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Dr. Steve Anderson is a storyteller and a lifelong learner who is deeply committed to helping leaders grow. Born out of deep seeded curiosity and passion, Steve launched his podcast as a vehicle for interviewing accomplished leaders who excel in building cultures and developing teams that create impact and deliver value to customers, employees and stakeholders. In this capacity, he is able to tap into his experience as a CEO of a $75 million-dollar company and a 39 year career as a Physical ...
 
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TaVona Denise Boggs, PT is on a mission to help women avoid burnout, boredom and glass ceilings. She uses her unique background as a physical therapist turned life and business coach to help others use their education and experience to create a business they love that supports the life they want. She is the founder of the Thrive Network, the author…
 
Mike Dunn is the fourth generation CEO of Dunn Lumber. He is the father of three married children, two of which work for the company and four grandchildren who are a source of unending joy! Mike starting working after school in 1969 and has done practically every job in the company. His favorite job was buying the lumber, plywood and other commodit…
 
Gus Hauser went to Furman University and received his BA, then went into coaching basketball first at a division 3 school and eventually at a Division 1 school as the assistant coach at Louisiana Lafayette home of the Rain Cajuns. He later got his MBA at the University of Massachusetts and then took a position as the COO of PT Pros, a physical ther…
 
Chris received his PhD in biomedical informatics from Oregon Health & Science University, School of Medicine, his Masters of Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees from Pacific University and undergraduate degree in biology from Willamette University. He is board certified in orthopedics and fellowship trained in manual physical therapy. He…
 
Mayor Lynne Robinson joined the City Council in 2014, and she has a long history of civic involvement. She is a champion for startups and small business, and has encouraged startup and equity crowdfunding workshops at City Hall. Her colleagues voted her mayor in January 2020, after she previously served a term as deputy mayor. Lynne also advocates …
 
Today's episode is a further exploration of how firms will try to evolve their culture by hiring Community Managers. If you've not listened to last week's episode featuring Sarah Drinkwater pull up, back up and tuck in to that one first. Sarah said the person I should talk to is Abadesi Osunsade from Brandwatch - and so that's who we are talking to…
 
The first time that David Bohnett heard about the internet, he knew that this was going to be a technology that was about to change the world. Today, David is a philanthropist and tech entrepreneur, but back in the early 1990s he really wanted to get on the ground floor of this brand new medium.https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-lost-cities…
 
Ali Schoos grew up in Sunnyside, Washington and started picking Asparagus before school when she was in the 6th grade. This early exposure to work ethic has served her well over the years in business. She started with a small private physical therapy practice, grew her company and sold to a national player in the Rehab industry . She worked at an e…
 
Joining Mik on this episode of Mik + One is “sage and poet of product thinking” John Cutler, Head of Product Research & Education at Amplitude.In this episode, Mik and John discuss:- Defining what a product is- Rethinking how to apply product thinking to force multipliers and change steps- The “six sense” required to understand the challenges of so…
 
Jason Richardson is CEO of Gastroenterology of the Rockies where he oversees the operations and strategic positioning for a physician-owned gastroenterology & hepatology practice serving the greater Denver and Boulder communities. GI of the Rockies, in combination with their management services organization, operates five freestanding Endoscopy Cen…
 
I talk with writer, poet, Nebula-finalist, and my new friend Bonnie Stufflebeam. (We're totally friends now.) We discuss the literary scene in North Texas, humor in fiction, writing short stories, daily word output, MFA degree programs, and writing conferences. We do not discuss how to craft the perfect query letter.==FOR MORE ON BONNIE==Website fo…
 
Kelly serves as the president for Movement for Life, which is an employee owned company that operates 26 outpatient clinics in Arizona, California and North Carolina. She started her career as a certified athletic trainer and entered PT school at the University of Southern California while also working for their outreach program as a high school at…
 
Jim Landsman, BSME, MBA. Every business leader in 2020 is challenged to figure out how to run a successful business during a pandemic. Jim not only forged that path but then had to deal with contracting the virus himself and living through a nightmare of being on a ventilator for 10 days and coming very close to dying. He credits being a good physi…
 
How can information be best learned, dissected, and communicated across teams, industries, and products? Our guest today is Stephen Anderson, the founder of the Mighty Minds Club and author of Figure It Out. You’ll hear Stephen’s thoughts on the nature of information, cognition and thinking, interaction design, the importance of team dialogue, his …
 
Mark Anderson started a small physical therapy office in a house in Park City, Utah and 35+ years later he is the CEO of Mountain Land Rehab with locations in 4 western states. Mark is the epitome of class. Great guy, someone who is easy to be around, great sense of humor and a very giving mindset. He builds relationships and gives back to his comm…
 
Alan J. Murray is president of Empire BlueCross BlueShield’s commercial plan in New York. Alan possesses an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare industry and specifically the New York market which greatly benefits our consumers, customers and provider partners in New York. Prior to joining Empire, he most recently served as the founding President a…
 
