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Smart Business Transformation

Ben Ramsden: Management Consultant, Commercial Strategy Director and Change Manager.

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Smart executives who want to win in today s insanely fast moving world MUST become masters in creating the future. This is the podcast for people with a growth mindset who are leading transformation programs. With over 25 years of successes and failures (ouch!) behind him, your host Ben Ramsden shares insights, stories and interviews to energise and educate time-poor executives suffering from information overload.
 
DYB Podcast is a weekly podcast produced by DYBCoach and hosted by Steve Burnett. He interviews successful entrepreneurs revealing their stories and strategies on how they grew their successful businesses to help you double your business. You'll learn their marketing, hiring and team building, sales, and how they streamline their processes to free up time for their families and how they also make an impact in their communities. DYB Podcast combines the DYB System strategies developed at DYB ...
 
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SUMMARY: The DYB Podcast is BACK! Steve, April, Seth, and Ron take us back to Step 1 of the DYB System: All-Star Team. How can we accomplish having an All-Star Team in today's market with today's challenges in hiring? Is it just a pipe dream? Not at all! PS - check out the giveaway below! Listen to Episode 90 and learn what you need to do to create…
 
Jodie Hawkins from Swimming Australia tells us about the upcoming Festival of Swimming in Sydney 19-27 August 2022. For further information visit swimming.org.au and for the special 20% discount for SwimCon visit swim.rocks/swimcon. The post SDR073: Festival of Swimming primer with Jodie Hawkins appeared first on Mensard.…
 
Josh Karp from Swimming NSW and William Ferguson from Wylas Timing describe their new partnership and the opportunity it presents for Swim Clubs. For further details visit: http://snsw.wylas-timing.com The post SDR072: Swim Clubs will benefit from the new partnership between Wylas Timing and Swimming NSW appeared first on Mensard.…
 
DYB Podcast EP89 Pat Coye's Sober Path to $1.5M and Beyond SUMMARY: Where does grit come from? For Patrick Coye, one could say it started at the young age of 10, when his father passed away in front of him and he became the man of the house. He began taking odd jobs in the neighborhood —grunt work from digging holes to picking up job sites— just to…
 
Part 2 of the Swim.Rocks YAP takeover sees hosting duties thrown over to Georgia Field. Georgia chats to Kayla Bentley about how the YAP started up and what some of their highlights have been over the years. We then talk to a Swim.Rocks regular, Isaak Wilson, about how the YAP has driven youth involvement in technical officiating. Lastly, we hear f…
 
The podcast is being taken over by Swimming New South Wales Youth Advisory Panel (YAP). Join host, Kayla Bentley, as she explains what the YAP is about and why they were established. Kayla speaks to Janice Barry, Bianca Walton and Jayden Redfern about the Lane Ropes to Leadership Camps, why they joined the YAP and what are some of their most memora…
 
This week we travel to south-east Asia to discover what swimming is like in Malaysia. Lach talks to Mr Wong Tong Poh, the Vice President of Malaysia Swimming Teachers’ Association (MSTA). They discus participation rates in aquatic sports, what does the future of swimming look like, and some of the highlights of Malaysia s national aquatic governing…
 
The Australian Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame recently announced 37 inaugural honourees and today we are talking to 3 of those honourees. We are talking to former guest of the show Graeme Carroll, who coached the likes of Shelley Taylor-Smith and Bronwen Whitehead, and also Gary and Suzy Toner from the great Team Toner. These 3 amazing coaches have…
 
SUMMARY: Seth never saw himself as an entrepreneur, until his mind shift. What was the mind shift? What processes did he implement to take him from 0 to 700K in less than 2 years on track for $900K in sales at the end of this year? - (Covid hasn't stopped him) How did he do it? What did he implement? What horror stories did he have to learn lessons…
 
On our third instalment of our mental health series, we turn towards the everyday person who participates in harsh events to raise money for mental health. Michael Williams is a former surf life saving athlete, and wasn t too bad in the pool either, is running 80km for mental health. Michael and Lach sit down to talk about the run itself, why he de…
 
