We Are Podcast

Ronsley Seriojo Vaz

Welcome to We Are Podcast, the show where I, Ronsley Vaz, a business owner podcaster for over a decade, help other business owner podcasters like you take your podcasting game to the next level. I understand the struggles and the challenges you face as a business owner podcaster, that's why I created this show. Each week, I'll be interviewing other successful business owner podcasters who have seen significant growth in their audience, revenue, and credibility as a result of using their podcast. Here's what you can expect from listening to this podcast every week: - Discover the latest industry trends and predictions for podcasting and how to stay ahead of the curve - Learn from the best practices and strategies that have worked for other successful business owner podcasters and how to apply them to your own podcast - Get tips and strategies for solving common problems and challenges faced by business owner podcasters - Learn about the latest innovations and technologies that are shaping the podcasting industry and how you can leverage them to stay competitive - Get inspiration and learn from the personal stories and journeys of other business owner podcasters - Get actionable tips and insights on how to optimize your audio quality, increase your audience engagement, and monetize your podcast - Get access to exclusive interviews and insights from industry experts and thought leaders in the podcasting industry My goal is to provide you with valuable insights and actionable tips that you can implement in your own podcasting journey. I'll be with you every step of the way to help you create a podcast that stands out in a crowded market. Join the We Are Podcast community and let's elevate your podcasting game together. read less
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The intersection of podcasts, journalism, and AI feat. Jordan Wilson
4d ago
The intersection of podcasts, journalism, and AI feat. Jordan Wilson
Discover how to harness AI at the intersection of podcasting and journalism to enhance content and improve efficiency. Exploring ****the intersection of podcasts ****and AI reveals how technology enhances storytelling and audience engagement in the digital age. Artificial intelligence is making everything easier, from daily tasks to complex processes, and it's revolutionising fields like podcasting. This episode dives into AI's transformative power, emphasising the critical shift from merely experimenting with AI to fully implementing it. We explore how AI integration is streamlining content creation, pushing businesses towards adaptation, and shaping the future of media with unprecedented efficiencies and capabilities. At the intersection of podcasts and AI strategy, Jordan Wilson illustrates how tailored AI tools can dramatically enhance the podcasting experience for creators and listeners alike. Joining me today is Jordan Wilson, an AI strategist and the visionary behind Everyday AI, a top-ranked media company on Spotify. Jordan's expertise in prompt engineering has empowered thousands, from small business owners to Fortune 100 executives, to leverage generative AI for growth. His work at Everyday AI showcases the potential of AI in enhancing professional growth and company advancements through its daily livestream, podcast, and newsletter. In this episode, you will: Learn how Jordan Wilson transitioned from a college newspaper podcast to launching Everyday AI (00:01:10–00:01:40).Understand the significance of adapting to AI in journalism and podcasting for sustained relevance and impact (00:04:20–00:04:50).Take a deeper look into the early adoption of AI technologies and their transformative potential in various sectors (00:05:00).We answer a question about integrating AI into daily podcast production and the efficiencies it brings (00:07:00).Rethink your podcast's value by exploring the role of AI in enhancing content creation and distribution (00:12:00).Hear us talk about the critical nature of AI in ensuring the future viability of businesses and projects (00:20:10).Learn how AI tools can be leveraged for thorough research and maintaining journalistic integrity (00:13:00).We talk in-depth about the urgency for businesses to implement AI technologies to avoid obsolescence (00:20:10). All this and more on this week’s episode of the We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week when we talk about the art of podcast creation. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordanwilson04/https://www.youreverydayai.com/
The critical need for diversity in decision-making
12-05-2024
The critical need for diversity in decision-making
Learn how to foster diversity and inclusion for transformative conversations. Every voice matters, regardless of colour, gender, or age, making it crucial to welcome diversity into our discussions, decisions, and daily interactions. This special episode brings together insights from past guests who have made significant contributions to discussions on diversity and inclusion. We discuss the importance of including a variety of perspectives in our conversations, the challenges of traditional hiring practices that overlook true diversity, and the transformative power of leadership that dares to challenge the status quo. We explore the crucial steps towards creating more inclusive spaces, the significance of disagreeing constructively, and the collaborative efforts required to enact real change in our organisations and society. Through engaging dialogues, we uncover how diversity and open conversations not only fuel innovation but also drive us towards a more understanding and inclusive future. In this episode, you will: Learn how to embrace diversity and open a conversation for innovation and growth. [00:05:00]Understand the significance of bringing different perspectives to the decision-making table. [00:03:20]Learn to identify and challenge traditional hiring practices that limit diversity. [00:05:50]Take a deeper look into the impact of leadership on fostering an inclusive environment. [00:06:10]We answer a question about setting up individuals from marginalised communities for success. [00:01:10]Rethink your approach to diversity and inclusion by examining your own biases