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Featured Guest: Dee Brown
What are the long-term effects of the pandemic on the real estate market? In the short term we’ve seen residential go boom and commercial go bust. Bur how will Covid-19 change the way developers build and scale their business? This week's guest might have some answers. Dee Brown is the President & CEO of The P3 Group, the nation’s largest minority owned real estate developer that focuses exclusively on public-private partnerships. Dee has nearly 30 years of experience in real estate sales, development, and management. On this episode, Dee discusses why he loves what his organization does, why the pandemic has changed the way buildings are made, and what the future of The P3 Group looks like.
Featured Guest: Rick Simmons
Leadership can be a lonely journey. Being a leader of humans sounds pretty amazing, but we’re not always prepared to carry that burden. Joining Joe on the podcast this week is Rick Simmons, who along with his wife Amy, founded the telos institute which focuses on expertise-business strategy, leadership development, and change management. Rick explains why he founded the telos institute, how leaders can harness the power of liminal space, and what the return on investment looks like for executive-level coaching.
Featured Guest: Andrew Horowitz
When it comes to building wealth, the average person has two options: You earn an income or you invest. The former is pretty obvious. But the latter can be complicated. Joining Joe this week is Andrew Horowitz, the author of The Disciplined Investor: Essential Strategies for Success. Andrew discusses what it means to be a disciplined investor, how you can mitigate risks in the market, and what he thinks about the controversies revolving around Game Stop stock and Bitcoin.
Featured Guest: Stephen Gerard
It's never too late to become an entrepreneur. The average entrepreneur is 40 years old and the average age of leaders of high-growth startups is 45. This week, Joe is joined by Stephen Gerard, the author of Stuck In The Middle Seat. Stephen discusses his inspiration for helping midcareer entrepreneurs, the phases each entrepreneur passes through on their way to the top and what it means to be stuck in a professional rut.
Featured Guests: Jake Warner and Joey Chowaiki
Do you remember that old Apple iPhone commercial with the famous catchphrase “There’s an app for that”. Now the question is, have you ever wanted to combine high definition photos, text, and videos in a digital magazine format? Well, now, there’s an app for that. Joining Joe this week are the founders of Magma, Jake Warner and Joey Chowaiki. Jake and Joey discuss how Magma blends mobile blogging and social media publishing and allows users to publish their content in the form of a digital magazine.
Featured Guest: David Radlo
This week on the ForbesBooks podcast, Joe Pardavila speaks with David Radlo, a serial entrepreneur and a CEO with a track record for explosive acceleration that led to blockbuster category creation as well as double and triple-digit growth. David shares what inspired him to write his bestselling book, The Principles of Cartel Disruption and how he helped make Eggland's Best a household name.
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I learned about this podcast when they asked me to do an interview about reverse logistics. After doing the interview with them, I started listening every day on my way to and from work...I really like the way Gregg gets his guests talking and the way he asks the same kinds of questions I would want to ask. It's not all business, because he digs in and gets to the human side of the story too. Thanks for the great content, keep up the good work!