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Here we tell the stories of United States veterans turned entrepreneurs and business owners. You’ll learn from the vets themselves the lessons they took with them from their time in the military, and how they applied those values to their new ventures. Find Your Mission is presented by WeWork in partnership with Dell Small Business and it’s created by the team at Mission.org.
 
When a gigolo is shot to death in the bedroom of a beautiful girl, it raises some perplexing problems for Detective Kenny Kilkenny. Why, for example, would a man steal the license plates off his own car? Why should an innocent young professor come to the murder room … and then conceal a key to the crime? Why was a ‘phantom secretary’ hiding in the closet near the murdered man? Was there really money to be made selling glass eyes for stuffed ducks? Why would a beautiful girl ask her lover to ...
 
Interested in the future of Internet technology? Join us each week as we talk about the latest news and trends in AI, blockchain, IoT, and cloud with founders and innovators building the next wave. We cover the rise of the fourth platform that will serve billions of connected people, apps, and devices in the age of IoT. Along the way, we interview leaders and executives at some of today’s top technology firms, who share their real-world experiences from the practitioner’s point of view. Abou ...
 
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“Isn’t it funny how day by day nothing changes, but when you look back everything is different?” — C.S. Lewis Nostalgia – Used to be treated as a disease! https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/08/when-nostalgia-was-a-disease/278648/ Getting rid of my childhood tractors was hard. Junk for nostalgia. Like the TV show Hoarders, we can accumu…
 
How do you know what your customers really want? Without regular, open conversations with clients, you could be missing something crucial. That’s what happened to us, as we found out during a recent round of user interviews for our software company, WebinarNinja. …and what we discovered wasn’t just important for our business alone. The simple fact …
 
Will it sell? It’s the first scary question entrepreneurs have to ask. Just because you think it’s a great idea doesn’t guarantee there’s a market for your product or service. So how can you find out? How can you get an accurate sense of whether your business will make it? It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping an aspiring entrepreneur figure out if…
 
No matter what kind of business you run, you’ll need software tools to maintain your online presence. The question is: what’s the best way to pay for them? You might be tempted to think that anytime you can afford to pay annually, you should. It saves money in the long run, right? But in our experience, some software is better paid for on a monthly…
 
What is “profit?” If you think you know, you might be looking at it all wrong. It sounds out there, but Profit First by Mike Michalowicz makes a compelling case for a totally new outlook on profit. And after reading it, we can’t see profit the same way ever again. In this Must-Read book review, we explain the radically different approach championed…
 
Can you really make it on your own? It’s the first (and maybe most important) question aspiring entrepreneurs ask. What do the numbers need to look like to (safely) leave the 9 to 5? How can you transition out of your job, with enough runway and cushion to have a real chance at success? Today, we do the math. Becoming an entrepreneur isn’t about ta…
 
Paying for podcasts, while uncommon is now also available directly through Apple Podcasts. The latest Apple update released channels and subscriptions for podcasts this week and we’re anxious to see how many podcasters and listeners choose to dip their foot into the deep end. Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. Looking to be a…
 
Yes, you have to spend money to make money. But if you’re not careful, you’ll spend more than it’s worth. Staying lean and profitable is getting tougher. The cost of digital ads is rising steadily, as social media platforms take advantage of their unique position. But there are ways to get customers without draining your marketing budget! Today, we…
 
Take a close look at your bills. Are you really using everything you’re paying for? It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’ve got a listener with a common worry: that money is being wasted on redundant or unnecessary software. Over time, the products (and the costs) can add up! Today, we clean house. That doesn’t necessarily mean canceling. Sometimes, the smar…
 
Vacations are investments. And you should never waste an investment. Taking time off to recharge and reset your creative energy is absolutely essential. But too often, entrepreneurs can’t leave work behind long enough to truly recuperate. Today, we fix that. With our 5 tips, you can take an active approach to your vacation planning. By doing so, yo…
 
It’s time to run your business, rather than letting business run you. Mike Morse is an attorney, consultant, and best-selling author. At one point, the unpredictability of business (and life) caused his dreams to go up in flames — literally. But from the ashes of tragedy rose a fresh, smarter approach to entrepreneurship. Today, Mike is here to sha…
 
I had the opportunity to talk to Dave Jones from Podcast Index and the Podcasting 2.0 show about PodPing and other podcasting stuff. We talked about the comments we made about PodPing on the Podcast Insider show with Angelo Mandato, CIO of RawVoice Inc. / Blubrry Podcasting. Also a lot of other podcast related things. It was a fun conversation for …
 
Should you get someone to help you with…life? We always recommend executive assistants for your business. But what about the personal kind? Can having someone take the pressure off your day-to-day life create enough breathing room to help you succeed in business? Is a personal assistant worth it? Or is it just an indulgence? Today, we discuss a few…
 
Ransomware, meat, the Russians strike again, Amazon abandons arbitration, Biden bans 59 Chinese companies, United Airlines is trying to bring back supersonic planes, and a tech for good story in an attempt to save the 6 billion baby male chicks that are killed annually.By The Next Wave Podcast
 
