EPISODE #1 - Dan Fleyshman

In this premiere episode, Jordan blasts off his podcast career in blazing fashion by sitting down with self-made media mogul and influencer guru, Dan Fleyshman.

These two global forces go head-to-head, as they expound upon a wide range of topics that are sure to catch your attention, and hold your interest.

Whether it’s the five steps you must follow to become a top influencer, or how to take your brand to the next level, you will quickly come to understand that you learn more from your failures than your successes, and the best ways to capitalize on this fact.

Dan is well-known for his graciousness and generosity, and famous for going out of his way to help others without expecting anything in return. You will see that Dan is in a whole different league when it comes to branding, particularly in the influencer space.

This is, without a doubt, one podcast you don’t want to miss.

EPISODE #2 - Patrick Bet-David

In this wide-ranging and highly informative podcast, JB and Patrick touch upon everything from entrepreneurship, to child-rearing, to politics, and what “privacy” means in the digital age. Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Patrick’s brief childhood in Iran, China, the importance of mentors, and even Monica Lewinski are discussed — along with much more — in Jordan’s trademark, unfiltered and provocative style.

EPISODE #3 - Logan Paul

In this multi-generational tete-a-tete, JB mixes it up with internet sensation Logan Paul, as they discuss everything from what it takes to stand out in the crowded and competitive world of social media, to maturing in the modern world. LP takes a seat and learns from the Master Wolf, and JB, in turn, gleans some knowledge from the new kid on the street. Both gentleman are world-renowned titans in their fields and one thing is for sure, you will learn a ton from them both.

EPISODE #4 - Jan Black & Laura Owens

This dynamic trio generates lively conversation that takes us through generational differences and how they’re affecting our society. Jordan reveals some true beliefs about depression, social media, millennials, homelessness, and much more! Jan Black & Laura Owens are true experts in the self-help field and possess true understanding of how to help people through deep and meaningful dialogue. This is a must listen for anyone who is intrigued by quality banter about serious current issues that affect us all.

EPISODE #5 - Tommy Chong

In this installment of the Wolf’s Den, JB interviews his old friend, Tommy Chong. Tommy gained fame in the seventies as the Anglo half of the legendary, ganja-obsessed comedy duo, Cheech and Chong. He’s managed to remain in the limelight pretty much ever since by appearing in a wide variety of movies and television shows, as well as selling his own brand of water pipes. Chong’s bongs landed him in a little hot bongwater a few years back, and he ended up befriending JB when they were both at camp upstate.

JB and Tommy reminisce about their days inside when they were bunkmates, talk Trump, politics, weed, and women, and generally have a familiar and fascinating conversation about everything from government conspiracy theories, to the Russian involvement in the 2016 election, to living in the moment.

EPISODE #6 - Jeff Beacher

In this week’s outrageous installment, JB hosts Impresario, Jeff Beacher, founder and ringleader of Beacher’s Madhouse. Known as a modern-day P.T. Barnum, Jeff made a name for himself hosting parties and putting on wildly popular live shows in the Vaudevillian tradition – harkening back to the pre-motion picture days of traveling side-show circuses.

These two old friends are no strangers to madness and mayhem, and they waste no time launching into a decidedly candid, sordid, and un-PC conversation that touches on such salacious topics as midgets seducing models with hypnotism, the challenges of engaging in obesely overweight sex, Miley Cyrus riding a dildo, Paris Hilton riding an Oompa-Loompa, pornography, the best ways to pick up chicks, Kim Kardashian’s ass, Amazon Ashley, Kelly Osbourne, antics in the Stratton Oakmont boardroom, drugs, religion, how JB invented the internet, how Jeff invented fake news, more drugs, strippers, hookers, health, and hoverboards.

In the short history of the podcast form, I’m not sure there has ever been one quite like this.

Not for the faint of heart or easily offended, you will learn more than you ever wanted to learn and laugh more than you’ll want to admit.

EPISODE #7 - Armani Izadi

In this colorful episode, Armani and Jordan open up the spray cans, shake the metal ball around, and splatter the walls of the Wolf’s Den with stories of models, Vegas night clubs, publicity antics, and graffiti mansions! Armani has recently been running around with Jake Paul and Team 10 and they’ve managed to get into no shortage of mischief. . Armani has become a renowned and sought-out “Mood Director” in his own right and this guy sure knows how to throw a party. If you’ve ever been clubbing, or plan on going anytime soon, you’ll definitely want to hear some of these wild, true stories!

