Everyday MBA with Kevin Craine | Success Tips You Don't Learn in..
Welcome to Everyday MBA – Interviews with best-selling business authors, innovative thought leaders and top-shelf executives all sharing their best success techniques and tips that you don’t learn in business school. Whether you are an experienced professional or you’re just starting out, Everyday MBA will help you take your business and your career to the next level.
Episode 195 – Resiliency Ninja Allison Graham talks about her new book “Married My Mom, Birthed a Dog” and how to be resilient when life sucks. Guaranteed you face challenges; that’s life…and business. Unfortunately, without the right tools, those punches will limit your success. Learn about the Resiliency Ninja formula and how to conquer adversity and keep going. Listen for three action items you can use today.
Episode 194 – Rick Snyder discusses his book “Decisive Intuition” and ways to use your gut instincts to make better business decisions. Rick is an international business coach and consultant, and the CEO of Invisible Edge. His breakthrough strategies have been implemented by executives and businesses in Europe, Canada, Asia and America. Listen for three action items you can use today.
Episode 193 – Ken Guest discusses his book “Digital Prospecting” and ways to find, nurture and close sales using social media. Ken is a Partner at Sandler Training at the Ruby Group and an expert at sales prospecting. Sales methods have changed dramatically. The days of cold calls and email blasts are over. Learn modern methods to close more sales using social media. Listen for three action items you can use today.
Episode 192 – Six-Figure Freelance Action Items. This special episode explores three steps to strengthen your solo freelance success using proven concepts like a sales pipeline, automated scheduling software and leveraging your niche with a beachhead strategy. It takes careful planning to be a successful freelancer. Action items any entrepreneur can use today.
Episode 191 – Neil Braun, Dean of the Lubin School of Business at Pace University, discusses STEM education. Are graduating students prepared for the real world? Professor Braun warns us that more is needed in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math. What is the future of business education and its integration with other sectors like science and technology? Listen for three action items.
Episode 190 – Sam Conniff Ellende discusses his book “Be More Pirate” and how you can take on the world and win. Sam explores the tactics and strategies of Golden Age pirates, drawing parallels modern business rebels like Elon Musk. Pirates didn’t just break the rules, they rewrote them. Learn how you can do it too. Listen for three action items you can do today.
Episode 189 – Dr. Timothy Tobin discusses his book “Peak Leadership Fitness” and ways to elevate your leadership game. Tim is Vice President of Franchisee Onboarding and Learning at Choice Hotels International and a leadership coach and fitness expert. What does physical fitness have to do with leadership? Find out in this interview and listen for three action items you can do today.
Episode 188 – David Jenness, portfolio marketing manager for digital business automation at IBM, discusses advanced data capture, process automation and intelligent information management. What steps should you take in order to take advantage of advancements in business automation? What are the roadblocks to automation? And what is IBM’s roadmap for content management in 2019 and beyond?
Episode 187 – Mark Samuel discusses his new book B State and a new roadmap for bold leadership, brave culture and breakthrough results. Mark is the author of The Power of Personal Accountability, which was recently named Best New Business Book by the International Book Awards. Mark is the President and Founder of IMPAQ. Listen for three action items you can use today.
Episode 186 – Tom Murry, retired CEO of Calvin Klein, discusses C-Suite business techniques that get results. Tom retired as CEO after 17 prosperous years during which he facilitated the brand’s growth from 2.8 billion to $8 billion. He has worked with, and learned from, the most recognized names in fashion, as well as titans of the business world. Listen for three action items you can use today.