Business, Life, & Coffee | Entrepreneurship, Life Hacks, Personal Development for Busy Professionals If you could ask an expert in your field one question about business or life, what would you ask? Business, Life, and Coffee podcast host, Joey Price, CEO of Jumpstart:HR.

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Dave Sanderson is an inspirational survivor, author and former head of security for Tony Robbins. His thoughts on leadership, business & survival have made him an internationally sought-out speaker. See his TEDx Talk here. 

 

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When US Airways Flight 1549, or “The Miracle on the Hudson,” went into the Hudson River on January 15, 2009, Dave Sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be. The last passenger off the back of the plane on that fateful day, he was largely responsible for the well-being and safety of others, risking his own life in frigid water to help other passengers off the plane. 
 

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January 9, 2018  
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Terry Ogburn is the founder of Ogburn's Business Solutions where he specializes in teaching entrepreneurs foundational skills such as time management, relationship building, and particularly infrastructure analysis.  Since he risked his last hundred dollars to go into business back in 1979, he has worked with clients ranging in size from solopreneurs to AT&T Wireless.

 

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In her new book, How Did I Not See This Coming? A Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster, Katy Tynan unlocks the truths about management, showing that first-time managers are basically on a journey without a map. It’s not that employers aren’t investing in their new managers, she says, or that the people in leadership don’t care, but they are no longer close to the raw experience of being a new manager. What’s more, most management books are written by experts who lack the memory of first-time failure.

 

Grab the book on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2DSEWoa

 

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About Katy:

Katy Tynan is an author, speaker, consultant and coach, and an internationally recognized expert on how work is evolving. In a world where 70% of employees are disengaged, Katy helps organizations ditch out of date management practices and create an inspiring, engaging culture.

Over her 20-year career in IT and operations consulting, Katy has advised hundreds of organizations on how to find innovative solutions leveraging technology and human capital for competitive advantage. Katy has been part of multiple successful startup exits including Winphoria Networks (acquired by Motorola in 2003) and Thrive Networks (acquired by Staples in 2007).

Katy is the author of Survive Your Promotion! The 90 Day Success Plan for New Managers, and her upcoming book How Did I Not See This Coming? A New Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster.

 

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December 28, 2017  
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Every month, 80,000 visitors flock to Mac Prichard's Mac’s List, an online community for people looking for rewarding, creative, and meaningful work. Mac’s site includes a job board and a blog and courses about the nuts and bolts of job hunting and career management.

On this episode, hear his thoughts on what it takes to land your dream job in 2018 and why politics is a lot like running a startup.

 

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December 20, 2017  
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A national survey of more than 2,000 American workers has uncovered a major disconnect between employees and managers in the workforce. In fact, 80% of employees surveyed believe they could do their job without their manager. There is a striking difference in the American workplace between how managers think they are doing, and how employee think their managers are doing – and that has a big impact on people’s likelihood to stay at a job.  It all boils down to transparency, trust, and providing managers with better support. For more of the research, visit www.ultimatesoftware.com.

 

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Jason Dorsey wrote his first bestselling book at age 18. He now leads Millennials research and strategy for clients around the world. Jason has been featured as a Millennials expert on 60 Minutes, 20/20, the TODAY Show, The Early Show, and dozens more. Adweek calls Jason a “research guru” and The New York Times featured him in its cover story on marketing to Millennials. Jason is Chief Strategy Officer and Millennials Researcher at The Center for Generational Kinetics. Jason leads The Center’s team of PhD researchers as they uncover new generational trends and truths while solving complex generational challenges.

 

Adam Rogers is Ultimate Software’s Chief Technology Officer, responsible for building and directing the product strategy, development, and delivery of Ultimate’s cloud HR suite, UltiPro®. Adam leads a team of more than 1,400 employees and leverages Agile software development, service design thinking, and other collaborative processes to pioneer exciting human capital management (HCM) advancements incorporating AI, advanced analytics, natural language processing, and mobile technologies. Throughout his career, Adam and his team have been routinely recognized by leading IT research firms and publications for the development of industry-leading innovations and best practices.

 

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This podcast could really be called "A skeptic's guide to cryptocurrency." If you've been wondering WTF is BTC? Or if bitcoin is safe, you'll want to tune into this episode right away! Can't wait to revisit this topic in a year to see the progress!

 

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About Stan:

 

Known as "The Godfather of BitShares and the HERO", Stan Larimer has Forty years stan-people.pngexperience in software, hardware, and systems engineering, program management, business development and even teaching rocket science at the US Air Force Academy. Stan is CEO of Cryptonomex, a leading custom Blockchain development company, as well as father to Daniel Larimer, arguably the finest programmer and visionary in the Blockchain industry.Larimer designed it so that HERO Backing is widely held by strong hands trading publicly on many markets.The HERO is the only coin designed for mainstream adoption. All other coins are reliant on demand from speculators or specialized business models that have problems with the current banking system. Few, if any, offer anything that ordinary people want. The HERO offers the safety of buried gold, the earnings of a 1960’s Passbook savings account, and the ability to pay anyone anywhere in seconds.

