487. Devon Bandison on How A Morning Routine Will Make You a More Effective Dad
Today we’re having our next installment of Takeover Tuesday! This week, we’re joined by Rob Roseman of the
486. How Community Creates Bigger Book Value for Your Business
Building a community will create book value for your business. joined me for this episode to dive deep into this idea. Besides being a great friend and personal mentor, Anand is the CEO of IntelliPhi. He founded intelliPhi, and built his own community, with the mission of helping growth executives make smarter go-to-market decisions. His mission can be summarized through this equation: Intelligent Systems + Big Data + Experienced Leaders = Insightful Decisions With that said, Anand said the first step is to determine your own mission. After you figure out a problem you want to solve, build a community around it. And here’s the good news: You can always gather people around a problem.
485. To Say ‘Yes’ to 1 Big Thing, You Have to Say ‘No’ to Everything Else
This week, Sangram’s preaching to himself — Because this week’s big idea, is an issue many of us still wrestle with. Maybe you’re the lady or the guy who likes to say yes to everything. Often, we see something new and interesting, and our brains go "squirrel!" We run around from idea to idea, and it can drive everyone around us crazy. Our heads are constantly exploding with ideas that all sound good! (Until we hear another one pop in our heads!) Sound familiar? On this #OneBigIdea episode, Sangram discusses why we have to say no to small things, so we can say yes to that one big thing we are trying to accomplish.
484. How to Fuel Your ABM Strategy With Inbound
The world isn’t black and white. There are a lot of gray areas whether we like to admit it or not. The sales and marketing world is the same way. It’s not just inbound or just ABM. It’s a mixture. .
483. How to Make Your Customers Feel at Home
My former boss Marc Benioff, the founder of Salesforce, is a genius at turning customers into evangelists. I have learned so much from him that I now use in my own company. In this throwback episode, James and I completed another # book. Here we talk about the many ways Marc made Salesforce their customers’ home and how you can apply those lessons to your business.