Michael Blaes and Teresa Blaes are hosts of the Small Business Puzzle podcast, run a marketing company or two, and have a LOT of projects on the go. It's fun to catch up with them just to follow all they're doing and see why they pick what they
I really enjoy a great interview. And I loathe bad ones. Here's my intent to help you help me by sharing what I think makes for a great interview. Mentioned in here specifically is Jeff Brown's Read to Lead Podcast. Other than that, use your Go
I chit chat with sales expert and author Jeb Blount from SalesGravy.com about his latest book, about selling, and you know, selly sell stuff like that. Jeb's good people. Friends with my buddy Anthony Iannarino.
Sat down with Jairek Robbins, author and performance coach, to talk about business and success and what it takes to thrive and grow. He's such a smart guy. This talk is so worth your time. (Jairek's also the talented son of one Tony Robbins. Yo
Thoughts I share with you from inside my car while in the middle of a heavy rainstorm. You know how people talk about making their own weather in their heart? What's wrong with rain from time to time? Drop me an email: [email protected]
Aaron Walker from http://viewfromthetop.com is here to talk about his new book. Check it out at http://cbrogan.me/viewfromthetop . You can find Aaron on Twitter at @VFTCoach , if you want to connect directly!
Check out Jas Boothe's kickstarter project at http://cbrogan.me/discharged . Pretty cool. She's a disabled veteran dealing with depressive disorders and using comedy and laughter to get herself and the rest of us there. Great project and I want
Eric Davis joins me to talk about his new ebook, Habits of Heroes ( http://ericdavis215.com) . He's a former US Navy SEAL Sniper trainer and has done tons more. His last book, Raising Men, was quite a great book, and this new ebook, Habits of H
William Bushee from BlueMonkeyDev.com drops by and tells me how to make an Amazon Alexa Skill, specifically a flash briefing. I mention his cool course: http://cbrogan.me/learngaming , and also his book, Wired for Coding - http://amzn.to/2hd0Kl
Just me this episode. Only me. By the way, zero people responded to my question about show notes from last week's show notes so that tells me no one read them. I'll just write whatever I want in here from now on. :)
I interview Jim Levine who runs LGRliterary.com, a top shelf literary agency based out of New York. Great company who represented Julien Smith and I for our book, The Impact Equation, and helped us make a great advance on that book. I ask Jim
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