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EZ bros fantasy football podcast is all about fantasy football all the time. come and join the EZ bros family and let us help with bringing home that fantasy championship you have been longing for. EZ bros family aims to make fantasy football EZ for all whether your a pro or a rookie.-Weekly rankings-Weekly start/sit -Weekly matchup advice-Sleepers/Bench worthy candidates-Trade advice all the way to the wire-Daily injury report and advice-Answer online questions- #Coltsfan- #Dolphinsfan- #Ca ...
 
The team at Stanford eCorner believes in the powerful combination of evidence and imagination. We share original stories from informed leaders in academia and industry that focus on innovation, startups, culture, and strategy. The goal: empower you to bring bold ideas to life. Stanford eCorner is led by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship center in Stanford University’s School of Engineering.
 
Thanks for tuning in the Consulting Lifestyle podcast! This show is done by a consultant for the consultants. You will enjoy a combination of solo shows and exciting guest interviews on various topics affecting the lives of B2B consultants: leadership, personal development, sales, CRM, ERP, marketing, information technology, organizational development, employee engagement, intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship, becoming an independent contractor, travelling for work, mental health and work-life ...
 
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Our guest today is Ingrid Rogier. Ingrid is a professional and a student at the same time, and she’s passionate about the luxury industry. Most of her professional career has been more within the financial industry, and now she’s moving towards the luxury industry and she has already started to provide services to business people, active in the bat…
 
David Rogier is the founder and CEO of MasterClass, a streaming platform that allows members to watch video lessons from top-performing professionals like Steph Curry, Margaret Atwood, Martin Scorsese, Sarah Blakely and Serena Williams. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani, Rogier discusses why he created MasterClass; how he enga…
 
While attending Harvard Business School, Katrina Lake saw an opportunity to combine data science with human stylists to reinvent the retail space. Lake founded Stitch Fix in 2011 to help women everywhere discover and explore their style through a truly client-focused shopping experience. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani, Lake…
 
Our guest today is Ilenia Vidili. Ilenia Vidili helps organizations to become customer-centric. We talked about her previous career and how she became an independent consultant. You will discover the atypical way in which she started her consulting business. She also has a very unconventional opinion on how an organization has to become customer-ce…
 
Hello, I recorded this mini-episode to announce that I will be speaking at Podfest Global ! Podfest is the biggest virtual podcasting event in the world, from 1-5 March 2021. I will be speaking on Wednesday 3rd of March at 8AM EST. It will be about "how to create and grow a B2B podcast?" = Comment créer et croître un podcast B2B. My keynote will be…
 
David Rogier is the founder and CEO of MasterClass, a streaming platform that allows members to watch video lessons from top-performing professionals like Steph Curry, Margaret Atwood, Martin Scorsese, Sarah Blakely and Serena Williams. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani, Rogier discusses why he created MasterClass; how he enga…
 
Dr Robert Sicora is a consultant who used to work in Human Resources with large organizations such as Pfizer, Carlson companies, Cargill, etc. Throughout his life, he always held a stance about what he wanted to do. He used to want to be a pilot and was working as a recreational therapist with youth. His recreational therapy work is what inspired h…
 
Vlad Tenev is the CEO and co-founder of Robinhood, a fast-growing brokerage platform giving millions of people access to investment opportunities and financial tools. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani, Tenev offers a behind-the-scenes view of high-stakes decisions related to the GameStop crisis, discusses the future of the fin…
 
Vlad Tenev is the CEO and co-founder of Robinhood, a fast-growing brokerage platform giving millions of people access to investment opportunities and financial tools. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani, Tenev offers a behind-the-scenes view of high-stakes decisions related to the GameStop crisis, discusses the future of the fin…
 
Connie Steele is a consulting business owner, author and she built her own “career mashup”. She shares to us the principles of her new book “Building the Business of You: A System to Align Passion and Growth Potential Through Your Own Career Mashup”. It is the first book to help professionals and entrepreneurs navigate the new world of work while a…
 
Welcome to the Season 2 of the podcast. In this episode, I outline the following: Who is the target audience of the podcast Whether there will still be interviews How often episodes will be released Introduction to the first interview of the season Special announcement Get in touch with your host Diogène Ntirandekura at: Email: info@consultinglifes…
 
Stephanie Lampkin, a TEDx speaker and former downhill ski racer, is the founder and CEO of Blendoor, which creates enterprise software that leverages augmented intelligence and people analytics to mitigate unconscious bias in hiring. Her 15-year career in the tech industry has included founding two startups and working in technical roles at Lockhee…
 
Stephanie Lampkin, a TEDx speaker and former downhill ski racer, is the founder and CEO of Blendoor, which creates enterprise software that leverages augmented intelligence and people analytics to mitigate unconscious bias in hiring. Her 15-year career in the tech industry has included founding two startups and working in technical roles at Lockhee…
 
