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We invite survivors and dissenters of critical social justice to come together as the starting place, in our shared struggle, despite our sometimes significant differences. Arriving at this refuge, at this crossroads. The point of discovery. The place between chaos and order. And by deliberately coming to that place of no man's land, we discover our values, our philosophies, our poverty, and our wealth. And so the path begins, moving towards the highest good- unique to us all, yet completely ...
 
Marketers know it’s the connections we make - between ideas, people, and brands - that make all the difference. Each week, Happy Marketer Connection invites you to connect with Sue Frech, Martech pioneer and unfailing optimist, as she and her fellow passionate marketers explore engaging and inventive marketing strategies and toast brands making impactful consumer connections. Kick back, relax, and join our happy (half) hour of marketing inspiration and positivity and come away a happier and ...
 
Nonfiction authors share compelling true stories & books with great ideas for living well. In addition to discussing captivating biographies & memoirs, these writers promote business & entrepreneurship, foster community-building, encourage health & wellness, strengthen home & family, and nurture personal development. Regardless of the genre, all the books we feature are insightful, inspiring, and uplifting. In the end, we save you time by curating long-standing classics, sleepers, and new re ...
 
Welcome to Anatomy of a Strategy! Recorded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, hosted by Tara Hunt, a 20-year digital marketing veteran and CEO of Truly, and Stefani Forster, journalist, content strategist, and Creative Director of Truly. (Previously co-hosted by Carlos Pacheco) AOAS is a marketing podcast that explores the hidden psychology and behaviors that drive marketing strategies. It’s not about marketing per se. We don’t celebrate and rehash case studies as much as dissecting the culture in ...
 
At the seed of every good online program, there’s a community. Kami Huyse believes empowering that community is critical to lasting success. In this podcast Kami, along with Madalyn Sklar, will focus on the root of the matter — building online communities. Through this process, they'll share information, helpful tips and advice, and takeaways to help build your own community. Learn how to monetize, provide value, inspire others to take action, and make this a great experience for everyone. K ...
 
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One of the most difficult parts of managing a community is ensuring everyone adheres to a universally acceptable system of behavior. With events, there is generally a Code of Conduct that makes it clear what behaviors are acceptable, what behaviors aren’t, and the consequences of operating outside of the rules. Sometimes it falls on an individual o…
 
SUMMARY Christina Soontornvat thrills readers of all ages with her 2021 Newbery Honor Book, All Thirteen: The Incredible Cave Rescue of the Thai Boys’ Soccer Team. Winner of numerous nonfiction awards, All Thirteen is a gripping page-turner. What begins as a simple afternoon adventure for teenage boys exploring a cave escalates into a global life-o…
 
It’s easy to say that Developer Relations and Community Management is not universal, but sometimes, we focus so much on what is being done in our part of the world that we can forget how things might be different in different places. In this episode, we decided to try something a little different. We reached out to folks around the world to tell th…
 
SUMMARY Emmy award–winning journalist and media expert Frank Sesno teaches how to question others in his book, Ask More: The Power of Questions to Open Doors, Uncover Solutions, and Spark Change. Sesno shares the secret sauce to asking the right question at the right time. Mastering this simple skill sets apart successful people in all disciplines …
 
SUMMARY For more than 20 years, Heather Lende has written obituaries for the Chilkat Valley News in the tiny town of Haines, Alaska. Now, the New York Times bestselling author weaves her own life lessons together with recollections of the deceased. And we get Find the Good: Unexpected Lessons from a Small-Town Obituary Writer, a gentle, insightful …
 
SUMMARY “The Power of Kindness: Why Empathy Is Essential in Everyday Life” by Dr. Brian Goldman is the result of a veteran ER physician questioning his empathy quotient. Concerned his ability to be kind has diminished, Goldman travels the world looking for stories and data about empathy. Relieved to learn neuroscientists believe humans are hard-wir…
 
SUMMARY Anne Devereux-Mills, once a powerful New York advertising executive, captures her story of creating authentic female connections in her book, “The Parlay Effect: How Female Connection Can Change the World.” After experiencing a “trifecta of setbacks”—losing her job, health, and last child (to college)—Devereux-Mills found herself in a new c…
 
SUMMARY Pediatric occupational therapist Angela Hanscom, author of “Balanced and Barefoot,” urges parents, teachers, and administrators to embrace “free play” for children of all ages. Today, without merry-go-rounds and teeter-totters, time to roll down hills and get dirty, these modern kids are experiencing an alarming increase in sensory and emot…
 
SUMMARY “Strong Like Water: How I Found the Courage to Lead with Love in Business and in Life,” by new author Laila Tarraf chronicles one woman’s painful struggle with emotional trauma. The eldest of three children of Lebanese immigrant parents, Tarraf takes on the dual role of mediator between a warring mother and father and bridge between two cul…
 
