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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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Sep 11, 2017

Fall is here, in full swing, and so is Shareable Season 2. Today, we have Zvi Band on the show! Zvi is the CEO and founder of Contactually, a social CRM software. On this episode, Zvi and Jeff get into how to use a CRM to close more business, and manage more relationships. If you're looking to learn how to better use a CRM to organize your leads and relationships, this is a must listen.

Sep 4, 2017

Hello! Happy last weekend of summer! We have treat for you today! It's Geeta Nadkarni! Geeta is an award-winning journalist, speaker, and passionate entrepreneurship advocate. She has over 20 years of experience producing print, TV, radio and new media for outlets including the CBC, CNN, Global TV, Reader’s Digest and more and was voted “Best TV Personality” by the readers of the Montreal Mirror. And she has an online course called Baby Got Booked, which teaches entrepreneurs how to do their own PR and get local, national and international coverage within weeks. On today's episode, Geeta gives us the course highlights on how to get your own press. If you're looking to learn how to write better pitches and ditch your press releases, you won't want to miss this one.

Aug 28, 2017

Here we are. The second episode of Season 2 of Shareable. And friends, as the title implies, this one's a hot one. Hot as in, boiling over with information about how to undress your brand with your favorite, Jeff's podcast wife, Deb Gabor. And in this episode, she walks Victor App founder and CEO Greg Jumes through her mini-MBA in branding. Ya'll it's a long one, but it's so worth it. As Deb takes Greg through the steps she's laid out in her book, Branding is Sex, you can work alongside them and apply the questions to your brand. You're gonna want to bookmark this one. You'll be listening a few times. Go ahead, get started un-dressing your brand. You're welcome.

Aug 21, 2017

Shareable listeners Season 2 is finally here! This is the first episode of our Deep Dives series, where we're exploring several aspects of business with experts leading the way. And to kick us off, we have Patty Azzarello on the show! Patty Azzarello is an executive, best-selling author, speaker, CEO/Business Advisor, and founder of Azzarello Group. With over twenty five years of experience working in high tech and business, she's held leadership roles in management, marketing, software product development, and sales. She's a rockstar. We were really excited to have her on the show; especially, Caroline after hearing her TED Talk about Reclaiming Humanity in the Workplace at TEDxAsburyPark. On this episode, Jeff, Caroline, and Patty get into similar territory: humanity, the workplace, narcissistic assholes and bad bosses, and how to motivate your employees. If you're someone who wants to learn how to be a better leader at any stage in your career, we definitely recommend listing to this one. You might even want to take notes or check out the ones below!

Aug 14, 2017

Shareable Season 2 is here! And we're going deep. As in "deep dive." Get your head out of the gutter. In each episode, Jeff and his new co-host and producer Caroline are going to explore a different aspect of business with an expert leading the way. Our goal is to provide ya'll with very tangible, process-focused advice that you can act on right away. So grab your favorite pen and favorite piece of paper because it's about to get Shareable. SPECIAL THANKS TO Caroline, our Producer. Thanks for everything you do to make this show happen. Ray, our Audio Engineer. Thanks for cleaning up our voices and adding all that sexy production value. Friends with boats. Thank you for the joy of your company and the extra splash of fun you bring to our otherwise boat-less summers.

Jul 10, 2017

This week we’re bringing you a bonus episode as a teaser before the release of Shareable Season 2. Lindsay Adamson, speaker, life coach, and author of The Six Steps for Turning Your Passion into Profit is Jeff’s guest today. Jeff and Lindsay explore her approach to success; her journey from corporate to ex-pat to entrepreneur; and her compulsion for helping others achieve success. They dive deep into how she built her business. Lindsay debunks some common misconceptions about starting your online business. Spoiler! *It’s not easy* AND *It’s not for everyone* They get into beginners’ mistakes and don’t forget about technology! They talk about disconnecting and its affect on your productivity, creativity, and overall success. And Lindsay stuck around to answer a brand new round of rapid fire questions! We hope you enjoy this bonus episode and are patiently awaiting the return of Season 2.

