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  • In this episode, host Dwayne engages Joey Coleman, a distinguished business consultant and author, to delve into the dynamics of human behavior, evolving entrepreneurship, and effective leadership. They discuss the critical role of personal well-being for leaders, along with practical methods for enhancing customer and employee experiences. The episode sheds light on the ongoing transformations in the global workforce, urging businesses to embrace flexibility and sustainability. It emphasizes innovation and the necessity of informed self-education, particularly in AI, and criticizes the spread of misinformation. The conversation also explores sustainable work practices and the importance of setting clear expectations for fostering meaningful contributions over mere productivity.

    https://joeycoleman.com/

    The Speaker, Teacher, and Advisor

    For almost twenty years, Joey has helped organizations retain their best customers and employees - turning them into raving fans via his entertaining and actionable keynotes, workshops, and consulting projects. He has a long history of energizing and motivating audiences to enhance their customers’ experiences and employees' experiences. He is an award-winning speaker (yes – they do have speaking contests) at both national and international conferences – competing against New York Times bestselling authors, business leaders, and internet sensations/celebrities. He is the author of the #2 Wall Street Journal bestseller, Never Lose a Customer Again and the recently released Never Lose an Employee Again.

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Introduction to the Business of Doing Business

    00:49 Catching Up with Joey Coleman

    02:21 The Importance of Marrying Up

    04:51 Joey Coleman's Career Journey

    05:47 Transition from Law to Business

    11:23 Building a Customer Experience Brand

    18:59 The Entrepreneur's Journey

    25:52 The Value of Sleep and Health

    32:02 Outsourcing and Delegation

    40:28 The Changing Landscape of Work

    48:02 Global Demographic Shifts

    48:32 Africa's Untapped Potential

    49:23 Rethinking Business Strategies

    51:58 Defining Success Across Generations

    52:44 The Reality of Modern Living

    56:04 Leadership and Employee Engagement

    01:07:02 The Role of AI in the Future of Work

    01:22:22 Sustainable Work Practices

    01:31:18 Final Thoughts and Reflections

    Key Takeaways:

    Here are some key takeaways:

    Understanding Human Behaviour: The success of various roles and businesses often hinges on understanding human behavior—why people do things and how to influence their actions.Entrepreneurship and Adaptability: Transitioning from stable careers to entrepreneurship requires identifying translatable skills and being adaptable to new roles and industries.Importance of Sleep: Continuous work with minimal sleep is unsustainable and affects not only productivity but also health. Prioritizing sleep improves efficiency and cognitive function.Delegation and Outsourcing: Outsourcing tasks (like travel arrangements) frees up mental space and allows more focus on critical aspects of the business.Sustainability in Business: Business practices should consider sustainability not just in products but also in the well-being of employees, including reasonable working hours and mental health.Global and Demographic Changes: Businesses need to adapt to demographic shifts and the global marketplace, including leveraging technology and considering new markets like Africa.Training and Empowerment: Employees should be trained to be...
  • In this continuation into the discussion of the 6 pillars of a spectacular life, Dwayne and Dr. Tim Reynolds delve into trust, relationship-building, and the significance of a personal mission. Through discussions on the vital role of trust in any relationship, the evolving dynamics of intimate connections, and parenting in the digital age, the conversation offers profound reflections and practical strategies. The conversation expands to address meaningful vs. superficial friendships, the importance of continuous personal growth, and the impact of spirituality on daily routines. A notable highlight is exploring the intersection of leadership and personal mission, emphasizing the need to overcome ego and be present. The episode concludes with the idea that improving oneself leads to better business outcomes, stressing balance and the importance of contributing to a fulfilled life.

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Building Trust in Relationships

    00:32 Introduction

    01:04 The Importance of Genuine Friendships

    01:27 Parenting in the Digital Age

    05:28 Family Dynamics and Blended Families

    11:43 Discipline and Consequences

    18:46 The Round Pin Theory

    31:01 Sharpening the Sword: Mental and Spiritual Growth

    37:27 Exploring Diverse Learning Interests

    37:53 The Joy of Unexpected Knowledge

    38:42 Spirituality and Theology

    39:23 The Power of Biographies

    40:35 The Importance of Continuous Learning

    42:55 Balancing Expertise and Broad Knowledge

    45:08 Gratitude and Contribution

    47:40 The Practice of Gratitude

    55:05 Leadership and Mission

    01:06:10 The Essence of Personal Growth

    01:15:05 Conclusion and Final Thoughts

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

    Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dwayne-kerrigan-998113281/

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    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

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  • In this episode, Dwayne sits down with Dr. Tim Reynolds, best-selling author, founder of Living Every Minute™, and Business Builder/Entrepreneur. They explore the essential separation of ego and true life mission, spurred by Dr. Reynolds's battle with Goodpasture's Disease and subsequent kidney transplant. The dialogue delves into proactive health management, self-care, and living a spectacular life via six pillars—health, wealth, relationships, mental/spiritual growth, abundance, and mission/leadership. Additionally, they discuss the importance of time management and effective daily habits. The episode emphasizes essential strategies for achieving true wealth, time freedom, and building a meaningful, disciplined daily routine as a route to a spectacular life.

    Dr. Timothy Reynolds is the founder of Dr. Tim international Inc., a company he established in 2009 to allow him to share his passion for Living Every Minute™ with others. He dedicates countless hours each week to helping others transform their lives through mentoring, life building, inspirational talks, and writing his motivational blogs. 

    Dr. Tim was the first member of his family to graduate high school. He joined the military shortly after graduation and graduated from the Special Forces Q-course in July of 1982. He served as a Green Beret on an A-Team as the Battalion medic and eventually as a Special Forces Battalion Surgeon for the 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne). He served both enlisted and as an officer for 17 years.

