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Inside Launch Street is the innovation podcast where we interview top innovators out there shaking things up so YOU can innovate and differentiate and get further, faster in this crazy cluttered world. When you are ready to take your game to the next level, join the thousands of others that are upping their innovation edge on gotoLaunchStreet.com, the top online education, resource and community platform for innovators looking to use innovation to get measurable results.

Inside Launch Street is the innovation podcast where we interview top innovators out there shaking things up so YOU can innovate and differentiate and get further, faster in this crazy cluttered world. When you are ready to take your game to the next level, join the thousands of others that are upping their innovation edge on gotoLaunchStreet.com, the top online education, resource and community platform for innovators looking to use innovation to get measurable results.
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Denver, Colorado

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Inside Launch Street is the innovation podcast where we interview top innovators out there shaking things up so YOU can innovate and differentiate and get further, faster in this crazy cluttered world. When you are ready to take your game to the next level, join the thousands of others that are upping their innovation edge on gotoLaunchStreet.com, the top online education, resource and community platform for innovators looking to use innovation to get measurable results.

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English

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Episodes

1865: Becoming a Modern Seller with Amy Franko

12/10/2019
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We may not realize it but we’re all in sales and we’re all selling at any given time. Whether we’re leaders, team members, or actual sales staff, we need to communicate our ideas in a way that gets buy-in from other people. In the modern business landscape, it’s not enough to go for the hard sell — we need the softer skills to sell our ideas and that’s where Amy Franko comes in. Amy Franko is a keynote speaker, sales strategist, and author of The Modern Seller, an Amazon bestseller which...

Duration:00:50:42

1864: Q & A — Expectation vs. Reality for Innovation with Tamara Ghandour

12/6/2019
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We’re adding in a new format to the podcast to answer your questions! Whatever your challenges, hurdles, and roadblocks are, I want to address them so that we can all keep learning and keep moving forward. I’d also love to hear of best practices of what’s worked for you in pushing innovation and change forward and how all of us can implement these ideas. This episode’s question comes from Tracy: When there is an expectation for innovation, but the reality doesn’t correspond, how can you...

Duration:00:20:13

1863: The Five Frequencies with Jeff Grimshaw

12/3/2019
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Increasingly more organizations are actually recognizing that they have to be more serious about culture than they ever have before. But why is culture so important, and how are we as leaders shaping our company culture? Jeff Grimshaw believes there are five key frequencies we need to tune into so that we can create the culture we want. Jeff Grimshaw has worked with senior leaders for more than 25 years. Along the way, he’s helped hundreds of executives in dozens of companies to align...

Duration:01:06:24

1862: Communication and Persuasion with Lee Carter

11/29/2019
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One side of communication is how to be more innovative and create ideas, but the other side of this, and what I believe is the most essential element in communication — how to communicate your ideas and get buy-in. In today’s world where the facts don’t even seem to matter, how can you convince others? Lee Carter joins me to shed some light on persuasion and communication. Lee Carter is a top communications specialist, a sought-after speaker, television personality, and author of...

Duration:00:47:47

1861: Focus and Leadership with Tristan Wright

11/26/2019
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Would you climb Mt. Everest alone? Most of us would probably say no. Yet, when it comes to climbing the mountain of building a sustainable business, so many of us go at it alone, and ultimately fall off a cliff. That’s where business sherpa Tristan Wright comes in, to lend a hand to get you to the top, by providing you with the focus you need to lead your company to success. Tristan Wright, founder of Evolve to Grow, offers business owners more than just buzzwords and vague advice. Built on...

Duration:00:33:39

1860: Defining Your Leadership Brand with Chrisa Zindros Boyce

11/22/2019
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Most of us have a sense that if we’re really brilliant at our job, we’ll eventually get promoted to a leadership role, but something we often don’t realize is that doing and leading are two different things. And being great at doing, doesn’t mean that you’ll be great at leading. That’s because leadership is not an inherent skill — it's learned and trained. Chrisa Zindros Boyce is an expert on helping people figure out their leadership brand, and has some great insights on power shifting, and...

Duration:00:54:51

1859: The LaunchStreet Journey with Tamara Ghandour

11/19/2019
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I recently realized how many people we have who are new to the community and I wanted to take a moment to share a little bit about myself, my background, and the LaunchStreet journey. In particular, I want to share how I became obsessed with innovation as a key to human potential and to personal, professional and business success. In this episode, I talk about my childhood — you’ll hear how my tendency to do things differently and challenge how things were done started at a young age, and...

Duration:00:30:32

1858: Whole-Brain Leadership with Katherine LaVelle

11/15/2019
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Let’s face it: To be a good, effective leader in today’s complex and crowded marketplace, leaders need some new skills, and they are skills that we don’t normally talk about or associate with the traditional viewpoint of leadership — things like empathy and intuition. Apart from just the “right-brain” skills, leaders need to tap into their “left-brain” skills and put them all together in the form of Whole-Brain Leadership. Katherine LaVelle joins me on this episode to dive into just what...

Duration:00:40:13

1857: Making Innovation Actionable with Tristan Kromer

11/12/2019
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We often take innovation, which should be an “all-the-time” thing, and turn it into a point-in-time exercise, and that’s where companies often get stuck and don’t see innovation happening in their organization. Innovation is about thinking differently across the board, and Tristan Kromer is helping companies make innovation actionable through experimentation. Tristan Kromer is a lean startup coach and the founder of Kromatic, where he works with innovation teams to run at least one...

