193 episodes

The Profit Express tackles all topics from Sales and Marketing to Entrepreneurship and beyond! Each week he interviews some of businesses most exciting and successful authors, entrepreneurs, and celebrities.

The Profit Express Tim Healy

    • Business
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The Profit Express tackles all topics from Sales and Marketing to Entrepreneurship and beyond! Each week he interviews some of businesses most exciting and successful authors, entrepreneurs, and celebrities.

    From the Trailer Park to the Boardroom

    From the Trailer Park to the Boardroom

    “Take a chance” is advice we hear all the time. Whether you have a great idea for a business or you want to pitch for funding, taking a chance is the most important step on your journey. My guest today took a chance, and it took him from the trailer park to working with top brands.

    This week on The Profit Express, I sit down with Paul Jarrett. Paul is the CEO of Bulu, a fulfillment company whose clients include Clorox and Disney. We chat about all things fulfillment, and how Paul and his wife Stephanie went from pitching their company idea to having $1.5 million in the bank – all in just 50 days.

    Download this week’s episode of The Profit Express to discover how just a few chance tweets changed everything for Paul.

    This week’s episode of The Profit Express is brought to you by Corbett Public Relations, Promoting and Protecting Businesses and Brands for over 30 years.

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    Show Highlights:



    * 5:10 – Paul shares the story of the humble beginnings of Bulu.

    * 17:20 – How Paul and Stephanie ended up with two successful companies.

    * 21:00 – How did Paul connect with GNC?

    * 24:40 – COVID creates the need for a business pivot.

    * 28:30 – Going from working for others to calling all the shots.

    * 30:18 – What does a small business need to know before they enter the logistics space?

    * 47:00 – How to break into the smaller spaces?

    * 44:10 – Why has Paul succeeded?

    * 50:20 – What is the greatest lesson Stephanie has taught him?

    • 54 min
    What Does it Take to Be a Great Leader?

    What Does it Take to Be a Great Leader?

    Great leaders. We know them when we see them, but what does it take to become one? My guest today knows what it’s like to have a bad manager. He is here to talk about the ways you can be a great leader at work.

    This week on The Profit Express, I sit down with Chester Elton. Chester is a best-selling author and a global leadership expert. He’s back for his third appearance on The Profit Express to chat about all things “leaders.” We talk about the difference between a manager and a leader, and why celebrating the little wins is essential for any leader.

    Download this week’s episode of The Profit Express to discover the 5 signs of a toxic manager, and what steps you can take if you think you might be one.

    This week’s episode of The Profit Express is brought to you by Corbett Public Relations, Promoting and Protecting Businesses and Brands for over 30 years.

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    Show Highlights:



    * 3:45 – What is the difference between a manager and a leader?

    * 6:20 – Why is the chief of staff the most important leader in an organization?

    * 11:15 – What are 5 signs that you have a toxic manager?

    * 12:35 – What lessons can we learn for business from hockey?

    * 17:15 – How important is it for employees to be recognized?

    * 24:05 – Chester shares an example of one of many great leaders.

    * 29:00 – Why should you quit working for a toxic manager immediately?

    * 34:30 – How can a bad leader get better?

    * 39:40 – What book would Chester love to write?

    • 45 min
    How Do You Embrace Change?

    How Do You Embrace Change?

    Change is 3 things. It’s risky, it’s disruptive, and it’s expensive. It’s also something no one wants to go through, unless they are forced to. My guest today embraces change, and his new book will show you how you can embrace it too.

    This week on The Profit Express, I sit down with Jason Feifer. Jason is the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur Magazine, cohost of the Help Wanted podcast, and the author of Build for Tomorrow. We talk about the four phases of change, and how crafting the perfect mission statement will change your outlook on your change forever.

    Download this week’s episode of The Profit Express to learn what AI has in common with teddy bears, and some big advice Jason has learned from celebrities over the years.

    This week’s episode of The Profit Express is brought to you by Corbett Public Relations, Promoting and Protecting Businesses and Brands for over 30 years.

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    Show Highlights:



    * 3:30 – What are the four phases of change?

    * 6:20 – How can you change you relationship with change?

    * 8:00 – Creating your mission statement.

    * 12:30 – Learn how changing technology keeps repeating itself.

    * 15:30 – Jason talks about the benefits of the changes from AI.

    * 22:40 – What can we learn from Blockbuster?

    * 26:10 – Who has been Jason’s favorite interview with Entrepreneur Magazine?

    • 32 min
    How to Life

    How to Life

    We all have dreams. Even if you think your dream is impossible, the fact is that life is too short to not take a chance on your goal. My guest this week knows what it’s like to take that chance, and it has resulted in an exciting docuseries.

    This week on The Profit Express, I sit down with Mike Kilcoyne. Mike is a filmmaker and the founder of Mike Kilcoyne Productions. His docuseries How to: Life is his way of sharing his story with the world, vulnerabilities and all. Mike is here to talk about the docuseries and to share what his favorite part of filmmaking is.