and practices. [00:13:20]Understand the power of disagreement in refining arguments and advancing discussions. [00:12:40]Hear us talk about the importance of collaborative efforts in creating societal change. [00:14:50]Learn how small groups of people can enact significant change through focused intention. [00:13:40]We talk in-depth about the necessity of having diverse voices in the advertising world and beyond. [00:03:50] All this and more, on this week’s episode of  We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week when we talk about the intersection of podcasts, journalism and AI with Jordan Wilson So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: Kiri-Maree Moore: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5rNRy7wjuREgJ0FlQ2W0iR?si=Mc5owXfxRWaKseIiukbSOgDaniel Mangena: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3wK1XSHwWikumGENU7kE6j?si=DJUkPr4PQnuSOzXlruYOkAMaribel Lara: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2ng27tq3WmmvjCqbWzwa0O?si=glq-gNr6Q-uyEXkp6y6AbgDan Ilic: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3xYJA4tolOx6QDZUfmarSK?si=70vH99ppQm2icN4rvteo8w
Echoes of success: The CEO whisperer feat. Cameron Herold
05-05-2024
Echoes of success: The CEO whisperer feat. Cameron Herold
Learn how to navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship with resilience and self-care Once again, I sit down with the one and only Cameron Herold, a seasoned entrepreneur and mentor, to explore the untold challenges that entrepreneurs face behind the polished facade of success. Through our candid conversation, Cameron sheds light on the harsh realities of navigating the entrepreneurial journey, from grappling with burnout to the isolating fear of failure. With over two decades of entrepreneurial experience, Cameron unveils the raw emotions and vulnerabilities that often go unnoticed in the relentless pursuit of success. Together, we uncover the importance of self-care, resilience, and fostering a supportive workplace culture to thrive amidst the tumultuous landscape of entrepreneurship. Get ready to gain invaluable insights and actionable strategies to navigate the highs and lows of entrepreneurship on this eye-opening journey with Cameron Herold. Coming up in this episode: Entrepreneurial hotspots like Dubai, Bali, and Austin foster unique opportunities for innovation and networking. [ 00:2:35]Digital currencies and mobile payments are becoming prevalent, reflecting significant shifts in global economic practices. [00:03:25]Marketing power lies in targeted messaging that resonates with specific audiences. [00:04:05]Strategic focus on COOs can lead to deeper market penetration and unique business partnerships. [00:04:45]The impact of social media is profound, yet entrepreneurs often only showcase the positive aspects, ignoring the hardships. [00:29:37]A serious issue for entrepreneurs, often leading to mental and physical health crises if not managed. [00:29:17]Strategies for self-care and mental well-being (00:31:17)Fostering a supportive workplace culture (00:33:37) If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week when we talk about the critical need for diversity in decision-making. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon as it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://cameronherold.com/https://ca.linkedin.com/in/cameronherold
Evolutionary path of entrepreneurship
21-04-2024
Evolutionary path of entrepreneurship
Learn how to leverage unique entrepreneurial traits for enduring business success. In this episode, we're unpacking the entrepreneurial journey, examining the ups, downs, and transformative moments that shape a business. From the struggles of finding our footing to the exhilarating peaks of achievement, we explore the intrinsic qualities that drive us forward, the shifts in perspective that guide our evolution, and the undeniable truth that in entrepreneurship, the only constant is change. We're joined by voices that resonate with authenticity, experience, and wisdom. Voices that have navigated the tumultuous waters of business, turning their unique traits into unparalleled success. So whether you're in the trenches of building your empire or standing on the brink of your next big pivot, this episode is a tribute to the spirit of entrepreneurship—to the resilience, innovation, and audacious belief that we can leave a mark on the world. Coming up in this episode: [00:04:00] The nature of business evolution, emphasising the lack of a clear, linear path.[00:03:30] The misconceptions surrounding overnight success in the entrepreneurial world.[00:05:00-] The broader definition of wealth beyond financial gains, touching on mental, physical, and relational well-being.[00:09:20] Traits of successful entrepreneurs, such as ADHD, bipolarity, and a degree of narcissism.[00:08:30] A crucial lesson shared revolves around the importance of listening to team members and surrounding oneself with people whose insights and advice you value.[00:13:50] The initiative to support under-resourced entrepreneurs through training programmes makes entrepreneurship accessible and inclusive.[00:14:40] Creating innovative solutions that not only cater to market needs but also positively impact communities. All this and more, on this week’s episode of  We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week when we talk about Echoes of success feat. Cameron Herold. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: Joey Coleman - https://open.spotify.com/episode/0Q5tiZwjD2rQCL30gurWS4?si=c54176500a834217Angela Henderson - https://open.spotify.com/episode/47FV4U2O5t1hNpHH3Qy334?si=291325785ad74006Cameron Herold - https://open.spotify.com/episode/6fqvF5Rs67jmJzdzQThq8k?si=dc80c0a0b97e4506Bri Seeley - https://open.spotify.com/episode/2ZY1GyHFpQytYEiRgPaVOd?si=3678f3cec235437aKiri-Maree Moore - https://open.spotify.com/episode/5rNRy7wjuREgJ0FlQ2W0iR?si=f14dc35aeea44658Robbie Bent - https://open.spotify.com/episode/49u5lCe3oY4lwCT0r9NFq7?si=0d95984e4bf94c06Dan Martell - https://open.spotify.com/episode/4O67U7783EfOSq7vV1o1E6?si=c701a4dba8ef4ef4
Simplifying the complexity of old economy feat. Callum Laing
14-04-2024
Simplifying the complexity of old economy feat. Callum Laing