Mike Horsfield returns to the program to discuss what lessons were learned while leading in new territory during an international pandemic. He self admits he gets geared up and actually enjoys "a train wreck" to lead through and COVID 19 certainly pushed him to a new level of crisis management. Communicating with your people and being transparent i…
 
Errol Doebler has had what most people would think is an exciting life. From the Naval Academy to a Navy Seal and then an FBI agent his life has been certainly interesting. He had some hard lessons to learn along the way and had to learn how to reinvent himself after everything he fought so hard for to become a Navy Seal was taken away when he was …
 
This dude was so authentic and approachable.Met him at Saturday Mornings Live From NIH…oooh, cool scene.You had us referred in from Suburban and the guests of NIH and all meet in the grand auditorium.Magic.Met Mike B. there.Trembled my way to Sandy to say how cool he was and he was just kind and gracious and like meeting Tom Petty and him being as …
 
Jeff Ostrowski is the first guest to be on the program for a second time. He was interviewed about 15 months ago shortly after he was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer in the prime of his life. On episode 45 he goes deep and shares how devastating the news was and how difficult chemotherapy was to get through. In this episode we check back …
 
Discussion with Jimmy McKay a physical therapist who earned his degree in Communications and entered his dream job as a Rock radio station DJ. He later discovered physical therapy as he was training for an Ironman competition and one of the guys on the team was a PT. We discuss the long road to switch gears and get into and through PT school. We al…
 
Gabby Reece is not only a volleyball legend, but an inspirational leader, New York Times bestselling author, wife, and mother. The former professional beach volleyball player and Nike's first female spokeswoman is the definition of both athleticism and beauty. Gabby won an athletic scholarship to Florida State University where she played two season…
 
Matt Johnson is a marketing agency founder, podcaster, and musician. Matt runs a podcast launch & production agency based in San Diego, an international team that helps business coaches, consultants and thought leaders use done-for-you podcasting to attract an audience, build influence & become MicroFamous. Matt is the author of MicroFamous and cur…
 
This was the final part of my three-part series on The Strength of Weakness. I felt so inspired by Dara's story and her work. My big takeaway from this conve...===Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-OYyRDZ2yg&feature=youtu.be&t=4sDownloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Mon Jul 13 04:20:08 2020Available for 30 days after do…
 
Alex Hillman is the cofounder of Indy Hall, one of Philly's first ever coworking spaces. Indy Hall today features around 350 independent entrepreneurs and freelancers. But, back in 2006, when Alex was a freelancer himself, freelancing wasn’t so common and could be pretty lonely. Alex loved the independent life, but he missed the camaraderie found i…
 
"What's Gaby Cooking?" has become a powerful brand in the food and lifestyle world. Gaby Dalkin describes herself as a communicator who happens to be a Chef! She loves interacting with people, cooking and traveling and she has found a way to share it on social media, authoring 3 bestselling cookbooks and forming partnerships with well known brands …
 
Steve Miletich has worked as a reporter at The Seattle Times for more than 20 years, covering air-safety issues, criminal-justice matters, police reform and a wide range of watchdog and investigative projects. He was part of a team of Times reporters that was awarded the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for coverage of the killing of four poli…
 
Tony Gemignani is a 13 time world champion Pizzaiolo from San Francisco. He is the chef and owner of 28 locations in Northern California and Las Vegas. Tony has been perfecting his craft for more than 2 decades and holds an impressive set of awards for his pizza making and tossing skills. He is the proprietor of the International School of Pizza in…
 
Rework is a podcast by the makers of Basecamp about a better way to work and run your business. While the prevailing narrative around successful entrepreneurship tells you to scale fast and raise money, we think there's a better way. We'll take you behind the scenes at Basecamp with co-founders Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson and bring you…
 
Today I present a big, juicy conversation with John Roderick, podcaster, speaker, and co-founder of the band The Long Winters. I’ve been listening to his shows for almost 10 years—at this point, he’s a legendary podcaster.Listen at the link below ↓In this episode, our conversation flows to some unpredictable places, sprinkled with just enough ALOHA…
 
In January of 2020 In Nashville at The 13th Annual Graham Sessions I gave a "What I Believe" speech. Leaders need to be willing to collaborate, communicate effectively with different personalities and compromise when necessary. The best ideas that last the test of time are gained with collective wisdom in a high functioning group. We need to feel c…
 
Julie Huffaker is a breathe of fresh air bringing passion and hope to leadership and life. She is a social scientist fascinated by how people come together in groups and outperform themselves. She has more than 25 years' experience helping organizations deliberately evolve leadership, culture, strategy and capacity. She has a PhD in Organizational …
 
Over the next two weeks, Storium Arc will be releasing several short episodes aimed at helping to introduce people to Storium, the online storytelling game. In this show, we talk about the website Storium and how it can promote creativity and provide a sense of community in a time of global crisis. Relevant Links: Storium: …http://storiumarc.com/ep…
 
This is the second episode of reviewing "Pearls of Wisdom" from interviews over the last couple of months. This will be released one month into the COVID 19 Pandemic crisis we are in not only as a nation but as part of the world. Businesses are struggling, many are closed and people are getting anxious and frustrated with being at home to support t…
 
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