May 31, 2017

On February 21st, we launched a new podcast called Shareable, a show recorded at the intersection of people and technology. We explored the pivotal moments in our guests’ lives where a person, technology, or both had a profound impact on them, forever shifting the direction of their career and life. And on May 31st, our first season has come to an end. 😢 BUT we'll be back soon with a whole new season, and we're trying something different. Also here's the link to the survey we mentioned. Please take a moment to fill it out, so we can make the show even better.

May 26, 2017

THE GUEST BECOMES THE HOST. THE HOST BECOMES THE GUEST.

This is Now You Do Me, where we switch roles and let our guest become the host and ask us anything they want to.

Enjoy.

Shareable listeners! This is the final episode of our first season! Bart Mroz and John Suder are here to celebrate this milestone with us! Today's topics of discussion are Jeff's entrepreneurial journey, hypothetical chicken slaughter, the advent of social, e-commerce, and all the other trains of thoughts crossing tracks between these guys. And don't worry! There is more Shareable to come! We're taking a short break for the month of June, BUT we're coming back in July with lots of new ideas and episodes! One final thing, would you like to help us take Shareable to the next level? Yup, we need ya to fill out a survey, so we can make the show even better! Finally, we want to thank you all for listening and supporting us during our first season. We love you, and we can't wait to bring more podcasts to your ears.

May 22, 2017

Hello Shareable community! It's hot this week in Philadelphia, and this episode is even hotter. It's the first episode recorded in our new podcast studio! Woo! And if you caught us on Facebook Live, then you know who's on this week! It's Bart Mroz! If you missed it, don't worry you can hear the whole episode right here and if you'd like to get the full picture watch us on Facebook. Bart Mroz is a long-time friend of Jeff's. He's the co-founder and CEO of SUMO Heavy, a digital commerce consulting and strategy firm. Bart is a serial entrepreneur, the founding partner of multiple consulting companies, and a thought leader who has been published in top eCommerce publications including Internet Retailer and AdExchanger. In this episode, Bart and Jeff dive right into technology and how it's advanced their lives and careers. Bart shares why having a bad boss was one of his most valuable lessons, and how his grandma influenced the way he treats his employees at SUMO Heavy. You definitely don't want to miss this episode. And shoutout to Alex Hillman for coining the acronym that everyone needs to internalize, "JFDI." THX, Alex.

May 19, 2017

THE GUEST BECOMES THE HOST. THE HOST BECOMES THE GUEST.

This is Now You Do Me, where we switch roles and let our guest become the host and ask us anything they want to.

Enjoy.

Hey listeners! TGIF! We've got a short Now You Do Me with Jason Falls as your host. Jason and Jeff get into middle school tropes, being the class clown, growing into yourself, letting go of being the next Knicks Point Guard or Quentin Tarantino, and going all in. We love these quick peaks into Jeff's mind. Take a listen and enjoy this lovely image. [caption id="attachment_1589" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Found photo of Jeff Gibbard in High School.[/caption]

May 15, 2017

Hello Shareable listeners, it's already mid-May! It's our 21st episode! Jason Falls is on Shareable! Jason Falls is a digital strategist and sought after speaker with a unique focus on conversation data. He's spoken in seven countries and on three continents. He also consults with large and small companies on digital marketing. In his spare time, he's engineering a startup called The Conversation Research Institute, which conducts market research for companies by analyzing online conversations and social media. Jason is a noted early adopter and influencer in the social media marketing space, who's speaking resume dates back to the mid-2000s. He loves the Pittsburgh Pirates; holds season tickets for his local pro soccer team; has two awesome kids; and describes bourbon as his spirit animal, plant, and mineral. Today, Jason and Jeff talk about the path to success. They link ego, humility, likability, fear of the unknown, and communication skills back to their own successes. They also share gripes about changing technology and their willingness to adapt, while remaining up-to-date. This episode hits on key anxieties that we all have about achieving success. So if you're feeling anxious about any of these things, take a listen from two dudes that have been there.

May 12, 2017

THE GUEST BECOMES THE HOST. THE HOST BECOMES THE GUEST.

This is Now You Do Me, where we switch roles and let our guest become the host and ask us anything they want to.

Enjoy.

