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Are you a business person, entrepreneur, creative, marketing expert, media guru, social media nerd, or just interested in daily business bits?? No matter what, this is the right podcast for you. Tune in on weekdays for quality business insights from noteworthy professionals around the business world.
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INC60 - Irish Business Podcasts

Inc60 Team & Casters

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Discover practical advice from entrepreneurs & industry experts. Learn everything from hiring a new member of staff, getting your business online to applying for different types of funding. You no longer have to be stuck at a desk to improve your business knowledge, you can learn with our podcasts while driving, running or chilling out by the fire. Sometimes business owners have to be the HR Manager, Sales Executive or IT Guru all rolled into one! Don’t get overwhelmed Inc60 provides Irish B ...
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My Business is Your Business: Podcasts with Louis Feuer on Programs for Building Revenues

Louis Feuer, Nationally known speaker - with a dynamic presentation!

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Louis Feuer, MA, MSW is a nationally known business educator. Dynamic, real and always with great business strategies.From convention presentations, conventions, keynote presentations, to corporate meetings, Louis has built a national reputation for excellent and easy to use business growth strategies. Louis' programs are dedicated to sales, marketing and customer service issues. Louis can educate and motivate in one dynamic session. He wrote the customer service training materials for Ameri ...
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Successful African American business and professional people in Atlanta, GA share stories about their lives and explain how their careers evolved based on the choices they made. Two different podcast series are part of this broadcast. LESSONS from LEADERS allows individuals to talk about their achievements. ABL DUOs interviews two professionals about one topic. All episodes are part of the Atlanta Business League's official 90th anniversary celebration in 2023.
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I'm Lynsey Le Keux and I help people like you start their businesses and sustain motivation to grow them. Here you'll find business advice, entrepreneur interviews and self help hacks from my 12 years of owning multiple businesses in events, hair and beauty, product lines, digital commerce and franchising.
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ActionCOACH Business iTunes Podcasts

ActionCOACH Business Coaching

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ActionCOACH Business Coaching presents Founder and Chairman Brad Sugars sharing the formula for creating success in this series of six ActionCOACH videos. Learn how to overcome resistance and how to create success for you, your relationships, and the fundamentals of being a successful entrepreneur. Visit ActionCOACH.com. Get to know what the ultimate goals of building a business should be and how you can make a business run without you. Go from starting a company to turning your business int ...
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Master feed for shows hosted by Kayo Cosio. Mostly recorded at HoneycombManila Collaborative Studios at DoubleDragon Plaza. PROGRAMS: 1) Let's Coffee: a Yardstick Coffee & Daily Drink Magazine Collaboration. This program aims to talk about big ideas over a small cup of coffee. This first season focuses of individuals and organizations in and around the Philippine coffee industry. 2) DailyDrinkMag's Week in Review: catches you up on what happened on the daily website in the past week. 3) Vari ...
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Today I talk to Mathieu Ackermann, who is one of the shapers at Flathold, the other creative mastermind there being Manuel Hassler, whose name you will hear mentioned in this episode as well. But back to Mathieu. He is a fascinating subject because his shaping at Flathold combines a love for outdoor climbing with some formal art training and educat…
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This is a story about storytellers. Janis Ware has published the Atlanta Voice for 42 years. It's a newspaper written for the African-American audience in Atlanta, GA. But there's more to her life's work. It starts with her father, J. Lowell Ware an immensely talented and hardworking man who honored a deathbed request that changed his life. Lowell …
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This podcast is about two legal warriors who have spent the last 30 years protecting the concepts of equity in the courts, through analysis and by helping municipalities create policies that withstand assault. Rodney Strong and Delmarie Griffin are also a married couple who have come together from very different backgrounds. Delmarie was raised in …
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Today’s guest is John McGowan. I don't even know the single best way to describe John. Entrepreneur, business developer, old school climber but new school visionary, adventurer, all of the above. I will say this: If someone were putting together a list of the most important figures of the climbing gym industry of the past 35 or 40 years, basically …
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This podcast is a 30 minute history lesson. When you listen, you'll hear stories about Black entrepreneurs who lived in 1800s, 1900s and 20th century that will make your jaw drop. That's because William F. Pickard, Ph.D. qualifies to be a part of this series for two reasons. He's a very successful Black business owner with more than 50 years of exp…