    After getting out of the military, Dr. Tim graduated college with honors. His passion for helping people inspired him to become a medical doctor, and in 1993 he graduated Summa Cum Laude with an MD degree from the University of Utah. He completed his Emergency Medicine residency at Texas A&M Scott and White in 1996 and is board certified in emergency medicine.

    Dr. Tim is the managing partner for HealthCARE Express, a group of urgent care clinics rapidly expanding across the United States. Prior to starting HealthCARE Express in 2006, Dr. Tim held numerous positions in the medical field, including: medical director of the Wadley Regional Medical Center Emergency Department and level II trauma center; president of E-Med Services, LLP and of E-Med Billing Solutions, LLP; associate clinical professor for the Area Health Education Center at the University of Arkansas; and founding member of the Greater People’s Clinic of Texarkana Board of Directors.

    https://www.livingeveryminute.com/

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Introduction: Defining Your Mission

    00:36 Welcome to the Business of Doing Business

    01:11 Meet Dr. Tim Reynolds

    03:15 Tim's Health Journey and Life Lessons

    06:20 The Importance of Family and Health

    09:46 Managing Personal and Professional Life

    20:48 Taking Control of Your Healthcare

    30:38 Morning Rituals and Personal Growth

    36:32 Introduction to the Six Pillars

    36:55 Defining Abundance

    38:03 Leadership and Mission

    38:52 Integrating the Six Pillars

    40:28 Diving into Health

    41:39 Understanding Fitness

    46:32 Exploring Health Beyond Fitness

    50:34 Wealth Philosophy and Strategies

    59:01 Financial Freedom and Time Management

    01:08:45 Conclusion and Final Thoughts

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

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  • In this episode, Dwayne continues the conversation with Billy Beck about achieving self-mastery and undergoing personal transformation. The discussion explores how to create a positive identity, manage emotions, and develop empowering beliefs, all while highlighting the importance of striving to become the best version of oneself rather than chasing perfection. Key themes include the profound impact of emotions, beliefs, and identities molded by either fear or love, as well as the essential need for a compelling vision and sense of purpose. The conversation also covers biohacking and prioritizing crucial life categories like spirit, health, relationships, mission, finances, and continuous learning. This episode underscores the power of self-awareness, self-responsibility, self-forgiveness, and the significance of balancing personal growth with contributions to the lives of loved ones. The dialogue wraps up with a heartfelt message on the importance of love, service, and staying informed, offering invaluable insights for both entrepreneurs and individuals committed to personal and professional growth.

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Unlocking Self Mastery: Beyond Perfection

    00:24 Introduction to 'The Business of Doing Business' Podcast

    01:09 Diving Deeper into Identity and Beliefs with Billy Beck

    01:21 The Power of Identity in Personal Transformation

    02:29 Optimizing Your Life: From Physical Fitness to Entrepreneurial Mindset

    04:15 Navigating Life's Challenges with a Positive Identity

    11:29 Reprogramming Your Mind for Success and Leadership

    21:30 The Essence of Self Mastery and Living Greatly

    25:25 Creating a Vision for Your Life and Overcoming the Dabbler Mindset

    36:57 The Essence of Fulfillment and Success

    37:35 Real-Life Challenges and Personal Responsibility

    39:00 The Journey of Self-Improvement and Goal Setting

    39:34 Understanding the Committed Achiever's Mindset

    40:00 The Path to Higher Consciousness and Fulfillment

    40:20 Exploring the Devoted Student of Self Mastery

    42:58 The Impact of Beliefs and Self-Awareness

    44:00 Navigating Relationships and Personal Growth

    56:05 The Power of Forgiveness and Self-Reflection

    01:03:20 Life's Priorities and the Journey of Self-Mastery

    01:09:16 Concluding Thoughts on Growth, Service, and Forgiveness

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

    Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dwayne-kerrigan-998113281/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/businessofdoingbusinessdk

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebusinessofdoingbusinessdk/

    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

  • This episode features insightful discussions on personal growth, mastery, and transformative coaching. Dwayne and Billy Beck, your guest for the next two episodes, explore the journeys of self-improvement, from mastering business and physical fitness to the philosophy of training with joy and purpose. The episode covers developing a powerful mindset, overcoming mental and physical barriers, and recognizing and guiding one's true self towards achieving personal goals. Through personal anecdotes and practical advice, the conversation also addresses the challenges of maintaining consistent training, the psychological impacts of striving for goals, and the transformation of one's identity.

    Billy Beck has been awarded many honors including the MET-Rx World’s Best Personal Trainer contest champion (2 times) and was named the PEAK and Personal Fitness Professional Magazine Personal Trainer of the Year. More recently, he was elected to the fitness hall of fame along side Jack Lalanne and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

    Billy has been featured on NBC, CBS, Fox and ABC as well as on the pages of Men’s Health, Men’s Journal, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and dozens of other magazines, radio shows and interviews. He is the author of “LEAN & Mean: Fat Burning Secrets of the World’s Best Personal Trainer.”