EPISODE #8 - Omar Ellattar

In this edition of the Wolf’s Den, JB sits down with fellow podcaster, Omar Ellattar, and they proceed to delve into such intriguing topics as the unlikely invention of Hot Cheetos, the trouble with hot tempers, and the remembrance of some very dark thoughts.

Omar gets nitty-gritty real here, as he talks publicly for the first time about his severe childhood depression, which got so bad that at one point it led to him actually contemplating shooting up his school. Thankfully, a more reasonable mood prevailed, and he never took this action. It’s a very deep and shocking moment, I can assure you. They go on to discuss Omar’s podcast career, stalking Grant Cardone, and a variety of other topical subjects sure to educate and entertain.

EPISODE #9 - Ed Mylett

Right from the jump, Jordan calls out Ed Mylett for looking identical to Drax the Destroyer, AKA Dave Bautista, from the Guardians of the Galaxy series. Jordan and Ed share a laugh about this, and Ed talks about how it happens to him all the time. Not sure if that’s a good thing or not… We’ll go with good for now. These two powerhouses create the ultimate duo when it comes to addressing such topics as finding your identity, self-worth, and creating a better life for yourself. They proceed to pull no punches as they share their views on difficult topics like the current political climate, Trump, illegal immigrants, and much more. It’s like a veritable super-hero movie come to life as the Wolf battles the Drax, with a little Dr. Strange mind-reading thrown in for good measure.

EPISODE #10 - Rory Kramer

From the deep rock quarries of rural Indiana, to the tallest cliffs around the world, Rory Kramer is the rare kind of balls-out adrenaline junkie who — no matter where and when you find him — you can bet he’s doing something insane.

This episode of the Wolf’s Den takes a long leap into explaining how to understand what fear really is, how to map it in your mind, control it, and channel it to become unstoppable.

With all he has accomplished already with such various household names as Justin Bieber and the Chainsmokers, it seems like Rory is still just getting started. His young spirit and wise nature seem poised to propel him to even greater things in life. This is a must listen!

EPISODE #11 - Stephan Spencer

Stephan Spencer is an SEO expert, acclaimed author, and world-renowned speaker. He has toured the world teaching companies how to maximize their presence on the web’s top search engines. He is a bona-fide master of his craft, and if you want to learn how to enhance your own company’s exposure, this is a must listen!

JB and Stephan speak about meeting their current partners and how enlightenment played a part in Spencer’s life after he attended a Tony Robbins event. Stephan explains how he had a transcendental experience with a group of monks, which resulted in a permanent shift in his brain chemistry that changed his whole life.

He goes on to say that following this cosmic encounter, he began to manifest things in his life in an almost magical fashion. This story is is truly unbelievable and after hearing it, you just might end up enlightened and transformed yourself!

EPISODE #12 - Nick Santonastasso

Nick is a true inspiration who will make you completely rethink the way you complain about problems in your own life. He had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to move to LA and appear on a TV show, but the project fell through and he was forced to survive on peanut butter for six months, because he didn’t want to return home and be considered a failure in his parents’ eyes.

Nick teaches us that we are all born with natural confidence — you just need to dig down deep inside yourself and bring out the special skill(s) that each of us possess.

His parents were an early positive influence in his life. Rather than putting a spotlight on his syndrome and making a big deal out of it, they went the complete opposite route and just treated him just like any other kid. They let him experience real-life struggles on his own, as they explained to him that the world wasn’t going to adapt to his needs.

Nick heeded this advice and made the decision to adapt to the world instead, which helped him develop his problem-solving muscles. He had no choice but to find his own unique solutions to overcome the obstacles he encountered, and that’s exactly what he did. He views himself as a unicorn with super powers, and believes everyone else should view themselves in this fashion as well. Nick is a one-of-a-kind individual with an attitude, and a mindset, that is truly remarkable. By the time you finish listening to this podcast, you will have a whole new outlook on life.

EPISODE #13 - Lidor Dayan

Lidor is a life coach who focuses on the connection between mind and body. He teaches people that through fitness, you can not only change your body, but also your belief system with regard to how you perceive yourself. This is achieved through mental discipline, which is the key to self-improvement.

