Episode 554 – Three Things Every Business Should Do During A Time Of Crisis?

When I ran my business in the 1990’s I was faced with a disaster that took me by surprise and almost shut my business down. Our recording studio was flooded with raw sewage and it took months to recover from. We did what we could do to keep the doors open and get by, but…

Episode 551 – The 5 Lies CEOs Tell Themselves with Mark SA Smith

Mark S A Smith: Working in the world of technology since 1982, Mark uses systems thinking to help organizations successfully bring new, disruptive technology to market by orchestrating compelling, strategic conversations with executives. Mark’s authored many books including include his latest Pivot to Profit from IT Disruption, Security in the Boardroom, Linux in the Boardroom,…

Episode 541 – Don’t Put All Your Eggs In One Basket – Make A Marketing Omelette with Roman Prokopchuk

Roman Prokopchuk is a first-generation immigrant from Lviv, Ukraine. He came to the United States with 6 other family members to a 2 bedroom apartment from Ukraine, which was still under the Soviet Union at the time. Roman went to college to study criminal justice and interned with the Secret Service. When the 2008 recession…

Episode 533 – Foresight Is 2020 – Why Investing In Human Capital Is Critical with Karen Kimsey Sward

Karen has the vision and experience to help your company, identify what is holding it back from realizing its true potential, to help you strategize and implement the change and processes that produce the measurable results you desire. She has helped companies in multiple industries and service sectors throughout her career. Karen is a sought…

Episode 526 – Foresight is 2020 – What You Need To Do NOW To Get Your Website Ready

It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call the Twilight Zone. At this time at the end of the year, it’s kind of…

Episode 525 – Thinking Of Starting A Business In 2020? Start Here with Pam Jordan and Stan Padgett

Pam Jordan has worked with small businesses for over 15 years as a MBA Business Accountant and Fractional CFO. Also known as The Profit Finder, she has helped start-ups to multi-million dollar companies improve their profits, manage their cash flow and reach their financial goals. Stan Padgett has been a business trial lawyer for over…

Episode 520 – Does it Pay To Join The Online Pay To Play Game? It’s a Gamble?

Social media has truly become more media, and less social. All platforms are based on selling something (mostly ads), and they tilt the scales in their favor. Business pages in Facebook are lucky to get 1-2% of their likes (fans) to see any post without boosting or paid advertising. Even LinkedIn is starting to clamp…

Episode 498 – What’s Next? Stop Reinventing When You Can Easily Pivot?

Reinvention often means scrapping everything and starting from scratch, or trying to take something that someone has already created, and trying to do it better (the better mouse trap). Starting from scratch takes a lot of time and resources. But, sometimes it’s worth it. For example take Apple and how they went from a company…

Episode 461 – Building Community With An Online Summit with Charlie Wedel

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.

Episode 441 – Change Is Not Always Better… But Better Is Always Change with Warren Whitlock

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.