Podcast Episodes - Page 8 of 22 - Screw The Commute

146 – Everyone wants to steal this lady’s ideas: Tom interviews Jane Ubell

Jane Ubell is an award winning entrepreneur and former TV and film producer. Her credits include Good Morning America, Wall Street Journal TV, E.T. and lots of others. In 2017, Jane founded Bedside Reading, one of the most innovative author marketing programs in the world. Bedside reading places books by the bedsides in luxury hotels and in the media the hotel brands. Waldorf Astoria, Mandarin Oriental, The Fairmont and many others.

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145 – Simple skills = big money: Tom talks Business Skills That Rock

If you are expecting me to espouse some high-level business school theory, you are wrong and in the wrong place. I’m going to tell you about some simple and easy-to-implement skills that can have an extremely powerful effect on your business. I thought I would take a completely different approach than I ever have before on these podcasts.

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144 – Drinking & Smoking Cigars earned $600K for Charity: Tom interviews Ed Rigsbee

Ed Rigsbee is one of a select and very few people on the planet to hold both a CSP and a CAE. He has been a professional member of the National Speakers Association since 1988 and was awarded the certified speaking professional. Ed is the ROI guy. He's obsessed with helping organizations to give and receive more return on investment in everything that they do. He's recognized internationally on the topics of strategic alliance development and membership growth.

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143 – He does what he loves every day: Tom interviews Tomaz Mencinger

Tomaz Mencinger has been living the dream doing stuff with volleyball as a professional, virtually professional, volleyball coach. And then he just loves everything to do with sports and balls and he took up tennis part time and then just fell in love with it. And for 25 years he's been making his full time living for him and his lovely wife with tennis. And it's called feeltennis.net.

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142 – How to Create a Quality Podcast: Tom talks In Front of the Scenes

Podcasting in front of the scenes. Last week we had Larry Guerrera on. He’s an IMTC graduate who did so well in school I hired him as a contractor. He went into depth on what goes on behind the scenes at a quality podcast. That was episode 139. In this episode, I’m going to tell you about everything I do before Larry gets the final mp3 file that you all listen to.

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141 – She sings, dances and WOW’s ’em around the World: Tom interviews Lynn Rose

She is known as the WoW maker. Lynn Rose is an award winning media and marketing entrepreneur and speaking consultant for executives and experts, and CEO of the Power to Wow. In front of the scenes you've seen her on CBS ABC NBC Sony, films and other media. Behind the scenes she works with CEOs celebrities and thought leaders to help bring out their wow when they speak, pitch or perform in their business.

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140 – From Dumpster to Dynasty: Tom interviews Annie Meehan

Annie Meehan is an international motivational speaker based out of the Minneapolis area. She's published five books, three workbooks, and won a national award. She's the president of the National Speakers Association chapter in Minnesota and Annie was a 12 year Snap Fitness franchise owner. Annie loves inspiring people to live an exceptional life in the office, in their homes, and communities.

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139 – We pull the curtain back on “Screw the Commute”: Tom talks Behind the Scenes

Quality podcasting “behind the scenes”. Larry Guerrera is here and he's the guy behind now about 140 episodes of Screw the Commute. And in the beginning, it was kind of a learning process of how this all worked to get our show notes to show up properly and make connections with all the major podcast directories. And also next week on episode 142 I'll be doing the companion episode on what goes on in front of the scenes before I ever turnover the final MP3 file to Larry.

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138 – From the Bronx to the Boardroom: Tom interviews Simma Lieberman

Simma Lieberman creates inclusive cultures where people love to do their best work and customers love to do business. She's a consultant, speaker, and author, and Simma produces and hosts the podcast Everyday Conversation on Race for Everyday People at www.raceconvo.com.

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137 – She’s passionate about WHAT?: Tom interviews Bobbi Olson

Bobbi Olson became a Budget Coach thanks to a phobia of driving. So dealing with the Orange County Metro Traffic, that's in California, required the perfect distraction which led to an education on budgeting through books on tape. Now I'm gonna figure this out. That she was afraid of driving so she always rode or she was driving and learning budgeting at the same time. I don't know. We'll find out, but it really changed her life creating a passion for budgeting.

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