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Extraordinary people are all around us and their unique experiences can give us invaluable insights into the human experience. On Shareable, we bring on guests to discuss business, technology, relationships, humanity, self-improvement, culture, race, gender and more... These conversations are intended to be shared so, I guess you could say this show is...Shareable.
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May 22, 2019

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Dubbed the “Queen of Resilience” by 7 times world surfing champion Layne Beachley, Stacey has not let a devastating accident that left her a quadriplegic and dependent on a wheelchair at 12 years old slow her down.

Instead she has used her life experience and personal philosophies to help leaders shift the way they perceive and respond to change and adversity, working with large organisations such as Telstra, Holden and Flight Centre.

Stacey is the author of “How To Be Resilient”, and has been featured by Financial Review, ABC radio and The Australian for her insights on resilience in the workplace.

In her spare time, you are likely to find her in the nearest patch of sunshine - with a book - recharging her solar powers.

Today, Stacey will be sharing her inspiring story with us filled with insights on how to be resilient in business and life.

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Running time: 40:42

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What's One Book Everyone Should Read?

Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill

What's Your Favorite Podcast?

Early to Rise Radio

App Everyone Should Download

Audible

Most Important Skill of the Future

Resiliance

If You Could Have One Superpower

Teleport

One Thing Everyone Should Do Today

Keep a journal where every night you write down the best thing that happened to you today

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May 8, 2019

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Robbie Samuels is a keynote speaker and relationship-based business strategist who has been recognized as a “networking expert” by Harvard Business Review AscendInc., and Lifehacker. He is the author of the best-selling business book Croissants vs. Bagels: Strategic, Effective, and Inclusive Networking at Conferences and has been profiled in the Harvard Business ReviewForbes, and Fast Company. His clients include associations and corporations including Marriott, AmeriCorps, Hostelling International, and General Assembly.

He has been featured in several books including Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It by Dorie Clark and The Connector’s Advantage: 7 Mindsets to Grow Your Influence and Impact by Michelle Tillis Lederman. He has guest lectured at many leading educational institutions including Harvard University, Cornell University, Brandeis University, and Northeastern University. Robbie is the host of On the Schmooze podcast which features his networking strategies and talented professionals sharing untold stories of leadership and networking. (from robbiesamuels.com)

SHOW DETAILS

Running time: 53:21

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What's One Book Everyone Should Read?

Profit First by Mike Michalowicz

What's Your Favorite Podcast?

Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn

App Everyone Should Download

ScheduleOnce

Web | iOS | Android

Most Important Skill of the Future

Listening and making others feel heard

If You Could Have One Superpower

Teleportation

One Thing Everyone Should Do Today

Call a loved one

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May 1, 2019

The "human whisperer" Dan Pontefract is here, talking all things empathy and how it connects to the ways we run our businesses and our lives. How does it fit into our daily lives? Author of Love-Based Leadership, Dan is driven by the question: How do love and empathy fit into our businesses? Further, what allows a business to click? What values and motivations and obstacles come together to form each organization, and how does that organization run based on each combination?

Dan shares his story of how he got to where he is today...it's a story of the need for perseverance, a strong sense of self, and the ability to say no to what doesn't feel right for us, even when others may not understand. It is only then that we can be the most wholesome and authentic leaders possible. Dan shares some amazing tips about leadership- what makes a good one?

How do we find the lessons at every part of our journey even when we are working our way up the ladder to what Dan calls "workplace actualization?"

This conversation got us thinking about leadership and what it requires on all levels.

SHOW DETAILS

Running time: 54:26

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What’s one book everyone should read? 

The Opposable Mind by Robert Martin

What’s your favorite podcast?

Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin

App Everyone Should Download

LinkedIn

Most Important Skill of the Future

Face-to-face interaction

Note: Read Digital Minimalism

If You Could Have One Superpower

Time travel

One Thing Everyone Should Do Today

Write a one or two line purpose statement. Who are you? What do you want to be? Who do you want to be known as?

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Apr 24, 2019

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This week we are sitting down with Allan Dib, serial entrepreneur, rebellious marketer and technology expert. We're talking all things marketing strategy...how can an efficient strategy in one page or less that encapsulates every necessity for our businesses? Allan speaks on his book, The One-Page Marketing Plan, which of course is the book he wishes he had at the time he was building his business. He walks us through all the stages of his marketing process, from effectively selecting your target market to crafting the most authentic message possible. Allan clearly outlines how to create the best experience possible for our clients, using the "human-to-human" principle, no matter what your strategy is. Further, we are going beyond what many marketing strategists look past, the idea of finding the optimal customer. It can be easy, especially when our businesses are just starting off, to take any client we can get. However, if it is not a fitting relationship for our business and personal values, it will be unfulfilling at best and inauthentic at worst. Allan shares how to keep our true visions in mind regarding this topic and many others as we grow our businesses. Take a listen, you won't regret it!