    Billy’s mission in life is simple but a powerful one – “To make our world even more awesome.” Learn more about Billy Beck here: https://billybeck.com/

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Breaking Free from Limitations: A Bold Introduction

    00:16 The Business of Doing Business: Unveiling Hidden Entrepreneurial Gems

    00:49 The Genesis of a Podcast: From Idea to Reality

    01:22 Spotlight on Billy Beck: A Journey of Health, Wellness, and Mastery

    01:44 Exploring the Essence of Business and Personal Development

    06:54 The Power of Real Stories: The Podcast's Mission and Impact

    27:21 Mastermind Insights: The Value of Diverse Perspectives

    33:00 The Misleading Scale: Muscle Loss and Fat Gain

    33:26 Reversing Age-Related Muscle Loss

    33:46 Challenging Aging: Inspirational Stories of Fitness

    35:28 The Spider's Web: Understanding Body Connectivity

    37:11 The Pitfalls of Biohacking Devices

    38:10 Identifying and Bridging the Gap: From Dabbler to Magician

    40:15 The Power of Self-Awareness, Honesty, and Responsibility

    46:28 The Lion Law: Refusing Stories of Limitation

    56:05 Training with Purpose: Beyond Physical Appearance

    01:05:30 Concluding Thoughts and Podcast Disclaimer

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

    Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dwayne-kerrigan-998113281/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/businessofdoingbusinessdk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebusinessofdoingbusinessdk/

    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

  • In this podcast, Dwayne Kerrigan and Angie Greenshields explore the multifaceted aspects of health and wellness, from diet and environment to stress and aging. Delving into critical discussions on recognizing stress, the impact of light and environment on health, and the importance of dietary choices, the conversation highlights the need for balancing hormones, understanding sleep's role, and debunking diet myths. Further exploration into individual metabolic rates, gut health, genetic predispositions, and the significance of dietary components reveal the limitations of universal diet approaches. The dialogue underscores the efficacy of personalized health strategies over one-size-fits-all solutions, empowering listeners to make informed wellness decisions.

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Navigating Stress and Its Impact on Health

    00:11 Introduction to the Business of Doing Business Podcast

    00:43 Harnessing Energy and Optimal Health with Angie Green Shields

    01:23 The Power of Light and Sleep on Health

    05:41 Exploring the Benefits of Grounding and Sunlight

    20:51 Navigating Menopause and Hormonal Balance

    32:58 Understanding Testosterone's Role in Health

    36:19 The Science and Benefits of Cold Plunging

    40:04 The Science of Cold Shock Proteins and Stress Management

    40:33 Moderation in Sauna and Cold Plunge Practices

    41:06 Impact of Stress on Women's Health

    42:21 The Importance of Rest and Digest for Overall Well-being

    42:31 Navigating Social Media Influences on Health Practices

    43:10 Alternative Stress Relief Methods: Beach and Meditation

    44:38 The Role of Structured Water in Cellular Health

    45:44 Understanding Dehydration Beyond Drinking Water

    48:02 The Significance of Diet and Environment on Health

    48:53 Personalized Health: Beyond One-Size-Fits-All Solutions

    58:29 Exploring the Benefits and Misconceptions of Dairy

    01:05:24 Optimizing Health with Individualized Approaches

    01:09:46 Closing Thoughts: The Complexity of Health Optimization

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

    Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dwayne-kerrigan-998113281/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/businessofdoingbusinessdk

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebusinessofdoingbusinessdk/

    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

  • In an intriguing segment, Dwayne Kerrigan collaborates with clinical nutritionist Angie Greenshields to delve into the intricacies of nutrition and individual health. Angie stresses the importance of moving away from simplistic labels of food as either good or bad, advocating for a more nuanced approach that takes into account personal health needs, metabolic responses, and genetic factors. This discussion highlights the significance of nutrigenomics, functional testing, and the advantages of preparing home-cooked, high-quality meals, offering a comprehensive examination of tailoring nutrition for optimal health. The conversation also addresses the challenges presented by the abundance of dietary advice, underscoring the importance of a well-rounded diet and urging listeners to consult with professionals before implementing changes to their eating habits.

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Redefining Good vs. Bad Food: A Fresh Perspective

    00:15 Welcome to the Business of Doing Business Podcast

    00:47 Meet Angie Greenshields: A Journey in Clinical Nutrition

    01:00 The Power of Nutrigenomics and Functional Testing

    02:20 A Personal Story of Transformation and Healing

    05:39 Unveiling the Truth About Biohacking and Social Media Trends

    11:09 A Deep Dive into Blood Analysis and Its Misinterpretations

    16:29 Optimizing Health Beyond Traditional Medical Advice

    17:59 Personalized Health: The Key to Unlocking Your Best Self

    24:51 Energy, Fasting, and Finding What Works for You

    32:05 Unlocking Metabolic Secrets for Weight Loss

    32:32 The Role of Metabolic Rate in Dieting

    33:32 Building a Sustainable Weight Management Plan

    34:07 Understanding the Impact of Stress and Dieting History

    38:02 Exploring the Benefits and Risks of Fasting

    40:15 The Truth About Sugar, Carbohydrates, and Nutrient Balance

    44:22 Navigating Food Choices and Dietary Strategies

    57:51 The Importance of Quality Protein and Organic Foods

    01:00:45 Concluding Thoughts on Food and Health

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

    Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dwayne-kerrigan-998113281/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/businessofdoingbusinessdk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebusinessofdoingbusinessdk/

    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

  • Part 2: In this episode, Dwayne and Victoria Theriault delve deeper into the DISC model, stressing the importance of acknowledging and embracing one's personality traits. She challenges the common misconception that success hinges on being 'high D' and instead explores the role of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in business.

    Victoria expands on how EQ assessments can provide a more profound understanding of empathy, self-awareness, and other personal attributes crucial for effective communication. Drawing from real-life coaching examples, she illustrates the significance of personal growth, resilience, and cultivating strong leadership and team building skills through EQ coaching.

