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The most direct path for you to grow your business might be hiding right in front of you -- in those everyday conversations with customers, clients, members, donors, friends, and other stakeholders. The Business Messaging Podcast, hosted by Jim Karrh, offers you insights, tips, inspiration, and practical advice--so that everyone close to the business can talk about it in a consistent, compelling way.

The most direct path for you to grow your business might be hiding right in front of you -- in those everyday conversations with customers, clients, members, donors, friends, and other stakeholders. The Business Messaging Podcast, hosted by Jim Karrh, offers you insights, tips, inspiration, and practical advice--so that everyone close to the business can talk about it in a consistent, compelling way.
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The most direct path for you to grow your business might be hiding right in front of you -- in those everyday conversations with customers, clients, members, donors, friends, and other stakeholders. The Business Messaging Podcast, hosted by Jim Karrh, offers you insights, tips, inspiration, and practical advice--so that everyone close to the business can talk about it in a consistent, compelling way.

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English

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(888) 917-8793


Episodes

Episode 49: Christine Moorman: What CMOs Think

9/16/2019
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Prof. Christine Moorman of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business is also the founder and Director of The CMO Survey. She shares with host Jim Karrh the key beliefs and priorities of marketing leaders across the US.

Duration:00:41:58

Episode 48: Jim Goes Solo: How to Build Your Messaging Playbook

9/3/2019
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Today's crowded, noisy business environment tends to require a "playbook" approach to building a consistently effective message. In this solo episode, host Jim Karrh draws upon his experience to offer you specific recommendations for building your playbook.

Duration:00:27:52

Episode 47: Steve Gordon: For the Unstoppable CEO

8/26/2019
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Steve Gordon, founder and podcast host of The Unstoppable CEO, joins host Jim Karrh to discuss how service businesses can attract ideal clients and grow the top line through messaging.

Duration:00:45:38

Episode 46: Rick Cesari: Tips from a Video Marketing Pioneer

8/20/2019
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Rick Cesari, a pioneer in video marketing for brands from George Foreman and OxiClean to GoPro, joins host Jim Karrh with tips for influencing customers through compelling stories on video.

Duration:00:44:41

Episode 45: Matt McClendon: How to Equip Sales Pros and Teams

8/12/2019
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What's working for the best B2B sales organizations today, worldwide? Matt McClendon, President of DSG Consulting, shares firsthand insights on messaging, coaching, and training.

Duration:00:42:08

Episode 44: Jim Goes Solo: What is Professionalism Today?

7/30/2019
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Our standards of professionalism have changed over time -- for good, and perhaps not-so-good. Host Jim Karrh offers five observations on what makes for a valuable, professional message today.

Duration:00:19:32

Episode 43: Encore: Dorie Clark: Position Yourself, Stand Out, and Get Paid

7/22/2019
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We revisit our inaugural episode--a conversation with bestselling author, speaker, coach, and entrepreneur Dorie Clark. Dorie, who also wrote the Foreword to Jim's new book, shares tips for planning, collecting and sharing stories, networking, and optimizing your entrepreneurial efforts.

Duration:00:39:44

Episode 42: Seth Kahan: Building Visionary Leadership

7/8/2019
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Seth Kahan is a consultant and author who works with CEOs and Boards to drive new levels of performance. He joins host Jim Karrh to discuss key takeaways from his new book, "Visionary Leadership: How Association Leaders Embrace Disruption in the 21st Century."

Duration:00:36:45

Episode 41: Jim Goes Solo: Consultants, Coaches, and Advisors

7/1/2019
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Even executives and leaders need help. But with all of the options--consultants, coaches, mentors, advisors--it can get confusing in a hurry. In this solo episode, host Jim Karrh discusses the scenarios in which various types of services might be valuable.

Duration:00:15:15

Episode 40: Josh Cary: The Hidden Entrepreneur

6/24/2019
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Josh Cary is the "Hidden Entrepreneur," a business coach, creative consultant, and podcast host. Even during his prior career as an actor and filmmaker, Josh says he was in professional hiding. Now he helps other entrepreneurs get out of hiding and excel.

Duration:00:37:18

Episode 39: Ian Altman: Selling from the Same Side

6/17/2019
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ian Altman, a former twenty-year CEO, now podcast host, speaker, and co-author of Same Side Selling, discusses the principles of collaborative sales conversations.

Duration:00:46:01

Episode 38: Todd Caponi: The Transparency Sale

6/10/2019
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Perfect 5-star ratings are not perfect for sales. Todd Caponi, author of The Transparency Sale, explains why transparency sells better than perfection.

Duration:00:39:43

Episode 37: Karen Walker: No Dumbing Down

6/3/2019
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Former high-tech executive (and current consultant and coach) Karen Walker talks with host Jim Karrh about how to grow your business with the right internal infrastructure.

Duration:00:34:00

Episode 36: Sara Canaday: Leadership Unchained

5/28/2019
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Speaker and author Sara Canaday talks about modern leadership lessons in her book "Leadership Unchained: Defy Conventional Wisdom for Breakthrough Performance."

Duration:00:46:39

Episode 35: David Nour: The Economic Value of Relationships

5/21/2019
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Most professionals would say their business depends upon relationships, yet few take a strategic and economically based approach. David Nour, the author of Relationship Economics and Co-Create, joins Jim to help you bridge the gaps.

Duration:00:41:22

Episode 34: Andie Cohen-Healy: A Fine Feathered Business

5/13/2019
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Andie Cohen-Healy is the founder of The Feathered Head, a business which makes unique hats and vintage pieces typically incorporating bird feathers. It was a radical departure from her earlier experiences working at Leo Burnett and MTV. Her journey offers many lessons for messaging and marketing when you're making a big professional change.

Duration:00:45:06

Episode 33: Jim as Guest: Everyday Customer Conversations

5/6/2019
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In this episode, the tables are turned and Jim is the guest. On the IBWA's "H2O In the Know" podcast, Jim Karrh talks about using the everyday conversations in your business as a means for growth.

Duration:00:31:52

Episode 32: David Avrin: Why Your Customers Leave

4/29/2019
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David Avrin is a popular keynote speaker for customer experience and marketing--and he has a new book titled Why Customers Leave (And How to Win Them Back).

Duration:00:41:49

Episode 31: Mark Schaefer: The Marketing Rebellion

4/22/2019
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Author, speaker, and leading podcast host Mark Schaefer talks about his new book The Marketing Rebellion -- and how we can best share our message in a marketplace where consumers are in control.

Duration:00:43:13

Episode 30: Chris Duke: The Practical Power of Storytelling

4/15/2019
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Chris Duke is an entrepreneur who has included the power of stories as a key ingredient to the growth of his business, Anna's Gourmet Goodies. He talks about the evolution of the business as well as stories from his "Outside the Oven" blog and book.

Duration:00:41:47