Schmooze: What They Should Teach At Harvard Business School with Author & Speaker Cody Lowry on Episode #0225
Personality Isn’t Permanent: Break Free From Self-Limiting Beliefs and Rewrite Your Story With Best Selling Author, Trainer, & TEDx Speaker Dr. Benjamin Hardy on Episode #0208
His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Harvard Business Review, New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Cheddar, and many others. He is a regular contributor to Inc. and Psychology Today and from 2015-2018, he was the #1 writer in the world on Medium.com.
He and his wife Lauren adopted three children through the foster system in February 2018 and, one month later, Lauren became pregnant with twins, who were born in December of 2018. They recently welcomed their 6th child into their home. They live in Orlando. Welcome to the show, Dr. Hardy!
The Amazon Jungle: The Truth About Amazon, The Seller’s Survival Guide for Thriving on the World’s Most Perilous E-Commerce Marketplace with Jason Boyce on Episode #0265
Father of two warrior daughters, husband, digital marketing, e-commerce, executive management, merchandising, international product sourcing, supply chain management, strategic planning, accounting, finance, website design & development.
quickly to the radical change in culture. In his groundbreaking book ‘Unleash the Millennials and Save The World’, Philip shares the shocking reality of the future of honesty, money, technology and education. He’s on a mission to help businesses become more resilient to disruption by developing the next generation of leaders. Welcome to the show, Philip!
The Hot Sauce Principle: How To Live And Lead In A World Where Everything Is Urgent All Of The Time with Author, TEDx Speaker, & CEO Brandon Smith on Episode #0223
and has won 12 teaching awards for his work in the classroom. Through his work with businesses, Brandon has helped countless employees go from being on the verge of getting fired to becoming some of the company’s top performers. Brandon learnt the secret of urgency, what he calls ‘Hot Sauce’ and how different people react differently to it. Today he is the author of ‘The Hot Sauce Principle’. Used in the right amount, hot sauce can be the very thing that turns a bland or stressful workplace into a place of flavourful productivity.