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Today's guests are Foxman McCarthy-James and Justin Wright. Foxman is the Head Setter at Alta Climbing & Fitness and Alta Boulders in Arizona, while Justin is the Director of Routesetting at Edgeworks Climbing & Fitness in Washington. Between the two, they have over 25 years of setting experience and even more climbing experience. Together, they co…
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This is an episode about the second generation of an incredible African American family. We describe the topics discussed as generational continuance. Herman Jerome Russell founded his Atlanta based construction company in 1952. He made it one of the largest Black owned companies in the United States and then diversified. He owned a beer distributo…
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Milton Jones, Jr. is one of the most respected business leaders in Atlanta, GA. He has a professional history in finance that spans decades and can trace his family tree back generations in Atlanta. However, there's one characteristic about him that almost everyone knows. Milton's mathematical skills are so formidable that he has a nickname. He's k…
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We are talking industry trade shows today. Specifically, today's guest is Travis Williams, who founded sToKed Climbing with his wife, Kimberly, and more recently founded the Indoor Climbing Expo. More than a trade show, the Expo is a new industry gathering, or festival, that combines routesetting clinics, educational sessions, roundtables, competit…
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The most important thing to know about T. Dallas Smith and Leonte Benton is that they are not quitters. That shared characteristic has allowed them to make history. T. Dallas broke barriers in commercial real estate by becoming the first African American broker in the Atlanta market and possibly the state of Georgia. He started his career, official…
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Kayo Cosio catches up with Illac Diaz of Liter of Light. We spoke to Illac on the podcast a few years ago, and while many of the problems discussed back then jave been addressed, some are still a long time from being resolved and new problems in the fight against climate change have arisen. Join the discussion as the two speak candidly and casually…
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Today’s guest is Dean Privett. He's the founder of Iron City Boulders in Pittsburgh and Blue Swan Boulders in Orlando; he's also the president of Moments Climbing, a European gym chain operating three facilities in Finland. Privett gives his take on some of the ways the U.S. climbing gym industry and the European climbing gym industry are similar a…
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Shirley Clark Franklin is remembered by most people as being the 58th mayor for the City of Atlanta, Georgia. However, she had more than 20 years in various positions of city government that gave her a firm grasp on organizational structure. But her leadership training began much earlier than that. Shirley grew up in Philadelphia, PA. and had uniqu…
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This program is a conversation about what makes a business successful. Louis brings his own experiences and encourages others to evaluate their own shopping habits. This program is for all staff. it is not about sales strategies, but about how to rethink what is the road to business success. This is the first program where Louis moves the conversat…
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In the return of the All Things Creative Podcast, Kayo Cosio grabs a quick drink with Myke Soon of Remy Cointreau Philippines (RCI). Myke is the Brand Manager for RCI in the country, and the two have a casual chat the current status of the brand and where they're making moves in the remainder of the year.Recorded live at Honeycomb Manila's in-house…
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In this episode of the CBJ Podcast, we’re chatting with Jean-Marc de la Plante, who is a business leader in the Canadian climbing gym scene. He owns or co-owns several gyms in Canada under the UPLIFY development banner: three Allez Up gyms (Montreal), two Seven Bays Bouldering gyms (Halifax), two BoulderHouse gyms (Victoria), Up The Bloc (Mississau…
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This is a special edition of Atlanta Business League DUOs. It features interviews from two Herman J. Russell CEO of the Year award recipients and the person conducting both interviews is ABL Chair Emeritus Albert G. Edwards. These three men are powerhouse leaders. Greer is the Co-President of Greenberg Traurig, an international law firm that has mo…
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Today's guest is Stephanie Myr, a climber of almost a decade and a routesetter for just as long. Myr is currently the head setter at Climb Tacoma in Tacoma, Washington. She began her setting career volunteering at the local YMCA before joining the Climb Tacoma staff. In addition to routesetting, Myr also manages the gym and coaches the youth team. …
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Roosevelt Giles could only attend school, as a child, when it rained. Yet, he was such a talented technology person that a Republican billionaire from South Carolina, USA, sought him out and mentored him. As a result, Roosevelt became an incredible international business owner with technical skills that were so impressive that he was a keynote spea…
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Retail plays a key role in most gyms’ day-to-day operations, while also being a visual component of the facility, so today's conversation is all about gym retail: what sales strategies work well, what doesn’t work so well; what sells, what doesn't sell. We speak with Brad Werntz, President of the two Boulders climbing gyms in Madison, Wisconsin, bo…
