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How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy is a bi-weekly interview podcast with fundraising consultants. Hear how individual consultants and consulting firm leaders got their start. Learn what it takes to launch your practice, the tools you’ll need, and the hardships you may face. Discover what it takes to build a fundraising consultancy. Check out How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy by MarketSmart.
 
The How I Sell Podcast is built for early-career sales professionals. Join hosts Manoj Jonna and Danny Leonard and top sales leaders from around the world as they discuss best practices, strategies, tips, tricks, guidance, and stories on what it takes to become a sales superstar. This podcast is presented by Ramped Careers. Ramped Careers is on a mission to create the next generation of workforce-ready talent. Thanks for tuning in!
 
This Much I Know is the podcast from Seedcamp, Europe’s seed fund. Tune into hear the inside story from startup founders, investors and leading tech voices: the people who’ve built businesses, scaled globally, failed fantastically and learnt massively. Seedcamp invests early in world-class founders attacking large, global markets and solving real problems using technology. Seedcamp provides the infrastructure to fast-track a founder’s vision and create value through immediate access to smart ...
 
Formally known as Branding With Brandon. I talk about personal branding, marketing, personal development, ayuascha loving hippies, aliens, truth, offensive content, inapproriateness, illuminati and aliens. This podcast was built to be the counter culture against the all woke no joke culture, call out culture and cancel culture. If you are a Narcissist radical Social Justice Warrior you may not like this... because this podcast brings back free thinking in marketing. God Bless Conscious Capit ...
 
April Kae knows what it’s like to feel stuck as a creative. For years, she worked jobs from Wall Street to Public Radio. But on the two-year anniversary of landing her “dream job,” she realized she wasn’t dreaming big enough. So, she quit to pursue creativity full-time. Since then, April has built a six-figure freelance creative business, cultivating careers in music, modeling, and social media. And now, she’s here to help you get unstuck and live your creative dreams, too. On "I See What Yo ...
 
The Air That I Breathe Podcast is hosted by Jodi Howe. This podcast is a faith based podcast speaking to those dealing with anxiety and are longing for a peaceful mind. This podcast offers ways to learn how to navigate through the mental storms of life with tried and true tips, devotionals, testimonies & prayer! It will be offered on a weekly basis covering ways to begin healing from anxiety through practical approaches and God's love. Jodi has dealt with anxiety her whole adult life with ma ...
 
THE PODCAST CHANNEL OF THE BLERDS. 3 PODCAST EXIST ON THIS PAGE all hosted by BigVizzyAdot (ME!!!!) THE NEWS TIDDY BITS: URBAN N BLERD PODCAST is built around Entertainment news and MO!!!!!(Shows on the 1st and 3rd Mon or the 2nd and 4th Wed or EVERY month @9:30PMCT) RhythmNisce Music Re/Previews: We celebrate the new and classic urban music releases. 3 songs are picked from a project, played for 50secs and rated from a 4-tier system. (Shows on the 1st and 3rd Tues or the 2nd and 4th thurs o ...
 
WRFR.org presents the most interactive form of audio entertainment on radio today. THE RETURN OF THE MIXTAPE! "I Made You This Mix Tape" is heard twice a week on the first 24 hr low power radio station in the country, WRFR 93.3fm, located in Rockland, Maine. The show, hosted by Nate Greenleaf and produced by Renee Philbrook, revives the personal compilation tapes made by individuals in the 1980's. Often built upon a theme, the mix tape consisted of songs, poetry, comedy bits, clips from tv s ...
 
Say it Right in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Thai, Arabic, Dutch, German, Greek, Japanese, Korean and Russian with one phonetic system based on English. Say it Right in any Language believes that pronunciation is everything. Say it Right language provides a simple and straightforward approach to speaking and learning a new language. It is a fun, fast and easy way to learn new languages using one simple phonetic system called I Say it Right Vowel Symbol Sy ...
 
