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Best Rocketfuel podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Rocketfuel podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Managing a small team or business comes with a unique set of challenges. With limited resources and man power - it's easy for things to often times feel chaotic and out of your control. How can you as a leader accomplish your goals while keeping your team engaged, effective, and accountable? This podcast will give you practical strategies that you can implement now to lead your team or business to reach it's fullest potential.
 
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Today I get to share my most recent interview with Jennifer Kerr - founder and owner of Windmill Bakery and Deli 31 here in Columbia, TN. Jennifer started not one, but two businesses from scratch within 2 YEARS of each other and both are thriving. Jennifer shares a ton of value in this short episode on topics like struggling with delegation, workin…
 
Today I sit down with Caleb Mathis, owner of Columbia, TN's Chik-Fil-A to discuss culture, mission, and the value of mentoring employees. If you've been struggling to learn how to empower employees and develop leadership within your team, you'll enjoy this episode full of advice and experiences that you can use to improve the quality of your team.…
 
What is "overwhelm addiction"? Who would we be if we weren't defined by how busy we are or what we do at work? How do you change as a person so that you can change your organization? How do we recognize our work colleagues in a meaningful and impactful way? In this interview with former E-Myth coach Josef Shapiro, we discuss answers to these questi…
 
Today's interview is with Dr. Allison Duke, Associate Dean and Professor of Management at Lipscomb University and in this episode we ask and answer the question: how can a manager handle the complex nature of individuals with various personalities and create a positive, productive, team culture?By Danny Coleman
 
As small business owners, it's important for us to be identifying who pays our bills. The customer relationship has to be treated exactly as such - a relationship. In this episode, Platform University Dean - John Meese - sits down with me to talk about practical ways small businesses can get clearer on who their target customers are and how to buil…
 
You already have your vision for your business - so what about the systems and people that make it up? In today's episode, I interview real estate software CEO Dan Schwartz about what it takes to build a business that can scale without your constant need to spoon-feed employees.By Danny Coleman
 
In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing world-class DJ, Mr. Amani Roberts (DJ AmRo) about his mission: bringing creativity into the workplace and the way it can improve team culture. The word "culture" gets thrown around a lot these days and most small businesses are ignoring it - at their peril. Creating strong bonds and perpetuating a…
 
In today's episode I speak with Liz Goddard and Nicole Grinnell of Cc: My Admin. With Cc: My Admin you only pay for the tasks you need completed by hours worked. Hiring an administrative assistant to help you optimize your time is the single greatest thing you can do to start moving towards a better relationship with your business. I thoroughly enj…
 
In today's episode, I conclude my 8 step "Organizing the Chaos Process." Click here if you want to check out the previous episodes where I covered steps 1-7. Setting up a regular meeting structure is the last thing I do when consulting with a client. Meetings seem to have a bad rap and as such, I've found that a surprising number of teams aren't ha…
 
In step #7 of my process, I talk about how I help small business owners realize the difference between working on your business vs just working in your business. If the "in" work is keeping you from the "on" work - this episode is for you. Learn about what an "Integrator" is and how they can save you from the day to day operations of your business.…
 
In today's interview, I sit down to talk with Chris Weninegar. Chris is a classic visionary - a series of jobs that just didn't seem to take, an idea, and taking massive action to make that idea a reality. In this episode, you'll learn about how Muletown Roasted Coffee came to be, how it inspired a community to rediscover its heritage, and how a bu…
 
I'm a huge Simon Sinek fan and the concept he preaches about, which is finding your "Why." No one cares about what you do; they care about why you do it. Tyler Steigelman is the owner and operator of WorthWhile Brands - a custom clothing brand with a message. I love the positive message of Tyler's brand and I want to see everywhere. His story is in…
 
In the last step of my Organizing Chaos process, we talked about getting clear on what you want out of life and where your business should be taking you. During step 2, we'll figure out how to spend your time in order to get there. In this next step, we figure out what all needs done in your business. We then lay out everything that needs done and …
 
In this episode, I interview Nick Ercolano who taught me that anyone can monetize their passion. You'll not only learn about how he did that, but you'll get some great tips on developing yourself as an entrepreneur, learning how to deal with competition, and getting insight into how you can create an exceptional experience that your customers will …
 
Many times when a business is started or a new product/service is being developed, we feel like everything must be perfect and complete before we release it to the world. speak with Joshua Merrill of Legacy Coffee Company who started his beloved Spring Hill, TN coffee company even after a failed Kickstarter campaign and numerous other setbacks. Che…
 
Pretending to be something you're not will only get you so far. On the other hand, you can be 100% your true self, but struggle with communication when it comes to people who are different from you. In this week's episode, I speak with former Dave Ramsey employee, Marcus Meazzo of Meazzo Design about what it means to have an authentic brand, why be…
 
In this week's episode, I interview Aaron Rudd who started Columbia's first coworking space - Muletown Collective. What does it take to start a community? What kinds of struggles do you face in those early days of starting a business? How do you trust others to help you build something great? I really enjoyed the powerful insight and great advice I…
 
In today's episode, I get the amazing opportunity to interview Mr. Chris Coyne of Modeof8. Chris has over 20 years of leadership experience in the military and now consults with small to medium sized businesses all over the country. This episode is packed to the brim with solid, actionable advice that you can begin implementing immediately to chang…
 
In this interview, I talk to John Slimack, Co-Owner of Sound Revival Records in Columbia, TN. What does it take to organize a group of creatives? How do you manage a business when you're only around part-time? Check out this episode to learn how you can take your passion and scale it from part-time gig to world dominating empire.…
 
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