Improvisation Skills Generate ROi: How It Transforms Public Speaking, Communication and Team Building Skills with Lee Godden and Bob Doll. Host Alex Vorobieff

February 12, 2019

How are companies like Coca Cola, Deloitte, and Microsoft using improvisation or improv skills to improve team performance?

In this episode, Alex is joined by Lee Godden and Bob Doll of Advantage improv to explain the benefits and Alex shares how improv helped his public speaking and communication skills.

Lee and Bob take us through the essential rule of improv: “Yes, and…” and describe how they implement the lessons they learn from their weekly improv shows into their workshops for corporate and non-profit clients.

Finally, we ask why improv can open up even the most reserved people and explore the neuroscience behind why it helps both individuals and teams think outside of the box.

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Topics Discussed:

Improv: How are companies using it today and why? – 1:46

What is the “Yes, and…” principle and how can it improve communication? – 5:37

How improve has helped to fix dysfunctional teams – 8:36

How to get over the nerves of speaking in front of a group of your peers using improv – 11:07

Why “active listening” is very important in developing good communication skills – 12:56

How Lee and Bob take what they learn from their improv comedy shows and apply to the corporate environment – 17:00

What are some of the improv activities that Lee and Bob take their clients through? – 21:50

How one improve exercise managed to open up a very reserved Hotel President – 25:29

The neuroscience behind why improv helps to open people up and helps them think outside of the box – 27:54

How improvisation helps employees feel they are in a psychologically “safe environment” – 30:09

What are some of the other benefits of improv? Is there a quantifiable ROi? – 35:49

Lee and Bob’s contact details – 39:51


Host: Alex Vorobieff


Artificial Intelligence (AI): Risks and Rewards for Businesses with NYT Best Selling Author Martin Ford

February 5, 2019

New York Times best-selling author of Rise of the Robots, Martin Ford, discusses what he discovered about the current state of AI and its future potential while researching his new book, Architects of Intelligence.

Martin details the current state for this emerging technology. AI is already writing compelling news stories, crafting engaging real estate listings, and taking over stock market trading.

We take a look at the future implications for the economy and whether all of us will eventually be replaced by machine learning robots. Fortune 500 companies have already got a huge head start with this technology, Do it Yourself AI is becoming more and more accessible for smaller companies.

Finally, our host Alex asks Martin about the risks associated with this technology moving forward. How far away are we from “super intelligence”? That is to say, when will AI machines become smarter than humans?

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Social media account is:  @MFordFuture (Twitter)


Topics Discussed:

What is the purpose of Martin’s new book? – 0:53

How AI is already being used to write news stories and real estate listings – 3:23

How AI has exploded since 2012 after the exploits of Geoffrey Hinton and the University of Toronto – 5:48

How AI can now diagnose skin cancer better than humans – 8:41

How is AI going to affect jobs moving forward, will we all be replaced? – 11:09

How are large companies taking advantage of AI compared to small businesses with little exposure to this technology? – 14:30

How DIY AI is becoming more accessible – 16:30

What are the key terms to understand within the AI field? – 20:18

How AI has completely taken over the stock market – 24:16

How far away are we from AI becoming more intelligent that humans, known as artificial general intelligence (AGI)? – 28:06

What are the risks associated with using artificial intelligence? – 33:45

How China is using AI to evolve into a surveillance state – 37:46

How AI could be weaponized and hacked for malicious purposes – 39:55

How will we benefit from AI in fields such as medicine moving forward? – 43:04

Martin’s details – 47:00

Big Data Analytics – Use Your Company’s Under-Utilized Digital Assets to Transform It - Guest David Savlowitz

January 29, 2019

Big Data expert David Savlowitz from Competitive Analytics discusses the growing importance of data in business and why most companies under-utilize the information they have available to them.

David takes listeners through real examples of big data helps improve business performance, from increasing sales prices to reducing the margin of error on predictive auction prices by 4x.

He explains why data preparation is actually the most important step of data analytics and how incorrect preparation leads to worthless output.

Finally, our hosts ask David about the possible misuse of data and how to know if you are using “bad” data as opposed to the “right” data and what effect the “Internet of Things” is going to have on big data for companies moving forward.  