    The conversation concludes by highlighting the invaluable role of emotional intelligence in the future of work, particularly in light of the growing reliance on artificial intelligence. Victoria emphasizes the need for individuals and companies to prioritize EQ development to thrive in an ever-evolving business landscape.

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 The Power of Perseverance: An Introductory Reflection

    00:22 Welcome to the Business of Doing Business

    00:57 Unveiling the Mysteries of Personality Profiles

    02:50 Understanding Low D: A Different Approach to Success

    03:44 The Depth of DISC: Beyond Surface-Level Profiles

    04:41 Embracing Emotional Intelligence (EQ) for Deeper Insights

    08:02 The Transformative Potential of EQ in Leadership and Growth

    08:34 Navigating the Complexities of Resilience and Motivation

    11:21 The EQ Assessment: A Tool for Personal and Professional Development

    15:00 Balancing Strengths and Weaknesses: The EQ Perspective

    17:41 The Critical Role of Self-Esteem and Empathy in Leadership

    19:08 Deep Dive into Team Dynamics and Coaching

    19:56 Unpacking Team Audits and Role Identification

    22:27 The Impact of DISC Profiles on Team Building

    23:17 Optimizing Team Performance Through DISC Insights

    26:01 Leadership and Self-Awareness: Keys to Effective Team Building

    31:56 The Essential Role of Emotional Intelligence in Business and Beyond

    36:17 Closing Thoughts and How to Connect

    Check out Part 1 of our Interview Here:

    Connect with Victoria

    Victoria Theriault is the founder and owner of DISCover What Works. She’s a certified Team Facilitator, DISC and EQ Analyst and a Keynote Speaker.

    Victoria helps raise individual and team performance as well as notably improve client service. She’s a co-author of the book Pursuit 365, and the creator and host of the DISCovering You podcast which explores the role that personality plays in our interactions at work and beyond, and how it affects us as we navigate through life.

    To learn more about Victoria and her business offerings visit or email her at mailto:[email protected]

    https://pod.link/1614071253

    https://discoverwhatworks.org/

    https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaDISC

    https://www.instagram.com/discoverwhatworks/

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/discoverwhatworks

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

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  • Part 1: In this first part of the episode, Dwayne sits down with Victoria Theriault, the founder of Discovering What Works and the 'Discovering You' podcast. Victoria discusses her personal journey of self-discovery that led her to a passion for DISC coaching, communication, and team-building. She shares her twenty-year evolution of finding happiness and success, underscoring the importance of following one's passions at any stage of life.

    The conversation explores the significance of DISC assessments in both personal and professional growth, providing insights into how individuals can improve communication and relationships by understanding different DISC profiles - Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance. This episode serves as a guide for those navigating career changes, seeking a better understanding of DISC, and looking to enhance team dynamics and personal development. Stay tuned for the second part where Victoria delves deeper into the practical applications of DISC coaching and its impact on leadership and team-building.

    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Finding Your True Calling

    05:02 The Power of DISC: A Deep Dive into Behavioural Assessment

    07:22 Making the Leap: Transitioning from Employee to Entrepreneur

    15:51 The Introvert's Guide to Thriving in Business

    23:49 Mastering Team Dynamics with DISC

    32:36 Understanding Personality Styles in Communication

    34:00 The Power of Perception in Interpersonal Dynamics

    35:32 Applying DISC Insights in Sales and Team Building

    35:53 Forced Empathy: A Tool for Understanding and Connection

    38:42 Practical Tips for Effective Communication Across DISC Profiles

    44:58 Deep Dive into High S and C Personalities

    54:49 Leveraging DISC for Team Building and Personal Relationships

    59:54 Conclusion and Final Thoughts

    Connect with Victoria!

    Victoria Theriault is the founder and owner of DISCover What Works. She’s a certified Team Facilitator, DISC and EQ Analyst and a Keynote Speaker.

    Victoria helps raise individual and team performance as well as notably improve client service. She’s a co-author of the book Pursuit 365, and the creator and host of the DISCovering You podcast which explores the role that personality plays in our interactions at work and beyond, and how it affects us as we navigate through life.

    To learn more about Victoria and her business offerings visit or email her at mailto:[email protected]

    https://pod.link/1614071253

    https://discoverwhatworks.org/

    https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaDISC

    https://www.instagram.com/discoverwhatworks/

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/discoverwhatworks

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

    Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dwayne-kerrigan-998113281/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/businessofdoingbusinessdk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebusinessofdoingbusinessdk/

    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals

  • In this part 2 special, Dwayne and Brigadier General (Ret.) Craig Nixon continues their discussion on leadership and mentorship, drawing parallels between the military and corporate worlds. The conversation covers a range of topics including the importance of CEOs being in the right places, the art of delegating authority while retaining responsibility, and the significance of mentorship and peer networks in personal and professional development. Nixon also shares his personal evolution in leadership styles, from controlled aggression to a more mellowed and inclusive approach, fueled by intellectual curiosity, personal growth, and the influence of mentorship. Both part 1 and 2 episodes with Brigadier General (Ret.) Craig Nixon are packed with valuable insights on building resilient organizations, enhancing leadership skills, and the critical role of mentorship in achieving success.

    Checkout Part 1 of our Interview On Your Favourite Listen Platform

    Brigadier General (Ret.) Craig Nixon is a highly decorated retired US Army General Officer, successful entrepreneur, passionate supporter of veteran non-profit organizations, and a proud husband and father of four. He understands the complexities of the modern era like few others, thus he enjoys helping leaders grow and develop their capacity to maximize the potential of their businesses.

