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Leverage is an on-demand outsourcing platform that helps business owners and entrepreneurs scale without the pain, cost, and risk of hiring. With a team of vetted experts spanning across all areas of marketing and growth, we serve as an agile extension to your team—allowing you to get more done in less time. The goal of the Leverage Podcast is simple: to learn from the best and discover how we can all live a better life, build a more fruitful business, and be more productive. Leverage’s Foun ...
 
They say that you are the average of the friends and company you keep, so I want us to improve our average together. Think about it... the stronger we are as individuals, the more we can serve those around us. I Have Cool Friends is a podcast that sparks inspirational conversations with experts about business, wellness, and personal development. I’ll be interviewing friends that are experts in their field and I invite you to join in on the conversation.
 
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This week on the podcast, Nick is chatting with Kary Oberbrunner, the author of Unhackable and founder of Igniting Souls Publishing Agency. Just like Nick, Kary is obsessed with helping people become more productive—the only difference is that Kary takes a slightly different approach, by making people unhackable. If you've ever been set up to be pr…
 
In today’s episode, Sam welcomes back consultant, speaker, and influencer, Jon Levy. Jon is a behavioral scientist best known for his work in the field of influence, community, and adventure. He specializes in applying research to transform the ways companies approach marketing, sales, consumer engagement, and product development. Today, Sam and Jo…
 
The word “diversity” comes up a lot in discussions around workplace culture and decorum, but few of us truly understand what it means. We think of the big three—gender, race, sexuality—and forget about all the other differences that make us truly diverse. Because that’s really what it’s all about: difference. And it’s the work of all of us to learn…
 
In today’s episode, Sam welcomes licensed psychotherapist and global relationship and empowerment expert, Terri Cole. For over two decades, Terri has worked with a diverse group of clients that includes everyone from stay-at-home moms to celebrities and Fortune 500 CEOs. She has a gift for making complex psychological concepts accessible and action…
 
I’ve been a synth-head for a very long time. As a result, I have these little personal dropping-off points of favorite bits of gear: Ensoniq ESQ-1, Roland JD-800, E-mu Proteus and Morpheus. So imagine my surprise when a recent parcel of Facebook paraded all of my favorite synths. And it was put out there by today’s guest – Drew Schlesinger – who wa…
 
Josh Clemente, founder of Levels, is a mechanical engineer and CrossFit-L2 trainer. At SpaceX, he led a team to develop life support systems that sustained astronauts on their trip to the International Space Station (ISS), the first new crew-carrying spacecraft since 1980. Josh has also spent time designing and building hyperloop technology and lea…
 
Every entrepreneur dreams of having a company that manages itself—of being able to leave the office feeling confident that their team can make decisions that will benefit the company without needing to ask permission first. But that’s not often the reality. The thing is, your company and your team are only as strong as your core values. The more cl…
 
Despite the fact that I feel like I’m ‘dialed in’ to everything going on in the MI (Music Instrument) industry, sometimes I just get whacked in the head by something unexpected. I got an out-of-the-blue contact from some people in Argentina; when I started digging into https://yaeltex.com/, I was kind of blown away by what I saw – a ‘make what you …
 
For many us, the phrase “Artificial Intelligence” conjures up images of a bleak, joyless future where machines have taken over and humans have to fight for their place in the workforce. But that’s the Hollywood version of AI, not the reality. The fact is, AI can significantly improve the lives of your team members—and your overall business growth. …
 
Gary Chang says it himself: “I've always portrayed myself an obscure electronic music composer, whose side gig is scoring Hollywood movies and tv shows.” I don’t think I could frame his work – or his attitude – any better. He takes an artist’s view of everything he does, whether it is his own music, the music he does for ultra-popular directors (li…
 
Dominant, decisive, doer: Does this sound like you? If you’re like most entrepreneurs, you want things done and you want them done now, and if no one steps up to the plate, you can’t help leaping in … whether you’ve got the necessary expertise or not. In this episode of the Team Success podcast, Shannon Waller explores what it means to have a drive…
 
Questions addressed: What is the single most important factor needed for a successful advertising campaign? How can a company get their ideas to take root, spread, and grow like wildfire? For an individual – or a company – what are the “guidelines” for how long one should hold onto an idea, that isn’t yet successful, before “tossing it overboard?”…
 
