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 548 – Embrace Disruption By Changing The Way You Think About Change!

Change happens. Change is inevitable. Change is a process. It’s a lot of things, but often never easy. Especially when it involves multiple people, with multiple objectives, and multiple points of view. When you are working with a diverse group of people that you are trying to convince to change things, you have to see…

Episode 547 – Best Of – How To Eat An Elephant & Land A Whale with Mark S. A. Smith

Mark S. A. Smith designs and implements customer acquisition systems that find and recruit customers for disruptive products. He speaks at entrepreneurial events delivering pragmatic ideas to grow and succeed. He is an electrical engineer, media technologist, computer programmer, hardware salesman, software marketer, and business owner who works with leaders who must develop the best…

Episode 543 – Best Of – The Psychology Of Social Media with Brian Kinghorn – Part 2

Brian E. Kinghorn, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundations at Marshall University. He earned his doctorate in educational psychology and educational technology at Michigan State University. Dr. Kinghorn teaches courses in Educational Psychology, Human Development, Elementary Science, and the Psychology of Social Media. His writing and research interests include learning from teaching, social media in education, and the psychology of social media. He also presents inquiry-based science assemblies at elementary schools with Junior Science World, a company he founded in 2009. He and his wife Leah are the parents of 8 children.

Episode 542 – Best Of – The Psychology Of Social Media with Brian Kinghorn – Part 1

Brian E. Kinghorn, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundations at Marshall University. He earned his doctorate in educational psychology and educational technology at Michigan State University. Dr. Kinghorn teaches courses in Educational Psychology, Human Development, Elementary Science, and the Psychology of Social Media. His writing and research interests include learning from teaching, social media in education, and the psychology of social media. He also presents inquiry-based science assemblies at elementary schools with Junior Science World, a company he founded in 2009. He and his wife Leah are the parents of 8 children.

Episode 528 – Foresight is 2020 – Why You Need To Recommit To Email Marketing?

As part of my Foresight 2020 series (looking back to forge ahead to make next year the best year ever), I wanted to explore how and why I think email marketing is going to be bigger and better than ever next year). Looking into my “Zoltar” crystal ball, I can see that social media will…

Episode 519 – Understanding Your Mind Type with Ridgely Goldsborough

Author and International Speaker, Ridgely Goldsborough, believes in solving problems and taking complex and challenging topics and making sense out of them. He started his first business at 16 and since graduating from Law School in 1987 has founded 43 companies. Ridgely is the founder of Mind Types, a cutting program based on limbic messaging…

Episode 518 – Give Your Content A Little Bit Of R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

What you want Baby, I got it What you need Do you know I got it? All I’m askin’ Is for a little respect That song was a theme song for a generation of women, but today we all could use a little more R.E.S.P.E.C.T. with our content marketing. RESPECT  is defined as a feeling…

Episode 514 – How Ordinary People Help With Your Zone Of Genius?

There is a lot you can learn from history. In two different movies I’ve recently watched (“The Darkest Hour” and “Dunkirk”). I saw the depths of the human condition and formed a clearer understanding and perspective of the people from Great Britain and their struggles at the early stages of World War II. These were…

Episode 506 – How Does Making Yourself Obsolete Makes you More Valuable Now?

Most businesses are busy trying to create customers for life. But in some cases, It makes more sense to make you and your services become obsolete to customers. This is especially true if you are in the coaching, medical, or legal fields! Customers come to you with a problem, and it’s your job to fix…