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Company of One explores what happens when businesses challenge the idea that bigger is always better. The show explores a conversation around what happens if growth isn’t the byproduct of success. It's based on the book, Company of One (forthcoming from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt on January 15, 2019). The host, Paul Jarvis, is a writer whose work has appeared in Fast Company, WIRED, USA Today and more. He’s taught over 13,000 students through online courses and has worked with companies like Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz and Marie Forleo in design and online business consulting. The first season is 10 episodes and includes conversations with Laura Roeder, Jason Fried, Danielle LaPorte, Dan Provost, and Spencer Fry.

Company of One Paul Jarvis

    • Business
    • 5.0, 10 Ratings

Company of One explores what happens when businesses challenge the idea that bigger is always better. The show explores a conversation around what happens if growth isn’t the byproduct of success. It's based on the book, Company of One (forthcoming from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt on January 15, 2019). The host, Paul Jarvis, is a writer whose work has appeared in Fast Company, WIRED, USA Today and more. He’s taught over 13,000 students through online courses and has worked with companies like Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz and Marie Forleo in design and online business consulting. The first season is 10 episodes and includes conversations with Laura Roeder, Jason Fried, Danielle LaPorte, Dan Provost, and Spencer Fry.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

shortcircuit_123 ,

I’m listening to audio book ...

Great advice that I hope to adapt to my own design business in Toronto for Rayvn.

Konato2000 ,

Great podcast

Small is great

Jackboy Ellis ,

Fantastic Podcast

Co1 podcast is my favourite so far from Paul Jarvis (and that's saying a lot, as he has some great podcasts!). The format of interviewing experts, and then providing narratives alongisde their answers, is a very structured approach that I've not seen before in podcasting. Personally, the most enjoyable part was when Paul brought on somebody who had the opposite views to him and dived into his thoughts on the subject. It was fantastic because it provided the listener with a wider view on the topic. I won't spoil the rest of the season but I will recommend that you take a listen!

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