36 episodes

We live in the age of reputation. Influencers, gurus, wizards, czars, geeks, mavens, and thought leaders rule the roost. So what about you?

We ask difficult questions of hustlers and heros, founders and failers … those who have done it, are doing it, and will get things done.

Capitalize on your reputation. Step out of the shadows. Shift the earth on its axis. #YOLO.

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We live in the age of reputation. Influencers, gurus, wizards, czars, geeks, mavens, and thought leaders rule the roost. So what about you?

We ask difficult questions of hustlers and heros, founders and failers … those who have done it, are doing it, and will get things done.

Capitalize on your reputation. Step out of the shadows. Shift the earth on its axis. #YOLO.

    36. Kathleen Steffey & Recruiting for Success

    36. Kathleen Steffey & Recruiting for Success

    Humorous and fiery Kathleen Steffey is the Founder and CEO of Naviga Recruiting and Executive Search and a Chief Talent Officer. Kathleen helps business leaders achieve revenue growth by recruiting sales and marketing professionals who boast a proven track record of success. She shares her experiences in recruiting and discusses the many names for the profession, as well as her thoughts on jobs and work during the pandemic. Kathleen explains the importance of authenticity and tells the story of how life guided her down a path that led to her business. Listen to find out why Randy and Kent would love to have Kathleen as their guest at a dinner party. Our conversation is just the beginning.

    • 27 min
    35. Dene Menzel & Musical Branding

    35. Dene Menzel & Musical Branding

    Fascinating, Dene Menzel, is a musicpreneur and founder of Branthem, a branding agency that creates unique musical identities for brands. She shares her journey with music and how her business uses the power of music as a touchpoint amplifier and emotive connector across multiple brand channels. Dene credits the popularity and memorability of jingles to the serious and strategic process behind musical branding that connects companies to their customers. She says that the use of music in branding has greatly evolved over the years, but one thing remains certain; that music connects people more than any other medium. Our conversation is just the beginning.

    • 33 min
    34. Gill Tiney & Collaboration as a Superpower

    34. Gill Tiney & Collaboration as a Superpower

    Gill Tiney, the Founder of Collaboration Global, is a collaboration catalyst. Through her international network, she teaches people how to successfully collaborate. Gill shares that she strongly believes that people evolve and thrive, businesses grow and connections are deepened through collaboration. She emphasizes that there are negative impacts when people do not collaborate effectively, one of which is that people find themselves going around in circles. Gill’s core values are people first, love for all, and collaboration. She says that while love may be very soft and fluffy it is actually our superpower. Our conversation is just the beginning.

    • 25 min
    33. Theresa Bailey & Team-building With Play-Doh

    33. Theresa Bailey & Team-building With Play-Doh

    Founder of Starfish Synergies Inc., Theresa Bailey, is a master facilitator of team-building workshops and believes in using evidence-based strategies to bring teams together while improving productivity and profits. She discusses her unique partnership with Hasbro through the creation of Play-Doh Power Solutions. Theresa emphasizes that play is vital to social evolution, creativity, cooperation, and understanding. She shares how her proven methods stimulate all five senses and activate different parts of the brain that encourage innovation, confidence, risk-taking, and adaptability. Her ideas on how to empower teams to be more resilient and adaptable are next level. Our conversation is just the beginning.

    • 20 min
    32. Jayesh Surisetti & Smarter Usage of Screen Time

    32. Jayesh Surisetti & Smarter Usage of Screen Time

    The interesting and creative, Jayesh Surisetti is a techpreneur, HR professional, and speaker from India. His goal is to make the world a better place by improving digital wellbeing. He speaks to the smartphone “addiction” or dependency that many people experience in today’s world, and the effects of smartphone distraction on your productivity, patience, and desire for instant gratification. He explains the app he and his co-founders created, Apprison, that uses gamification in the regulation and monitoring of smartphone usage, leading to an increase in productivity, digital wellbeing, and happiness. He also discusses the Happea app he created that enables people to understand the science of happiness, and so much more. Our conversation is just the beginning.

    • 32 min
    31. Shelley Smith & Why Culture Matters

    31. Shelley Smith & Why Culture Matters

    The founder and CEO of Premier Rapport, Shelley Smith, is a culture curator with an entrepreneurial spirit. Shelley explains why culture matters, what makes a work environment toxic, and the importance of alignment within a companies’ culture. Her knowledge is evident as she shares the various approaches to job seeking and what drives people to quit their jobs so easily in this day and time. Shelley emphasizes that people remain in toxic relationships and work environments because “We tolerate what we find acceptable.” Our conversation is just the beginning.

    • 25 min

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