Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer features business owners and CEO’s who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side happy, wealthy, and growing. Feifer, Entrepreneur’s Editor in Chief, pulls these stories out so other business can avoid the same crippling problems. 767392
Chip Gaines: "Without Change, There's No Growth"
Change didn't come easy to Chip Gaines, who went through an "identity crisis" as he transformed from an anonymous home builder to one of the most beloved people on TV (with Fixer Upper, and now the Magnolia brand he cofounded with his wife Joanna). Here he talks about that evolution, and what he's learned about finding opportunity in the unexpected.
Treat Your Brain and Your Team Sustainably
What does it mean to run a sustainable business? It's about building something that can last. In this episode we look at two unexpected "sustainable" approaches — what your brain needs after a hard day of work, and how to build a team that'll survive the ups and downs.
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How to Predict the Future (But for Real)
Do you wish you could predict the future? Not in a street-corner psychic kind of way, but in a more personal, meaningful way — to know what’s coming, and to know what decisions you should make? We hear from experts (including the head of a group called the Superforecasters!) who explain how to do just that. And for more just like this, pick up Jason Feifer's new book "Build for Tomorrow".
Spot the Opportunities That Others Don't
If you're struggling to solve a problem, you may be looking at it just 1% wrong. In this excerpt from Jason Feifer's new book "Build For Tomorrow", he explains how to reframe the problems in front of you — and see what other people don't.
An FBI Hostage Negotiators Guide to Building Rapport
How do you build a rapport with someone quickly? How do you actively listen for what they need? That's what former FBI hostage negotator Chip Massey is an expert at, and he explains how entrepreneurs can put those same skills to good use.
Solving the Unsolvable Problems, with Russ Roberts
How do you solve the problems for which there are no right answers? That's what economist Russ Roberts set to find out in his new book "Wild Problems". Here, he talks through strategies for grappling with the biggest decisions of our lives.
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I just discovered Jason's Problem Solvers podcast and after listening to a few eposides have have become a huge fan. I love his interview of Joy and got a lot of golden entrepreneurship lessons from that episode. I even loved Jason's rant on not hoping people ejoyed his emails... LOL.. I now tell people that I hope they find my information 'useful'. I reccomend this podcast with two thumbs up!
Jason, host of the podcast, highlights all aspects of growing a business, growing wealth, business advice and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Awesome podcast- very inspiring and educational! Perfect for that morning drive to work, the gym, etc