 

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Running time: 59:40

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What’s one book everyone should read?

The E-Myth by Michael Gerber

What’s your favorite podcast?

Masters of Scale

App Everyone Should Download

Todoist

Most Important Skill of the Future

Knowing how to market your business

If You Could Have One Superpower

Flight

One Thing Everyone Should Do Today

Create a marketing plan for your business; don't leave it to chance!

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Apr 17, 2019

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Caleb Gardner is an insatiably curious strategy consultant with unique professional experience, from startups to nonprofits, from Fortune 100 clients to presidents. In addition to a career in the private sector at prestigious firms like Edelman and Bain & Company, Caleb was the lead digital strategist for President Obama's political advocacy group, bringing his unique leadership to one of the largest digital programs in existence.

Now as the co-founder and managing partner of 18 Coffees, a strategy and innovation firm for the mission economy, Caleb helps build capability within businesses trying to change the world, powered by a community of 21st century talent.

SHOW DETAILS

Running time: 46:27

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What's one book everyone should read?

 The New Power by Henry Timms, Jeremy Heimans

What's your favorite podcast?

Philosophize This! 

App Everyone Should Download

 Todoist

Most Important Skill of the Future

 Empathy

If You Could Have One Superpower

 Flight

One Thing Everyone Should Do Today

 Find out who your representative in Congress is

CONNECT WITH CALEB

CONNECT WITH JEFF

 

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Be Part of the Show:

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Support The Show:

Sponsor an episode, Buy Books From Our List, Donate/Add to the Tip Jar, Buy From Our Affiliates, Learn how to give us money for free (really!)

 

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Apr 10, 2019

It's that time of week again. Today we are sitting down with Rachael Kay Albers, a self proclaimed marketing-hating marketer. As founder of RK Ink, she has helped entrepreneurs reach their dreams without compromising themselves in the process.And as host of Awkward Marketing, a business comedy show, Rachael sheds light on how to create epic brands online. Rachael is a pro at reverse-niching...which follows the notion that we can only know who we are and what we value by knowing who we are not. What can you not see yourself doing in your day-to-day work life? What kind of environment can you not see yourself working in? Getting clear on these ideas can lead us to the right places with the right people, instead of wasting time and energy on experiences and people that do not fully serve us. We dive into these questions and more, as Rachael explains her experiences as an out-of-the-box person and marketer, sharing how her personality has shaped her career. Further than that, she shares how we can share all sides of our personalities in our field of work- our opinionated side, our playful side, our goofy side, you name it...Rachael says all of these traits have a place in our lives and work. Take a listen below and apply this amazing info to your next career move!

Apr 4, 2019

Mic swap time! This time, Jeff is on the other side of the mic, with Anthony Russo from #bethechange asking the questions. They are sitting down and talking about marketing and influence in today's world, in which technology exists within every sector of our lives. Some questions they hit on: What makes genuinely successful influencer marketing and what does that look like? And what responsibility do influencers have in being the change, no pun intended, they wish to see through what they choose to endorse and support? Further, Anthony positions Jeff's own experiences in public speaking talks as a topic for deeper understanding of influence. Jeff shares what keeps him centered, what makes him feel good when speaking, and what he ultimately hopes to accomplish through his work. Take a listen and let us know what you think.

 

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Running time: 17:52

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Apr 3, 2019

We're back this week with a conversation that just feels so timely for where we find ourselves today... individually and collectively. Anthony Russo sat down with us and honestly, it was like a breath of fresh air. Anthony is the founder of#bethechange, a movement thats message is simple: change all starts within in. It calls for self responsibility and accountability, with the underlying premise that we cannot show up for the world around us until we show up for ourselves.

In today's world, it can be easy to get lost in the "negativity," in all sectors of society. Anthony's message is so amazing because it positions where we find ourselves within a context of something larger. Anthony shares how his decade-long dream of being a motivational speaker became a reality, and how that evolution fits into the evolution of the organization itself. He is sharing his journey through the evolution of #bethechange- the movement itself, what drives it, and how it fits into the human experience. Listen to this week's episode and feel this amazing energy for yourself.