Shareable listeners, you probably could have guessed this, but we brought Amy R. Brooks back to host your Friday morning Now You Do Me. Today, Amy and Jeff talk about why Jeff wants to write a book, the value of reading, shitty first drafts, ideal readers, and other tips on how to write a book. Again, we're recommending listening to this one if you've been stuck trying to write your book because who doesn't want free advice, right? And if you felt the podcast chemistry between these two and want to hear more of their conversations, Jeff will be appearing on a future episode of Amy's podcast: Voice Pen Purpose, which we will add into the show notes once it's published.

May 8, 2017

Hello Shareable Community! We're here at our 20th episode, and we brought Amy R. Brooks on to celebrate this milestone. Introduced to us by good friend of the show - Doug Sandler - Amy is a writing coach for established entrepreneurs who are ready to expand their brand by writing a book that shares their message. She hosts the VoicePenPurpose podcast for first time authors, offers consulting and publishing services, and will be hosting writing retreats in Costa Rica beginning this summer. Amy is the author of three books and has co-authored, ghostwritten, and published many more. We couldn't have wished for a better 20th episode! Just in the first five minutes, Amy and Jeff exchange writing tips that have already impacted how I, the producer, think about my writing process. They talk about writing rituals, tips, tricks, processes, productivity, and strategies. So if you've been stuck trying to write the great American novel or anything else for that matter, you don't want to miss this episode!

May 5, 2017

THE GUEST BECOMES THE HOST. THE HOST BECOMES THE GUEST.

This is Now You Do Me, where we switch roles and let our guest become the host and ask us anything they want to.

Enjoy.

Hey Shareable listeners, we rebooted the Wonder Twins. That's right, Lynette Young is back as your host of Now You Do Me and she's interviewing Jeff Gibbard or "Mr. Social Sexy." Today, Lynette and Jeff get into public speaking, social media, audiences, the textbook definition of "entrepreneur," and a whole bunch of other good stuff. Trust us, pop those earbuds in, and make it Shareable.

May 1, 2017

Hello Shareable Community! It's May! Finally, we're ready for the warm weather and sunshine. We'd thought we usher those good vibes in with our old friend Lynette Young. Lynette is a marketing technology professional, speaker, and published author with a focus on digital marketing and implementation services. Outside her speaking, Lynette spends her days as co-founder and Sorceress of Marketing at ClaimWizard, a SaaS platform specifically created for the public adjuster and advocacy industry. She's a sought after expert in social media marketing technology since 2006, who has worked with clients of all sizes ranging from Google, Twitter, Harlequin Publishing, and American Airlines to HVAC installers, an email marketing service provider, local appliance retailers, other agencies, corporate franchises, and public adjusting firms. And she's a lifelong Jersey Girl, who lives between Philadelphia and New York City. Ya'll aren't going to want to miss this one. These wonder twins talk entrepreneurship, Iron Man iPhone capabilities, podcasting, and technology through the ages. Go ahead, click that play button and enjoy.

Apr 28, 2017

THE GUEST BECOMES THE HOST. THE HOST BECOMES THE GUEST.

This is Now You Do Me, where we switch roles and let our guest become the host and ask us anything they want to.

Enjoy.

Hey, it's Friday, and you know who we've got? Aaron Walker! Big A! Today, Aaron and Jeff are talking to you about some deep topics: identity, values, relationships, fear, homelessness, and life and death plans. Yeah, some pretty real stuff. This is not your average Now You Do Me. Aaron is a skilled host, who came prepared. You are not going to want to miss this one!

Apr 24, 2017

Hello Shareable community! Here we are again, finally nearing the end of April, and we've got Matt Miller in the house! Matt graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1989 and was an Air Force pilot for 9 years.Post-military, Matt worked in both the medical and advertising fields as a top performer. His long-term desire was to start a business to build a lifestyle based on freedom and choice. A conversation with a good friend led him on a 10-year business quest that has brought Matt's franchising company to the cutting edge of both the vending and school fundraising industries. Starting with an investment of $100 he has built School Spirit Vending into a multi-million dollar vending business. Friends, Matt's a pretty interesting dude with a complicated entrepreneurial journey, as they tend to be. We get into his setbacks, and how he used technology and advice from meaningful relationships to overcome them. We also got to talk about the cool stuff he does besides running a franchise and raising over 4 million dollars for schools like his comic book company. There? Ya hooked? Okay good, now go listen.