Creating a place for your specific community to gather online is a challenge every Developer Relations or Community team is likely going to address at some point, whether it’s because your executive team is asking you to create this space or you see a need for it. In this episode of Community Pulse, we talk to two specialists in the community indus…
 
SUMMARY Not just another rags-to-riches story, “Unstoppable” by Joshua M. Greene is the unbelievable true story of “Siggi B. Wilzig’s Astonishing Journey from Auschwitz Survivor and Penniless Immigrant to Wall Street Legend.” Initially reluctant to write another dark Holocaust-survivor story, Greene, was surprised to find the post-Auschwitz life of…
 
SUMMARY Co-founder of the toy company Melissa & Doug, Melissa Bernstein reveals the raw truth she's hidden most of her life: for more than 50 years, she's grappled with existential anxiety and depression, bringing her to the brink of self-harm. In her book, ⁠"LifeLines: An Inspirational Journey from Profound Darkness to Radiant Light," released Mar…
 
Developer Relations professionals are known for creating a lot of content and the platforms that are available to us seem to grow by the day. For this episode of Community Pulse, we’re diving into what platforms exist today and what types of content works best for each channel. We’re joined by two guests: Cassidy Williams and Joe Karlsson, who are …
 
John Rocco, #1 New York Times bestselling children’s author and illustrator, shares his recent release, How We Got to the Moon. Organized in seven sections, the book takes readers from age ten to 99 through the years of Apollo, a decade of serious space exploration. Using vivid illustrations and just the right amount of technical and historical inf…
 
As the number of engineering and developer jobs continues to grow and the skillsets diversify, DevRel has seen a wave of people being let go, followed by a sudden growth in hiring across the tech industry. Taking a look at these trends over the last year or so, we decided we would go to the experts to explain how hiring looks from the recruitment s…
 
SUMMARY In The Problem of Alzheimer's: How Science, Culture, and Politics Turned a Rare Disease into a Crisis and What We Can Do About It, Jason Karlawish, physician and writer, combines deep research with personal practice as Co-Director of the Penn Memory Center. Part case studies, part history, part present assessment, and part future projection…
 
SUMMARY In her book Passports and Pacifiers: Traveling the World, One Tantrum at a Time, Kaitlyn Jain, mother of four and a world traveler, shares her travel tips and family adventures. On every trip, Jain brings along her positive attitude and sense of humor while she and her husband balance careful planning with spontaneity. To afford their globe…
 
SUMMARY To be happy together, whether you’re starting a new relationship, weathering difficult times, or jump-starting a long-term marriage, Suzie and James Pawelski can help. Their book, Happy Together: Using the Science of Positive Psychology to Build Love That Lasts, isn’t the typical approach to romance. But this husband-and-wife research team …
 
SUMMARY A Mother’s Grace: Healing the World One Woman at a Time, by Michelle Moore, includes a collection of inspiring stories of a dozen everyday women who have transformed grief, crisis, and tragedy into an extraordinary passion to lift, love, and heal others. Linking arms with these contributing authors, Moore has formed the award-winning nonpro…
 
SUMMARY Dr. BJ Fogg, founder and director of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University, unveils his breakout book, Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything. A bright yellow sheath striping the book cover boldly claims, “This Book Will Change Your Life!” Inside the book, Fogg explodes myths promoting traditional approaches to chang…
 
While DevRel holds some universal truths, there is at times a difference between how we handle our external communities as opposed to our internal communities. While we are still bringing people together, some of the approaches and interested parties may change. How do we foster communities and communicate feedback within an organization? Is it so …
 
SUMMARY Howard Ross, a lifelong social justice advocate, has authored the Washington Post bestseller, Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgments in Our Daily Lives. Smashing long-time myths we hold dear, Ross addresses the many faces of unconscious bias. His book offers a plethora of data and anecdotes illustrating the urgency …
 
Ken Lempit, President of Austin Lawrence Group, joins the final Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Business Manifestation. Hear how to manifest success in your business and life, lower your churn rate, the most common mistakes CEOs make, how to grow as a SaaS company, and Ken’s transition from the corporate world to his family business. Connect w…
 
SUMMARY Ryan Atkins shares the true and difficult journey with quadriplegia in his memoir, One Step Closer: How a Life-Altering Accident Led Me to Everything I Almost Missed. A college student in 2009, Atkins has the world by the tail. But a freak car accident leaves him paralyzed below the shoulders, changing his life fundamentally. Even after wor…
 
Michael Neuendorff, Executive Coach, Trainer, and President of Build and Balance, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Connection. Hear how to connect with your audience, tips for optimizing your LinkedIn profile, how businesspeople connected before LinkedIn, how to stay dedicated to your work, and how Michael has kept his entrepreneurial spi…
 
Jay Wong, Founder of Podcast Your Brand, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Progress over Perfection. Hear how to decide the theme of your podcast, whether a podcast is right for your brand, how to build a community with your podcast, the triangle effect from a strong podcast, email list, and private group, and how Jay takes an agency appro…
 
