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From politics to the personal, we're about solutions. Our weekly podcast features two friends and longtime journalists. Join Richard Davies (ABC News) and Jim Meigs (Popular Mechanics) as they challenge authors, experts and provocateurs in a search for positive, practical ideas. Guests include Alan Dershowitz, a noted legal scholar and defender of civil liberties; Mike Rowe of "Dirty Jobs" and Lenore Skenazy, founder of "Free Range Kids." Topics include politics, parenting, personal finance, ...
 
The world's most candid, inspiring sales podcast. With millions of downloads and 900+ episodes of in-depth conversations with the most exciting B2B sales and marketing leaders in the business, the Sales Enablement Podcast with Andy Paul explores critical sales insights, sales perspectives, sales skills and sales technologies that enable peak sales performance.Host Andy Paul is a B2B sales and management expert, author of two award-winning sales books, is ranked #8 on LinkedIn’s list of Top 5 ...
 
Stock market commentary from Wall St thought leaders in strategy, economics, technical analysis and policy. Disclaimer .......... This Podcast Audio Show has been prepared by Renaissance Macro Research, LLC (“RenMac”), an affiliate of Renaissance Macro Securities, LLC. This Podcast Audio Show is for distribution only as may be permitted by law. It is published solely for information purposes; it is not an advertisement nor is it a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any financial instrum ...
 
Since April 2011, the Bite and Booze Radio Show presented by Calandro's Supermarket has featured original, local content about the food and beverage scene of Louisiana. Jay Ducote serves as host of the show. It is produced by Charles Pierce. On the show, Jay chats with guests about culinary events and festivals, interviews local chefs, speaks with representatives from food based charities and non-profit organizations, talks about his favorite places to eat and drink around the state, discuss ...
 
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She lived in Seattle and covered science, climate change, and the environment for NPR for more than a decade. Most of her friends and colleagues were liberals or progressives. Then in 2018, journalist Ashley Ahearn made a big jump, moving with her husband to one of the most conservative counties in rural Washington State. What did this public radio…
 
Ian Koniak is Strategic Account Director at Salesforce.com. If you have a good memory, you'll recall Ian was on this show two months ago. Today we're talking about a topic we meant to cover in his last appearance. Namely his struggles with addiction and mental health. Ian is incredibly open and honest about his past struggles with addiction and the…
 
Kelsey Moreira is the founder and fearless leader of Doughp, an incredibly successful cookie dough company committed to reducing the stigmas around mental health & addiction. Kelsey was on the career fast track when she hit bottom 6,000 miles away from home. That's when she committed to herself that she'd had her last drink. It's what she did from …
 
Jon Levy is the Founder and Host of Influencers, a Behavioral scientist, consultant, and author of a very interesting new book titled, "You're Invited, The Art and Science of Cultivating Influence." On today's episode we're talking influence, connection and trust. We start with Influence. What is it? What does it mean to have influence? And the rol…
 
Kate Leidy is the founder of Strively and today we talk about second chances. Strively's work is to prepare and mentor former inmates to enter the workforce as successful SDRs in tech companies. It's part of her larger mission to to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace in the tech sector. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f…
 
Too often in our fierce and narrow political debates, we suffer from a poverty of imagination. Seeing a crisis through a narrow lens of "us versus them" is a barrier to creative solutions and vital changes needed to save lives, protect the planet, and grow prosperity. In this episode we discuss the enormous power and potential of framing: mental mo…
 
Marin Nelson is the Regional VP of Enterprise Service at Salesforce, and the co-founder and CEO of SoberForce. In this conversation Marin shares her story of recovery and how that led to the creation of Soberforce, an Employee Led Resource Group within Salesforce - started with the goal to provide a community and connection for sober employees, sup…
 
Howard Brown is Founder and CEO of ringDNA, and a licensed therapist. Richard Harris is the Founder of the Harris Consulting Group, and Co-founder of "Surf and Sales". Today's episode is the first in a series about mental health and sales. In this conversation, Richard shares his personal sales and mental health story, and we dig into recent survey…
 
Ned Davis has been actively involved with the markets for 53-years, starting his eponymous firm NDR in 1980. Despite all the systems, technology and experience at his disposal, he continues to find utility in and rely upon some of the most traditional tools available. Today we discuss what works, what doesn't, how markets have changed as well as so…
 
John P Davis is the author of the book, "HOW TO GET A SALES JOB." In today's conversation John and I get into what makes interviewing for a sales job unique. Getting a job is like sales itself. And John breaks down what you need to do to help the buyer (in this case, the hiring manager) make the right decision. Plus, we dive into how to effectively…
 
In the months after George Floyd’s murder, colleges, universities, non-profits, and large corporations across the country embraced anti-racism and diversity training as a way to promote inclusion and racial justice. But do these programs actually work to change minds and achieve their goals? Our guest, associate professor of History at Carleton Col…
 
