaywong #wisdomwednesday

I am going to be hosting a NEW weekly LIVESTREAM show and you can be involved. Over the last few months, I have been receiving countless emails asking me personal questions and I have been writing and writing various responses back to changemakers around the world. 

It's TIME that the rest of the world gets a chance to hear some of the answers. I can't promise you that I am going to know the answer, but I promise to share as openly as possible with you all. 

IF you have a question that you would love to ask, whether it's personal or business, please get involve and ask it here -->

Potential topics covered: 

- how to get over break ups

- how to transition out of your 9 to 5

- how to approach your passion and your purpose

- how to cultivate a winning mindset

See you soon! 

Mar 28, 2017

Jordan Harbinger is known as an entrepreneur, talk show host and world-renowned social dynamics expert.

He is the co-founder of The Art of Charm, and has helped develop one of the leading self-development programs in the world, with a special expertise in social capital, relationship-building and authentic rapport. He is also the host of The Art of Charm Podcast, where he interviews leading entrepreneurs, celebrities, writers and experts about psychology, performance, life and success. Can you imagine how I felt when he said yes to coming on the show?

For all his work in the field, Forbes named Jordan one of the 50 best relationship-builders in the world, and Inc. Magazine recently called him “the Charlie Rose of Podcasting.”

He is a  former Wall Street attorney who speaks five languages. Not bad right? He has spent several years abroad in Europe and the developing world, including South America, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. He has worked for various governments and NGOs overseas, traveled through war zones, led several trips through North Korea, and been kidnapped—twice. (The only reason he’s still alive and kicking is because of his ability to talk his way into (and out of) just about any situation.)

In the interview, we talk about what it was like to start podcasting from the very beginning, back in 2006. His show gets about 3,000,000 downloads a month now, but who the heck was my guest when he first started.

We also completely disagree with each other in terms of business owners starting a podcast and leveraging it for their business. That’s right in the beginning so make sure to dive in.

We also talk about the concept of social capital. How to create, how to leverage it and ultimately, how to be a freaking boss in all areas of life because you know how to harness it.

This is one episode you listen to at least twice because my guest gives a great framework in terms of tapping into the power of social capital and tons of great stories as well. 

As always, the video version of the interview is on the Youtube channel, so if you are curious to all of our mannerisms and want to watch us in action, go to Jay WongTV

Show and links for the episode is



ANNOUNCEMENT:  I am starting a NEW show and it’s not just a podcast and we are not doing interviews. In fact, I want you to create the show with me. Kinda like crowdfunding, but without the money and only using your questions so it’s 120% relevant to you. The fans of this show.

In fact, I want you to create the show with me. Kind of like crowdfunding, but without the money and only using your questions so it’s 120% relevant to you. The fans of this show.

Sound interesting?

Ok, it is going to be a weekly LIVE stream show, on multiple channels, with the opportunity for a select few to ask me direct questions about the obstacles in your life, or business, or mindset, or how it feels being an Asian entrepreneur in North America. 


We are going to go places where we have never gone on this show because we are not bound by interviews. We are going to make it our own changemakers.


It is going to be a live show, every Wednesday at noon. So we can hang out once a week.

It is a total experiment, but I am honestly so excited.


IF you are just as excited and have a question in regards to anything to do with mindset, personal development or even a deeper question that you have been wondering about me, my business and the world, I invite you to ask it at

Once again, that is

We are kick starting this next Wednesday (April 5th) and I would LOVE to give you secret access to one of the rooms. I’ll explain more getting closer to the date. 


For now, just go to and make sure you are there when it happens :)  


Ok, no more delays here is the powerhouse episode featuring Jordan Harbinger.

Mar 21, 2017

AquaMobile, an on- demand at-home swim school which is now the largest of its kind in North America. AquaMobile uses cutting edge technology that allows customers to go online, key in their pool address and be matched with a certified instructor who will travel to their home.

My guest was just 19 years old when she started her swim school business,  which she grew with a single $3000 investment that she received from a government grant.

AquaMobile has now grown to 1500 instructors operating across Canada and in 25 states in the U.S, and has been profiled in Forbes, Inc., Huffington Post and Techvibes to name just a few, and had also pitched on CBC’s Dragon’s Den.  Diana has won a number of business awards including Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year, and the $100,000 Small Business Challenge.

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Mar 16, 2017

Last weekend, I went with a few friends to a winter cottage. We went from 112+ degrees of the hot sauna to dipping into ice cold water in -18 temperature outside.

People told us it can't be done.

How many times in YOUR life have people said "you can't do that"

I have been told countless times over the last 2 years things that I can't do.

"you can't speak on stages internationally"
"you can't interview x"
"you can't fly a drone"
"you can't launch online programs"
"you can't build x"
"you can't be featured there"
"you can't, you can't, you can't etc..."

I believe we should disregard what you think you "can do" Make a list of things you CAN'T DO and start there instead.

SHARE and TAG someone that needs to see this TODAY!

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