This week we sat down with Rick Simpson, a financial advisor and ex-professional football player to discuss a wide range of topics including race, philosophy, and how listening and learning from each other and your past impacts your life.
Pam is the Director of Marketing and Development for The Kitchen, a nonprofit organization that has fed the hungry in Wichita Falls for 50 years through programs like The Red Door, The Green Door, Meals on Wheels, and Kid’s Café. In this episode, Pam talks about the joy of serving people, how serving people improves whole communities, and some exciting opportunities for people to get involved. Learn more about The Kitchen here: https://www.thekitchenwf.org/
Evan Schmitt is an author, voice actor, and the host of Get Creative with Evan Schmitt, a podcast in which producers, artists, actors, and entrepreneurs discuss the most important thing they've learned during their careers. You can listen to Evan's podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/get-creative-with-evan-schmitt/id1164282349?mt=2 Find Evan online at one of the places below: Twitter: @evanschmitt Instagram: evanschmitt90
Ready to feel inspired? This is the episode for you. Mark Lukert is a speaker, author, and educator who helps people realize their leadership potential. He was an educator for 33 years, 21 of which he spent as an elementary school principal. Some of Mark's accomplishments include: State President of Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (2003), TEPSA Executive Committee (10 years), State Representative for the National Association of Elementary School Principals (6...
We're finally back! Thanks for being patient with us as we transitioned to our new podcasting room. In this episode, Logan and Jared discuss the best places to distribute your media, a huge benefit digital marketing provides over traditional marketing, and the rampant negativity on social media.
We're coming up on the holiday season, which means a lot of businesses will be hosting events. But how do you generate excitement for your events? In this episode, we discuss what businesses can do to make the most of their events and make people want to be there. Note: if you watch the video of this episode, you will see us dressed up in our Halloween costumes.
Jacob Carlson is a Principal Channel Account Manager on the HubSpot Partner Team. One of the things Jacob is best at is leveraging whatever resources are available to nurture people through the sales process. In this episode, Jacob joins us on the phone to discuss some of the best practices to use as a salesperson, what sales look like in the digital world, how to find clients you love working with, and how NCAA Football on XBOX pushed him toward getting into sales. Want to hear more from...
We're only a month into this podcasting thing and this is already episode 10! Thank you to everyone who has listened and supported us in any way so far! In this episode, we discuss how people consume media today compared to the past, Facebook going after YouTube with one of their new features, and we reminisce about the good ole days of listening to CDs in our cars. If you enjoy what you've heard on Modern Mad Men so far, please leave us a review. If you haven't enjoyed it, let us know...
In this episode, we sit down with Caitlyn Cremeens, one of our awesome digital managers, to talk about being a woman in the workplace, three things a business owner should do on Facebook, and future podcast endeavors.
You're in for a treat during this episode! We finally got three mics, which means all three of the Modern Mad Men guys are on at the same time! In this episode, we discuss what businesses need to do in order to develop a digital voice. We get passionate; there's a couple rants; there's some banter; and, we discuss the digital significance of Eminem's viral freestyle.