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"How That Happened," is a business and innovation success podcast hosted by HoganTaylor LLP business advisors Robert Wagner and Aaron Ackerman. On each episode of the show, our hosts sit down with the business and community leaders behind thriving organizations to learn how business and innovation success actually happens.

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"How That Happened," is a business and innovation success podcast hosted by HoganTaylor LLP business advisors Robert Wagner and Aaron Ackerman. On each episode of the show, our hosts sit down with the business and community leaders behind thriving organizations to learn how business and innovation success actually happens.

Copyright 2019 HoganTaylor LLP. All Rights Reserved. To view the HoganTaylor general terms & conditions, visit www.hogantaylor.com

    72. Liam Martin – Time Doctor - Transitioning to an Asynchronous, Remote Workforce

    72. Liam Martin – Time Doctor - Transitioning to an Asynchronous, Remote Workforce

    Liam Martin is the co-founder and CMO of Time Doctor and Staff.com, one of the most popular time tracking and productivity software platforms for remote teams. He’s also a co-organizer of Running Remote, the world’s largest conference on building and scaling remote teams.
    Martin and his team enable companies to manage remote workers just as if they were in the same office, maintaining a high level of productivity. His thought leadership on remote work has been printed by top publications, including Forbes, The Huffington Post, and The Wall Street Journal.
    In this episode, Liam breaks down the benefits of transitioning to a remote workforce, why charismatic leaders are not required within remote-first companies, and why you should be working asynchronously in 2022 and beyond.
    He also shares his expert insights on how to achieve deep work to solve difficult problems as a remote team and why remote work is the most important thing you can do to make employees happy.
    Additionally, Martin describes what an asynchronous team meeting should look like and why they’re more efficient and productive than traditional, in-house team meetings. He then shares a sneak peek into his new book, Running Remote: Master the Lessons from the World’s Most Successful Remote-Work Pioneers.
    Connect with Liam:
    Follow him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liamremote
    Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liammcivormartin
    Buy his book, Running Remote: https://amzn.to/3xsXF7W
     
    Resources Mentioned:
    Try Time Doctor: https://www.timedoctor.com
    Join the Running Remote community: https://runningremote.com
    Subscribe to the Running Remote YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/runningremote
    Loom: https://www.loom.com
    Deep Work by Cal Newport: https://www.calnewport.com/books/deep-work
    Asana: https://www.asana.com
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    • 34 min
    71. Sherri Coale - Creating a Hall of Fame Career and Team

    71. Sherri Coale - Creating a Hall of Fame Career and Team

    Sherri Coale is a retired Hall of Fame basketball coach, writer, speaker, believer, and master motivator. For the past 25 years, Coale has served as the head women’s basketball coach at the University of Oklahoma where she is the winningest coach in OU history.
    She’s a true inspiration to women, athletes, coaches, and entrepreneurs across the country and she’s here to discuss it all on How That Happened.
    In this episode, Sherri sheds light on how she rebuilt and reinvigorated OU’s women’s basketball program from the ground up, strategies for developing a team culture, and the challenges she faced when recruiting new team members. In addition, Sherri speaks on what it was like to learn from and play against the legendary Geno Auriemma.
    Coale shares her candid thoughts on dealing with pressure in a high-stakes career, how to maintain a cohesive, efficient organization despite high player turnover, and the power of mentorship for both the mentor and mentee. She also offers valuable insights on leaving a beloved career to transition into a new leadership position as well as the creative endeavors that are currently keeping her busy.
    Connect with Sherri:
    Visit her website: https://www.sherricoale.com
    Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sherricoale
    Connect with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sherri-coale-582770213
    Stay tuned for her upcoming book release!
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    70. Bart Milligan – Chick-fil-A – The Power of Branding

    70. Bart Milligan – Chick-fil-A – The Power of Branding

    Bart Milligan is the operator of two Chick-fil-A restaurants in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. He holds a degree in accounting from Georgia State University and spent the early part of his career at Chick-fil-A’s corporate office located in Atlanta, Ga.
    In this episode, Bart speaks about the growth of the Chick-fil-A brand spanning his 20-year career with the restaurant chain as well as the motivation behind becoming a restaurant operator.  Milligan shares the biggest lesson he took away was becoming a faithful steward of the business.
    Additionally, he discusses the decisions made by the Cathy family to turn Chick-fil-A into a powerhouse brand, one of the most powerful being their non-negotiable choice to stay closed on Sundays with no exceptions.
    This episode is now on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also listen via the podcast player embedded above.
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    • 57 min
    69. Mike Dillard – Century Martial Arts – A Fighter’s Guide to Thriving in Business

    69. Mike Dillard – Century Martial Arts – A Fighter’s Guide to Thriving in Business

    Mike Dillard is the CEO of Century Martial Arts (Century), which was founded in 1976. Since then, Century has grown to be a worldwide leader of martial arts equipment and today conducts business in all 50 states and also 35 countries.
    Century conducts its own research and development (D&I), and is responsible for a number of important innovations in the martial arts industry.  One of those innovations includes the first freestanding punching bag, Wavemaster, and the first Body Opponent Bag (BOB).
    Mike is an avid martial artist and has fought at a championship level facing some of the best fighters from around the world. He holds the honor of training with Hollywood legend Chuck Norris, for whom he has performed stunt work.
    Finally, Mike discusses how he was able to prepare for the impact of the pandemic months before lockdowns took place, and how he and his team were able to thrive for over two years of economic uncertainty.
    Listen in as Mike shares stories from his days as a young accountant, his journey into martial arts, and what led him to establish the Martial Arts Industry Association.
    This episode is now on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also listen via the podcast player embedded above.
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    • 49 min
    68. Keith Glover – Producers Rice Mill – Leading a Farmer-Owned Cooperative

    68. Keith Glover – Producers Rice Mill – Leading a Farmer-Owned Cooperative

    Keith Glover is President and CEO of the farmer-owned cooperative Producers Rice Mill in Stuttgart, Arkansas, a position he has held for over 30 years. He is a CPA who earned his accounting degree from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
    Glover previously served as a board member of the Miss Arkansas Scholarship Foundation from 2013 to 2018. His daughter Kristen, was named Miss Arkansas in 2011.  Additionally, he served as Director on the board of the Little Rock branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis from 2014 to 2020.
    In this episode, Keith gives a look at the journey of rice from farm to table, the evolution of the co-op model since the earliest days of the rice industry, and how Producers Rice Mill uniquely adds value to their cooperative farmer members.
    He also shares his company’s decision, in collaboration with Scenic Hill Solar, to invest in a 26-megawatt solar plant. The $55 million project is aimed at providing millions of dollars in economic development for Stuttgart.
    This episode is now on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also listen via the podcast player embedded above.
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    • 41 min
    67. Chris Young – Oklahoma State University – Lessons in Leadership from a Tennis Coach

    67. Chris Young – Oklahoma State University – Lessons in Leadership from a Tennis Coach

    Chris Young is the Director of Tennis and the Head Coach of Women's Tennis at Oklahoma State University. He has been at the helm of the OSU tennis program for more than 12 years compiling a record of 204 wins against only 97 losses. Young has been credited with turning OSU tennis into an international program.
    Listen in as Chris deep dives into his leadership philosophy, covering his love of taking on challenges, his passion for bringing talented individuals together, and orchestrating wins that set a new precedent for everybody involved.
    In addition, he shares his belief that tennis is both an individual and a team sport and emphasizes that coaches need to focus on cultivating a mentality of focus, and a culture of collaboration in their athletes.
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