Lidor trains people using his signature DHD system, which is: Discipline, Hard work, and Dedication. He believes that emotions come from motion; once you start to move your body, it will have a positive influence on your mind, and vice-versa.

All you have is your brain, heart, and two hands. Once you start using all three together to handle the problems you face in life, your problems will become easier to solve.

He also tells us that when you’re in a negative state, all you need to do is train yourself to shift out of it. With practice, this process becomes easier and easier. This is a very helpful skill to possess, particularly in the wake of the current news cycle.

EPISODE #14 - Grant Cardone

Not since the Rumble in the Jungle has the world seen two heavyweight champions face off like this… and if you think Foreman and Ali had their differences, wait until you see this pair of friendly foes go toe to toe. With the ocean breezes blowing in the background, it’s Ten Times Vs. The Straight Line and neither wants to give an inch.

Cardone is a master marketing guru and renowned author who excels in real estate investing, hosting speaking conferences, and educating young investors. He gives us some of his background in sales, and discusses how he actually got started by selling fish, door to door.

Right from the opening bell, these two sales superstars can’t agree on anything, which makes for some highly entertaining, and very heated, debate. Verbal body blows are exchanged so ferociously that at one point, Cardone actually challenges JB to a real-life cage match! This tossing of the gauntlet really takes the “no-holds-barred” nature of the Wolf’s Den to a whole new level…

Make sure you watch to cheer on your favorite mentor!

EPISODE #15 - Cindy Eckert

Who says men should have all the fun? Cindy Eckert saw a need in the market for women with low sex drives and turned her hunch into a billion-dollar fortune.

She took on social morays, and won.
She’s took on the pharmaceutical industry, and won. 
She took on gender bias, and won.
She’s took on the FDA, and won!

She has founded and helmed multiple successful companies; she continues to help and empower other female business-owners, and still fights daily for women’s rights in the workplace.

This lady is a Boss with a capital B and she tells a billion-dollar story that is sexier than 50 Shades of Grey. She and Jordan delve into such topics as women in the workplace, Elizabeth Holmes, Trump, and the 6 steps YOU can take to achieve greatness. This is one podcast you can get charged-up for, and you won’t need a pink or blue pill to do it!

EPISODE #16 - Chris "Drama" Pfaff

Chris ‘Drama’ Pfaff grew up with his feet glued to a skateboard in the heartland of Akron, OH, while his head dreamed of coming to California, the true skater’s Mecca.

He rode his board, and the success of his cousin Rob Dyrdek — a pro skateboarder and TV star from Rob & Big and Rob & Big’s Fantasy Factory – all the way from Akron to L.A. and didn’t rest on his laurels when he got here.

Once ensconced in Los Angeles, Chris was able to capitalize on his contacts, and an old-fashioned work ethic, to fulfill his lifelong dream of starting his own clothing line – which became the extremely popular street-wear brand we know as Young & Reckless.

Jordan and Drama discuss the mistakes they have made in business, and in life, and share what they’ve learned from them that has taken them to where they are today.

If you are someone who is looking to be successful in any aspect of life, you should pay close attention to this podcast and learn the secrets of two masters.

“Don’t be a creature of circumstance, become a creator of circumstance,” the Wolf tells us. Words to live by.

EPISODE #17 - David Meltzer

David Meltzer is a guy who walks in the door and lights up a room. He worked his ass off, made a hundred million dollars, lost it all through bankruptcy, and then gained it all back!

How many people can say they’ve done that?

9 months out of law school, he became a millionaire. This guy was Driven with a capital D!

His initial plan was to Work harder, work smarter, and work longer. And that’s what he did. And it worked.

But later, he learned that to truly be successful, he had to shift his values and focus on helping other people. By helping them, he would help himself.

The biggest takeaway from this episode, is how David breaks down how you can discover your “why” — your reason for doing what you do — which should be the most important thing in your life.

From being CEO of the 2nd largest phone manufacturer in America, to owning one of the country’s largest sports agency firms, this guy has done it all, and then some.

EPISODE #18 - Simon Rex

World-renowned white rapper, Dirt Nasty — AKA, actor, Simon Rex – has lived quite the Hollywood life.

He started out modeling for Calvin Klein and Versace, then worked as an MTV VJ before being cast in the immensely popular, Scary Movie film series.

