Podcast Episodes

134: How I Scaled My Personal Brand & Became One of the World’s Top 50 Business Thinkers featuring Dorie Clark

Scaling your subject matter expertise may seem impossible, especially when people think consulting firms can’t scale. It isn’t true, as evidenced by Dorie Clark. She went from growing up in a small town to becoming the #1 communication coach in the world as well as a prolific author, speaker, and professor. How’d she do it?...

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133: How We Scaled Outgrow.co to NY’s #1 B2B Tech Company featuring Saksham Sharda

There’s no one way to scale, but a common and critical component is business infrastructure. Outgrow, a digital content marketing and technology company, is proof. In this episode, Saksham Sharda, the CIO and Creative Director at Outgrow, shares their 3-pronged approach to becoming New York’s top B2B software company. Now, they’re expanding globally. Get the...

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132: How I Scaled & Sold 2 Businesses to Fortune 500 Companies featuring Jeff Wald

“Don’t grow alone. Ask for help.” Wise words from serial tech entrepreneur and investor, Jeff Wald. And he would know. After studying the causes of his first company’s failure, he resurfaced, and, in true entrepreneur fashion, started another company. And then another. When he founded WorkMarket, he knew that scaling from 8 to 8,000 salespeople...

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131: How I Scaled My Technical Fluency Company featuring Aman Agarwal

If accounting is the language of business, then technology is the language of scale. And today’s leaders must be fluent in both. After working as an engineer and B2B salesman in Silicon Valley, Aman Agarwal started an education company to close the widening technical fluency gap he noticed among leaders. In this episode, he shares...

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130: How I Scaled My Real Estate Company to the Top 1% – Kathleen Black

Kathleen Black values business infrastructure – it’s the basis for how she became one of the top real estate professionals in North America! She says, “When systems are clear, people are empowered.” Now, she teaches other high performers on how to build the most efficient and productive teams in the world. In this episode, Kathleen...

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129: Let’s Recap Season 10 with Alicia Butler Pierre

In this Season 10 finale, host Alicia Butler Pierre unpacks the importance of converting “why” into “how” when facing business challenges. She uses this conversion as a backdrop to give updates on all guests and their respective workflows and technologies. Alicia also shares four lessons she’s learned about operating a business in 2020. A special...

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128: Let’s File a Patent to Protect Your Invention featuring SenseHydro

Tasked with creating something that does good for the world, nine 10th and 11th graders conceived the HydroHat. It’s a wearable technology designed to reduce heat-related stress and injuries. Though rejected by MIT for a $10k development grant, they forged ahead and formed a company called SenseHydro. In this episode, these young inventors/entrepreneurs give a...

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127: Let’s Identify & Document Key Business Processes with Cornelius Dowdell

Workflow improvement stumps small and large businesses alike. Where do you start? What framework will you use? As the founder of an emerging H.R. consultancy, Cornelius “Neil” Dowdell faces these questions regularly. One thing’s for sure – you have to identify and document processes before you can improve them. In this live consultation, Alicia shows...

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126: Let’s Use Vertify to Connect Data & Make Better Decisions featuring Wayne Lopez

Incorporating technology into your workflows can significantly streamline operations. However, not all technologies integrate with each other. This leads to disparate data and worse, inaccurate analysis. Vertify solves this issue. In this episode, Wayne Lopez, the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Vertify, gives a live demo to show how it connects data and unifies...

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125: Let’s Design a Book Promotion Process with Jeffrey Pollard & Francine Smith

“The answers to life are written in a book called YOU.” This quote comes from poet, Jeffrey Pollard. He’s self-published a series of poetry books and, naturally, wants to increase distribution. With over 2,700 self-published books launched daily, how can he get his to stand out? In this live consultation, he’s joined by his wife...

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