Apr 21, 2017

THE GUEST BECOMES THE HOST. THE HOST BECOMES THE GUEST.

This is Now You Do Me, where we switch roles and let our guest become the host and ask us anything they want to.

Enjoy.

It's finally Friday! And we needed more Jon Steiert, so he's back, and he's your host of Now You Do Me. Jon and Jeff are just chillen' today, chatting about comedies, sportz, street hockey side pieces, carbs, and menu-food regrets. It's always the mac and cheese. Always the mac and cheese. So tune in for this very Shareable episode!

Apr 20, 2017

Hey, it's Thursday! Our almost-Friday gift to you is here. It's Jon Steiert. And boy are we excited to have this guy on the show! Do you know who Jon Steiert is, and why we were so stoked to have him on? He was True Voice Media's first employee! And since then, he's spread his wings to leave the True Voice nest, and become kind of a big deal at Pet360. Full disclosure: Pet360 is one our clients, and a lot of that is thanks to Jon helping us find our way to each other. At Pet360, Jon is the senior manager of E-commerce content. Fancy, right? He's a lover of his wife, comedy, hockey, and, of course, animals. If we could turn time capsules into audio entertainment this would be it. This episode is a special one because Jeff and Jon get to go back in time to the birth of our agency and talk about everything that's happened since. If you love learning about humble beginnings this is a great episode to listen to because you won't only hear about how True Voice Media got started, but also how Jon got his start in social. In Jon's own word's, "I have a career thanks to Jeff Gibbard." So go on, put those earbuds in, and enjoy this Delorean ride into some very shareable history.

Apr 18, 2017

THE GUEST BECOMES THE HOST. THE HOST BECOMES THE GUEST.

This is Now You Do Me, where we switch roles and let our guest become the host and ask us anything they want to.

Enjoy.

Yo Scott Dubois brought his A-game as today's host of Now You Do Me. He dove right in asking Jeff about the technology that's going to change the future, the tools that make his life easier, and the people that make True Voice Media run every day. He also hit Jeff with some tough rapid fire questions like sushi or steak? C'mon man! Who can make that choice? You're going to have to listen to find out how Jeff answered each of those questions. But we will say that he gets into manipulation of the human genome. So yeah, don't miss this one, and don't miss Scott crushing it as our host. Oh and check out his landing page for this episode!

Apr 17, 2017

Happy Monday Shareable listeners! Today, we've got Scott Dubois on the show! Who is he? Well we'll tell ya. Scott is the cofounder of Pidalia, a digital agency that provides clients with solutions to their challenges in advertising, software design, and business process management. With an extensive background in information technology, Scott specializes in media selection, campaign strategy, and analytics. He also applies knowledge of business processes through consultation with clients. His consulting focuses on enhancing his clients’ relationships with existing audiences and helping them reach new audiences. Awesome, right? As Jeff points out, these guys have a lot in common. Here's what's in store in this episode: Facebook vs. Snapchat, AI, agency life, and just two digital marketers trading tips.

Apr 14, 2017

THE GUEST BECOMES THE HOST. THE HOST BECOMES THE GUEST.

This is Now You Do Me, where we switch roles and let our guest become the host and ask us anything they want to.

Enjoy.

Good Morning Shareable listeners! Santos Gonzalez is super excited to be your host of today's Now You Do Me. And he's getting right into it. Santos is talking to Jeff about footwear, entrepreneurship in Philadelphia, winning, rebuilding, and learning. If you enjoyed yesterday's interview with Santos, you love him as your host, and you'll enjoy another peek into Jeff Gibbard's vast and endless mind. So, pop those earbuds in because this is very Shareable. Oh and don't forget! If you download Santos's App ManeStreem, you'll get 30% off of your first purchase. Now, you have no excuse to skip your favorite beauty rituals! In fact, I'm gonna stop writing this post and go get my nails did..........bye!