Learn how to leverage traditional businesses in the tech era and simplify complex strategies for success. I’m taking you on a fascinating journey into the heart of traditional business landscapes and the unique challenges they face in our digital era. Today, we're exploring how traditional businesses, often seen as dull but essential, are actually the backbone of our economy. We'll also discuss how these businesses can grow using smart financial strategies and how podcasting can really help a business stand out. I had the pleasure of chatting with Callum Laing, an entrepreneur whose career has not just spanned over 25 years but has also crossed various industries and borders. Callum offers a unique perspective on how traditional businesses can navigate the complexities of today's market. This episode is a deeper exploration of the strategic thinking and resilience needed to thrive in the current business climate. Tune in now to learn from Callum and discover how you can apply these ideas to your own business! In this episode, you will: [00:02:43] Learn how to navigate the entrepreneurial journey with insights from traditional and tech-driven markets.[00:03:33] Understand the philosophy behind successful entrepreneurship and capital market utilisation.[00:05:33] Learn to identify and cultivate the inherent value in 'dull but good' businesses.[00:07:33] Take a deeper look into the complexities of traditional businesses in the modern economy.[00:09:23] We answer a question about the real impact of simplicity on business success.[00:15:23] Rethink your podcast's value by integrating strategic insights and real-world experiences.[00:05:33] Understand the significance of maintaining core business practices amidst technological advancements.[00:03:43] Hear us talk about the transition from being a small entrepreneur to leveraging global capital markets.[00:09:33] Learn how to avoid common pitfalls by focusing on simplicity and strategic thinking.[00:28:33] We talk in-depth about building a personal brand and the importance of boardroom strategies for entrepreneurs. All this and more, on this week’s episode of  We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week when we talk about Evolutionary path of entrepreneurship. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://www.callumlaing.com/
Podcast power: The sound of success
07-04-2024
Podcast power: The sound of success
Learn how to leverage podcasting to elevate your personal and business brand. Stepping into this episode felt like hopping on a surfboard, ready to ride the massive waves of the podcasting world. Imagine catching that first wave in the quiet of a quarantine hotel room, and then, before you know it, you're out there, making ripples across the globe. It's not just about mastering the art and tech behind the mic; it's about the heartbeat of every story told, the soul behind every voice. From Phoebe Greenacre sharing her inception story during a quarantine in Bali, to Petra Zink discussing the evolution of becoming a trusted authority, this episode uncovers the raw and real moments of starting a podcast. Guests like Angela Henderson and Todd Cochrane reveal the expansive impact of podcasting on personal growth, business opportunities, and the changing dynamics of content consumption. Join me as we peel back the layers of podcasting's influence on both the personal and professional realms, and how it continues to be a powerhouse of opportunity and transformation. Coming up on this episode: [00:02:20] Phoebe Greenacre shares her podcasting journey and its impact on her business and personal growth.[00:03:20] Dave Jackson discusses increasing podcast shareability and audience engagement strategies.[00:07:20] Todd Cochrane talks about the dramatic changes in podcasting since he started and his current projects.[00:09:00]Angela Henderson discusses her podcast's evolution and upcoming rebranding in 2023.[00:011:35 ]Petra Zink explains the concept behind her podcast, 'Trusted Authority', and its focus on technical experts.[00:15:35] Cat Matson shares insights on the challenges and rewards of producing a podcast and maintaining authenticity.[00:16:45] Glen Carlson reflects on pausing his podcast during COVID, the transformation process, and the potential relaunch with a focus on AI and distributed systems. All this and more, on this week’s episode of  We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week when we talk about Simplifying the complexity of old economy with Callum Laing. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Spotify Links for each episode: 319 Phoebe Greenacre - https://open.spotify.com/episode/1Fgx8KzfRtNbI5u6fErAeC?si=47208673fc1c460c321 Dave Jackson - https://open.spotify.com/episode/74KIB73xcLNV5RFr0rWgzS?si=e16cacf06131433f322 Todd Cochrane - https://open.spotify.com/episode/1BEdY7pfmvAsvhNrX9Ul4m?si=30c48e47a4f343b2325 Angela Henderson - https://open.spotify.com/episode/47FV4U2O5t1hNpHH3Qy334?si=7164e0d1fa9a48c7340 Petra Zink - https://open.spotify.com/episode/71XDWxie8Lxiv7WaorFGdn?si=t02eQIpyRO-tHwiHiMro5A341 Cat Mason - https://open.spotify.com/episode/33kTkeVgJpiZ2DPkQhooyK?si=61bc1aaa69624c18342 Glen Carlson - https://open.spotify.com/episode/4cAcYcaUjIgi4gIkCtKxlq?si=1ddadd2b8668497f
Discover the keys to podcasting success feat. Charles Gaudet
31-03-2024
Discover the keys to podcasting success feat. Charles Gaudet