#bethechange is the foundation for #iamthechange- "an aggregate of stories for people that have taken initiative to create change in their own way." If you have a story that can help the lives of others, head to the website to join in on the conversation.

  • Learn more about#bethechange's 2019 Charity Partner, Regular Hero, here!

 

SHOW DETAILS

Running time: 37:37

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What's one book everyone should read?

What's your favorite podcast?

App Everyone Should Download

Most Important Skill of the Future

  • Soft-skills: the ability to talk to other human beings face-to-face

If You Could Have One Superpower

  • To be able to read minds

One Thing Everyone Should Do Today

  • Write down the one thing holding you back right now. Give yourself ten minutes to write and reflect on what you can do to overcome this issue.

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Mar 27, 2019

Melanie Deziel is sitting down with us this week and man, is she a force to be reckoned with. She has combined her original love for journalism with her innovate eye for marketing to revolutionize the brand content of companies from Huffington Post to New York Times to TIME Inc. She is the founder of StoryFuel, which consults with brands looking to create, expand or optimize their branded content teams, processes and practices. Also a public speaker, Melanie travels the world giving keynotes and corporate workshops that teach marketers, publishers, creators and companies how to create the best possible brand storytelling. Melanie's experiences offer crazy insights on both journalism and advertising within media- the ins and outs, the ups and downs, the expectations, and the unique potential each has in creating a more informed and more conscious world. She's sharing how we can be the best communicator possible in both sectors, in today's world when credibility and reliability is everything. For those listeners considering either of these career tracks, this episode is an absolute gem. Take a listen and let us know what you think!

 

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Running time: 47:56

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What's one book everyone should read?

What's your favorite podcast?

App Everyone Should Download

Most Important Skill of the Future

  • Empathy

If You Could Have One Superpower

  • Mind-reading

One Thing Everyone Should Do Today

  • Thank someone who has made a difference in your life

CONNECT WITH MELANIE

CONNECT WITH JEFF

Mar 21, 2019

It's mic swap time! I sat down with Anu Vora. We talk about my experiences and lessons throughout my journey in finding my place within the the intersection of people and technology that by now, ya'll know I am very passionate about.

I'm sharing my ideas on company culture and the many gray areas that can exist within it. Here's some questions we touch on: Are we talking the talk AND walking the walk? Do our employees genuinely feel heard, seen, and supported? How does empathy truly fit within that culture? And beyond that, can we consciously own up to when we don't project that empathy in business and in life? 

We're diving into how money impacts our world and the decisions we make while moving through it.

Further, we're diving into aspirations vs. expectations and how we can change our relationship to these things in order to effectively reach our goals without being too hard on ourselves.

Anu allowed me to sit down and think about my next goals- what I am working on and thinking about- in business, in marketing, and in life. She offered some amazing insights and thought provoking questions...take a listen and investigate these points of reflection in your own life. 

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Mar 20, 2019

This week's episode may in fact be the most timely one we have ever had the pleasure of hosting. In the wake up of the recent college admission scandals, we are all being forced to confront the inequalities on all levels within our country's higher education system. The truth is, there were 56 families indicted in this current scandal, but the problem doesn't end there. The question remains, how massive really is this problem? There's few better people to talk about such an issue than Anu Vora. As a recent graduate, Anu is the founder and CEO of AdmitAlly, a tool that is revolutionizing the college application process for high school students. It matches them to current undergrads for 1-on-1 mentorship in the college application process. She's sharing what this scandal means for students and where we stand moving forward. Further, we’re diving into the college system in and of itself. What Anu offers to the world is admirable- she went out on a whim to change the lives of high school students. And to think, she's only just getting started. We're hitting on why we start start-ups in the first place- what motivates us? What does success in terms of start ups even mean, especially in today's world? This episode is a gem and sheds light on so many of the issues coming up in society today; take a listen below... we don't think you'll regret it. 

Mar 13, 2019

This week we're sitting down with Jane Wilson, and wow is she giving us some amazing insights. All too often, we forget how powerful our individuality is. It can feel like we don't have a unique voice, especially in today's world. Jane reminds us of the power in our potential. She is an expert in helping women to feel strong, empowered and confident. She is the founder of PoleFit Nation - a pole dancing for fitness company. She is the creator of Reclaim Your Spark Podcast, as well as a two-time Canadian Masters Pole Fitness Champion and two-time nominee for Oakville Chamber of Commerce, Entrepreneur of the Year 2011 and 2017. She's in the process of writing a book- sharing everything she has learned about feeling confident, sexy and strong based on the past 10 years of owning a pole dancing studio and teaching over 11,000 people. Jane shares with us how you can use our personal story and experiences to build your business and your authentic self. Jane's story and experiences remind us that we all have something to share and the time to share is now. This week, we are reminded to show up for ourselves through all of life's ups and downs,and maybe, just maybe be ok with not having it all figured out. It was a pleasure to sit down with Jane; do yourself a favor and take a listen below!

