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Today we’re joined by Jack Gibson, a serial entrepreneur and founder of two multi-million dollar companies. He started his first company at the age of 21 based on coaching people about effective nutrition and fitness strategies. He ended up running a successful multi-million dollar company before he was old enough to rent a car. After being involved in the real estate business for some time, Jack co-founded the High Return Real Estate program, which has a mission to provide an elegant, straightforward way to accelerate real wealth with real property.

Our topics include:

  • The difficulties of time management for serial entrepreneurs.
  • What has Jack found most helpful in terms of developing and running two multi-million dollar companies?
  • The perks of establishing passive income.
  • Is having the right mindset essential for building passive income?
  • How does your company benefit from having well-defined systems?
  • “Working in” vs “working on” the business.

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For this week’s episode, we went to Podcast Center LA, and our guest is none other than Joey Price! He is the founder and CEO of Jumpstart: HR, but you also know him as the creator and host of the Business, Life and Coffee Podcast. Yes, this week we’re turning the tables on Joey and our interviewer for the show is Greg Davenport, an up and coming graphic designer who is currently doing the Design a Day challenge.

Our topics include:

  • What is the Design a Day challenge and how does it help graphic designers improve their skills?
  • Three things to look out for when building a brand online.
  • How do you build a team that will help you with your personal brand?
  • Why and how should you identify the people to look up to in your line of work?

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This week we met with Michael Redbord, who is the general manager of the Service Hub at Hubspot. Michael has worked with various companies of different shapes and sizes and helped mold their marketing plans, traffic acquisition methods, and competitive online strategies.

Our topics include:

  • Why is making customers more successful the key to business growth?
  • How Hubspot came to be and the rest of its origin story.
  • Recommendations and guiding principles for successful scaling and team growth.
  • The importance of empathy for providing quality customer service.
  • How to create a customer-centric strategy for your startup?

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For this week’s episode, we’re joined by Rocky Romanella, the founder of 3SIXTY Management Services LLC. He has more than 40 years of executive level experience. His areas of expertise include development and implementation of high-level strategies, merger and acquisition integration, and operations management, to name a few. This is Rocky’s second time on the show. He was also our guest in episode 79, which you can check out here.

Our topics include:

  • What is balanced leadership and how can it help you?
  • Why is the “telling-people-what-they-want-to-hear” approach destructive to your work and the company?
  • What are some of the costs associated with being a leader?
  • The foundations of being a good leader.
  • How should you approach dealing with enthusiasm issues?

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Our guest for this week is Dr. Danielle Wood, an engineer, a policy researcher and the leader of the Space Enabled Research Group. Danielle’s areas of expertise include aerospace engineering, systems engineering, technology policy, development and satellite-based earth observation.

Our topics include:

  • What is Space Enabled, and how does it help advance justice in Earth’s complex systems?
  • What can you do to support Sustainable Development Goals?
  • The six disciplines that help Space Enabled drive change.
  • How to manage and lead a group of diverse professionals?
  • What are some of the challenges Danielle and the rest of her team face in their work?

 

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Our guest for this week is Joan Wilmer, an HR Executive and a Community Advocate. She is also a successful entrepreneur and she currently co-owns multiple franchises located in Maryland and West Virginia. Over the past two decades, she’s built an impressive rapport at organizations including The Federal Reserve Board, CBRE, Caesars Entertainment, American Red Cross, Toyota and Citigroup, holding the titles of Senior HR Business Partner via The Federal Reserve Board; Greater Southeastern HR Leader via CBRE; Vice President of HR via Caesars Entertainment; HR Director via American Red Cross; CSC Eastern Region HR Leader via Toyota and both Assistant Vice President and Vice President (and other promotional roles) of HR via Citigroup.

 

Our topics include:

  • What key factors played a role in Joan’s rapid ascent in the corporate world?
  • The basic conditions for establishing a quality mentorship process.
  • Joan’s personal experiences with mentorship.
  • The struggles that women of color are facing daily in the business world, and how to overcome them.

 

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This week, we met with Jacob Morgan, a futurist, a keynote speaker, and a 3-time bestselling author. Throughout his works, Jacob explores the future of work, and he is currently working on a book about the future of leadership.

Our topics include:

  • What is “The Employee Experience Equation” and how can it help with the way you run your business?
  • What are the things C-level Executives don’t really understand about HR?
  • Which companies truly recognize the importance of organizational culture and HR management?

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For this week’s episode, we met with Mo Seetubtim. She is the founder of the Happiness Planner, a planner/journal designed to help you live a happy, inspired, and truly fulfilled life by embracing the power of positive thinking, mindfulness, gratitude, and self-development. Recently, the Happiness Planner company launched an app!

Our topics include:

  • The story behind the making of the Happiness Planner.
  • What are the key ingredients that will help you grow a stronger following?
  • How should a small team approach cooperating with a large brand?
  • Useful productivity apps, hacks, tips and tricks that will help you in your daily work.
  • The future of the Happiness Planner.

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Today we’re joined by Emily Dickens - a lawyer by training, former lobbyist and the new Chief of Staff at the Society of Human Resource Management. SHRM is the world’s largest HR professional society, and Emily is currently responsible for facilitating the CEO's vision for the organization.

Our topics include:

  • The role and the responsibilities of the Chief of Staff at SHRM?
  • What are the benefits of building your business strategy by focusing on the employees?
  • The future of SHRM and HR as a profession in general.

 

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Our guest for this week is Matt Miller, the president and founder of School Spirit Vending. Find out just how he built his multimillion enterprise one quarter at a time!

Our topics include:

  • How and why to start a side business with vending machines?
  • The origin of Spirit Stickers and how they’ve affected Matt’s company.
  • The effects of having a successful side business on your personal life.

About Matt:

Matt Miller graduated from the US Air Force Academy and served as a pilot for 9 years.  After the military, he ventured into the medical and advertising fields and was a top performer. His long-term desire was to start a business to build a lifestyle based on freedom and choice.  Matt invested $100 in School Spirit Vending and turned it into a multi-million dollar vending business.   Matt is very candid and shares the high and low points throughout his journey.

 

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