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Explore the unconventional in the creative process through interviews with artists, filmmakers and other creative types with host and artist Jeffrey Morabito. Ever see someone who has paint on their pants, tattoo sleeves, an asymmetrical haircut, and someone exclaims that guy/girl must be an artist? There’s a romantic notion that artists need to be eccentric, but the real oddities usually happen behind closed doors.
 
GlobalEdgeTalk is a podcast about Global entrepreneurs, executives, and innovators. In our episodes, we will be combining the best of storytelling with the richness of our guests' experiences in business, market-entry, entrepreneurship, and lifestyle. We strive to inspire, empower and transform entrepreneurs, businessmen, business owners, and all involved and determined around the world. Our episodes feature guests with global experiences, from CEOs of Fortune 500 companies to software devel ...
 
Christlike Thinking is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to discussing how Christians are engaging culture and living out Romans 12:2, which says, "Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect."
 
YOUNG JAMES FROST just knows, deep in his bones, that he's a writer. He writes far into early mornings, after his wearying hours of scrubbing toilets and sweeping floors. He loves writing that much. But it's not only the joy of words that keeps him grinding; it's his desire to retire the janitor's mop. He sees being published as the key to living an improved life. James has another deep-seated conviction: that he's not good enough. He secretly longs to be accepted. However, the conventional ...
 
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Do you have a clear set of goals for your business each year? Or a systematic way of orienting your business toward your goals each quarter? I’m a huge fan of annual, quarterly, weekly and daily planning to maximize the time you spend each day on high value tasks that move you toward your goals. Implementing a business planning strategy means you c…
 
Marybeth Chew takes a deep dive into the main source of her paintings; film stills from horror films. This process deals with much more than just paintings and films, but a greater transformation of how we identify ourselves through movies in today's image-conscious society. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_people/ for images and comments.…
 
How much risk are you willing to take? For some, the idea of taking a giant leap of faith is exhilarating. For others, the idea instantly makes them queasy. Where you land on that continuum will change depending on the greater circumstances of your life, too. Your relationship to risk affects your business and the choices you’ll make. When it comes…
 
Everyone wants to find their one perfect square inch of the market where they can go a mile deep, do good work, and make good money. You could chase what you think the market wants and jump into a niche that seems hot right now. You could choose a market segment based on what your degree is in, what you’ve done before, or what you think you should …
 
Whenever people ask me how I built a business with my husband, they usually add, with an eye roll, “because I could never do that with my partner.” And I always kind of laugh and say, “Lots of therapy.” Which is the truth in many ways. Though it’s not just therapy, it’s both of us actively working on having a healthy, loving, energizing, communicat…
 
Please welcome this episode's guest, Glyn Rees! With a strong sales and entrepreneurial background, Glyn has been in leadership roles in the recruitment industry for over 30 years across sectors including Engineering, Education, Telecoms and Technology. He successfully grew the European business for a leading American technology search firm prior t…
 
What really goes into building your platform? Whether it’s Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn or another site, building an audience for your business through social media presence can be a key piece of marketing your business. Actually getting traction and followers, however, can seem like a mysterious process. It’s not often that someone with a large f…
 
What are you willing to do to get to what you really want? And how many times are you willing to hit a wall in the process of achieving it? You need clarity about what you want, but you also need to get clear on your expectations for the results of your actions. If you reach out once and assume not hearing back means no, if you pitch a major public…
 
Growth is challenging because growth requires change. And many of us are stuck in our ways and we don’t even know it. Which is why it can be so helpful to have other people ask you questions that will push you out of your comfort zone. In a coaching program, boot camp or mastermind, you can have someone else force you to really look at yourself and…
 
When was the last time you visualized the details of what you want from your business and your life? Did you have a clear, specific picture of what that actually looks like? Not just the money or a title or recognition, but what it looks like day to day. When you see the picture, does it show the life you really want? Getting clear and specific abo…
 
Letting go is hard. It hurts when it’s time to retire something you worked really hard on and that you’re proud of, especially when it’s working. But sometimes you have to let go of things that are good to make room for something great. Those good enough things might be filling the space and time you need to grow and expand into new places that wil…
 
Michael Rosen gets advice from Erica Dhawan on the best ways to communicate on-screen, as people work and live more in zoom, text, social media and email rather than meeting up. We need to find new ways of talking to each other 'virtually'.Erica Dhawan is the author of Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance…
 
