Mark Potter has dedicated over 25 years to the printing industry. He has created brands, authored books, and built a business from scratch. However, his real passion is helping other people tell the story of what they are passionate about. Through his company, Conduit Inc. and his flagship magazine, CANVAS, he has helped countless businesses clarify their strategy and deepen their connections with clients. Brush Strokes is a new podcast that brings some of these stories to life and every episode is designed to help you think and communicate clearly so you can have a greater impact.
Jerry Rollins is an ex-hockey player who fought to stay in the game. He then fought his way to the top of the business world. He spent some time sharing some insights from his new book, “Enforcer to Entrepreneur.” It’s a must-listen!
He’s back! Our good friend Martin Lindstrom talks about his new book, “The Ministry of Common Sense,” fear of the unknown, and chickens. It’s a must-listen!
Michelle Seiler Tucker, author of “Exit Rich,” drops some knowledge about how to get our minds right and how to sell your business for big money.
Lee Vinsel and Andrew Russell, authors of “The Innovation Delusion,” talk about how innovation is the hottest buzzword in business but that its benefits have been exaggerated, and our obsession with finding the next big thing has distracted us from the work that matters most.
A timely conversation with Dr. Michael Canic, author of “Ruthless Consistency,” about leadership, commitment and everything else it takes to turn strategy into reality.
Mark Speece dishes on the opportunity that COVID brings for brands and why authenticity matters more.