Head Above Water is a 24 hour swimathon which is partnered with the Gotch4Life organisation. It raises funds for mental health awareness and education and it is held in Sydney’s Northern Beaches every year in March. Today we are talking to Andrew Ward from the Head Above Water team. Andrew and I talk about their partnership with Gotcha4life, the am…
 
Performance psychologist Chelsea Carpenter talks to Lach in this episode. Chelsea is a former swimmer from the Nunawading Swim Club in Victoria and she is also one of Australia s top psychologists for swimming as well as many other sports. Chelsea and Lach talk about the simple signs and symptoms of mental health illnesses, how we can help our mate…
 
Our third and final instalment of our club community series we are talking to Sean Davis and Ariel Darley from Warringah Aquatic Swim Club on the Sydney s Northern Beaches. The coaches and committee at Warringah have created a fantastic environment where all the kids know each other by name, even if they are 10-15 years apart in age. Lach chats to …
 
Imagine having the challenge of turning a swim club into a community with members from 5 different swim centres. Debby Tatolli, Head Coach of Kincumber Pacific Dolphins Swim Club, is an incredible woman who manages to do exactly that. Debby and Lach talk about what strategies herself and the committee use to engage and encourage members from all ov…
 
We now turn our attention towards club committee members and how they can create that family-like-feel of a swim club. Lach sits down with his friends Jo and Dave Potter, life members of Mingara Aquatic Swim Club on NSW’s Central Coast. They discuss the importance of a strong, supportive committee, how to welcome new members and make them feel valu…
 
SUMMARY: Is your community a raving fan? Last week we published part 1 in the series of how you can dominate your target market WITHOUT paying for leads or advertising. By implementing these strategies, not only CAN you, your community will be THANKING you after you implement these strategies and they will become raving fans of your business. We ar…
 
SUMMARY: Paying for leads is a racket. You can dominate your target market WITHOUT paying for leads or advertising. Not only CAN you, your community will be THANKING you after you implement these strategies. In this 2 part series, you will learn what to do AND hear many examples of the RESULTS from those who have implemented these strategies. Part …
 
This final episode of our Young Officials series features Toby Williams, President of the Manly Warringah Football Referees Association. On the football/soccer pitch, you see an abundance of young people donning the referee’s strip, so Toby and Lach chat about what swimming can learn from soccer, including mentoring, payment and pathways. The post …
 
SUMMARY: Having provided a Young Entrepreneur Scholarship three years running, Matt Jansen knows the benefits such a program has on his business as he makes this particular impact in his community. In this episode of the DYB Podcast, Matt and Steve discuss the benefits or running the Young Entrepreneur Scholarship. The outline is simple: 1) Announc…
 
This episode is Part 3 of our Young Officials series. Lach speaks to Lucy Graham, 19 years old and from the Jervis Bay area, which is a part of the SESA region in NSW. She is about to go into her 5th year of being a technical official and has plenty of experience under her belt officiating all around NSW and ACT. Lach and Lucy talk about how she go…
 
SUMMARY: When you lose your entire team in the course of 24 hours, it may seem you'll never recover. Hear from David Cook in this week's episode of the DYB Podcast as he shares his story of recovering from that very thing, to easily hiring a team with the same mindset and values and how he trains his team and builds his company culture up. David wi…
 
Part 2 of this series sees Lach move back into the swimming world and sits down with Isaak Wilson, a young technical official from the Wollongong region of NSW and is a part of Swimming NSW’s Youth Advisory Panel. He is one of the most experienced young technical officials on deck and is a big advocate for getting young people actively involved in …
 
SUMMARY: Jeff Walters joins Steve for EP83 of the DYB Podcast and discusses his life's story of drug addiction to being a successful painting contractor. Jeff became the man of the house at a young age, which put pressure on him, though he had a very encouraging mom. He began playing in a band at the young age of 11 and worked hard --whether workin…
 
One of the biggest issues we have at swim meets is not having enough technical officials. As we get older and busier, we look to our youth to rise up and help run swim meets. In this podcast we are talking to a former swimmer and young Netball umpire, Lauren Bird, about why Netball has so many young umpires and what swimming can do to attract more …
 