Embrace imperfection and use your voice to inspire trust and connection. Connecting with others goes beyond just sharing spaces or exchanging words, doesn’t it? Joined by our guest today, we peel back the layers of what it means to connect, diving into the power of podcasting, the authenticity of voice, and the bravery of starting something beautifully imperfect. This isn't just a conversation about achieving business milestones; it's an exploration of how we can use our voices to overcome fears, connect on a deeper level, and transform personal narratives into catalysts for growth and connection. Our guest, Charles Gaudet, is a highly accomplished business leader, serving as the CEO of multiple companies and the founder of successful ventures. He is the author of "The Predictable Profits Playbook: The 7- and 8-Figure CEOs' Guide to Generating Consistent and Sustainable Growth," which received the prestigious title of #1 Book on Sales & Marketing by Indie Excellence. Charles is also the esteemed host of The Beyond 7-Figures Podcast. With a wealth of experience and a track record of success, he is regarded as one of the top business coaches and industry influencers. Coming up on this episode: [00:03:54] The unique power of podcasting to build genuine connections through storytelling.[00:04:34] The evolution of podcasting over 200 episodes and the importance of embracing imperfection for growth.[00:07:20] How facing fear and discomfort is essential for innovation and personal development.[00:07:44] The transition into AI and podcasting showcasing the blend of tech and storytelling to forge deeper connections.[00:14:24] Strategic use of podcasting as a business development tool, emphasising its unmatched potential in building high-value relationships[00:19:34] The critical role of strategic editing in podcasting for enhancing listener engagement.[00:31:44] Learn how podcasting effectively nurtures leads and shortens sales cycles through strategic content consumption. All this and more, on this week’s episode of We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end, or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned—next episode is all about the journey of some very well-known podcasters. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to receive that episode as soon as it's released. Until then, much love. Links: https://predictableprofits.com/beyond-7-figures/
Finding strength in shared stories feat. Ryan Bowles
25-02-2024
Finding strength in shared stories feat. Ryan Bowles
Learn how to build a community and provide support for individuals going through grief Understanding the depths of grief and the path to healing is a journey many of us will face, but how do we navigate through it? That's where the power of shared stories and insights comes into play. Through the lens of our guest, who has traversed from the world of music to digital entrepreneurship, this episode sheds light on transforming personal loss into a driving force for supporting others in their moments of sorrow. Our guest, Ryan Bowles, is not only a podcast host but also a rock climber, soon-to-be dad, and a grief advocate. Through his own personal journey Ryan discovered the need for a space where people can openly discuss and heal from grief. The Good Grief Podcast was born out of this vision, providing a platform for individuals to share their stories, find solace and build a supportive community. Coming Up! Discover the story and lessons from Ryan's podcasting break. [00:02:30]We answer a question about the biggest learning from being on stage and selling merchandise. [00:05:50]Understand the importance of investing in every single person and building a community. [00:07:10]Ryan's move from music to creating a digital graphic design agency. [00:08:30]Rethink the value of knowledge and how it can be leveraged to help others. [00:09:30]Hear us talk about the Good Grief Podcast, its purpose, and the journey of creating it. [00:16:30]The value of setting clear visions and goals, into a meaningful project. [00:24:10]How to use digital platforms and personal stories to amplify your message and reach. [00:25:30] All this and more, on this week’s episode of We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned for the next episode when I talk to one of the influential woman entrepreneur around, Heather Roberts. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://www.goodgriefpodcast.com/https://answerthepublic.com/
Financial education and podcasting to reshape the next generation feat. Marilyn Pinto
11-02-2024
Financial education and podcasting to reshape the next generation feat. Marilyn Pinto
Learn how podcasting teaches financial education and value to the youth We all know how important it is for the next generation to have a solid understanding of money management, but where do they learn these crucial skills? That's why podcasts are important. Having a source of knowledge from experts, young listeners would be empowered with insights and advice. Financial literacy is getting more relevant as time passes by and my guest makes it her mission to educate people on their financial well-being. Marilyn Pinto is the founder of KFI GLOBAL, an organisation that provides comprehensive financial empowerment programs for teens and young adults. Her book an her podcast titled, “Smarter Richer Braver” aims to provide clarity on her thoughts and as a tool for learning herself. We’ll hear how these platforms aim to provide children, particularly those under 25, with crucial life skills pertaining to financial literacy, public speaking, and adulthood. Coming Up... 02:10 Marilyn on the journey of writing her book, ”Smarter Richer Braver” 03:26 The book’s purpose and what readers will get when they read 06:58 FinEd United 2023 as a successful mutli-stakeholder collaboration 08:54 Financial literacy as a social justice issue and how Marilyn came to teach FinEd 12:59 “Smarter Richer Braver” as a podcast and how it helps young listeners 17:20 The podcast focuses on credibility and additional real value 19:09 The different educative discussions and types of episodes from the podcasts 23:20 Teaching young individuals valuable skills early on will create lifelong positive habits 25:25 The unexpected success of the podcast and taking the time to deliver value  30:50 Marilyn’s intended impact of the podcast to make smarter financial decisions If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned to the next episode when I talk to Ryan Bowles, Host of the Good Grief podcast. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://kfi.global/
Effective communication in a global business landscape feat. Curtis Schmidt
28-01-2024
Effective communication in a global business landscape feat. Curtis Schmidt