Feb 27, 2019

In today’s world, many things are changing. We are opening ourselves up to new ways of being mindful, being present, and being engaged in our own lives. This is translating in a million different ways in how we act in life and in work. One thing is for sure, we are waking up. This is exactly what has helped our next guest Jeanette Bronee get to where she is today. We’re talking mindfulness, self-care, and how technology fits into our lives and experiences. Jeanette is a Performance & Culture Strategist, International Keynote & TEDx Speaker, Author & Founder of Path for Life Inc. She is passionate about creating a Culture of C.A.R.E. that integrates tech and humanity so that we can unlock what truly drives performance, engagement and motivation from the inside out. This episode is amazing, if we do say so ourselves. Jeanette is deeply passionate about her work, and it shines through in this episode. Take a listen below!

Feb 13, 2019

This week on Shareable, we're joined by Thom Singer. We're talking everything from technology, vulnerability, and success, hearing personal stories and experiences from Thom's own life. A lot of varying factors go into being "successful," and we're talking all that and more this week. And there's no better guest to learn from- Thom is a sales-and-marketing-pro-turned-leadership-speaker. He is the author of 12 books and also a fellow podcaster, as host of the "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" podcast. On his show, he has interviewed over 350 entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, business leaders and others with a focus on discovering how the most successful people get farther across the gap between potential and results. It was a privilege to sit down and chat with him, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Take a listen below and don't forget to subscribe!

Feb 6, 2019

Jeff here; this week we're sitting down with Bob Burg, talking about giving and why it's so crucial to your life and business. Bob shares what being a go-giver means and how we can all embody it within ourselves. He explains where our focus should be and how to reach the "reward" we tend to focus on. Bob is a sought-after speaker at company leadership and sales conferences sharing the platform with everyone from today’s business leaders and broadcast personalities to even a former U.S. President. He is the author of a number of books on sales, marketing and influence, with total book sales of well over a million copies. His book, The Go-Giver,  is one I recommend to everyone. Seriously, read it. Co-authored with John David Mann, it has sold over 850,000 copies and it has been translated into 21 language. The newest parable in the Go-Giver Series is The Go-Giver Influencer. Bob is a great guy and had a lot of great stuff to say; take a listen and let us know what it means to you to be a go-giver!

Jan 31, 2019

Here we are this week with Mr. Awaken-Your-Superhero Penn. Christopher S. Penn is hanging out with us, talking all things marketing- what it is, where it's going, and how we can deeply understand it. Marketing is a huge part of our world; if you're listening to this podcast, chances are you understand this. But, have you stopped to think about how marketing has changed? How it has remained the same? In this episode, we're talking about this and more. You'll hear about what the best marketers do- how they position themselves, how they understand the landscape in which they work, and how they analyze information to understand how to beat their competitors. We're living in a new marketing age; knowing how to make yourself stand out is essential.

Learn tips and tricks for becoming the Marketing Professional of your dreams.

Listen below, let us know what you think.

Jan 23, 2019

This week, we're sitting down with Tom Webster. And we're talking...wait for it...NUMBERS. We all know-we are living in a data filled world. It’s everywhere, and the truth is, we can truly learn a lot from it. Tom is a professional at this precisely. He has nearly 20 years of experience researching consumer usage of technology, new media, and social networking, and is the principal author of a number of widely-cited studies, including The Social Habit, Twitter Users in America, and the co-author of The Infinite Dial, America’s longest-running research series on digital media consumption. He is also the co-author of The Mobile Commerce Revolution, and a popular keynote speaker on data and consumer insights. Take a listen below, let us know what you think!

Jan 16, 2019

Happy 2019! We’re kicking off the New Year here at Shareable with a real gem of an episode. We’re talking with Jeffrey Shaw about empathy, understanding ourselves and each other, and how we can reflect that understanding within our business. In today's world, we are all facing a growing need, both individually and collectively, to be understood. We want to be surrounded by people who motivate us, understand us, and who we can be ourselves around, while feeling like our most authentic self. The same is true in business. Jeffrey is sharing some major insights on how we can reflect on our values and apply it to every avenue of our lives. You really don't want to miss this one. Take a listen below and don't forget to subscribe!