Tony Mugavero is the co-founder and CEO of Rad (formerly known as Littlstar), a consumer streaming platform delivering live and on-demand Esports, music, comedy and sports. A veteran of the content streaming space, Mugavero has witnessed virtual reality’s transformation from an over-hyped new technology into a growing, real-world consumer experienc…
 
Tony Mugavero is the co-founder and CEO of Rad (formerly known as Littlstar), a consumer streaming platform delivering live and on-demand Esports, music, comedy and sports. A veteran of the content streaming space, Mugavero has witnessed virtual reality’s transformation from an over-hyped new technology into a growing, real-world consumer experienc…
 
Alyssa Ravasio is the founder and CEO of Hipcamp, a platform for booking outdoor stays, from national parks to blueberry farms. Hipcamp partners with private landowners to unlock more ways for people to get outside, while also preserving land and ecosystems. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Emily Ma, Ravasio discusses the early days of H…
 
Alyssa Ravasio is the founder and CEO of Hipcamp, a platform for booking outdoor stays, from national parks to blueberry farms. Hipcamp partners with private landowners to unlock more ways for people to get outside, while also preserving land and ecosystems. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Emily Ma, Ravasio discusses the early days of H…
 
This is a spontaneous episode. I just share a feeling that I had last night (we are in Jan 2021) that gave me doubts about my dreams. I explain here how I coped with having doubts and how you could cope as well. To get in touch with me: www.consultinglifestyle.fm info@consultinglifestyle.fm www.erphappy.com www.linkedin.com/in/diogenentirandekura S…
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani reflects on his key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. In a year that defied expectations, he notes that most companies start with good ideas but ultimately fail because founders spread their focus too thin. Belani shares clips from two 2020 ETL talks — one from PlayVS founder and…
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani reflects on his key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. In a year that defied expectations, he notes that most companies start with good ideas but ultimately fail because founders spread their focus too thin. Belani shares clips from two 2020 ETL talks — one from PlayVS founder and…
 
This is the last episode of the year 2020, as well as the last of Season 1. I would like to thank all the listeners of the podcast, I greatly appreciate your support. This episode is to be listened in 3 parts: I share 2020 achievements on the podcast I share with you the 6 areas in which I build my life plan I share my plans for 2021 on the podcast…
 
Cory and Jojo Rankin are a married couple who coach entrepreneurs on how to keep their family strong so that their business is stronger. 2020 has been a challenging year for many families around the world. The boundary between work and private life is now more blurry than ever. This is why I am happy to approach the subject of family and business o…
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford lecturer Toby Corey reflects on his key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. Corey emphasizes that the entrepreneurial journey is a process, particularly when entrepreneurs are presented with extreme challenges or are solving big problems. He shares a clip from the ETL talk “Reimagining Meat,” featuring…
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford lecturer Toby Corey reflects on his key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. Corey emphasizes that the entrepreneurial journey is a process, particularly when entrepreneurs are presented with extreme challenges or are solving big problems. He shares a clip from the ETL talk “Reimagining Meat,” featuring…
 
Stacey is an entrepreneur, author, and podcaster who is part of the “business failure” club. She first delved into HR consulting and then in productivity and business coaching. When she noticed that people were asking her how she managed to be so successful with referrals, she started to teach people how to get referrals without asking. Topics cove…
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford associate professor Chuck Eesley reflects on his key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. In a year that defied expectations and presented entrepreneurs with unique challenges, Eesley stresses that entrepreneurs have a responsibility to create a more diverse and inclusive tech ecosystem. To drive the po…
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford associate professor Chuck Eesley reflects on his key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. In a year that defied expectations and presented entrepreneurs with unique challenges, Eesley stresses that entrepreneurs have a responsibility to create a more diverse and inclusive tech ecosystem. To drive the po…
 
Jan Cavelle is a serial entrepreneur based in the UK. She has had a furniture business and now coach other entrepreneurs She has been part of the 50 women entrepreneurs Topics covered: How she purchased a furniture business without having the funds How much prejudice she faced being a woman owning a manufacturing business The awards she won for ent…
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford professor Tom Byers reflects on his key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. In a year that defied expectations, Byers underscores that more than ever, entrepreneurs have a responsibility to consider the implications and consequences of their technologies and ideas on society. He shares a clip from Floo…
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford professor Tom Byers reflects on his key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. In a year that defied expectations, Byers underscores that more than ever, entrepreneurs have a responsibility to consider the implications and consequences of their technologies and ideas on society. He shares a clip from Floo…
 