His character of Eminem-style rapper, Dirt Nasty, has become a much-beloved cult favorite, and here Simon dishes on what it was like to play such a defining role.

Joining the fast-growing, “Back to Nature” movement, Simon recently purchased an RV which he uses to unplug, recharge, and travel to remote sites where he can recreate off-grid.

JB and SR get down to the nitty-gritty as they discuss such salacious modern subjects as the changing drug culture, women, dating, #metoo, partying, religion, and, of course, what it’s like to make new friends as you are being administered a champagne enema on the roof of an RV.

Whether you’re currently on-grid, off, or in between, this is one interview not to be missed.

EPISODE #19 - Alex Mehr

An Iranian immigrant, Alex Mehr moved to America and got a job working for NASA when he was just 21! That shows you just what kind of can-do, go-getter this guy really is.

He firmly believes that Business and Science are two sides of the same coin, and he takes pride in approaching all of his business ventures with logic, rather than emotion — a choice that sure seems to be paying off huge for him so far.

After noticing a trend in applications starting to develop, Alex boldly quit his gig at NASA, dropped out of a graduate program at Berkeley, and started to develop polling apps. Building on that success, he designed a dating app called, Zoosk, which he eventually sold for $300 million!

Alex and JB, who are old friends, dive deep into online business strategy and entrepreneurship, making this podcast a gold mine for anyone looking to maximize their chances of success!

EPISODE #20 - Mark Lack

Mark Lack started paint-balling in high school just as a hobby. Soon he was able to turn this hobby into a 300k a year business! He later put this same kind of dedication and energy into his current business and became a world-renowned expert in online marketing. He is currently a consultant for some of the biggest names and most iconic brands in the US, and is a global leader in the online world.

If you want to learn everything from how to build a small personal brand, to how to market the largest corporations on the planet, Mark not only breaks down the strategy for you, but explains exactly how to do it!

His understanding of social media marketing is unlike anything we’ve heard before on the podcast. This is one highly informational, and entertaining, interview you’re not going to want to miss!

EPISODE #21 - Mark Brazil & Jeff Cole

These two highly artistic entrepreneurs met while working regular day jobs. They eventually discovered that they shared a similar artistic sensibility, which led to them starting a brand that would set the entire art world on its ear.

Jeff manages the artist side, Mark manages the business side, and together they have built a fast-growing and affordable brand that showcases canvas art and photography, paired with motivational quotes. Each piece is designed by Cole, who adds his own unique style to every “Ikonick” piece.

This pair works so well together because they cover each other’s weaknesses, and that is what having a great partner is all about. They are now pairing up with other major influencers, like Gary Vee, to create featured collections that are sure to astound.

Keep Ikonick on your radar, because this artistically inspirational team is just getting started!

EPISODE #22 - Cayla Craft

Cayla Craft is as professional as they come! She started her career as a nurse when she was made aware that there was a nursing shortage, thus ensuring she would never be out of work. However, she soon discovered she wanted more out of life.

She changed her mindset about what she wanted, started working with a network marketing firm, and became a millionaire at the age of 26!

From there, she started focusing on a strategy that would allow her to help other women like her achieve their goals. She soon conceived and created the Mommy Millionaire brand, and did just that through lecturing, hands on coaching, and empowerment.

Her advice for getting through tough times: Use the pain you experience to motivate you toward achieving the life you want.

Be sure to stay tuned until the end, because she gives us her top 5 things we can do right now to change our lives and join her in the millionaire club, whether you’re a mommy or not!

EPISODE #23 - Jay Abraham

Jay Abraham is considered one of the top marketing gurus around. And he doesn’t just stop with businesses, this cat has actually consulted for some of the biggest countries in the world! You know you’re a pro when entire countries call up requesting your service…

Jay sits down with JB and drops knowledge bomb on top of knowledge bomb – bright pearls of wisdom that can be highly beneficial for you and your life. Among other things, these two business titans dive into how business is different today than it was before the internet, and break down how we connect with clients and peers differently.

Jay talks about how, when he analyzes a business, he doesn’t just look at the marketing, but rather the business as a whole, and when Jordan asks him how he sees himself, Jay weaves one of the most fascinating answers in podcast history!

Be sure not to miss this one!