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After selling both of their social app companies and rethinking their day jobs, Paul Davison and Rohan Seth knew they should not get into the volatile business of social media again. Despite exploring more practical ideas in other industries, they were found themselves drawn to the potential of live social audio, and decided they had to build anoth…
 
Promoting your book can be a tough road – I know because I’m currently on it. On top of establishing trust, you need to demonstrate that you’re worth investing in. Plus, unlike online courses, it can be tough to build and keep an audience if people are just buying your book off Amazon. Luckily, a podcast can help. We’ll get into all of that in this…
 
Fear is the biggest liar out there but yet people are feeding more into fear and looking less into finding peace. In this episode Jodi uncovers some of the thoughts of where people, social media, the world is infusing fear it seems people don't even want to feel peace in their lives? World views, social media, bad information, false prophets.......…
 
Brandon Roberts is the Chief Commercial Officer - Boutique Fitness at Xplor. On today's episode, Manoj Jonna sits down with Mr. Klein to discuss his journey in sales. They cover a slew of fantastic topics, including: Former pro MLB player From CA, played all across the US for multiple pro baseball teams Left baseball & thought career was over, but …
 
Daniel Humm dropped out of school at 14 to become a competitive cyclist, and supported himself by cutting vegetables and making soup stock at fine restaurants in Switzerland. When he eventually realized he'd never become a world-class cyclist, he pivoted to the equally competitive world of fine dining, and soon became a rising young chef in Switzer…
 
Jay Shetty was living the life of a rebellious teen in London when a friend talked him into attending a talk by a Hindu monk. It was a life-changing event, and started Jay on a path to become a monk himself and join an ashram in India. He left monastic life after three years, but took many of its lessons with him, and decided to share them with oth…
 
Daniel Klein is the Head of US Sales at Firebolt On today's episode, Manoj Jonna sits down with Mr. Klein to discuss his journey in sales. They cover a slew of fantastic topics, including: How he got to be the number one seller at Siren, Inc. Sold door to door in college SDRs today vs. SDRs 10 years ago Tailoring your message to your individual pro…
 
Are you struggling with burnout—because you haven’t cultivated healthy boundaries? Today we're joined by Minaa B, a wellness coach, therapist, writer, and mental health educator, regularly featured in Ebony, Vogue, and Bustle. Minaa highlights the importance of recognizing your limitations and describes why it’s crucial to incorporate your feelings…
 
Pricing is one of the biggest issues that freelancers and small business owners face. The worry that pricing too high will lose sales tends to outweigh the fact that pricing too low is actually worse for your business. Well, Stephen King is here to tell us why the latter will sink you – not the former. And in Build Something More, we’ll talk about …
 
While working at a farmers market in Chicago, Jennifer Martin had a Jack-in-the-Beanstalk moment—a chance encounter with some tiny kernels, which wound up growing into a small giant of a business: Pipcorn, snacks made of heirloom corn. Along with her brother Jeff and sister-in-law Teresa, Jennifer launched the brand in 2012, hand-popping mounds of …
 
Apple has officially announced Apple Podcast Subscriptions, a way for podcasters to offer paid podcasts directly through the Podcasts app. We’ll cover all the fine details (how it works, pricing, and some of the finer details) and they I’ll give my thoughts, and we’ll do some price comparisons. (more…) View on separate page Transcript What Apple Po…
 
Bayard Winthrop is the CEO and founder of American Giant, known for its American-made hoodies, t-shirts and jeans. When the pandemic brought on production holds and storefront closures, Bayard found himself working from his car parked in front of his house. He speaks with Guy about the growth American Giant saw last year due to the increased demand…
 
Mariah Donnelly is the Senior SDR Manager at Greenhouse Software. On today's episode, Danny Leonard sits down with Mariah to discuss her journey in sales. They cover bunches of exceptional topics, including: Hails from the great state of Minnesota Did not necessarily know she wanted sales in college at UW-Madison Moved to New York and jumped into a…
 
When just starting your business, it feels like the only financial question you’re asking is, “How can I make enough money to stay afloat?” And while that is a SUPER important question, it’s not the only question. In fact, today’s guest, Kathy Svetina, gives us several questions we should ask ourselves to better answer the question, “How can I make…
 
