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Episode 11: Please Call Me ASAP
In this episode, Eric and Derrick do their best to offend almost everyone with their take on business communication processes and procedures. Voicemails? Unhelpful emails? Small talk chats on business calls? There are a few rants, a few laughs, and hopefully laced throughout - there are some helpful tips for making the most of your day-to-day business interactions.
Episode 10: Just A Couple Of Tools
This week Eric and Derrick discuss a few of the essential online tools they recommend when starting your business. In lieu of comprehensive, unbiased reviews of all the options out there, they rather lazily give you biased reviews based on nothing but gut feelings and the simple fact that they don't hate these tools after using them every day for years on end. They highly recommend checking out the following tools discussed in this episode by visiting their respective websites. In order of...
Episode 9: CreADDive Lessons | Alex Miller
In this week's episode, Derrick chats with friend and Core colleague, Alex Miller, about his passion for fine art, construction graphics and his newest source of anticipation, the OneWheel. But the real story here is an idea that he and his kids have developed over the past several years that he recently took public called CreADDive Lessons. http://www.creaddivelessons.com (http://www.creaddivelessons.com/). Great concept and great execution. Also check them out at the social media...
Episode 8: Shock of Silence
The topic this week is what to expect when you first start working with a remote team you don't know, and how to establish an effective work routine right off the bat.
Episode 7: Finding The Ladder
Eric and Derrick discuss that infamous corporate ladder and their take on the differences between advancing at a large company vs a small one.
Episode 6: Extended Family
In a somewhat holiday-themed episode, Derrick talks with special guest and colleague, Kim Levine, about her key role in creating a close-knit culture at Core. They discuss the importance of trying to maintain that vibe as the company grows, and how fortunate they are to work with such a great team. Special Guest: Kim Levine.
Episode 5: Please Remember To Clock Out
Eric and Derrick rattle off their opinions on management styles and philosophies - including employee handbooks, vacations, and sitting around doing nothing - and how that helped inform the way they interface with current employees. Also, Eric confirms that there are indeed bad questions that you should not ask a potential employer during an interview. Sadly, he doesn't tell you what they are.