Dale Dupree is the founder and CEO of The Sales Rebellion. If you've been paying attention, Dale's is a growing voice in the conversation about how we do sales better. And in this episode Dale and I dig into what salespeople should be rebelling against. We talk about the problems with product led sales, We get into what it means to rebel against th…
 
Oscar Trimboli is the author of the new book, "Deep Listening: Impact Beyond Words." This is one of my favorite topics because Listening is the way you give value to the words of other people. On today's episode Oscar and I dig into the difference between hearing and listening. Multiple academic studies have shown that between 50% and 55% of your w…
 
In 14m RenMac discusses DC Statehood, the SEC’s new found interest in SPACs, 96% of names above 200-day MA, the importance of discretionary names, absolute breakouts in staples and utilities not confirmed by relative strength, and is the slowing reopening data effected by the end of spring break.By Jeff deGraaf, Neil Dutta, & Stephen Pavlick
 
Minter Dial is author of the book, "You Lead: How Being Yourself Makes You a Better Leader." It's not going to surprise you that I liked Minter's book. I often talk on this show about how being yourself makes you a better seller and in today's conversation we talk about how in the wake of the pandemic people are rethinking and reconfiguring what’s …
 
What’s the greatest crisis facing America today? — Racism and hate crimes, exploding government debt, climate change, or the mess at the border? It may be none of these. America and many other countries are trapped in high conflict. Both sides are paralyzed by fear and anger as they demonize the other. The national narrative of "us versus them" is …
 
Hayes Davis is the CEO and founder of Gradient Works, where they are creating the CRO operating system. In today's conversation we talk about the concept of "revenue orchestration." We dig into why companies are quick to blame reps for unproductivity before examining whether they've orchestrated a system and process that enables reps to be effectiv…
 
Jon Ferrara is the Founder and CEO of Nimble, the social sales and marketing CRM for individuals and teams. Look, I love talking with Jon. He is one of the fathers of the CRM system. The first exposure many of us had to any form of sales force automation was with Gold Mine, a product created by Jon. He understands at a level that most of us don't, …
 
Richard Chilton is the founder, chairman, CEO and CIO of Chilton Investment Company. He's been on the vanguard of investment trends for over 40-years staring in M&A, cutting his teeth as a small cap manager at Alliance in the 80s, starting his hedge fund in 1992 and trust company in 2011. Richard shares with us his investment philosophy, stories fr…
 
Eric Siu is the CEO of ClickFlow and Single Grain and the author of a new book, "Leveling Up: How to Master the Game of Life." Eric has written an interesting book about applying the lessons he learned in becoming a top gamer, to his personal and professional development. As Eric writes in his book Even though most people think gaming is a waste of…
 
We’ve made it to our 300th weekly episode! While it’s easy to congratulate ourselves for being among the few podcasts to produce this many shows, Jim and Richard are most proud of our extraordinary range of guests. During our first six years together, we've often highlighted out-of-the-box thinkers, who share ideas that are too rarely discussed: Pe…
 
Brian Souza is the CEO and founder of Productivity Drivers Inc and author of the NYT bestselling book, "The Weekly Coaching Conversation." Today - not surprisingly - Brian and I have a wide ranging conversation about coaching! We get into research Brian has done which found that there is a direct correlation between the quantity and quality of coac…
 
Philip Squire is the CEO of Consalia, a multi-national sales consulting firm based out of London and author of the new book, "Selling Transformed: Develop the Sales Values which Deliver Competitive Advantage." On today's episode Phil suggests that a new paradigm for selling is required – one that is based on values and belief systems. He talks abou…
 
Recent mass shootings and the explosion of rage outside the U.S. Capitol on January 6 are reminders of threats posed to us all by anger, fear and loathing. On social media and in the hyper-partisan ways political issues are debated, many of us objectify others. Those who belong to the wrong tribe are often targets of personal scorn. In a Twitter po…
 
Tiffany Heimpel is a Sales Manager for Marketing Solutions at LinkedIn. It's safe to say that the pandemic has been particularly hard for women in sales with school age and preschool age kids at home. They carry a disproportionate share of the load in managing work, remote learning, the family, relationships and so on. In our conversation today, Ti…
 
Joe Caprio is the co-founder of Reprise, a no-code platform for product demo creation. On today's episode Joe fills us in on Reprise and the problem they're solving for SaaS companies by making it easier for buyers to actually experience your product. Joe and I always have fun talking about sales in general. And this conversation is no exception. W…
 
Ian Koniak is the Strategic Account Director at Salesforce. This is one of those conversations where I have prepared a ton of questions for my guest and we end up talking about none of them! In this case, we were going to explore Ian's battle with mental health and addiction issues. I promise Ian will be back on this show shortly to talk about this…
 
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