Learn CRM and precision marketing to develop a strategic business initiative CRM, or customer relationship management, is a crucial aspect of business development. It involves collecting and analysing customer data to create personalised and targeted marketing campaigns. Data insights play a vital role in understanding customer behaviour and preferences, helping businesses make informed decisions. Precision marketing utilises these data insights to deliver tailored messages and experiences to individual customers, maximising engagement and driving business growth. Curtis Schmidt is the President and Chief Growth Officer MENA at RAPP. Curtis brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. I gained valuable insights into precision marketing and the ethical use of data. Curtis's expertise in bridging the gap between business, marketing and technology was evident, and his emphasis on clear communication and authentic value creation resonated with me. Overall, the discussion shed light on the evolving landscape of precision marketing and the crucial role of data in driving business growth. Time stamps: Curtis Schmidt discusses his involvement in the automotive industry and the importance of transitioning to renewable resources for a more sustainable lifestyle. (00:01:57)The transformation of the marketing industry post-COVID, shifting from traditional communication to CRM and precision marketing based on authentic value and business growth. (00:06:00)Curtis Schmidt discussed the importance of first-party data, precision marketing, the changing data landscape, and the ethical use of customer data. (00:09:20)Curtis discusses the importance of open, authentic, and clear communication in different countries and the need for inclusive environments. (00:15:15)Importance of clear briefs and alignment among stakeholders in marketing strategies, as well as the challenges of extracting a clear brief from clients and measuring the effectiveness of marketing efforts. (00:21:39)AI causing disruption in the marketing industry, promoting reevaluation of business models, and highlighting the need for human decision-making alongside automation. (00:23:55)Philosophy of Curtis Schmidt when it comes to leadership. (00:31:37)Curtis attributes their success to identifying a market gap, delivering quality work, and forming partnerships with aligned principles. (00:32:41) If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned for the next episode when I talk to Marilyn Pinto from KFI Global about financial literacy. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: RAPP Dubai: https://www.rapp.com/locations/dubai/
Fighting ignorance with humour feat. Dan Ilic
14-01-2024
Fighting ignorance with humour feat. Dan Ilic
Learn how to use comedy for positive and social change Let me give you a little sneak peek into this serious but also insightful conversation I had with Dan Ilic, an ‘Investigative Humourist’ whose comedic prowess extends across various mediums, from TV and film to radio and stage. Dan has left an indelible mark on the Australian comedy landscape, showcasing his versatility and commitment to using humour as a powerful tool for activism. You are in for an engaging exploration of Australia’s political climate, the impact of movements like ‘Vote Yes,’ and the power of collaboration in advocating for change. Dan, known for his sharp wit and insightful commentary, masterfully blends comedy with serious discussions on climate change, media influence, and the intersection of AI with ancient wisdom. From his early days on TV shows like The Ronnie Johns Half Hour and Hungry Beast to sold-out performances at the Sydney Opera House and navigating the complexities of satire and journalism on a global scale, Dan’s story unfolds with humour, insight, and a fearless commitment to confronting societal issues. In this episode you will: 02:18 Dan Ilic’s ‘A Rational Fear’ Podcast 02:54 The evolution and impact of ‘A Rational Fear' Podcast 05:50 Using the podcast to give voice to climate change 09:20 The challenges of information overload in the Digital Age 12:25 The 'Vote Yes' Movement and Its Impact 14:42 The Struggles and Successes of the 'Vote Yes' Campaign 20:10 Reflections on the Outcome of the 'Vote Yes' Referendum 21:04 The Importance of Collaboration in Advocacy 23:50 The Future of Advocacy and Storytelling 27:30 Reflecting on origins and current people residing in Australia Links: arationalfear.com https://substack.com/@arationalfear All this and more, on this week’s episode of  We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned on the next episode when I talk to Curtis Schmidt about precision marketing . So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love.
The concept of Money DNA feat. Daniel Mangena
31-12-2023
The concept of Money DNA feat. Daniel Mangena
Learn how to deepen self-understanding for financial success First and foremost, Happy New Year! Now let's get on with the episode! Money DNA is about understanding your unique relationship with money and wealth based on the concept of love languages. By recognising and respecting your financial language, you can foster healthier attitudes towards wealth and communicate effectively with yourself about value, wealth and success. Daniel Mangena, CEO of Dream With Dan & Dream Inc., is a best-selling author, radio host, international speaker, master money manifesto, and the creator of the Beyond Intention Paradigm. His insights on personal development, drawn from extensive experience guiding people through midlife crises, shed light on the importance of aligning our lives with our true desires rather than societal expectations. Daniel shares his expertise on the fascinating concept of money DNA and the importance of understanding our unique love language. In this episode, you will: Learn the concept of money DNA and its connection to our internal communication.What it takes and how to run two different podcasts.The power of intentionality in podcasting and the impact it has on success.Learn how self-communication is a compass for financial decision-making.Understanding and reshaping our attitudes and beliefs about wealth.The importance of collaborative conversations in enacting change.Harnessing the power of focused intention in groups to create positive shifts in reality.Learn the seeds of change and the transformative power of self-awareness. Links: dreamwithdan.com All this and more, on this week’s episode of We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next time when we talk about fighting ignorance with humour with Dan Ilic. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love.