    Download this week’s episode of The Profit Express to be inspired to share your story with the world, and to learn how having a safety net changed Mike’s path as an entrepreneur.

    This week’s episode of The Profit Express is brought to you by Corbett Public Relations, Promoting and Protecting Businesses and Brands for over 30 years.

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    Show Highlights:



    * 5:50 – Mike chats about his safety net and how it led to him running from responsibilities.

    * 9:50 – Mike touches on his trailer for “How to: Life.”

    * 15:00 – Why is Mike trying to create a docuseries?

    * 19:30 – Mike talks about being vulnerable with his audience.

    * 23:30 – How will the docuseries be set up?

    * 28:50 – What has been the most challenging episode for Mike to produce?

    * 33:30 – Mike discusses one of his hard productions and how it affected him.

    * 37:40 – What does Mike enjoy the most about filmmaking?

    * 42:00 – What’s next in the docuseries?

    * 45:20 – What is Mike’s ultimate goal with the series?

    • 50 min
    Improv Comic Takes on Bad Customer Service

    Improv Comic Takes on Bad Customer Service

    As businesses become more automated, it’s starting to seem like good customer service is a thing of the past. But it doesn’t have to be this way. My guest today knows the art of listening, and he is here to discuss how practicing improv comedy can make you better at customer service.

    This week on The Profit Express, I sit down with longtime friend (and fan!) of the show, Scott Baker. Scott is an improv comic and is one of the  Quickest Thinkers in Comedy. Scott is here to discuss how improv comedy and customer service intersect. We air our grievances of some of the worst in customer service, and why we aren’t just blaming kids today.

    Download this week’s episode of The Profit Express for Scott’s tips on how your staff can start delivering stellar service.

    This week’s episode of The Profit Express is brought to you by Corbett Public Relations, Promoting and Protecting Businesses and Brands for over 30 years.

     

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    Show Highlights:



    * 4:50 – Scott shares how people listen to reply, not to understand.

    * 7:05 – I share a bad bank customer service experience.

    * 10:30 – Is bad service a generational thing?

    * 18:40 – Does good service have more value today than it has in the past?

    * 22:10 – How can managers stress good service?

    * 28:00 – Should bad service be penalized?

    * 31:20 – Scott shares top tips for manager to share with their customer service team.

    • 36 min
    Artist Makes History on The Profit Express

    Artist Makes History on The Profit Express

    Everyone of us has talent. Whether you’re good at writing, selling, or public speaking, we’re all great at doing something. My guest today knew from a young age he had a talent for drawing faces, and today he is bringing smiles to faces everywhere through his Instagram, Drewzcartoonz.

    This week on The Profit Express, I sit down with Drew Traficante, also known as Drewz Cartoonz. Drew is a caricature artist who has created thousands of pieces of art over the years, all without formal training! From weddings to nonprofit events, he’s completing 7-15 caricatures per hour at all kinds of events. We talk about how he got started with drawing, and why it’s important to laugh at yourself.

    Download this week’s episode of The Profit Express to learn Drew’s two rules of caricature art, and make sure to check out the episode on YouTube to see Drew complete the first live caricature in podcast history.

    This week’s episode of The Profit Express is brought to you by Corbett Public Relations, Promoting and Protecting Businesses and Brands for over 30 years.

    Download more episodes of The Profit Express: https://healysolutions.com/podcasts/

     

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    Show Highlights:



    * 4:00 – How did Drew get started in drawing?

    * 8:50 – How does Drew make everyone look great in his drawings?

    * 11:20 – What does it take to create art so quickly?

    * 12:40 – When did Drew “go pro” in art?

    * 14:20 – What is Drew’s worst caricature?

    * 16:15 – What is Drew’s favorite caricature?

    * 20:15 – Drew completes the first live caricature in podcast history!

    * 21:55 – Drew tells the story of his clothing line, Till the End.

    * 27:00 – Who are Drew’s favorite artists?

    * 30:45 – What did Drew’s art teachers say about his skills?

    * 32:45 – Did Drew have any doubters?

    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

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24 Ratings

24 Ratings

hiltop25 ,

Excellent Host!

I was recently on Tim’s show, The Profit Express, and I just want to say that I’ve been on the show a few times and every time, I am so impressed.

Tim is an excellent host. He knows how to dig deep and ask the right questions to make the interview more entertaining and educational at the same time!

Tim Healy is an excellent host and all of his interviews are great, but I’m biased. I particularly like the current one about being a couch potato! :)

Thanks, Tim for all you do for our business community!

Lgoeggo ,

Thoughtful questions

To get good answers- you need good questions. Tim has a way of getting to the point and past the obstacles.

And - he wears great shirts!

donnaweb ,

Tim knows his stuff!

Tim Healy knows his stuff and is a great interviewer.
He has fabulous guests and I learn a lot.

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