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Topics Discussed:

How are people using data analytics to improve their businesses? – 2:51

How a real estate company didn’t realize the value of the data they were sitting on – 4:08

How do you take millions of records and make them relevant, decipherable and presentable to your company? – 7:07

Which is better to use: internal or external data? – 9:30

The “5 Vs of Data” and why data preparation is the most important step – 10:17

How the “Internet of Things” is going to shape big data moving forward, which part of a company is going to be responsible for it? – 17:32

How do we know that individuals are not misusing big data? – 25:49

Why responsibility is crucial in the use and analysis of big data – 32:05

Moneyball 2.0: how data is still shaping baseball over 10 years later – 36:07

How do you spot if you are using bad data to make future predictions? – 40:45

How the public can play a role in converting data into useful applications – 43:10

An example of just how quickly data can amass from just 12 data points? – 45:53

David’s details – 50:45

The Power of Questions in Business – The Low Cost High Return Business Tool Everyone Can Use & How They Help us Think with Guest Brian Fretwell

January 22, 2019

How do you get a 65-year old trucker with two months left before retirement and no desire to change perspectives on his job to look at his job differently? Our guest did. With the secret power we all posses but rarely use well.

This week’s Confident ROi with Alex Vorobieff  TEDx speaker, author and consultant Brian Fretwell discusses the power of questions in the business setting.

They delve into why asking questions is so important, particularly with respect to building agency, purpose and a sense of belonging with in an organization.

Brian reveals the background behind his viral TEDx talk through the story of his teaching days, when one of his students saw no future except drug addiction and how a question changed everything.

We also look at how deep and indirect questions can help individuals to re-focus their locus of control from external (blaming and focusing on others) to internal (focusing on improving themselves). And we hear the rest of the story of the 65-year old truck driver with only 2 months left until retirement.

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Topics Discussed:

Background behind Brian’s viral TED talk – 1:11

How questions helped changed the destiny of a 15-year-old drug addict – 10:06

The power of the question and how it affects the brain (instinctive elaboration) – 12:15

Why it is important not to remove emotion when answering questions – 14:51

How questions help to develop agency and belonging in an organization – 18:30

How a truck driver moved from an external to an internal locus of control – 20:46

What is locus of control? – 29:46

What is the first job of the brain? – 32:30

How Neuroscience is just “fancy words” describing our everyday life experiences – 36:27

How mindfulness exercises can reduce the size of your Amygdala – 38:28

Brian’s recommended neuroscience resources for further reading -  42:16

How to get in touch with Brian – 45:13

Doubling Your Business with Print Marketing, Scaling Up & On Demand Services - Carle Publishing CEO - Andy Buyting

January 15, 2019

In this episode of Confident ROi Alex Vorobieff sits down with the President and CEO of Carle Publishing Andy Buyting to discuss the future of both digital and print marketing for businesses.

Andy stresses the importance of providing not just value but also entertainment when marketing to new customers and why print media isn’t as dead as some people would have you believe.

We also take a look at how business owners who usually struggle to come up with content can quickly develop ideas and re-purpose those thoughts across multiple different platforms, quickly demonstrating authority in their field.

We also look at how Carle Publishing could double in size in less than 2 weeks using the Scaling Up and Exponential Organization principles taught by Verne Harnish and Salim Ismail respectively.

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Andy –


Topics Discussed:

How to grab people’s attention by positioning yourself as an expert – 2:21

How print magazines have turned companies into authorities in their industries – 5:19

Why providing entertainment is as important as providing value – 10:09

What is the current status of print marketing, is it really dead? – 15:15

Why it’s important to be marketing through a wide range of mediums – 19:35

How re-purposing the same content can get incredible results – 23:12

How to create great marketing content when you are too busy to do so – 26:16

How to come up with good content ideas in your industry – 32:15

Which business models and principles allows Carle Publishing to produce 60 magazines simultaneously and scale up without any issues – 38:05

Why Carle Publishing is very strong on its core values with staff members – 43:53

How to get in touch with Andy – 50:07


Creating Search Criteria for Your Acquisition – How to Find the Perfect Match for You and Your New Business

January 8, 2019

Continuing in his search to find a business to acquire, Confident ROi host Alex Vorobieff lets us in on what he is looking for, and how he developed search criteria that has prevented him from making offers on a few businesses that looked promising.

We also delve into the new trend of DIY AI development, illustrated by a fascinating story about a Japanese owner of a small dry cleaning business, who has transformed his business without any prior knowledge of coding or AI software.

This episode also discusses how technology has disrupted some more mature industries for the better, and how tech sometimes has unintended consequences for many other traditional products, directly resulting in their failure.

