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Best Joel Goldberg podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Joel Goldberg podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Local Business Leaders podcast is a marketing interview show. We interview successful entrepreneurs and marketing experts and ask about their stories, struggles and successes. We also ask very pointed questions about what marketing strategies and tactics are working today to help their businesses - or their clients' businesses - thrive and grow. Listen to best-selling authors, entrepreneurs, small business owners, and digital marketing experts in the fields of social media, AdWords and P ...
 
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Hey business owners.....how do you get a valuation of your business done? What is your business really worth? Bryan Sarff and Brian Paulsen discuss how to get a business valuation done, what to expect, what are the 6 steps necessary to get the valuation done and how to tie it into our True Wealth & Company "work optional" process. Get the real deal…
 
Justin Ricklefs worked multiple stints for the Kansas City Chiefs before deciding to start Guild Content. His company creates content and focuses on content strategy through effective storytelling. Joel recently sat down with Justin. The Guild Stories Podcast: http://bit.ly/2NMnMiC Connect with Justin: justin@guildcontent.com…
 
In this interview, pioneer designer Jakob Trollbäck, tells the intriguing story behind the challenge to design a comprehensive communication system for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), or Global Goals for short, accessible for seven billion people around the world and intended to be achieved by 2030. Jacob is speaking passion…
 
If you're a business owner, this is THE podcast for you! Benefits expert and guru, Melissa Windon, with Hub International talks with Bryan Sarff detailing what's new in the employee benefits arena for 2020. Melissa also outlines and details new ideas on how to increase profitability and retain your good employees, on this episode of "Let's Make Wor…
 
Angela Hurt founded Veracity, which is a technology and management consulting company in 2006. She now has about 150 team members. Angela oversees the strategic direction of the company, which delivers IT solutions to its customers in the commercial and government sectors. She's a long-time athlete in numerous sports and she's been on numerous boar…
 
Wow... What an episode! Bryan Sarff visits with Kai Guo - Director of Research and Strategy at Kiewit Power. Learn about the shift from fossil fuel to renewable energy. Wouldn't you love to know what's going on surrounding energy in the United States? Catch a glimpse into the future NOW... on this episode of Let's Make Work Optional™.…
 
Joe Knittig discovered the world of orphaned and abandoned children in Haiti in 2005. With a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to apply business and advocacy to a new kind of client, Joe left the law practice he loved in 2008 to make an impact in the United States and around the world. Global Orphan Project sets traditional institutional orphan care m…
 
Bryan Sarff visits with Shawn Kinkade of Aspire Business Development to discuss the book Essentialism, by Greg McCowan. Learn how to do more with less! Discover how to reach your goals and be happy along the way - not just when you achieve those goals. You'll find out how to focus your time and energy on the projects that mean the most to you, on t…
 
Lisa Ginter began working at CommunityAmerica Credit Union in 1995 and is now the CEO. Lisa is one of three Kansas Citians to be recognized in 2019 among the ‘Top 100 Financial Executives’ by the National Business Journal network and has been selected as a ‘Power 100’ honoree by the Kansas City Business Journal every year since becoming CEO. Joel s…
 
Host Warren Wandling takes you behind the scenes to get to know a variety of leaders and the keys to their success. Discover how leaders overcome their obstacles in order to achieve success. In this episode, Warren introduces you to Dr. Amber Selking. Episode 052 – Dr. Amber Selking Dr. Amber Selking is a mental […] The post The Championship Mindse…
 
As technology changes the world, all industries are needing to innovate and adapt, including insurance. Launch KC’s fourth accelerator is in the works and they have teamed up with Brush Creek Partners. Joel sat down to discuss the upcoming 75-day accelerator that will begin in May 2020 with Nathan Kurtz, Steve Gardner and Alex Springer. We come tog…
 
Paul Goldberger began his career at The New York Times, where, in 1984, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his Distinguished Criticism in architecture. In this inspiring interview, Paul tells us the story behind his biography “Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry,” about one of the world’s most iconic architects. He also comments on hi…
 
As we start off the new year, Bryan Sarff visits with Joel Goldberg, TV announcer for the Kansas City Royals and play-by-play announcer for the Kansas City Mavericks Hockey Club. Joel gives you a look at the Royals, how he started his career, and insight from a "big picture" perspective for business owners. What a great way to start 2020!…
 
