How Your Past Experience Give You An Edge

If you have listened to the show, you know anytime I have a guest, I like to have them back and flip the tables. Peter Hinga returns as the interviewer to ask me three questions of his own choosing. First, what did you learn from giving tours as a park ranger about engaging with different…

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Marketing Lessons From Political Campaigns

We live in a day when politics can be a very dividing topic. Rather than looking at the divides that surround it, Peter Hinga and I are taking a deeper look at the lessons we can take from politics and apply them to our personal brand. Peter Hinga started his political journey volunteering on local…

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Marketing Lessons from Landscaping Companies

I recently received not one, but two of the same type of marketing pieces. I hate to say it, but it wasn’t the best marketing I have seen. It got me thinking, what makes a good marketing piece? I have Cassie Tucker back with me again to dive a little deeper into what makes a…

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Take the Opportunities in Front of You

Lee Kitchen is back for our follow-up episodes where we flip the script, and my guest becomes the interviewer. Lee came up with a fun set of questions, and I can’t wait to answer them. First, when you were young, what did you want to be when you grew up? I had a top three…

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Changing Your Mind with Design Thinking

One definition of insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly, but expecting a different result. Today, most industries have a rapidly changing landscape, and it is not enough to approach questions and problems from the same angle. Lee Kitchen is here unpacking the concept of Design Thinking and how you can set yourself apart by…

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