Episode 123 - Mindy Gibbins-Klein discusses her book The Thoughtful Leader and ways to use your head and your heart to inspire others. Mindy is an award-winning author, TedX speaker, and thought leadership strategist. An MBA graduate in International Business, Mindy is a trained coach and marketing consultant with over 18 years of experience in the corporate world, largely running marketing departments. Listen for five action items you can use today.
Episode 123- Lee Bartlett discusses his book The Number One Best Seller and the mindset, strategy and processes of a top salesman (or woman). Lee has enjoyed a highly successful sales career working for a variety of tier 1 institutions. He has held roles in large US, UK and European-based corporations, and sold extensively across most countries in these regions, as well as in Asia. Listen for five action items you can use today.
Episode 122 – Dorie Clark discusses her book Entrepreneurial You and ways to monetize your expertise, create multiple income streams and thrive as a solo entrepreneur. Dorie is a best-selling author, a frequent contributor in places like the Harvard Business Review and The Wall Street Journal, and she is an Adjunct Professor of Business Administration Duke University. Listen for action items you can use today.
Episode 121 – Stacey Hanke discusses her book Influence Redefined and ways to be the leader you were meant to be. Stacy is an executive mentor, a popular trainer and keynote speaker. Her clients include big brands like Coca Cola, Nationwide, GE, Kohl’s and many others. You’ve seen her in the New York Times and on SmartMoney. Listen for action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice.
Episode 120 – Mary Lamia discusses her book What Motivates Getting Things Done and ways to harness procrastination, manage your emotions and boost your success in business. Mary is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, as well as professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley. Her book Emotions! won the Family Choice Award and you’ve seen her in places like ABC, Fox and the New York Times, Woman’s Day. She’s a regular blogger at Psychology Today.
Episode 119 – Vanessa Van Edwards discusses her book Captivate and the science of succeeding with people. Vanessa is a national best selling author and the lead investigator at human behavior research lab, Science of People. She writes for Entrepreneur Magazine and the Huffington Post, and runs original research experiments on the science of leadership, human lie detection, body language hacks, the psychology of attraction and successful people skills. Listen for action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice.
Episode 118 – Mitch Axelrod discusses his book The New Game of Selling and ways to attract, convert and keep more customers. Mitch is a guest lecturer at Harvard and his strategies have been adopted by thousands of companies from, Pfizer and Prudential, to small, medium and home-based businesses in 35 countries. Stay tuned after the interview for action items and bonus comments.
Episode 117 – Colin Shaw discusses his book The Intuitive Customer and imperatives for moving your customer experience to the next level. Colin has been recognized by LinkedIn as one as one of the world’s top Business Influencers and he was voted by Brand Quarterly as one of the ‘worlds top 50 Marketing thought leaders over 50’ for the last 2 years. Includes three action items you can use today.
Episode 116 – Lisa Magnuson discusses her book The TOP Seller Advantage and powerful strategies to build long-term executive relationships. Lisa is Chief Corporate Sales Strategist at Top Line Sales and a former sales team leader at companies like Xerox, Ikon and others. It is important for high-level sales folks to reach the executive level of an organization, but that isn’t always an easy thing to do. Lisa steps us through specific tactics to sell to the C-Suite and nurture executive relationships. Includes three action items you can use today.
Episode 115 – Nathan Hirsch discusses ways to leverage freelance resources to build a million dollar business. Nathan Hirsch is a serial entrepreneur who is an expert in hiring remote workers and eCommerce business. He co-founded his first company out of his dorm room in 2009 drop shipping products on Amazon.com and built it to sell over $20 million worth of products over 5 years. In 2015, Nathan co-founded FreeeUp.com, an online hiring marketplace of workers in eCommerce, digital marketing and virtual assistance.