On this episode Josh talks with Danny Govberg, CEO of Govberg Jewelers and WatchBox about the the changes he recognized in the luxury retail space and what he did to grow his company from a local retailer to a global leader.
This episode, Josh spends time with JJ Ramberg. She is a founder of Goodshop.com and the host of the host of "Your Business" on MSNBC. They talk about various aspects of your company's culture including putting processes in place, being socially responsible, and making sure you know and stick to your company's "north star".
On this episode Josh has a great discussion with Thomas Waterman, Chief Purpose Pioneer at Purpose Pioneers. They talk about the importance in individuals knowing and connecting with their "purpose" as the driving force in their work and life.
On this episode Josh talks with Mark Podolsky from TheLandGeek.com. They discuss the importance of passive income and multiple revenue streams. They also discuss some strategies for systemizing your business.
On this episode Josh speaks with Hank Levine, President and CEO of iPlace USA. Hank talks about the "gamification" process they have put into place to work toward staff development.
On this episode, Josh spends time with Connor Gillivan from FreeeUp.com. They discuss the advantages of using freelancers and some steps to make you more successful in finding the right hires.
On this episode Josh speaks with Ken Tucker from Changescape Web. They discuss online review management and ways to market your business through social media and reviews.
On this episode Josh talks benefit corporations with Rick Alexander from B Lab.
On this episode Josh has a great conversation with Jeffrey Davidson from Leading Great Teams. They talk about how to build great teams, from some hiring tips to making them hit the ground running and providing them with frequent and clear feedback.
On this episode Josh speaks with Michael Dinich from YourMoneyGeek.com. They talk about employee health insurance options including partially self-funded plans and Health Savings Account plans.
On this episode Josh speaks with Paul McManus, CEO of More Clients, More Fun. They talk about a pivot Paul took with his business to make it more profitable and more enjoyable by scaling up to higher value clients.
On this episode Josh talks with Frank Wagner, Master Coach with Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching. They discuss what "stakeholder centered coaching" is and why it is more effective than traditional models of coaching for guiding leadership.
This weeks Josh talks with his old friend Lou Bortone from Lou Bortone Video Marketing. They talk about how critical it is for you to use video in your company. They also discuss how easy it can be with things like Facebook Live and how to use it in different ways including emails with personalized video clips.
On this episode Josh spends time with Kathy Knowles, Chief People Officer at Intuitive Solutions. They discuss hiring practices and interview questions you can use to get the right hires.
On this episode. Josh talks with Michael Devellano, author of Automate & Grow. They discuss the inevitable changes automation will bring about and how business owners can use even today's automation technology to eliminate repetitive tasks for them or their staff and free up more time to grow the company.
On this episode Josh spends time with Jen Hemphill, a Money Confidence coach and host of the Her Money Matters ® Podcast. They talk about some of the financial myths including the one that says making more money will solver your financial problems. They also talk about the importance of budgets and in having a strong "why".
Today we're talking with Hannah Davis from Bangs Shoes. You're going to learn about the challenges of starting a new company and running a virtual company where there are no employees in the same physical location.
On this episode Josh speaks with Emily Scott from ES&. Emily talks about passion and about asking questions using the power of "and".
On this episode Josh speaks with Meshell Baker. They discuss mistakes and learning from them.
On this episode Josh (Patrick) spends time with Josh Long, Founder of Bottleneck Breakthrough Group. They discuss what a bottleneck is and how Josh (Long) suggests you should go about tackling things in your business.
On this episode Josh speaks with Lee Caraher, founder and CEO of Double Forte. They discuss loyalty in the workplace and how a policy open to workers coming back can be beneficial.
On this episode Josh chats with Whitney Hansen, Host of "The Money Nerds" podcast, and a personal finance coach and entrepreneur. They talk about some of Whitney's suggestions for budgeting and getting out of debt.
On this episode Josh speaks with Stacey Brown Randall a Business growth accelerator about referral marketing. She explains what referral marketing in and tips on how best to use it.
On this episode Josh spends time with Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, founder of KBK Wealth Connection, and author of Breaking Money Silence. They discuss the importance of having meaningful money conversations with your spouse and family and some ways to get started doing so.