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Best Jim Ingersoll podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Jim Ingersoll podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Real Estate Success Podcast is your ultimate source of tips and strategies that can help you short cut your path to success. Learn about what success is, why you want it and the journey you will take on your way to achieving amazing results. Real Estate Success Podcasts cover all aspects of real estate investing, including wholesaling houses, fixing and flipping houses, creative financing, private lending, self-directed IRAs and more! Each episode will expand your thinking and help you succe ...
 
Welcome to IT Visionaries, your #1 source for actionable insights, lessons learned, and exclusive interviews with trailblazing IT leaders. When you subscribe to IT Visionaries, you’ll get two weekly episodes. Each is packed with value, stories, and trends - all directly from leaders on the frontlines of technological innovation.
 
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Jim chats with friends Don and Anne Marie Corbett about their experience (and success!) with off market deals. What works for them and how they are adjusting their business focuses with the current times. This couple is truly a power couple with an honest and welcoming approach to their business dealings. The importance of your network – checking i…
 
In the IT world, and throughout life in general, there are always going to be jobs that no one else wants to do. They’re hard, time-consuming, and starting them might only lead to more problems and questions. But according to Jim Fowler, those are the jobs you always want to take. Jim is the CTO of Nationwide, and he says that by taking on those to…
 
United Way is one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the world, and it has more than 120 years of history and a tradition of good work that guides everyone associated with the organization. But if you think back 120 years ago, the way things were done look alien to how things work today. This is a digital world and that carries over into the…
 
Prakash Kota is the CIO at Autodesk, a company he has been with for 15 years. Obviously, things have changed at the company and in the world since that first day, and Prakash has seen it all and adjusted to all the changes along the way. On this episode of IT Visionaries, he tells us about his journey and he breaks down what is going on at Autodesk…
 
Jim talks to Connor Steinbrook about the power of internet and video marketing. This is an info packed podcast that will leave you motivated and wanting more information (check out the links at the bottom of the post!) How Connor got into internet/video marketing; specifically, YouTube marketing The power of YouTube and the growth of Connor’s Inves…
 
As a journalist during the dot-com boom and throughout more than a decade as the Editor In Chief of the MIT Technology Review, Jason Pontin has seen technology of all kinds emerge from its earliest stages to become the world-shifting technology we and use today. After watching that evolution happen for so long, Jason decided he wanted in on the act…
 
Phil Tee would tell you he is a math and physics nerd. But his LinkedIn tells a different story, one about a multi-time founder who currently serves as the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Moogsoft. On this episode of IT Visionaries, Phil explains how he went from studying theoretical physics to finding a place in the tech industry and then taking o…
 
The way that technology has expanded throughout the last decade has been impressive. And that expansion is set to continue. As we move into the future, we can expect that technology will be used in more ways than ever before, including for things like image-recognition. Zineb Laraki, the Deep Learning Senior Product Manager at Salesforce, is helpin…
 
Throughout the last twenty-plus years, Jim Ryan has seen his company, Flexera, change and grow in exciting ways. And he’s been able to grow with the company along the way. Today, Jim is the CEO of Flexera, and he joins IT Visionaries to discuss his journey. Plus he dives into how members of the C-suite can find ways to be more efficient, cost-effec…
 
This week's podcast is all about the Good, Bad and the Ugly of Section 8. Your host, Jim Ingersoll, covers all the bases to help you, the Landlord, see the entire picture and help you determine whether you want to rent to Section 8 tenants. 1. What is Section 8?: Section 8 is a government program that dates back to the Housing Act of 1937. Section …
 
Blockchain is a technology that can change the way people work, how supply chains run, and, as we learned on this episode of IT Visionaries, how students can take control of their education. We talked to Lev Gonick and Adam Caplan, the CIO of Arizona State University and the SVP, Emerging Technology at Salesforce, respectively, about how the two or…
 
Cole Crawford says that it’s no longer a matter of if we will move to edge computing, it’s a matter of when, and how soon? Cole is the CEO of Vapor IO, which is utilizing colocation facilities and interconnection services in order to bring cloud-like services to the edge of the wireless network. On this episode of IT Visionaries, Cole talks about w…
 
Digital transformation is hard. Especially when all of your data is spread across hundreds or thousands of systems. How do you connect them all and work faster and more effectively across the business? Lindsey Irvine, the Senior Vice President and CMO of MuleSoft, joined us on this episode of IT Visionaries to explain the answer: APIs and broad int…
 
We are living in a digital world. But what does the term “digital” actually mean? Paul Roehrig is currently the head of strategy at Cognizant, and he joined IT Visionaries to dive deep into that question. Plus, he discusses what the future of work looks like, and why we should not fear automation and robots. Key Takeaways: Redefining the word “digi…
 
Patrick Stokes, the Executive Vice President of Platform Shared Services at Salesforce, first got into technology the same way many other leaders first get into technology: through video games. Games such as Quake and Doom have a special place in Patrick’s heart not only because of how fun they are, but also because they are open-source. The open-s…
 
Why is gratitude so difficult and can it be used to grow your personal life and real estate business? Gratitude requires a mindset and focus shift off of yourself and onto those around you. It takes the attention away from what you do not have and places onto what you actually do have. Gratitude removes fear, creates focus, removes self limiting be…
 
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