In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Chip Romney. As a youth, Chip suffered a head injury that left him in a coma for 3 months and caused some permanent effects in his life. Chip shares his story, including his inspiring choice to take control of his life. He chose to stop being a “why-ner” and life his life on purpose. Chip acknowledges Art Berg as one of his heroes. Art’s book, “The Impossible Just Takes A Little Longer” is a great example of living on purpose. This show is dedicated to the memory of this great and inspiring mentor. Chip is available for speaking to groups and can be reached at chipromney03@gmail.com.


In this special edition of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul invites his friend and best-selling author, Garrett Gunderson, for a live tele-seminar. Live callers from across the nation pose their questions to Garrett about his groundbreaking book on personal finance, “Killing Sacred Cows.”

One of our listeners asked Garrett what a few of the most influential books were for him personally – we’ve included a link here with his answers (see carousel below).

Also, here is a QUICK LINK to the previous interview that I did with Garrett last October just as the book was being completed.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Patrick Donohoe of The Investor’s Paradigm. Money is one of those topics that comes up everywhere, and seems to have an enormous power and influence in our lives. This discussion reveals some of the paradoxes about money and gives some practical ideas for getting unstuck with regard to money.  Several suggestions are mentioned as educational resources including Kim Butler, Garrett Gunderson, and several other authors and mentors (see the carousel).