On today's podcast, we talk to Marisa Fong about life after exiting a business. Four years ago Marisa sold Madison Recruitment, a business she had spent 15 years developing with a partner to eventually sell. Now she spends her time as an angel investor and prominent advocate for woman's entrepreneurial and leadership journeys.
On today's podcast, we have a chat with our latest team member, Cam Wilkes on the opportunities for any business to delve deeper online using tools and methods such as Click Funnels to create and develop highly engaged leads and turn them into customers and fans.
Sarah Clearwater is a practitioner of Design Thinking, creating new ways to drive both employee and customer relationships. Human centred design is growing in its use as we look for ways to drive both our businesses and engage in the communities that our customers belong to, looking for more meaningful connections with brands.
Liam Bowden founded luxury brand Deadly Ponies over 12 years ago. Today we talk about the journey in the luxury fashion world, being a luxury brand in New Zealand and what it takes to stay at the top of your game when it come to culture and maintaining your vision.
On today's session, I sit down with 5x World Champion Terenzo Bozzone. I wanted to learn more about the business of being a professional triathlete at the top of his game and the challenges it brings. Terenzo shares his experiences on family, injury, sponsors and motivation.
Today I talk with triathlon legend and world class triathlon coach Sam Warriner. Sam has coached me to the World Championships along with many others. An elite triathlete that competed at the Beijing Olympics, won many races including Ironman, she shares with me her thoughts and philosophy on what it takes to achieve challenging goals, understanding peoples needs and patience.
It's all about authenticity and apparently we all need to be coached to understand it. Not sure Paul and I agree on this one. We also discuss the three C's of vulnerability - courage, connection and compassion...
In this session I speak to Scott Rice, renowned event organiser and founder of the Ocean Swim Series in New Zealand. Having worked together I knew Scott would be able to shed some light on building a cornerstone event and how over the past 10 years the demands and needs of his customers have changed.
When we try to change our course we often hit barriers that we can't overcome in both business and our personal lives. In this podcast we explore how they form, where we fail and how we can create better habits.
Over a rare lunch with my wife we discussed the virtues of a University education and what will suit my 4 year to get there. Culture and diversity or formal learning and more importantly will University be relevant when it comes times to make the decision.
So many of us are able to rev the engines and get all excited about the 'big' idea, but so often quit before we start. Here Paul and I discuss the reasons why action is so important and why we struggle to execute.
This FindThe_Gaps Session explores the changing times of the global removals industry. Rather than focus on the fairly uninteresting subject matter, Raymond talks about the place technology is playing in their growth and how the changes in global migration is dictating how people move around the world.