Finally, we look at what we can learn from collecting data in subjective fields such as the buying and selling of horses. Can we really create objective and measurable elements in these fields? And if so can we use them to create a competitive advantage? Listen to the podcast to find out.

Topics Discussed:

How do you set up search criteria when acquiring a business? – 0:28

Why Alex is avoiding businesses linked to the residential housing market – 2:54

The American skilled-labor shortage and how it’s ramping up labor costs – 10:35

Do it yourself AI, the story of one Japanese dry cleaners’ owner – 15:59

How coding and technology is becoming more accessible to the layperson – 18:04

What the buying and selling of horses can tell us about data – 25:50

Mining objective and measurable elements from data that was previously thought to be “subjective” – 31:54

How some firms have used technology to disrupt the shoe industry and gain a competitive advantage – 39:23

How Alex is looking to develop an existing business – 40:42

How Dominos were able to scale from a 2 store pizza chain to an international empire by getting their managers to literally buy in – 46:49

The unintended consequences of introducing technology to mature markets and products – 49:38

Acquiring a Business – How to Deal with The Fear and Get Employees On Board Fast - Alex Vorobieff

December 31, 2018

In this episode of Confident ROi, Alex Vorobieff discusses his plans to transition from  consulting work and go “hands on” by taking what he has learned through years of helping other business owners by acquiring one himself.

Using his vast experience and knowledge of business tools he is going to buy a business for the purposes implementing everything he knows and growing it as the owner himself.

He talks about the importance of due diligence, and how it’s usually the ones that initially look like winners that turn out to be losers.

Finally, we also take a look at why feedback is crucial, why connecting with employees on an emotional level is critical and how business tools can help focus a company on the bigger objectives.


Topics Discussed:

Acquiring a business – why now? – 0:40

Why the winners usually turn out to be losers – 3:23

Why business owners need a good relationship with feedback – 7:20

Do owners find it hard to “detach” themselves? – 11:14

Dealing with the fear of taking on a business – 12:29

The rise and rise of the “portfolio” career – 15:31

Why Vision Traction Organizer helps everyone to see the bigger picture – 21:12

How to get employees to “buy in” with the new business owner – 28:51

How using “open book” management was able to turn around International Harvester – 30:22

Turning your company into a team sport – 32:26

How learning Latin transformed the fortunes of an inner city school – 37:07

Why Emotional Compensation is key – 41:39

Humans are wired to connect via shared stories – 44:20

Alex’s predictions for the acquisition – 46:00

GTD (Getting Things Done) & STRATEGIC COACH: How to be More Effective in the Workplace with Guest Mehul Gandhi - Host: Alex Vorobieff

December 18, 2018

In this episode we take a look at two tools (GTD and Strategic Coach) that have helped business leaders across the world become more effective, organized and productive. Mehul Gandhi shares how these tools have improved his business and life.

We take a closer look at the tools developed by David Allen in his book “Getting Things Done” and how they have helped Mehul achieve a clutter-free life, culminating in the holy grail of a “Zero Inbox”.

We also break down the Strategic Coach 3 types of days and how to properly unplug to relax and recharge. 

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Instagram - @mgfinancialplanner

Topics Discussed:

Getting Things Done: What is it? – 1:50

How to beat your inbox – 3:31

Why memory is a waste of brain power – 5:20

The 5 Steps of Getting Things Done – 8:10

How Mehul achieved a “Zero Inbox” – 10:59

How Mehul implements GTD – 12:47

How to grow and delegate the GTD system – 23:31

Strategic Coach: What is it? – 32:13

The 3 Types of Days for an entrepreneur – 35:47

What are “Strategic Circles”? – 44:20

How GTD and Strategic Coach help business owners see the bigger picture – 48:44

Communication in the Work Place: How Can Improved Communication Save Your Company Millions of Dollars? With Guest Dr Patty Malone

December 11, 2018

This episode of the Confident ROi podcast looks at how to achieve effective communication within the workplace with special guest Dr Patty Malone of the Clear Communication Institute.

We look at why poor communication cost NASA over $300 million, what the top three costliest communication mistakes are and what Dr Malone has learned from her research for her academic theses.

Finally, we investigate how good communication can really affect a company’s bottom line, and how to reverse a backstabbing culture within your organization.  

