The process of scaling up really begins and ends with the leadership. If you’re a leader, then you must face yourself in the mirror and take care of yourself. There are many great ways a leader can develop themselves and today’s guest discusses how leaders can thrive under tough pressure.
Would you like to close more business without compromising price? Our guest shares about how to get really obnoxious in your pricing and in your value.
Whether you are a tech company, or you would like to learn from tech companies, today’s show is for you; we’re going to look at scaling up Silicon Valley style.
This show will be relevant, not only for tech companies, in silicon valley or around the world but also for people who admire the methods of scaling silicon valley style.
We often hear the term ‘pivot’ in business. When things aren’t working out, we figure out how to make it work in a different way, whether that be changing business models or switching businesses. However, what about the mini-pivot? This is where you add a small change that helps the business scale up.
How do you create a business that scales massively but also reflects your highest purpose and values in life? A business you can be proud of and yet makes a difference in the world that is your legacy. On this week’s podcast, our guest shares a story of our scaling up work at work in a unique and cool business.
Scaling up means getting consistent and reliable in your core processes. It also means there will be an acceleration in onboarding new talent, which tends to damage and create bottlenecks to your processes. How do you get your core processes tuned up efficiently as more and more people join your company? That’s the topic of today’s
Are you afraid of public speaking? Have you tried it in the past because you understand the benefits, but you don’t feel 100% confident in your ability yet? Well, this episode is for you. Today’s guest is a public speaking expert who’s worked, coaching and developing other people in public speaking performances, for 20 years.
Do you cringe at the thought of having more meetings? Most of us think we don’t need to waste more time on meetings; they take up our time and nothing actionable ever gets done in the end. Yet, well-run meetings can make all the difference; they can actually give you back time. Today’s show is all about well-run meetings and what it takes to make them.
What’s your potential? We all know we want to reach our potential yet nobody really knows what it is. Today’s show is with best selling author, Mark Sanborn, on the topic of the potential principle; how do we realize and keep hitting new levels of potential forever. Mark introduces a framework to always be grappling and expanding your potential over time, yours and your company’s.
What do you think of when you think of innovative companies? The first things that come to mind are probably; big budgets, lots of resources, innovation centers, groovy workplaces and special design labs, to name a few. You’re probably not thinking of you and your business. For sure, you can do so many interesting things on such a large scale, but innovation comes from small companies as well. Today’s show is all about innovation on a small scale and how to scale it up.