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A Podstorm: A Powerful Idea For Podcasters & Podcast Listeners

Merriam-Webster defines a Tweetstorm as: “A series of related tweets posted by a Twitter user in quick succession.” So then what exactly is a Podstorm? “A Podstorm is a series of related episodes posted in quick succession by a podcaster.” In May 2020, we launched the first-ever #Podstorm with my marketing podcast releasing a new…

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Top VC Unveils Crisis Leadership Strategies For Entrepreneurs

by Guest Blogger Navin Chaddha   The coronavirus pandemic has upended the way venture capitalists and startup founders interact, meaning that to raise a round, entrepreneurs need to adapt. These are his top five tips for building a successful company amid and after the outbreak. Show strong leadership, make a playbook, try an all-remote culture,…

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5 Ways to Stimulate Cash Flow in a Downturn

Business leaders have rightly focused on the most urgent issues regarding Covid-19, such as the safety of their employees and customers, and the security of their supply chains. The critical next step is to try to keep cash flowing by managing near-term revenue and expenses. History teaches us valuable lessons for managing cash during a…

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What IBM’s experience during the Great Depression can teach today’s tech CEOs.

By Kevin Maney   During the Great Depression of the 1930s, IBM’s CEO, Thomas Watson, proved a point that today’s executives should consider. In the worst of times, bravely bucking pressure to lay off workers and instead investing in the business can tee up explosive growth later.   Reports about layoff strategies amid the COVID-19…

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Four-Star General Stanley McChrystal Offers COVID-19 Leadership Advice for President Donald Trump On Top Podcast

Respected retired military leader shares ideas for business and government leaders grappling with the public health and economic crisis.   Today #1 charting Apple podcaster and #1 bestselling Amazon author Christopher Lochhead released a new episode of the award-winning “Follow Your Different“ podcast with retired Four-Star General and leadership coach Stanley A. McChrystal. During a wide-ranging, unedited podcast dialogue, General McChrystal…

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The Dalai Lama Thinks This US Marine’s Ideas on Fear Are Transformative

Marine Corps combat veteran. Ultra marathoner. Nonprofit entrepreneur. Akshay Nanavati finds his nirvana in worthy struggles.   Don’t demonize stress and anxiety, he advises. Learn how to control your emotional response to them instead.   “I believe that the most important skill to master in life is the ability to develop a positive relationship to…

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Marketing Through The Crisis: 7 Ideas

Shit is getting weird. It’s going to get weirder before the coronavirus fades from the headlines. The human toll of this pandemic is inconceivable. The economic cost is already devastating. Even with a $2 trillion bailout, the U.S. and the world are hurtling toward a downturn. Pipelines and revenue will be compromised. Budgets and spending…

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Data is nature: A refreshing new-world approach to data and technology with Digital Business Guru Big Ben Rewis

Nearly four decades ago, a seventeen-year-old coder living in Boston, Massachusetts with $400 to his name packed his bags, climbed aboard a Green Tortoise Bus and high-tailed it 3,000 miles across the country to San Francisco, California.    There, my buddy and podcast guest, Big Ben Rewis would spend the next thirty-eight years of his…

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In 2020 We Should Elect A President Who Advocates For Entrepreneurs. Here’s Why

It’s no surprise that most of the venture capital activity in the US is happening in California. According to a 2017 Brookings report, California is home to 51% of the nation’s venture capital. Basically, if you’re not in California, there’s a severe lack of opportunities for funding. My guess is that this figure probably hasn’t changed…

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