2020 has begun and Joel sat down with a longtime friend and fellow entrepreneur Jeff Landsman of Phase 6 Productions to discuss goals for the new year, the ups and downs of business, favorite Chicago Pizza and the improper use of the word literally. Jeff Landsman was also a guest in 2019 discussing his journey into business ownership and lessons le…
 
This episode is the second in a two-part review of his guests' Small Ball answer about the little things that make up the big things in a company's culture. As the year comes to a close, Joel Goldberg looks back at the 44 episodes of Rounding the Bases from 2019. Joel asks every guest three “baseball” themed questions. What is the biggest home run …
 
As the year comes to a close, Joel Goldberg looks back at the 44 episodes of Rounding the Bases from 2019. Joel asks every guest three “baseball” themed questions. What is the biggest home run you’ve hit? What is the biggest swing and miss you have taken? What is small ball to you? This episode and the next will feature the best of each guests' Sma…
 
Bryan Sarff and Brian Paulsen introduce you to 4 smart, surprising health moves you can make right now. Commit to taking these smart steps that can empower and energize you. That way, you'll have the full engagement necessary to make a major impact on the people you care about most in life in this episode of Let's Make Work Optional. Reference Mate…
 
Matt Condon is the CEO of Bardavon Health Innovations, a company to provide innovative, clinically-based solutions to enable employers to identify and connect with the best medical practices in their marketplace through a proprietary cloud-based clinical intelligence system. Bardavon has a mission to change healthcare with data, transparency, innov…
 
Host Warren Wandling takes you behind the scenes to get to know a variety of leaders and the keys to their success. Discover how leaders overcome their obstacles in order to achieve success. In this episode, Warren introduces you to Aaron Walker. Episode 51– Discover the Power of the Mastermind with Aaron Walker. Aaron Walker […] The post Discover …
 
If you're selling your business or preparing for a leadership transition, this is absolutely the podcast for you to listen to! Bryan Sarff visits with Debbie Douglas of The Douglas Group from St. Louis, Missouri. She has been helping businesses sell their companies for 27 years. If this is in your immediate future, go no further-listen to this epis…
 
Harrison Proffitt and his co-founder Ben Jackson created Bungii, a mobile application that puts a driver and pickup truck at a users fingertips to help people move or haul items across town like Uber or Lyft does with passengers. Harrison and Ben created the idea and company in college at Kansas State. After an initial fundraising round of $3.5M, H…
 
Gregory Wessner is the Executive Director of Open House New York (OHNY), an organization with a mission to provide broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York and to the people who help design, build, and preserve those city structures. OHNY just completed its 17th annual Open House New York weekend held o…
 
In this episode you will meet Brandon Dempsey with goBRANDgo! Brandon's company specializes in unique, "out of the box" marketing for companies in the manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution fields. Bryan Sarff with True Wealth & Company finds out how Brandon got started and what makes his company unique. There are some terrific ideas in this …
 
Dr. Diego Gutierrez is an assistant professor of marketing and management at Rockhurst University. He played professional soccer from 1996-2008 and won an MLS title in 1998. He consults, announces MLS soccer and teaches. He specializes in business development and sales and marketing in various industries. Transcript: Joel Goldberg: Thanks for comin…
 
Swell Spark is a company with concepts such as escape rooms and axe throwing They are known for Blade and Timber and breakout escape rooms, have 11 storefronts nationwide and believe in the importance of having fun to bring people together for shared experiences. Matt was a high school guidance counselor and owned a soda shop when he started an esc…
 
Robert Hammond is, together with Joshua David, the co-founder of the Friends of the High Line, the entity that maintains, operates and creates programs for the High Line in partnership with the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation. In this interview, Robert tells a thriller-like story with the many twist and turns that arose in protecting, preservi…
 
Host Warren Wandling takes you behind the scenes to get to know a variety of leaders and the keys to their success. Discover how leaders overcome their obstacles in order to achieve success. In this episode, Warren introduces you to Tyler Ford. Episode 050– The Power of Daily Action with Tyler Ford. I entered the […] The post The Power of Daily Act…
 
