8 Figures with Matthew Korban from protecting his house with a rifle in Lebanon to an award winning business

August 25, 2020

From protecting his home in Beirut with a rifle to winning multiple awards & international success.

Today you’ll find Matthew coaching and helping entrepreneurs to restore balance to their lives without compromising their career. His journey to 8 figure success was anything but an easy ride. From protecting his home in Beirut with a rifle to winning multiple awards & international success then to almost die of health complications, Matthew Korban has been through a lot. 


Matthew was born in Lebanon, Beirut, but on the move his entire life. Planning since childhood to leave Lebanon, he eventually settled in the USA, and chose Ohio to raise his kids. He enjoyed success in the corporate world; but realizing that his knowledge of languages and cultures of the middle east was a great opportunity to set himself apart in a crowded entrepreneurial world; he jumped headfirst into building his consulting business to 8 figures. A near death experience and a wake up call of having 5 months to live gave him the incentive to pivot; from the high stress business consulting business, into the wellness industry.

In this episode, Steve, Mary, Richard, and Matthew discuss:

  • 3 golden rules
  • Asking ourselves if we are willing to compromise our friends, family and health just to build a big company just to be under the spotlight.
  • If you don’t take risks, you are going to say where you are.

Key Takeaways:

  • You can still achieve your dream, while maintaining a work life balance, it might just take a little longer

Best Advice I Ever Received:

 Trust your feelings, trust yourself, you always have your own best unconditional interests


Best Advice I’d Give To Someone Who Wants To Build A $10m+ Business:

Ask for help. It takes real courage and overcoming your own pride to do so.


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