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Relationship Building as a Daily and Multi-Year Process Featuring Paul Sherman

Paul Sherman is a dynamic C-suite leader with finance, strategy, operations excellence, customer success, and business development experience in healthcare services and technology, commercial real estate and multi-unit restaurants. We discuss: The basics of relationship-building [02:52] The givers, takers and exchangers [4:58] The fine line between helping for free and helping for money [6:23] Not…

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Turning Your Side Project into Post-Employment Impact Featuring Dena Grushkin

Following a 36-year career as a public-school teacher, Dena is continuing her love for education as a humanitarian educator, running a non-profit organization she founded 18 years ago. The Dream School foundation supports public education in Nigeria with infrastructure and resources to teach and learn. We discuss: Opportunities are often unexpected [02:13] Taking a chance…

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You Don’t Have to Be Ruthless Featuring Jonathan Keyser

Jonathan Keyser is the founder of Keyser, one of the largest independent, occupier services commercial real estate firms in the country. Additionally, Keyser is a founding member of EXIS Global, the largest independent, commercial real estate organization in the world committed to exclusively representing corporate end users. We discuss: Changing the mechanics of a whole…

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A Subscription Model for a Legal Practice Featuring Scott Reib

As the official Zig Ziglar Small Business Lawyer and a Ziglar Legacy Certified Trainer, it’s no wonder that Scott Reib is known as “America’s Legal Coach.” For the last two decades, Scott has been helping business owners, entrepreneurs, and coaches “shatterproof” their businesses by implementing specific strategies for structure, growth, and protection. Over the last…

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How to Become Forever Employable Featuring Jeff Gothelf

Jeff helps organizations build better products and executives build the cultures that build better products. Through the use of concepts like Design Thinking, Lean UX and agile software development he brings a new approach to running organizations and the departments within them, most recently focusing on Human Resources and how they can be more agile…

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Why Improv is a Business Technique Featuring Bob Kulhan

Bob Kulhan is an elite improviser, an adjunct professor at Duke Fuqua B-School, author of ‘GETTING TO YES AND’, and the Founder & CEO of Business Improv® – a 22-yr-old consultancy linking improvisation to business through behavioral sciences and ROI for blue-chip companies. BI is a world-class leader in experiential On-Site, Virtual (synchronous), Online (asynchronous),…

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I Used to be Somebody Featuring Carl Landau

Carl Landau has started 3 media companies and 5 magazines. He also has created hundreds of live conferences and trade shows.  Probably more importantly he has sold his 3 companies. His media companies were in the Software Development, Craft Brewing and Niche Media industry. He sold his last business 2 years ago and has started…

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Creating Great Customer Experiences Featuring Vinay Raval

Ten years ago, Vinay left his corporate job to learn more about how businesses can grow by uplifting the lives of their customers. He crisscrossed the world and drew insight from large corporations, far-flung markets, mountain Sherpas, and street vendors. These experiences inspired a unique approach to customer experience that he then put to the…

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Bulletproof Selling Featuring Shawn Rhodes

Shawn Rhodes leveraged his former life as a war correspondent to become an international expert in how the best teams continuously improve pipelines and performance. We discuss: Imagine a college professor that can’t be fired [01:43] Starting off with a complete beginner’s mind [03:37] A pitch that doesn’t work well on anybody [04:40] The effect…

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