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When Andrella Kenner was a little girl her mother exposed her to a series of aviation professionals in Nashville, Tennessee airport. That information gave her the foundation necessary to establish an aerospace, information technology and aviation company that operates in three countries and 22 locations. What position did Andrella's mother hold at …
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Today we sit down with Sam Van Boxtel, who runs the popular Climbers Crag channels on Instagram and YouTube and has teamed up with Tom Randall to manage social media profiles for top climbing brands through their Climbers Crag agency. Van Boxtel has been around the block in the climbing gym industry, having worked on the ground in front desk, route…
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Jackson Scott told his parents that he wanted to open a climbing gym, and although there was a lot of hard work along the way, the end result was Crux Climbing, which is operated and co-owned by Scott and his parents. It was a family dream that became a family reality. Scott talks about that process of starting a family-owned gym in this episode. H…
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There are very lucrative industries that aren't considered glamorous. The fast food industry falls in that category for most people, but not for Mack Wilbourn, Jr. He owns an Atlanta, GA based company named Mack II. It has operated for more than 50 years and has allowed Mack to develop extraordinary business partnerships. He is the franchise operat…
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A couple weeks ago, Dr. Eugen Burtscher and Dr. Volker Schöffl (@volkerschoeffl) made headlines when they resigned from their volunteer positions on the IFSC’s Medical Commission. Dr. Burtscher served as the Chair of the Commission, and Dr. Schöffl was a Commission member for more than a decade. Following their resignations, a lengthy post on Dr.…
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Siege Climbing is a competition series set for and by women, non-binary and gender minorities in the community. With us today is Hannah Barker (pronouns she/her), founder of Siege Climbing. Hannah is deep in the competition setting scene, and she works to mentor and uplift other underrepresented people in the industry. We also have Jiarra Chiang he…
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The sale of cars, travel and dealerships has a history in African-American communities that is often ignored or unknown. That's why the story of Gregory and Juanita Baranco is so inspiring. They own two Mercedes Benz car dealerships. One is in one of the ritziest zip codes in Atlanta, Ga and the other is in their home state of Louisiana. In this ep…
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Wade Desai is the Director of Climbing at ASCEND in the Pittsburgh area. As you'll hear, he certainly loves climbing, but he's also passionate about slacklining and accomplished at it too. Since starting at ASCEND in 2017, he's seen slacklining take off as a programming offering and has been helping lead the charge. Could more climbing gyms offer s…
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This is the final episode created for Black Music Month, which is in June. This broadcast completes a trilogy of information about the business side of music as experienced by the professionals who are in the industry. Peabo Bryson is unique in this category because, at the time of his interview, he has been a performer for 58 years. His life story…
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Jackie Pettitt has been coaching for the past 12 years and specializes in climbing movement, technique, and mental toughness training. Over the years, she has helped athletes reach Nationals, Youth Worlds and other championship events. She also mentors head coaches, helping them become great leaders and establish well-rounded programs. In this epis…
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This episode takes a look at what structured business planning looks like at the beginning of a person's career in a creative industry. This is the story of Jacques and Maretta Johnson; mother and son. Jacques, in June 2023, is a 26-year-old musician. He's had a mild degree of success, has opened for internationally known acts and has his own reali…
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Today’s episode features a conversation with attorney Jason Pill. Jason is a longtime climber, and he currently works with the Phelps Dunbar law firm in Tampa, Florida. His main areas of focus tend to be labor and employment law, but he's written articles for CBJ on a wide range of legal topics, including an entire Ask a Lawyer series. In this epis…
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June is Black Music Month in the United States. This episode of LESSONS from LEADERS actually offers a mini-lesson about the music industry from the perspective of a professional who has been able to experience it from two different views. Frank Ski is the professional name of a radio personality who has been entertaining African-American audiences…
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Today's guest is Louie Anderson, a setter who needs no introduction, but we're going to introduce him anyway for the listeners who may be new to routesetting. Louie has been heavily involved in the U.S. setting industry since its beginning. Setting since 1987, Louie is also a route developer, a hold shaper, and he owns the Ten Sleep Rock Ranch in W…
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Friendship and respect, in a challenging academic setting, helped mold two women into history making captains of industries. Before Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice became President and Dean of Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA she studied chemical engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. That's where she met Wonya Lucas, another chem-E…
