Charlie Wedel is the CEO of 5D Creations, a creative design agency focused on website design and development for entrepreneurs and small to medium-sized businesses. With his passion for spirituality and consciousness, he brings a unique approach to website and graphic design that brings in the unique energy blueprint of the business and presents a finished product that every client is proud of and excited to share with the world. In addition to designing and developing, he also teaches people how to design and manage their own WordPress website.
Hi. I’m Warren Whitlock. My mission is to help brands improve the results of their digital marketing.
I started creating content for marketing when “new media” meant we could combine multiple slide projectors for a presentation. By the time I went online in 1981, I’d learned to push for better technology whenever it allowed us to achieve our objectives.
Throughout my career, I have created new strategies to use influence and persuasion to help people get what they want. I set hard sales goals and measured performance but never forget that people hate to be sold, but love to buy. I have been an entrepreneur in the computer, publishing, and media,
I look for collaborations where brands can share resources, extend their reach and give customers an experience they will want to share with others. I am currently partnering with IBM Futurists and a few brands and startups along with keynotes where I can engage executives transforming their organizations for an abundant future.
Episode 437 – Don’t Just Build A Business But Make A Difference – The Hero Factor with Jeffrey Hayzlett
Jeffrey is a leading business expert, cited in Forbes, SUCCESS, Mashable, Marketing Week and Chief Executive, among many others. He shares his executive insight and commentary on television networks like Bloomberg, MSNBC, Fox Business, and C-Suite TV. Hayzlett is a former Bloomberg contributing editor and primetime host, and has appeared as a guest celebrity judge on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice with Donald Trump for three seasons. He is a turnaround architect of the highest order, a maverick marketer and C-Suite executive who delivers scalable campaigns, embraces traditional modes of customer engagement, and possesses a remarkable cachet of mentorship, corporate governance, and brand building.
Michael has been writing software for nearly 20 years. Working as a consultant for most of his career, he has been exposed to a variety of technologies and techniques used in the development of custom software. He currently works in a number of programming languages which he uses to help build solutions for companies looking to improve a specific process or solve an existing business problem.
From desktop to web and mobile solutions, he has built applications for small and large businesses tailored to thier unique requirements and needs. His organized, detail-oriented approach to software development allows for the creation of a project lifecyle which clients have full involvement in. This produces software that focuses on user experience and efficiency while reducing unnecessary costs and system maintenance over time.
Always looking to learn new things, he is involved in a number of software development user groups and mastermind groups. As a loving husband and father of two, he enjoys his time away from the keyboard with his family exploring the outdoors, traveling, and making memories.
As the year draws to a close, I reflect back about all I have learned. I had so man great interviews with CEOs, CMO’s and an whole bunch of other Os who helped me (and hopefully you) learn about what was trending during the last year!
There are some things that I have seen recently, that I think will definitely influence how we need to communicate with new and old customers in the coming year. Some are pretty straight forward while others are a bit more controversial…
What’s Old Is New
Social Media Under Fire
More Targeted Relationship Marketing
The Death Of The Talking Head
Change Is Inevitable
In this episode, I will lay out my ideas about what you need to thing about and pay attention to in the coming year! Thanks for being a new or avid listener, and please share this podcast with your friends and associates. I would love to get your subscribes, and reviews and other podcast listening platforms. Thanks and Happy New Year!
Chris Voss has been a CEO and Serial Entrepreneur for over 31 years, building and managing a multitude of corporations in differing fields of industry. He’s a Forbes Top 50 Social Media Influencer, Top Retweeted influencer by other social media influencers, Consultant, Trainer, Speaker, Photographer, Travel Blogger, Seen on Forbes, CNN, Huff Po, Alltop, etc.
Have you ever found something not working only to find you never turned the power on? In the world of electronics and troubleshooting, you start at the end first and work your way back to the source.
When it comes to success, I would like to offer you a similar solution. Most of the time people focus on tasks, then milestones, then goals, but I suggest that you go in rever order (reverse engineer). Start with the goal, build the milestones, and then outline the tasks.
I like to view success as a bridge between action and acquisition. Many people measure success by the acquisition of money, while others measure it differently…
Happy Team Members?
Happy Life? Lifestyle? Self?
In this episode, I will discuss how I use my goal of running a 5K race and how I use goals, milestones, and tasks to achieve success.
Ryan McShane, has been serving the Human Resources Profession for over 20 years and currently operates a consulting firm specializing in Human Resources, Leadership Development and Career Transitions Consulting called HR Evolution.
Episode 368 – What Is The Perfect Marketing Strategy For Your Business? Part 3 – Targeting New Customers
Part of the Perfect Marketing Strategy is looking forward to how you can grow your business through obtaining new sales with new customers. Hopefully, you have explored your past sales and found some trends that can help you see the opportunities ahead.
People tend to buy from an emotional perspective. Those emotions are tied to benefits, not features. You have to map out a strategy that helps people feel that you will make them feel better (more so than just getting the best deal).
Episode 366 – What Is The Perfect Marketing Strategy For Your Business? – Part 2 – Mining Your Sales Data
As you start to plan out your Perfect Marketing Strategy, it always a good idea to look back before moving forward. Most all of this data can be found in your accounting system (Quickbooks or other). It should be reviewed monthly, quarterly, and annually. By mapping out your most recent sales, you have a good overview of the current state of your market segments.
This is part two of an 8 part podcast series. In this episode, we will cover how to map out that data and how it can give you analytics that will help you map out future sales.