    Over a 29 year Army career, Brigadier General Nixon served in a wide range of assignments including seven tours in special operations units. He spent over four years in combat including tours in Afghanistan and Iraq as the Director of Operations for Joint Special Operations Command, as well as the Commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment. Following an assignment as the Director of Operations for United States Special Operations Command, he returned to Iraq as the Deputy Commanding General of the 25th Infantry Division / Multi-National Division North, Iraq.

    Brigadier General Nixon participated in numerous contingency and combat operations including the invasion of Panama, Task Force Ranger Operations in Somalia, Operation JOINT GUARDIAN in Bosnia, and seven deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. He is a combat decorated soldier whose awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star, three Bronze Stars, and the Purple Heart. He has been awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge (2nd Award), Master Parachutist Badge (with Combat Jump Star) and the Ranger Tab.

    After retiring from the Army in 2011, he joined McChrystal Group as one of the original partners and helped create a highly successful leadership consulting company. He initially developed and led an Executive Leadership Course training hundreds of C-Suite participants from Fortune 500 companies to startups across a wide range of industries and then led change management consulting engagements with several large technology companies in Silicon Valley

    He left to become the CEO for ACADEMI. Over a three year period, through a combination of organic growth and acquisitions, he built Constellis Group – one of the world’s largest private security firms with over ten thousand employees working in thirty countries. During his tenure the company quadrupled in revenue and in EBITDA and was acquired by a large private equity firm.

    Today, he focuses on growth and market entry strategy, leader development, and M&A. He works with companies and leaders across a wide variety of sectors that are trying to scale, manage change, and win. He is also a member of several of profit and non-profit boards and is an avid supporter of veteran focused non-profit organizations.

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  • In this podcast episode, Dwayne welcomes Brigadier General (Ret.) Craig Nixon, to discuss the translation of military leadership and discipline into successful business strategies, and dive deep into the values that drive organizational culture, the essence of visionary leadership, and the role of accountability and discipline in achieving success. Craig shares insights on his approach to leadership, emphasizing the importance of defining clear visions, strategic execution, and leveraging cross-disciplinary teams for problem-solving. They dissect the challenges and opportunities presented by AI and the digital transformation's impact on family and community structures. This episode provides a comprehensive look at how military leadership principles can be adapted to foster business growth, enhance team performance, and lead with purpose and discipline.

    Brigadier General (Ret.) Craig Nixon is a highly decorated retired US Army General Officer, successful entrepreneur, passionate supporter of veteran non-profit organizations, and a proud husband and father of four. He understands the complexities of the modern era like few others, thus he enjoys helping leaders grow and develop their capacity to maximize the potential of their businesses.

    Over a 29 year Army career, Brigadier General Nixon served in a wide range of assignments including seven tours in special operations units. He spent over four years in combat including tours in Afghanistan and Iraq as the Director of Operations for Joint Special Operations Command, as well as the Commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment. Following an assignment as the Director of Operations for United States Special Operations Command, he returned to Iraq as the Deputy Commanding General of the 25th Infantry Division / Multi-National Division North, Iraq.

    Brigadier General Nixon participated in numerous contingency and combat operations including the invasion of Panama, Task Force Ranger Operations in Somalia, Operation JOINT GUARDIAN in Bosnia, and seven deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. He is a combat decorated soldier whose awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star, three Bronze Stars, and the Purple Heart. He has been awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge (2nd Award), Master Parachutist Badge (with Combat Jump Star) and the Ranger Tab.

    After retiring from the Army in 2011, he joined McChrystal Group as one of the original partners and helped create a highly successful leadership consulting company. He initially developed and led an Executive Leadership Course training hundreds of C-Suite participants from Fortune 500 companies to startups across a wide range of industries and then led change management consulting engagements with several large technology companies in Silicon Valley

    He left to become the CEO for ACADEMI. Over a three year period, through a combination of organic growth and acquisitions, he built Constellis Group – one of the world’s largest private security firms with over ten thousand employees working in thirty countries. During his tenure the company quadrupled in revenue and in EBITDA and was acquired by a large private equity firm.

    Today, he focuses on growth and market entry strategy, leader development, and M&A. He works with companies and leaders across a wide variety of sectors that are trying to scale, manage change, and win. He is also a member of several of profit and non-profit boards and is an avid supporter of veteran focused non-profit organizations.

    Connect with Dwayne Kerrigan

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    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan

  • This week’s episode features Phil M. Jones, a successful entrepreneur and speaker, who brings to light the significance of mastering pivotal conversational moments in sales and customer service for business success. Join us as we delve into strategies for overcoming and preventing customer objections, understanding decision-making processes, and enhancing customer journeys in diverse industries. We explore the necessity of identifying critical moments in a customer's journey, tailoring compensation to motivate sales teams, and the impact of mindset on professional growth. Phil provides practical advice on setting targets, using direct rewards, and resources for further learning in sales and business strategy.

    An entrepreneurial success story and founder of 5 multimillion-dollar companies, Phil M Jones is a strategic Advisor to pioneering leaders of the world’s biggest brands. The author of 7 best-selling books including the “Exactly” Book Series with over 2 million copies sold, he is the Producer of the “Most Listened To” Audiobook of all time and Innovator of the highly coveted “How to Persuade” audible production. To date, more than 800 different industries, across 59 countries and 5 continents, have benefited from his input. Phil recently joined a long list of global leaders who serve in residence at High Point University’s Access to Innovators Program. The program at HPU connects students with industry leaders for networking and mentorship opportunities. He joins Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak, Netflix Co-Founder Marc Randolph and many others.

