Episode 623 – How To Adapt – Cope – Flex In Uncertain And Challenging Buisness Times with Rick Lochner

Rick Lochner is the President of RPC Leadership Associates, Inc. where he helps Business Owners Make Leadership a Way of Life. A Certified Veteran-Owned Business, he helps clients align their businesses to enjoy sustainable success on their terms. Rick is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and has over 30…

Episode 621 – How Can The F-Word Change Your Life? with Dr. Cheryl Lentz

Known as the Academic Entrepreneur, Dr. Cheryl is a unique and dynamic speaker who intensely connects with her audience, having one foot in academia and one foot in the business and entrepreneurial space. Her goal is to offer the audience pearls of wisdom today they can use tomorrow in their personal and professional lives. It…

Episode 620 – What Business & Life Lessons Can You Take Away From 2020?

Who could have predicted what 2020 would be a tumultuous year? Every year has a degree of ebbs and flows, but this year was unique. What did you learn from the challenges that were presented? How can you take what you learned and apply it looking forward to 2021? There are three key lessons I…

Episode 610 – How To Make Virtual One-On-Ones More Proactive & Productive

If we took a way-back machine to December 2019, you probably never would have guessed that you would be networking almost 100% online? Zoom has been a savior and a bain for many, but here we are living in a virtual networking world. One-on-ones are one of the best ways to grow your business, but…

Episode 608 – Finding The Influencers to Make Your Content Go Viral

In his book, “The Tipping Point”, Malcolm Gladwell discusses how viruses spread. We are not only talking about the medical kind, but the ones that influence people and culture. Viruses usually start small and grow slowly, but there becomes a tipping point where it srats to gain momentum to the point where it’s hard to…

Episode 606 – The 4 People You Should Positively Be Marketing To

Networking has changed and so have our businesses. If you are like me, we spend a lot of time on Zoom. I am here to tell you Zoom Fatigue is REAL! Meeting online increases our cognitive load because several of its features take up a lot of conscious capacity… and add caring for a puppy…

Episode 604 – Pull The Common Thread That Holds Us All Together

Our last dog (Buddy Guy) never really would destroy his toys. Our new dog Layla is a completely different animal. She believes her purpose in live to find and spit the stuffing out of every toy you give her. She works the toy to find the string she can pull that will unlock the treasure…

Episode 602 – How New Customers Can Be Like Getting A New Puppy

On a past podcast, I discussed the crazy idea we had of trying to adopt a dog and the lessons learned through the process. Well, a week ago we left downtown Chicago with a new 11-month-old puppy named Layla in the back of my SUV. We have adopted 5 rescue dogs over the last few…

Episode 579 – What Does Good Mean In Your Business with Mark S. Babbitt

Mark S. Babbitt is President of WorqIQ, a community and change management consultancy that helps organizations understand leadership’s impact on culture and their collective level of Workplace Intelligence (WQ). Mark is also CEO and Founder of YouTern, a career site that enables college students and young professionals to find their first or next internship or…

Episode 575 – From B2b To H2h – Embracing The New Reality with JV Crum III

Are you an entrepreneur on a mission to make an impact and build a highly profitable business? Stay tuned! Named by Inc Magazine as one of the Top 13 Business Shows, JV Crum III hosts the Conscious Millionaire Podcast and Radio Network with over 12 Million Listeners and over 2,000 episodes heard in 190 countries.…