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It’s hard to believe we are celebrating our 200th episode already! We’ve had the honor of hosting amazing authors, speakers, consultants, as well as musicians, comedians, and even an Olympic athlete! We’re proud of our podcast, and we’re grateful to all of our guests – and listeners!
In this episode, we’re taking a moment to highlight just a few of our guests, and share their insightful stories and advice.
Mitch Joel, a leading expert in innovation, commerce, design, and author of Six Pixels of Separation and CTRL ALT Delete. Mitch discusses staying true to your authentic voice, and shares ways that a platform can help you get a publishing deal.
Corey Blake is an entrepreneur, storyteller and former actor and filmmaker. He shares his journey from actor to brand storyteller, and gives advice for nailing your content.
Rita McGrath is a globally recognized expert on innovation and growth strategies with an emphasis on corporate entrepreneurship. Rita shares her experience on writing and publishing – both with and without a co-author.
Joe Nocera is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist that covers the business sector. He has written business columns for Esquire, GQ and the New York Times, and is the former editorial director of Fortune. Joe talks about taking a long-discarded story and turning it into a smash hit podcast.
Steve Farber is the president of Extreme Leadership, Incorporated, and the founder of The Extreme Leadership Institute, an organization devoted to the cultivation and development of leadership. Steve tells us how he forges stronger, more caring, and more successful leaders.
We’d like to thank all of our listeners, and ask you to continue tuning in, sharing our content, and sending us your ideas. We look forward to making the next 100 episodes even more successful!