Buying back your time: Scaling your business feat. Dan Martell
10-12-2023
Buying back your time: Scaling your business feat. Dan Martell
Learn the “buyback principle” to maximise productivity and growth The ‘buyback principle’ is a concept that focuses on enabling entrepreneurs to regain control of their time and maximise efficiency. It emphasises the importance of strategic time management to optimise productivity and achieve business growth. By applying this principle, entrepreneurs can identify and eliminate time-consuming activities, delegate tasks, and leverage tools and techniques to streamline their workflow. Valuable tasks and time get prioritised, leading to increased productivity and business scalability. Join me as I engage with Dan Martell, an award-winning entrepreneur, angel investor, thought leader, and highly sought-after coach in the software as a service industry. He is an executive coach focused exclusively on B2B SaaS to help predictably scale their businesses. He founded the SaaS Academy and grew it to become one of the largest coaching companies in the world. With his expertise and experience, he brings a wealth of knowledge about the evolving landscape of technology and its impact on creative individuals and businesses. In this episode, you will: Explore the concept of buying back your time and its impact on business scalabilityDiscuss the importance of maximising productivity and efficiency for creative individualsSee AI as a crucial tool for enhancing productivity, not just a tech gimmickHighlight how AI can streamline processes and enhance decision-makingGet insights into common AI misconceptions, especially regarding its impact on jobsDiscuss the evolving landscape of technology and its impact on creative individuals and businessesUnderstand the importance of partnerships in maximising AI benefits for your businessShare tips and tricks for podcasters who also have a businessExplore different ways to grow a business using a podcastDiscover how AI can revolutionise content creation and modification If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end, or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that, go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned for my upcoming conversation with Daniel Mangena. Make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://www.buybackyourtime.com/https://www.danmartell.com/https://www.saasacademy.com/
From ice baths to emotional work feat. Robbie Bent
26-11-2023
From ice baths to emotional work feat. Robbie Bent
Learn how to balance emotions and manage a busy schedule In this episode, I am delighted to have a conversation with Robbie Bent, the visionary founder behind Othership. Robbie is on a mission to create a unique and transformative experience through the combination of sauna, ice bath, and emotional regulation techniques. He has built Othership, the first ice bath and sauna classes in North America focused on emotional wellness, along with a breathwork mobile app. Robbie's journey is truly inspiring, as he shares his own response to struggling with addiction and how Othership has become a powerful tool for creating connection and promoting emotional well-being. Robbie Bent's background as a GP at Vine Ventures, a Psychedelic Medicine venture fund, and his previous experience at the Ethereum Foundation have influenced his approach to building Othership. He shares the journey of Othership, starting from a backyard ice bath to a successful physical space and the development of their app. Robbie also highlights the importance of podcasts as a medium for storytelling and their role in spreading the message of Othership. Throughout our conversation, Robbie emphasizes the significance of being passionate about the product you're building and finding joy in the process, providing valuable insights for entrepreneurs and individuals looking to make a positive impact. In this episode you will: Learn how to balance emotions and manage a busy schedule.Understand the effects of the Othership app and how it can transform individuals.Learn to tell a compelling long-form story through podcasts.Take a deeper look into the growth and success of Othership.We answer a question about using podcasts for advertising and marketing.Rethink your value as a business owner by listening to Robbie's insights.Understand the importance of caring deeply about the product you're building.Hear us talk about the challenges and rewards of building a business around creativity.Learn how to find joy and play in the work you do.We talk in-depth about the impact and emotional experiences in the Othership space. All this and more, on this week’s episode of We Are Podcast. Listen to the podcast! wearepodcast.com If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned for the next episode because I will be talking to Dan Martell. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://www.othership.us/
Embracing Uncomfortable Conversations for Growth and Change feat Kiri-Maree Moore
12-11-2023
Embracing Uncomfortable Conversations for Growth and Change feat Kiri-Maree Moore
Learn how to have uncomfortable conversations and gain insights from different perspectives Uncomfortable conversations... they're not always easy, but they're often the catalyst for growth and understanding. In a recent episode of my podcast, I had the privilege of engaging in a thought-provoking dialogue with the remarkable Kiri-Maree Moore. Together, we delved into the importance of embracing discomfort, diverse viewpoints, and disruptive leadership in our constantly evolving world. Our captivating conversation explored intriguing topics such as human intelligence, artificial intelligence, and the urgent need for new patterns of thinking. Join us as we shine a light on the power of these conversations to shape our perspectives and ignite positive change in both our personal and professional lives. Kiri-Maree Moore is a true visionary, where she helps intelligent individuals make even smarter decisions. With a deep understanding of sustainable solution pathways, Kiri-Maree is bridging the gap between problems and solutions on a global scale. Her innovative and future-thinking approach to leadership, human intelligence, and culture has garnered her recognition. In this episode, we dive into her journey and the profound impact she's making in the world. In this episode you will: Learn how to embrace uncomfortable conversations for growth and change.Understand the importance of understanding different perspectives and listening to others.Learn to ask smarter questions and make effective decisions.Take a deeper look at the intersection of human intelligence, artificial intelligence, and divine intelligence.We answer a question about opening up conversations and being okay with disagreement.Rethink your value by challenging old approaches and thinking innovatively.Understand the power of asking effective questions and gaining insights from diverse perspectives.Hear us talk about disruptive leadership and the need for standing strong in your beliefs.Learn how to navigate uncomfortable conversations and find common ground.We talk in-depth about creating a platform for future generations to have a voice and make a positive impact. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned for the next week’s episode about From Ice Baths to Emotional Work with Robbie Bent. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: The Decision Table Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/0xKLxzB29oHMKxjIhjOGU1?flow_ctx=8d3d7c99-7af3-4e3e-b26b-79ccb228e1ec%3A1697535492 Global Human Intelligence Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/0tTfHptIYzo6fPaDDUf4gD http://theonepercentmovement.com/
