'The Never Settle Show' Is About to Takeover Facebook Mario Armstrong is bringing his new talk show live to your Facebook feed. Get ready to get inspired!

By Entrepreneur Staff

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Get some rest, folks, Mario Armstrong is about to invade your screens with The Never Settle Show, a high-energy, inspirational talk-show production shot in front of a live studio audience in New York City -- and streamed everywhere else in the world.

"Our show wants to help you never settle, to pursue your passions, dreams, and inspire you to think about what you want to do with your life," says Armstrong. "Our segments will give you life hacks and actionable takeaways that you can start using immediately. Our guests will be a mix of celebrities, experts, and real people who will share their own 'never settle' stories as well as their keys to success."

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Here's the really fun part: you can sit back and watch, or you can participate directly by shaping the segments, as well as helping pick the guests and topics. Your questions for guests will be asked live, in real-time, through social media and phone calls during our interviews. No other talk show does that.

Sound good? We agree. Here's what you need to know:

Learn more about the Never Settle Show and sign up for alerts here.

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