Before Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice met, they shared a common belief: New York City gyms didn't have the kind of exercise classes they craved, and each of them wanted to change that. A fitness instructor introduced them over lunch in 2005, and before the meal was done they were set on opening a stationary bike studio, with a chic and aspirationa…
 
Lindsay Peoples Wagner got her first taste of the fashion industry interning at Teen Vouge, where she cleaned massive closets filled with the season's latest trends. She eventually went on to serve as the publication's editor-in-chief for nearly three years. During this pandemic, she left her job at Teen Vouge and took on two new roles: the editor-…
 
"If you try to grow too quickly, you miss a really critical opportunity to create the foundation of community and figure out a model that works really well and is repeatable. Don't try to do too much too quickly." David Spinks, Co-Founder @ CMXA decade ago, the term 'community' didn't strike most as a central component of company-building, even tho…
 
SEASON 2 has begun! Grateful to start this new season with an AMAZING episode talking about the Fear Of Flying; an interview with a commercial airline pilot! Does flying petrify you? Do you avoid trip just so you don't have to fly? Is your anxiety so bad that panic and fear take over your wise mind when on a plane? You are not alone! It's one of Jo…
 
Karen Nguyen is the VP of Sales at Cobalt.io. On today's episode, Danny Leonard and Manoj Jonna sit down with Karen to discuss her journey in sales. They cover many meaningful topics, including: Got into sales looking to pay bills and get out of debt during Great Financial Crisis Started in retail sales at Verizon Took every step in the sales ladde…
 
This week, Shehab (Isis) Awad joins us to discuss the power of gratitude, manifestation, and mindfulness. Shehab is an independent curator and writer based in New York City. He/she highlights queer and marginalized practices, and her/his writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including the Brooklyn Rail and ArtAsiaPacific Magazine. Sheh…
 
One of the most important things a course creator needs to do to sell courses is establish trust. Indeed you’ve probably heard that a customer needs to know, like, and trust you. Well, there’s no better way to get someone to do all three of those than by starting a podcast. We’ll discuss that and other benefits to starting a podcast, whether you’ve…
 
Before Robinhood became one of the most loved and most hated stock trading platforms in the U.S., it was just another tech startup, launched by two mathematicians with an audacious idea: make stock trading mobile, make it fun, and make it free—with no commissions, and no minimum balances. In 2013, Vlad Tenev and Baiju Bhatt decided to pursue this i…
 
In the early 2000s, the online music community was defined by MySpace, illegally downloaded music, and poorly made band websites. Then came Bandcamp – a music marketplace where fans can directly and easily support their favorite musicians. The company has steadily grown since its launch in 2007, but last year traffic and sales surged. CEO and co-fo…
 
"[When hiring,] you're asking someone you've just met to effectively babysit your child. That's the sort of trust you need to have...you're effectively giving them your baby to help it scale." — Duncan Finlayson, Partner @ TrueHiring top-tier talent for your startup is arguably as important as developing a good product. A new hire is a big investme…
 
James Stone is the Director of Sales - Mid Market at HubSpot. On today's episode, Danny Leonard and Manoj Jonna sit down with James to discuss his journey in sales. They cover many compelling topics, including: Boston bred sales executive at HubSpot, lives right outside Boston with his puppy Started as an account manager at ad agency in Boston, rea…
 
In the early 1990s, as Amanda Hesser's college friends were interviewing for their first cubicle jobs, she chose a different path: one that led straight into the kitchens of Europe, where she cooked traditional recipes and learned the rhythm of the seasons from a crusty French gardener. By 24, she had landed a book deal and one of the most coveted …
 
When you run a company focused on software for live events, you have no choice but to pivot when live events cease basically overnight. Hazel and Zach tell their fantastic story of how they were able to pivot a team of 50 people to focus their live events software on virtual events (spoiler alert: it’s not easy). In Build Something More, we talk al…
 
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