Dec 12, 2018

Shareable listeners! This week, we're discussing one of the most pressing issues of our time: respect and consent. In the era of the #MeToo, a new dialogue is being formed in society. We're talking with our guest, Mike Domitrz, who sheds light on these two huge domains that are necessary for healthy relationships and for society as a whole. Mike is an award winning author and publisher, educator, ally, expert, and speaker. He works to dramatically improve society's approach to dating and consent, by giving people the tools to have the necessary conversations. Mike is sharing his incredible insight on the topic: that we all play a role in shaping society. He probes us to think deeply about our own personal experiences, and how we all hold perceptions of consent, intimacy, and respect...at home, in the work place, everywhere. We are honored to have one of the leading voices on this topic share his passions and expertise. Take a listen below!

Dec 5, 2018

Hey Shareable listeners! There's no doubt we're living in a rapidly changing world. So, what does that mean for marketing? And for our daily lives? We're talking all that and more with this week's guest: Pam Didner! Pam is a B2B and tech marketing consultant, speaker and author of the books Global Content Marketing and Effective Sales Enablement. Pam specializes in sales, marketing and external communications consulting, keynote presentations, corporate training, and workshops. In this episode, we're talking about everything from AI to sales and marketing to self reflection. Pam also gives some really great advice for those on the job market, with a nice reminder we could all use. Take a listen and don't forget to subscribe!

Nov 29, 2018

Hey everyone! Jeff here with a few special announcements. Here at Shareable, we take pride in hosting meaningful conversations that take place at the intersection of communication and technology. As we look to the future, we have big plans. We're taking the best aspects of Season 1 and 2, putting them together, and basically creating the podcast of your dreams. Take a listen to hear where we've been, where we are currently, and most importantly, where we're going. (Hint: we're just getting started.) Take a listen, and let us know what you think! 

Nov 21, 2018

This week on Shareable, we’re sitting down with Chris Sparks. Chris is a professional poker player turned productivity guru. So of course, we’re talking poker. But we’re talking more than that. Because believe or not, the skills in poker can be applied to entrepreneurship and understanding technology. In today’s world, technology is everywhere; it’s everything. How can we stay self-sufficient despite this? How can we utilize technology to our advantage? Ultimately, Chris shares that the systems we choose to interact with, technologically or not, are determined by our values. Because of these choices, we will be subject to even more choices within that system. This means finding a balance between technology and real life, for example. Take a listen; you won’t be disappointed and you must just rethink how you are spending your time.

Nov 14, 2018

What's up Shareable listeners! This week we're joined by Jessica Pettitt, and we're pretty darn excited about it. Her book Good Enough Now, is revolutionizing leadership and conflict resolution both in the work place and in the real world. This episode is a gem; we learn what diversity is (hint: it's everything), why it's important, and the exact approach we can use to approach diverse situations in the best way possible. Ultimately, we're lucky enough to hear from an expert how to maintain diversity in a conflict-filled world. Take a listen; we learned a lot from Jessica and we think you will too. Let us know what you think!

Nov 7, 2018

This week, we're joined by the incredibly awesome Joey Coleman, and he's dropping some major knowledge on all things customer experience.

Joey lets us know that far too many businesses don't take customer experience seriously.

We tend to focus on GETTING customers, failing to see that all the magic lies in what we do to KEEP those customers! Did you know that anywhere from 20-70% of customers will decide to stop doing business with you before the 100 day mark? In other words, mastering the experience you provide your customers is needed for your business to thrive.

Joey lets us know why customer experience is so important, what it can mean for your business, and what holds us back from providing what our customers really want. And for all those account managers out there, Joey provides essential advice about how to handle that nerve-wracking first call with a new client. All in all, this episode is a gem. Take a listen and let us know what you think!

Oct 31, 2018

Hey there, Shareable listeners! This week we’re talking all about company culture: what it is, how we do it, and better yet, how we do it right. We’re joined by expert Mike Ganino, here to share all he knows about how to create and sustain your company’s story.

We clear the misconception that company culture is about ping pong tables and a snack room in the office. Because the truth is, it's everything your business does.

We talk about how to discover your business's culture, handle obstacles that get in the way of fully embodying it, and what an authentic company culture can mean for your business.

Not only that, Mike drops major knowledge about what to do about employees who don't seem to care about your business's culture, and how to create a narrative that all of your workers can get behind. Take a listen, you won't be disappointed. 

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