SUMMARY: Working with your spouse can be challenging, but in this episode of the DYB Podcast, Steve and April bring you 9 Steps to Working With Your Spouse, Effectively and Enjoyably. Starting with a confession of needing marriage counseling themselves and how that changed their marriage for the better and how you can, too! They start by laying the…
 
Our athletes deal with constant pressure from themselves, coaches, parents and other athletes. All of these factors can cause an athlete to spiral into a deep state of depression and anxiety. Since 1985 The Black Dog Institute has been at the forefront of mental health research. On this episode Lach chats with NRL Legend Wayne Wigham about his work…
 
On the eve of the start of the 2020 Swim League season, it was halted by a global pandemic. Now it is back in a new modified version, with 10 Gala Days across overy corner of New South Wales. Lach sits down with Adam Beisler for an exclusive interview about the upcoming Swim League season. The post SDR055: Swim League is back! An exclusive update o…
 
SUMMARY: The DYB Podcast is connecting with our mates Down Under as we bring you Rob Vuckovic, owner of Fusion Painting in Canberra, Australia! Rob shares many mindset changes he went through after starting his business, Fusion Painting. Like many of us, he learned painting from his father, but unlike many of us, his dad had him working from the ag…
 
Annie Crawford AM, is Founder of The Can Too Foundation. Can Too combines fitness, health and wellbeing to raise funds and awareness of cancer prevention and research. Their participants range from advanced athletes to the plain old Jane or John and one of the biggest challenges they face is getting someone to step out of their comfort zone. Annie …
 
SUMMARY: In this episode of the DYB Podcast, Seth Peek of S. Peek Painting out of Atascadaro, California and Mike Gallagher of Gallagher Painting out of Winchester, Massachusetts, join me to discuss the power of finding their target market. They, like other DYB Members, found it is vital to know your target market if you want to grow a successful p…
 
Australian Dolphin Tommy Fraser Holmes took some enforced time off in 2017. He talks to Lach about how he got back into the water and training. In this wide ranging interview they discuss tactics for managing physical and mental issues, motivation swings, support networks and more. The post SDR053: Motivation and coming back after a lengthy break w…
 
SUMMARY: DYB Podcast EP78 brings Ben Campbell of Campbell Painting and Drywall in Anchorage, Alaska to the show. From the very beginning, his family started a couple of paint retail stores in the 1950’s in Alaska. Then Ben started his company in 2006 with his brother and went solo in 2009. He shares his very relatable early mistakes to his current …
 
We continue our discussion about self marshalling by welcoming 2 representatives from New Zealand. Lach chats to Technical Official Greg Forsyth, from Wellington, and Swimmer William Campbell, from Wharenui Swim Club in Christchurch. He learns how it is implemented in NZ, and issues surrounding the system. The post SDR052: Self Marshalling in New Z…
 
Self marshalling has long been seen as something that happens overseas. We decided to find out more about it to understand whether it might be an opportunity for swimming in Australia. Lach was delighted to interview Jay Thomas of USA Swimming to learn how it works there. Mark Heathcote of Swimming NSW, joined the conversation. The post SDR051: Sel…
 
The Australian Swimming Coaches & Teachers Association (ASCTA) with Swim Australia are the peak body for swimming Coaches, Teachers and Swim Schools in Australia. We talk to CEO Brendon Ward about the organisation and his own history in the water. For further information go to http://ascta.com The post SDR048: Introducing ASCTA with CEO Brendon War…
 
With the light shining at the end of the tunnel swimmers are daring to look forward to returning to the water. Leigh Russell, CEO of Swimming Australia, joins us to discuss: What going on within Swimming Australia? How are we going to restart our sport? What does the future of the sport look like? Join the discussion within our community at http://…
 
One of Australia’s most respected coaches, Graeme Carroll, joins us to tackle one of the biggest issues affecting swimming – keeping young adults in the sport. We talked about Graeme’s career, experiences of coaching young adults, and strategies to help coaches and parents deal with swimmers who are 18-25 years of age. The post SDR043: How do we ke…
 
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