Apr 13, 2017

Hello Shareable family! We've got Santos Gonzalez on the show today! Full disclosure: Santos is one of our clients at True Voice Media, and he's one of Jeff's bros, so you'll definitely hear these guys bro out during the episode. Santos is the CEO and Founder of ManeStreem, a beauty on demand app. It's like Uber for beauty. If you want to get a haircut, manicure, massage, you just open up your ManeStreem app, select your service, and it comes to you. Wild, right? Before the app, Santos wrote a real-estate book, worked for The Philadelphia Inquirer, and then left the corporate world to start his app. So he's an entrepreneur turned corporate man turned entrepreneur again. Listeners, you may love this episode simply because listening to Santos talk about anything is energizing. But beyond that, you'll hear Jeff and Santos get into innovation, passion, future technology, role models, team building, and so much more. You won't want to miss this lovable bro sesh. Oh and one more thing, if you download the ManeStreem App and use the promo code JEFF, you'll get 30% off of your first purchase.

Apr 12, 2017

Shareable listeners, boy are we excited to bring you today's episode. Episodes like this one are the reason why we started this podcast: to share incredible stories about people and technology. Aaron Walker is our guest this week. He has inspired many through his leadership, mentorship, and consistent pursuit of excellence. He enjoys helping others and believes experience is a great teacher. Aaron continues to reach new heights and broaden his perspective by examining his life events and growing from them. Aaron’s new book, where he goes more in-depth into those experiences, is called View From The Top, which will be released June 2017. Aaron's got one hell of a story. You could call him the ultimate comeback kid, or you could call his experience exemplary of the human struggle. However you interpret it, the man's been through a lot, most of which he manages to summarize in the first five minutes of the show, but here's why you should stick around for the rest of the episode; despite his successful business, retirement, and re-entrance in the working world, Aaron's life "came to a screeching halt," leaving him feeling lost, but this very experience eventually shaped Aaron into the person he is today. And most of us have a story like that, or if we don't, we might be at the beginning of our story unable to see where we'll end up and if it's all worth it. No matter where you're at in your journey, take a listen to this episode because we can all use a little perspective. Click to tweet: "Always know, unless you ask." -Aaron Walker

  • Running time: 45:33
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SHOW NOTES How Aaron uses tech: Aaron is obviously an early adopter, 10/10 on the tech ease of use scale, and content producer, but how is he using technology on the daily? He's a proactive learner, conference junkie, who's constantly working on personal improvement and finding ways to incorporate technology into that process. One thing you can go do today: Stop lying to yourself, and conduct a personal assessment of what you want and where you want to be. Apps in his Dock: Messages, Phone, Facebook, & Gmail One app he can't live without: TextExpander Last Social Media left standing: Facebook One book you should read: How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie (we know we've mentioned this before, but now you know you just have to read it) Desired Superpower: To build relationships even faster ADDITIONAL NOTES viewfromthetop/shareable CONNECT WITH JEFF

CONNECT WITH AARON

SPECIAL THANKS TO Caroline, our Producer. Thanks for everything you do to make this show happen. Ray, our Audio Engineer. Thanks for cleaning up our voices and adding all that sexy production value. John Lithgow. We want to thank you, but we're also confused. How are you always playing a lovable murderer? @trailanderror

Apr 10, 2017

Hello Shareable Community! We're starting off the week with our good pal Nick Eubanks! Here's the scoop on our guest! He's a 5x digital entrepreneur with experience building and scaling sites in UGC, Ecommerce, and premium content. Nick's a lover of all things cars, wine, watches, and whiskey. Heavy on 311, light on Country. In this episode, Nick and Jeff get real about the struggles of entrepreneurship. A lot of the times, entrepreneurs paint a purposeful picture of themselves loving every moment of the grind, when for many the grind is in fact a fucking grind. Nick really opened up about his entrepreneurial journey. A journey full of bad partnerships, unreasonable standards, looming bankruptcies, and heartbreak. BUT he also shares the true highs that an entrepreneurial lifestyle can bring. We loved this episode because it offers fuller view of entrepreneurship, so this one's for those of you going through it. Ten years in. Overnight success. Whatever! We know you have struggled. Come join us for 44 minutes for a good group bitch sesh and hopefully some reaffirmation from Nick and Jeff.

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