Advertising is a vital part of keeping the podcast industry alive, however there are a few misconceptions on how advertising works concerning downloads and delivery. The Blubrry team clears up any confusion and clarifies how it works exactly. Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. Looking to be a guest on the show? Let us know. R…
 
We all know the power of habits. But which habits are most important? Which ones have the biggest impact on your overall life and business? We believe it’s these 3. Today, Omar names the 3 habits that are definitely, unquestionably worth the effort to develop. They’re the habits he credits with giving him health, success, and the grounding to pursu…
 
How much “growth” makes your company a success? The truth is that the answer is different for every business. Depending on goals, funding, and a host of other variables, growth can mean everything — or very little. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener figure out where to set the bar. This listener started a small software business a f…
 
When it comes to delighting customers (and making sure they remain customers), a little can go a long way! Tiny gestures can have a huge impact on retention, churn, and word of mouth for your business. In this episode, we explore some of the best pound-for-pound investments you can make in customer relations. The gestures are small, but the ROI add…
 
Stop “competing,” at least in the old-fashioned sense. That’s the main message of this incredible book. Blue Ocean Strategy is a deep dive into a whole new marketing philosophy that will completely change the way you look at business. Or at least, it changed the way we look at business. This fascinating book by W. Chan Kim and Renee A. Mauborgne up…
 
Some of us have had a remote team since ever. Some of us had to go remote when COVID struck. And some of us are gonna stay remote, even after the virus is in our rearview. So how do you make remote work work, in the long term? Today, we explain how to make sure your homebound employees are on the ball, all the time. It’s not about intimidation or k…
 
Not everything about podcasting is fun and creative; but it’s useful to keep up on a handful of tips, for example, a podcast best practice: file naming conventions. Todd and Mike discussed what’s currently going on at Amazon Prime and Apple, as well as something a little more simple, like how podcasting will save the open web. And don’t miss the in…
 
Nothing’s really original. But that doesn’t mean your product can’t be unique. In fact, it kinda has to be. Today, we explain how to stand out from the competition, by narrowing your focus to being different in just one way. Whatever your product is, it’s ok if it’s not to be the only one on the market. But it has to be better than anything else at…
 
Does every business need a website? Spoiler alert: YES. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener decide whether to take their business from social media to their own corner of the Internet. While this entrepreneur is making a few bucks selling on social, it’s time to move on. The good news? Creating a business website has never been easie…
 
Having just finished up his 14th NBA Season, current Chicago Bulls MVP (in the words of Zach LaVine) Thaddeus Young joins RT. We break down the season that was for Thad, what earned him a strong nod from his teammate as well as stories he has endured over his decade + time spent in the league. His fav and craziest teammate, his thoughts on the curr…
 
Put aside the politics. Let’s talk business. Ensuring diversity isn’t just a moral imperative or an obligation to society. It’s a smart move that a true entrepreneur sees the financial value of. It’s an investment in your company’s long-term future. It’s a strategy! Today, we discuss how diversity improves your bottom line. By avoiding a monocultur…
 
As COVID taught us, you have to expect the (completely) unexpected. That includes all kinds of disasters, including the natural kind. Today, public adjuster Vince Perri is here to explain exactly how to prepare for the worst. Floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes and more don’t schedule themselves into your calendar. You have to take action no…
 
What are you feeding your audience? It’s Part 2 of our series on building a (strong) audience, a lesson in putting together the most important asset a business can have. In this episode, we focus on the milkshake that brings all the boys to the yard: your content. Specifically, we discuss the 3 most powerful mediums you can use to reach your audien…
 
As a podcast hosting company, we know the finer details of how podcasting works and the importance of the technical side of podcasting, first and foremost the RSS feed. That’s why this episode we brought in Angelo Mandato, Blubrry’s CIO, for a Meet the Team segment, where he and Mike dive into the ways in which even those not technically advanced c…
 
Nothing is more important than your audience. It’s your Number One business asset. Your product can change; your entire business can change. But if you have a strong audience, they’ll follow you from venture to venture, even through ups and downs. So how do you build one? Today, we kick off a 2-part series on cultivating your audience — emphasis on…
 
To gain perspective one can only be achieved thru lived and shared experiences. On this edition of RT the crew got back in studio and enjoyed story telling at its fullest with NBA Vet now NBA Cares Ambassador and the first Professional Male Athlete to come out as gay, Jason Collins. The friendship / brotherhood relationship that goes back 25 years …
 
How much can you sell out of your garage? Quite a bit, turns out. Even better, you can move on to bigger (but surprisingly affordable) warehousing sooner than you might think. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener learn how to handle e-commerce inventory management — from scratch. When you sell physical products, it gets harder to keep…
 
Our special guest this week is Ryan Noon, CEO of Material Security. Material Security reduces the risks of email hacking. Email is an essential repository of sensitive content, the key to countless accounts, and the most ubiquitous business application. When attackers have multiple ways in, blocking messages is no longer enough. Material protects a…
 
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