This episode is a discussion with Seth Godin, where we talk about his new book - The Practice: Shipping Creative Work, that talks about how anyone can find their voice and put their best work out into the world. In case you don't know who he is, Seth Godin is the author of 19 books that have been bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. He’s also the founder of the altMBA and The Akimbo Workshops, online seminars that have transformed the work of thousands of people. And in 2018, he was inducted into the Marketing Hall of Fame. So if you’re listening to this podcast you’ve very likely heard of Seth Godin.
This episode is with Roger Martin, writer, strategy advisor and in 2017 was named the #1 management thinker in the world, he is former Dean and Institute Director of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto in Canada, he is a trusted strategy advisor to the CEOs of companies worldwide including Procter & Gamble, Lego and Ford, and he's the author of 12 books including Playing To Win - how strategy really works. This is a discussion about how to develop a strategy that wins in competitive markets.
In this episode we talk with Verne Harnish about how to scale up a company in today’s world.
This episode is with Laura Kriska, author of The Business of WE - the proven 3-step process for closing the gap between us & them in your workplace. Laura is an expert on cross-cultural relations with more than thirty years of experience bridging gaps in diverse workplaces. She has worked with Fortune 500 companies on four continents helping them build trust across Us versus Them differences based on nationality, ethnicity, race, religion, age or any factor of identity. We talk about how to build cohesive, high-performance teams, regardless of members’ differences.
In this episode we talk with Brock Pierce about his journey from child actor, to internet entrepreneur, blockchain entrepreneur, philanthroper and US presidential candidate.
In this episode we get into the weeds about why and how to use conversational marketing and chatbots to drive business growth.
This episode is a discussion about how to use account-based marketing to drive enterprise sales. So if you’re looking to increase the size of your B2B deals, then you’ll really like this episode.
This episode is a discussion with Maggie Zhou - Managing Director at Alibaba Australian & New Zealand. We talk about how Alibaba went from a small business in Jack Ma’s apartment in Hangzhou to the $800 billion conglomerate it is today, plus we talk about how Australian and New Zealand businesses can expand into China using Alibaba’s tmall global service (which I highly recommend you check out).
This episode is a discussion with Tyler Winklevoss - Co-Founder and CEO at Gemini, Principal and investor at Winklevoss Capital, Olympic rower, and one of the early investors in Bitcoin. We talk about why Bitcoin is having such a good run right now, where it’s going in the future, how they launched and grew their cryptocurrency exchange, and their investment philosophy at Winklevoss capital.
This episode is a discussion with Kerwin Rae - business strategist, high performance specialist, entrepreneur, and international speaker. We talk about how to drive business growth through social media from somebody that has built a following of more than 1.3 million people on Facebook, plus we touch on entrepreneurship, leadership, professional development and everything in between. This is a fast-paced, high impact episode that I’m sure you’ll enjoy.
This episode is a discussion with Stephen Gates - Head Design Evangelist at Invision, Host of The Crazy One podcast, international keynote speaker and a leading authority in Human Centred Design, where we talk about how design thinking can drive business growth.