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Topics Discussed:

How NASA cost themselves $300 million through poor communication – 0:54

How cross functional meetings help bridge the gaps between company silos – 1:53

Why email shouldn’t be used to communicate important messages – 07:42

Why asking questions on both sides is crucial to good understanding – 11:29

How Dr Malone entered this field – 14:58

What she learned through her research and experience – 19:20

Communication has to be continual to be effective – 22:50

More examples from Dr Malone’s research – 24:46

How to deal with backstabbing and bullying behaviour – 27:38

Listening is key – 30:38

3 costliest communication mistakes – 40:52

   1. Not listening properly – 42:22

   2. Not communicating appreciation to employees – 50:29

   3. Illusion that successful communication has occurred – 53:34

Always let people know if they are communicating poorly – 55:09

Infusionsoft: Can This CRM Software Transform Your Company’s Sales and Marketing Efforts? With “The Sales Whisperer,” Wes Schaeffer

December 4, 2018

In this episode to dig deep into what it takes for a company to be successful with their sales and marketing campaigns. Guest Wes Schaeffer takes us through what Infusionsoft is and how it can automate dozens of tasks at once saving you hours per day; hours that you can spend driving sales.

We ask Wes what he believes are the number one jobs of the three crucial members of any sales team: the business owner, the sales manager and the salesperson. You may be surprised by his answers.

We also take a look at split testing in marketing and asses why is it so critical to successful advertising campaigns. We ask why business owners need to step back from inside their business to break down their sales and marketing funnels. Finally, this episode examines why managers are often left unprepared when their top sales talent leaves.


Topics Discussed:

What is Infusionsoft? – 1:20

How Can Infusionsoft Transform your Sales and Marketing Efforts? – 4:19

Why It’s Important to Take a Step Back and Review All Sales and Marketing Processes – 14:58

What is the Number One Job of a Business Owner? – 22:10

Why Sales Actually Drive Marketing – 27:18

Why Successful Marketing is All About Experimentation and Testing – 33:30

How to Split Test Your Marketing: Start Wide and Then Continuously Refine – 34:51

What is the Number One Job of a Sales Manager? – 39:58

The 7 Deadly Sins of Selling: Why the Truth is So Important – 46:50

Full Employment – Do The Statistics Really Give Us the Whole Picture? How the Federal Reserve, “Gig Economy” and Student Debt Are Shaping Our Economic Future

November 27, 2018

Many economists believe the US economy is almost, or is indeed at, full employment. In this episode we take a deeper dive into what this means for businesses today and the wider economic impacts.

We look at what the statistics actually tell us, we discuss the rise and rise of the “Gig Economy” and we examine how the tripling of student debt levels is changing the way in which we plan our lives.

Is the Federal Reserve getting its rates policy right? Or are they placing economic growth in a vice? We also take a look at how to gain employee “buy-in”, and why emotional compensation is needed sometimes over and above financial compensation when rewarding employees.

Finally, we pay homage to the founding father of sports sponsorship marketing, Lou King who recently passed away aged 93 and discuss how being everywhere as a brand can act as a consumer turn off.


Topics Discussed:

How Quickly Will AI Become Part of the Sales Process – 1:25

Lou King: The Father of Sports Sponsorship Marketing – 9:00

Is Being Everywhere as a Brand a Good Thing? – 12:00

Full Employment: What Does It Mean? – 16:25

Does the Federal Reserve Have Us in an Economic Vice? – 18:00

What The Employment Statistics Are Actually Measuring – 23:00

The Rise of the “Gig Economy” and How It Skews Statistics – 26:00

The Drop in Manual Skilled Workers – 28:30

How Student Debt is Shaping the Younger Workforce – 31:35

Can We Replace Employees Altogether? – 34:30

Still a Shortage of Labor in Some Locations – 35:38

How “Emotional Compensation” Is a Growing Part of the Employer Offering – 40:33

Encouraging a Tribe Culture: Getting Employees to Take Pride in Their Work – 42:42

Developing a Profitable Business Culture – How to Harness the Power of Culture in Business Through Employee Understanding and Emotional Buy-In with Special Guest Mark Maes

November 20, 2018

Special guest Mark Maes joins us and explains what he has learned during his 30-year journey, building one of the biggest construction companies in California. He also unveils how he helps businesses realize their potential using his High Five Priority Business Mapping tool.

