13 episodes

The Easton.Online Podcast is for martial arts school owners and managers.

Each episode features guests with stories, strategies and resources which can help you establish or enhance your business with best practices.

Most importantly, we’ll help you get back to doing what you love.

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The Easton.Online Podcast is for martial arts school owners and managers.

Each episode features guests with stories, strategies and resources which can help you establish or enhance your business with best practices.

Most importantly, we’ll help you get back to doing what you love.

Visit Easton.Online for more.

    Finding Calm in Chaos - Josh Dinar (E13)

    Finding Calm in Chaos - Josh Dinar (E13)

    Josh Dinar is the co-founder and publisher of DiningOut Magazine, a successful publication that showcases the restaurant culture in Denver and Boulder since 1998. Josh has consulted on and has ownership stakes in several of the most popular and successful eateries in the area. Josh is also heavily involved as a volunteer in his community, sitting on several non-profit boards.

    Full Video & Transcript: https://www.easton.online/blog/josh-dinar

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Honest, Human Business Models - Jake Bell (E12)

    Honest, Human Business Models - Jake Bell (E12)

    Jake Bell is a BJJ brown belt and an expert in sales and leadership. Jake has been an essential component in the development of Easton's SOPs, business operating systems, and overall business model.

    Full Video & Transcript: https://www.easton.online/blog/jake-bell

    • 58 min
    Building Employees Up— Van Tran (E11)

    Building Employees Up— Van Tran (E11)

    Van Tran is the Creative Director of Easton Training Center and Easton Denver's Academy Operations Director. She began working for Easton in 2012 and has experienced the company's transformation first hand.

    Full Video & Transcript: https://www.easton.online/blog/van-tran

    • 52 min
    Business Growth, Self-Reliance, & Having a Vision— Park Roberts (E10)

    Business Growth, Self-Reliance, & Having a Vision— Park Roberts (E10)

    Boulder Athletics owner and coach Park Roberts joins the podcast to discuss startup business tactics, establishing a vision, and why it is important to do hard things. Park directed Easton Training Center's Crossfit program for years and went on to open his own fitness gym, Boulder Athletics, in 2016.

    Full Video & Transcript: https://www.easton.online/blog/park-roberts

    • 56 min
    First Impressions, Trust Employees & Build People Up— Sarah Rochniak (E9)

    First Impressions, Trust Employees & Build People Up— Sarah Rochniak (E9)

    Sarah Rochniak joins the podcast to discuss her role as Easton Training Center Boulder's Director of First Impressions, how to navigate employee relationships, and her experience as an extrovert in position of power. Sarah emphasizes the importance of not taking things personally, working for "the team," and taking the time to train people (even when this does not appear on your job description).

    Full Video & Transcript: https://www.easton.online/blog/sarah-rochniak

    • 48 min
    E8: Larry Dressler -- Authentic Engagement & Collaboration

    E8: Larry Dressler -- Authentic Engagement & Collaboration

    Larry Dressler has designed and facilitated high-stakes conversations for over 25 years. He's advised leaders at Easton, Facebook, and Nike. Larry is the author of Consensus Through Conversation and Standing in the Fire: Leading High- Heat Meetings with Clarity, Calm, and Courage.

    For more information about Larry, his services and his blog, visit his website: http://bluewingconsulting.com

    Video/Transcript:  https://www.easton.online/blog/e8-larry-dressler-authentic-engagement-collaboration

    • 1 hr

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