Michael Murphy and Anthony Scaramucci talk on The Motivation Inside Podcast


Since 2010, I have worked with many TV Networks. I was a correspondent on CNBC on their show called Fast Money for several years. For the last few years I have appeared regularly on Fox Business on Mornings with Maria and Varney & Co. For the most part- I speak on finance, economic, and political issues. With my previous experiences in life, I have more value to add that can’t always be discussed on TV.

For the first time in my career, I recently joined my good friend Anthony Scaramucci on his podcast, TMI -The Motivation Inside. He is a very successful and inspirational person. He runs SkyBridge Capital, a 12.6 billion dollar alternative investment firm. To summarize, we discuss a lot about my early life growing up in Queens, New York. Some of my choices in life made my journey to success a lot more difficult. I am very fortunate to be where I am today, and I do not take it for granted at all. Life is one big learning experience and I try to preach my failures / mistakes to as many people I can. Anyone that knows me knows that I am a man of positivity . Keeping a positive outlook is the key to life. I think of life as a journey. On this journey, it is essential to find the good in everything and stay away from negative energy. If you work hard, and never quit- it will pay off one day. Meeting the right people along the way doesn’t hurt either. I have spent my entire life networking and meeting new, interesting people. What you give out to people, is what comes back to you at the end of the day.

If you have the time please watch my podcast with Anthony. I think you will enjoy it, and hopefully learn from it. If I can get people to learn from my mistakes, motivate them to do well, and inspire them to work hard… I am doing my duty in making the world a better place.

2 thoughts on “Michael Murphy and Anthony Scaramucci talk on The Motivation Inside Podcast

  1. This was the first podcast of TMI I have listened to and found the entrepreneurial slant very interesting. The best way for me to listen to this is via twitter links like I did with this one. Thank you. I look forward to more of these “voice of experience” podcasts.

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