    For more info on Phil M. Jones; https://www.philmjones.com/ or https://exactlywhattosay.com/

    Check Out Phil’s Books: https://www.amazon.com/stores/Phil-M-Jones/author/B0097DKWP4?qid=1510658902&sr=8-1&ref=ap_rdr&isDramIntegrated=true&shoppingPortalEnabled=true

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    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

  • This podcast, featuring Brook Bishop, delves into the core of modern sales techniques and entrepreneurship. Brook shares his success in scaling start-ups and unwraps the fundamentals of effective sales methodologies and the role of emotional intelligence. We explore the paradigm shift from logical to emotional selling, emphasizing the importance of understanding and engaging customers on an emotional level to uncover their true needs. The conversation also covers strategic hiring based on values, the art of overcoming objections, and the significance of preparation in sales. Brook also gives practical advice on pricing strategies, negotiations, and leveraging AI for lead generation, offering listeners a comprehensive guide to excelling in today’s sales environment.

    Brook has 20+ years in the business of Personal Development and human elevation. His experience spans Business Consulting, Practice Management, Personal and Business Coaching, Live Events, and Product Development/Launches. He has had the privilege to work with the biggest names in Personal Development; from the largest Real Estate Coaching company in the world (Buffini and Company) as their Director of Sales, to working alongside Tony Robbins for the past 15 years as his Executive of Business Solutions.

    In addition, Brook has partnered and supported the Chiropractic community with Dr Timothy Gay, Dr. James Sigafoose and Dr Reggie Gold. in the world of Coaching. He has worked with over 50,000 individual coaching clients from every walk of life in virtually every country on Earth and has created coaching training, corporate coaching programs, and coaching sales strategies from his vast experience and coaching studies.

    Brook actively supports Operation Underground Railroad, the Surfrider Foundation, and Feed America. He considers himself to be a bit of a “Rogue-Maverick”, as he has been known to break the mold and consistently think outside the box.

    With a loving and passionate marriage of 12 years to his wife Rain, and a parenting approach that is anything but conventional as they abide by what they call “Passionate Parenting” to their 3 children where they learn through their passions—through traveling the world, survival skills, exposing them to a variety of cultures and religions and encouraging them to think outside the box in all areas of life.

    The Coaching Equation Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-coaching-equation/id1733574030

    Close Everyone: https://www.empirepartners.io/7-step-playbook-fire/

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    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

  • In this episode, Dwayne continues his insightful conversation with Curt Cronin for a deep dive into overcoming fear, embracing faith, and taking action amidst uncertainty. Curt draws from his combat and business experiences, shares personal anecdotes and professional insights on navigating challenges, the power of awareness, and asking the right questions. The conversation covers topics like handling external pressures, balancing fate and faith, and leading through tough times. They also touch on meditation, ego, and the impact of helping others. This episode offers empowering reflections, practical advice, and philosophical discussions, encouraging listeners to embrace uncertainty, make positive contributions, and lead with compassion.

    Curt is a beloved guest and friend of the podcast, known for his engaging and insightful discussions. If you haven't had the pleasure of meeting Curt yet, be sure to check out Part 1 here: https://youtu.be/5zy611OhY8I or you can catch his first - and the most popular 'Business of Doing Business' episode - here: https://youtu.be/yZ4h5z1hJTg

    Over his 19-year-long career as a Navy SEAL, Curt Cronin deployed 13 times and spent more than four years overseas. In that time, living and working in an environment where milliseconds made the difference between life and death and winning and losing, he honed his talent as a catalyst for transformation and rose to eventually lead the nation’s premier SEAL assault force. As a SEAL leader, he maximized his team’s effectiveness by forging unique and unlikely alliances. He transformed an offensive unit of Navy SEALs into a defensive Presidential protection unit in the midst of combat and single-handedly created the model for multi-disciplinary counter-terrorism operations out of a widely disparate patchwork of organizations as part of an Embassy team in the Middle East. Curt’s experiences as a SEAL reinforced his fundamental belief that the competitive edge for any organization in the information age is neither technology nor information, but the unparalleled power of an aligned team. Exclusively represented by Leading Authorities speakers bureau, Curt addresses the art of leadership, organizational change for the information age, and the talent of harnessing your own courage and heroism to inspire and empower individuals and teams.

    Curt is dedicated to inspiring individuals, teams, and organizations to reach their highest potential by tapping into their inner hero. With experience counseling renowned entities like AIG, Disney, HP, and the Miami Dolphins, he excels in maximizing human potential and leveraging team strengths for extraordinary outcomes. His presentations emphasize the creation of a shared purpose, harnessing the talents of team members, and fostering decisive action aligned with a leader's vision

    Curt, an experienced combat veteran, is also a seasoned entrepreneur and founder of Aiki Partners. Leveraging insights from military, academic, and business realms, he advises organizations, from Fortune 500 companies to startups, on fostering a culture of execution and innovation. Previously, he co-founded Mastery Technologies, Inc., and worked with General Stan McChrystal at the McChrystal Group. Curt holds an MBA from a joint program at the London School of Economics, NYU Stern School of Business, and HEC School of Management. A distinguished graduate of the United States Naval Academy, he has received multiple awards for his service. Curt lives with his wife, Julia, and their five children.

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  • In this episode, Dwayne is joined by friend and former Navy SEAL, Curt Cronin. The conversation spans many topics including profound connections and mutual dedication within Navy SEAL teams that propel average humans to accomplish superhuman feats. Curt, with a diverse background spanning military service and entrepreneurial ventures, shares his insights on personal growth, the significance of life experiences over skill sets, and mastering the art of surrender and acceptance to harness wisdom and embrace the present fully. Discussions also delve into transformative parenting approaches, navigating the uncertainties of entrepreneurship, and highlighting the importance of curiosity, awareness, and extending beyond traditional constraints to foster growth and success.