One of the most difficult considerations around leaving your family legacy is how much you are going to leave your beneficiaries. Bryan Sarff talks with Bill High, CEO of The Signatry, about 4 common questions and details surrounding them with regard to your heirs, on this week's episode of Let's Make Work Optional!…
 
Don Peterson is the entrepreneur in residence for Launch Health Accelerator, an incubator working on ideas to disrupt and improve the current health care system involving six companies, four of which are led by female founders and CEOs. They have partnered with the Economic Development Corporation of KC and Nueterra Capital. The cohort visited the …
 
When you set a goal for yourself, remember your frustration and unhappiness everyday until you reach your goal? Then, once you accomplish that goal, what's next? Where do you go from there? Bryan Sarff and Shawn Kinkade from Aspire Business Development talk about the book Atomic Habits by James Clear in the Business Book Review. Learn how to be hap…
 
Chad Peterson is the owner of Peterson Acquisitions. He was a pilot flying on September 11th and lost his passion for flying following the tragedy of that day. Chad was an entrepreneur as early as a teenager and decided after 9/11 to go back to those roots and began a mortgage company. When the market crashed he change professions, built companies,…
 
Have you ever heard of the Johnson County Christmas Bureau? If you haven't, or even if you have, listen to this podcast! Bryan Sarff visits with Executive Director, Larry Bigus. Larry talks about exactly what the Johnson County Christmas Bureau is and what it does for residents in Johnson County, Kansas. It's a fascinating dive into some of the num…
 
Kilee Nicklels went to school to be a dietician. She and her husband now own a jewelry company called Nickel and Suede, selling lightweight, big leather earrings. They are based in Kansas City, have 27 employees and sell their jewelry online all across the country. She began with an Etsy store and started a blog to support the business. The blog wa…
 
Bob Greenberg is the founder & Executive Chairman of R/GA, an international innovation consultancy headquartered in New York. Bob has been a pioneer in the advertising and communications industry for nearly four decades. In this interview Bob gives us insights into what it’s like to be at the epicenter of the ever-changing digital landscape, his vi…
 
As a business owner, you know you need commercial insurance protection. But do you know exactly what kind of coverage you need for your business? In this episode of "Let's Make Work Optional", Brian Paulsen talks to Jeff Goldenberg, a commercial insurance broker with Assured Partners. You'll learn about liability insurance, cyber security insurance…
 
Jeff Landsman grew up in Chicago with a love of technology, movies and production. He began a career as an editor in the mid-1990s and moved to Oprah Winfey's company Harpo Productions in 2009 as a creative editor with the hope of beginning his own company after a few years. He stayed with Harpo until 2015, working on projects like the Dr. Oz show,…
 
Host Warren Wandling takes you behind the scenes to get to know a variety of leaders and the keys to their success. Discover how leaders overcome their obstacles in order to achieve success. In this episode, Warren introduces you to Chuck Connealy, SIOR, CCIM. Episode 049– The Power of a System with Chuck Connealy, SIOR, CCIM […] The post The Power…
 
Whether you're buying a home for the first time or a Baby Boomer who wants to downsize, you're going to want to listen to this podcast! Bryan Sarff visits with Cindy DiCianni of Remax. Cindy has been in the real estate business for a LONG time! She knows all the in's and out's of Kansas City real estate. So if you are thinking about buying, selling…
 
Max Schachter's life changed on February 14th, 2018, when his teenage son Alex was one of 17 children and teachers murdered during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre. Since then, Max has been the preeminent force behind championing policy change at the highest levels of the United States government to improve school safety and securi…
 
If you are a charitable person, you'll want to listen to this podcast! Bryan Sarff sits down with Bill High, the CEO of The Signatry. If you are interest in laying out a long-term legacy, Bill will explain how to do this via donor advised funds. Or, if you've considered charitable donations, this podcast is your starting point. Meet Bill High and h…
 
Brian serves as CEO of Torch.AI and has more than 20 years of experience leading mission driven, high growth, technology-focused companies. Torch.AI helps leading organizations leverage artificial intelligence in a unique way via a proprietary enterprise data management software solution. Clients include the Department of Defense and companies like…
 
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