One crucial element of his success was being able to create a uniquely powerful company culture. We talk to Mark about how he was able not just to marry his business culture up with sub-contractors but also acquire whole companies and then set about aligning their businesses values to his own.

We discuss how to first understand your employees and then begin to motivate them to emotionally buy-in to company goals. We look at how to foster a passionate workforce through incentivizing, and Mark explains why having a great company culture is like running your car engine on the highest quality oil.

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Topics discussed:

Fostering a Great Business Culture: Mark’s Story - 1:02

Numbers and Processes: The Key to Effective Business Cultures - 7:55

Aligning Another Companies Values with Your Own - 10:01

Why Investing in a Culture is Like Investing in High Quality Car Oil - 16:45

Implementing Business Change on a Different Culture - 20:26

Motivating Employees Through Understanding and Incentivization - 24:24

How to Create a Passionate Workforce - 26:25

How Effective Cultures Are More Profitable - 30:29

Establishing Expectations - 35:00

Involving Employees in Business Culture Creation - 38:23

High Five Priority Business Mapping - 43:28

How to Get in Touch with Mark - 53:20

How to Write Well in Business – We Discuss Choosing the Right Words When Creating Your Company’s Story and Ask Why Grammar is So Important with Guest Peter J. Brennan

November 13, 2018

Esteemed journalist and business writer Peter Brennan joins us in the studio to discuss the importance of writing in the business setting. After penning 30,000 articles in publications such as the New York Times, the Washington Post and Bloomberg Business, we sit down with Peter and discuss how business writing has evolved over the last 30 years.

We discover the significance of having a great editor to look over and improve your written work, how having bad grammar can cost you a promotion and why marketers use the same words in their copy over and over again.

Also in this episode we take a broader a look the disruption technology has brought to the media and other “giant” industries. Peter reveals the inside story on meeting business greats such as Steve Jobs and finally, he gives his thoughts on why the newspaper industry got the move into the internet age all wrong.

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Topics Discussed:

Importance of Writing Well in Business (Topic 1) 2:32

Why Good Editors Are Crucial (Topic 2) 7:08

How to Create a Great Business Story (Topic 2) 12:50

How AI is Disrupting Business Reporting (Topic 2) 20:05

How Newspapers Got the Move to the Internet Wrong (Topic 2) 22:07

How is Technology Disrupting Other Industries? (Topic 3) 27:19

What was Steve Jobs Really Like? Were the Biographies Accurate? (Topic 3) 35:00

How to Find the Right Words for Your Marketing Copy (Topic 3) 39:00

Why Bad Grammar Can Cost You (Topic 4) 42:00

Neuro-Leadership: Create a Sense of Belonging for Team & Customers; Over-Staffing for Success With Guest: Dr. Thomas Dullien

November 6, 2018

In a recent study undertaken by Google, it was discovered that staff perform best when they feel like they are home. We discuss with Dr. Thomas Dullien the key three crucial elements of Neuro-Leadership, and how they can lead to increases in business performance.

We also take a look at why Starbucks doesn’t actually selling coffee, how to build and maintain trust with employees and why you should keep management out of the office and throw them onto the front line instead.

Topics Discussed:

Why Starbucks Isn't Actually Selling Coffee: An Introduction to Neuro-Leadership - 


Three Crucial Elements of Neuro-Leadership - 08:24

How Social Constructs Affect Our Perceptions - 13:38

Positively Influencing Behavior - 16:00

Why Over-Staffing Can Increase Revenues and Profits by Building Relationships - 17:52

Getting Management Out of the Office - 22:04

Over-Communication and Encouraging the Right Chemicals in the Brain - 27.46

How Does Neuro-Leadership Work in Flat Organizations? Social Constructs in the Workplace - 33:33

How Google Changed the Social Construct of Work - 43:50

Being Vulnerable Can Create A Sense of Belonging - 48.39

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in Business – 3 Time Frames of EQ, and Why Feedback is Vital for Business Improvement: Guest Lindon Crow

October 30, 2018

Lindon Crow from the Productive Learning Company shares his stories from the business world, and demonstrates how feedback and constructive criticism within teams is critical for developing a person’s EQ (emotional intelligence).

We talk about how to catch yourself in reactionary behaviors you may not realize you are projecting onto colleagues, how to develop a conscious leadership circle and Lindon takes us through the three time frames of emotional intelligence.