There is so much talk about story. What’s your story? You need to have a good story for your brand. Blah, blah, blah. I think a lot of people don’t actually understand what “story” really means and how to use it to build your brand. So today, I wanted to revisit a clip from Episode 23 with Melanie Gow, the brilliant mind behind my TED Talk last yea…
 
Please welcome this episode's guest - Tracey Bissett! Tracey is a Financial Coach for Young Adults & Business Owners, Speaker, Podcast Host, and a Founder of Bissett Financial Fitness Inc. As Chief Financial Fitness Trainer of Bissett Financial Fitness Inc., Tracey educates and empowers individuals, notably young adults, and business owners to take…
 
In this episode of GlobalEdgeTalk we are joined by Ray Tomasco, who is the Managing Partner of reesmarx USA LLC (www.reesmarx.com). For over 20 years, Ray has provided insight around issues of the organization, growth and operations, and leadership to clients and senior executives. Recognizing and adapting to the special needs of early-stage and fa…
 
What if you reimagined the norms of your industry? Said no to the conventions that don’t work for you and worse, kept your business from being profitable? People will say it can’t be done, that the industry model exists for a reason, you’ll never get clients, and on and on. But what if breaking out of the mold meant you could actually produce your …
 
What do you want your business to look like? What would it take to stop playing defense and start getting into offense? When you’re operating in default mode, relying solely on referrals, you’re operating from a defensive position. You need a system that allows you to consistently take action to get business. You need to flip the script and ask you…
 
How’s your messaging? If you’re struggling with marketing your business and every time you sit down to write copy–any copy–feels like an epic slog because you don’t know what to say, you’ve got a messaging issue. Everyone wants their marketing to connect with their audience, but if you’re unsure of what to say or not say, or you’re winging it every…
 
For Homer Shew, the art department was where he found his community in boarding school. This continued in college to the extent he had to move back in NY to be with his community. After being moved to make a painting of chef in an alleyway in Chinatown, Homer began his series of portraits of Chinese-Americans. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_p…
 
SEO can easily become a massive distraction for the small service lifestyle business owner. Yes, it has value, but with changing algorithms and conflicting advice and best practices out there, figuring out when and how to spend your time and attention on SEO is confusing at best. And what’s the one thing that really matters when a potential client …
 
How does one go about inventing a language? David J. Peterson is the creator of the Dothraki and Valyrian languages for fantasy series Game of Thrones, as well as many others. He joins Michael Rosen for a playful discussion about all things conlang, and Michael tries his luck at inventing a new language for bacteria. Produced by Eliza Lomas for BBC…
 
This episode's guest is Alex Stein! Alex is a 20+ year high-tech expert with extensive knowledge in Business Process Management (BPM), Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Dynamic Case Management (DCM). Alex has a strong track record in delivering great products, excellent sales/marketing skills and ability in building successful companies that …
 
Why do we say 'I climbed' not 'I clomb'? Why is there a 'p' in 'receipt' and not in 'deceit'? Why is 'of' spelled with a 'f' when it sounds like a 'v'? Michael Rosen hears why from American linguist Arika Okrent. Together they talk about the strangeness of English and who is to blame for the mess. Produced by Eliza Lomas for BBC Audio in Bristol.…
 
If effortless passive income were possible, you’d be on a beach somewhere with a margarita right now, or whatever your fantasy vacation looks like. But passive income takes a lot of effort up front. You have to build an audience, the course, the funnels, the ads. And you have to keep selling the course once it’s out there. Maybe you’re hitting your…
 
Do you know what you really want from your business? It’s not enough to say “I want more money,” or “I want to scale.” What is your life going to look like when you get there? What role do you want to play? What do you want to do every day? CEOs can bottleneck a company faster than anyone else when they’re not actually doing the right job. There’s …
 
Pricing conveys value. If a potential client is wondering if they’re going to get bombarded with upgrade offers once they sign up, they won’t sign up. Being underpriced can and does hurt you. When your price reflects the value of the service or package, your clients can trust that they’ll get what they’re paying for. But how do you know when your p…
 
For abstract painter Hollis Heichemer, going with the flow works well for her. We talk about the many jobs we've had, watching nature change, our love for Haruki Murakami and getting rid of that noise so that you can go down deeper into your creativity. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_people/ for images and comments.…
 
