Shareable listeners! We've reached the end of Season 2! Already!
We hope you've enjoyed all of the deep dives we brought your way on topics like sales, public speaking, leadership, management, and much more.
We felt it like it was only fitting to end the season with one of our favorite guests and our first guest, yes that's right, it's DOUG MOTHER F*CKING SANDLER!
Ya'll know Doug, but a lots been happening for him since we last spoke. His podcast, Nice Guys on Business, has reached over 1 million downloads! 1 MILLION. That's nuts. We're so proud! Him and Strickland have been crushing it.
And they've started a new venture called Turnkey podcasting, where they tailor make podcasts that showcase your expertise in your field.
Today's episode is more of a free-flowing discussion between Doug, Jeff, and Caroline, but we'll talk about building an audience, podcast production, and anything else that comes up along the way! We hope you enjoy because we sure did.
Hey there, Shareable listeners!
We hope you enjoyed public speaking week and all of the wisdom that our guests brought to your ears!
This week, we're bringing another boss-ass lady your way! It's Jennifer Iannolo, pronounced (Ya-know-low)!
As a featured speaker for the U.S. State Department, Jennifer travels the world igniting women's empowerment and entrepreneurship through talks and workshops, where she encourages young women to examine “How to Have It All."
In 2015, she launched The Concordia Project™ to start a global conversation of inclusive empowerment, as well as programs to guide young women through their key decision-making moments in life. And she recently shared those insights at UN Headquarters during the 61st Commission on the Status of Women.
AND on top of all that. She's the co-creator of Culinary Media Network® — the world’s first all-food podcast channel. She’s been featured on tv, in Bloomberg Businessweek, the New York Times bestseller list, and the documentary Eat. Cook. Love.
In this episode, she teaches us how to ignite empowerment in our employees. We get in to the differences between how men and women approach this topic and where those differences come from in the first place. This conversation is for everyone, offering a fuller picture of what motivates us in the workplace and how we can empower each other to get shit done.
Hey, it's the last day of Public Speaking week!
We hope you've enjoyed the amazing public speakers we've already brought your way, and now we're finishing up strong with Mike Ganino, Jeff's very own best friend!
Mike has spent over 20 years in the hospitality, travel, and tech industry helping to grow iconic brands like ChowNow, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Lettuce Entertain You, Yum Brands, Pressed Juicery, and Protein Bar. He's trained and performed improvisation at the world-famous Second City, Upright Citizen's Brigade, and Improv Olympics.
Now, he delivers keynote speeches, leads workshops on all the things that drive radical cultures: collaboration, leadership, vision and values creation, human resources, and customer service.
And in this episode, he's gonna talk to us about how to use improv to improve your company culture. Enjoy!
Shareable listeners! We're bringing you another week packed with new episodes, but this time they're all about public speaking. Some of us embrace it, many of us fear it, and Jeff and Caroline set out to conquer it with three deep dive episodes with public speakers sharing their advice on the subject and bunch of other great stuff. Our first guest is Aaron Beverly! By day Aaron is an established banker working as a project manager at J.P. Morgan's Cross Line of Business department. And by night, he's a paid public speaker and 2nd place winner in the Toastmasters International World Championship of public speaking. In this episode, Aaron discusses his method of preparing for a big speech, and shares his experience overcoming his own shyness on stage. This episode is great for anyone looking to improve their public speaking skills. And let's face it that includes most of us. Enjoy!
Hello there! Today we're bringing you Dorie Clark for our second episode of public speaking week! Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review. She's recognized as a “branding expert” by the Associated Press, Fortune, and Inc. magazine, AND she is the author of Entrepreneurial You (Harvard Business Review Press,), Reinventing You, and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine and one of the Top 10 Business Books of the Year by Forbes. In this episode, she walks us through how she diversified her revenue stream and what that process looks like. For anyone looking to start even one other revenue stream, take a listen to check out how Dorie did just that through blogging, writing, and public speaking. Enjoy!