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Topics Discussed:

What is Emotional Intelligence? 4:12

The Importance of Feedback Meetings - 10:06

Feedback is a Two-Way Street - 17:20

Should You Ever Debate Somebody’s Feelings? - 23:24

The Three Timeframes of Emotional Intelligence - 25.54

How to Catch Reactionary Behaviours and Become Emotionally Aware - 28:43

Lindon’s Influences and Inspirations - 36:20

How to Develop a Good Relationship with Feedback - 41.56

Creating an Environment Conducive to Constructive Criticism - 46.34

Wrap-Up 51.31

Unlocking Secrets of Inbound Marketing & EOS-Traction – Guest Marisa Smith Reveals How She Extracted Herself from Her Company Using EOS-Traction Tools.

October 23, 2018

The Whole Brain Group marketing agency founder and owner Marisa Smith goes into the details of how to get the balance of inbound marketing for your business right and avoid turning potential customers off.

She also emphasizes the importance of “Smarketing”, the process of aligning your sales and marketing teams, so that they can operate at maximum efficiency and effectiveness. This podcast also covers the capabilities of the all-in-one marketing software HubSpot, and how Marisa was able to remove herself from her own business to focus more on what she loved doing using EOS-Traction® tools:

Topics Discussed:

  • Inbound Marketing (How to Find Out What Works) 6.00
  • Inbound Marketing Success Story 8.19
  • “Smarketing” Philosophy 12.03
  • Removing Yourself from a Business: Marisa’s Story 13.24
  • EOS: What is it? 18.38
  • What is HubSpot and how can it be used? 22.36
  • Inbound Marketing: Getting the Mix Right 32.04
  • How Marisa Utilized EOS-Traction® tools to Extract herself from the Whole Brain Group 44.00
  • Focus on Simplifying Business Goals 49.59

How the Brain Works in Business–Elon Musk’s Views on how AI can Augment Brain Function, Google Discovered the Secret to Effective Teamwork , and why Kindergarten Kids Regularly Outperform MBAs

October 16, 2018

In a recent interview, Elon Musk pointed out the possibility of using of AI to alter our brains capability. He talked about developing the “third layer” having control over both our primitive and higher cognition layers, allowing us not to fear our problems but instead to face them head on and work out solutions.

This podcast takes a look at how this plays out in big businesses, why C-level executives often don’t want to face the truth, why MBAs over-analyze and how Google discovered the secret to effective teamwork.

Topics Discussed:

Elon Musk on AI - 3.37

Why Our Brains Operate on Fear - 5.38

Kindergarten Kids Outperform MBAs - 13.03

Google Discovers the Secret to Effective Teams - 19.42

C-level Executives Often Don’t Like the Truth - 23.36

Is Elon Musk Self-Employed or a Business Owner? - 33.56

Confident ROI Magazine - 40.51

The Disappearance of English Pubs - 49.25

Discovering Opportunities – Catch the White Tiger: How Tony Assali Achieved the American Dream with $28. Selling 1st Hummus Product to Trader Joe’s.

October 9, 2018

Guest Tony Assali CEO of EscrowQuick and serial entrepreneur has spotted opportunities others did not see. He calls these opportunities White Tigers and he can help you find yours by silencing your inner critic and listening to your creative side. He has packed up and moved thousands of miles multiple times starting over and achieving success in multiple industries. You can't help but smiling when listening to Tony share his story.


Breakthrough the Noise, Differentiate Your Company by Unearthing & Sharing Stories Waiting to be Told. And Surprising Best Sales Personality Profile Research with Jim Karrh PH.D.

October 2, 2018

Marketing, Story Telling & Neuroscience , Jonah Berger, Best Sales Personality: Extroverts, Introverts, Ambiverts. Adam Grant, introversion to extroversion scale, profound relationship, persuasive, empowering, George Stephanopoulos, David Letterman, Malcolm Gladwell, Steve Martin, nimble, leading groups. work life, DSG consulting, OPower, Robert Cialdini, hotel utilities,playbook,

Checkout preview of Jim's Manage Your Message Podcast

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What to Say Yes To! Using EOS to Set Right # of Priorities to Get Traction - EOS Certified Implementor: Sue Hawkes Explains What is The Entrepreneurial Operating System

September 25, 2018

Overcoming Impostor Syndrome, Getting the most out of Peer Groups, Setting Right Number of Priorities, EOS/Traction Starts (40:31)

Guest Sue Hawkes Websites: &

Host: Alex Vorobieff