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.
In this episode we interview Tomer Garzberg, CEO & Co-Founder at Gronade – an A.I. solutions company the […]
In this episode we interview Sonny Webster, Olympic weight lifter and Founder of the Sonny Webster Academy - a premium online community for weight lifters, cross fitters and fitness enthusiasts. After competing in the 2016 Rio Olympics, Sonny went on to grow his Instagram following to more than 200,000 followers and then leveraged that to grow a business he can run from anywhere in the world. We talk about failure, mindset, growing an online business, and how to produce content like a pro.
Today is a bit of a different episode, where Tony and Alex discuss how to build trust in the digital world. They talk about authenticity, adding value, and why content is the best way to position your business in the hearts and minds of your audience.
In this episode, we interview Dr Melinda Muth, Managing Director of Streamwise Learning, Facilitator, Board Advisor and Fellow […]
We interview Chris Hexton about the importance of a strong customer experience, how to develop a good software product, why you need mentors, and how to scale a software business after it gets funded.
We interview Sarah Liu, Founder and Managing Director of The Dream Collective, a corporate training organisation that empowers women leaders and encourages diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
We Interview Trent Allan, co-founder of Young Henry’s, chief marketing officer of Appliances Online and Home Clearance, and serial entrepreneur. We talk about growth hacking, the challenges with startups and how to scale a craft beer brand.
In this episode we interview Tahir - one of Australian's leading comedians. Tahir is an actor, producer, writer and entrepreneur. He has sold out shows across Australia, has produced both movies and TV, and owns a chain of 19 cafes. We talk about comedy, business, leadership, mindset, and everything in between.