    Curt is a beloved guest and friend of the podcast, known for his engaging and insightful discussions. If you haven't had the pleasure of meeting Curt yet, you can catch his first - and the most popular 'Business of Doing Business' episode - here: https://youtu.be/yZ4h5z1hJTg

    Over his 19-year-long career as a Navy SEAL, Curt Cronin deployed 13 times and spent more than four years overseas. In that time, living and working in an environment where milliseconds made the difference between life and death and winning and losing, he honed his talent as a catalyst for transformation and rose to eventually lead the nation’s premier SEAL assault force. As a SEAL leader, he maximized his team’s effectiveness by forging unique and unlikely alliances. He transformed an offensive unit of Navy SEALs into a defensive Presidential protection unit in the midst of combat and single-handedly created the model for multi-disciplinary counter-terrorism operations out of a widely disparate patchwork of organizations as part of an Embassy team in the Middle East. Curt’s experiences as a SEAL reinforced his fundamental belief that the competitive edge for any organization in the information age is neither technology nor information, but the unparalleled power of an aligned team. Exclusively represented by Leading Authorities speakers bureau, Curt addresses the art of leadership, organizational change for the information age, and the talent of harnessing your own courage and heroism to inspire and empower individuals and teams.

    Curt is dedicated to inspiring individuals, teams, and organizations to reach their highest potential by tapping into their inner hero. With experience counseling renowned entities like AIG, Disney, HP, and the Miami Dolphins, he excels in maximizing human potential and leveraging team strengths for extraordinary outcomes. His presentations emphasize the creation of a shared purpose, harnessing the talents of team members, and fostering decisive action aligned with a leader's vision.

    Curt, an experienced combat veteran, is also a seasoned entrepreneur and founder of Aiki Partners. Leveraging insights from military, academic, and business realms, he advises organizations, from Fortune 500 companies to startups, on fostering a culture of execution and innovation. Previously, he co-founded Mastery Technologies, Inc., and worked with General Stan McChrystal at the McChrystal Group. Curt holds an MBA from a joint program at the London School of Economics, NYU Stern School of Business, and HEC School of Management. A distinguished graduate of the United States Naval Academy, he has received multiple awards for his service. Curt lives with his wife, Julia, and their five children.

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  • Join Dwayne for an enlightening talk with Matt Shearer, a business leader who lays down the blueprint behind Under Armours' rapid growth in diverse global markets. The discussion delves into various leadership strategies, including building trust, promoting transparency, and endorsing empowerment, while underlining the essential role of data-driven analytics and a deep understanding of the consumer base. Matt believes that his sports background and commitment to continual learning have been essential in his ability to construct a well-balanced team that holds each other accountable, ultimately leading to the company's success.

    Matt Shearer is a highly motivated business leader and brand management executive with over 23 years of experience building teams and driving results on a global scale. He is a proven operator and general manager with extensive experience establishing market start-ups and repositioning and restructuring distressed businesses while scaling growth and driving operational efficiency.

    Matt’s lifelong connection to sports helps to define his transformational leadership style. He is a culture-driven, non-hierarchal leader and architect of cross-functional and collaborative organizations. He leverages a strategic go-to-market process to feed prescriptive results.

    Matt received a degree in Psychology from Loyola University in Maryland and is a member of YPO Maple Leaf (Toronto). Matt was a student-athlete, playing NCAA lacrosse in college, as well as playing professionally in both the National Lacrosse League and Major League Lacrosse. He played on the Canadian National Lacrosse Team for 10 years.

    Matt has been happily married to his wife, Lizzy, since 2005 and is the father to two wonderful kids, Sophie and Luke. He enjoys music, staying active, traveling, skiing, golfing, entertaining, and spending a lot of time outdoors.

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    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

  • In this 2-part episode, we continue our discussion with Canadian Olympian Heather Moyse. Heather sheds light on her experiences in sports, her journey to the Olympics, the role her upbringing played in her character, as well as her philosophies on life and achieving goals. She also touches upon the significance of being open to opportunities, making the most of challenges, taking a risk-oriented approach, and not getting hung up on the fear of rejection. Heather also shares her ‘pursuing goals is pursuing possibilities’ philosophy, emphasizing the importance of doing everything you can to achieve your potential and having peace with results along the way.

    Be sure to check out Part 1:

    https://youtu.be/KBn4BEnWJiw

    https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/21-part-1-redefining-potential-and-gamifying-goals/id1708323202?i=1000646239683

    Heather Moyse is one of Canada’s great multi-sport athletes. A four-time Olympian in two-man Bobsleigh, Heather won gold at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, and again at the 2014 Games in Sochi. Before she was an Olympic champion, Heather was a mainstay on Canada’s Senior Women’s Rugby Team. Heather led Canada to silver in the 2013 Rugby Sevens World Cup, and was the top try scorer in the 2006 and 2010 Women’s Rugby World Cups. In 2016, Heather became only the second Canadian, and first Canadian female, to be inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame. Heather represented Canada in a third international sport in 2012, when she placed Top Five in two events at the Pan-Am Track Cycling Championships in Argentina.

    And in 2016, before deciding to compete for her fourth Olympic Games in 2018 at 39, Heather climbed Antarctica’s highest peak, Mount Vinson, as part of an expedition to support the members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

    Heather has a master’s degree in occupational therapy, and is a highly sought-after motivational speaker. Some of her past clients include TEDx, Arbonne, Canada Post, Loblaws, Royal Canadian Mint, Fidelity Investments, the Canadian Armed Forces, CIBC, Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians, Canadian Student Leadership Conference, Trillium Automobile Dealers Association, University of Waterloo, Atlantic Women in Law Enforcement, SunLife Financial, BMW, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, and has shared the stage with author and leadership guru, John C. Maxwell.