How do you feel about your sales process? How do you want to feel about it? Could it even be something you enjoy? So many people say they don’t want to be sales-y. They don’t want to be pushy. It doesn’t come naturally, etc. etc. But you do, in fact, need to be selling in order to have a sustainable business. And you can do that in a way that feels…
 
A lot of us are scared to share our best stuff because then we think people won’t hire us or pay us for it. But why would we want to hide our best stuff behind a paywall? Yes, some of your audience will take your expertise and go the DIY route. But if you use your ideas to build your platform, know that some of the people watching will want more fr…
 
Artist and Filmmaker David Scott Kessler reveals his long journey in completing his documentary “The Pine Barrens”. David takes cues from originally being a painter on how to work the camera, while challenging his preconceived ideas about the people and place that inhabit this film. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_people/ for images and commen…
 
Are you evolving in your business? With your industry? Or are you fighting it, scared to take the steps you need to take to build the business you know you want? Sometimes it’s learning new skills, sometimes it’s learning new softwares. It can be especially challenging when you’ve been in business for a long time and you’re ready to just know how t…
 
Where are your blind spots? Is there something you love doing anyway that could make you a few extra dollars with minimal setup or maintenance costs? Can you leverage your audience to support your passion project or side hustle? I tend not to think things are worth my time if they aren’t going to produce significant revenue. That has served me well…
 
What have you overcomplicated in your business recently? Are you trying to solve problems by adding more to your plate rather than taking something off? It’s not just you. There’s a human tendency to add and look for more things to do whenever we have a problem that needs solving, when subtraction might be the best solution. Add a culture where wha…
 
Entrepreneurs can be a pretty Type A bunch. But what if letting go–even just a little–lets in your next big thing? Are there opportunities right in front of you that you don’t dare explore? Sometimes we, and I definitely mean me too, can be so myopic in our thinking that our business needs to look a certain way, that we miss the opportunities right…
 
From burned out to noped out, was there a moment that made you realize you’d had enough? Today, we're going to talk to Kia Abrera about her journey from burnt out, working until four in the morning at her high level agency job to finally calling it quits and starting her own thing. Kia is the co-founder and CEO of Braveworks Inc., a 6-figure video …
 
Ashley didn't fit in with the cool kids in the Art Department, so she studied Greek and Latin instead, inadvertently learning what was really important for her paintings. Cool kids, bad paintings, the music scene in Athens Georgia, weaving in the Odyssey, and Mac'n Cheese are some of the topics that are discussed. See www.instagram.com/i_know_stran…
 
Gretchen McCulloch, Internet Linguist, author of Because Internet and the host of the Lingthusiasm podcast, talks to Michael Rosen about what it is to "ship" and how fandoms and other subcommunities online are changing the English language.Clip from 'Mans Not Nice' Michael Rosen remix credited to MisterLuccaProduced by Ellie Richold for BBC Audio i…
 
On today’s episode I’ve got serial entrepreneur and badass business owner, Matt Inglot. Matt owns several businesses, including Freelance Transformation that helps freelancers become more successful, and Tilted Pixel, his agency that helps grow membership website companies. I met Matt years ago when he invited me on his podcast and we’ve stayed in …
 
Do you want to write a book? Do you know WHY you want to write a book? Do you have something you absolutely have to get on your soapbox about? Or do you wonder why your voice should even be the one to tell this story? Without clarity on WHY you want to write a book, you probably won’t be able to create the kind of book that can really move people, …
 
On today’s episode, I’m excited to chat with badass marketer and business owner, Aga Conboy. Aga is an incredible example of what’s possible when you do the work and show up for your business. Aga believes that busy professionals have been cheated into believing that just because some forms of marketing are now accessible by anyone – social media –…
 
Dr Elisabeth Carter talks to Michael about the language used by fraudsters who fake romantic relationships online for monetary gainProducer Sally HeavenFurther information and help.Action Fraud provide a central point of contact for information about fraud and financially motivated internet crime.Phone: 0300 123 2040 www.actionfraud.police.ukVictim…
 
Today, I'm bringing on a serious badass in the coaching and consulting world. Badass business owner, Carl Gould. Now, it seems like everyone and their mother is a business coach these days but Carl is going to put us all to shame. First: he built 3 (!) multi-million dollar businesses by the age of 40. Then, he started and launched the super success…
 
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