Do you often find yourself thinking that people are fundamentally interesting? Every week, Dan Nestle, 20-year marketing pro, world traveler, and self-described dot connector, digs into decades of pent-up curiosity and his network of thousands to bring you observations and cool conversations about interesting stuff. Promising no politics, occasionally questionable language, and a lot of knowledge.
All Paths Lead to PR with Gerry Corbett
In this episode, Dan has the great honor of exploring the life and career of PR legend and founder and CEO of Silicon Valley consultancy Redphlag, Gerry Corbett. A past Chair and CEO of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Gerry's career led him to the pinnacle of the PR world- but he started out as an engineer - about as far from communications as one might think. He and Dan talk about how his passion for writing propelled him from NASA to Hitachi to his own PR consultancy and more.
Be Relentless in Success and Failure with Joe Mindak
In this episode, Dan sits down with serial entrepreneur, raconteur, and relentless connector, Joe Mindak. As Connector in Chief for exclusive business networking group The Connective, Joe lives his passion daily: making and facilitating connections that lead to business deals, mutual learning, and friendships (not to mention podcast appearances). He and Dan dig into his willingness to "go do sh*t" - to take risks, learn from failures, and relentlessly pursue your goals.
Developing and Connecting Humans at Work with Michael Glazer
In this episode, Dan reconnects with his very first guest, organizational development, coaching, and training leader Michael Glazer to see how the shiteration process is going. A lot has changed since Michael's first appearance: he's now a podcaster, host of Humans At Work, and he and Dan start by talking about their podcasting experiences. The conversation evolves into a discussion of human interaction in a virtual world, what it means to be a leader, how people can own their jobs, and much more.
A Career is an Asset, A Job is Just A Job with Jason Mutzfeld
In this episode, Dan connects with entrepreneur, career coach, and author of Find Work Worth Doing: The Handbook for Creating a Meaningful Career, Jason Mutzfeld. A self-described raconteur and co-founder of Circle City Coaching, Jason's journey starts with theater, and his love for the theatrical continues to be core to who he is. He and Dan dig into the difference between a career and a job, the gift of creativity, the power of curiosity and inquisitiveness, and much much more.
Conflict, BS, and Horses: Becoming a Better You with Pamela Cournoyer
In this episode, Dan connects with leadership coach, speaker, conflict resolution expert and equestrian expert Pamela Cournoyer to talk about what it takes to become a better version of yourself. Starting with what we can learn from horses, Pamela and Dan dig into the BS - belief systems - that get in our way, how to read people, how we can be more aware of how we show up, and how surviving both a career in law enforcement and cancer gave Pamela unique insight into the human condition.
Clarity is the Key to Business Success with Dolores Hirschmann
In this episode, Dan connects with author, speaker, investor, TEDx organizer, coach, and entrepreneur Dolores Hirschmann to talk about the key ingredient to achieving success: clarity. As the Chief Clarity Officer of Masters in Clarity, Dolores works with people and businesses to help them clarify their message and realize their goals. She and Dan talk about how to find clarity and introduce listeners to the IDEA Method: 9 layers of clarity that you need to grow in a sustainable, profitable way.
A Fantastic Discovery
The place to come to and hear business leaders reveal their best selves, resilience as they show up personally and professionally.
Empowering Conversations and Insightful Comments
Dan Nestle has a great way of bringing out his guests and having casual, but meaningful conversations around a variety of professional and personal topics. Dan has a great balance of letting his guests share, while sharing his own valuable experiences that his listeners will find interesting. There are a few laughs and powerful insights in these conversations. It’s great to get lost in the conversations.
Great marketing insights
Really enjoying the insights and conversations on the show. The digital chat with Scott Boyarsky was a favorite. RGUs had me laughing!