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Did you know that the largest part of our economy and the biggest portion of our society is supported by the smallest organizations? We call them the Little Fish. In this podcast, we honor, celebrate, and learn from those leaders.

Did you know that the largest part of our economy and the biggest portion of our society is supported by the smallest organizations? We call them the Little Fish. In this podcast, we honor, celebrate, and learn from those leaders.
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United States

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Did you know that the largest part of our economy and the biggest portion of our society is supported by the smallest organizations? We call them the Little Fish. In this podcast, we honor, celebrate, and learn from those leaders.

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English

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9417357201


Episodes

Embracing Your “Plan B” w/ Consonant Custom Media

11/19/2019
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Steve Smith of Consonant Custom Media shares why he downscaled his business to focus more of his attention on his client's success and how partnering with strategic subcontractors has allowed him to do the most meaningful work of his life. Consonant Custom Media employs strategic storytelling to create compelling content for hospitals, health systems, nonprofits, and foundations. Because authentic stories about genuine human experiences are remembered long after marketing messages are...

Duration:00:28:29

Scaling Up & Empowering Volunteers w/ hope 4 communities

11/12/2019
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Pam Hawn of hope 4 communities discusses the challenges of transitioning from a small community outreach to a full-fledged nonprofit organization, why being laser-focused on your passion is essential to long-term success, and how they’ve helped thousands of homeless children go back to school every year with dignity. Hope 4 communities ensures that all children who are homeless and in need are prepared for school by initiating Days 4 Hope and coaching faith-based organizations to develop...

Duration:00:32:08

Valuing Time & Motivating Your Team w/ Animal Rescue Coalition

11/5/2019
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Mary Dietterle from Animal Rescue Coalition (ARC) talks about the value of your time as a leader, why it’s crucial to understand your employee’s motivations, and what ARC is doing to eliminate animal homelessness. Also, she’s got some hilarious animal stories! ARC believes that the most effective way to end the senseless killing of innocent animals is to ensure that everyone has access to free or low-cost spay/neuter services. https://www.arcsrq.org Need a website or help with...

Duration:00:34:32

Trusting Your Employees & Creating Vision w/ Chelsea Place

10/29/2019
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Kris Chana from Chelsea Place Senior Care shares how living (as newlyweds) in an assisted living facility helped him truly understand hospitality, why letting go of control empowered his employees, and how a McDonald’s milkshake inspired him to help struggling families. Chelsea Place Senior Care offers daytime care and activities for seniors. When your loved one is well taken care of and enjoying their life, you’ll have the time and peace of mind to enjoy...

Duration:00:36:29

Build Your Business Like an Athlete w/ Scorch Fitness

10/22/2019
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In this episode, Liz Lowe and Christina Unkel from Scorch Fitness explain how the key to building a business is found in monotonous tasks, why work/life balance is a myth, and why the fitness industry is making people sad. When it comes to health and fitness, it’s easy to get stuck. Scorch Fitness uses proven high-performance (HIIT) workout classes, personalized coach feedback, and a kick-ass community to help you burn off what holds you back. https://www.scorchfitness.com Recorded at:...

Duration:00:47:25

Nonprofit Leadership & The Importance of Networking w/ Neuro Challenge

10/15/2019
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While sharing the amazing work that the Neuro Challenge Foundation is doing, Robyn Faucy-Washington discusses the importance of creating an environment where employees want to be every day and how networking is essential to growing any organization. The Neuro Challenge Foundation is one of the nation’s leading organizations dedicated to improving the lives of people with Parkinson’s disease by providing no-cost care and support.

Duration:00:34:02

Building A Side Hustle w/ Amity Brothers Coffee

10/8/2019
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The guys from Amity Brothers Coffee Co. give us a glimpse into the challenges and rewards of starting a side hustle and share what goes into roasting specialty coffee. Amity believes that some of the most important things in life happen around a cup of coffee. Ryan, Chase, and Chris have worked with coffee for years, so it didn’t take them long to realize that a high-quality roast was hard to come by. That’s why they set out to create specialty coffees with bold, unique flavors that you...

Duration:00:40:00

The Power of Games to Transform Your Life & Business w/ Game On

10/1/2019
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In this episode, Blair Bloomston from Game On talks about using the power game theory to inspire your employees, how personal well-being and relationships should balance out productivity, and a simple hack to cheat on your Fitbit score! From Fortune 500 companies and Pro sports teams to small businesses and nonprofit organizations, Game On uses game-based training experiences to teach leadership and communication skills in a way you’ll never...

Duration:00:35:56

Trailer: What Is The Little Fish Podcast?

9/20/2019
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There are 28 million small businesses in the U.S. 80% of them are sole proprietorships or partnerships with no employees. In other words, the largest part of our economy and the biggest portion of our society is supported by the smallest organizations. We are the Little Fish. We create businesses, provide services, and rally people around important causes. We make a decent living, support our families, and serve our community, all while pursuing a dream we can't let go of. In this podcast,...

Duration:00:00:31