SUMMARY In her award-winning book, Role Reversal: How to Take Care of Yourself and Your Aging Parents, Iris Waichler blends her personal experience with her professional expertise as a licensed clinical social worker and patient advocate for over 40 years. Her book is designed to help caregivers who are now 53 million strong in America, 90 percent …
 
Erica Solomon, Beauty Director, Customer Experience Partnerships at Brandshare, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Beauty Trends. Hear the top beauty trends and how changing consumer habits are impacting development, the vital role product sampling has in driving trial and loyalty, alternatives to in-store sampling, and some growing beauty …
 
April Martini, Co-Founder of Forthright People, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Personal Branding. Hear the key essentials for building your personal brand and steps to get started, ways to balance the focus on your personal brand vs. the company brand, how to approach finding the right business partner, moving projects forward without d…
 
Jessica Lauria, a skilled Marketing Consultant with experience on the client- and agency-side, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Relationships. Hear how to build strong relationships with your agency partners, how the client-agency dynamic has changed, what to look for in a marketing agency, how to give helpful feedback, and Jessica’s less…
 
Emma Isaacs, Founder and Global CEO of Business Chicks, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Winging It. Hear the importance of becoming an expert at failing, the why and ways to avoid overplanning, how to pivot and pivot again, create an organization that inspires, and how Emma has grown her business while raising a “half dozen” kids. Connec…
 
Craig Dubitsky, Founder of hello products and Chief Innovation Strategist at Colgate, joins Happy Marketer Connection for an epically positive episode about the benefits of being friendly. Hear how to make friendliness your business game-changer, why FOMO is changing the retail landscape, how to create a brand that makes people smile and a company …
 
As we’ve mentioned in previous episodes, budget concerns are an ever changing part of working in DevRel. Now more than ever, DevRel teams are expanding their functions and responsibilities while stretching the idea of how we do the things we do. In this episode, we sit down with Bear Douglas of Slack to talk budgets, what budget allocations mean to…
 
SUMMARY Radiologist, author, and speaker Linda K. Olson shares the story of becoming a triple amputee in her new book, Gone. On the cusp of becoming doctors, Olson and her husband are hit by a train in Germany, leaving Linda without three limbs. Uttered by her husband Dave just after the accident, the words “If you can do it, I can do it” become th…
 
Julie Levi, President and Founder of Progressive Promotions, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Passion, Patience, and Persistence. Hear what it takes to succeed as a Salesperson and Entrepreneur, what true persistence looks like and why it's worth it, the ways Sales has changed over the years, how to hire and support your business developm…
 
SUMMARY Brad Aronson, author of the National Bestseller HumanKind: Changing the World One Small Act a Time, discovered content when his wife was recovering from leukemia. Inspired by the many demonstrations of "humankindness" that supported their family through this dark time, he began writing a blog. Then, realizing that even the smallest of gestu…
 
Pia Marquez, Digital Marketing Sr. Manager at Del Monte, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss building your Personal Brand. Hear why it's important to develop your personal brand, the benefits of working for small and large companies, why marketers should take a page from designers by building their own websites, how to add skills at each sto…
 
SUMMARY Much-decorated professor and accomplished author, Charlotte Gray chronicles Reluctant Genius: Alexander Graham Bell and the Passion for Invention. Bell originally hailed from Scotland, emigrated to Canada for better health, and eventually settled in Boston, Massachusetts (USA) where he acted virtually solo while inventing what we know as th…
 
Dustin Finkel, Founder and CEO of Ancient inGRAINed Snack Co, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss Relationships. Hear how to grow your network, create beneficial relationships across industries, how Dustin created Ka-Pop!, his experiences on Shark Tank and QVC, and how to have a solid financial understanding of your company. Connect with Dus…
 
SUMMARY In her memoir, The Smallest Lights in the Universe, author and astrophysicist Sara Seager shares her journey exploring both outer and inner space. An MIT professor standing on the cutting edge of discovering exoplanets, she is widowed at age 40 and plunged into deep grief. But with patience, time, and the help of a tight-knit widows’ group,…
 
Zachary Weinberg, Director of Amazon Advisory at Gartner, joins Happy Marketer Connection to discuss eCommerce trends. Hear how eCommerce has changed in recent years, how to dominate your category on Amazon, what the top brands are learning from challenger and D2C brands, what new e-tailing trends are here to stay, and what you can learn from a fai…
 
Author Cecilia Rodriguez Aragon, once a shy, timid child riddled by fear, shares her breakout memoir, Flying Free: My Victory over Fear to Become the First Latina Pilot on the US Aerobatic Team. Her book, 20 years in the making, features Aragon facing her fears head-on through learning to fly. With fierce determination matching her mathematical sup…
 
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