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Science and business are not two topics that ordinarily operate in sync. But this episode of LESSONS from LEADERS focuses on the achievements of an extraordinary man. Lonnie Johnson's name might jog something in your memory that makes you smile. That's because he's the acknowledged inventor of the Super Soaker a powerful water gun that, at one time…
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Dave Hudson has been involved in climbing business for a long time, specifically on the youth coaching and organizational and competition judging sides of things, and his involvement in all that actually predates much of the youth comp climbing scene we know today. Hudson’s currently the youth manager at First Ascent; he's also the head coach there…
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This is a story about friendship. Ryan Wilson and T.K. Petersen met each other in college. However, learning about their lives before they shared a dorm room on the campus of Georgetown University really helps more people understand why Variety Magazine, INC., Wired, USA TODAY, Bloomberg, Black Enterprise, The Guardian, The Root, All the Fly Kids, …
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In this episode we sit down with routesetter and wildlife biologist Sierra McMurry. They experience obstacles every routesetter experiences, such as navigating fair pay and equitable workloads, but they also navigate obstacles that others might not, like how they take up space as a queer setter and communicate about sensitive topics with colleagues…
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This is the story about how a brilliant builder used the life gifts of a stable family upbringing, good education, and both cultural and business mentorship to do more than just benefit himself. Egbert Perry L. J. Perry is the dynamic and articulate chair and president of the Integral Group, LLC. It's described as an Atlanta, GA based real estate d…
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This episode of ABL DUOs actually aired during one of the Atlanta Business League's signature events, the Super Tuesday conference, in 2021. The event is the largest gathering of Black business and professionals in the United States. It is an all day conference that has several segments and this Q&A session ran as a 45 minute broadcast. The two wom…
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It's almost hard to label Garrett because he has done so much. He's been a coach at Team ABC. He's been a routesetter for gyms and for international competitions. He was one of the setters at the Tokyo Olympics, and so he's become this wealth of experience and wisdom as it pertains to, not only the evolution of routesetting, but also just the evolu…
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Karen I. Duckett founded , one of Atlanta’s most respected architecture, planning and interior design firms in the metro area, Duckett Design Group. Her company has executed projects totaling more than $1.8 billion in construction costs creating 3 million square feet of space. She was the joint venture partner for the design of the Hartsfield-Jacks…
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Atlanta Business League Duos interviews two African American professionals from Atlanta, GA about one topic. This episode for the series talks to Daryll Harris Griffin and her son, Michael Griffin, Jr. Their story as Black business entrepreneurs starts with Daryll's grandfather, J.E. Jordan, born in 1888. This podcast introduces Jordan's accomplish…
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Thomas W. Dortch, Jr. spends 30 minutes explaining how his leadership as a student at a Georgia HBCU launched his career into politics. His political experiences ultimately helped him become a successful businessman. Dortch also provides an unique perspective on how his life was impacted by the municipal power dynamics shaped through race relations…
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In this episode of ABL DUOs husband and wife, Dave and Karla Moody talk about topics you don't normally hear on a program about African American business ownership. Dave owns a construction company, based in Atlanta, GA, that has generated $3 billion in projects. He bluntly explains the obstacles he and his wife faced when they started his firm out…
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Recorded in front of a live audience at BGC Coffee Festival in Manila, Philippines on September 11, 2022. Kiddo Cosio of El Union Coffee, Tere Domine of Kalsada (also interim chairperson of the Philippine Coffee Guild), and Raphael Dela Cruz of Curve Coffee Collaborators join www.dailydrinkmag.com's Editor In Chief, Kayo Cosio to discuss the curren…
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The 7 tips identified in this episode focus on how to carefully plan your sales day. Every day goes quickly for busy sales people but Louis addresses what you need to consider as you plan for a productive and profitable day. Learn the difference between two major types of calls and how to insure your schedule allows you to handle roadblocks that ma…
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The mind of the buyer is complex. So many thoughts to deal with before making the final buying decision. This short 7 minute program gives you a glimpse into what the buyer or purchaser may be thinking before handing you over cash or their credit card. The 6 steps outlined will help you gain patience with the potential customer as they make a purch…
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When all seems to go well, you are often surprised by the customer wanting to return what they purchased. This may be your first program address the all important return policy for your business. The ten points addressed will provide you some key aspects of a return policy that may work for your store or business. Review the content of this episode…
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