Duration:00:43:16

1856: Seeing Opportunities, Leadership, and Culture with Greg Koberger

11/8/2019
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So many people encounter frustrations in their lives, but shrug it off and do nothing about it. Greg Koberger is someone who experienced a frustration and decided to do something about it. While creating a solution that benefits millions of people and companies alike, he also built a company on some interesting leadership principles and cultivated a company culture like no other — and that’s what we’re diving into in this episode. Greg Koberger is the founder of ReadMe, which makes APIs...

Duration:00:59:01

1855: The Power of Perspective with Heather Nichols

11/5/2019
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We all know that your thoughts drive your actions; the real power is in your perspective — because your point of view creates your reality. When it comes to innovation, challenging assumptions and seeing opportunities, adopting a different perspective can change everything. Heather Nichols joins me to share how looking inward can help you innovate. Heather Nichols, MSW is an Access Consciousness facilitator, movement and meditation consultant, somatic psychotherapist, entrepreneur, and...

Duration:00:40:19

1854: Effective Project Management with Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez

11/1/2019
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Do you ever feel like life is just a series of never-ending projects? In a certain sense, you are not wrong. Everything from cleaning out the fridge to launching a new initiative or product can be considered a project, which is why learning more about effective project management is a game-changer. Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez is a project management champion and he has just the insights we need about how to manage our projects. Antonio is the Director of the Project Management Office at...

Duration:00:46:08

1853: Putting People First with Paul Sarvadi

10/29/2019
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What truly makes a company great is not its processes or systems; it’s the people. If you want your company to move efficiently and effectively in the right direction, you need to be putting people first — everything else comes after. Paul Sarvadi is someone who discovered this at an early age and has leveraged that realization to disrupt and revolutionize the HR industry. Paul Sarvadi is the founder and CEO of Insperity, a company that provides human resources and administrative services...

Duration:00:38:29

1852: The Power of Teaming with John Bucsek and Bellaria Jimenez

10/25/2019
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What does teaming have to do with innovation and success? How does teaming differ from just mere collaboration? Where does diversity in teams come into play? To answer these questions, I have John Bucsek and Bellaria Jimenez. They couldn’t be more different, but they’ve come together to build a wildly successful business around the style of work they call teaming. John Bucsek is a Certified Financial Planner™ whose success in building and implementing change in financial firms spans...

Duration:00:52:12

1851: Reaching Your Potential with Purdeep Sangha

10/22/2019
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It’s a common belief that good business strategy and tactics are what make you successful. Purdeep Sangha believes that’s not the whole truth — what makes us successful is consistently making better decisions and taking more effective action and he has just the strategies for us to reach our true potential and create the success we want. Purdeep Sangha is known as “The Strategist and Mentor For Men In Business” and he focuses on teaching men in business how to gain control of their lives...

Duration:00:50:10

1850: Using Video to Create Human Connection with Steve Pacinelli

10/18/2019
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There’s no denying that we live in an increasingly digital world where a lot of our communication takes place via text on screens, i.e. email. That’s why human connection is ever more important in helping us build those relationships. Steve Pacinelli has just the insights to share on how we can use videos to stand out in a cluttered inbox and rehumanize our businesses. Steve Pacinelli is the Chief Marketing Officer of BombBomb, a tool that helps users create and send simple videos via...

Duration:00:50:00

1849: Outsourcing, A Transformative Business Tool with Derek Gallimore

10/15/2019
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More and more teams these days are virtual or a blend of full-time employees, part-time staff, and contractors spread out across the globe. The way we work today is drastically different than it was in the past, and outsourcing is something that’s become more and more a part of the modern business organization. Derek Gallimore joins me to shed some light on outsourcing, particularly as a complement to innovation. Derek is the Founder of Outsource Accelerator, which as the 'Alibaba of...

Duration:00:38:38

1848: Listen Better with Jennifer Brown

10/11/2019
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On this podcast, we talk a lot about how to have ideas and be more innovative. On the flip side, how you communicate, interact, and behave is also critical to getting your innovative ideas across. However, often when you have to think on your feet, you end up feeling like you haven’t said what you want to say, how you want to say it. Lucky for us, impromptu communication skills can be learned, and Jennifer Brown joins me on to teach us just that. Jennifer runs The Engaging Educator and...

Duration:00:52:09

1847: Think Your Way To Happiness and Success with Dana Wilde

10/8/2019
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What if I told you that action is NOT the way to build a business? What if I told you that it is possible to be more successful, just by thinking about it? That’s exactly what Dana Wilde teaches her tribe, and what’s more — she has the science and evidence behind how and why her method works. Dana is the bestselling author of Train Your Brain, CEO of The Mind Aware, speaker and radio host. She grew her business from zero to a million dollars with over 60,000 followers on her email list in...

Duration:00:57:23

1846: Innovation in the Army with Dr. Philip Perconti

10/4/2019
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The U.S. Army is not really the place you would think of to find innovation, but at the Army Research Labs, it is an important part of their mission and how they operate. Innovation is infused into the DNA of the entire organization, and Dr. Philip Perconti joins me to share some insight into this unique part of the U.S. military. Dr. Philip Perconti is the Director of the Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory (ARL). He has been doing research, working with the...

Duration:00:46:08