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December 5, 2017  
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Hireology's Adam Robinson wants you to know that assessing hiring risk in your business is predictable and your employer brand speaks volumes for the kind of people who join your team. Listen to this episode if you want to hear from an Inc. 500 winner who knows a thing or two about growing a successful business through effective recruitment strategy.

 

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Are hashtags an ever-increasing way to promote social good? Just how much money is donated to charities through PayPal during the holiday season? Tune in to Catherine LaCour, SVP at BlackBaud and Sean Milliken, Head of Global Social Innovation at PayPal as they give timely insights to trends in cyber charitable giving.

 

About Catherine: 

Bringing more than two decades of leadership experience spanning the private, public and social sectors, Catherine LaCour is Blackbaud’s Senior Vice President of Global Marketing, a member of the company’s executive leadership team and head of the Blackbaud Institute for Philanthropic Impact™.Catherine leads cross-organization strategy to deliver Blackbaud’s brand promise, increase adoption of its leading cloud solutions, drive an outstanding customer experience and forge strategic partnerships that lift the entire social good community. 

BlackBaud: https://www.blackbaud.com/

 

About Sean:

Sean Milliken is committed to creating innovative partnerships and solutions that result in positive social impact. As PayPal’s Head of Global Social Innovation, he leads the company’s efforts to harness the power of its unique assets and expertise to improve the lives of people and the communities in which they live and work.

 

PayPal's Charitable Platform: https://www.paypal.com/gb/fundraiser/hub

 

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Americans are giving to charity more than ever. In light of the most recent natural disasters and the holiday season approaching, there’s a new sense of urgency to charitable giving. But how many of us really know how our donations are being spent – and that they’ll make a difference?

 

Before making donations, donors should do their research to ensure they’re choosing wisely. Evaluators such as Charity Navigator offer charity ratings and in-depth analysis of U.S.-based charities, with criteria including financial management and accountability. Givers should also understand the cause they’re trying to support, and look for charities that effectively address the causes they’re passionate about.

 

I'm chatting with Thomas Tighe, CEO of Direct Relief – one of the nation’s highest rated and most reputable NGOs. He can share tips on charitable giving, explain red flags, suggest questions that people should ask when making a gift, and offer recommendations for charities.

 

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About Thomas:

Thomas Tighe has served as President and CEO of Direct Relief, a nonprofit humanitarian medical organization, since October 2000. Direct Relief, established in Santa Barbara in 1948 and funded entirely with private support, provides medical material assistance to locally run health programs around the world and in the U.S. Since Tighe’s arrival, the organization has provided cash grants of more than $40 million and furnished more than $4 billion essential medicines, equipment, and supplies to support health services for low-income people in 88 developing countries and in all 50 U.S. states, where the organization conducts the country’s largest nonprofit charitable medicines program. During this tenure, Direct Relief has been named among the world’s most innovative nonprofits by Fast Company, has been rated by Forbes as being 99 percent efficient or better in fundraising since 2001, won the Peter F. Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation, the CECP Director’s Award, the Esri President’s Award for GIS innovation, the Office of the Surgeon General’s National Leadership and Partnership Award, and become the first U.S. nonprofit to obtain VAWD accreditation and a license to distribute Rx medications in all 50 U.S. states.

From 1995 to 2000, Tighe served as Chief of Staff and Chief Operating Officer of the Peace Corps, overseeing day-to-day operations of the agency’s worldwide programs and a resurgent growth of the agency to a 27-year high. From 1993 to 1995, Tighe served as Associate General Counsel of the Peace Corps, negotiating bilateral agreements to initiate Peace Corps programs in South Africa and China. From 1989 to 1993, he served as Associate Counsel on the U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, conducting oversight and developing legislation related to veterans’ mental-health care, special disability programs, drug and alcohol treatment, and services for homeless veterans. Tighe also handled collateral duties related to foreign aid and the Peace Corps.

A 1982 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, Tighe received a J.D. in 1985 from the University of California, Hastings College of Law and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in May 2003. He served as a Peace Corps Volunteer teacher in rural Thailand from 1986 to 1988. He was selected for the Aspen Institute’s 2003 class of Henry Crown Fellows, is on the editorial advisory board for Pacific Standard Magazine, and is a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy. He was named Executive of the Year in 2006 by the South Coast Business and Technology Forum and is a visiting professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara’s graduate program in Global and International Studies.

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