Breaking barriers: Embracing diversities at the table feat. Maribel Lara
29-10-2023
Breaking barriers: Embracing diversities at the table feat. Maribel Lara
Learn how to create an inclusive workplace Diversity in the workplace is essential for fostering innovation, growth, and success. It goes beyond meeting quotas and ticking boxes; it's about embracing different perspectives and experiences that challenge the status quo and drive positive change. When a workplace is diverse, it becomes a breeding ground for creativity and new ideas, as individuals with different backgrounds and identities bring unique insights to the table. This diversity of thought leads to more innovative and effective solutions, as teams can tap into a wide range of perspectives to solve complex problems. Maribel Lara is the Senior Vice-President and Head of Consulting at The Sasha Group, a VaynerX company that provides educational, consulting and marketing services to companies with a growth mindset. She has been within the Vayner world since 2014 and her role has included reporting to and partnering with CEO and serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk to execute initiatives tied to the strategic growth of the agency. In this episode, she talks about female representation and diverse perspectives. In this episode you will: Learn about female representation in leadership and the importance of understanding different perspectives.Learn how social media has changed the marketing landscape and the importance of connecting with specific cohorts.Understand the value of diverse voices and experiences in organizations.Take a deeper look at the challenges and opportunities in creating inclusive and diverse workplaces.We answer a question about the impact of marginalized communities in the advertising industry.Rethink the value of diversity and the role it plays in driving innovation.Understand the personal journeys and experiences that shape individuals' perspectives.Hear us talk about the need for organizations to create opportunities for people from different backgrounds.Learn how to foster a culture that supports and values diversity and inclusion.We talk in-depth about the power of storytelling and representation in marketing and advertising. All this and more, on this week’s episode of We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned for the next episode when I talk to Kiri-Maree Moore about holding uncomfortable conversations. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://thesashagroup.com/https://vaynerx.com/
Navigating the challenges of business growth and rebranding feat. Bri Seeley
15-10-2023
Navigating the challenges of business growth and rebranding feat. Bri Seeley
Learn the impact of rebranding on business growth Rebranding is a powerful process that can profoundly impact a business and its audience. By undergoing a rebrand, businesses can experience a shift in perspectives, attract new opportunities, and propel growth. It is a crucial aspect of business development that involves exploring the nuances of rebranding and gaining valuable insights into its transformative effects. Joining us in this episode is the remarkable Bri Seeley. She is an entrepreneurial success designer who works with ambitious female entrepreneurs to create highly profitable businesses. She is also the Founder of infinite HERizons, a nonprofit on the mission to create economic equity for historically marginalized individuals through entrepreneurial education and empowerment. You may have seen her winning awards for Business Coach of the Year, on the TEDx stage delivering her revolutionary ‘From Wages to Wealth’ talk, or on any number of press outlets such as Good Morning America, The TODAY Show, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Women’s Health and more. Her expertise and unique perspective shed light on the challenges and triumphs of rebranding, offering invaluable guidance for anyone looking to embark on a similar journey. In this episode you will: Start small and generate revenue no matter how small instead of waiting for perfectionBe cautious of entrepreneurs teaching without proven successUnderstand fundamental business blocks, avoid relying on others' success pathsFocus on foundation and growth before seeking fundingUtilize AI tools like VIDYO and Writeflow for efficient podcast editing and content creationBuild relationships with potential guests and invite based on shared interestsLeverage social media platforms and SEO strategies to promote the podcastConsider expanding the podcast's presence to YouTube for increased visibilitiesEmbrace change, adapt, and make an impact as an entrepreneur All this and more, on this week’s episode of  We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week when I talk with Maribel Lara, Head of Consulting at The Sasha Group. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://briseeley.com/
The power of niching down in entrepreneurship feat. Jeff Mains
01-10-2023
The power of niching down in entrepreneurship feat. Jeff Mains