Doug Brown has been a salesman pretty much all his life. He started to sell at six-years-old with his father. For more than two decades, he has helped companies expand their sales revenue across all industries. He managed to make at least multiple 6-figures every year and in some years seven figures. The topics covered: How early-stage salespeople …
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford professor of the practice Tina Seelig reflects on her key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. Seelig observes that, especially in times of great change and uncertainty, entrepreneurs can be empowered by the necessity to innovate. When it comes to COVID-19, the challenges of the pandemic also presented …
 
In this special micro-episode of ETL, Stanford professor of the practice Tina Seelig reflects on her key entrepreneurial takeaway from 2020. Seelig observes that, especially in times of great change and uncertainty, entrepreneurs can be empowered by the necessity to innovate. When it comes to COVID-19, the challenges of the pandemic also presented …
 
Dean Anderson is the VP of sales at EDI Staffing. He has more than 20 years of experience in the IT recruitment industry and in the company. The company has both an impressive retention rate as well as an ability to adapt to the changes that happened in the economy in the last two decades. We will of course talk as well about how his own lifestyle …
 
Christopher Bramley, our guest today, offers 3 types of services: Agile and lean frameworks Cynefin How humans learn and engage In this interview, we covered the following topics: The importance of storytelling to learn Waterfall vs agile debate How to really become a learning organization How adults learn The certainty of uncertainty Remote Agilit…
 
In December 2018, Sarah Friar was named CEO of Nextdoor, the world’s largest private social network for neighborhoods. Prior to leading Nextdoor, she was CFO of Square and SVP of Finance & Strategy at Salesforce. She serves on the boards of Walmart and Slack, and is the co-founder of Ladies Who Launch, a nonprofit that celebrates and empowers women…
 
In December 2018, Sarah Friar was named CEO of Nextdoor, the world’s largest private social network for neighborhoods. Prior to leading Nextdoor, she was CFO of Square and SVP of Finance & Strategy at Salesforce. She serves on the boards of Walmart and Slack, and is the co-founder of Ladies Who Launch, a nonprofit that celebrates and empowers women…
 
In today's episode, you will learn more about the energy market and how Dominique Futrell decided to take charge of his own future in order to improve his family's standing and to become an independent consultant. In this episode, you will learn: Dominique’s career story Unregulated energy industry The importance of looking at your business’ energy…
 
Ravi Mhatre is a founding partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners and focuses primarily on software/cloud infrastructure, applications and internet investments. Before starting Lightspeed, Mhatre was an investor with Bessemer Venture Partners and before entering the venture capital industry, he was with Silicon Graphics, where he was a product manag…
 
Ravi Mhatre is a founding partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners and focuses primarily on software/cloud infrastructure, applications and internet investments. Before starting Lightspeed, Mhatre was an investor with Bessemer Venture Partners and before entering the venture capital industry, he was with Silicon Graphics, where he was a product manag…
 
Our guest, Joann Aquino is a businesswoman based in the Philippines. She has a consulting business that caters to brick and mortar activities, such as construction, engineering and architectural services. In this episode, you will learn: Her switch from being an employee to entrepreneurship Why leverage other people skills brings Joann more freedom…
 
Jessica Norwood is the founder of RUNWAY, an organization that uses entrepreneurship to close the wealth gap in Black communities by providing pre-seed and friends-and-family capital to fund Black-owned companies. Rodney Sampson is the CEO and executive chairman of Opportunity Hub (OHUB), a multi-campus entrepreneurship center and tech hub that emp…
 
Jessica Norwood is the founder of RUNWAY, an organization that uses entrepreneurship to close the wealth gap in Black communities by providing pre-seed and friends-and-family capital to fund Black-owned companies. Rodney Sampson is the CEO and executive chairman of Opportunity Hub (OHUB), a multi-campus entrepreneurship center and tech hub that emp…
 
We are joined today by Cody Butler. He is a marketing specialist, and an entrepreneur, and the author of the book, "The 90 Day Marketing Plan". Today, you’re in for an unexpected and very insightful episode. In this episode, you will learn: Why the law of attraction did not work for his first business How Cody got his first marketing job by reading…
 
After growing and leading the team that developed WebEx, Eric Yuan left his role as Corporate Vice President of Engineering at Cisco in 2011 to found Zoom Video Communications. Santiago Subotovsky, a general partner at Emergence Capital, led his firm’s investment in Zoom. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani, they discuss what dr…
 
After growing and leading the team that developed WebEx, Eric Yuan left his role as Corporate Vice President of Engineering at Cisco in 2011 to found Zoom Video Communications. Santiago Subotovsky, a general partner at Emergence Capital, led his firm’s investment in Zoom. In this conversation with Stanford lecturer Ravi Belani, they discuss what dr…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Christopher Thomson, one of the co-founders of Student Works. In this episode, you will learn: What a purpose-driven business model is Fixed and growth mindset Core skills young people need to have Working with your spouse Coping with the pandemic Christopher's podcast, "Leaders of Tomorrow" podcast Thanks for tuni…
 
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