Tue, 27 January 2015
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Dan Pashman details how he buit the Sporkful podcast into a massively successful food brand. He recently partnered with WNYC for his show, and also has written a best-selling book: Eat More Better. I even got the chance to pretend like i was on the show, talking about L.A. BBQ. And he gives a hit-list for how to create something that people will love.
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Mon, 19 January 2015
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Dan Pashman, host of the podcast The Sporkful and author of the book Eat More Better stopped by the show. Dan details the secrets of how he built his successful food podcast that is ‘For eaters, not foodies.”
Dan says that every meal is an opportunity for greatness, and his quirky and irreverent style has won over millions of listeners on iTunes. Dan was an independent podcast creator, up until last year when the legendary public radio station WNYC picked-up the show.
Mon, 12 January 2015
Jayson Gaignard dropped by to detail how he created his MasterMind Talks Series, and has built lifelong connections by introducing influencers and experts via "Mastermind Dinners."
Jayson is a black belt in networking, building community and relationships. We go deep into the value of connecting like-minded indviduals and helping others always comes back to you. Jayson is adding a deep knowledge-base for listeners, and will help you understand the value of buiding bridges for others. Learn how you can book your own influencer dinners and cultivate more meaningful long term relationships in this episode.
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Mon, 5 January 2015
Author Nir Eyal joins the podcast for a discussion around his NY Times best-selling book “Hooked: How to Build Habit Forming Products.” Nir explains the 4-step process around building products that capture people’s attention. From Facebook to WhatsApp to Pinterest – Nyer has spent years contextualizing academic research, applying it to help entrepreneurs build habit-forming products.
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Nir is a pioneer when it comes to self-publishing. He details the journey of his book becoming a best seller and how his blog, community, and self-published e-book helped land his book on the NY Times list. It’s an amazing story that all writers can learn from.
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