Have we become less social by becoming overly social online? We stare at tiny screens all day, and forget there are people around us.
Today I'm joined by my good friend Eric Termuende and we talk about what's currently happening and what we can do about it.
Ryan Hawk is the founder/host of The Learning Leader Show. A top ranked business podcast with a "Who's Who" list of incredible guests.
Ryan has been a student of leadership and performance excellence most of his life – first as a high level athlete, then in the corporate world.
He was a much-decorated sales professional, Sales Manager, Market Segment Leader, and ultimately a Vice President of Sales in a multi-billion company.
He is a sought-after public speaker, an accomplished writer, and a trusted advisor to his clients. He runs the Leadership Advisory practice at Brixey & Meyer.
Jim Tressel is the president of Youngstown State University, where he served as the the head football coach for 15 seasons, guiding the team to 4 1-AA National Championships.
Tressel is also the former head coach at Ohio State University for 10 seasons, in 2002 he achieved the first 14-0 record in college football since 1897, he also won the BCS national championship in the same year.
Tressel was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2015.
With 7 years of experience in Online Marketing, Azriel Ratz has perfected the skills to find the most effective ads and best target markets to promote company sales.
At only 26 years old, he became the CEO of Ratz Pack Media, created the “Facebook Ads Mastery” course in 2017, and wrote the eBook “Find, Engage, and Optimize” in 2018.
Natalie Ellis is the CEO of #BOSSBABE, one of the largest movements of ambitious millennial women online. With over 1 million social media followers and 6.5 million uses of her trademarked hashtag, Natalie's expertise lies in building influence and online communities.
Natalie is a successful serial 7 figure entrepreneur with a love for business strategy, psychology and entrepreneurship. Natalie has worked with academic institutions and government organizations to advise on young entrepreneurship, as well as winning over 11 national awards for her work in the space.
Jay Menez is on a mission to connect others with their passions, their purpose, and people who make a difference. He’s a global traveler who’s achieved career success in public service, Wall Street banking, real estate finance, Hollywood filmmaking, and more.
As founder of Inspired Media and Host of Hollywood Real, he shares powerful stories of triumph and human potential that spark new conversations about what it means to be limitless.
Jay created a foundational model of high-performance mindsets that became his #1 international bestselling book, Spark: The 8 Mental Habits of Highly Successful People.
You win by helping others win, I realized when I was young I was never going to be the best, but to really win I could lift others up. It's been my philosphy since I was young but I've never spoken about it until now.
This Freestyle Friday edition episode appears as a section of a future episode on Gregg Clunis' podcast, Tiny Leaps, Big Changes.
Mastin is number one best-selling author, speaker, and creator of Functional Life Coaching(TM), for people who are seeking rapid transformation in their lives and businesses.
He has helped over two million people n 100 countries around the world, has been featured on the Emmy Award show, Super Soul Sunday, and recognized as a “thought leader for the next generation” by Oprah Winfrey.
Today’s guest was the 5th Overall Pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, Played 11 seasons in the NFL, 9 with the Green Bay Packers.
He has 20 sacks, nearly 1,000 total tackles. He’s a BCS National Champion at The Ohio State University, and a Super Bowl Champion with the Green Bay Packers.
The climate in today's online marketing has many asking "What does he / she do?
Are influencers actually making money just for being influencers? I don't believe they are.
I'm joined by Tom La Vecchia from New Theory Magazine, we chat about what's really happening. Can we fix it maybe?
If it's not sustainable, then it may fix itself.
Spike Edwards has the ability to walk into most businesses and in a very short time to assess the safety culture and the production output just by the communication on the floor. His experience from years in the Army Special Forces in Australia and working with international companies have positioned Spike as a unique guru for safety in the workplace.
His energy and his stories will help you learn, grow and show you the connection to profits in your business
Chris Sparks is a productivity multiplier for entrepreneurs, designing the habits and systems which maximize personal effectiveness.
He specializes in helping clients identify the critical path to project completion to accelerate their implementation speed.
He is the author of Inflection Point: A Guide to Trajectory Transformation and was once ranked one of the top 20 online poker players in the world.
It's freestyle Friday!
This week we are looking are your problems and how they actually make you bigger.
Problems mean growth. This week I talk about a strategy that I applied to solve problems and actually found a desire to solve bigger ones.