Podcasts

Tom Searcy On Having a Sales Process

By Lydia Sweatt / August 12, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! Hunt Big Sales. That’s the mantra of Tom Searcy, the CEO and founder of a company by the same name. A nationally recognized author, speaker and expert in large-account sales, Searcy led four corporations by age 40 and boosted annual revenues…

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Becky Halstead On Staying Humble As a Leader

By Lydia Sweatt / July 8, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! A good leader fights in the trenches alongside the team. Retired Army Brig. Gen. Becky Halstead can attest to the power of being of your people, not above your people. In her interview with former SUCCESS magazine publisher Darren Hardy, she…

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Christine Carter On Seeking Profound Joy

By Lydia Sweatt / July 8, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! A sociologist and happiness expert at Cal-Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, Christine­Carter, Ph.D., is the author of Raising Happiness and writes an award-winning blog syndicated on The Hu­ffington Post and PsychologyToday.com. Carter draws on a mix of science and her own…

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Seth Godin On Picking Yourself

By Lydia Sweatt / June 10, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! Marketing genius Seth Godin sat down with former SUCCESS publisher Darren Hardy to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing today’s bootstrapping entrepreneurs. Godin is the author of 17 books on business and marketing theory, all of them bestsellers. Plus he himself…

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Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey On Asking People What They Want

By Lydia Sweatt / June 10, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey co-founded Barefoot Cellars without much money or knowledge of the wine industry. Since selling their popular brand in 2005, they have become valued advisers to corporations and startups and co-wrote the New York Times best-seller The…

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Andrew Hewitt On Being Empathetically Empowered

By Lydia Sweatt / May 13, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! “You never change things by fighting the existing reality.” This quote from architect Buckminster Fuller is a favorite of Andrew Hewitt, creator of GameChangers500, which champions the world’s top purpose-driven companies. Former SUCCESS publisher Darren Hardy joins Hewitt to define what…

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Lauren and Peter Walters On Disrupting How Things Are Done

By Lydia Sweatt / May 13, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! You might not see them in Inc. or Forbes but business who are working for profit and social good are pushing through boundaries and changing the world. Co-founder and CEO of 2 Degrees Food, Lauren Walters and his son Peter Walters…

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Jack Welch On Why Not You

By Lydia Sweatt / May 13, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! “Why not you?” These are epic words from a legendary man. Jack Welch is one of the world’s most respected and celebrated CEOs, known for his track record of success, love of people, passion for winning and an unbridled desire to…

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JJ Virgin On Healthy Living Habits

By Lydia Sweatt / April 8, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! “Your body is not a bank account. It’s a chemistry lab.” That is the mantra of JJ Virgin, one of the nation’s foremost fitness and nutrition experts. She has 25 years in the health and fitness industry and is the author…

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Brendan Brazier On Finding What Works For Your Body

By Lydia Sweatt / April 8, 2014 /

 SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher app so you don’t miss an episode! Health is personal. Each of our bodies is different and therefore something that works for one person might not be right for another. No one knows this better than Brendan Brazier, a former pro Ironman triathlete and author of the best-selling…

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