Robb Wolf – Legacy and Career Suicide
Robb Wolf talks food systems regenerative agriculture space is part of his legacy, but it’s also a double-edged sword. Listen in to find out why Robb recognized it might be career suicide.
Cassmer Ward: Being of Value Leads to Sales
Cass Ward of Nexagy talks about the handcuffs of entrepreneurial flexibility, the best advice he's ever received in business, and how being of value leads to sales.
Scott McIntosh: Burnout, Not Missing Life & Passion
McIntosh served eight years as an Officer in the United States Navy before moving home to Nashville in 2009 to follow his passion for entrepreneurship. Julie and Scott chat about burnout, not missing life, and the role passion plays in business. Don't miss hearing about Scott's highest-impact activity and what type of class he would teach in business school.
Brandon Crumpton: Looking In The Mirror
In today’s episode, Julie talks with Brandon Crumpton, President of Key Signature Entertainment, about how looking in the mirror will often solve a lot of business problems and how sometimes being too transparent hurts your business. They also chat about a lesson Brandon learned about being too transparent with his employees, team, and clients, and how that’s been a hard lesson to learn.
Jim Young: Helping Men with Burnout
Julie & Jim discuss burnout for business owners and how expansive intimacy can help. Jim also shares how his marriage was a victim of his career, and how he’s helping others avoid that same path.
Mercedes Austin: Guiding Problems and Micro-Actions
In this episode of They Don’t Teach This in Business School, Julie interviews Mercedes Austin founder of Mercury Mosaics and the artist at Mercedes Austin Art. Going strong for over 20 years, Mercedes has been making handmade tile in Minneapolis and recently expanded a sister location in Wadena, Minnesota. During this episode Mercedes and Julie discuss transparent leadership and the importance of connecting with a community of entrepreneurs.