Learn how to build business through niching and podcasting To carve a distinctive presence in a saturated market, it's imperative to pinpoint a specific niche and cultivate a well-defined target audience. By doing so, you not only stand out but also establish a solid foundation from which to operate. Treat your podcast as a potent business development tool, leveraging it to nurture relationships with your esteemed guests and gradually extend your reach to a broader audience. Maximize your podcast's impact by creating compelling assets like video shorts and audiograms, strategically shared across social media platforms to engage and captivate your audience. Remember, low view counts should not deter your enthusiasm; content is often evergreen and can continue to resonate with audiences months down the road, ultimately contributing to your long-term success in the podcasting realm. Jeff Mains is an expert at turning ideas into enterprises. He has built five companies totaling over $200 million in combined revenue, and four have been acquired by strategic buyers. He is the founder and CEO of healthcare SaaS Intelligent Contacts headquartered in Plano, Texas. Fanatical about helping entrepreneurs build stellar companies, Jeff is founder and CEO of SaaS growth accelerator Champion Leadership Group where he mentors business leaders to navigate complex challenges and create futureproof business. Key takeaways: Niche down to a narrowly defined target market to stand out in a crowded marketBuilding a future-proof business requires being for someone and having a specific ideal client profilePodcasts can serve as a top-of-funnel marketing tool and also as a business development toolVideo should be used in podcasting and can be uploaded to YouTube and tagged as a podcastAudiograms, images, and video shorts can help increase engagement with podcast content on social mediaBuilding relationships with podcast guests can lead to business development opportunitiesServing the audience and interacting with them regularly is key to podcast success. All this and more, on this week’s episode of  We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on  wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating, it really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week when I talk to Bri Seeley, founder of infinite HERizons. So, make sure to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://championleadership.com/podcast/https://intelligentcontacts.com/
Overcoming imposter syndrome to make engaging content feat. Byron Dempsey
17-09-2023
Overcoming imposter syndrome to make engaging content feat. Byron Dempsey
Learn how to create engaging content Engaging in content creation is crucial to building a successful brand or podcast. It involves creating content that resonates with your audience and keeps them returning for more. Understanding your audience’s interests and preferences and tailoring your content to meet their needs is important. By creating engaging content, you can build a loyal following and establish yourself as an authority in your niche. Byron Dempsey is the founder of Driven Young (DYP) and host of the Driven Young podcast, the number one educational podcast in Australia for young people, with over 1 million followers and over 700,000 podcast downloads. Byron focuses on teaching practical life skills we don’t learn in school. This episode discusses his journey as a podcast host and his process for creating a podcast episode. He discusses the importance of making guests feel comfortable and the benefits of having a conversational approach to interviews. He also shares his strategy for creating TikTok clips and measuring the success of his podcast through listener feedback. Key Takeaways: The Driven Young podcast targets young people and aims to teach practical life skills not taught in schoolImposter syndrome can be a good thing because it keeps us in check and forces us to be learnersAuthenticity and relatability are key components of successful podcastingPreparation and research are important for interviewing, but conversation flow is also crucialSocial media platforms like TikTok can be used to promote podcast content and engage with listenersMeasuring success through listener impact can be a more meaningful metric than focusing solely on numbers All this and more, on this week’s episode of We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end, or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating. It really helps us get found more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that, go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned next week because I’ll share a conversation with Jeff Mains. He is the founder and CEO of healthcare SaaS Intelligent Contacts, headquartered in Plano, Texas. So, subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://drivenyoung.com/
Building a Resilient Business in the Age of AI feat. Glen Carlson
03-09-2023
Building a Resilient Business in the Age of AI feat. Glen Carlson
Staying Relevant in a Competitive and AI-Driven Business Landscape Being a key person of influence is crucial for businesses to stay relevant and competitive in today’s fast-paced digital landscape. One way to achieve this is by leveraging podcasting, which provides a powerful platform for thought leadership and building a community of engaged listeners. By consistently producing high-quality content and sharing unique insights on industry trends, businesses can establish themselves as authorities in their niche and increase brand awareness. Additionally, podcasting can help businesses develop a strong personal brand and stay ahead of the curve by embracing digitization and other emerging technologies. Overall, podcasting is an invaluable tool for businesses looking to stay relevant and make an impact in today’s rapidly evolving marketplace. Today’s guest is Glen Carlson. Glen co-founded Dent Global, a business accelerator that helps entrepreneurs become key people of influence and scale their businesses. With over 3000 clients and a track record of success, Glen is passionate about helping business owners navigate the changing landscape of entrepreneurship and succeed in the digital age. In this episode, he shares insights on the future of business, the importance of building a brand, and the impact of AI on entrepreneurship. Key takeaways: Competition is becoming fiercer, especially for B2B service businessesBusinesses need to adapt to new technologies and platforms to stay relevantBusiness owners should focus on outcome-oriented services rather than just providing a serviceA strong personal brand and influence can greatly contribute to successBeing a key person of influence has a massive effect on business successAI can enhance the value of human workers and make them more valuableStay ahead of the curve by constantly reimagining and adjusting your business model All this and more, on this week’s episode of We Are Podcast. If this is the first episode you’ve listened to all the way to the end, or if you are a regular, thank you … I love that you are here. Check out our back catalogue on wearepodcast.com, subscribe to the show and give me a review and rating; it helps us get seen more. If you are a business owner podcaster and want to join others just like you in a group where we share tactics & ideas on what’s working (or not) for us when it comes to using our podcast in the best possible way. For more on that, go to wearepodcast.com/group … it is free. Stay tuned for the next episode because I will talking to Byron Dempsey. He is the founder Driven Young (DYP) and host of the Driven Young podcast. So, subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, much love. Links: https://www.scoreapp.com/https://www.keypersonofinfluence.com/https://www.dent.global/