    Her best-selling book Redefining ‘Realistic’ was released in 2017. https://the-possibility-playground.myshopify.com/collections/books

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  • In this episode, Dwayne sits down with the astonishing Heather Moyse, a name synonymous with perseverance and extraordinary success. Heather, a four-time Olympian, two-time Olympic gold medalist, World Rugby Hall of Famer, and celebrated author, offers insight into her incredible journey and sheds light on the power of resilience and self-belief. She shares her perspectives on goal-setting, confronting fear, and embracing challenges, highlighting the importance of overcoming self-sabotage and its impact on personal identity conceptualization.

    Heather Moyse is one of Canada’s great multi-sport athletes. A four-time Olympian in two-man Bobsleigh, Heather won gold at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, and again at the 2014 Games in Sochi. Before she was an Olympic champion, Heather was a mainstay on Canada’s Senior Women’s Rugby Team. Heather led Canada to silver in the 2013 Rugby Sevens World Cup, and was the top try scorer in the 2006 and 2010 Women’s Rugby World Cups. In 2016, Heather became only the second Canadian, and first Canadian female, to be inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame. Heather represented Canada in a third international sport in 2012, when she placed Top Five in two events at the Pan-Am Track Cycling Championships in Argentina.

    And in 2016, before deciding to compete for her fourth Olympic Games in 2018 at 39, Heather climbed Antarctica’s highest peak, Mount Vinson, as part of an expedition to support the members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

    Heather has a master’s degree in occupational therapy, and is a highly sought-after motivational speaker. Some of her past clients include TEDx, Arbonne, Canada Post, Loblaws, Royal Canadian Mint, Fidelity Investments, the Canadian Armed Forces, CIBC, Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians, Canadian Student Leadership Conference, Trillium Automobile Dealers Association, University of Waterloo, Atlantic Women in Law Enforcement, SunLife Financial, BMW, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, and has shared the stage with author and leadership guru, John C. Maxwell.

    Her best-selling book Redefining ‘Realistic’ was released in 2017. https://the-possibility-playground.myshopify.com/collections/books

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    Disclaimer The views, information, or opinions expressed by guests during The Business of Doing Business are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Dwayne Kerrigan and his affiliates. Dwayne Kerrigan or The Business of Doing Business is not responsible for and does not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. Listeners are advised to consult with a qualified professional or specialist before making any decisions based on the content of this podcast.

  • In this episode, join host Dwayne Kerrigan and guest Dr. Greg Wells as they dive deep into the realms of entrepreneurship, personal growth, and the science behind achieving less stress and more success. Dr. Greg Wells is a master in exercise and respiratory physiology, an endurance sports enthusiast, and an adventurer at heart. He forecasts how AI could revolutionize education and automate 'hustle and focus' tasks, allowing for more strategic thinking and creativity. Dr. Greg Wells shares the untapped potential of breathing, movement, and mindset in unlocking true entrepreneurial success.

    At 15, a life-altering injury during a bodysurfing mishap didn't deter Dr. Greg Wells’s determination to return to competitive swimming. Through months of recovery and unwavering support, he not only fully healed but excelled, racing at Olympic Trials and later pursuing degrees in kinesiology.

    Now a scientist and performance physiologist, Dr. Greg Wells explores human potential at the extremes, contributing to ground-breaking research. He serves as a scientist in Translational Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children, which combines his passion for science advocacy and improving children's lives through physical activity.

    With over 60 published papers and $1 million raised for research, Dr. Greg Wells has shared stages with influential figures like Richard Branson and has authored five best-selling books, demystifying science. As CEO of Wells Performance, he has collaborated with global leaders and organizations, aiming to enhance lives both personally and professionally.

    Dr. Greg Wells’s diverse experiences, from hosting the Gemini Award-Winning Superbodies series to continuing endurance sports and expeditions, fuel his mission to inspire others to stretch their boundaries and unlock their full potential.

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  • Entrepreneur Mark Bradley delves deeper into his remarkable journey in the captivating second episode on the Business of Doing Business with Dwayne Kerrigan. He discloses further insights on how the implementation of robust systems, streamlined processes, continuous self-improvement, and an unwavering focus on employees and customers have played a pivotal role in his achievements. Mark articulates his philosophy of insatiable curiosity, actively seeking out experts, openly sharing progress with others, and maintaining a strategic vision. He emphasizes the CEO's responsibility to drive product innovation, establish and prioritize goals, and master the art of efficient time management. The discussion also delves into Mark's transition from the landscape industry to the software business, highlighting the significance of purpose-driven growth and personal development as indispensable elements contributing to business triumph.

    Check out Episode 1 with Mark Bradley at https://youtu.be/jF2Y9Ue3rn4

    Mark Bradley co-founded LMN in 2009 based on his company’s need for landscape software that simply didn’t exist. Now the industry’s best business management software, he credits LMN as a catalyst for helping him scale TBG Landscape from backyard business into one of the Top 100 landscape contractors in North America. Since his first lawn care customer in 1999, Mark has been passionate about educating the industry on best practices for building better businesses.

    Now a sought-after speaker and business coach, he regularly shares his insight at events including GIE+Expo, Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA), the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) and Landscape Ontario Horticultural Trades Association, to name a few. Having recently completed the transition from landscape business owner to tech entrepreneur, Mark is committed to transforming talented landscape professionals into better business owners through industry-leading software and learning opportunities.

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