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What does it mean to be great, and how do we get there?

Join host Miles Fisher as he sits down with some of the most accomplished and notable people to unpack and understand this age-old question.

Coffee with The Greats Blamo! Media

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    • 4.9 • 212 Ratings

What does it mean to be great, and how do we get there?

Join host Miles Fisher as he sits down with some of the most accomplished and notable people to unpack and understand this age-old question.

    Season One Wrap with Richard W. Fisher

    Season One Wrap with Richard W. Fisher

    As we wrap our first season, we decided to turn the mic on Richard W. Fisher, Mile's father. Richard has an incredibly inspiring story and led a distinguished career in the public and private sectors.

    This eye-opening episode is followed by Richard and Miles answering a few listener questions about life, and the constant exploration to better ourselves through the stories of others.

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    Coffee with the Greats is produced by Blamo Media

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Roger Staubach - NFL Hall of Famer

    Roger Staubach - NFL Hall of Famer

    Roger Staubach is considered one of the greatest quarterbacks in American football, but his path to success was anything but usual. After winning the Heisman Trophy playing for the Naval Academy, Staubach served five years in the United States Navy before starting with the Dallas Cowboys as a rookie at age 27.

    And yet, football is just part of his story. After hanging up his cleats, he went on to found the Staubach Company in 1977. He rolled up his sleeves and started helping tenants find office, retail and industrial space. Roger survived the booms and busts of the Texas economy, building the firm to over 50 offices in North America. In 2008, his namesake company merged with JLS, and today, that company employs over 91 thousand people.

    Roger Staubach chats about meeting his wife in the 4th grade, getting a day job during the NFL offseason, and how he built one of the greatest commercial real estate businesses in America.

    ** Want your questions answered in an upcoming episode? Record a voice memo on your phone and email it to coffee@withthegreats.com.

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    Coffee with the Greats is produced by Blamo Media

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Randall Stephenson - Executive Chairman of AT&T

    Randall Stephenson - Executive Chairman of AT&T

    Randall Stephenson joins to discuss emotional quotient, the value of diversity, and how uprooting his family to Mexico served as the catalyst to becoming CEO of the world’s largest telecommunications company,  AT&T.

    ** Coffee with the Greats is produced by Blamo Media

    • 1 hr
    Ajay Banga - CEO of Mastercard

    Ajay Banga - CEO of Mastercard

    In this second episode, we talk to Ajay Banga about his family history growing up in India, what he learned from his parents’ struggles, and how he gambled a promising career at Nestle to go down a path that led him to becoming the CEO of one of the largest financial corporations in the world, Mastercard.

    ** Coffee with the Greats is produced by Blamo Media

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Jamie Dimon - Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase

    Jamie Dimon - Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase

    Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon chats about growing up in Queens, what he learned from Abe Lincoln, and how he went from losing his job to becoming one of the top bankers in the world. 

    ** Coffee with the Greats is produced by Blamo Media

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Introducing Coffee with The Greats

    Introducing Coffee with The Greats

    What does it mean to be great, and how do we get there? 

    Join host, Miles Fisher as he sits down with some of the most accomplished and notable people to unpack and understand this age-old question.

    Coming July 15th

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
212 Ratings

212 Ratings

CharlieByrd ,

One of my Favs

Really enjoy the content and the thorough questions. Also like the level of conversation. Some great take aways. Ready for some more !!

Pnc Stay of execution ,

Jamie Dimon

After listening to Jamie Dimon discuss his background and leadership philosophy, no shocker why he has accomplished so much. I have forwarded this episode to a number of CEO’s and Founders who I know will enjoy.

Jjstarnes ,

Great Interviewer

The host really does give these Titans of industry a really good place to openly talk and answer questions. It’s the host and the excellent picks that really make this podcast really stand out. After all, it’s about the greats. Not the host. Which other podcast often like to overshadow their guest.

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