Host Scott Joseph specializes in helping business leaders strike back against a world trying to marginalize and commoditize you.
If you desire to differentiate yourself in a commodity market, combat being marginalized, and learn from other successful business leaders in a similar position then move. crush. count. can definitely help you!
Scott Joseph travels the world interviewing successful business leaders to figure out exactly what they are doing to differentiate themselves and prevent their products and services from being painted into a commodity corner to help other business leaders who find themselves in the same position.
After listening to this podcast, you will know exactly how to differentiate your brand and build a better customer experience for your customers. You will learn that having the best price is not the only thing that separates a business and there are many other ways to differentiate yourself.
MCC 041: Ira Davis - How to Destroy Fears and Dive After Your Dreams
This week we’re answering the question of how to destroy fears and dive after your dreams.
We interviewed Ira Davis, a former Marine Corps Drill Instructor, skydiver and dream development coach.
He founded The DreamDiver Company, a transformational coaching company that teaches World Class Leaders, who are searching for something greater, how to discover their purpose, dive for their most audacious dreams, and how to destroy their biggest fears.
MCC 040: JT Foxx - How to Catapult Your Business Into Success
This week we’re answering the question of what can a business leader do to catapult their business? To help us answer it, our host, Scott Joseph, interviewed JT Foxx.
JT is a private equity fund manager, a serial entrepreneur of many companies across all sectors, an investor in companies & property, and the World’s #1 Wealth & Business Coach. He explains what it means to achieve a “No BS Wealth Creation.”
MCC 039: David Spisak - How to Create New Revenue Streams and Scale Your Business Like A Pro
Last episode, we had David Spisak on to discuss the differences between the good, the great, and the EPIC. Our host flew out to Portland, OR to meet up with David and that interview lasted nearly 3 hours. The interview was so good that we knew we had to break it into two parts. If you haven’t listened to episode 38, give that a listen first. Today’s episode is part two of our interview with David and he really gets into the nitty gritty on the specifics of how he accomplished all of the success that he
MCC 038: David Spisak - How to Get What You Want In Business and In Life
The move. crush. count. podcast is the best place to learn how to strike back against a marketplace that’s trying to marginalize and commoditize you.
This week we’re answering the question of how to get what you want in business and life.
Our host Scott Joseph met up with David Spisak out in Portland, Oregon. David has spent years studying success and creating his own in a variety of industries. He explains the differences between the good, the great and the epic.
MCC 037: Sandy Cerami - How to Revolutionize Your Business With Great Coaching
This week we’re discussing the benefits of coaching vs cheerleading and discovering how great coaching can revolutionize your business.
Our host Scott Joseph meets up with none other than the Solutionist himself, Sandy Cerami. Sandy is a true expert on this topic. He explains the main differentiators between cheerleading and coaching & when each should be utilized for the betterment of your employees.
MCC 036: Brian Kramer - How to Prove to Customers That You See, Hear and Understand Them Like a Pro
This week on move. crush. count. we’re answering the question "How can you prove to customers that you see, hear and understand them?"
Our host Scott Joseph dives deep with Brian Kramer – General Manager at Germain Toyota of Naples. Brian's not only trying to go frictionless. He's trying to go paperless. He's really accomplishing great things when it comes to the customer experience and how to buy a car.
This is very informative. I love the energy too. This is perfect for my daily commute!
Insightful and Informative
Scott does a great job of peeling back the onion to get to solid usable information from his guests. Great work!!!
Great Podcast with Wonderful Insight
Definitely worth a listen- Scott's truly an inspiring business man and it’s reflected in the podcasts!