As the head of content development for Nonlinear Educating (the home of MacProVideo, Ask.Audio, Ask.Video and more…), Steve Horelick has been in the media tool education game for a long time. He’s had his eyes on music software since Logic was an Emagic product. But he also has a long history as a musician and sound designer, with some pretty impre…
 
In order to build a Self-Managing Company®, you need self-managing team members, and that starts with you. It starts with empowering your team to think critically, react creatively, and work collaboratively. In this episode of the Team Success podcast, Shannon Waller interviews EOS Implementer®, coach, and best-selling author Jill Young on her late…
 
KamranV is dedicated to new technology for music. From his work at Interscope New Media, through his work on the Phonocut vinyl lathe, Kamran is pushing envelopes at every turn. One of his on-groing projects is the QUARK plug-in system, which provides and easy-to-assemble toolkit for quad encoding and decoding of tracks. The stuff is ‘cooked’ enoug…
 
This week, Nick sits down with Amir Salihefendić of Doist to discuss his companies, Todoist and Twist. Todoist is one of the most popular digital to-do list apps on the market today, and Twist is an internal communication tool similar to Slack and Microsoft Teams. After building one of the most successful to-do list tools in history, it's no surpri…
 
In this new era of remote work, building and maintaining relationships can feel almost impossible. But it’s also more important than ever. It’s strong relationships, not simple transactions, that make for a fulfilled, connected, and productive team—and happy clients. In this episode of the Team Success podcast, Shannon Waller walks you through her …
 
This special edition of Mind Your Business is a takeover, hosted by Investors Bank. Michael MacIntyre, Director of Business & Government Banking interviewed the leaders of three major chambers of commerce and a top community development financial institution (CDFI). Guests include: Randy Peers, President & CEO of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, J…
 
For my audience, Anthony Rolando probably needs no introduction. As the product designer at Make Noise Music, his work is found in almost every modular system you’ll run across. From his earliest designs (such as the Maths) to his latest (like the Morphagene), he’s helping to define the future of modular systems. Recently, Make Noise has come out w…
 
Tune in to hear: Pairing your wines– just in time for Passover.. The wine industry through the pandemic – changes and new products. Changes in the restaurant industry – will it affect the wine industry?By Yitzchok Saftlas
 
Incentive plans are some of the most valuable methods of increasing team member productivity, cultivating an engaged workforce, and maximizing a company’s potential. Yet most entrepreneurs don’t understand how to create or use them to their best advantage. In this episode of the Team Success podcast, Shannon Waller interviews Alex Freytag, author o…
 
Tune in to hear: COVID – 1 year later – how the banking and medical industries have been affected. How has the pandemic affected business structures? What it took for banking and medical industries to survive COVID-19By Yitzchok Saftlas
 
Phelan Kane is a force of nature – when he recently signed up for the Max Certified Trainer program, I got a chance to see him in teacher-action, and also got a sense of his writing and presentation styles. Wow! Adept at everything from cogent DSP explanations to crazy Max DSP external development, he blew me away with all of the stuff that he coul…
 
Have you ever wanted to work with the likes of Sir Elton John, Elon Musk, take a submarine down to the Titanic or perhaps close museums in Florence for a private dinner party, and then have Andre Bocelli serenade while you eat your pasta? Steve Sims has done all that for his clients and more—and he's on this episode of the Leverage Podcast to chat …
 
As an entrepreneur, most of your time should be spent working on your business, not in your business. That means it’s up to your team members to represent you and your company … and it’s up to you to ensure they feel safe, supported, and appreciated enough to do it well. In this episode of the Team Success podcast, Shannon Waller shares the top 5 w…
 
Yay! It finally came together! I’ve been working on getting James McCartney for a while, and it happened! And the chat was as good as I hoped – we got to completely geek out on music/audio programming discussions, he introduced me into a class of new instruments, we talked about the past and the future… It’s what makes this podcast so awesome to pr…
 
When it comes to your business, company culture is everything. No matter how great your product or service is, if you can’t attract, retain, and make the most of great talent, you’ll always be fighting an uphill battle. But as our teams have transitioned from working in person to remotely, our strategies for keeping them engaged will have to change…
 
Joshua Hodge is someone that is dedicated – dedicated to helping people learn to do what they love. Oh, and to get a job, too! His project – The Audio Programmer (theaudioprogrammer.com) is a central location for learning about how to become an audio programmer, and it combines his passion for music with his love of programming, and teaching. In ou…
 
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